Decarbonisation with the helping hand of machines

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Source: Innovez One

Unprecedented challenges call for new solutions and that’s where artificial intelligence (AI) comes in.

Ports are experiencing one of the most fundamental transformations of a generation, as they strive to reduce their own emissions and support decarbonisation across broader supply chains.

The scale of the challenge could be matched by the growing potential of a new ally in the journey: artificial intelligence (AI). But is AI really ready for action in critical infrastructure like ports?

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