Warwick physicists are among scientists developing vital software to exploit the large data sets collected by the next-generation experiments in high energy physics at the Large Hadron Collider. The new software will crunch the masses of data that the LHC and next-generation neutrino experiments will produce this decade.
Project Odysseus - Understanding London ‘busyness’ and exiting lockdown
Natural language processing
Warwick Machine Learning Group
Scientists at Warwick's Department of Computer Science have developed a state of the art AI algorithm to predict the chances of surviving oral cancers.
WBS analysed data from 69 million online photos to estimate global tourism statistics for all G7 countries. Find out more in our paper.
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