"Artificial Intelligence in Spin Physics"
Dustin Keller , University of Virginia - Department of Physics
[Host: Despina Louca]
The landscape of physics research is changing due to the rapid advancement in computing. Traditionally, science is done through observation and experimentation. While there is no indication yet that this trend will change overnight, there is an increasing likelihood that methods in physics are changing in a way that we must prepare for. New technology, new methods, and new instrumentation must be brought to the forefront to take advantage of the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence and its ubiquitous pervasiveness in all aspects of research and life. I briefly review some of the advancement in machine learning and how these developments are changing our field using examples in Spin Physics from the recent past, the present, and near the future.
Friday, January 28, 2022
Online, Room via Zoom
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