NASA Allows You to Navigate to March in Line With AI4Mars Rover


NASA has just launched its AI4Mars, a new program that allows anyone with a computer to help navigate its Curiosity rover on the surface of the Red Planet. This company is one of the many efforts made by the organization, like its March of simulation, to encourage people to take part in his mission to learn more about the space.

The AI4Mars program does not really allow you to direct the rover, but instead allows you to name the different parts of the terrain, the rover comes across. This includes everything from rocks, sand, soil and other characteristics, and everything is done online via a web browser. Each label must be put together in a large database that brings together a rough consensus on what the rover is seeing. It is a way for people to participate in the NASA, the Curiosity, the exploration, while helping the team to get a clearer picture of the nature of the terrain the rover is to work with. NASA mentioned in a statement, “you will be using your superior cognitive and artistic abilities of the label images from the Curiosity Rover, collectively, the creation of the first open-source navigation classification of the whole of the Red Planet. It will be used – such as urban landscapes dataset for the teams to train rovers to understand Martian environments, laying the way for future missions to unlock the secrets of our nearest neighbor!”

In case you missed it, SpaceX has managed to become the first private company to send humans into space.


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