The blue economy and the sea supply chain represent a great innovation sector for new jobs and for sustainable development. Data research, machine learning, sustainability and tourism are just some elements of a constantly growing digital transformation process.
Last November 29th, during the “Blue Skills” month, these themes are the centre of the debate, during the event “Job Digital Lab”: the training program for the dissemination of innovation culture, held in Genova Blue District.
Our partner Ticass gave a speech entitled: “Artificial intelligence for the circular economy of the future: context, experiences, perspectives”. During the conference the EcoeFISHent project was mentioned as case study, with a focus on Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.