Local Scientists Develop Artificial Intelligence That Could Be Firefighters’ “Guardian Angel”

New artificial intelligence technology, developed jointly by the Jet Propulsion Lab and the Department of Homeland Security, could one day guide first responders in the field. Credits: USAF photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon Edward Chow (left), Manager of JPL’s Civil Program Office and program manager for a new artificial intelligence technology, stands with John Merrill (right), Next Generation First Responder program manager for the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate. Credits: Edward Chow Firefighters have only their wits and five senses to rely on inside a burning building. But research developed in part by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory may change that, introducing artificial intelligence (AI) that could collect data on temperatures, gases and other danger signals and guide a team of first responders safely through the flames. AUDREY, the…


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