We owe a great apportion of gratitude to the robots that get up every morning to explore far reaches of the universe that we humans are just incapable of hall on. Nevertheless there’s still the hitch of we humans having to tell these stuff what to do from our humble laboratories here on Earth. The brilliantly named Wolfgang Fink, a physicist and older researcher at the California Institute of Technology, has devices to remedy said dilemma by creating autonomous spacecrafts “that will be able to analyze data about points of relevance as it passes and then make cursory decisions about what needs to be investigated.” In essence, he’s looking to detach the Earthlings from the equation, which would enable smart robots to explore on their own and probably detect new pools of purified water, REEM-B’s long flummoxed siblings or the heartfelt most innovative NES-in-a-suchlike mod. 2020 people, indicator it down.
Clever Space Robots Will Explore Universe by 2020