Archive for July 30, 2017

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 July 2017

* Rapid shift to passenger miles in electric cars with self driving ridesharing >>
* Tesla Model 3 interior doesn’t look like any car you’ve ever seen >>
* NASA to Test Earth Defense Observatory & Systems During Asteroid Flyby >>

* Luxembourg’s asteroid mining law takes effect August 1st >>
* Electric cars won’t bring down oil prices anytime soon >>
* China pushing for AI, railgun and technological dominance >>

* Room temperature molecular layer nanolaser opens up a lot of applications >>
* Atoms cooled to 300 nanokelvin could enable powerful quantum computers >>
* RNA circuits transform cells into nanodevices with 12 input logic >>

* A 32-year-old investor wants to upend America with his crazy, utopian plan for future >>
* Brian Cox Predicts Colonization Of ‘barren Rock’ Mars Is Inevitable, But Says It Won’t Be As Great As Earth >>
* China Space Program Bound for Mars –“Creating First ‘Mars Village’ Simulation Base on Earth” >>

* Tesla Model 3 gets great reviews >>
* How to find a lost phone >>
* Apple’s capitulation to China’s VPN crack-down will return to haunt it at home >>

* Karl du Fresne: ‘Progress’ now a matter of what’s possible, rather than what’s good >>
* How Automation is Going to Redefine What it Means to Work >>
* Tech May Give Us a Life of Leisure in the Future. Is This What We Want? >>

* New trailers: George Clooney directs a Coen brothers film, Jon Hamm is an AI, and more >>
* Apple TV with 4K and HDR support >>
* Here’s everything Tesla wants to accomplish by 2020 >>

* Why BMW is betting on the cloud >>
* Data Science Can Help Us Fight Human Trafficking >>
* Storing Data in DNA Brings Nature into the Digital Universe >>

* Why Facebook’s ‘People You May Know’ makes some weird suggestions >>
* Warships and submarines on display in Russia’s Navy Day parade >>
* Scientists Have Found The Brain Cells That Slow Our Aging Process >>

* Bryan Fuller originally envisioned Star Trek: Discovery as an anthology show >>
* Curious Kids: What Started the Big Bang? >>
* Steve Jobs’ response to a public insult in 1997 shows how to handle negative comments with grace >>

* I automated my decisions for week — and it showed me just how much time I waste >>
* 26 stunning natural wonders everyone should see in their lifetime >>

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