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Prime Minister concludes productive Canada-European Union Summit

The Patriotic Vanguard 18 Jun 2021
This included a joint Ocean Partnership Forum to facilitate industry and other stakeholders in sharing their perspectives on how we can better protect and facilitate the sustainable use of our oceans ... The Ocean Partnership Declaration was signed at the Canada-EU Summit in Montréal on July 18, 2019.
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Canada Ponders Entry into World of Foreign Espionage

Voa News 18 Jun 2021
Foreign intelligence gathering has never been a priority for Canada, which enjoys the security of broad oceans to the east and west and a friendly neighbor to the south ... The RCMP quit that role in 1984 when Canada established the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, or CSIS.
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US officials: Iranian ships changing course away from Venezuela

The Hill 18 Jun 2021
Iranian ships that were believed to be on course for Venezuela to deliver weapons have changed course, U.S. officials told Politico ... ADVERTISEMENT. The U.S ... Defense Secretary Lloyd AustinLloyd AustinOvernight Defense ... The two ships, destroyer Sahand and intelligence-gathering vessel Makran, were celebrated by Iran when they reached the Atlantic Ocean.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace historic sea journey

Shenzhen Daily 17 Jun 2021
The 50-foot (15-meter) trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Ocean Lakes Family Campground celebrates 50-year milestone with commemorative book

The Post and Courier 17 Jun 2021
MYRTLE BEACH — There's something about finding a shaded area under a Live Oak at Ocean Lakes Family Campground that just tops summer vacation in Myrtle Beach ... 544 to 859 traditional campsites with 2,571 annual lease sites is chronicled in a softback book titled "Ocean Lakes ... Ocean Lakes book ... Ocean Lakes ... • Ocean Lakes has 22 miles of paved roads.
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Holgado to lead Make a Mark refugee archery programme for Paris 2024

Inside The Games 17 Jun 2021
"I went back home, digested everything and convinced myself that maybe it was going to be a drop in the ocean, but that drop was important.". Campriani, a senior figure in the IOC sports intelligence department, has been coaching three shooters since 2019 in his spare time and admits it has also helped him after retirement from competition ... .
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Robotic ship aims to retrace the Mayflower’s journey

Chicago Sun-Times 16 Jun 2021
an electric “tongue” that can provide instant analysis of the ocean’s chemistry, called Hypertaste ... The 50-foot trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Autonomous Subs Are Collecting Data For 'Google Earth of the Oceans'

Interesting Engineering 16 Jun 2021
... percent of which — in a bid to democratize knowledge of the world's oceans, a explains ... The Texas firm's main pitch is that it will make it substantially easier to map the world's oceans by using artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze the data it collects.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower's journey

Rapid City Journal 16 Jun 2021
The 50-foot trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation ... an electric "tongue" that can provide instant analysis of the ocean's chemistry, called Hypertaste.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower’s journey

Federal News Radio 16 Jun 2021
The 50-foot (15-meter) trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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IBM-powered Mayflower autonomous ship sets sail across the Atlantic

Democratic Underground 16 Jun 2021
The Mayflower Autonomous Ship, which was completed and launched in September, is an artificial intelligence, solar-powered marine research vessel that'll sail across oceans to collect environmental data.
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New Robot Mayflower' Ship Begins Voyage Recreating Original Route

Beijing News 16 Jun 2021
ProMare co-founder and project director Brett Phaneuf said the ship is designed to test a variety of different technologies, as well as research the ocean. Computing and artificial intelligence systems supplied by IBM - and more commonly used by financial services firms - help it make decisions at sea without human help.
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Robotic Ship Sets Off to Retrace the Mayflower's Journey to New England

NBCBayArea 15 Jun 2021
The 50-foot trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation ... The monetary incentive helps reduce the amount of plastic going into the world's oceans.
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New Robot ‘Mayflower’ Ship Begins Voyage Recreating Original Route

The Wire Network 15 Jun 2021
ProMare co-founder and project director Brett Phaneuf said the ship is designed to test a variety of different technologies, as well as research the ocean. Computing and artificial intelligence systems supplied by IBM — and more commonly used by financial services firms — help it make decisions at sea without human help.
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Australian Science Agency Nixes Tie-Up With Chinese Lab Over Submarine Warfare Concerns

Caixin Online 15 Jun 2021
The decision came a few weeks after Mike Burgess, director-general of the Australian Security Intelligence Organization, called on research organizations to reconsider ocean temperature modelling partnerships with foreign scientists, warning they could be used to support submarine operations against Australia, the report said.
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