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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 October 2017

* Scientists used human stem cells to build a new rat intestine >>
* Q&A: Douglas Hofstadter on why AI is far from intelligent >>
* Researchers develop digestible sensors for monitoring the gastrointestinal tract >>

* Bill Gates is determined to keep low-income students in school >>
* The stock market is run by wild robots we don’t fully control >>

* SpaceX just landed the 12th Falcon 9 rocket of 2017, 18 in Total >>
* Stem cells capable of becoming ANY part of the body are created by British scientists >>
* The Artificial Intelligence Gap Is Getting Narrower >>

* The origami-inspired bots that could perform surgery >>
* Look up to your role models in VR with “The Female Planet” >>
* Mark Zuckerberg just announced Oculus’s first standalone VR headset >>

* Nvidia says its new supercomputer will enable the highest level of automated driving >>
* The Oculus Rift is getting a customizable VR home room and desktop window support >>
* If Mike Pence wants to send NASA back to the Moon, he’ll need to find a way to pay for it >>

* A Fitbit for the Stomach >>
* Next Army Combat Vehicle will use lighter armor, more active protection and lasers >>
* Spacex Sets Oct. 11 Sunset Blastoff Of Ses-11 North American Uhd Tv Sat On Used Falcon 9 Rocket: Watch Live >>

* North Korea could have up to 60 nuclear weapons >>
* Sony Bringing Back Aibo Team to Develop New Robot Dog >>
* Stress-Testing a Hypothetical Global Grid >>

* How Amazon, Google, Microsoft, And IBM Sell AI As A Service >>
* Oculus’ VR avatars are coming to Daydream and Steam in 2018 >>

* Facebook “3D Posts” let you play with VR objects in News Feed >>
* A purrfect alternative to those who are allergic to cat cuddles >>
* Facebook brings VR to your office with the ‘Oculus for Business’ pack >>

* Oculus says high-end Santa Cruz wireless VR headset will ship next year to developers >>
* Oculus For Business launches to help enterprises build VR >>
* Facebook is working on VR ‘Venues’ for live concerts >>

* Oculus Go is a $199 VR headset that doesn’t require a phone >>
* Ai Sumo Wrestlers Could Make Future Robots More Nimble >>
* Brain waves reflect different types of learning >>

* The era of AI — and the technologies that will deliver it >>
* Roku’s new channel with free movies and TV goes live for all >>
* Smart bakeware tells you when your cheesecake is ready >>

* MIT Camera Could Let Self-Driving Cars See Around Corners >>
* Scientists Can Read a Bird’s Brain and Predict Its Next Song >>
* OxygenOS Telemetry Lets OnePlus Tie Phones To Individual Users >>

* Air New Zealand turns on in flight Wi-Fi >>
* Laser makes terahertz waves from liquid water >>
* How will we face being defeated by machines? >>

* Seeing the next dimension of computer chips >>
* Pornhub is using machine learning to automatically tag its 5 million videos >>

* Flexible sensors can detect movement in GI tract >>
* CRISPR Is on the Cusp of Eradicating a Host of Diseases >>
* Age Reversal Breakthrough >>

* “What New Species Will Evolve After Earth’s 6th Mass Extinction?” –Ancient Supercontinent of Pangaea Yields Clues >>
* The Alien Observatory –“Taking the Search for Extraterrestrial Life to a New Level” (WATCH Video) >>
* Movie Trilogies Get Worse with Each Film. Book Trilogies Get Better. >>

* OC4: Facebook Spaces Hits Other Platforms ‘Soon’, New Features Announced >>
* Star Wars: Secrets Of The Empire Tickets Now On Sale >>
* OC4: Oculus Announces Massive Rift Core 2.0 Update >>

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