Did NASA discover alien life? The space agency is about to make a big announcement this week, unveiling the latest success of the Kepler space telescope, the most prolific exoplanet finder in history. To that effect, NASA has called for a press teleconference on Thursday, December 14, at 1 p.m. EST, to share the massive discovery with the world. The news release mentions AI as a key element in the epic find, noting its vital contribution to the latest Kepler encounter. "The discovery was made by researchers using machine learning from Google," NASA officials write in the media advisory. The highly anticipated reveal, which has everyone talking about a possible breakthrough in the search for alien life, will be streamed online at NASA Live, as well as on Space.com.
According to a NASA news release issued on Friday (December 8), the Kepler mission has hit a major breakthrough with the help of artificial intelligence (AI), and the space agency is eager to tell us all about it.
The Kepler scope has discovered that we are in fact a science fair exhibit for an Arcturian 6th grader.
The judging will take place this Thursday. If we take first place we move on to the regional judging. 2nd place or lower and we get ---- canned.
Look sharp people!
Nope--a guy named Ford Prefect showed up at NASA HQ to explain about that bypass the Volgons are building, and that Earth will be destroyed in short order. The announcement will be that everyone should carry a towel with them...
They've discovered a Republican candidate so repugnant that the party won't support him in a general election?!!?
"They've discovered a Republican candidate so repugnant that the party won't support him in a general election?!!?"
If they have, he's from another galaxy.
I heard it was something along the lines that NASA now feels it has enough evidence to conclude that every star has at least on planet orbiting it. But watch it turn out to be something totally different.
"It would certainly add drama to the announcement if the alien burst out of the spokesman's chest."
That's not funny. If it actually happens, you should feel very ashamed, and possibly guilty.
#1 | POSTED BY REDLIGHTROBOT
Is that the Close Encounters tune?
#9 | Posted by IndianaJones at 2017-12-11 07:49 PM
That's the second, more pleasant version said on the mesa with flute, oboe & bassoon. Mothership is the tuba.
Spielberg's mother was a musician and father a computer programmer according to IMDB. Everything makes sense.
I'm guessing a large meteor is heading towards Earth and we are all going to die.
That said, at least no more worries about Trump.
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