Rolls-Royce and Google Cloud to collaborate on autonomous vessels

Engine and marine equipment major Rolls-Royce will work on intelligent systems in a partnership with Google aimed at accelerating the development of autonomous vessels.

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Rolls-Royce has launched a collaboration with Google Cloud aimed at speeding up the development of intelligent systems for autonomous vessels.

The agreement was signed at a meeting in Stockholm, reports Swedish media Sjøfartstidningen, and the new partnership gives Rolls-Royce access to Google Cloud's technology to continue development of a classification system based on AI.

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