A multidisciplinary panel of maritime-industry representatives discussed the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence (AI) in shipping during the Opening Summit of Europort 2023. Proceedings began with an introductory keynote speech and presentation...
In an ever-evolving world where technological advancements are transforming industries at an unprecedented pace, the maritime yachting industry is also experiencing a remarkable transformation. Amidst this wave of innovation, the integration of artificial intelligence...
Online cargo platform Shipnext has secured a substantial, multi-year grant from Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship (VLAIO). The grant will be used to strengthen the adoption of predictive analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) in the supply chain. A...
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd. (K Line), TIS Inc. and Miotsukushi Analytics Inc. have jointly developed a draught survey application. The application is designed to use artificial intelligence (AI) to accurately measure a ship’s draught. The draught of a ship is the...
MARIN has kicked off a pilot project of its Data Science and Artificial Intelligence team on machine learning: AI-Sail. The challenge: Can the engineers learn a computer/robot how to sail an Optimist, using data driven and machine learning techniques? The idea for...
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