Study uses AI to estimate unexploded bombs from Vietnam War

Researchers have applied artificial intelligence to detect Vietnam War-era bomb craters in Cambodia from satellite illustrations or photos – with the hope that it can aid come across unexploded bombs.

The new process increased real bomb crater detection by much more than one hundred sixty per cent around typical approaches.

The product, put together with declassified U.S. military information, indicates that forty four to 50 per cent of the bombs in the space studied may perhaps continue to be unexploded.

Bomb craters on Earth have similarities to meteor craters on the moon. Picture credits: Ohio State College

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