AI improves black hole images

The image on the left is the one presented in 2019 based on data recorded by the Event Horizon Telescope array. On the right, we see a processing based on the same original data by an artificial intelligence algorithm called PRIMO, trained on a series of realistic simulations of black holes with accretion disks.

PRIMO is a new application of artificial intelligence (AI) in astronomy that enhances the resolution of black hole images

AI discovers strange radio signals

A picture of the FAST (Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope), the spherical radio telescope with a 500-meter aperture located in Dawodang depression in southwestern China.

An AI analyzing radio telescope data has discovered eight potential radio signals that were previously undetected.

NASA: A.I. for navigation on the Moon

Gathering ridges, craters, and boulders that form a lunar horizon can be used by an A.I. to accurately locate a lunar traveler. A system developed by research engineer Alvin Yew would provide a backup localization service for future explorers, whether robotic or human. NASA

A system developed by NASA engineer Alvin Yew would provide an A.I.-based localization service for navigation on the Moon

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