Dazeinfo reports that artificial intelligence within the marine industry is developing at a rapid rate, and companies like Sea Machines are serving as the catalysts. In this recent article, Dazeinfo discusses how autonomy is shaping the future of the marine and boating industry. The story quotes Sea Machines’ founder and CEO Michael G. Johnson, as saying:
“The long-term potential for self-driving boats involves teams of autonomous vessels working in concert. In many harbours, multiple tugs bring in large container ships, communicating either through radio or by a whistle. That could be replaced by software controlling all the boats as a single system.”
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