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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 June 2017

* Are Telepresence Robots the Best Way to Explore Other Worlds? >>
* E-Mosquito Drinks Your Blood to Keep You Healthy >>
* Knuckles, Valve’s innovative new controller, solves a big problem in VR >>
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* Near term technology for global big brother >>
* Monitoring the world with microsatellites and open source data >>
* Watch This Robot Navigate Like a Rat >>

* Quick-Thinking AI Camera Mimics the Human Brain >>
* Volunteers teach AI to spot slavery sites from satellite images >>

* Scientists may have solved a key barrier to fusion power >>
* Tech Metaphors Are Holding Back Brain Research >>
* Brain-Invading Tapeworm That Eluded Doctors Spotted by New DNA Test >>

* Valve’s ‘Knuckles’ VR controller tracks individual fingers >>
* Google Glass gets its first update in nearly three years >>
* Shut Up About the Batteries: The Key to a Better Electric Car Is a Lighter Motor >>

* Two drones see through walls in 3D using WiFi signals >>
* Optimize your WiFi network with NetSpot >>
* A hotter planet might make hurricanes more destructive >>

* An updated design for TED Talks >>
* Why The Military And Corporate America Want To Make AI Explain Itself >>
* Cities Full Of Autonomous Vehicles Could End Up Less Machinelike–And More Human >>

* Mars Rover’s AI is really good at selecting rocks to analyze >>
* Tesla said to be in talks to create its own streaming music service >>
* A man played AR ‘Super Mario Bros.’ in Central Park and no one thought it was weird >>

* Are you forgetful? That’s just your brain erasing useless memories >>
* The Curious Case of the Warped Kuiper Belt –“Is There an Earth-Sized Planet Far Beyond Pluto?” >>

* NASA –Artificial Intelligence is Changing How We Explore Mars & Beyond >>
* Deadly “Killer” Heat Threatens 30% of World’s Population –“Will Reach 74% by 2100” >>

Is It Time to Rethink How We Search for Alien Life? >>
Let’s Clean Up The Space Junk With Magnetic Space Tugs >>
Jerry Nelson, Designer of the Segmented Telescope, Dies at 73 >>

* Self-driving shuttles are coming to the University of Michigan >>
* High Above Mars, a NASA Orbiter Spies the Curiosity Rover >>
* ‘Lensless camera’ could FINALLY give us flat smartphones without a jutting camera nub >>

* Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s new mission: Bring the world closer together >>
* 5 smart gadgets that make household chores easier >>
* Google launched its own job search engine — here’s how it works >>

* Stephen Hawking working on spacecraft that could reach ‘Second Earth’ in 20 years >>
* Automakers are whacking the companies that make parts that go into their cars >>

* ABBYY’s new version of TextGrabber is a super useful OCR and translation app >>
* The e-Mosquito bites you to monitor glucose levels >>
* YouTube Launches VR Creator Lab To Help 360 Filmmakers >>

* One-size-fits-all exosuits don’t work: we need exo-tailoring >>
* The European Space Agency Will Launch Laser-Bots to Study Ripples in Spacetime >>
* INSIDE MICROSOFT’S AI COMEBACK >>

* Amazon is prepping Echo Show for launch with visual Alexa cards >>
* BabelOn is trying to create Photoshop for your voice >>
* You may be jailed for telling someone to ‘die in a fire’ >>

* The rise of the robot pram >>
* Supersonic Bloodhound SSC to begin speed tests >>
* Meet Erik Finman, the kid who won a $1m bet with his parents >>

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