OREANDA-NEWS A group of young researchers from Swinburne University of Technology announced the creation of a program integrated with artificial intelligence. The robot will detect fast flashes in space, which may indicate the existence of extraterrestrial life. For the first time, strange flashes that could not be given any characteristics and explanations were recorded in October 2018 with a radio telescope installed in Australia.

Scientists have called them radio flashes and to this day cannot solve the mystery of their origin. University graduate student James Swinburne has created an automated system with artificial intelligence that can capture such radio flashes. Radio waves from space arrive at the Earth for billions of light years.

The use of artificial intelligence will allow to separate the radio waves of other origins from those that may have been sent by extraterrestrial civilizations. They have a previously unattainable highest resolution in time and frequency.