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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 December 2016

* Watch Tesla’s Autopilot system help avoid a crash with superhuman sight >>
* Scientists track gene parts controlling the embryo’s early growth >>
* Deep Learning AI Listens to Machines For Signs of Trouble >>

* HRL confirmed lightest material as world record and it is 100 times lighter than Styrofoam >>
* A Promising Spot for Life on Mars >>

* If a Self-Driving Car Kills a Pedestrian, Who Is at Fault? >>
* Augmented Reality Apps That Help You Explore The World >>
* Apple leaps into AI research with improved simulated + unsupervised learning >>

* Orbital Determination for Proxima Centauri >>
* China’s New Year’s Resolution –“Far Side of the Moon by 2018, Mars 2020, Search for Extraterrestrial Life” >>
* Why the Latest AI Wave Will Gain Momentum in the Coming Year >>
* $160 billion hedge fund wants Artificial intelligence software to make 75% of all management decisions by 2022 >>

* Oligodendrocyte progenitor cells repair damaged spine in humans in clinical trial in a breakthrough for regenerative medicine >>
* Samsung’s New Beauty Products Are Very Judgmental >>
* America Sold $40 Billion Worth of Weapons to Other Countries Last Year >>

* South Korea makes 13 foot tall humanoid manned mech >>
* Your brain on alcohol: Experts reveal what REALLY happens when you get drunk >>
* Jerry Pournelle talks about China’s orbital tests of the EMDrive as a bigger than Sputnik moment >>

* How blockchain can create the world’s biggest supercomputer >>
* The World Reacts to Carrie Fisher’s Death >>

* The Mysterious Virus That Could Cause Obesity >>
* MIT Researchers Measure the Quantum Universe –“From the Planck Scale to Life” >>
* Apple’s first AI paper focuses on creating ‘superrealistic’ image recognition >>

* Taiwan Semiconductor says 10 nanometer chips are on schedule for first quarter of 2017, 7 nm also in 2017, 5nm in 2019 and 3nm around 2022 >>
* Construction Site Domino Bricks Magically Topple in Both Directions >>
* Megacities Will Gobble Up the Best Farmland, Leaving Humans Hungry >>

* Dutch Fertility Clinic May Have Mixed Up Sperm For Dozens of Couples >>
* Five Trailblazing Inventions That Uncovered The Ocean’s Deepest Mysteries >>
* LG Tone Studio wearable speaker provides a personal surround sound experience >>

* Samsung is bringing an Amazon Echo compatible robot vacuum to CES >>
* Ford’s new self-driving Fusion almost looks like a regular car >>
* Sylvania smart light bulb talks to Siri without a hub >>

* China finishing first domestic CV-17 aircraft carrier and preparing catapults for next CV-18 carrier >>
* China has test flight of an improved FC-31 Gyrfalcon stealth fighter >>

* Oculus acquires eye-tracking startup The Eye Tribe >>
* Deep learning could predict car trouble before you notice it >>
* Gene mutation leaves 1% of hearts ‘primed to fail’ >>

* Scientists develop a virtual breathalyser that can fit to smartwatches and phones >>
* Is this drug a new way to prevent heart attacks? >>
* Scientists to start sending messages into universe in hopes of getting a reply from aliens >>

* World’s smallest diamonds used to make wires 3 atoms wide >>
* Here’s What People Ate 780,000 Years Ago >>
* Scientists Catch Slimes Learning, Even Though They Have 0 Neurons >>

* Alzheimer’s Falls More Heavily on Women than on Men >>
* Is this why you take fewer risks as you get older? Levels of a feel-good brain chemical diminish over the years >>
* The reflective glasses that could make criminals ‘invisible’ to security cameras >>

* Why Haven’t We Invented A Sunscreen Pill? >>

* ‘Rogue One’ Visual Effects Guru Defends Using Technology To Bring Back Dead Actor >>
* Remembering Carrie Fisher, Princess of Star Wars and Hollywood >>
* Carrie Fisher In ‘star Wars’: Film’s Producers Confirm That The Late Actress Will Not Appear In Episode Ix? >>

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