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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 December 2016

* French town just installed the world’s first ‘solar road’ >>
* Check Out NASA’s Asteroid-Catching Robot Arms >>
* Watch the giant MEGABOT pick up a car >>

* Elon Musk says Tesla’s vision neural net for Autopilot is “now working well” >>
* Bootstrapping space industry and a solar system wide civilization with Robots and 3D printing >>
* Google’s Free Wi-Fi in India Now Live in 100 Railway Stations; 15,000 New Users Connect to Web Everyday >>

* Trump says US must ‘expand its nuclear capability’ until ‘the world comes to its senses’ >>
* What’s standing between Donald Trump and nuclear war? >>
* How a Pandemic Might Play Out Under Trump >>
* Trump’s Newest Adviser Wants To Mine The Moon >>

* Encrypted messaging app Signal uses Google to bypass censorship >>
* In Cancer Fight, Artificial Intelligence Is A Smart Move For Everyone >>
* Google Knows Where You Live, And What Shoes You Want >>

* Uber just stopped its self-driving car service in San Francisco. Here’s what you need to know. >>
* A supervolcano that caused one of the biggest eruptions ever has started to wake up >>
* New drug possible breakthrough against progressive multiple sclerosis >>

* Precision Cancer Trials Are Booming Despite Skeptics Who Doubt Their Value >>
* Waymo enters formal talks with Honda to collaborate on self-driving >>

* Meet Tiny, the smallest snowman in the world: Researchers reveal miniscule silica figure just 3 microns tall >>
* iPhone 8 revealed: Leak shows new high end iPhone 8 will be launched alongside 7s and 7s Plus >>

* Trillions of bugs are buzzing over our heads, study finds >>
* Full Course of Antibiotics Is Best for Infant Ear Infections, Study Finds >>
* Laser-Based Propulsion System Could Get Us to Mars in Record Time—Just Three Days >>

* Faraday Future could be out of business by February >>
* Job recruiters may be swayed by signs of our sexuality revealed in our faces >>
* Tesla Updates Autopilot So It Can’t Break The Speed Limit: Report >>

* Virtual reality is new career path for actors >>
* With Netflix and live TV combined, Sling’s AirTV could be a cable killer >>
* Netflix January 2017: Here’s What’s Coming To, And Leaving, Netflix In January >>

* Eliezer Yudkowsky on Politics – Part 2 >>
* The 17 tech companies that lobby the government the most >>
* Serious Yoga Injuries Are Rare, But on the Rise >>

* Race for AI Chips Begins >>
* Encryption App ‘Signal’ Fights Censorship With a Clever Workaround >>
* Semantic Machines hopes to best Google in the conversational AI game >>

* Neurable nets $2 million to build brain-controlled software for AR and VR >>
* Artificial intelligence is going to make it easier than ever to fake images and video >>
* Are Stationary Bikes that Generate Electricity Making a Comeback? >>

* Simplify Sensor Connections with Modular IoT Software >>
* Friedwardt Winterberg believes gravitational wave background noise is masking gravitational waves >>
* New Technologies Extend Wireless Sensing Range >>

* A Chip to Protect the Internet of Things >>
* China’s military leaders talk up plans for the H-20 strategic bomber >>
* Pregnancy is brain structure mind altering for at least two years >>

* Inexact computing can improve quality of supercomputing answers by 1,000 times >>
* Intriguing New Details About Rey’ Training in Star Wars: Episode VIII >>
* A Brief Economic History of Time >>

* The Year in Pictures 2016 view-source: >>
* Amazon Hires Former Tribeca Director To Work On VR Content >>

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