Towards Guaranteed Safe AI: A Framework for Ensuring Robust and Reliable AI Systems

Kavli Affiliate: Max Tegmark | First 5 Authors: David “davidad” Dalrymple, Joar Skalse, Yoshua Bengio, Stuart Russell, Max Tegmark | Summary: Ensuring that AI systems reliably and robustly avoid harmful or dangerous behaviours is a crucial challenge, especially for AI systems with a high degree of autonomy and general intelligence, or systems used in safety-critical […]


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Towards Guaranteed Safe AI: A Framework for Ensuring Robust and Reliable AI Systems

Kavli Affiliate: Max Tegmark | First 5 Authors: David “davidad” Dalrymple, Joar Skalse, Yoshua Bengio, Stuart Russell, Max Tegmark | Summary: Ensuring that AI systems reliably and robustly avoid harmful or dangerous behaviours is a crucial challenge, especially for AI systems with a high degree of autonomy and general intelligence, or systems used in safety-critical […]


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Advancing Precision Particle Background Estimation for Future X-ray Missions: Correlated Variability between AMS and Chandra/XMM-Newton

Kavli Affiliate: Eric D. Miller | First 5 Authors: Arnab Sarkar, Catherine E. Grant, Eric D. Miller, Mark Bautz, Benjamin Schneider | Summary: Galactic cosmic ray (GCR) particles have a significant impact on the particle-induced background of X-ray observatories, and their flux exhibits substantial temporal variability, potentially influencing background levels. In this study, we present […]


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Measurement of cesium $8P_{J}{rightarrow}$ $6P_{J’}$ electric quadrupole transition probabilities using fluorescence spectroscopy

Kavli Affiliate: Jing Wang | First 5 Authors: Jing Wang, Yuki Miyamoto, Hideaki Hara, Minoru Tanaka, Motomichi Tashiro | Summary: Fluorescence spectra of the $8P_{J}{rightarrow}$ $6P_{J’}$ ($J$ and $J’$ = 3/2, 1/2) electric quadrupole transition of cesium atoms have been observed with a heated cesium vapor cell. We determined the ratio of the transition probabilities […]


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Measurement of cesium $8P_{J}rightarrow 6P_{J’}$ electric quadrupole transition probabilities using fluorescence spectroscopy

Kavli Affiliate: Jing Wang | First 5 Authors: Jing Wang, Yuki Miyamoto, Hideaki Hara, Minoru Tanaka, Motomichi Tashiro | Summary: Fluorescence spectra of the $8P_{J} rightarrow 6P_{J’}$ ($J$ and $J’$ = 3/2, 1/2) electric quadrupole transition of cesium atoms have been observed with a heated cesium vapor cell. We determined the ratio of the transition […]


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Effect of the Large Magellanic Cloud on the kinematics of Milky Way satellites and virial mass estimate

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Andrey Kravtsov, Sophia Winney, , , | Summary: We present a study illustrating the effects of the passage of a Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) mass satellite on the distance and velocity distributions of satellites in $Lambda+$Cold Dark Matter simulations of Milky Way (MW) sized halos. In agreement […]


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JADES — The small blue bump in GN-z11: insights into the nuclear region of a galaxy at z=10.6

Kavli Affiliate: Roberto Maiolino | First 5 Authors: Xihan Ji, Roberto Maiolino, Gary Ferland, Francesco D’Eugenio, Rachana Bhatawdekar | Summary: We report the detection of continuum excess in the rest-frame UV between 3000 {AA} and 3550 {AA} in the JWST/NIRSpec spectrum of GN-z11, a galaxy hosting an active galactic nucleus (AGN) at z = 10.603. […]


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TransAnaNet: Transformer-based Anatomy Change Prediction Network for Head and Neck Cancer Patient Radiotherapy

Kavli Affiliate: Jing Wang | First 5 Authors: Meixu Chen, Kai Wang, Michael Dohopolski, Howard Morgan, Jing Wang | Summary: Early identification of head and neck cancer (HNC) patients who would experience significant anatomical change during radiotherapy (RT) is important to optimize patient clinical benefit and treatment resources. This study aims to assess the feasibility […]


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The Simons Observatory: Design, integration, and testing of the small aperture telescopes

Kavli Affiliate: Jeffrey J. McMahon | First 5 Authors: Nicholas Galitzki, Tran Tsan, Jake Spisak, Michael Randall, Max Silva-Feaver | Summary: The Simons Observatory (SO) is a cosmic microwave background (CMB) survey experiment that includes small-aperture telescopes (SATs) observing from an altitude of 5,200 m in the Atacama Desert in Chile. The SO SATs will […]


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The Simons Observatory: Design, integration, and testing of the small aperture telescopes

Kavli Affiliate: Jeffrey J. McMahon | First 5 Authors: Nicholas Galitzki, Tran Tsan, Jake Spisak, Michael Randall, Max Silva-Feaver | Summary: The Simons Observatory (SO) is a cosmic microwave background (CMB) survey experiment that includes small-aperture telescopes (SATs) observing from an altitude of 5,200 m in the Atacama Desert in Chile. The SO SATs will […]


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