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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2017

* Amazon Is About To Transform How You Buy Groceries >>
* Watch Microsoft’s AI System Get A Perfect Score On ‘Ms. Pac-Man’ >>
* AI to diagnose sick cows >>

* Monsanto bets on AI to protect crops against disease >>
* Amazon Granted a Patent That Prevents In-Store Shoppers From Online Price Checking >>
* Amazon Channels now works like a TV login for HBO & Showtime’s apps >>

* Craig Venter’s ‘Digital-to-Biological Converter’ Is Real >>
* How AI Can Keep Accelerating After Moore’s Law >>
* A discussion about AI’s conflicts and challenges >>

* AI Could Target Autism Before It Even Emerges—but It’s No Cure-all >>
* France aims to be the first country to roll out driverless high-speed trains >>
* American Chipmakers Had a Toxic Problem. Then They Outsourced It >>

* Google releases new TensorFlow Object Detection API >>
* Texas explicitly allows driverless car tests >>

* VR’s killer app: business services >>
* Why is virtual reality taking so long to take off? >>
* Shape-shifting ‘4D’ printed objects could pave the way for outer space structures >>

* What If (Almost) Every Gene Affects (Almost) Everything? >>
* Why We Should Look For Alien Megastructures Around Pulsars >>
* Better definitions and metrics around human level AI are needed >>

* Jupiter Now Has 69 Moons >>
* YouTube’s heatmaps show where eyes linger in VR videos >>
* Samsung wants you to replace all the pictures on your wall with $2,000 TVs >>

* Yoga and Meditation Can Change Your Genes, Study Says >>
* Printed nanosensors monitor tire wear in real time >>
* How Much Are People Making from the Sharing Economy? >>

* Gillmor Gang: Abstraction Of Justice >>
* This New Atari-playing Ai Wants To Dethrone Deepmind >>
* “Quantum Space Race” –China’s Scientists Generate ‘Spooky’ Entanglement in Space For First Time >>

* ‘The Last Night’ is a stunning take on 16-bit games for the 4K generation >>
* In Ancient Bones, an Elephant-Size Surprise >>
* Why I Won’t Get a PSA Test for Prostate Cancer >>

* NASA reveals what the colossal James Webb ‘megatelescope’ will focus on first >>
* Robot that could walk on Mars : NASA’s humanoid Valkyrie shows off its skills >>
* New study finds that diarrhea serves a purpose and flushes the body of certain infections >>

* Just THREE mutations are needed to make bird flu a potential pandemic strain that could kill million >>

* What the World Will Look Like 4°C Warmer >>
* Save your skin with this beautiful, sun-detecting bracelet >>

* CIA can turn your router into a spy >>
* Japan will cooperate with China’s One Belt One Road if various conditions are met >>

* Bespoke Processors: Cheap, Low-Power Chips That Only Do What’s Needed >>
* Detecting Hazardous Radiation From Afar Now Possible >>
* Graphene-based computer would be 1,000 times faster than silicon-based, use 100th the power >>

* A noninvasive method for deep brain stimulation, a new class of Emerging Explorers, and much more >>
* American and Chinese aircraft could be flying 4,000 miles per hour by 2030 >>
* Shrinking data for surgical training >>

* Quantum secure internet is possible >>
* Johns Hopkins researchers say they’ve unlocked key to cancer metastasis and how to slow it >>
* The 3 Kinds of Intelligence You Need to Succeed in Life >>

* ‘Magic’ alloy could spur next generation of solar cells >>
* Nanoparticle aggregates for destruction of cancer cells >>
* The first nano-sized superelastic alloy >>

* Lockheed Martin is about to close a F-35 fighter jet deal worth over $37 billion >>
* The future of ad agencies has never been more in doubt >>
* Experts are warning earth is in the “throes of a water crisis” >>

* Other grocery stocks plummet as Amazon buys Whole Foods for $13.7B >>
* How Amazon could change your Whole Foods >>
* When Does Amazon Become a Monopoly? >>

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