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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2017

* Elon Musk’s Boring Company gets permission to dig a 10-mile tunnel in Maryland >>
* Google officially flips on Project Loon in Puerto Rico >>
* Apple and AT&T activate LTE Band 8 to give iPhone users in Puerto Rico cellular service by Loon Balloon >>

* Tesla reportedly lands deal to build an EV factory in Shanghai >>
* AdHawk’s Tiny Sensors Could Enable Much Smaller VR Headsets And AR Glasses >>

* Levitating food could soon be floating straight into your mouth >>
* Church that Worships AI God May Be the Way of the Future >>
* Meet the robot that knows KUNG FU >>

* IBM simulates 56 qubit quantum computer which is beyond 49 qubit limit >>
* Space High Ground is better than Hypersonic missiles or new stealth bombers >>
* Samsung Working on Dual Device Charging Pad that will work with both Magnetic Inductive and Resonant Methods >>

* People With Vertigo Find Relief Through Nerve-Stimulating Implant >>
* Adobe is training AI to be a better photo and video editor than you >>
* When you get a stitch in your side, what’s really going on? >>

* NASA scientists just streamlined the search for Earth-like planets >>
* 2 Million IoT Devices Enslaved By Fast-Growing BotNet >>
* New York City ordered to share code for DNA evidence software >>

* What Mongolian Nomads Teach Us About The Digital Future >>
* What can a 24-megapixel selfie camera do for you? >>
* The Way The World Ends: Not With A Bang But A Paperclip >>

* Become fluent in Arduino for less than $30 >>
* Extremely Rare Case: Man’s Artificial Hip Infected with ‘Rabbit Fever’ >>
* The Boomtown That Shouldn’t Exist >>

* “Planet Earth Report” –Lithium is the New Oil to Nuclear-Electromagnetic-Pulse Threat and UFO Mystery >>
* “It’s Something Completely New, Something Previously Unknown to Science” –9.7 Million-Year-Old Teeth Found in Germany Could Reshape Human History >>

* Blue Origin Conducts First Test of BE-4 Engine >>
* Good News Everyone! There Are Fewer Deadly Undiscovered Asteroids Than We Thought >>

* Fast Measuring of Fuel Cell ‘Printing’ will enable economical mass production >>
* “Blue Planet II”: the series (and trailer) >>
* Scientists reverse aging in human cell lines and give theory of aging a new lease of life >>

* Researchers Discover Why Our Metabolism Slows Down As We Age >>
* World’s First Human Head Transplant Will Take Place in December >>
* Does Artificial Intelligence Need More Innate Machinery? >>

* Deep Learning & Robotics >>
* Mars has twisted magnetic ‘tail’: Scientists >>
* Couples therapist says ‘the one’ doesn’t exist — and convincing ourselves otherwise leads to trouble >>

* Economists askingn: what happens to economy if artificial intelligence starts generating original thought? >>
* “Unique in the Solar System”–NASA Detects Mars’ Invisible Tail from “Fossil” Magnetic Fields >>
* Robert Scoble resigns from Transformation Group after sexual harassment allegations >>

* Air-Breathing Aqueous Sulfur Flow Battery for breakthrough ultralow cost energy storage >>
* A sneak peak at radical future user interfaces for phones, computers, and VR >>
* Google’s first custom smartphone chip, transferring neural networks across languages – and more >>

* Take a look at Apple’s first ‘Town Square,’ its most beautiful retail store yet >>
* Ancestry answered the DNA questions 23andMe couldn’t >>
* Tech Giants Are Paying Huge Salaries for Scarce A.I. Talen >>

* Tesla Plans Factory In China, Discounts Insurance For Self-Driving US Cars >>
* Scientists Are Rewriting The History Of Photosynthesis >>
* Air traffic controllers may get a break from non-stop drone reports >>

* Windows 10 now includes anti-cheat protection for games >>
* Wireless charging will make drones always ready to fly >>

* Netflix and BINGE! Streaming site reveals its most speedily-watched shows >>
* VR Surgical Training Platform Osso Wins US Dept. Of Education’s EdSim Prize >>

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