Royal Carribean’s Spectrum of The Seas — the third-largest class of cruise ship in the world by gross tonnage — can accommodate over 6,000 people and 2,500 crewmembers during its nine-night Asia voyages. That’s a lot of mouths to feed, particularly mornings prior to port, when throngs of passengers nab breakfast before deboarding.
So how does the crew keep things humming along smoothly without impacting guests’ experiences? plays a role — it’s the subfield of AI that helps computers “see” objects in digital photos, videos, and other media. To the extent that Royal Carribean employs it, it’s enabling customers and staff alike to keep tabs on crowd congestion at the ship’s top dining destinations.
“We don’t want guests’ first experience on the ship to be