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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 October 2017

* Hyperloop One becomes ‘Virgin Hyperloop One’ with Virgin Group investment >>
* The flying eye hospital >>
* The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has begun operation—turning carbon dioxide into stone >>

* Scientists just used brain stimulation to change how people think >>
* Feed this robot bricks and it will conjure up beautifully patterned brick roads >>
* Microsoft and Facebook’s next big thing looks a lot like a famous ’90s Microsoft flop >>

* What Have Gravitational-Wave Detectors Discovered? Find Out Monday >>
* Toyota’s fuel-cell big rigs are ready to haul cargo >>
* Vehicle-to-vehicle communication networks can help fuel smart cities >>

* Samsung’s latest imaging sensors may rid smartphones of camera bumps >>
* Oculus Go: The $200 standalone headset VR needs >>
* This Handheld Holograph Generator Is Kind Of Mind-Blowing >>

* Mitsubishi Ponders Putting Projectors and Displays On Cars To Boost Safety >>
* This robot can climb fences, stairs, and even open doors >>
* TensorFlow Lattice ensures your machine learning models follow global trends >>

* The last common ancestor of humans and apes swung through the trees like a GIBBON 7 million years ago and was far smaller than first thought >>
* Caesarean sections cause obesity and microbiome changes in mice >>
* The ‘Amazon effect’ is coming to oil markets >>

* “Chaotic Dynamics” –China Scientists Make New Discoveries for the Three-Body Problem: ‘The 3rd Great Revolution in Physics’ >>
* Six New Pulsars in Milky Way Found by China’s New FAST Telescope (WATCH Video) >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 11, 2017: Spacex From The Ground Up By Chris Prophet >>
* Watch A House-sized Asteroid Pass Close To Earth Tonight (October 11/12) >>
* A NASA satellite that monitors CO2 is revealing the inner workings of our planet >>

* SpaceX blasts off (and lands) recycled rocket in its second launch in three days >>
* Sulfur could make lithium batteries safer and cheaper >>
* Pornhub unveils new technology that can recognize thousands of pornstars’ faces >>

* Record fastest pulse at 53 attoseconds >>
* The Customer Engagement Revolution >>
* Controlled by a synthetic gene circuit, self-assembling bacteria build working electronic sensors >>

* SpaceX successfully launches and recovers third reused rocket >>
* Origami inspired robots can be swallowed and perform internal surgery >>
* Intel delivers 17 qubit superconducting chip >>

* Your Secret Weapon to Building Successful IoT & Industry 4.0 Apps >>
* Alibaba to Spend $15 Billion on Moonshot projects with AI and Quantum Computer focus >>
* The 2018 Honda Odyssey Turns The Screens On Your Passengers >>

* ‘We think autonomous coding is a very real thing’ – GitHub CEO imagines a future without programmers >>
* The first smallpox vaccine changed the world—but we’re still not sure what was in it >>
* These are the most beautiful pictures of bugs you will ever see >>

* Nasa’s Co2-tracking Satellite Deconstructs Earth’s Carbon Cycle >>
* Scientists Find Universe’s Missing Atoms >>
* Damon Feldman on combining a data hub and data lake >>

* Artificial intelligence and advances in data warehousing >>
* At Oculus’ Developer Summit, Vr Progress Is A Game Of Inches >>
* Ozone layer recovery could be delayed by 30 years due to increasing emissions of harmful chemicals from China >>

* Dogs really CAN smell fear >>
* Rare giant moths as big as your HAND are heading to the UK, and experts want your help to track them >>
* Project granted $12m to ‘cut the cord’ on charging electric vehicles >>

* Phase Shifter Technology and Applications >>
* Richard Branson to invest in Hyperloop One >>
* Elon Musk might have another $50 billion company on his hands >>

* Light Therapy May Help Some With Bipolar Disorder >>
* Silicon Valley’s Radical Machine Cult >>
* Here’s The First Full Trailer For ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ >>

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