I heard they now use artificial intelligence for the maintenance protocols of the airplanes, it seems pretty complicated and scary.
Not at all. Actually it is quite the opposite...
... They use a software that collects data from airplane's sensors and predicts potential failures. The software classifies these huge amount of data in real time and is able to detect the slightest anomaly on the plane...
... This info allows engineers to schedule maintenance operations very quickly and precisely. Therefore, costs are reduced since aircrafts are less likely to stop working or have delays.
Like finding a needle in a haystack. How did you say it was the software's name?
The Lady of the Lake. It was created by researchers in LumenAI.
From what you just said, I guess this software must run on a giant server in the North Pole
Hey man, how do you know all this?
My wife is a data scientist and she uses the Lady of the Lake quite often with different kinds of data.