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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 November 2016

* Google’s Project Soli mobile radar input tech can now identify objects >>
* Researchers Repair Brain Damage in Mice With Stem Cell Transplants >>
* Dark energy could force the universe to gradually unzip itself >>

* New Implant Safely Records Activity from Individual Neurons >>
* Facebook Achieves 20Gbps Data Rate Over MMW Radio Spectrum >>

* YouTube’s new VR app lands on Google Daydream first >>
* Windows 10 Build 14965 shows a virtual touchpad that could replace the mouse >>

* Compressing and regularizing deep neural networks >>
* Artificial-intelligence system surfs web to improve its performance >>
* Over-the-Air Antennas Making a Comeback >>

* This USB Stick Performs an HIV Test >>
* iPhone Bug Can Force Phones to Repeatedly Call 911 >>
* Take a Ride Through Any Place on Earth With This Street View Animator >>

* Wanted: Smart Public Policy for Internet of Things Security >>
* Brain and Spine Implants Let a Paralyzed Monkey Walk Again >>

* Semiconductor-free microelectronics are now possible, thanks to metamaterials >>
* The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Cybernetics >>
* Wireless brain-spinal interface bypasses spinal cord injuries to restore leg movement in primates >>

* Proposed Theory of Emergent Gravity to explain why Dark Matter is not needed >>
* Swarming drones made large technological step this week but what it was will be secret for a few months >>

* Tesla Plans Gigafactory 2 in Europe next year and will boost factory automation and ramp up production for Model 3 >>
* China Just Showed Off Its Next Generation Of Mega-planes >>
* The Power Of Sunlight Can Pull Clean Drinking Water From Thin Air >>

* Google’s Daydream: The $79 headset that could bring VR to the masses – if the apps can catch up >>
* Physics Doesn’t Care Who Was Elected President >>
* Trick flowers show how moth brains mix senses >>

* Hundreds more species than we thought might be endangered >>
* Netflix subscribers watch a whopping 12 days more Netflix per year than they did in 2011 >>
* EcoAlert: Deep-Earth Climate Change –“The Carbon Cycle at the Molecular Level” >>

* Is Facebook to Blame? >>
* Facebook on its Fake News Problem: ‘There’s So Much More We Need To Do’ >>
* ‘Let’s Go Work Even Harder’: Mark Zuckerberg Responds to Election >>
* Donald Trump Won Because of Facebook >>
* How Facebook Helped Donald Trump Become President >>

* Trump has a two pager on his plans for his first 100 days >>
* Trump promises to bring back manufacturing jobs, but robots won’t let him >>
* Trump Picks Top Climate Skeptic to Lead EPA Transition >>

* Tech CEOs Respond Like a Bunch of Helpless Robots to Trump’s Election >>
* What President Trump Means for NASA >>
* FAA Declares No-Fly Zone Above Trump Tower >>

* What Will Trump’s Presidency Mean for Our Future in Space? >>
* Trump wants to halt healthcare for 20 million poor US citizens >>
* President Trump’s defence deals may spark a nuclear arms race >>

* Trump’s Victory and the Neuroscience of Rage >>
* Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’ >>
* Abortion could be made illegal in parts of Trump’s America >>

* Could Trump Simply Withdraw U.S. from Paris Climate Agreement? >>
* Five Ways Trump’s Win Can Change Medicine and Science >>
* Donald Trump’s Victory Could Mean Disaster for the Planet >>

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