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Anomaly Adventures: Through the Eyes of a Computer

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Patrons compare images to find the differences to learn about the process of "anomaly detection," and how scientists use this process to explore the Universe and study our own planet

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Add a Tech Twist Optional: Go through the images together as a large group with the PowerPoint Presentation included in the lesson plan
Hints for uses in your library This activity can be done as a passive program or as a large group presentation
Related Links NASA Images of Change
Teachable Machine
Clyde Tombaugh
Anomaly Detection
Originating Source STAR Library Network
Photo Credit: NASA
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Practical Machine Learning: A New Look at Anomaly Detection by Ted Dunning and B Ellen Friedman

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Anomaly Adventures: Through the Eyes of a Computer

Anomaly Adventures: Through the Eyes of a Computer

Patrons compare images to find the differences to learn about the process of "anomaly detection," and how scientists use this process to explore the Universe and study our own planet