Earth's Reactions to Space
We fed an AI model thousands of comments about the James Webb Space Telescope and mapped the conversation.
To demonstrate how the latest AI models can be used to analyze language data, each week we’ll explore a new topic using an AI research tool we’re developing at Addition.
This week: mapping reactions to the breathtaking images from the James Webb Space Telescope.
To generate this analysis we fed thousands of James Webb reaction Tweets to our AI tool. A GPT-3 model reads each Tweet for insights, groups them based on their conceptual similarity, and outputs a report about the most talked-about themes.
The following report was generated by a 🤖 with no human editing:
Theme #1: Amazing
People are amazed by the telescope's ability to capture such clear and detailed images of distant objects in space. There seems to be a general sense of wonder and awe at the beauty and scale of the universe, and the James Webb Space Telescope is helping us to explore and understand it in new ways.
Theme #2: Insights
People are excited about the telescope's ability to provide insights into the universe that were previously unavailable. The telescope's images of distant galaxies are particularly impressive, and people are eager to learn more about what they can tell us about the history of the universe.
Theme #3: Storage
The James Webb Space Telescope uses a 68GB SSD to store its incredible images and data. This is enough to hold a day's worth of info, and the telescope can beam this data down in just 4 hours a day. The authors of the tweets seem impressed by this feat, and it is clear that the telescope's storage capabilities are quite impressive.
Theme #4: Detail
The James Webb Space Telescope is capable of capturing extremely detailed images of distant objects in space, as evidenced by the recent release of images of Jupiter and its moon Europa. The telescope has also captured stunning images of the Southern Ring Nebula. The authors of the tweets above are clearly impressed by the level of detail that the James Webb Space Telescope is able to capture, and believe that it provides a valuable tool for studying the universe.
Theme #5: Damage
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has been hit by a small meteor, causing damage to the telescope's mirrors. This news has caused a stir on social media, with many people expressing concern for the telescope and its future.
The damage caused by the meteor is not considered to be severe, and scientists are confident that it can be repaired. However, this incident highlights the importance of protecting the JWST from potential collisions with space debris.
Theme #6: Innovation
The James Webb Space Telescope is one of the most innovative and complex machines ever created. It has the ability to take incredibly detailed images of the universe, and scientists are already making new discoveries with it that defy expectations. The telescope is also inspiring the next generation of astronomers and space explorers.
Theme #7: Images
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a powerful new tool that is providing stunning images of the universe. These images are providing insights into the nature of space and the universe beyond our own planet. The authors of the tweets above are reacting with awe and wonder at the images that the JWST is producing. They are also highlighting some of the key features and capabilities of this new telescope.
Theme #7: Stunning
The James Webb Space Telescope has deployed and captured stunning new images of the universe. The images indicate that the universe is the result of careful craftsmanship, not coincidence. The telescope has also captured an image of an imploding white dwarf, which is breathtaking.
Theme #8: Instrument
The James Webb Space Telescope is a powerful instrument that has the ability to see thousands of galaxies. It has been used to take some of the most stunning images of space that have ever been seen. The telescope has also been used to study the first stars and habitable worlds.
Theme #9: Starry
These tweets show the public's reaction to the first image taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. The image was of the night sky, and many people compared it to Van Gogh's "Starry Night." The overall reaction seems to be one of awe and wonder, with people marveling at the beauty of the image and the capabilities of the telescope.
Theme #10: Time
The James Webb Space Telescope is a powerful tool that allows us to see back in time to the formation of the first galaxies. The tweets discuss how this telescope lets us see further back in time than any other telescope, and how this can help us understand the formation of the universe. The authors of the tweets seem to be excited about the potential of this telescope and what it can teach us about the universe.