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Five ways artificial intelligence can help space exploration

By Deep Bandivadekar, PhD student at the Aerospace Centre of Excellence, University of Strathclyde
Audrey Berquand, PhD Student in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde
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Artificial intelligence has been making waves in recent years, enabling us to solve problems faster than traditional computing could ever allow. Recently, for example, Google’s artificial intelligence subsidiary DeepMind developed AlphaFold2, a program which solved the protein-folding problem. This is a problem which has had baffled scientists for 50 years.

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