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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 March 2017

* World’s first robot-operated 3D printing factory is the future of manufacturing >>
* Solar-Powered Graphene Skin Enables Prosthetics to Feel >>
* Spacex Attempting Launch Of 1st Orbit Class Recycled Rocket March 30 – Watch Live >>

* Scientists Discover Way To Transmit Taste of Lemonade Over Internet >>
* Architectural Design for 99.99% of a space elevator but does not solve for main problem of the tether >>
* Artificial Intelligence Will Make Its Mark Within Next 3 Years >>

* Intel Now Packs 100 Million Transistors in Each Square Millimeter >>
* Elon Musk’s Billion-dollar Crusade To Stop The A.I. Apocalypse >>
* Baidu’s Plan for Artificial Intelligence without Andrew Ng >>

* The Future of TV 2017: Thinking outside the box about how we consume video >>
* Apple’s $5 billion campus opens next month — here’s what it looks like now >>

* Electronic License Plates for Drones >>
* Technology for upgrading slums and lowering the cost of housing by 30% >>
* China could triple space science spending and has several startup rocket companies as well >>

* Ford taps BlackBerry talent to double its in-house mobile engineering team >>
* Supercomputers Are Stocking Next Generation Drug Pipelines >>
* Google is destroying Apple in the app game — except where it counts >>

* Prospects for life in solar system are good as amino acids and water ice seem ubiquitous in asteroid belt and nearing a dozen subsurface liquid ocean worlds >>
* Blue Origin rocket company owner now world’s second richest person >>
* IEEE Initiative Aims to Advance Ethical Design of AI and Autonomous Systems >>

* The Future According To ‘Wired’ Editor Kevin Kelly >>
* At Disrupt NY, hear top investors talk about what to expect in 2017 and beyond >>
* AI And Automation By The Numbers: Predictions, Perceptions, And Proposals >>

* Cannabis breakthrough as researchers discover the genes that will let them control flavours >>
* Scientists Grow ‘Super-Potatoes’ In Extreme Mars-like Conditions >>
* A faster single-pixel camera >>

* ‘Rock Band VR’ is the dorkiest game ever and I love it >>
* Microsoft is ramping up Windows Mixed Reality marketing, sales efforts >>
* How The Face-To-Face World Of Piano Tuition Has Gone Virtual >>

* Encryption Won’t Stop Your Internet Provider From Spying on You >>
* Will VPNs Protect Your Privacy? It’s Complicated >>
* The World’s Biggest Porn Site Goes All-In on Encryption >>

* A copper oxide solar cells on top of regular silicon solar cells cold boost energy conversion up to 40% from 25% today >>
* NASA to Forever Change the Way Astronauts Communicate Using Advanced Laser Communications >>
* The ‘Star Trek’ Holodeck: From Science Fiction to a New Reality >>

* The Futuristic Pain-killing Bandage >>
* The Dairy Of The Future Is A Sustainable Closed Loop Powered By Cow Poop >>
* Australia Hit by Real Life Sharknado >>

* How Google Translate is making learning English fun in Israel >>
* Smart Flip-Flops Keep Brand, Buyers Connected >>

* Motion-tracking projector puts a laser show on moving faces >>
* Neuroplasticity Allows You To Harness Your Emotions To Change Your Behavior >>
* Tiny human liver-on-a-chip could help put an end to animal drug testing >>

* SpaceX prepares to launch a used rocket into space in what could be a ‘revolutionary’ moment for humankind >>
* Those who believe in soulmates make no effort to improve chemistry in the bedroom, study finds >>
* Samsung unveils mesh router to rival eero >>

* Game of Thrones season 7: the first trailer is here >>
* ‘Artificial Sun’ is 10,000 times more intense than natural sunlight — Germany just turned it on >>
* These $50 sensors are a useful, non-invasive way to keep your home safe >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2017

* This building hanging from an asteroid is absurd—but let’s take it seriously for a second >>
* Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Hands-on Review: A First Look >>
* Japanese Man Is First to Receive ‘Reprogrammed’ Stem Cells from Another Person >>

* Magic Leap may release $1,000 ‘light-field’ smart glasses this year >>
* Amazon now delivers groceries straight to your trunk >>

* Adidas is launching biodegradable shoes that can be dissolved in 36 hours >>
* ‘Groundbreaking’ technology enables quadriplegic man to move his limbs >>

* Take A Peek Inside Blue Origin’s New Shepard Crew Capsule >>
* Nanostructures Move From Water Purification to Uranium Extraction >>

* Builder Extreme 1500 3D Printer, Prints a Full-Sized Ducati Motorbike >>
* Researchers identify genes that give cannabis its flavor >>
* Congress just voted to let internet providers sell your browsing history >>

* MRI brain scans train machines to see the world more like us >>
* Bias test to prevent algorithms discriminating unfairly >>
* Backwards asteroid shares an orbit with Jupiter without crashing >>

* Lyme-disease-is-set-to-explode-and-you-cant-protect-yourself >>
* Why the politics of the future is technology and technology is the future of politics >>
* New 5G transmitter 20 times more efficient than the previous ones >>

* Xbox One Spring Update Rolling Out With New Ui, Beam Streaming, And Screen Time >>
* “We Need to Go Beyond the Standard Model of Physics” –Peter Higgs, Discoverer of the Higgs Boson >>

* The Plan to Bring a Little Bit of Venus Back to Earth >>
* 4 ways to help care for your aging parents, spouse with tech >>
* Businesses say they just can’t find the right tech workers >>

* NASA Launches Massive Digital Library For Space Video, Photos and Audio >>
* Fight against patent for hepatitis C drug that can cost €55,000 >>
* Can robot duo track crops better than drones? >>

* How artificial intelligence has evolved over time >>
* Evidence That Robots Are Winning the Race for American Jobs >>
* Something Big Exploded in a Galaxy Far, Far Away: What Was It? >>

* Star Wars: US Must Prep for Space Battles, Commander Says >>
* Nebula with Laser Beams >>
* Quantum computer startup Rigetti Computing Raised $64 Million >>

* Blue Origin nears testing of the BE-4 rocket >>
* Elon Musk points out that the NASA funding bill changes nothing and adds no funding for Mars >>
* NASA tries to justify Space Launch system >>

* Robomate exoskeleton will make it ten times easier for workers to lift things >>
* Graphene-based neural probe detects brain activity at high resolution and signal quality >>
* New Short for Pixar’s Coco Is as Cute as a Dog With(out) a Bone >>

* Plan to hang a wandering skyscraper from asteroid orbiting Earth is unveiled >>
* Uranus Smells Like Farts >>
* 10 best science images, videos, and visualizations of the year >>

* Saturn’s Weirdest Moon Is Full of Electric Sand >>
* People who feel connected to nature are more prone to “electrosensitivity” >>
* A scientific measure of our visual imagination suggests it is surprisingly limited >>

* Press 1 for bill shock, 2 for outages… AWS touts call-center management-as-a-service >>
* Why SpaceX’s Next Rocket Launch Is A Really Big Deal >>
* Can Climate Change Cause The Extinction Of Plants And Animals? >>

* Google scales China’s Great Firewall with Translate app >>
* The new algorithms enabling Facebook’s data fixation >>
* Facebook opens up 360-degree livestreaming to everyone >>

* Intel: Our next chips will be a ‘generation ahead’ of Samsung >>
* Four IoT Trends To Keep An Eye On >>

* The Galaxy S8 can double as a pretend desktop >>
* Does anyone actually want to use a phone as a desktop? >>
* Samsung’s Bixby AI assistant can see as well as talk >>
* Samsung’s new digital assistant, Bixby, tries to push past voice recognition toward true AI >>
* The Galaxy S8 can stream music to two headphones at the same time >>
* The next-gen ‘Gear VR’ comes with a motion controller >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy S8 can sign into websites using your face >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy S8 UK pricing starts at £689 >>
* Samsung’s Galaxy S8 arrives April 21st >>
* Gear VR Just Took a Huge Leap Forward (Thanks to Oculus) >>
* Official Galaxy S8 Specs Confirm This Is The First Snapdragon 835 Phone >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2017

* Speck-Size Computers: Now With Deep Learning >>
* The World’s First ‘Period’ in a Dish Could Revolutionize Reproductive Medicine >>
* Musk launches company to pursue ‘neural lace’ brain-interface technology >>

* Mind-Blowing New Theory Connects Black Holes, Dark Matter, and Gravitational Waves * >>
* Scientists turn human kidney cells into tiny biocomputers >>
* Google conquers more of your smart home with Logitech and Wink >>

* Australia’s ‘Jurassic Park’ turns up some of the world’s largest dinosaur tracks >>
* Elon Musk launches Neuralink, a venture to merge the human brain with AI >>
* Scientists Hack a Human Cell and Reprogram It Like a Computer >>

* Researchers create artificial materials atom-by-atom >>
* OFC: 200G and 400G Ethernet and the Technologies Behind Them >>

* Baby has surgery to remove parasitic fetus growing inside him >>
* Is This the Anti-Aging Pill We’ve All Been Waiting For? >>
* Can a robot solve the Lionfish crisis? >>

* The Most Human Human: what artificial intelligence teaches us about being alive >>
* Here Are the Software Skills That Will Get You the Highest Salary >>

* Future of Asteroid Intercept Mission Depends on Congress >>
* After Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact, Life Re-Emerged Quickly >>
* Dial-Up Space Communications System Gets ‘High-Speed’ Upgrade >>

* You Should Appreciate Germs >>
* Silicon Valley’s pursuit of extreme life extension >>
* India and Russia failing to agree on terms for joint fifth generation stealth fighter program >>

* Robots Are Already Replacing Human Workers at an Alarming Rate >>
* Houston Is the Next Battleground in the GMO Mosquito War >>
* SpaceX and NASA are looking to land a ship at one of these 4 places on Mars >>

* Scientist Proposes Circular Runways For Airport Efficiency >>
* AI Wields the Power to Make Flying Safer—and Maybe Even Pleasant >>

* The entire female menstrual cycle can now be replicated in a Petri dish >>
* Scientists Build a Menstrual Biochip That Does Everything But Bleed >>
* Of Mice and Men: Study Pushes Rodents’ Home Invasion to 15,000 Years Ago >>

* Judge criticizes Uber’s secrecy in lawsuit with Waymo >>
* Watch Out, Corporate Learning: Here Comes Disruption >>
* To Get Coding Jobs At Companies Like Google And Microsoft, Should I Learn C++ Or Java? >>

* How Artificial Intelligence Creates New Job Opportunities >>
* In 30 years, can we sustainably meet the needs of 9.5 billion people? >>
* Chinese internet giant Tencent buys 5% of Tesla >>

* Recovering lost Caribbean bats would take 8M years >>
* The Point of Pointless Behaviors >>
* Climate Change Is Altering Global Air Currents >>

* SpaceX prepares to reuse the first rocket it landed on a barge >>
* New AI Algorithm Beats Even the World’s Worst Traffic * >>
* Would YOU let a robot crawl through your intestines? >>

* Unpiloted, amphibious cargo drones the size of Boeing 777s could take to the skies by 2020 >>
* The ‘magic carpet’ software that helps fighter jet pilots make a perfect landing on a warship in ANY conditions >>
* Amazon planning hi-tech stores to sell furniture and home appliances – will use AR >>

* Next Apple Watch could be a phone, too >>
* Evidence That Robots Are Winning the Race for American Jobs >>
* US jobs are being threatened by automation >>

* 10 Million Insiders Test And Use Windows 10 Every Day, Says Microsoft >>
* Facial Recognition Database Used By FBI Is Out of Control, House Committee Hears >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2017

* Disruptive Technologies: Understand, Evaluate, Respond >>
* Dystopian Riot Control Truck Is The Vehicle Of The Future >>
* Facebook Messenger now lets you privately share your Live Location for an hour >>

* I Took the AI Class Facebookers Are Literally Sprinting to Get Into >>
* Social Media Influencers Finally Come to … Medicine >>
* Trump taps Kushner to lead a SWAT team to fix government with business ideas >>

* Amazon’s Automated Grocery Store Works Great as Long as Nobody Runs or Moves Stuff Around >>
* Intel Claims Its Magical New Memory Will Speed Your Computer Up for Cheap >>

* World’s first ‘lip password’ utilizes a user’s lip motions to create password >>
* A reusable sponge could be the latest solution to effectively clean up oil spills >>
* FBI’s facial recognition database is dangerously inaccurate >>

* iPad bomb threat led to recent device ban on flights >>
* NASA trains astronauts with zero-G virtual reality >>
* Lightform Emerges With $2.6 Million For Glasses-Free AR Tech >>

* MIT’s Nuclear Lab has an Unusual Plan to Jump-Start Advanced-Reactor Research >>
* Grains on Titan would cling to a spacecraft ‘like packing peanuts’ >>
* Incredible moment a shark nudges a diver to get him to remove a hook >>

* The struggle between tech companies and government >>
* IBM was a pioneer in the work-from-home revolution — now it’s cracking down >>
* AI is mainly a stimulative technology that will create jobs >>

* Asteroid Impacts Spawned Colossal 500-Foot-High Tsunamis in Mars’ Ancient Oceans >>
* Travelers to Mars risk leukemia cancer, weakened immune function from radiation, NASA-funded study finds >>

* NASA’s ‘Far-Side-of-the-Moon’ Orbiting Telescope >>
* Far Side Astronomy: Orbiting Telescope Would Use Moon as Shield >>
* Flying Through Auroras: Airline Carries Passengers into Southern Lights >>

* Spacex launch of private citizens on a lunar orbiting mission in 2018 will use new Falcon Heavy >>
* Spacex scheduled relaunch of a recovered booster is scheduled for this Thursday >>
* Uber Suspends Robocar Testing After Crash >>

* Eyesight Technologies Will Watch You Drive, and That’s a Good Thing >>
* Global Biotechnology Congress 2017 >>
* Scientists reverse aging in mice by repairing damaged DNA >>

* Silicon solar cell efficiency at 26.6% within 10% of theoretical silicon solar efficiency limit of 29.1% >>
* 25,000 Residents Told to Evacuate as Massive Cyclone Threatens Australian Coast >>
* The Cutting-edge Circular Culinary Knife >>

* No one knows what to do with the International Space Station >>
* What Will Elon Musk And Tim Cook Do For Trump’s New ‘Office Of American Innovation’? >>
* US Treasury Secretary Says Automation Of Jobs Is ’50-100 More Years’ Away >>

* Researchers make a spinach leaf pump like a human heart >>
* An AI taught me how to be a better tweeter >>
* India’s Silicon Valley Offers the Cheapest Engineers, But the Quality of Their Talent is Another Story >>

* Scientists Hack a Human Cell and Reprogram It Like a Computer >>
* Elon Musk invested early in DeepMind just to keep tabs on the progress of AI >>
* Facebook looks inward for new AI technical talent >>

* ‘Tree-on-a-chip’ passively pumps water for days >>
* New flexible sensor holds potential for foldable touch screens >>
* Quantum Transport Goes Ballistic >>

* Connected dolls and tell-tale teddy bears: Why we need to manage the Internet of Toys >>
* Ben Goertzel on the Future of AI >>
* The Singularity is Ever Nearer >>

* 7 Things We Can’t Wait To Stick The Vive Tracker On >>
* The Real Likelihood Of Dying At The Jaws Of A Shark >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2017

* Go-Mentum Station | New test track for high-tech automated vehicles >>
* French election in May 2018 will decide the future of Europe >>
* Recapping Google NEXT 2017: Deep Learning As A Service >>

* Meet Nomadic: The Company Turning Local Movie Theaters Into VR Arenas >>
* Uber’s self-driving car crashes in Arizona >>
* British Airways starts scanning faces to enable faster boarding >>

* US Navy mostly automated ‘Magic Carpet’ aircraft carrier landings starting 2019 >>
* ‘Black Box’ technique may lead to more powerful AI >>
* Facial Recognition Software Will Soon Replace Your Wallet >>

* Norway wants to build the world’s first full-scale ship tunnel >>
* Google’s AI Explosion in One Chart >>

* Molecule Kills Elderly Cells, Reduces Signs of Aging In Mice >>
* This nature-inspired wind turbine is shaped like a tree >>
* Most Cancer Is Bad Luck And Early Detection Is A Cure, Say Hopkins Researchers >>

* This animatronic dog will deliver your social media notifications >>
* Silicon Valley LiDAR Maker Quanergy Angles For A Trump Border Wall Contract >>
* Five to Try: Super Mario Run finally arrives, and Samsung unpacks its Galaxy S8 event app >>

* The first housekeeping robot is here — and it has the best name >>
* Video Friday: Robotics for Happiness, Drone Films, and Jeff Bezos’ Robot Suit >>
* Scientists Demonstrate Method of Turning Spinach Leaves Into Human Heart Tissue >>

* Technology is killing jobs, and only technology can save them >>
* A 21st-Century Version Of OS/2 Warp May Be Released Soon >>
* Does Social Media Make Millennials Want To Travel More? >>

* Want Commuters to Ditch Driving? Try Giving Them Cash Money >>
* US Scientists Launch World’s Biggest Solar Geoengineering Study >>
* Stem cell therapy restores sexual function in impotent men >>

* 21 bot experts make their predictions for 2017 >>
* Hate to Break It to Steve Mnuchin, But AI’s Already Taking Jobs >>
* Critical step in cellular repair of damaged DNA identified which could be big for reversing aging >>

* President Trump Hails NASA’s Space Exploration Spirit in Weekly Address >>
* Watch Stars Orbit The Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole >>
* A Smarter Gun >>

* Russia designing submarine that will use composite materials for the hull and other parts and fire hypersonic Zircon missiles >>
* Norway will build first ship tunnel that will be 121 feet tall and 87 feed wide and a mile long >>

* How Smartphones Became The New Heroin For Teens >>
* Quantum Theory Could Explain Our Sense of Humor, Study Shows >>
* How to transform your smartphone into a real-world Star Trek tricorder >>

* Augmented reality gets a second life in manufacturing >>
* The brain up close: Radical microscope reveals nerve synapses firing in breakthrough that could shed light on Alzheimer’s and depression >>
* The million dollar personal submarine >>

* House of the future? £50,000 space-age home shaped like a washing machine fits FOUR rooms into one by rotating 360 degrees >>
* World’s largest ‘artificial sun’ shines brightly for the first time >>

* Most Cancer Cases Arise from “Bad Luck” >>
* Is Most Cancer Just Random Bad Luck No Lifestyle Matters A Lot >>
* The Crazy New Camera Tech That Made Planet Earth 2 Possible >>

* Fallout 4 VR, Ghostbusters and Rock Band VR: The Week In VR Gaming >>
* How A Recession Could Boost VR Adoption >>
* HIV breakthrough may help scientists kill sleeping virus cells >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2017

* Nanochip Gas Sensors Promise Personal Air Quality Monitors in our Pockets >>
* 3D-printed cartilage cell implants thrive in baby mice >>
* This robot makes personalized salads to order >>

* “Virtual batteries” could lead to cheaper, cleaner power >>
* BAE concept for integrating drones and fighters that split into multiple vehicles >>
* Scientists Can Reverse DNA Aging in Mice >>

* A printable, sensor-laden ‘skin’ for robots (or an airplane) >>
* 3D printing is tackling what may be its biggest challenge yet: the humble book >>
* IoT And Millennials >>

* Scientists light up the world’s largest ‘artificial sun’ >>
* Two thirds of cancer mutations result from completely random DNA mistakes >>
* Gene sequencing for rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis and prompt initiation of correct life saving treatment >>

* These Are The Startups Helping Fuel India’s Booming Travel Economy >>
* Uber, Netflix And The Rise Of On-Demand Applications >>

* When Fingerprints Are as Easy to Steal as Passwords >>
* The moment Amazon makes its first public drone delivery in the U.S. >>
* Artificial Intelligence: The Park Rangers of the Anthropocene >>

* YouTube automates sound effect captions with AI >>
* In The Warehouse, Controlling Robots Is Easier Said Than Done >>
* Artificial Intelligence: How To Scale The Human Mind >>

* MIT’s solar plant is delivering on its promises >>
* Gillmor Gang: Loose Change >>
* Intel Creates AI Group, Aims For More Focus >>

* Rock Band VR Shreds the Rhythm-Game Paradigm >>
* A 4-year-old boy used Siri to call an ambulance and save his unconscious mom >>
* Netflix Gets Serious About Its Anti-Piracy Efforts >>

* The robots are coming – is your job safe? >>
* Treasury secretary doesn’t see AI as a threat to jobs >>
* When Clinicians Know They’re Being Watched, Patients Fare Better >>

* How Open-Source Robotics Hardware Is Accelerating Research and Innovation >>
* More Renewable Energy Means More Operating Reserves, Right? Wrong >>
* Air Force’s Mysterious X-37B Space Plane Breaks Orbital Record >>

* Amazon Wins $1.5 Billion Tax Dispute Over IRS >>
* Blinds That Charge Your Phone! >>
* How to Escape the PowerPoint Prison >>

* Brian Greene: Five things to expect by 2037 >>
* India and New Zealand Were Wrong to Recognize Rivers as Persons >>
* Streaming Music Services, From Most Screwed to Least Screwed >>

* Elon Musk just told some rando on Twitter when Tesla’s new solar tiles are available >>
* Future of farming: smart autonomous drones with eyes on the field >>
* Is Technology Uniting or Destroying Us? >>

* NASA tests next generation passenger planes with ‘fat test dummies’ >>
* The mini motorcycle that almost made it to the moon >>
* Virtual lemonade sends colour and taste to a glass of water >>

* 57.7 billion pixel interactive image of Dubai >>
* To End Tuberculosis, It Must Be Eliminated from Animals >>
* Mind-Reading Computers That Can Translate Thoughts into Words >>

* DNA ‘typos’ may cause 66% of cancer mutations >>
* Nasa to launch a space LASER that will provide internet 100 times faster than current broadband within two years >>
* MOONDUST will keep astronauts alive on the lunar surface >>

* Star Wars’ Films Scheduled Until 2035, Reveals Disney CEO >>
* Silicon Valley Would Rather Cure Death Than Make Life Worth Living >>
* German ‘largest Artificial Sun’ To Generate Climate Friendly Fuel >>

* Europe’s Jupiter Explorer Mission Moves to Prototype Production >>
* US Military’s ‘Gremlin’ Program Lets Pilots Launch and Snag Drones in Midair >>
* Monster Black Hole Ejected By Gravitational Waves from Its Galaxy’s Core With Force Equal to 100 Million Supernovas >>

* Office of Naval Research shows new Navy BAE railgun test >>
* Two separate breakthroughs will combine for unlimited youthful blood for antiaging and immune system boosting transfusions >>
* Twilight for the Golden Age of Earth Observation? >>

* Mayo Clinic discovers high-intensity aerobic training can reverse aging >>
* CRISPR gene therapy is enhancing t-cell immnotherapy treatment of cancer and treatments in people could be available within 2 to 3 years >>
* CRISPR/Cas9 Reveals Cancer’s Synthetic Lethal Vulnerabilities >>

* Vaccine that does not need refrigeration could save 500,000 lives each year from fatal diarrhoea >>
* Scienists crack the code for making an unlimited supply using immortal stem cells >>
* India has 300 million people without electricity and will soon have the world’s third largest hypersonic wind tunnel >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 March 2017

* Dime-Size Thrusters Could Propel Satellites, Spacecraft >>
* Some aging reversal in appearance, liver, muscle and other functions with cell penetrating peptides in very old mice >>
* Artificial lungs in a backpack may free people with lung failure >>

* Artificial skin with solar cells could power prosthetics >>
* Harvard Develops a Cheap Smartphone Test for Male Fertility >>
* The Battle for Top AI Talent Only Gets Tougher From Here >>

* A Better Way to Organize the Internet: Content-Centric Networking >>
* China working on reusing rocket stages and will try to use parachutes and airbags to recover stages >>
* 5 ways to use AI in your own home >>

* Tissue created with microblood vessel network and integrated the tissue into mice – a major advance for bioprinting organs >>
* Congress Mulls Options for Space Station Beyond 2024 >>
* Navy focused on UAV just for refueling for faster development and deployment >>

* Army testing 100 mph tracked ATV >>
* Infrared-light-based Wi-Fi network is 100 times faster >>
* Robots working in the kitchen >>

* Muji created a sixth pocket for our smartphones; Genius? >>
* Deadly bat fungus has been found in Texas for the first time >>
* Who Killed the Smart Gun? >>

* The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing the Way We Have Kids >>
* NASA Experiment Could Solve a Mystery About DNA in Space >>
* How Post Intelligence Uses AI And Deep Learning To Help You Not Suck On Social Media >>

* Dell’s next-level 8K monitor is now on sale for $5,000 >>
* Norway To Build World’s First Ship Tunnel >>
* Anti-aging peptide recovers fur growth, kidney health in mice >>

* Photographing an Exoplanet: How Hard Can it Be? >>
* Mars Spacesuits: Designing a Blue-Collar Suit for the Red Planet >>
* Spacex & Nasa Studying 2020 Landing Sites For Dragon >>

* Astronauts Capture Great Views Of Mount Etna Eruption >>
* Portal Proposed that Links Our Visible Standard-Model Universe With the Dark, Invisible Universe >>
* Ceres: Axial Tilt and Surface Ice >>

* China’s low fertility rate will cause policies to shift and IVF to boom to millions per year and then mass embryo selection >>
* NASA to fire 1Gbps laser ‘Wi-Fi’ … into spaaaaace >>
* The Future Of Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) >>

* Intel Forms New AI Group Reporting Directly To CEO Brian Krzanich >>
* The Gig Economy Celebrates Working Yourself to Death >>
* Geospatial data and analysis for disaster relief >>

* Lab-grown meat >>
* Age-reversing pill that Nasa wants to give to astronauts on Mars will begin human trials within six months >>
* How-free-speech-can-become-censorship-and-how-to-solve-it >>

* The world’s biggest wind turbine >>
* Robotic fruit packed with sensors could mean you never buy rotten produce again >>
* Edited live vaccine could stop harmful polio outbreaks >>

* Chronic pain and depression are linked by brain gene changes >>
* Recognizing “Mom” Works in Only One Eye at a Time in These Animals >>
* Best evidence yet that hypnotised people aren’t faking it >>

* Major flaws; Google Nest security cameras means burglars can switch them off remotely >>
* Oddball star could be home to long-sought superheavy elements >>
* Indian nuclear power plant is shut down as it contracts ‘SMALLPOX’ >>

* US military is working on a secret project to prevent ISIS from launching autonomous ‘suicide drones’ >>
* Millennials don’t consider themselves adults until they are 30 >>
* Brain scans of people watching movie trailers can predict if it’ll be a hit >>

* Samsung unveils Galaxy S8 teaser trailer for make or break handset >>
* Congress vote may overturn Internet privacy rules >>

* A startup invented this $10,000 house that can be built in one day >>
* NASA will soon launch cube-shaped robots to spy on astronauts >>
* Elon Musk is ‘not smiling’ about the government’s big new plan for NASA >>

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