Artificial Intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly important role in the shipping industry, especially in the Marine Corps. It is used in a number of ways, including improving efficiency, reducing costs and improving safety. One of the main applications of AI is the development of autonomous ships that can navigate and operate without human intervention. The ship uses advanced sensors, machine learning algorithms and computer vision to detect obstacles, optimize routes and make real-time decisions. Artificial intelligence is also used in predictive maintenance, analyzing sensor data to identify maintenance requirements and potential errors before they occur. This helps reduce downtime and increases operational efficiency. In addition, artificial intelligence is used to optimize cargo and routes to analyze factors such as weight, size and space to maximize space utilization and reduce transportation costs. It is also used in risk management, analyzing data from various sources to identify potential risks and making decisions to mitigate them. AI is also used in supply chain management to optimize tasks such as demand forecasting, inventory management and fleet scheduling. Finally, artificial intelligence will be used to automate and optimize operations such as smart port operations, container management, floor planning and traffic management to increase efficiency and reduce congestion. The shipping industry is expected to continue to develop by incorporating AI technology in the future.