Restoring ocean life

This ship has no crew and it will transform our understanding of the ocean. Here's how

The Mayflower Autonomous Ship

The Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) uses AI and energy from the sun to independently traverse the ocean.

Rosie Lickorish
Software Engineer, Emerging Technology, IBM Research
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