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Ocean Observation: Gliders, Buoys & Sub-Surface Networks

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Ocean Observation he problem is, for robots exploring complex ocean program involves an algorithm that samples alternate paths, environments, ‘smart thinking’ is easier said than as well as comparison metrics that lets a vehicle decide when done, according to Dylan Jones, a PhD researcher it makes sense to switch paths based on new information col- at Oregon State University. Jones talks about his lected about the environment.

Tefforts in progressing AI for underwater robotics, “We use forecast data to plan missions, but that means in and the new algorithms that could lead to smarter vessels and truth we are just estimating. So, the re-planning element of more energy ef

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