Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly important for the maritime industry. The rise of automation in the maritime supply chain along with the demand for more autonomous shipping has led to an increase in the demand for AI. Predictive maintenance, intelligent scheduling, and real-time analytics, will drive AI to play a more important role.
Be one of the early adopters that already understand how artificial intelligence will fundamentally change shipping and build a competitive advantage over the rest of the industry. Delivered by part-time tutored online learning, this course gives you a detailed foundation to AI in Shipping over 12 weeks via carefully constructed study modules.
When: 19 November 2020
Where: via Online Learning
Duration: 12 weeks part-time
Dr Loukeris currently lectures at the University of South Wales and the University of Nicosia, and has taught at universities in the US, Greece and UK, as well as assisting with academic research projects into machine learning and artificial intelligence. He is also the Founder and MD of Lamda Engineers and Loukeris N Business Consultants & Accountants.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is estimated to be a $8 billion market today and is expected to exceed $106 billion within just a couple of years, according to a recent study. What’s more, in the past 6 years, over “$3.3 billion has been invested in digital start-ups in the shipping and logistics sector”, confirms a report by BCG.