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Particle physicists turn to AI to cope with CERN’s collision deluge

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Nature 557, 147-148 (2018)


Updates & Corrections

  • Correction 09 May 2018: The original version of this article misquoted Cécile Germain as saying that the decay tracks that result from particle collisions are arcs of ellipses. In fact, they are helix-shaped.


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