SI in Google’s online balloons

The Loon project, implemented by Google, uses Artificial Intelligence. This technology will help maintain a steady position of online balloons, thus compensating for the impact of weather on the functioning of the entire system.

The Internet is still not available in many parts of our planet, mainly because of the high cost of delivering the signal. Google has been implementing the Loon Project for several years, an initiative aimed at making developing countries fast and cheap on the Internet.

The concept of the web giant is based on the large balloons that will act as signal relays. The problem is that such balloons are susceptible to changes in weather and strong winds can push them off of a fixed position. Google wants to avoid this, so it assumes the use of Artificial Intelligence, specifically, machine learning that will maintain its position.

The balloon, of course, does not have its own drive, so a special algorithm will accumulate huge amounts of data and thus use air currents to keep it above the mainland.

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