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AI improves crack detection in nuclear reactors
As I write this, Futurama’s Bender is on my TV expressing his opinions about the flaws of us humans. Although he may take it a little farther than I would, it’s true that we don’t have the best natural detection capabilities. And when you’re talking about detecting structural flaws in something like a nuclear reactor, human error isn’t something with which I’d want to take a chance.Luckily, technology is able to help us with this, and it’s sure to be much more helpful than Bender the Robot. A system in development at Purdue University is poised to help operators detect cracks and their severity in nuclear reactors, according to a recent article by Chris Adam.
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