Latest News for: Ocean intelligence


In Poland, discovery of fragments of a balloon, which could be a “spy balloon”

The Eastern Herald 04 Jun 2023
In Poland, not far from a large military unit, fragments of a balloon with Cyrillic inscriptions were found ... It is not the first time ... In particular, we are talking about the incident in February, when an American F-22 fighter shot down a Chinese balloon over the Atlantic Ocean. The Pentagon believed the balloon was gathering intelligence information.

What's on? 10 top TV and streaming tips for Sunday

RTE 04 Jun 2023
. Pick of the Day. Britain's Got Talent Final, 7.30pm, Virgin Media One ... "I'm feeling brilliant," he said ... "Thank you very much." ... Don’t Miss ... Spy in the Ocean, 7.00pm, BBC One ... The first episode features the most intelligent animals in the ocean, including sperm whales and octopuses, which are shown using improvised tools to fend off rivals ... .

The lost treasures of the Titanic: From a Steinway piano to a gold necklace made ...

The Daily Mail 03 Jun 2023
The firm now intends to use artificial intelligence to identify the owners of the necklace in addition to numerous other objects without taking it out of the ocean ... The ship's stern (the back) is a twisted mess of metal, after it hit the ocean floor still rotating in a counter-clockwise direction.

New theory may explain Earth's oxygen-rich atmosphere and the late evolution of animal life

Phys Dot Org 01 Jun 2023
The first major evolutionary event of animal life occurred during an event dubbed the Shuram Excursion—between 570 and 550 million years ago—which is believed to represent a massive release of carbon dioxide and oxygen into the atmosphere and oceans as a result of increasing ocean phosphorus levels.

A Spy Creature Gets Its Shell Home Stolen In BBC’s New "Spy In The Ocean"

IFL Science 31 May 2023
Chuck a camera operator amongst a group of dolphins and they’re going to know something’s up, but what if you could convince them that there’s nothing but nature all around them? Enter the BBC's latest wildlife series, Spy In The Ocean ... El Niño And Extreme Atlantic Ocean Heat Are About To Clash.

Why We Need Better Anchoring Systems for Floating Offshore Wind

The Maritime Executive 30 May 2023
Located in deep waters, these large floating structures must withstand the relentless push and pull of the ocean while maintaining stability to ensure ongoing energy generation ... Susan Gourvenec is the Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies - Intelligent & Resilient Ocean Engineering, University of Southampton ... ....

A manipulative ‘Guest’ overstays her welcome

The Day 28 May 2023
Sometimes there is cruelty in her calculations — the desperation of Margaret, whom she meets at a club, is so unappealing that Alex turns down her offer of shelter — but it is also clear that Alex is perceptive and intelligent ... Swimming alone in the ocean, she finds herself farther from shore than she’d meant to go ... Post your comment Cancel reply ... .

Emerging role of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) in modern naval warfare

Financial Express 26 May 2023
Such buoyancy propelled gliders have a saw-tooth pattern across the ocean surface while stealthily moving across the oceans, with a very low self-noise and a small acoustic cross section. These gliders can cover up to a kilometre in a day, thus also giving a high spatial resolution of ocean information.

Wagner group hands over Bakhmut to Russian army

Dawn 26 May 2023
Japan said it had scrambled fighter jets after detecting Russian “intelligence gathering” ... Japan scrambled fighter jets on Thursday after Russian “intelligence-gathering” aircraft were detected off its coasts along the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Japan, the country’s Joint Staff said.

Microsoft claims Chinese hackers are targeting vital US infrastructure

TechRadar 26 May 2023
Guam is an unincorporated territory of the United States in the Micronesia subregion of the western Pacific Ocean, relatively close to Taiwan. To achieve their goal of espionage and intelligence gathering, while at the same time remaining undetected for as long as possible, the ...

Japan says scrambled fighter jets after Russian planes spotted

News24 25 May 2023
Tokyo says Russian ‘intelligence-gathering’ aircraft spotted near its coasts along the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Japan ... .

US critical infrastructure hacked, Chinese government-backed group blamed

Press TV 25 May 2023
The group, it said, targeted organizations from telecommunications to transportation hubs, Western intelligence agencies and Microsoft itself, as well as the crucial US military outpost of Guam in the Pacific Ocean ... "It means they are preparing for that possibility," added John Hultquist, who heads threat analysis at Google's Mandiant Intelligence.

Moscow 'sends fighter jets to intercept US strategic bombers over the Baltic Sea' – hours ...

The Daily Mail 25 May 2023
Similarly, Japan said it had scrambled fighter jets after detecting Russian 'intelligence gathering' planes off its coastline along the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Japan ... Similarly, Japan said it had scrambled fighter jets after detecting Russian 'intelligence gathering' planes off its coastline along the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Japan ... .

Depression by social media, death by AI

Financial Express 25 May 2023
... intelligence ... Stuart Russell, a professor of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley, constructed an example of the UN asking an AGI (artificial general intelligence) to help de-acidify the oceans, specifying that any by-products be non-toxic and not harm fish.

Will the UK’s space industry survive the collapse of Virgin Orbit?

The National 25 May 2023
The collapse of British billionaire Sir Richard Branson’s satellite firm Virgin Orbit this week has thrown the future of the UK’s space industry into jeopardy ... However, the firm’s LauncherOne rocket failed to reach orbit and saw its payload of US and UK intelligence satellites plunge into the ocean ... “Space is not easy ... May 25, 2023, 6.37 PM. Space ... ....

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