Mysterious cosmic signals got discovered by AI system
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In the recent development, an artificial intelligence whose system has helped to discover the 72 hours about the new fast radio bursts which are from the mysterious source which is about three billion light years away from the Earth, as said by scientists. The fast radio bursts are said to have the bright pulses of radio that are emitted by mere milliseconds in duration which is thought yo get originated from the distant galaxies. The source of these emissions is said to be unclear until now.

But for these things, there are theories which range from highly magnetized neutron stars that are blasted by gas streams which are present near the supermassive black hole. In suggestions to the burst properties, it has been consistent with the signatures of the technology that is developed by an advanced civilization.

According to Andrew Siemion, who is the principal investigator for Breakthrough Listen, which is an initiative led by the University of California, Berkeley in the US said that this work is said to be very exciting as it helps us to understand the dynamic behavior of the fast radio bursts in a detailed manner. It also promises that it will be showing the use of the machine learning to detect the signals that are missed by classical algorithms.  

Breakthrough Listen also seems to be applying for the successful machine learning algorithm to find the new kinds of signals that could be coming from the extraterrestrial civilizations. It has been seen that the fast radio bursts are said to be one-offs as the source FRB 121102 is said to be unique in emitting the repeated the bursts. The behavior has drawn the attention of many astronomers that hopes to pin down the cause as well as the extreme physics that is involved in fast radio bursts.

Tarun Singh
Tarun is an avid writer and reader. He is fond of exploring science and facts. Tarun is an engineer by profession and is now a full-time contributor to The News Recorder (India Edition). Tarun is the base behind the Science coverage over this online news platform.

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