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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 August 2016

* Drive.ai Solves Autonomous Cars’ Communication Problem >>
* ‘Hibernating’ Astronauts May Be Key to Mars Colonization >>
* What That ‘Strong Signal’ From a Nearby Sunlike Star Really Means >>

* Engineering Will Soon Be ‘More Parenting Than Programming’ >>
* Mark Zuckerberg meets Pope Francis, gives him a drone >>
* Mystery radio signal may be from distant star system — or a military transmitter >>

* Look Out Walmart, Amazon’s VR Shopping Experience May Be On Its Way >>
* “Life’s Cosmic Catalyst” –Meteorites Delivered the Backbone of DNA to Earth >>
* Becoming four times more productive at work #gsummit >>
* Graphene Enables Next Step Towards the Age of “Valleytronics” >>

* Interstellar Starshot Project Update >>
* Battery developers should emulate semiconductor technology roadmap >>
* Centimeter-Level GPS Positioning For Cars >>

* China forms $7.5 billion commercial jet engine company >>
* The Surprising Story of the First Microprocessors >>
* Online simulator lets you explore the workings of a simple microprocessor >>

* Features and marginal cost in the digital age >>
* Follow up on HD164595 signal >>
* Moon Express to mine hydroxyl from the moon and provide it to fuel orbital and other space missions >>

* Capture proof is the winner of the Singularity University Health Grand Challenge 2016 #gsummit >>
* Harvest is the winner of the 2016 Singularity University Food Grand Challenge Prize #gsummit >>
* Environment – SU Global Grand Challenge winner #gsummit >>

* How We’ll Get Our First Big Clue About Life on Proxima b >>
* SpaceX Is Finally Sending a Used Rocket Back Into Space >>

* Astronauts Finally Tested Their Alien Detecting DNA Sequencer in Space >>
* Missing Milky Way mass blown away by bingeing supermassive black hole >>
* Uc Berkeley Is Investigating How To Design Robots That Can Learn Human Values >>

* Google said to undercut Uber with expanded ride-share service in San Francisco >>
* Riding an electric longboard to work just got even better >>
* DARPA sees IoT and AI as weapons to dominate wars >>

* The Anthropocene: We’ve Begun a New Era, and It’s Not Looking Good >>
* The new Google+ is coming for all users soon >>
* PlayStation Now Is Available On Windows PC >>

* MIT makes pesticide safer by making it sticky >>
* Intel’s 7th generation Core CPUs will devour 4K video >>
* There’s a new $7 Android smartphone in India but.. >>

* Kim Dotcom will be allowed to stream his extradition appeal >>
* What Robots Can Learn from Babies >>
* NASA uses a DNA sequencer in space for the first time >>

* LG delivers three new super-sized ultrawide monitors >>
* Mystery ‘alien’ signals did NOT come from ET: New observations by ‘Breakthrough Listen’ suggest they’re something else entirely >>
* Apple prepares to kill off the headphone socket: Firm to unveil wireless ‘airpods’ alongside iPhone 7 next week >>

* The mysterious ‘age-defying’ star deep in the Milky Way: Baffled astronomers say celestial body shows signs of being young AND old >>
* Dogs May Understand More Than We Thought >>
* Dogs process language like us and can tell when we praise them >>

* Superbug Resistant to 2 Last-Resort Antibiotics Found in U.S. for First Time >>
* Russia reveals world’s first test of radical pulse-detonation ‘super-rocket’ >>
* Mark Zuckerberg to reveal personal home control AI butler next month – and admits his wife DOESN’T have access to it >>

* Far out: Most distant galaxy cluster discovered 11.1 billion light years >>
* How Virtual Reality Could Change Computers As You Know Them >>
* Chemotherapy warning as hundreds die from cancer fighting drugs >>

* Drone captures stunning view of Uluru >>
* Berkeley SETI Challenges Yesterday’s Reports of a “Strong Extraterrestrial Signal from the Constellation Hercules” >>
* The Verge fall movie preview: from Snowden to Star Wars >>

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