**Interpreting The Predictions Of Deep Neural Networks**

CERN has equipped itself with an inter-experimental working group on Machine Learning since a couple...

**Machine Learning For Phenomenology**

These days the use of machine learning is exploding, as problems which can be solved more effectively...

**The Magical Caves Of Frasassi**

While spending a few vacation days on a trip around central Italy I made a stop in a place in the...

**NA62 Places Bid For Future Observation Of Super-Rare Kaon Decay**

Yesterday's seminar at CERN by Giuseppe Ruggiero unveiled the preliminary results of a search for...

*Other people's data ntuples are a bit like their genitals. You may occasionally be allowed to play with them, but you should not expect to be granted unhindered access."*

Unknown (the previous attribution to M. F. is fallacious)

As silly as it may look, I am going to start this post by publishing for the third time in a row the same figure. That is because I want to keep the promise I made earlier that I would explain in terms as simple as possible (although not simpler) the details hidden behind the coloured curves and functions pictured there. I will also take this chance to come down a little from the level of technicality of the recent posts: after all, this blog is supposedly for everybody, and not just for Ph.D. students and recipients.

Besides predicting a mirror copy of Standard Model (SM) particles, MSSM models are characterized by containing not just one, but five distinct Higgs bosons; over much of the space of possible parameters of these theories, one of the five Higgs bosons is quite similar to the one and only SM Higgs, so that one can discuss the SM Higgs and the lightest neutral scalar of the MSSM together without generating confusion.