I think Artificial Intelligence will solve the mystery of dark matter

Scientists are taking a step forward in their work on dark matter. With artificial intelligence, secrets about dark matter can be solved.

About a decade ago, scientists were thrilled with the reason for the radiation coming from the center of our skies and they were in some theories. They believed this was the gamma ray emissions from the destructive dark matter. But it was another theory that was thought to be only a gas that was not related to dark matter. A number of researchers from the University of Amsterdam and the University of Grenoble Alpes have published a study showing that the stars are only a profile of the luminous reflecting stars.


            Voyager-1, the Most Distinct Object of Human Making to the World, Made a New Discovery to Keep the Dark Matter Light

On the one hand, scientists claim that they have found a radiance profile that follows the starbullet in nuclear bulge, which is the best definition of a supercluster. On the other hand, it was thought that the dark matter would send out galaxy bursts of gamma rays. In this case, we could finally reset the dark matter and prove its existence. But scientists have stepped in to investigate galactic surplus with Al technology.


            It is now known that the Galaxy, which is thought to have no dark matter, is different.

Developed a set of custom algorithms called Sky Factorization with Adaptive Constrained Templates (SkyFACT) to solve the major problem of determining the exact properties of the shimmering areas of gamma rays in space. The LHC team zoomed the ionic lead atoms to the speed of light and observed the observed zany particle physics. It was made with an atom for the first time. In previous attempts, proton and atomic nuclei were used. The team successfully accelerates a real atom and eventually sets the stage where it can turn into a high-intensity gamma ray factory at incredible levels.


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Kazuhiro Terao, one of the physicists working on the gamma ray experiment, said: "Today, we use machine learning to find data that can help answer many questions. Ten years from now, machine learning algorithms can ask their questions independently. the Milky Way's vastness is closer than ever to know how to identify it, even though there is no answer we are looking for today, I mean people and machines that work together. "