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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 Janurary 2018

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* World-first: Drone drops ‘rescue pod’ for stranded swimmers >>
* Designing Customizable Self-Folding Swarm Robots >>
* Reinventing the wheel, robots, drones and transportation with the Revolve Foldable wheel >>

* Bitcoin bubble could be a billion-dollar problem for banks >>
* Build a social media dashboard using machine learning and BI services >>
* Combining the best results of 18 different cancer algorithms boosts treatability from 60% to over 80% >>

* A New Way To Track Down Bugs Could Help Save Iot >>
* Microwaves in Britain generate as much carbon dioxide as 1.3 million cars, study shows >>
* Blood test could use DNA to spot early-stage cancers, study shows >>

* Tracking a thought’s fleeting trip through the brain >>
* Why Russia is Building Its Own Internet >>

* SpaceX now targeting Friday or the weekend for Falcon Heavy static fire test >>
* NASA tests small nuclear reactor that could power a habitat on Mars >>

* The Future of Human Work Is Imagination, Creativity, and Strategy >>
* Japan’s robot expo sparks debate on future of work >>
* The Future (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series) >>

* CES 2018: AI Fertility >>
* ICEYE’s ‘suitcase space radar’ returns first image >>
* US Army plans to successfully revamp and future weapons that ten times better than today >>

* Google AutoML makes adding AI as simple as drag and drop >>
* Microsoft’s new drawing bot is an AI artist >>
* Google will consider load times in mobile search rankings >>

* Hackers are attacking the electric grid >>
* How machine learning can be used to write more secure computer programs >>
* Breakthrough test that could give ‘unambiguous evidence of life on another world’ – without having to send samples back to Earth >>

* Using TensorFlow to keep farmers happy and cows healthy >>
* VMware puts its focus on Android enterprise >>
* Adidas joins Carbon’s board as its 3D printed shoes finally drop >>

* Neutron-Star Merger Afterglow Continues to Brighten >>
* Microbial Life in the Solar System Can Now Be Directly Detected >>

* US Air Force’s New Missile-Warning Satellite Launching Tonight: Watch It Live >>
* Lunar Fountain? Accessible Ice Could Lurk in Moon’s Lava Tubes >>
* German Scientists Create Ultrafast Robot Arms from DNA >>

* What Silicon Valley Tech Jobs Pay the Highest Salaries? >>
* Bringing luxury perks to co-living life, Ollie raises cash to expand >>
* Researchers Successfully 3D Print and Implant Artificial Trachea without Tissue Scaffolds into Rats >>

* Why A $38 Billion Tax Payment Is A Good Deal For Apple >>
* Tons of LIDARs at CES 2018 >>
* Singapore creates AI, robotics, data analytics and IoT lab >>

* Global income inequality 2018 report >>
* Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy The Wild Ride >>

* NASA: 2017 was Earth’s second-warmest year since 1880 >>
* Global Warming Predictions May Now Be a Lot Less Uncertain >>
* Cancer Diagnosis From A Blood Draw? Liquid Biopsies Are Still A Dream >>

* Spectre CPU patches can cause unwanted reboots, Intel warns >>
* Amazon Music Unlimited is getting even more unlimited >>
* This social robot brings the digital world to your grandparents >>

* Ai Beat Humans At Reading! Maybe Not >>
* Dell announces partnership with AR headset-maker Meta to start selling its dev kit >>

* First human CRISPR study in the US could begin soon >>
* What We’ve Already Learned About The Future Of Cars In 2018 >>
* AI ‘scientist’ finds that toothpaste ingredient may help fight drug-resistant malaria >>

* Scientists Move Closer to a Universal Flu Vaccine >>
* Selfie helps police in Canada catch and convict a killer >>
* Giant ‘potentially Hazardous’ Asteroid Will Whiz By Earth So Close We Can See Inside It >>

* Google’s Fi low-cost wireless service adds unlimited data >>
* 10 futuristic appliances that will be on your 2018 wishlist >>
* Online tech meets offline shopping at retail’s big show >>

* Amazon Studios will start going after big-budget movies instead of indie films as part of a strategy shift >>
* British quadriplegic has microchip embedded in his body to give him his independence back >>
* Here’s how Hawaii’s emergency alert design led to a false alarm >>

* Honda’s HoloLens demo was the first time I’ve found AR to be really useful >>
* Future Cars Might Be Mirrorless, Using Cameras and AI Tech To Navigate Instead >>
* We Need to Open the AI Black Box Before It’s Too Late >>

* Pentagon Imagery Analysts Are Concerned That Machines Are Coming for Their Jobs >>
* FDA Approved an Algorithm That Predicts Death >>
* Hasselblad’s crazy 400-megapixel camera does have a purpose (23,200 x 17,400, 2.4GB file size) >>

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