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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 January 2017

* A major tech company wants to put a robot in your house next year >>
* Heat-activated penile implant might restore sexual function in men with ED >>
* Sky’s the limit as Amazon files patent for flying warehouse >>

* The Attention Merchants: The Epic Scramble to Get Inside Our Heads >>
* Graphene Enables Spin Filtering at Room Temperatures for First Time >>
* Autonomous Brakes May Have Stopped Berlin Truck Attacker from Killing More >>

* Cars, robots expected to star at CES 2017 >>
* CES 2017 preview with Gary Shapiro >>
* Space Colonies Will Start Out Like the Wild West, Grow Family-Friendly >>

* VR headsets will soon lose the cords. Why that’s a problem >>
* VR add-on claims to make both Oculus and Vive headsets wireless >>
* Bill and Melinda Gates back an implant that could prevent HIV >>

* LG’s next robots include an Echo-like assistant >>
* 2017 Could Be The Year When Brains Connect Without Speaking A Word >>

* The Signals Are Talking: Why Today’s Fringe Is Tomorrow’s Mainstream >>
* Street view skydive world >>

* 2017 will be a strong year for venture capital >>
* Forget 2017 predictions – What have we learned in 2016? >>
* How Amazon, Google, and Facebook Will Bring Down Telcos >>

* The Rbotic Grocery Store of the Future Is Here >>
* Towards roll to roll graphene production >>
* MRI breakthroughs include ultra-sensitive MRI magnetic field sensing, more-sensitive monitoring without chemical or radioactive labels >>

* Avatar-style robot takes first steps >>
* Microsoft thinks AR could help you find your lost keys >>
* Windows 10 “Game Mode” Will Boost Performance of PC Games >>

* Foxconn heading to nearly fully automated factories >>
* 2017: The Year of Self-Driving Cars and Trucks >>
* Interactive: Future Hydroelectrics >>

* 2017 Is the Make-or-Break Year for Tesla’s Gigafactory >>
* Autonomous Air Taxis Will Take Off in 2017, but Won’t Go Far >>
* Intel Finds Moore’s Law’s Next Step at 10 Nanometers >>

* Fold-Up Smartphone Screens Could Finally Make Their Big Debut >>
* Verizon and AT&T Prepare to Bring 5G to Market >>
* When your phone uses you >>

* Spacex shows a Falcon Heavy at the Rocket Factory >>
* Predictions of human intelligence possible from DNA alone as we near effective embryo selection and gene editing of humans >>
* Top tech 2017 >>

* Hi-Def Video of Earth From Space Is So Beautiful You’ll Want to Punch Yourself in the Face >>
* New Cancer Therapy Shows Promise in Treating Aggressive Brain Tumors >>
* 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2016: Where Are They Now? >>

* This Domino Brick Laying Technique Is The Most Satisfying Thing You’ll Watch Today >>
* Microsoft Might Finally Kill Automatic Windows 10 Updates >>
* 60 Video Game Predictions For 2017 >>

* Singularity University focuses on tech transforming society >>
* China’s Deep Dive! Unmanned Submersibles Reach the Hadal Zone –“Deeper Than Mount Everest, Preview of Jupiter’s Ocean-Moon Europa” >>
* Magnetic-Field ‘Avalanches’ May Explain ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star >>

* Expect Deeper and Cheaper Machine Learning >>
* Facebook’s Face Recognition Tech Goes on Trial >>
* Franka: A Robot Arm That’s Safe, Low Cost, and Can Replicate Itself >>

* A Parallel Air Traffic Control System Will Let Delivery Drones Fly Safely >>
* Completely Artificial Hearts: Coming to a Chest Cavity Near You >>
* After Mastering Singapore’s Streets, NuTonomy’s Robo-taxis Are Poised to Take on New Cities >>

* Why connecting all the world’s robots will drive 2017’s top technology trends >>
* National Interest analysis is that Advanced Super Hornet could perform 80% of F-35 missions >>
* Cooling by radiating heat into space >>

* China launched spacecraft to use and develop millisecond pulsar navigation >>
* Will We Ever Invent A Teleportation Device? >>
* Your Crappy American Diet Might Leave Your Gut Bacteria Stunted >>

* Machine Intelligence Made America Great Again In 1982 >>
* The Very Human Problem Blocking the Path to Self-Driving Cars >>
* Reverse-engineering the universal translator >>

* This Was the Year That Was – in Google Searches >>
* CES 2017: From new smart TVs to sleep tech, here’s what to expect >>
* Smart Electricity Meters Can Be Dangerously Insecure, Warns Expert >>

* Everything You Need to Know About Gene Therapy’s Most Promising Year >>
* Lucasfilm Creates A 4K Ultra-HD Restoration of the Original ‘Star Wars’ >>
* President-elect Trump: It’s time for the art of the new deal >>

* Techcrunch-2016-year-in-review >>
* The Motor Vehicle in 1917; The Age of Holes in 1867 >>
* Battery Storage Poised to Expand Rapidly >>

* You CAN think your way out of a broken heart >>
* DARPA’s autonomous flight program steps closer to reality after successful tests with ‘robot pilot’ in planes and a helicopter >>

* Researchers unveil lie-detecting robot kiosks that could help airports spot possible terrorists >>
* Amazon wants to protect its drones from ARROWS >>
* Device can detect 17 diseases by our breath >>

* Self-driving cars could reduce organ donations >>
* NASA may build ice homes on Mars to protect astronauts >>
* The 10 best TV shows of 2016, ranked >>

* 10 Years Out: Predictions for 2027 >>
* NASA’S FAVORITE PHOTOS OF 2016 >>
* NASA Looking Forward To 2017 | Highlight Video >>

* Short Film Brilliantly Edits Together Scenes From 53 Movies to Show People Trying to Kill Bruce Willis >>
* Hollywood Legend Debbie Reynolds Dies One Day After Her Daughter Carrie Fisher >>
* Star Wars: Episode IV Sped Up Every Time a Laser Is Shot Makes the Movie Less Than 90 Seconds >>

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