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POSTED | 16:17 PM | 10-03-2018

AI for Asian cruise ship

Asia’s luxury cruise company Genting Cruise Lines has revealed a glimpse into Dream Cruises’ upcoming Global Class ship category, a 204,000-ton ship with artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

The ship’s steel cutting ceremony took place in Wismar, Germany, on Friday, marking the start of the production.

Dream Cruises president Thatcher Brown said during Genting Cruise Lines Travel Partner Tribute Award Ceremony on Saturday (March 10, 2018) that the new AI technology would include facial and voice recognition and a self-guided mobile assistance, designed to provide better services for guests, The Jakarta Post reported.

The Global Class ship is said to be the largest cruise ship managed by Dream Cruises as it can accommodate up to 9,500 passengers.

It’s planned to be completed in 2020 and set to deploy from Shanghai all the way down to Australia.

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