Date: 2 months ago   Category: Space

Scientists have caught signals of aliens from far corners of the Universe


Scientists have caught signals of aliens from far corners of the Universe
It was succeeded to identify them thanks to artificial intelligence. Radio splashes have registered in three billion years from Earth. The group of scientists within the Breakthrough Listen project has analysed the signals received from an unknown far source. It was succeeded to identify them thanks to artificial intelligence. Writes Metro about it. 72 fast radio splashes have been received. During the work on an algorithm scientists used the same methods which are applied by IT specialists to optimization of search results and classification of images. Splashes have been recorded at distance of three billion years from Earth. It is known that fast radio splashes for the first time have been received in 2007. However their scientists couldn't explain, as well as define their source. Earlier it was reported that the scientist has declared an opportunity to find aliens behind "vagrant" stars. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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