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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 March 2017

* JPMorgan Software Does in Seconds What Took Lawyers 360,000 Hours >>
* Could robotics enable a complete or near complete takeover with minimal response ? >>
* YouTube launches streaming TV service with 40 channels and unlimited cloud DVR storage >>

* Can YouTube’s new video subscription service compete? >>
* How YouTube’s new $35-a-month cable competitor could fix the biggest flaw of its rivals >>
* Trump’s Speech to Congress Was a Peter Thiel Fever Dream >>

* McDonald’s could kill the drive-thru as we know it >>
* Synthetic enamel could help equipment withstand heavy vibrations >>
* Traces in rock may be the oldest evidence of life on Earth ever >>
* Newfound 3.77-billion-year-old fossils could be earliest evidence of life on Earth >>

* NASA captured incredible footage of tornadoes on Mars >>
* China now fears underpopulation and is considering baby bonuses for second child >>
* Will robots turn on humans? experts warn hacked machines could attack us and even burgle our homes >>

* Facebook’s video app lands on Apple TV >>
* Android Wear 2.0 Update Details Emerge >>
* Robots are just as plagued by security vulnerabilities as IoT devices >>

* Pizza Hut’s smart shoes will order a pie for you >>
* In liquid biopsy race, Freenome lands $65 million, led by Andreessen Horowitz >>
* The Army Gets Back in the Ship-Killing Business >>

* Will iPhone 8 use radical augmented reality technology? Claims Apple has 1,000 engineers working on system >>
* YouTube’s cord-cutting bundle really skinny >>

* ‘Meet’ Google’s new videoconferencing service for the enterprise >>
* Why the internet was so screwed up today >>
* Nextgen microbiome drugs are now on sale should you buy them >>

* The terrifying robots set to mine the seabed >>
* Softbank used Tech Singularity as marketing pitch to get Saudi money into $100 billion investment fund >>
* Mysterious genetic origins of the squid, octopus and cuttlefish revealed >>

* Join the around-the-world 24-hour conversation on the future to celebrate World Future Day March 1 >>
* Brain-imaging headband measures how our minds mirror a speaker when we communicate >>

* Intel hopes 5G will breathe new life into its smartphone business >>
* ‘MindGamers’ clip shows off the dangers of wireless neural networks >>
* Google unveils ‘Meet,’ a Hangouts app for businesses >>

* Better, faster, stronger, cheaper: Improved Netflix technology could bring higher quality viewing to mobile streaming while consuming less data >>
* What The Woolly Mammoth De-Extinction Project Actually Means >>

* NASA Wind Tunnel Tests Lockheed Martin’s X-Plane Design for a Quieter Supersonic Jet >>
* Mobile World Congress 2017: PureLiFi Debuts New Li-Fi Luminaire and Shares Progress on Commercial Pilots >>
* Accelerate R&D with Multiphysics Simulation >>

* Martian Dust Devils Come Within Curiosity’s Line of Sight | Video >>
* First Solid Sign that Matter Doesn’t Behave Like Antimatter >>
* Trump: Sending Astronauts to Distant Worlds Is ‘Not Too Big a Dream’ >>

* Skin Cancer from Tanning Beds Costs $343 Million per Year >>
* Neandertals Live On in Our Genomes >>
* 5 next generation features unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2017 >>

* Black Hole Jets Detected –“Emit More Energy in One Second Than Our Sun Will Produce in Its Entire Lifetime” >>
* Rise Of The Super Telescopes: The Overwhelmingly Large Telescope >>

* This Brilliant Plan Could Stop Drone Terrorism. Too Bad It’s Illegal >>
* Nano-imprinting technology improves transistor-based biosensors >>
* Scientists develop spectacles for X-ray lasers >>

* You Can’t See The Great Wall Of China From Space, But You Can See Their Giant Solar Farm >>
* Planet Formation inside a Circumbinary ‘Snowline’ >>
* So It Begins, Red Dragon Delayed 2 Years To 2020 >>

* Earth’s Outer Shell: Was It Once Solid? >>
* Early cancer detection startup GRAIL closes on $900 million in Series B funding >>
* Google refuses to give up on wearable technology just yet >>

* NASA’s Kepler Mission Findings –“Point to a Universe of Solar Systems Similar to Earth’s” >>
* Hubble Frontier Fields –“Yields the Highest-Resolution Map of the Dark, Unseen Mass of the Cosmos” >>
* Blastoff! US Spy Satellite Launches Atop Atlas V Rocket | Video >>

* Fifth Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Has Ghost Sharks In It >>
* These Dietary Supplements Actually Sort of Do Something >>
* Mike Hosking: I don’t understand the Commerce Commission’s view on modern media >>

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