A new artificial intelligence software technique called deep filtering has been developed to help scientists find and analyze gravitational waves quicker. The software uses neural networks that could help suss out gravitational-wave-producing events that current software may not find, according to findings published in Physics Letters B.
Search for gravitational waves could get boost from new AI software
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