Technology and The People – Aquaculture Innovations

    We can find innovation and technology taking a lot of attention even in Human Resources and Recruitment.

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    People sometimes say machines will take over our jobs. And if you go back in history (and not too far) you can see people have been saying the same about immigrants. But focusing on Technology, Machines, and AI, I want to highlight the important role they play in our industry.

    One of the things I find the most inspiring and enjoyable in the aquaculture industry is its potential for innovation. This industry is a work in progress, and a lot of this constant progress is thanks to the way our great talent has developed and used the different technological options.

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    In a recent post, we talked about the relationship between divers and ROVs/AUVs. However, this industry, a multibillion one, doesn’t have just ONE type of technology advancement in place. It has many, so the aim of this post is to give you a more general view into this Technology and the People relationship in Aquaculture.

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