Is AI our best hope for finding alien life? Scientists show that neural networks can spot tiny wobbles in space-time 10 MILLION times faster than current methods



Artificial intelligence could help in the search for alien life by reading tiny distortions in space-time 10 million times faster than current methods.
The space-time wobbles, known as gravitational lenses, occur when a large galaxy bends the light emitted from a more distant galaxy.
They are used by scientists to study the matter of distant galaxies, which could host star systems with planets in their habitable zones.
Now scientists have shown that neural networks - a form of AI modelled after the human brain - can analyse gravitational lenses at rapid speeds, and they could be used by... read more

 
30 August 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail
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