AI Trained on Moon Craters Is Helping Find Unexploded Bombs From the Vietnam War


AI Trained on Moon Craters Is Helping Find Unexploded Bombs From the Vietnam War

There’s still no completely safe and surefire method for locating unexploded ordinance after a war is over, but researchers at Ohio State University have found a way to harness image processing algorithms, powered by machine learning, to study satellite imagery and locate hot spots where UXO are likely to be located.

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Tags: Science, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Satellite Imagery, Vietnam War, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Bombs, Uxo, Ohio State University

Source:  https://gizmodo.com/ai-trained-on-moon-craters-is-helping-find-unexploded-b-1842510565




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