Maritime AI (Artificial Intelligence) news a from BlueOceanMag the online magazine for innovation in the maritime sector.

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Environmental AI

Seaclear: Autonomous robots that clean the ocean

Today’s oceans contain 26-66 million tons of waste, with approximately 94% located on the seafloor. So far, collection efforts have focused mostly on surface waste, with only a few local efforts to gather underwater waste, always involving human divers. No solution exists that exploits autonomous robots for underwater litter collection. A team of researchers in

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Aquaculture & Fisheries AI

Alphabet’s X launches Tidal to help fish farmers

Alphabet’s X launches Tidal, a moonshot to protect the ocean and preserve its ability to support life and help feed humanity, sustainably. They will focus initially on developing technologies that bring greater visibility and understanding of what’s happening under the water. Alphabet Inc. is an American multinational conglomerate created through a corporate restructuring of Google

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AI Asia Cybersecurity

AI Singapore partners with Ocean Protocol to develop AI research talent

AI Singapore (AISG) announced that it will launch two new programmes — the AISG Industrial Postgraduate Programme and the AISG Fellowship Programme — to train AI research talent in strategic industrial areas and to engage Singapore’s top AI experts to help narrow the gap between academic research and industry solutions. As part of a research

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AI Technology

Zoe, the first virtual personal cruise assistant

The very first virtual personal cruise assistant, ZOE is the latest interactive feature of MSC for Me, an innovative multi-channel digital cruise experience created by MSC Cruises. Developed in partnership with HARMAN and Samsung Electronics, ZOE is a voice-enabled artificial intelligence (AI) tool found in every stateroom. ZOE can speak seven languages, answer hundreds of

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