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AI In Transportation: Artificial Intelligence in the Transportation Industry - USM

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Just imagine the world without a transport facility! If you want to travel for long distances, how would you go? And, if a leading manufacturing company has to transport goods to its customer locations, then how it will do that without a transport facility? I think you understood the significance of the transportation industry. Do you believe or not history of the initiatives across the transportation industry have exploded in 1787 when steamboat has invented.


AI in Transportation: Top 3 Real-World Cases

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Artificial Intelligence is already impacting Manufacturing, Retail, Marketing, Healthcare, Food industries and more. Today we will take an in-depth look at another industry, that with proper AI expertise from development companies could be disrupted. Transportation is an industry that helps humanity with moving people their belongings from one location to the other. While doing that, this industry had experienced countless twists, turns, breakthroughs, and setbacks to get to the place where it is now. The year 1787 was the defining one for this industry because steamboat was introduced and changed everything.


10 Industries AI Will Disrupt the Most by 2030

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Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning technologies have entered the mainstream; they are being adopted by enterprises all over the world. While these technologies certainly hold the potential to vastly improve the quality of operations in the corporate sector, they also stand to disrupt many existing markets. AI can easily be extended, adapted, and applied to different business operations. When considering that AI is just a computer program, we can begin to see the potential scope of the technology. The reason that AI is being adopted on such a large scale is due to its capacity to bring intelligence to tasks that previously did not have it. This, coupled with the technology's ability to automate repetitive processes with intelligence, makes it a highly disruptive power in various sectors. Keeping this in mind, we explored some of the industries that are most likely to be impacted by the widespread adoption of AI technology. Let us see why companies are so eager to adopt artificial intelligence.


AI is Driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution - Arabian Reseller

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In your experience, is AI creating a better world around us? AI is certainly creating a more seamless world around us by adding a new dimension to our daily lives. The UAE Strategy for Artificial Intelligence launched in 2017 has encouraged wider and coordinated adoption of AI technologies. The National Artificial Intelligence Strategy 2031 also aims to fulfill key objectives, including employing artificial intelligence in vital areas such as education, government services, and community wellbeing, to improve the quality of life of citizens. We are already seeing a positive impact as a result of these initiatives in the customer service industry, which is increasingly turning to AI to manage its growing needs. Mobile apps are now designed to enable seamless government service delivery and we are seeing chatbots used across retail, banking, and government services.


Ghost Ships IRL: How Autonomous Cargo Boats Could Disrupt The Massive Shipping Industry

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Unmanned marine vehicles will use sensors & AI to crisscross the world's oceans without a crew – potentially lowering costs & improving safety for the $334B shipping sector. Just as driverless cars and trucks are bringing huge changes to the auto industry, and drones are disrupting everything from emergency response to conservation, autonomous ships are becoming the next major transportation innovation. A number of startups and governments are piloting "unmanned marine vehicles" or crewless cargo boats, with the potential to disrupt the $334B shipping industry. Rolls-Royce already demonstrated the world's first remotely operated commercial vessel earlier this year, and the US military is testing an experimental, autonomous warship called the Sea Hunter. Fully autonomous ships aren't yet allowed in international waters.