In the News
AI In the Sky (APS press conf)
The Application of Artificial Intelligence to Strong Lensing. From press conference at APS April meeting 2018.
Using AI to Find a Cosmic Looking Glass
The automation of astronomy has only just begun—and there's no telling where it will end.
[Joshua Sokol in The Atlantic]
Computer Science Technique Helps Astronomers Explore the Universe
"Deep learning" finds telltale arcs of light that indicate massive objects. [Ramin Skibba for Inside Science]
Machines Learning Astronomy
The new era of artificial intelligence & Big Data is changing how we do astronomy.
[Monica Young for Sky and Telescope Magazine]
AI in Action: Machines that make sense of the sky
[Joshua Sokol for Science Magazine]
A Case of Warped Space
Confirming strong gravitational lenses in the Dark Energy Survey
[Brian Nord and Liz Buckley-Geer for Gemini Focus Magazine]
At This Art Exhibit, The Artists Are Also Astrophysicists
Scientists studying dark energy are amassing thousands of images of galaxies and exploding stars. Now, they’re finally getting an art show.
[MEG MILLER for Co.Design]
Physics becomes entertainment at Fermilab
Give five physicists 10 minutes to talk about their research as if they were a detective, Elvis or Stephen Colbert and you might regret sleeping through high school physics class all those years ago.
[Stephanie K. Baer