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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 November 2016

* This portable projector becomes a monitor for your smartphone >>
* These Are the First Color Images Ever Produced By an Electron Microscope >>
* China Launches Heavy-Lift Long March 5 Rocket for 1st Time >>

* Device Lets Cancer Patients Assist in Their Own Breast Reconstruction, at Home >>
* U.S. backs research into smart shirts for emergency responders >>
* Ukraine’s military wants HoloLens helmets for its tank commanders >>

* Ford ‘last mile’ concepts include a rolling cargo pad and a folding e-trike >>
* NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover Laser-Probes a Strange Meteorite >>

* Nasa’s New Asteroid Alert System Gives 5 Whole Days Of Warning >>
* What if the curves were going the other way? >>
* Silicon Valley Airbus wants to create VTOL prototype by 2017 with commercialization by 2020 and eventual volumes 100 times more than helicopters >>

* NASA: World’s Largest Space Telescope Ready for Launch –“Can See a Bumblebee on the Moon” >>
* TedX talk making the case for orbital space colonization >>
* ‘Nanobionic’ spinach plants detect explosives, pollution, drought >>

* No, the Experts Don’t Think Superintelligent AI is a Threat to Humanity >>
* Yes, We Are Worried About the Existential Risk of Artificial Intelligence >>

* Boeing shows new concept for next generation US Air Force Fighter >>
* US Army’s chief futurist says Russia will have surpassed the US in 3 key combat areas, reached parity in 6 and will behind in only one by 2030 >>
* High-Speed Electronic Pump Mimics Neural Signaling >>

* Printable Electronics That Self Heal Before Your Eyes http://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/semiconductors/materials/printable-electronics-that-self-heal-before-your-eyes >>
* Nickel-78 is a ‘doubly magic’ isotope which means it would be far more stable if synthesized >>
* 3D-printed permanent magnets outperform conventional versions and enables batteries with complex shapes >>

* The Arctic Is Having a Very Bad Time >>
* After 20 Years, Nasa Finally Finished Building The James Webb Space Telescope >>
* Funerals Are Going High-Tech Thanks to the Former Head of Epcot >>

* The Ebola Virus Mutated Into a Deadlier Form During the West African Epidemic >>
* A Naked Black Hole Is Screaming Through the Universe >>

* Napflix Is a Netflix for People Who Need to Go to Sleep, Like, Right Now >>
* Netflix Might Finally Add Offline Playback—But Not For You >>
* Inside Intel’s race to build a new reality >>

* Intel chases sports viewing in VR with acquisition of Voke >>
* Scientists set traps for atoms with single-particle precision >>

* Cell culture chip could replace some animal tests >>
* Supercomputer peeks into cell to observe proteins >>
* Space agency reveals mock-up of a robot that will lasso an asteroid in 2021 and place it in orbit around the moon >>

* Total recall: Search engine remembers EVERYTHING you have ever looked >>

* Record quarter of a million babies have been born in the UK through IV >>
* Could your TOASTER help you find love? Smart home devices may match you to the perfect person by 2026 >>
* New Alzheimer’s Drug Clears Milestone in Human Clinical Trial >>

* A Self-Healing Wearable Device >>
* Supersized! November supermoon will be biggest in nearly 70 years >>

* BA to offer ‘fastest’ Wi-Fi in the sky – and Netflix – on all short-haul flights >>
* perfect wireless speaker for people who live in apartments >>
* Facebook’s plan to break into the workplace is already used by 1,000 businesses >>

* Movidius to Push AI at Edge of Network >>
* Technique reveals the basis for machine-learning systems’ decisions >>
* Dell hints at its take on a Surface Studio-like creative PC >>

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