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March 2, 2024
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Algorithms descend into sewers to improve inspections

They never cross our minds until they become damaged and then they’re a huge problem: our sewers. Their maintenance could be much faster and more accurate, Ph.D. candidate Dirk Meijer has discovered. Algorithms are also proving to be a godsend deep underground.They never cross our minds until they become damaged and then they’re a huge problem: our sewers. Their maintenance could be much faster and more accurate, Ph.D. candidate Dirk Meijer has discovered. Algorithms are also proving to be a godsend deep underground.

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