24 June 2021
Colloquium by Prof. Michael Bronstein, Professor for Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, Imperial College London
Thursday, 24 June 2021 14:00, Zoom Meeting
Geometric Deep Learning aims to bring geometric unification to deep learning in the spirit of the Erlangen Programme.
Such an endeavor serves a dual purpose: it provides a common mathematical framework to study the
most successful neural network architectures, such as CNNs, RNNs, GNNs, and Transformers,
and gives a constructive proecedure to incorporate prior knowledge into neural networks
and build furture architectures in a principled way.
In this talk, I will overview the mathematical principles underlying Geometric Depp Learning on grids,
graphs, and manifolds, and show some of the exciting and ground breaking applications of these methods
in the domains of computer vision, social science, biology, and drug design.
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