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AI for Astronomy

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According to Astronomy, artificial intelligence is helping astronomers comb thru large amounts of data

When most people picture an astronomer, they think of a lone person sitting on top of a mountain, peering into a massive telescope. Of course, that image is out of date: Digital cameras have long since done away with the need to actually look though a telescope.

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