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A dive into DeepSense

Posted May 25th, 2023

How AI is revolutionizing the ocean sector in Nova Scotia.

Tagless technology for fish tracking

Posted March 15th, 2023

New tagless fish detection technology developed by Innovasea in May 2022, is being recognized worldwide!

The Global Startup Ecosystem Report - Blue Economy Edition

Posted December 2022

Jennifer LaPlante discusses how AI and the blue economy make for transformative outcomes

IBM Think Summit profile of a DeepSense project in conjuction with PoH and COVE

Posted May 2022

Watch the DeepSense client profile from the IBM Think Summit

Innovasea Unveils Tagless Fish Detection

Posted May 11th, 2022

The AI-based technology has been developed as part of Canada's Ocean Supercluster project

Dalhousie Graduates!

Posted October 14th, 2021

Grad profiles: A shared experience

AI innovation by DeepSense drive OERA's Pathway Program success

Posted March 24, 2021

DeepSense launches initiative to help small businesses during COVID-19

Posted April 23, 2020

DeepSense has launched a special initiative to support ocean-sector companies during COVID-19

Matt Peachy: Ocean of Data Challenges

Posted December 22nd, 2022

Matt Peachy took part in two of our Ocean of Data challenges. Read about his project and experience!

Sakshi Jeswani: My summer internship with DeepSense

Posted October 31st, 2022

Sakshi Jeswani is in the Master of Information program at the School of Information Technology. Read about her internship experience!

Using Artificial Intellegence to detect Fish

Posted May 27th, 2022

Innovasea Unveils Tagless Fish Detection Technology that Counts Fish and Identifies Species in Real Time

6th EnergyDATA Workshop

Posted March 3rd, 2022

DeepSense Executive Director attended the EnergyDATA Workshop held by NSCC Applied Research. She spoke on the "How data's driving the marine sector" panel.

Advance acoustic fish tracking with deep learning

Posted Fall, 2021

Advancing Acoustic Fish Tracking with Deep Learning by: Oliver Kirsebom, Santosh Medisetty, Christopher Whidden, Dave Ouellette,Frank Smith, Jean Quirion, and Sam Johnston

Jennifer LaPlante named in the DataIQ 100

Posted February 2, 2021

Our executive director, Jennifer LaPlante has been named in the DataIG 100, a power list of the most influential data and analytics practitioners!

How wired mussels are predicting toxic algae

Posted September 23, 2019

A project led by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Cooke Seafood, and Dalhousie University to detect mussel behaviours when exposed to toxic algae

Why Mentoring is the future of ocean technology

Posted December 21st, 2022

Page 94 of this journal discusses why mentoring is the future of ocean technology!

Fish-counting A.I. developed in N.S. could help avert fish kills at hydro dams

Posted August 26th, 2022

Innovasea is developing a technology to instantaneously detect and count fish!

Innovasea testing a faster way to count fish in Nova Scotia with Artifical Intelligence

Posted May 12th, 2022

Students float creative ideas for future Bedford ferry

Posted November 15th, 2021

CBC News: AI Software developed in N.S. provides glimpse into wild and murky Bay of Fundy

Posted March 26, 2021

COVE announces the exploring opportunities in Ocean Tech for Young Women program launch

Posted January 21, 2021

"Big data meets big ocean research": The official launch of DeepSense!

Posted September 23, 2019

Government of Canada launches Dal-led big ocean data innovation environment known as DeepSense!

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