AI charts a course for HMS Victory

Artificial intelligence is an anchor for restoration work

Tom Allen
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AI charts a course for HMS Victory

Modern AI is more than chatbots and deepfakes. One UK museum is using it for something much bigger...and wetter.

The HMS Victory is the world's only surviving first-rate ship. Although now in dry dock in Portsmouth she is still classed as the world's oldest surviving naval vessel in commission, and is the off...

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