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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 March 2017

* Researchers use brain waves to correct robot mistakes >>
* New Microscopy Tech Offers a Kind of “Nano-GPS” for Measuring Magnetism of Atoms >>
* Lightning from space: Satellite promises a ‘quantum leap’ in forecasting >>

* Tattoos with conductive ink create electrical circuits on your skin that can store data >>
* IBM launches IBM Q initiative to create 50+ qubit universal quantum computer >>
* “Alien Worlds Could Be Habitable Around Small Red Suns for Up to 11 Billion Years” >>

* Should we use CRISPR to domesticate wild plants, creating ‘biologically inspired organisms’? >>
* Russia’s developing 100 megaton dirty Tsunami Creating submarine drone bomb >>
* Programmable shape-shifting molecular robots respond to DNA signals >>

* Adobe Lightroom mobile now captures RAW images in HDR mode >>
* 3D Printing Is Already Starting To Threaten The Traditional Spare Parts Supply Chain >>
* Smart meters might not be so smart >>

* Blue Origin’s latest rocket engine is finally complete >>
* 1.37bn records from somewhere to leak on Monday >>
* Most consumers not being turned on by connected home, study finds >>

* Fitbit’s Next Goal: Putting You To Sleep >>
* More Gilmore Girls Episodes Might Be Coming to Netflix >>
* The 9 Biggest VR Stories Of GDC 2017 >>

* Moon’s hidden craters detected by gravity mapper >>
* Smart sponge absorbs 90 times its weight in crude oil and can be reused hundreds of times >>
* Astronomers Deploy AI to Unravel the Mysteries of the Universe >>

* The Race to Sell True Quantum Computers Begins Before They Really Exist >>
* Will Democracy Survive Big Data and Artificial Intelligence? >>
* An MIT professor explains why we are still a long ways off from solving one of the biggest problems with self-driving cars >>

* Where Does The Human Brain Get Its Energy? >>
* Is It Actually Possible To Travel To Parallel Universes? >>
* Here’s how OLAY’s skin analysis platform opened my eyes to AI innovation in beauty >>

* Fragmented Asteroid Develops Comet-like Tails >>
* New Theory of Dark Matter –“Takes the Form of Primordial Black Holes Created in the First Moments of the Cosmos” >>
* Volcanoes Could Make Some Alien Planets Warm Enough for Life >>

* Good for Life? Megatelescope Will Probe Newfound Worlds’ Atmospheres >>
* There’s No Easy Way to ‘Jumpstart Your Metabolism’ >>
* Parking ticket chat bot now helps refugees claim asylum >>
* Live like Link in this amazing Legend of Zelda VR map >>

* You Can Shame This Robot With Your Mind When It Screws Up >>
* Trump’s new immigration ban restricts residents of six countries >>
* CNN’s streaming service opens to cord cutters, adds original programming >>

* Facebook sees Uber as a threat, says exec >>
* How a Failed Experiment Could Still Be the Future of Public Transit >>
* US Air Force buys counter-drone tech to battle ISIS >>

* YouTube TV Improves Outlook For AT&T Time Warner Merger >>
* BT beats Sky to Champions League and Europa League TV rights >>
* Let’s face it, Mobile World Congress isn’t about the mobile any more >>

* Very different cities have similar potential for ride sharing, study finds. >>
* Underwater mountains help ocean water rise from abyss >>
* The Future Of AI With Alexy Khrabrov >>

* Underwater Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Project Completes Its First Practical Test >>
* 4 Robots That Can Do Your Household Chores For You >>
* These Are the 50 Most Promising Startups You’ve Never Heard Of >>

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