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Facebook Recognition AI Retrained to Spot Galaxies

News   Nov 01, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Western Australia

 
Facebook Recognition AI Retrained to Spot Galaxies

Fourteen radio galaxy predictions ClaRAN made during its scan of radio and infrared data. All predictions were made with a high 'confidence' level, shown as the number above the detection box. A confidence of 1.00 indicates ClaRAN is extremely confident both that the source detected is a radio galaxy jet system and that it has classified it correctly. Credit: Dr. Chen Wu and Dr. Ivy Wong, ICRAR/UWA.

 
 
 

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