Compute Accelerator Forum - CADNA, numerical stability; AI-augmented facilities

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Graeme A Stewart
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Thomas Nik Bazl Fard, Benjamin Morgan, Maria Girone, Stefan Roiser
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    • 4:30 PM 4:35 PM
      News 5m
      Speakers: Benjamin Morgan (University of Warwick (GB)), Graeme A Stewart (CERN), Dr Maria Girone (CERN), Michael Bussmann, Stefan Roiser (CERN)
    • 4:35 PM 5:30 PM
      CADNA a tool for estimating numerical stability 55m
      Speaker: Fabienne Jézéquel (LIP6, Sorbonne University)
    • 5:30 PM 6:00 PM
      The case for AI-augmented facilities 30m

      AI complements human abilities in a way previous ways of computerized automation could not. While in simulation, data analytics and control the use of human written algorithms has achieved tremendous success, AI-driven methods enter areas hitherto though to be part of the human domain. From finding new patterns in data to modeling complex systems and allowing for conversational access to compute resources, AI can add to the mix of human-in-the-loop science at research facilities. We argue that this addition can help to make facilities cater better to the needs of scientific communities and single researchers alike, without relying on the persuasive allure of premature automation based on black box approaches.

      Speaker: Dr Michael Bussmann