Google Cloud AI To Help US Navy Maintain and Repair Vessels
Google Cloud and Simple Technology Solutions (STS) will work with the US Navy to modernize the maintenance for US Navy vessels, Via Cloudmanagementinsider
The project will initially start with STS training Google Cloud’s AI and ML projects on a vast number of images to identify corrosion. This usage of AI and ML technology will ensure a certain degree of relative pace and safety for an otherwise very labor-intensive process. The AI/ML model will be built on Google Cloud’s custom model service AutoML. The images used initially will be sourced from public domain and drone inspection of vessels.
As the next part of the project, STS will seek guidance from Navy’s corrosion SMEs to label and train the data acquired. This process will be completed with the help of Google Cloud’s AI Platform Data Labelling Service.
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