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Randomize-then-optimize (RTO) is widely used for sampling from posterior distributions in Bayesian inverse problems. However, RTO may be computationally intensive for complexity problems due to repetitive evaluations of the expensive forward model and its gradient. In this work, we present a novel strategy to substantially reduce the computation burden of RTO by using a goal-oriented deep neural networks (DNN) surrogate approach. In particular, the training points for the DNN-surrogate arearXiv:2104.06285v1 fatcat:gjgw4sl2yzaqdie3zprvidvkne