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Inside China's drone mothership that could launch chilling autonomous military attacks
World War Three breaking out have increased after China unveiled a new artificial intelligence “drone mothership”.The Zhu Hai Yun ship has the capability to launch attacks on its enemies autonomously.The ship was allegedly built as a marine research vessel, but it now carries around 50 ariel, undersea and surface drone missiles.Measuring 290ft long, and looking like something out of the Final Fantasy VIII game, it was launched out of Guangzhou last week.Senior United States military expert and security analyst Timothy Heath told the South China Morning Post: “The drone carrier might deploy to remote locations to deploy smart mines, for example.“The most immediate benefit to the PLA is the increase in knowledge about relevant waters through the collection of data by the UUVs (unmanned underwater vehicles).“This can help PLA Navy submarines operate with greater confidence and effectiveness in those areas.“With no human on board, the vessel in autonomous mode could make bad decisions in the face of unexpected circumstances, resulting in mission failure.”However, a Chinese military expert claimed that the ship was just going to be used for “ocean observation".Zhou Chenming, a researcher from the Yuan Wang military science and technology think tank said: “The intelligent, unmanned ship will bring revolutionary changes for ocean observation.“This ship can at most be deployed to relatively stable waters near the shore, where most of the warfare or conflict won’t occur.“I think this vessel’s biggest contribution is the replacement of the increasingly expensive labour cost in economic or commercial activities in the near seas.”Last week, fresh concerns were raised about Taiwan after the Chinese People‘s Liberation Army (PLA)
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K-Pop stars BTS invited to White House to address 'diversity and inclusion' with Biden
Joe Biden is set to will welcome K-Pop sensations BTS to the White House on Wednesday to speak at an event on anti-Asian hate crime.The global superstars will speak to Biden about the 'importance of diversity and inclusion' amid a rise in Asian hate crimes, as figures show a staggering 339 per cent rise in 2021 compared to 2020.A White House statement read: “President Biden and BTS will also discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion and BTS' platform as youth ambassadors who spread a message of hope and positivity across the world.”The event will take place at The White House on WednesdayThe group are the latest celebrities the White House has turned to on their agenda after Jill Biden welcomed Selena Gomez to talk about mental health and the president had the Jonas Brothers appear in a video on vaccines.Biden is facing some criticism amid the announcement as a distraught community still awaits an announcement on his visit to Uvalde, Texas, where a gunman shot and killed 19 school children and two teachers.The president has said he would travel to Uvalde 'in the coming days.'Last week, Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris condemned attacks against minority Asian communities at a White House event on Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.“Hate can have no safe harbor in America.
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Video: Johnny Depp told psychiatrist of ‘chaotic’ relationship with Amber Heard (The Independent)Bodycam footage worn by Osceola deputy shows catching fire during gas station arrestAnthony Albanese outlines his post-election priorities as Australia's new prime ministerUS will use force to defend Taiwan if China invades, says Biden48-year-old man killed on New York City subway trainWoman launches racist rant at man who filmed her berating restaurant staffGeorge Conway talks about Trump's social media post about 'Civil War'Wrong McDonald's order sends woman into frenzyShipments of baby formula heading to US as part of "Operation Fly Formula"California teen killed himself after being targeted by 'sextortionist' onlineTrump Clinton Russian puppets 2016 debate-Ex-ICU nurse convicted over accidental injection death of patient speaks outTrump Called for Me to Be Executed for Treason, Michigan’s Chief Election Official ClaimsJoe Biden in South Korea, first stop of Asia tourMother confronts woman over hoarding baby formula amid shortage crisisFive-year-old boy mauled by neighbour’s pit bulls as he played outside grandmother’s houseAustralia elections: Governing coalition trails in close raceMeghan's father was due to fly out to the United Kingdom ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, where he would have met his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, for the first time. Karl added that Thomas had been "looking forward" to the family time.