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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 March 2017

* Mobile 3D printer can build an entire house in just 24 hours >>
* NASA Considers Magnetic Shield to Help Mars Grow Its Atmosphere >>
* Video of Jeff Bezos describes his space plans >>

* Artificial embryo grown in a dish from two types of stem cells >>
* Why the dark net is more resilient to attack than the internet >>

* ‘Artificial Intelligence’ Has Become Meaningless >>
* Total global satellite plans could have around 20,000 satellites in low and mid earth orbits in the 2020s >>
* Smart garbage can turns trash into a game >>

* Toyota’s billion-dollar AI research center has a new self-driving car >>
* GDC 2017: Eyes-On with IMMY’s 60-Degree AR + VR Optics >>
* The Battle For VR Is No Longer About Headsets, It’s About OS >>

* Let’s Do the Physics Of Knocking an Asteroid Into the Sun >>
* Graphene sheets capture cells efficiently >>
* Bigelow Aerospace offers plan for an expandable space station orbiting the moon by 2020 >>

* MIT makes new form of matter which is a crystalline Supersolid and superfluid at the same time >>
* 4 Megawatt modular micro nuclear reactor is in Canadian pre-license review and targets 2025 for demo reactor >>
* Facebook Finally Rolls Out ‘Disputed News’ Tag Everyone Will Dispute >>

* Google Photos automatically fixes your pictures’ white balance >>
* Mixed reality arcades are the next big market opportunity — but not for VCs >>
* Robots are now allowed to use the sidewalk in this state >>

* IoT and 5G are driving computing to the edge >>
* Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin To Offer ‘Amazon-Like’ Moon Delivery By 2020 >>
* Music As A Commodity: Songwriting With Artificial Intelligence >>

* Google app beta indicates Goggles-like Visual Search may be on the horizon >>
* YouTubeTV Aims For Cord Cutters But Faces Stiff Competition >>

* 3-D printing with cellulose >>
* Toyota’s new autonomous test car 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus >>

* Earth’s Mantle Is Hotter Than Scientists Thought >>
* Palantir is just about ready to help a mass deportation operation >>
* Can Tilapia Skin Be Used to Bandage Burns? >>

* Clay Christensen’s Surprising Take On Ikea, Google And Milkshakes >>
* Elephants Only Sleep For Two Hours A Night, If They Even Sleep At All >>
* A Machine Learning Landscape: Where AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, Qualcomm And Xilinx AI Engines Live >>

* AMD Announces Ryzen 5 1600X and 1500X: Faster Than Expected, These Are The Real Intel-beaters >>
* Virgin’s newest company is Virgin Orbit, a small satellite specialist >>
* The Hype Around Virtual Reality Is Fading >>

* Has India Quietly Launched 1.2 Billion People Into The Subscription Economy? >>
* Machine Crushes Beer Bottles Into Sand to Save New Zealand Beaches >>
* 4th Industrial Revolution And A Jobless Future – A Good Thing? >>

* The Search for a Perfect Male Birth Control Pill >>
* Baby-X grows up: meet Nadia, the interactive virtual assistant >>
* Li-Ion Battery Inventor Creates Breakthrough Solid-State Battery, Holds 3X Charge >>

* 3D imaging reveals secret fibers that connect tendons to bone >>
* NASA released a ton of software for free and here’s some you should try >>
* Could SpaceX Get People to the Moon in 2018? >>

* 94-year-old professor of original lithium-ion battery reveals his new ‘superbattery’ that can charge far faster (and never explodes) >>
* ‘Magic helicopter’ that appears to fly without using its rotors (optical illusion) >>
* Plans for a new US super tank with an electrothermal chemical gun >>

* MIT reveals ‘impossible’ new form of matter: Supersolid combines the properties of solids with those of superfluids >>
* Thank Goodness Nukes Are So Expensive and Complicated >>
* The Beauty of Mathematics: It Can Never Lie to You >>

* Donald Trump ‘tweets like a bachelor’ claims AI that can predict marital status based on social network use >>

* Secret to ageing well down to lifestyle, not just genes >>
* Last of the mammoths were mutant inbreds with silky coats, poor sex lives and even a rubbish sense of smell >>

* Manned Orbiting Laboratory Declassified: Inside a US Military Space Station >>
* NGC 2170: Still Life with Reflecting Dust >>
* Facebook tests reactions and Dislike button (!) on messages >>

* How to protect your phone from border guards, and why it’s probably a bad idea >>
* In the new age of ubiquitous connectivity the message is the medium >>
* Tesla’s Sudden Chinese Billion, Where Are The Cars Behind It? >>

* What Surprises Might NASA’s Future Space Telescopes Discover? >>
* You Physics Teachers Really Ought to Teach Numerical Calculations >>
* How a Money-Losing Snap Could Be Worth So Much >>

* Watch ‘Doctor Who’ Series 10 Opener on Big Screen >>
* The Government’s Secret Wiki for Intelligence >>
* AI continued its world domination at Mobile World Congress >>
* GDC 2017 The Game Developers Conference was full of indie titles, AR, VR and more. >>

* New trailers: Guardians of the Galaxy, Alien: Covenant, and a ton of Netflix >>
* This fat-loss breathalyzer is now available for $699 >>
* Disney is considering booting up a new sequel to Tron: Legacy >>

* Your guide to teen slang >>
* How a single typo brought the internet to its knees >>
* 5G, which promises blistering download speeds, is coming soon >>

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