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The first satellite with AI onboard is now in orbit, and its tech could completely change how we respond to wildfires


The first satellite with AI onboard is now in orbit, and its tech could completely change how we respond to wildfires On September 2, a satellite the size of a cereal box took off for space. Names PhiSat-1, its mission was to monitor polar ice and soil moisture, making it — at least superficially — a fairly unglamorous piece of kit. But for the satellite's creators — the European Space Agency (ESA), chip giant Intel, and Irish robotics company Ubotica — this launch represented months of work, and had been postponed by a failed rocket launch, two natural disasters, and a global pandemic.   More



(Source: Business Insider - Oct 26)

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