Not for what we use the ships for, but it's a good application for a cargo ship going on a known route or similar applications with minimal flexibility required.
We use our ships like swiss army knives, so that needs people onboard to interpret the data and act on it. There are drones etc and the USN is working on an uncrewed combat ship for coastal patrols but that's way down the line when maybe AI is more advanced and can act independently to a certain extent. The current iteration of uncrewed ships are entirely remote controlled and monitored, so there is a crew, they just aren't on the actual ship, and rely heavily on sat uplinks for monitoring and control.
We already kind of suck at maintaining remote operation of crewed ships, which means you need more people to operate it safely, so not really sure we'd be able to keep up with the maintenance load of an uncrewed ship.
Instead of trying for a technological solution, we could try sucking less as an employer by driving people into the ground to do more with less. It's been a known issue that has been snowballing for my entire career, and we haven't done anything about it to date. We were fortunate ATH and PRE 'self-divested' without major incidents, and running down the same path with the 12 CPFs.