Tuesday February 18, 2020

Seeing red helps us dig deeper into the mysteries of Mars

Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory will be making unprecedented use of AI as part of the Mars 2020 project, which aims to find out more than ever before about the planet as well as pushing robotics to new limits in space

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
5th January, 2020
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AI software is already on the Mars Rover

From Mars to interstellar objects and back to our own oceans, the decade ahead offers plenty to be excited about in space. But to get started, there’s a problem everyone is all too familiar with that needs to be addressed.

Dust is a nuisance on Earth. Some people have severe allergies to it, but even for those of us that don’t, dust has a habit of ruining things.

On Mars, dust...

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