AI Enhances the First-Ever Real Photo of a Supermassive Black Hole 6.5 Billion Times Heavier than the Sun

Artificial intelligence has improved a first-ever photo of a black hole supermassive 6.5 billion times more massive than the Sun

In 2017, the European Southern Observatory obtained the first real photo ever taken of a blackhole. Six years later artificial intelligence improved the image.

Here’s what we know

Scientists in the United States have improved a photo of a \”black hole\”. The original photo shows something that looks like a \”fuzzy doughnut\”. The image was improved by experts using the PRIMO algorithm based on machine-learning.