Machine Learning Seminar presentation
Topic: Machine Learning on graphs
Speaker: Diego Kozlowski, University of Luxembourg, Department of Computational Science
Time: Wednesday 2020.11.18, 10:00 CET
How to join: Please contact Jakub Lengiewicz
Graphs are a ubiquitous data structure that can be exploited in many different problems. In tasks where observations are not independently drawn from the data generating process, but their codependencies add valuable information, a network analysis might be useful for modelling those relations.
In this seminar, we will discuss Graph Neural Networks, the deep learning approach for dealing with networks.
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