Training Tunki Artificial Intelligence Model

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The Tunki Artificial Intelligence Model is an computational system that harnesses available research from NASA’s space biology teams. Its primary focus is to offer a comprehensive understanding of the current state of knowledge on the impacts of cosmic radiation on living organisms. This understanding is built on a vast database of studies, experiments, and observations. But Tunki’s capabilities don’t stop at mere cataloging. With its algorithms, it can actively formulate new research hypotheses, design intricate simulations, and predict potential results. This allows researchers to gain insights into the effects of cosmic radiation without always resorting to real-world experiments, accelerating the pace of discovery in space biology.

The Tunki Artificial Intelligence Model was conceived as part of the 2023 Space App Challenge. Its primary mission is to develop the project titled ‘Training an Artificial Intelligence Model on the Effects of Cosmic Radiation on Living Organisms’. Through this initiative, Tunki aims to leverage cutting-edge computational techniques to gain deeper insights into how cosmic radiation impacts life forms, harnessing a vast array of data and advanced algorithms to further our understanding in this critical area of space biology.

Tunki has been replaced by Turtle

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