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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 February 2017

* NASA rocket will form artificial clouds in space >>
* What is happening with the Oroville Dam spillway? >>
* Scientists spotted a supernova just hours after it exploded >>

* Announcing The 2017 World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies >>
* How Chinese Internet Giant Baidu Uses AI And Machine Learning >>
* “The Relentless Pace of Automation” >>

* Liquid battery could last for over 10 years >>
* Microsoft Now Lets You Film Mixed Reality With HoloLens Hack >>

* Physicists Teach AI to Identify Exotic States of Matter >>
* Apple joins Wireless Power Consortium, charging up iPhone 8 rumor >>
* Robo-Telescopes Capture the Last Gasp of a Dying Star >>

* MEGADRONE big enough to carry a passenger could be flying around Dubai in July >>
* Mutant mice are able to RESIST the lure of cocaine >>
* Camera could snap pics in your carotid arteries >>

* Virtual reality weather add-ons let you feel the sun and wind >>
* Scientists make huge dataset of nearby stars available to public >>
* Keep track of your favorite places and share them with friends >>

* Rio’s Olympic Venues Look Like Hell Just Six Months After the Games >>
* Anti-aging Drugs: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice (Drug Discovery) >>
* Verizon Brings Back Unlimited Data Plans For $80 a Month >>

* Making single-cell RNA sequencing widely available >>
* Elon Musk reiterates the need for brain-computer interfaces in the age of AI >>
* TheTake launches AI image recognition engine for businesses >>

* Data Centers Without Borders: Hybrid Cloud And New Intelligence Transform The Modern Enterprise >>
* Unclogging The Branch And Call Center Traffic Jam >>

* Timing when you get pregnant could prevent a miscarriage >>
* Elon Musk Mars Goal: Is Musk’s Human Colony Mars Plan Back On Track? >>
* Elon Musk doubles down on universal basic income: ‘It’s going to be necessary’ >>

* What It Takes For The International Space Station To Stream Video To The Internet >>
* YouTube Kids gets its own original shows >>
* The Science of Popularity Shows Why Hit-Making Is So Hit-and-Miss >>

* Nobody Is Moving, Especially Millennials (nymag.com) >>
* If You’re Not Paying Attention to Korean Pop Music, You Should Be >>
* Intel now supports Vulkan on Windows 10 PCs >>

* Science in the Age of Alternative Facts >>
* NASA picks three potential drill sites for Mars 2020 >>
* LIGO’s Gravitational Waves May Point to a Universe Beyond –“One Might Exist Alongside Our Own” >>

* Classic marijuana sales are tumbling as a new way of getting high takes over >>
* ‘Extraordinary’ levels of toxic pollution from chemicals banned in the 1970s are found in the world’s deepest ocean trenches >>

* Nanoelectrode Array Sees Signals From Inside a Network of Cells >>
* Tallest US dam has a damaged spillway which causes the evacuation of about 188000 people >>
* Planet Formation May Rely on Dusty ‘Traffic Jam’ In Early Star System >>

* National security council turmoil >>
* ‘Science Under Threat’ In US – An Astrobiologist’s Take | Video >>
* Solar Cycle’s Ups and Downs Witnessed by Spacecraft For 7 Years – Time-Lapse Video >>

* Cloud Swirls around Southern Jupiter from Juno >>
* NASA Report on Europa Lander >>
* Controversial Satellite Messaging Startup Higher Ground Cleared For Take-Off >>

* Drone Footage Shows New Destruction at the Syrian World Heritage Site of Palmyra >>
* There’s finally a way to prove HoloLens is as cool as you say it is >>
* Volkswagen and Mobileye team to help autonomous cars ‘see’ via crowdsourcing >>

* The Enormous Bird That Can Ride the Wind for 10,000 Miles >>
* McGovern Institute awards 2017 Scolnick Prize to Catherine Dulac >>
* Razer Blade updated with 4K screen and Kaby Lake CPUs >>

* What You Can Learn From The World’s Most Innovative Companies Of 2017 >>
* 10 Glimpses Of The Future >>
* Updates From Our Most Innovative Companies: Moleskine, Target, And More >>
* These 6 Chinese Tech Giants Are Ramping Up The Pace Of Innovation For The World >>

* Researchers release a big dataset to help crowdsource the search for exoplanets >>
* Human Brain’s Biological Algorithm Mirrors the Internet –“May Not Be a Coincidence” (VIDEO) >>
* Scientists create a self-destructing material that can obliterate a phone in 10 SECONDS >>

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