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When one of NASA's sun-studying satellites went down, AI was there to fill in the gaps

Claptrap314 Silver badge

More like extrapolation. Higher error bounds.

But how EXACTLY do you set the error bounds on this "synthetic instrument". Used to be that when an instrument failed, we accepted that we had lost the data it was producing, and moved on.

If this is now "science", we have a problem.

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