Bristol, RI company wins U.S. Navy hackathon

A Rhode Island company specializing in building underwater vehicles recently won a United States Navy-sponsored hackathon by targeting drug smuggling routes with artificial intelligence. 

Bristol-based Composite Energy Technologies Inc. (CET), in conjunction with Spear AI and Current Lab, won first prize in the HACKtheMACHINE unmanned competition, sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, multiple naval program executive offices, and industry partners.

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