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Particle Physicists Turn to AI to Cope with CERN's Collision Deluge


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Pixel detector, CERN CMS experiment

The pixel detector at CERN's CMS experiment records particles that emerge from collisions.

Credit: CERN

Physicists at the world's leading atom smasher are calling for help. In the next decade, they plan to produce up to 20 times more particle collisions in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) than they do now, but current detector systems aren't fit for the coming deluge.

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