project . 2020 - 2024 . On going

Teaching AI to explain cosmology

UK Research and Innovation
  • Funder: UK Research and InnovationProject code: 2425038
  • Funded under: STFC
  • Status: On going
  • Start Date
    27 Sep 2020
    End Date
    29 Sep 2024
Description
UCL has been heavily involved in large galaxy surveys: DES & KiDS (both with their observations complete, many results already published, and new analyses underway), DESI (had its first light in October 2019; survey to start in 2020), Euclid & LSST (both to start surveys in 2022). While there is a well-defined Bayesian model-dependent methodology to derive cosmological parameters from the data, the cosmology community is only at the beginning of getting AI algorithms to (i) explain and interpret what the algorithms are actually doing; (ii) incorporating known base-line Physics in the algorithms; and (iii) discovering new Physics (or new systematics) from...
Description
UCL has been heavily involved in large galaxy surveys: DES & KiDS (both with their observations complete, many results already published, and new analyses underway), DESI (had its first light in October 2019; survey to start in 2020), Euclid & LSST (both to start surveys in 2022). While there is a well-defined Bayesian model-dependent methodology to derive cosmological parameters from the data, the cosmology community is only at the beginning of getting AI algorithms to (i) explain and interpret what the algorithms are actually doing; (ii) incorporating known base-line Physics in the algorithms; and (iii) discovering new Physics (or new systematics) from...
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