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CSSC Lays Keel for Drone-Carrying Autonomous Research Vessel

The Maritime Executive 26 Jul 2021
The operational objective is to use the ship's drones in a coordinated formation to examine a three-dimensional target - a system that the Southern Ocean Laboratory has named "Intelligent Fast Mobile Ocean Stereo Observation System (IMOSOS).".
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Science and technology is central to strong and lasting Indo-US ties

Hindustan Times 25 Jul 2021
What measures can both countries take to achieve this? First, India and the US need to jointly establish 100 chair professorships in frontier areas such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), genome technology, nanotechnology, deep ocean exploration, quantum computing, clean energy, ...
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The Solitaire Conspiracy: Every Crew, Ranked | Game Rant

Game Rant 23 Jul 2021
With a story of stealth, betrayal, and the balance of power, this game is quite the wild ride for a collection of Solitaire puzzles. RELATED ... Their leader is a hyper-intelligent dolphin. How could they possibly be bad? Well, cleaning up the ocean (metaphorically & literally) is one thing, but playing nice with other spies, not so much ... RELATED ... RELATED.
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VOX POPULI: Humans haven’t learned how to associate with the ‘living ocean’

Asahi News 22 Jul 2021
The eponymous planet larger than Earth is encapsulated by an ocean of gel, which is itself a life form ... The ocean appears to be sentient as well as intelligent, and researchers attempt to establish communication by sinking an electronic device and sending X-ray signals ... Covering 70 percent of Earth, the ocean has nurtured life since time immemorial.
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Column: World War II and America's shark obsession

Gloucester Times 22 Jul 2021
Local newspapers across the country transfixed civilians and servicemen alike with frequent stories of bombed ships and aircraft in the open ocean ... American servicemen became so squeamish about the specter of being eaten during long oceanic campaigns that U.S ... Only 316 men survived the five days in the open ocean.
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Scientists Aim to Build a Detailed Global Seafloor Chart by 2030

The Maritime Executive 21 Jul 2021
The global ocean covers about 71 per cent of our planet and is central to life as it exists on Earth ... We must map the ocean faster ... The ocean frontier ... Then automated data processing and classification tools that leverage artificial intelligence could free up ocean mappers onshore to spend more time solving scientific and applied problems.
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Epicenter Experience Announces Behavioral Intelligence Suite That Delivers an Unparalleled Understanding of Consumer Behavior to ...

Daily Times Chronicle 21 Jul 2021
"The People Platform and our Consumers as a Service (CaaS) approach was our first step, and The Behavioral Intelligence Suite is our second, representing a Blue Ocean opportunity for all companies to differentiate their product offerings, create new demand for their services, and ...
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10 Indian secret agents that went rogue

Yahoo Daily News 19 Jul 2021
Mohanlal Bhaskar was chosen to conduct national intelligence-gathering operations ... vital intelligence ... Sehmat's most critical piece of intelligence was Pakistan's desire to destroy the Indian Navy's INS Viraat, an ocean liner and aircraft carrier of the Centaur class.
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Building a detailed seafloor map to reveal the ocean's unknowns

Phys Dot Org 15 Jul 2021
The global ocean covers about 71 percent of our planet and is central to life as it exists on Earth ... We must map the ocean faster ... The ocean frontier ... Then automated data processing and classification tools that leverage artificial intelligence could free up ocean mappers onshore to spend more time solving scientific and applied problems.
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USM launches Gulf Blue initiative to elevate Mississippi’s Blue Economy

Mississippi Business Journal 15 Jul 2021
Collaborations with private blue tech companies, including Ocean Aero, focused on developing intelligent autonomous underwater vehicles; AI Control Technologies Inc., focused on developing automation for the aquaculture industry; and SeaAhead, a blue tech startup platform; are also key to the success of the Gulf Blue initiative.
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'Sometimes I need to feel like a human being': Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns pens emotional ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jul 2021
Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns has penned emotional essay about stepping away from music amid personal struggles during the Covid-19 pandemic ... I am not. I need to create ... 'Be calm and accept anarchy and rebellion/ intelligence and kindness. Run to the hills or the ocean if you need? Also we're all going to die so try and have some fun,' he concluded ... .
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Giants of the Deep: A Prehistory of Whaling

Resilience 14 Jul 2021
The above quote from the writer Cormac McCarthy neatly sums up our schizophrenic relationship with the giants of the ocean. We recognise that whales, dolphins, orcas and other related mammals are highly intelligent and social animals ... We know now that whales are highly intelligent, sensitive and deeply social.
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Navy kicks off push to replace Canada's beleaguered submarine fleet

Castanet 14 Jul 2021
Jordan Holder said ... Yet the defence policy did not set any money aside for replacements ... “Canada’s submarine force provides a key strategic asset with formidable surveillance and intelligence gathering capabilities, as well as the ability to control or deny access to a substantial ocean or littoral area,” Holder said ... ....
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Navy kicks off long-anticipated push to replace Canada's beleaguered submarine fleet

Moosejaw Today 14 Jul 2021
Jordan Holder said ... Corner Brook previously ran aground in 2011, while a fire broke out on board in 2019 ... “Canada’s submarine force provides a key strategic asset with formidable surveillance and intelligence gathering capabilities, as well as the ability to control or deny access to a substantial ocean or littoral area,” Holder said ... .
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Satellites Can Spy on Microplastics, Researchers Show

Treehugger 12 Jul 2021
Every year, over 8 million metric tons of plastic waste end up in the ocean, where 150 million metric tons of plastic already linger, according to the environmental advocacy group Ocean Conservancy ... In fact, they’re so lightweight that microplastics often travel hundreds of thousands of miles from their point of entry atop raucous ocean currents.

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