NASA feels that artificial intelligence can help with solving problems in space without the need to send an engineer
Artificial intelligence (AI) is spreading its wings everywhere, and now, thanks to NASA, AI is ready to fly past our atmosphere. To help astronauts with different applications, the space agency is working on its own version of ChatGPT that will be used for space missions. NASA is developing a language model that will help to do experiments for missions and even control other manoeuvres.
NASA’s scientists believe that artificial intelligence can propel spacecraft into doing complex tasks such as working on queries from astronauts or even helping them with greater discoveries in the solar system and maybe even other galaxies. For its upcoming Lunar Gateway mission, NASA already has a roadmap to use its AI tech.
The space station will be used by the space agency to orbit the Moon and offer vital support for the Artemis mission. The tasks of the astronauts are simplified, and they can deliver better results by letting artificial intelligence do the heavy work.
Spacecraft are a mix of hardware and software applications, and NASA feels that artificial intelligence can help with solving problems in space without the need to send an engineer as a part of the mission, thereby saving resources and costs for the missions. Even though the space agency has a specific focus for its development, it will be interesting to hear more about the AI tech from NASA and whether it has the computing power to challenge ChatGPT.
But it is no surprise to see AI going beyond the realms of our atmosphere and ready to tackle the challenges faced during space missions, as these language models are becoming increasingly popular for different applications.
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