NASA FDL (Frontier Development Lab) has once again partnered with the leaders in commercial AI and new space to push the state-of-the-art in applied machine learning for problems useful to the space program and all humankind.
FDL and the SETI Institute invite you to hear the results of this year's FDL AI research spring. Join FDL's private sector partners and new space industry partners at what has become an exciting annual event.
Now in its fourth year, FDL's 8-week summer workshop has proved to be a successful model. FDL participants have delivered consistent and substantive AI applications over an extremely accelerated timespan.
By harnessing the expertise and enormous compute capacity of FDL's Silicon Valley partners (including Google Cloud, Intel AI, IBM, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Nvidia, Kx, and Element AI) along with leaders in emerging space (such as the Luxembourg Space Agency, Canadian Space Agency, and Lockheed Martin), FDL is effectively using AI and machine learning to address big space science questions.
This year the results showcase will be hosted at Google Cloud HQ, in Sunnyvale where FDL teams will share results in the following problem areas:
- Expanding the capabilities of NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory
- Super-resolution maps of solar magnetic field covering 40 years of space weather events
- Enhanced predictability of GNSS disturbances
- Lunar resource mapping/super-resolution
- Generation of simulated biosensor data
This event is open to the public, but advance registration is required. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nasa-fdl-event-horizon-2019-final-presentations-tickets-64577345579