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Let's face it. If there's one buzzword that is taking several industries and professions by storm, it is Artificial Intelligence. But is it still a buzzword falling to deaf ears or has it gained wide-spread acceptance and momentum?
Data by PwC pegs the global impact of Artificial Intelligence at $15.7 trillion by 2030. On the other hand, Accenture claims that _"Artificial Intelligence could double the rate of economic growth in developed countries by 2035." _Needless to say, our money us on the latter.
Over the years, the term - "Artificial Intelligence" - or AI as it is commonly known - has been associated with a lot of things. And rightly so.
Siri, Alexa, robots, coding, Banking, E-Commerce, even immortality - and these are just a few. Clearly, the examples span the length and breadth of human imagination. However, there's one area that's relatively unexplored but equally exciting: *AI in Astronomy. *
Consider these examples for a moment:
In Japan, scientists are developing an Artificial Intelligence tool to predict the structure of the universe. Yes, you read that right.
Elsewhere, scientists are using 'smart' AI-powered telescopes to classify objects in space, with the ultimate aim of leveraging said telescopes to write and test hypotheses for physicists.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will soon be able to give users access to galaxies that were formed a couple of hundred million years after the Big Bang.
For the first time, a group of astronomers used artificial intelligence in a galaxy merger study to confirm that galaxy mergers were the driving force behind starbursts.
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