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AI Helps Create One of the Largest 3D Maps of the Seafloor

News   Aug 31, 2018 | Original Press Release from the Schmidt Ocean Institute

 
AI Helps Create One of the Largest 3D Maps of the Seafloor

AUV AE2000f is the expedition’s scout – it swims at about 20km/h and collects preliminary images of the seafloor in order to determine where the other robots should focus for future dives. Credit: Schmidt Ocean Institute

 
 
 

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