Razer has partnered with marine waste cleaning enterprise ClearBot to rid the oceans of approximately 11-million tons of plastics using a robot that leverage AI-vision. That’s right, this device will be able to accurately identify different types of marine plastic waste and collect information regarding these pollutants in the oceans to protect aquatic life.
Currently, there are various ClearBot robots deployed worldwide to retrieve marine plastic waste, which is then responsibly disposed of. Razer’s fully automated robot comes equipped with cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities that can detect marine plastics within two meters in rough waters, all the while collecting up to 250 kg of waste in just one cycle, powered by solar energy.
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We are extremely happy to have the opportunity to work with a startup focused on saving the environment. ClearBot’s unique AI and advanced machine learning technology will enable and empower governments and organizations around the world to broaden their sustainability efforts. We urge other innovative startups to reach out to Razer for collaboration opportunities as we strive to make the world a safer place for future generations,” said Patricia Liu, Chief of Staff at Razer.