Hello everyone! Today I’ll tell you all about some of the interesting developments in space recently! The space industry has been really busy. Recently a lot of interesting things have happened. So let’s get started!


Starship serial number 15 made history on Wednesday May 5! The ascent profile was completely nominal and was similar to SN8, SN9, SN10 and SN11. However history was made when SN15 landed intact (and stayed intact) on the pad. SN15 had many upgrades compared to the other Starship models. It has upgraded Raptor engines that have been tested thoroughly. …

Photo by 🇻🇪 Jose G. Ortega Castro 🇲🇽 on Unsplash

In this blog I am going to talk about Convolutional Neural Networks, or CNN’s for short. CNN’s are really useful for things like image processing. We will start by understanding how a CNN works.

Images can be considered to be a very large matrix. If we consider a black and white(grayscale) image then all the pixels will have some values. Let us consider that 1 is white and 0 is black. So we have an image like this:

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Hi everyone! In this blog, I am going to tell you about Deep Neural Networks, or DNN for short. In my last blog, I had told you about the 3 part blog that will talk about the various types of Neural Networks and this is the first part of the 3 part blog.

This blog can be followed if you have almost no prior experience and you just want to get started making AI models. However, I’ll assume you have experience with Python. …

Have you ever thought of making a mobile application that uses AI to make predictions on the go? Well you are not alone. As a part of my project at school, I had to make a mobile app that uses AI to classify diseases in plants. Some of you might have guessed that I used a CNN(Convolutional Neural Network). I coded and trained the AI with TensorFlow. But the most difficult part came when I needed to put that AI in an app.

I tried using the conventional way of making an android app and actually got it to work…

Image from https://mars.nasa.gov/news/8857/nasa-invites-public-to-share-thrill-of-mars-perseverance-rover-landing/

On February 18, 2021, NASA’s Perseverance rover will land on Mars, planet number four from the Sun. Although Mars is the next planet from Earth and Perseverance is travelling at a very high speed, it still took around seven months for the trip from Earth to the Martian environment. This gives an idea of the enormous distances between planets in the solar system.

Tanmay Choudhary

Space exploration, AI and Flutter enthusiast. Aspiring aerospace engineer.

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