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Interpreting deep-sea images with artificial intelligence - Digital Journal


Sep 14, 2018 6:54 AM - 1 week, 3 day, 2 hour, 48 min ago

Excerpt: An in-depth insight into the mysteries of the oceans has been gained from an analysis of deep-sea images undertaken using artificial intelligence. The study comes from the GEOMAR research team. Through the new application of AI, the GEOMAR (Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel ) research team have developed new workflow for image analysis. This technique will help oceanographers, as more voluminous data and images are produced during ocean research. The challenge for researchers is how to systematically evaluate the great ... Read More

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