Russia plans to use artificial intelligence in developing its promising orbital station Russia plans to use artificial intelligence in developing its promising orbital station

Russia plans to use artificial intelligence in developing its promising orbital station

Russia plans to use artificial intelligence in developing its promising orbital station

The chief designer of the promising Russian orbital station (ROS), Vladimir Kozhevnikov, announced that Russian experts will use artificial intelligence technologies in the station's development project.

On the subject, Kozhevnikov said in a recent television interview: “Artificial intelligence technologies will be used in the development project of the promising Russian orbital station (ROS), but the bulk of the work will be done by humans.”

He added: "Artificial intelligence technologies are constantly evolving and developing, and their development is rapid. We will use these technologies to help experts in the process of developing and designing the station, but we will rely primarily on the capabilities of human brains."

Kozhevnikov had previously stated that the promising Russian orbital station will receive a computer with high computing power, or what is called a supercomputer. The tasks of this device will include receiving data from satellites, processing it and sending it to Earth. It will be able to process data that satellites cannot process.

Roscosmos recently indicated that Russia plans to launch the first unit of the station in 2027, which will be a scientific unit and a power generation unit. By 2030, it is planned to launch two more units, so that the three units will form the basis of the station. In the second phase, between 2031 and 2033, it is planned to add the TsM1 and TsM2 units to the station.

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