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Mayflower Autonomous Ship arrives in Plymouth after successfully crossing Atlantic Ocean

The Patriot Ledger 01 Jul 2022
This vessel will be guided by only artificial intelligence ... The ship runs on solar power and artificial intelligence and serves as a research vessel. It collected data on the health of the ocean on its trip from England and will continue to study the ocean from its base in Plymouth.
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'Octopus boom' in British waters for the first time in 70 years: Divers and fishermen ...

The Daily Mail 01 Jul 2022
Octopuses and humans share 'jumping genes' ... Advertisement ... 'They are such amazing, alien creatures – one of the most intelligent animals in our oceans – and to witness a population explosion in our local waters would be incredible.' ... Once hatched, they drift off with ocean currents and have to fend for themselves. RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... .
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Population of rare octopus booms on south coast

The Times/The Sunday Times 01 Jul 2022
“They are such amazing, alien creatures – one of the most intelligent animals in our oceans – and to witness a population explosion in our local waters ...
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India needs to have a strong maritime system: Ajit Doval

Suryaa 30 Jun 2022
He said that intelligence agencies had provided crucial information regarding security issues ... Doval said that foreign intelligence makes efforts for espionage, sabotage and subvert and it couldn't be denied. He further said that Indian ocean ...
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'Octopus boom': Cornish fishermen report bumper sightings for first time in 70 years

The Daily Telegraph 30 Jun 2022
Matt Slater, marine conservation officer at Cornwall Wildlife Trust, said ... “They are such amazing, alien creatures – one of the most intelligent animals in our oceans – and to witness a population explosion in our local waters would be incredible.”. .
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The Mayflower has landed! Crewless robotic ship embarked on the same 3,500-mile journey taken by ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jun 2022
The Mayflower has docked at Plymouth Rock yet again ... The $1.3 million vessel did not carry any humans on board, just an artificial intelligent system to power and navigate it across the Atlantic Ocean ... The Mayflower has docked at Plymouth Rock yet again ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Octopus sightings surge in Cornwall waters

BBC News 30 Jun 2022
Unusually high numbers of octopus have been seen along the Cornish coast this month ... Matt Slater, marine conservation officer at CWT, said ... "They are such amazing, alien creatures - one of the most intelligent animals in our oceans - and to witness a population explosion in our local waters would be incredible." ... Mr Slater said ... Top Stories ... .
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Instagram and Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills

Atlantic City 28 Jun 2022
General mentions of abortion pills, as well as posts mentioning specific versions such as mifepristone and misoprostol, suddenly spiked Friday morning across Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and TV broadcasts, according to an analysis by the media intelligence firm Zignal Labs.
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EXCLUSIVE: 'Their presence alone is a serious national security issue.' Dozens of sailors confirm their ...

The Daily Mail 27 Jun 2022
Navy chiefs have tried to explain away the incident, with the Deputy Director for Naval Intelligence saying he was 'reasonably confident' the objects were drones ... And he warned that unless the government can determine who was behind the swarm, the intelligence failure would 'dwarf our mistakes made surrounding the events of 9/11.'.
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Recity and AWS are reclaiming cities through tech-led waste management solutions

Your Story 17 Jun 2022
With the assistance of key stakeholders, they began to divert waste from landfills and Environmentally Vulnerable Points (EVPs) such as hills, oceans, forests, and more ... Recity’s efforts to automate the waste ecosystem are powered by its technology solution, Waste Intelligence.
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Editorial: The other Grand Canyon: Good for the Biden administration for moving to protect a ...

Finger Lakes Times 17 Jun 2022
The people of Gotham, who’ve done their share of shouting at the oceans of late as the sea levels rise and ... We are enthusiasts of offshore wind farms and would never rule out intelligent resource extraction in some parts of the ocean, but we proudly carry water for this idea.
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Equilibrium/Sustainability — Support for plant meats doesn’t translate to buying

The Hill 17 Jun 2022
and China said they teamed up to map oil pollution across the Earth’s oceans, using artificial intelligence to scrutinize more than 560,000 satellite images from 2014 to 2019 ... But artificial intelligence enabled the researchers to analyze the huge collection of radar images. .
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China's Digital Silk Road solution to corruption in Africa: AU experts

People Daily 16 Jun 2022
Digital Silk Road, launched way back in 2015, is the technology dimension of China's Belt and Road Initiative, which extends from the ocean floor to outer space that enables artificial intelligence (AI), big data applications and other strategic internet solutions.
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The US can do better to combat illegal fishing with commercial space innovation

The Hill 15 Jun 2022
A critical focus area of this effort is to detect and deter illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, which massively degrades the ocean environment and the economies of our partner nations in the region ... First and foremost is the dramatic increase in intelligence-grade satellite imagery.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower’s journey

The Associated Press 15 Jun 2022
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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