IBM traces passage of the Mayflower with self-guided ship

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Project will collect data on wildlife and ocean plastics, as well as test the potential for unmanned vessels to cut cost and emissions from research voyages

A 400-year-old voyage is set to get a 21st century update thanks to tech giant IBM, which has joined a project to send a fully autonomous ship across the Atlantic in an homage to the original Mayflower...

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