Replicability takes on particular that means when researching phenomena which can be embedded in area and time, together with phenomena distributed on the floor and close to floor of the Earth. Two ideas, spatial dependence and spatial heterogeneity, are usually attribute of such phenomena. Varied practices have developed in coping with spatial heterogeneity, together with using place-based fashions. We evaluate the quickly rising functions of synthetic intelligence to phenomena distributed in area and time and speculate on how the precept of spatial heterogeneity is likely to be addressed. We introduce an idea of weak replicability and talk about attainable approaches to its measurement.