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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 August 2017

* Cancer Conundrum: Too Many Drug Trials, Too Few Patients >>
* Don’t ruin streaming by turning it into cable >>
* The week TV dramatically changed: Disney, ESPN, Letterman make moves >>

* Open AI bot beats pro human gamer in competitive eSport >>
* Transmission of video signals 100 times faster than fastest cellular network >>
* World costs of tunneling and Elon Musk Boring Company >>

* AI Helps Magicians Perform Mind Reading Tricks >>
* Deep learning could discover new plant species hidden in centuries of herbarium data >>
* Facebook buys computer vision startup focused on adding objects to video >>

* Scientists obtain ‘how to’ guide for producing hair follicles >>
* The earliest airborne mammals may have glided among the dinosaurs 160 million years ago >>
* A 13 million year old skull could show us what our ancestors looked like >>

* Two-Dimensional Versions of High-K Materials Offer New Future for Chips >>
* An AI ‘nose’ can remember different scents >>
* China Working On ‘Repression Network’ Which Lets Cameras Identify Cars With Unprecedented Accuracy >>

* Flexible batteries that can be printed directly onto FABRIC >>
* Trappist-1 could be 9.8 BILLION years old >>
* Night vision technology could help protect birds and bats from deadly collisions with wind turbines >>

* Goldfish go months without oxygen by making alcohol inside cells >>
* Is Russia developing a GPS spoofing system? >>
* House-sized asteroid that will come ‘damn close’ to Earth in October >>

* Toyota allies with Intel to develop self-driving car ecosystem >>
* This guy who recreated his entire high school on Minecraft must have really, really missed it >>
* LG might finally enable FM radios in US phones >>

* Amazon looking into military tech to produce dishes that don’t need refrigeration >>
* Cathleen Morawetz, Mathematician With Real-World Impact, Dies at 94 >>
* Amazon Wants To Use Shipping Containers As Mobile Drone Bases >>

* CRISPR is used to eliminate toxic RNA which could treat RNA related diseases >>
* The top TV show from every year since 1967 >>
* What keeps organizations stuck in the present? >>

* When robots help with shopping >>
* What One Company Learned from Forcing Employees to Use Their Vacation Time >>
* Google cancels all-hands meeting due to safety concerns >>

* Nuclear Expert Considers Risks of Conflict with North Korea >>
* Transport yourself into the world of virtual reality with the Samsung Gear VR headset >>
* Why Netflix videos look so much better than cable TV >>

* Windows 10 will soon work better with some of the most powerful PCs >>
* Stars Orbiting Supermassive Black Hole Show Einstein Was Right Again! >>
* Star Ark: A Living, Self-sustaining Spaceship >>

* Genetically modified pigs as human organ transplantation source >>
* More Provocative Data on MU69 >>
* Sun’s Core Rotates Four Times Faster Than the Solar Surface >>

* Plasma rocket on track to 100 hour firing at 100 kilowatts in 2018 >>
* US can Intercept North Korean ICBMs with 36 deployed interceptors >>
* The Built-in HIL Simulator: A New Concept for Faster Prototyping of Navigation- and Communication-Based Control Systems >>

* This paper battery is powered by bacteria in your spit >>
* As a drill and potential warning, China’s navy just fired dozens of missiles near North Korea >>
* Is Silicon Valley In Denial Over The Threat Of An “Unthinkable” War With North Korea? >>

* The US Government must work with tech companies if it wants to remain competitive in AI >>
* Startup To Put Cellphone Tower on the Moon >>
* Plasticity wants to help chatbots seem less robotic >>

* Netflix in talks with Disney to keep ‘Star Wars’ and Marvel movies >>

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