Table of Contents
- What is AI?
- Supporting Technologies
- Barriers and Challenges
- Current Uses of AI in Maritime
- Future Uses of AI in Maritime
In 2019, 45% of technologists surveyed believed we’d have general artificial intelligence (AI) by 2060. When we get there, AI will be capable of independently learning to carry out new tasks that aren’t related to what it already knows how to do. But we don’t need to wait for general AI—narrow AI is already here.
Narrow AI is an AI that’s restricted to one narrowly defined task. In the same way that you can’t use the GPS to propel a ship, a narrow AI designed to identify fires on CCTV can’t optimise your engine performance. However, within those boundaries, AI provides an incredible leap forward.
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