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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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