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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 July 2017

* Quantum particles can partially travel in the direction opposite to their momentum >>
* Additive Manufacturing could be used to rapidly make Prototype or custom weapons >>
* Mesh Networking Comes To Bluetooth, Which Could Set Off a New Wave of Smart Buildings >>

* Lab-grown leather that looks just like real leather is soon coming your way >>
* The ‘temporary tattoo’ that could one day monitor your health >>
* This super-stretchy wearable feels like a second skin and can record data >>

* Elon Musk’s Freak-out Over Killer Robots Distracts From Our Real Ai Problems >>
* Bluetooth mesh networking could connect smart devices city-wide >>
* Neural stem cells steered by electric fields can repair brain damage >>

* We are all mutants now: the trouble with genetic testing >>
* Making Optical SETI Happen >>
* This Is The One Of The Largest Structures We Know Of In The Universe >>

* Bringing neural networks to cellphones >>
* Astronomers don’t know what’s causing these weird radio waves from a nearby star >>
* This ‘shape-display’ robot follows your hand and simulates the surface you’re touching in VR >>

* This Japanese VR arcade put me inside ‘Mario Kart’ >>
* China’s Censors Can Now Erase Images Mid-Transmission >>
* The Navy’s laser can take down enemies before they even know what hit them >>

* Brain implants help nervous mice find their competitive side >>
* Microsoft is doubling down on machine reading as part of its AI focus >>
* Gillmor Gang: Net Flakes >>

* NASA’s Neutron-Star Mission Begins Science Operations On the ISS >>
* Evidence Detected of Ancient Impacts That Shaped the Milky Way >>
* Long After Humanity Is Gone And The Sun Dies, The Water Bears Will Be There >>

* Customer Data Meets AI >>
* Spoiler Alert is trying to bridge the gab between food suppliers and the hungry >>
* Desktop Metal gets $115 million in funding to deliver metal 3D printing for manufacturing >>

* Adobe launches redesigned Lightroom for Android >>
* A Visualization of How Herd Immunity Works—and Why Vaccines Are Important >>
* Drone noise is driving people crazy >>

* Apple’s Risky Balancing Act With the Next iPhone >>
* Workflow automation startup Workato >>
* India’s first solar-powered train makes its debut >>

* Google’s Transfer Appliance helps businesses ship their data to the Google Cloud by FedEx >>
* DC security robot says everything is fine, throws itself into pool >>
* Scientists discover all quantum particles can travel BACKWARD, could pave way for ultra-secure encryption >>

* Fascinating map reveals where you would end up if you dug straight through Earth >>
* The death of smoking how tobacco will be eradicated for good >>
* Automation could replace half of ALL America’s low-skilled jobs, new report >>

* Smaller solar cells beat rivals in test >>
* AK-47 maker Kalashnikov reveals it is developing an AI controlled gun for the Russian military >>
* Ori’s robotic furniture zooms across apartment >>

* Why some scientists won’t link Antarctica’s giant iceberg to global warming >>
* Amazon, Domino’s and the future drone delivery market >>
* This Floating Robotic Camera Is The Cutest Thing Ever Sent Into Space >>

* Varjo Promises Human-Eye Resolutions For VR This Year >>
* Samsung Reveals 4K ExynosVR Standalone Reference Design With Eye-Tracking >>
* The 9 Best Oculus Rift Games That You Can Play Right Now >>

* Next Level: Inside Dolby’s Experiment To Watch People While They’re Watching Movies >>

* Netflix now has more subscribers internationally than in the US >>
* Netflix CEO says big cash burn will be an ‘indicator of enormous success’ >>
* Netflix’s new hit show is a triumph of ‘New Hollywood’ over ‘Old Hollywood,’ says showrunner >>

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