conference on artificial intelligence and autonomous ships: mission accomplished!
At least 110 people gathered at the St-James Club in Montréal on October 2 to demystify this emerging topic by discussing challenges, key issues and opportunities that these new technologies will represent for the marine industry.
The eight high-quality presentations followed by the lively panel discussion between invited experts certainly left no one indifferent, even the most skeptical!
Bringing together key decision-makers and stakeholders of the maritime industry, as well as Quebec's key players in AI, the conference also provided a unique opportunity to foster future collaborations in research and technological development.
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Kevin Heffner, Computer Research Institute of Montréal (CRIM)
Kevin Humphreys, Wärtsilä
Oskar Levander, Rolls-Royce Marine
Jan Hagen Andersen, DNV GL
Alain Arseneault, Canadian Marine Pilots’ Association
Ørnulf Jan Rødseth, Norvegian Forum of Autonomous Ships
Michael Beaulac, Michigan Office of the Great Lakes
Donald Roussel, Transport Canada