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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2018

* Elon Musk Q&A in Under 12 Minutes at SXSW 2018 >>
* Future dialysis patients could grow their own artificial veins >>
* X Prize announces $10 million competition to spur development of robot avatars >>

* Farmland gene editors want cows without horns, pigs without tails, and business without regulations >>
* This mat lets you walk on water >>
* Airspace Systems to take down dangerous drones with other drones >>

* SXSW 2018: The Future of AI Assistants >>
* Super-resolution microscopy captures images in both space and time >>
* $10m prize to let you feel what a distant robot is feeling >>

* Spiking Neural Networks, the Next Generation of Machine Learning >>
* Understanding the inner workings of neural networks >>
* Insect-Like Robot Learns to Adjust Its Walk On the Fly >>

* L’Oréal’s Skinceuticals system makes lab-grade serums just for your skin >>
* AliveCor wearables may detect unsafe potassium levels in the future >>
* Science Just Got Closer to Finding Our Empathy Genes >>

* Internet will be ‘weaponised at scale’ by criminals unless better regulated, warns Tim Berners-Lee >>
* DNA tests can predict intelligence, scientists show for first time >>
* Gene breakthrough could lead to new breast cancer treatments >>

* Inspired by slug slime, this surgical glue is strong enough to patch up a beating heart >>
* Fifteen New Planets Discovered Orbiting a Red Dwarf Star >>
* AI Will Colonize the Galaxy by the 2050s, According to the “Father of Deep Learning” >>
* Here Come The $4,000 Homes That Can Be Printed In Less Than 24 Hours >>

* Twilio launches Flex, a fully programmable contact center >>
* Hyperconverger Nutanix gobbles Netsil >>
* Get tooled up before grappling with Google’s Spanner database >>

* Former Docker CEO Ben Golub joins Storj as Executive Chairman and interim CEO >>
* Automation is the newest disruptor in the technology industry >>

* You Can Hunt for Alien Planets in Kepler Data Using Newly Released Google Code >>
* Antimatter in Motion >>
* Bitcoin Is Ridiculous. Blockchain Is Dangerous >>

* Lunar Origin Story Could Support Wet-Moon Findings >>
* An Electro-Blob Under Africa May Be ‘Ground Zero’ for Earth’s Magnetic Field Reversal >>
* Space Exploration is Not Just for Billionaires >>

* Trump Praises Commercial Space Industry at Cabinet Meeting >>
* Applications and Evolution of EMP/HEMP Filter Technologies >>
* Smart Home Security >>

* ‘Westworld’ mobile game open for pre-registration; Run your twisted AI theme park from your smartphone >>
* SpaceX Payload Efficiency is Superior >>
* Programmable Molecular Fabrication of trillions of functionalized carbon nanotubes >>
* Based upon his father’s lifespan Xi Jinping will be President of China until 2043 >>

* Are you Falcon sure, Elon? Musk vows Big Rocket will go up 2019 >>
* How to follow as your favorite shows come and go from Netflix >>
* Siri Co-founder is Surprised By How Much Siri Still Can’t Do >>

* China’s law enforcement expands use of facial recognition glasses >>
* Rise of robots and automation >>
* Amazon’s Alexa Is Coming To an Office Near You >>

* Watch this Falcon Heavy reel including core landing miss >>
* Intel Fights For Its Future >>
* Westworld season 2 launched at SXSW >>

* How Volvo Reinvented Itself Through Hiring >>
* Microsoft confirms Cortana integration, message translation coming to Teams later this year >>
* Quest to Bring 3-D Printed Homes to the Developing World >>

* Hide your wives: This robot can analyse any song and dance to the beat almost perfectly >>
* Bose’s AR sunglasses are the complete opposite of Google Glass and that’s really smart >>
* CRISPR modified mosquitoes don’t transmit malaria to humans >>

* At tech-centric SXSW, technology is now getting a skeptical look >>
* #SXSW2018 >>
* Flying over the Earth at Night II >>

* Panasonic designed blinders for the digital age >>
* Meet the women inventing the future in the TechMAKERS mini-series >>
* Guardian view on nuclear fusion: a moment of truth >>

* Truth is that artificial intelligence is neither artificial nor intelligent. A.I. is made out of people. >>
* Scientists map the ‘fingerprints’ of the brain in premature babies >>
* One Shining AI Moment: when machine learning meets your bracket >>

* Jeff Bezos says he’ll spend the billions he’s made through Amazon to help make space travel cheaper >>
* Toxic microplastics are being flushed into our oceans far faster than thought due to the flooding of urban rivers, warn scientists >>
* New Tech Options are Helping Seniors Age in Place >>

* We need to be mindful as we develop thought-reading tech >>
* Four Years After Declaring War on Pollution, China Is Winnin >>
* Scientists use nanotechnology to detect molecular biomarker for osteoarthritis >>

* Elon Musk Talks SpaceX’s BFR Rocket for Mars at SXSW >>
* Elon Musk gets approval to start digging futuristic tunnel in D.C. >>
* Elon Musk: The Danger of AI is Much Greater Than Nuclear Warheads. We Need Regulatory Oversight Of AI Development >>
* Elon Musk still thinks a Mars colony will save us from a future dark age >>
* Elon Musk at SXSW: SpaceX will ‘do short trips’ to Mars by 2019 >>

* It’s Really Hard to Give AI “Common Sense” >>
* An inside look at how Sweden is building the world’s second-longest tunnel >>
* Apple Maps now includes bike-sharing locations in 179 cities >>

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