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yet2’s client is seeking AI-based solutions to integrate with their maritime surveillance system to automatically detect abnormal vessel behavior and provide actionable intelligence and operational information. Solutions should be able to process coastal radar tracks, AIS tracks, and vessel database information in real-time, and notify...

Agribusiness may not be an industry that the public at large often associates with data breaches and hacking, but whatever the perception may be, the agricultural sector of the American economy is increasingly a ripe target for malicious foreign actors, digital fraud, and other perpetrators...

Currently, much of the global aquaculture production is for fed organisms that rely heavily on formulated feed. Thus, the increase in aquaculture production has a generally linear relationship with the increase in feed production. The inclusion of fishmeal and fish oil, a common source of...

Iceland has just launched its first aquaculture dashboard, bringing near total transparency to the country’s growing fish farming sector. The online dashboard was unveiled by Fisheries Minister Kristján Þór Júlíusson, who described it as a ground-breaking step. It will highlight virtually everything connected with aquaculture including the...

The sustainability of aquaculture has been debated intensely since 2000, when a review on the net contribution of aquaculture to world fish supplies was published in Nature. This paper reviews the developments in global aquaculture from 1997 to 2017, incorporating all industry sub-sectors and highlighting...

Listen to CyberAg's FBI panel recording: Cyber Threats in Food and Agriculture. According to the FBI, cybercrime in 2020 alone cost businesses $4.1 billion in losses stemming from ransomware, phishing, and business email compromise attacks. Personnel from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cyber Division and...