Fourth Industrial Revolution

5 ways artificial intelligence will assist in space exploration

AI can help by acting as onboard assistance and also processing large amounts of data. Image: Unsplash/NASA

Deep Bandivadekar

PhD candidate at the Aerospace Centre of Excellence, University of Strathclyde

Audrey Berquand

PhD candidate in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde

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AI has also been harnessed to address the problem of space junk.
According to ESA, there are nearly 34,000 objects bigger than 10cm which pose serious threats to existing space infrastructure. Image: NASA Orbital Debris Program Office
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