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Sardis Falcons basketball program continues work during pandemic – Chilliwack Progress | #schoolshooting | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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Ryan Shea will be so happy to see COVID-19 go. The pandemic took away an entire season of basketball for the Grade 10 student, who missed the competitiveness of pickup […]

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COVID chaos – Progress Times | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

Covering sports during a pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has spread throughout this nation like wildfire, bringing death and tragedy to a quarter of a million of its citizens and to […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Cybersecurity, #regulatory #concerns #hindering autonomy #progress

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Cybersecurity and readiness to adopt new technology are among prime concerns holding back the development of unmanned vessels according to a report by solicitors Clyde & Co and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST).

A survey of 220 marine executives found a lack of clarity around collisions involving unmanned ships, with 59% of survey respondents agreeing there is confusion surrounding regulations in this area. Almost two thirds (64%) believe there is uncertainty regarding insurance and liability should an umanned vessel be involved in an incident caused by a cyber-attack.

“Technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate and promises a host of new solutions for the maritime industry in terms of improved efficiency, safety and environmental performance. However, we should not be blinded by the benefits,” said David Loosley, CEO, IMarEST. “This joint research report examines these vulnerabilities and how they might be addressed and is an important starting point for the industry to begin preparing for the future.”

International shipping law states that vessels must be properly crewed, which means that unmanned ships are not presently permitted to enter international waters. However, the IMO announced in June that it would begin to consider updating SOLAS to allow cargo ships with no captain or crew to travel between countries.

“The present state of SOLAS and collision avoidance regulations are being overtaken by and holding back potentially industry-changing technology from being developed and implemented,” said Joe Walsh, partner, Clyde & Co. “Fortunately, the IMO and other industry interests appear to have recognised that there is a real appetite to test the water with unmanned ships at a commercial level. Industry will quickly need some legal clarity around cyber liability and collision regulations before any ground-breaking progress can be made.”

Over two thirds (68%) of respondents fear that unmanned ships present a greater cyber-security risk than traditional ships. Another key issue is the availability of insurance cover for unmanned ships. Four of every five (80%) survey respondents think it is unclear how insurers will approach the new technology.

The infrastructure and crew skills required for autonomous ships are also lacking, respondents noted, with 63% and 51% respectively registering concerns. Almost half (48%) of respondents believe unmanned ships will be operating within the next 10-15 years.

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10 Offers of Wisdom From Fictional Characters – Work in Progress – Education Week Teacher

There are so many truly inspirational and thoughtful pieces of wisdom we learn from characters. We connect to them in their strengths and we something aspirational and in their follies and foibles we see ourselves in their humanity. Literature helps us see the best in the world and the worst and offers us opportunities to discuss it in lieu of politics or current events. With this great wisdom, we must live and not only read so we have great wisdom of our own to share. What’s your favorite quote from literature? Please share

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Cyber War Versus Islamic State ‘Work in Progress’

C5AD8615-DF09-4D55-A11B-B4E46DB8F2D1_w640_r1_sYour ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. For months now, U.S. government hackers have been setting their sights on the Islamic State terror group, intent on wiping the self-declared caliphate from cyberspace much like U.S. and coalition […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

North Korea’s Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile: Continued Progress at the Sinpo South Shipyard

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. Summary North Korea’s recent successful test launch of another Bukkeukseong-1 (Polaris-1, KN-11) submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) has reinforced ongoing concerns regarding the continuing development of the missile system and the GORAE-class experimental ballistic missile submarine. Recent commercial satellite imagery of the Sinpo South Shipyard […] North Korea’s Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile: Continued Progress at the Sinpo South Shipyard is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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More Evidence of Possible Reprocessing Campaign at Yongbyon; Progress at Experimental Light Water Reactor

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr. Summary Recent commercial satellite imagery shows new developments at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center indicating that North Korea has already begun or plans to commence a reprocessing campaign to separate additional plutonium for nuclear weapons. This activity consists of the presence of a […] More Evidence of Possible Reprocessing Campaign at Yongbyon; Progress at Experimental Light Water Reactor is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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Suspicious Activity at Yongbyon Radiochemical Laboratory; Progress Towards Completing the Experimental Light Water Reactor

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Suspicious Activity at Yongbyon Radiochemical Laboratory; Progress Towards Completing the Experimental Light Water Reactor

A 38 North exclusive with analysis by William Mugford and Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. Summary Recent commercial satellite imagery indicates suspicious activity at the Yongbyon Radiochemical Laboratory complex used to produce plutonium for building nuclear weapons. Whether that activity—exhaust plumes from a steam plant used to heat the main plant—means reprocessing additional plutonium is underway […] Suspicious Activity at Yongbyon Radiochemical Laboratory; Progress Towards Completing the Experimental Light Water Reactor is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Facility: Slow Progress at the Experimental Light Water Reactor

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by William Mugford. Summary Recent commercial satellite imagery of the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center has revealed new developments over the past six months, most recently in January 2016, suggesting that North Korea’s Experimental Light Water Reactor (ELWR) is edging closer to becoming operational. These developments are: 1) the […] North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Facility: Slow Progress at the Experimental Light Water Reactor is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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