Breaking new ground

It’s essential that governments are able to draw on the most reliable and up-to-date information. Similarly, the work of academic and research institutions should be put to the best possible use.

That’s why our research team collaborates with experts from The Alan Turing Institute, Chatham House, the Royal Society, and the universities of Leeds, Oxford, Bristol among others. Conducting original, peer-reviewed and independently funded research, the team explore topics ranging from statistical methods for calibration of agent-based models to performance programming for simulation and AI.

Research

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Machine learning surrogates for highly realistic simulations

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Trusting a black box: explaining complex simulation outcomes using LIME

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Generalized posteriors in approximate Bayesian computation

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Insights

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Professor Jordan Giddings and Rob Solly join Improbable

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Three Enduring Lessons from the Louisiana Maneuvers

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Synthetic training brought to life

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