Prairie View A&M to Build AI-Driven Q&A System for NASA
Collaborating with Texas Southern and Texas A&M universities, professors and students at Prairie View are working on an artificial intelligence system that would use NASA’s data to answer science questions from the public.
(TNS) — Prairie View A&M University is receiving $1.5 million from NASA to create an AI question-and-answer system that could make the agency’s data more accessible to students and the general public.
Think of it as ChatGPT for NASA.
For instance, a high school student might ask, “What is the impact of climate change on sea level rise?” The system, using artificial intelligence and machine learning, would create an easy-to-understand answer based on satellite data that measures how much water is stored in ice sheets and oceans.