Artificial Intelligence Gives Us A Peek Into ‘Messy Galaxies’

A messy active galaxy. (Photo : ESA_NASA_AVO_Paolo Padovani) Thanks to Artificial intelligence scientists are able to look into the heart of remote galaxies, according to HNGN. Share This Story Scientists can understand phenomena such as “matter falling into black holes and supersonic galactic winds”. While this process has been very difficult to solve, AI can enable some solutions. “I love artificial intelligence. It was actually a very simple program to write, once I [learned] how,” said PhD student Elise Hampton, who is studying at the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics. “The program took eight minutes to [analyze] 300,000 data points from 1,188 galaxies. For one person to do it would have taken years.” Getting inspired by neural networks, a scientist created a program to find the most “messy”…

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