AI for the Oceans Award honors innovative marine conservation projects

The AI ​​for the Oceans Award honors concepts that use AI and progressive technologies to help preserve the ecological balance of the oceans

AI for the Oceans Award
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The oceans cover around 72% of the Earth's surface and, with an average depth of 4000 meters, are still largely unexplored terrain. These huge bodies of water are crucial for life on our planet. They have been loud since 1970 Nabu They absorb around 90% of the sun's heat radiation, store 50 times more greenhouse gases than the atmosphere and also enable 90% of global trade.

Nevertheless, the oceans remain at risk from pollution, overfishing and a lack of protection. While we humans are increasingly reaching our limits in saving the world's oceans,... Artificial Intelligence help to overcome these complex challenges. That's why the AI ​​for the Oceans Award has now been launched by the German Oceanographic Foundation and AI.Hamburg to promote innovative projects that want to bring the ecosystem of our oceans back into balance with progressive technological ideas.

What is the AI ​​for the Oceans Award about?

Start-ups and initiatives from all over the world can apply for the AI ​​for Oceans Award if they aim to improve the situation of the oceans with the help of artificial intelligence. The winners will not only receive prize money of 10.000 euros, but also a campaign on LinkedIn and the opportunity to present their ideas to experts from the fields of marine science, AI and finance.

Interested teams can now submit their application for the AI ​​for the Oceans Award. The application deadline ends on June 19, 2024. Those interested can find all the necessary information and the application form on the website AI.Hamburg.

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Who is behind the project?

The AI ​​for Oceans Award is organized by an interdisciplinary network of science, business and NGOs. The initiator is the German Ocean Foundation. Its mission is to improve the relationship between humans and the sea in order to ensure the health of the oceans and thus the well-being of future generations. The organization AI.HAMBURG is also on board as a partner. This advocates for the broad application of artificial intelligence and also promotes exchange between research, industry and society.

The SMM, the world's leading trade fair and conference for the maritime industry, serves as the platform for the AI ​​for Oceans Award. This year it will bring together around 3 participants from over 6 countries at Messe Hamburg from September 40.000rd to 120th and provide a stage for exchange. The Forum Oceano, the umbrella organization of the Portuguese marine cluster, is also there. Forum Oceano is organizing, among other things, the Ocean AI Summit of the Portugal Blue Digital Hub at the end of September in Lisbon, where the three finalists of the AI ​​for Oceans Award will have the opportunity to pitch their ideas.

The jury of the AI ​​for the Oceans Awards

The jury for the new Sustainability Award consists of 14 renowned experts from the fields of artificial intelligence, marine science and finance. The jurors include:

  • Charles Goddart, Editorial Director of The Economist Group
  • Fabien Cousteau, founder of Proteus Ocean Group
  • Vincent Pieribone, Yale School of Medicine professor and founder of OceanX
  • Petra Vorsteher, founder of AI.GROUP, AI.FUND and AI.HAMBURG

With their specialist knowledge and experience, these experts will evaluate the submitted projects, give applicants valuable feedback and select the best start-ups and initiatives.

Artificial intelligence as the key to ocean protection

Why is the application of artificial intelligence the focus of the AI ​​for the Oceans Award? The answer lies in the numerous opportunities that AI offers to better understand, monitor and protect the oceans. Some examples of this are:

  • Targeted predictions: With the help of AI algorithms, huge amounts of data can be collected from various sources such as Satellites, sensors and observations are analyzed. On this basis, patterns and trends can be identified, which can be used, for example, to predict changes in weather or ocean currents.
  • Automated monitoring: AI systems can be used to automatically detect damaged ships or garbage patches in images or video recordings. This enables faster and more efficient implementation of protective measures.
  • Improved resource management: By analyzing data on fish stocks, ocean currents and other factors, AI models can help optimize the sustainable use of marine resources and avoid overfishing.

These examples illustrate the enormous potential of AI to protect the oceans. The AI ​​for the Oceans Award is intended to help make the best possible use and further development of these opportunities.

Conclusion: An important step towards saving the oceans

With the AI ​​for the Oceans Award, the initiators are setting an important milestone for the protection of the oceans. By promoting progressive technologies, the use of artificial intelligence and the collaboration of experts from various disciplines, the AI ​​for the Oceans Award can initiate new processes and contribute to the sustainable use and preservation of the vital marine ecosystems.

The AI ​​for the Oceans Award can help raise awareness of the importance of the oceans and take concrete steps to improve the current situation. Only through joint efforts and innovative solutions can we create a sustainable future for people and oceans in the years to come.

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