Mar 17, 2018

AI spots craters on the moon which could host future colony

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AI spots nearly 7,000 undiscovered craters on the moon within a matter of hours — and one could some day host a lunar colony…

The finding was made by a team of researchers led by Ari Silburt at Penn State University and Mohamad Ali-Dib at the University of Toronto.

They fed 90,000 images of the moon’s surface into an artificial neural network (ANN).

ANNs try to simulate the way the brain works in order to learn and can be trained to recognise patterns in information.

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