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Title: Astronomy and AI Beyond conventional astronomy
Authors: Kumar, Amitesh
Keywords: Public Policy
Extra-terrestrial life
Planetary defense
GAN ( generative adversarial network)
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Students of PGDBA Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics, IIM Calcutta
Series/Report no.: Vol.3;
Abstract: One right step towards the preparation is betting on technological advancements. With the advent of data, we now have capabilities to store and process information about the universe which is growing at an astronomic rate. Scientists can now not only send robots to nearby planets but can also see if exoplanets ,which are located light years away can support life. All these applications require astronomers to analyze vast amounts of data. JW space telescope, a replacement of the Hubble telescope, which was launched in December 2021 generates around 235 GB of Data daily. The ability of AI and machine learning to sift through these huge amounts of data and analyze it, has made it an extremely attractive option for astronomers.
Appears in Collections:AINA 3.0 - Volume 3 Edition 2021-22

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