To Make Fairer AI, Physicists Peer Inside Its Black Box

Physicists built the Large Hadron Collider to study the inner workings of the universe. Inside a 27-kilometer underground ring straddling the French-Swiss border, the machine smashes protons together at nearly the speed of light to produce—fleetingly—the smallest constituent building blocks of nature. Sifting through snapshots of these collisions, LHC researchers look for new particles and…

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