China launched the world’s first commercial AI satellite

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The Chinese National Space Agency launched the world’s first commercial satellite equipped with artificial intelligence into Earth orbit. About it reports China Central Television (CGTN).

According to the TV channel, the Rongpiao satellite, also called Shinshidai-18, built by Guoxing Aerospace Technology, is equipped with an integrated sensing network. Its task is to test the operation of Synaesthesia fusion AI neural network algorithms. In addition, in the future it can be used as an element of communication networks.

The spacecraft was launched into orbit by the Tsielong-3 launch vehicle along with eight more satellites. The launch took place at 06:06 Moscow time. This was the third launch for Zielong-3.

Earlier, Japan managed to successfully land its first satellite on the Moon, becoming the fifth country in the world to achieve this result. However, the spacecraft flipped over, causing it to have problems using its solar panels.

Source: Ren TV


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