NASA’s science panel to investigate UFOs will start work this fall using AI

NASA is going to hunt UFOs with artificial intelligence.

We live in an era where the rapid advance of cutting-edge technology can help answer questions that have gone unanswered for decades.

This is why NASA commissioned a team of scientists to investigate unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) — also known as UFOs. But crucially, once the investigation begins this fall, the scientific community will look for ways to apply artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to tackle the UFO conundrum, according to comments from Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA’s associate administrator for the Science Mission DIrectorate, spoken in a meeting of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine’s Space Studies Board, on a live broadcast from the agency.

This is developing news about NASA’s latest and forthcoming efforts to analyze UFOs using artificial intelligence, so be sure to check in with us for more updates.

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