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Collaborative Research Center SFB 876 - Providing Information by Resource-Constrained Data Analysis

The collaborative research center SFB876 brings together data mining and embedded systems. On the one hand, embedded systems can be further improved using machine learning. On the other hand, data mining algorithms can be realized in hardware, e.g. FPGAs, or run on GPGPUs. The restrictions of ubiquitous systems in computing power, memory, and energy demand new algorithms for known learning tasks. These resource bounded learning algorithms may also be applied on extremely large data bases on servers.


Event date: July 15 2021 16:15
Title: Learning in Graph Neural Networks
Abstract: Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) have become a popular tool for learning representations of graph-structured inputs, with applications in computational chemistry, recommendation, pharmacy, reasoning, and many other areas. In this talk, I will show some recent results on learning with message-passing GNNs. In particular, GNNs possess important invariances and inductive biases that affect learning and generalization. We relate these properties and the choice of the aggregation function to predictions within and outside the training distribution.
This talk is based on joint work with Keyulu Xu, Jingling Li, Mozhi Zhang, Simon S. Du, Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi, Vikas Garg and Tommi Jaakkola.
Short bio: Stefanie Jegelka is an Associate Professor in the Department of EECS at MIT. She is a member of the Computer Science and AI Lab (CSAIL), the Center for Statistics, and an affiliate of IDSS and the ORC. Before joining MIT, she was a postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley, and obtained her PhD from ETH Zurich and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems. Stefanie has received a Sloan Research Fellowship, an NSF CAREER Award, a DARPA Young Faculty Award, a Google research award, a Two Sigma faculty research award, the German Pattern Recognition Award and a Best Paper Award at the International Conference for Machine Learning (ICML). Her research interests span the theory and practice of algorithmic machine learning.

Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik at the Digitalstrategie.NRW series of MWIDE

In a discussion on the topic "Artificial Intelligence: Cutting-edge Research and Applications from NRW", Prof. Dr. Katharina Morik, Head of the Chair of Artificial Intelligence and speaker of the Collaborative Research Center 876, reported live at TU Dortmund University on the research field of Artificial Intelligence and, among other things, on the CRC 876. She hereby explained why Machine Learning is important for securing Germany's future. Participants of the virtual event were able to join in on the live discussion.

A recording of the event is available online!

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