NASA’s New AI Tool Can Spot Craters On Mars - Analytics India Magazine

NASA’s New AI Tool Can Spot Craters On Mars - Analytics India Magazine

Researchers from JPL, created this AI tool where for the “first time” researchers are leveraging AI to identify unknown craters on Mars

Amid NASA’s progress in AI research starting from ML model to predict hurricanes to partnering with Google to make quantum computing accessible, it has now developed a new AI tool to classify a cluster of craters on Mars.

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NASA’s New AI Tool Can Spot Craters On Mars

The AI tool identified a cluster of craters in a region on Mars called Noctis Fossae, which researchers confirmed using the HiRISE instrument. The tool detected 20 additional areas of interest that scientists will examine in more detail for craters.

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