Growing the ocean economy through artifical intelligence and machine learning

Be part of a data driven future. We support cost-effective collaborative exploratory    AI and Machine Learning.

DeepSense unites the next generation of AI and machine learning experts with companies that want to harness the potential of data and lead the smarter ocean economy. By leveraging technology and research, companies can more easily use data to make decisions, optimize operations, and create new products, processes or services. All with low cost and low risk.

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AI and Oceans Expertise

DeepSense can create a roadmap for any ocean sector business that wants to do more with their data. Work with leaders in AI, machine learning and applied ocean research to develop commercially useful applications.

Dedicated Infrastructure

Machine Learning, a subset of Artificial Intelligence, allows a system to learn from data without being programmed explicitly. Benefit from high performance GPU and CPU computing, well-suited for complex data analysis and large scale machine/deep learning models.

Secure Software

Access secure and private open source software with a range of applications to test Artificial Intelligence projects.

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What Our Partners Say

“DeepSense is augmenting the success of the ocean sector by helping companies understand how to use AI and machine learning to grow.”

Jim Hanlon

CEO, Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE)

“Working with DeepSense, we developed a tool to rapidly process complex hydroacoustic data required for monitoring the environmental effects of tidal energy turbines on fish in the Bay of Fundy. This innovative tool will assist in advancing the Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) industry in Canada by delivering monitoring results to regulators more quickly, but also has implications for environmental monitoring of MRE devices globally.”

Daniel J. Hasselman

Science Director, FORCE

Our Project Partners

Our Partners

Ocean Startup Project

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