Nov. 15, 2023, 7:46 p.m. | Dr. Tony Hoang

The Artificial Intelligence Podcast

Artificial intelligence may soon facilitate human exploration and colonization of Mars. Scientists have developed an AI chemist capable of producing oxygen from Martian meteorites, a critical resource currently lacking in Mars' atmosphere and crucial for both breathing and propulsion fuels. This system functions within the Martian environmental conditions unaided and without human intervention, making it a significant stride towards cost-effective and simplified manned missions to the planet.


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