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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2017

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* F.D.A. Approves Second Gene-Altering Treatment for Cancer >>
* Smart Power Electronic Converters May Help Stabilize the Grid >>
* Turning the Optical Fiber Network into a Giant Earthquake Sensor >>

* Stunning AI Breakthrough Takes Us One Step Closer To The Singularity >>
* The Most Cringe-Inducing Surgical Robots from IEEE’s Intelligent Robots Conference >>
* Alphabet invests $1 billion in Lyft >>

* Toyota applies long range fuel cell tech to its latest minivan concept >>
* Ai Experts Want To End ‘black Box’ Algorithms In Government >>
* Dinosaur dung ‘fertilized the planet’ and helped larger animals move around the globe, study >>

* Computing and the Fermi Paradox: A New Idea Emerges—The Aliens Are All Asleep >>
* GDF15 gene related protein reduces weight in animals and is promising human obesity treatment >>
* Nanomedicine researchers target disease at the molecular level >>

* Octopus-Inspired Camouflage for Soft Robotics >>
* Elon Musk’s Boring company readies its second, poetic tunnel digger >>
* How to build the future: Talks from TED#Brightline >>

* New drug could be a functional ‘CURE’ for HIV by shutting down the ‘turbo engine’ that drives the virus’s spread >>

* How ‘virtual fences’ are helping to stop baboon raids in South Africa >>
* Leading brain-training game improves memory and attention better than competing method >>
* Our Education Efforts Are Evolving >>

* Stable Lava Tube Could Provide A Potential Human Habitat On The Moon >>
* More Evidence Presented In Defense Of Planet 9 >>
* Mosquitoes evolved to fly away with blood—without you ever noticing; The secret is in their flight. >>

* “Still a Puzzle” –Organics-Rich Region on Ceres Found to Be Native to the Dwarf Planet (VIDEO) >>
* S.S. Gene Cernan: Space Station Resupply Ship Named for Last Man on the Moon >>
* Neutron star collisions may have created most of the gold in the universe >>

* China aims to outspend the world in artificial intelligence, and Xi Jinping just green lit the plan >>
* Google’s Machine Learning Software Has Learned to Replicate Itself >>
* Toyota’s new self-driving cars will chat with drivers >>

* NASA’s Robotic Psyche Mission To Communicate Using Lasers –“Think of It As a Telescope at the Core of an Extinct Planet” >>
* Amazon’s largest wind farm yet is up and running in Texas >>
* Gene therapy for advanced lymphoma gets FDA approval >>

* The brain training game that can help people understand speech in noisy places, and it is THREE TIMES more effective than wearing a hearing aid >>
* We evolved to be JEALOUS: Scientists pinpoint envy in the brain of monkeys >>

* The mass extinction that might never have happened >>
* Is an extra world hidden on the edge of our solar system? Evidence that Planet Nine DOES exist piles up >>
* How ‘virtual fences’ are helping to stop baboon raids in South Africa >>

* A cancer treatment that’s part of ‘a big new field of medicine’ just got approved >>
* Scientists think relationships that start online may have a huge advantage over relationships that start in real life >>

* Scientists Just Found The Perfect Spot To Build An Underground Colony On The Moon >>
* AI-powered Pholio hard drive is an offline alternative to Google Photos >>
* The polity that is New Zealand >>

* MongoDB shares pop 25% in its public market debut >>
* Lifeliqe Wants To Turn Schools Into VR Development Centers >>
* The Social Matrix: How The Cloud Can Activate A Billion Virtual Reality Users >>

* What AI Can Really Do Right Now >>
* Discovery of 50km cave raises hopes for human colonisation of moon >>
* Coda is a next-generation spreadsheet designed to make Excel a thing of the past >>

* Solar-powered Noe Hill Smarthome is an eco-friendly dream in San Francisco >>
* Butterfly wings inspire a better way to absorb light in solar panels >>
* BBC will use machine learning to cater to what audiences want to watch >>

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