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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 May 2017

* MIT fires a rocket motor made using 3D-printed plastic >>
* Algorithmic accountability >>
* Gene editing could lead to a vaccine for arthritis >>

* Scientists Create a Bizarre Superfluid with “Negative Mass” >>
* Wired Founding Editor Now Challenges ‘The Myth of A Superhuman AI’ >>
* Hacker Leaks Episodes From Netflix Show and Threatens Other Networks >>

* Why Elon Musk Doesn’t Like Flying Cars >>
* Has tech lost its mind? Let’s start with flying cars >>

* What if You Could Grow a Baby in a Bottle? >>
* Tesla revives automatic braking in response to lower review scores >>

* Cassini Looks Out from Saturn >>
* Find Out All the Stories From Reddit’s Massive Collaborative Art Project >>
* Google-backed exhibit shows robots just want to be friends. They promise. >>

* The Crazy Scale of Human Carbon Emission >>
* Why String Theory Is Still Not Even Wrong >>
* Facebook closes in on two billion users >>

* Spacex Will Launch Its Falcon 9 Rocket With Us Military Payload On Monday Morning Instead >>
* ‘Grand Theft Auto’ has never looked this good >>
* The smartphone is replacing one of the most important features in new cars — and that’s unlikely to change >>

* A $28 billion hedge fund is pushing into machine learning >>
* Trump has been silent on the biggest crisis facing American workers >>
* Robots are going to take a lot of jobs — here’s what we could do about it >>

* ‘Pink noise’ boosts deep sleep, memory for older adults >>
* UK’s latest nuclear fusion reactor could supply the grid with clean power by 2030 >>
* Virtually Tuning Top-Notch Automotive Audio Systems >>

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