Analysis of data from space using AI to search for aliens on planets including Mars after Lockheed Martin Corp, which is a leading Global aerospace company, made a statement yesterday indicating that the new software will be used to assess deep space missions and orbit.
The technology will aid the company to detect the changes that occur in space and environment. Scientists believe the latest tech is among recent breakthroughs key to identifying habitable planets that extraterrestrials could be inhabiting.
There are experts who believe that the technology will be used to venture to Mars, where the best chance of life lies.
The Vice President at Lockheed Martin Space, Carl Marchetto, said: "AI can revolutionise how we use information from space, both in orbit and on deep space missions, including crewed missions to Mars and beyond.
"Lockheed Martin and NEC are experts in space and systems, and that's the right blend to explore how AI can improve space products for astronauts and people on the ground."
This came before NASA makes the big announcement at 6pm this evening. NASA has mysteriously set up a press conference to reveal a major breakthrough in its planet-hunting expeditions. The announcement is believed to involve the discovery of exoplanets using NASA’s Kepler space telescope.