China launches first commercial satellite with artificial intelligence

China has sent the world's first commercial "hypersatellite" powered by artificial intelligence technology into orbit

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China launches first commercial satellite with artificial intelligence

According to the China Global Television Network (CGTN), the satellite named “Xingshidai-18” (Rongpiao) was launched by the Tayyüen Satellite Launch Center with the Smart Dragon-3 (SD-3) rocket at 11:06 a.m. local time off the coast of Yangciang city in Guangdong province in southern China.

The rocket, carrying Egypt’s NExSat-1 satellite, was sent into orbit.

The “Xingshidai-18” satellite, manufactured by Guoxing Aerospace Technology Company, became the first artificial intelligence-powered commercial satellite to orbit the Earth.

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