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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2017

* First Moon colonists could be molemen living giant 50km cave >>
* A home test kit may let you diagnose endometriosis years earlier >>

* Moving machinery using mind power alone >>
* Is Amazon planning to TRACK its workers? Patent filed by the firm reveals designs for ultrasonic wristbands that monitor performance >>
* Entirely automated giant 3D printing and robotics rocket factory >>

* Giving Away Billions as Fast as They Can >>
* Bill Gates will invest more than $1 billion in public schools — but he’ll have to learn from Mark Zuckerberg’s mistake >>
* $6 TRILLION INVESTMENT CHIEF: The next recession is years away >>

* The Air Force is testing new weapons tech on its F-22 stealth fighter >>
* Yoga + Aerobics Doubles Heart Benefits >>

* It’s getting harder to be optimistic >>
* New graphene nano-ribbons lend sensors unprecedented sensitivity >>
* Breakthrough in ultra-fast data processing at nanoscale >>

* New machine learning system can automatically identify shapes of red blood cells >>
* Your computer has no idea what you’re feeling—that needs to change >>
* Gene editing in the brain gets a major upgrade >>

* Liquid metal discovery ushers in new wave of chemistry and electronics >>
* Ocean Life Likely to Survive 6th Mass Extinction –“But With Fewer Species” >>
* Robotic Asteroid Mining: Bootstrapping the Solar System Economy >>

* Meltwater From Glaciers May Have Flowed on Ancient Mars >>
* Space Station Astronauts Are Taking a Spacewalk Today: Watch It Live >>
* Bigelow And Ula Are Sending A Habitat To Lunar Orbit By 2022 >>

* Carbon Nanotubes Make Big Push in Plasmonic Circuits >>
* Does Age Discrimination in Tech Start at 40? >>

* We Need Computers with Empathy >>
* Spacex BFR and developing the high ground is the geopolitical game changer >>
* Using US advantages over North Korea which is one hundred times less than the Soviets >>

* Your memories are less accurate than you think >>
* Bugs are buzzing off, and that’s very bad >>
* MasterCard has finally realized that signatures are obsolete and stupid >>

* 3.5 million fewer Americans have health insurance since Trump became president >>
* Adobe’s Scribbler AI automatically colorizes any portrait >>
* Video games for your dog are finally here >>

* Galactic Gardening Can Relieve Stress in Space >>
* The best plug-in smart outlet >>
* Vodafone’s introducing a zero-rating scheme too >>

* BBC to Reinvent Programming With AI Assistance >>
* Elon’s Musk Air Freshener Makes Your Car Smell Like a Billion Dollars >>
* On the Google Book Scanning Project and the Library We Will Never See >>

* NASA study will help identify potentially habitable planets >>
* What washing dishes, driving a truck and working in a cemetery taught me about the power of ‘blue-collar’ software >>
* Intel and Amazon partner on voice recognition tech >>

* Gene circuit switches on inside cancer cells, triggers immune attack >>
* Disney’s ‘Star Wars: Jedi Challenges’ AR headset is going to be one of the hottest tech toys this year >>

* Elon Musk gets go-ahead for first segment of underground Hyperloop route from New York to DC >>
* Google’s quantum computing plans threatened by IBM curveball >>
* DNA Techniques Could Transform Facial Recognition Technology >>

* Would YOU fly on a plane with ‘superbendy’ wings? NASA tests bizarre design it says could boost fuel efficiency >>
* Mars has a TAIL: NASA mission discovers ‘twisted magnetotail’ unlike any other in the solar system >>
* Return of the Mac: Updated mini version of the Apple fan favourite is on the way, according to email from CEO Tim Cook >>

* Spacewalk scare as astronauts replacing blurry camera on Space ordered back inside after ‘lifeline’ tether found to be frayed and backup jetpack malfunctions >>
* The ‘super hero’ swimming robot that could help clean up Fukushima by mapping the nuclear disaster zone and finding radioactive waste >>
* Richard Branson’s artificial reef created features 80 foot steel sculpture of sea monster >>

* ‘Assassin’ molecules drive cancer cells to self-destruct >>

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