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OCEANS OF BIG DATA AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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Josep Alos
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Ignacio A Catalán
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Ana Crespo Solana
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C. Cristóbal López
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Ramon Massana
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Lidia Montiel
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Miquel Palmer
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Ananda Pascual
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Santiago Pascual
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Fernando Pérez
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Marcos Portabella
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José Javier Ramasco
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Daniel Richter
Valenti Sallarès
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Pablo Breogan Sánchez
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Javier Sanllehi
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Antonio Turiel
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Antonio Villaseñor

Abstract

The ocean is a fundamental element for the Earth and for the wellbeing of human societies. It influences weather and climate, impacting sectors such as marine ecosystems, economy, tourism, and human health. Urgent actions are demanded to help in understanding and managing the ocean in a multidisciplinary and integrated way. Here we present the major ocean research challenges for the next decades, CSIC leadership and resources needed. In this context, this chapter specifically addresses big data and AI.
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hal-03372264 , version 1 (10-10-2021)

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Ramiro Logares, Josep Alos, Ignacio A Catalán, Ana Crespo Solana, F Javier del Campo, et al.. OCEANS OF BIG DATA AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Oceans. CSIC scientific challenges towards 2030., pp.163-179, 2021. ⟨hal-03372264⟩
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