NASA to make major announcement Thursday, will reveal new Kepler discovery

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"Machine learning is an approach to artificial intelligence, and shows new ways of examining Kepler data", NASA said. In the course of time, the telescope has identified many Earth-sized planets on the habitable zone, and researchers believe that some of them can support life. Furthermore, recent reports have revealed that NASA cited Google's machine learning played a pivotal role in the highly anticipated discovery.

NASA's Kepler space telescope is considered the most successful planet hunter known for its accuracy when it comes to finding alien worlds. The press conference, which will be live-streamed on the agency's website, will take place on December 14.

The Friday release said the Kepler mission, NASA's most prolific exoplanet finder in history, hit a major breakthrough with the help of artificial intelligence (AI). Google Brain functions to assist and conduct research on things like teaching machines to be fair and helping robots pick up sand.

Kepler completed its main mission in 2012, but continued to collect data in an extended mission. We all heard many times the stories about the existence of aliens but maybe this Thursday the most prominent space agency is going to reveal the secret.

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According to the press release, K2 is "introducing new research opportunities to study young stars, supernovae and other cosmic phenomena". The Kepler Space Telescope has discovered thousands of exoplanets.

NASA has been on a roll lately, spotting more than a dozen planets over the previous year that might be capable of sustaining life.

Nasa said that four engineers and scientists would take part in the press conference, including Paul Hertz, who leads Nasa's astrophysics division, a senior Google software engineer, and two scientists.

However, its decision to call a press conference suggests this could be a more significant discovery.