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Here you can find the info about the project and the projects section a lot of code

http://code.nasa.gov/

I've see project about computer vision, mission analysis, Design Analysis and Optimization that I think can be related to AI. Given that NASA has always had a pretty good programmers, It may be really interesting

asked 22 Jan '12, 11:38

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January 4, 2012 | Today we are launching code.nasa.gov, the latest member of the open NASA web family. Through this website, we will continue, unify, and expand NASA’s open source activities. The site will serve to surface existing projects, provide a forum for discussing projects and processes, and guide internal and external groups in open development, release, and contribution. [...]

http://open.nasa.gov/blog/2012/01/04/the-plan-for-code/

Thank's a lot, very much appreciated! The website is still tagged as Alpha, so we can expect to see a lot more features and codes releases in the future!

EDIT: it seems the project is very new, and that they also provide a forum for discussing projects and ideas. I don't know if it is open to the public or private to the NASA people.

Also, I love the ending phrase:

We believe that tomorrow’s space and science systems will be built in the open, and that code.nasa.gov will play a big part in getting us there. Will your code someday escape our solar system or land on an alien planet? We’re working to make it happen, and with your help, it will.

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answered 22 Jan '12, 16:11

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edited 22 Jan '12, 16:26

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