AI bests humans at mapping the moon

A computer algorithm found about 6,000 lunar craters that hadn't been counted before

moon craters

BRACE FOR IMPACT Artificial intelligence paints a portrait of the moon that’s even more pockmarked than previously thought.

NASA

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