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      Roboat II from MIT can now carry passengers in Amsterdam waters

      There have been several research, innovations and discussion on autonomous vehicles’ future on land and air. But what about autonomous vehicles in the water? A fully autonomous ship or underwater vehicle would be considered a vessel that can operate on its own without a crew. While Lloyd’s Register has defined seven levels of autonomy (from AL 0 to AL 6) transitioning from manned (AL 0), through the intermediate stages, to fully autonomous (AL 6), the technology is already being tested using machine learning. Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science

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