Five ways AI is saving wildlife – from counting chimps to locating whales

By The Guardian

There’s a strand of thinking, from sci-fi films to Stephen Hawking, that suggests artificial intelligence (AI) could spell doom for humans. But conservationists are increasingly turning to AI as an innovative tech solution to tackle the biodiversity crisis and mitigate climate change. Continue reading Five ways AI is saving wildlife – from counting chimps to locating whales

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This is the space graveyard where the International Space Station will be buried

By Katie Hunt, CNN

Three thousand miles off the coast of New Zealand and 2,000 miles north of Antarctica, Point Nemo is so far from land that the closest humans are often the astronauts on board the International Space Station — that orbits 227 nautical miles above Earth. Continue reading This is the space graveyard where the International Space Station will be buried

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Existence of Earth Trojan Asteroid Confirmed – Could Become “Ideal Bases” for Advanced Exploration of the Solar System

BY ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES FOR RESEARCH IN ASTRONOMY, Sci Tech Daily

The SOAR Telescope, part of NOIRLab’s Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, has helped astronomers refine the size and orbit of the largest known Earth Trojan companion. Continue reading Existence of Earth Trojan Asteroid Confirmed – Could Become “Ideal Bases” for Advanced Exploration of the Solar System

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