AI Spots 7,000 Undiscovered Craters on the Moon

AI Spots 7,000 Undiscovered Craters on the Moon یکشنبه 27 اسفند 1396 - 12:22

Researchers have developed a piece of computer software that was able to uncover almost 7,000 previously undiscovered craters in a matter of hours.

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