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  1. As of now, we cannot definitively provide an exact number of stars that have been discovered or identified by AI systems. However, we can say that machine learning and AI algorithms are playing a crucial role in the identification and classification of celestial objects, including stars. These technologies have significantly improved the efficiency and accuracy of star discovery and cataloguing processes.
  3. One example is the Kepler Space Telescope, which used algorithms to find exoplanets orbiting around distant stars. The Kepler mission discovered thousands of exoplanets in its four-year mission. Additionally, AI has been utilized in projects like Gaia, an ESA mission that maps a billion stars in our galaxy.
  5. These examples demonstrate the potential of AI in the realm of astronomy and star discovery. However, to provide you with an exact number would require more specific information or criteria for defining what constitutes a "discovery by AI."