AI beats top pilot in Nasa and Google drone race
NASA’s jet propulsion lab, revealed the results of their work developing algorithms for autonomous drones
- Jeronimo De Leon
- 28 Nov
Researchers at NASA’s jet propulsion lab, revealed the results of two years spent developing algorithms for autonomous drones using technology also used for spacecraft navigation, funded by Google. The space agency put its AI to the test on October 12, finding that their robot was nimbler and did not get tired like a human pilot.
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