25.02.2024

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ELLIS Workshop: Semantic, Symbolic and Interpretable Machine Learning

Organized by our PI Volker Tresp

MCML PI Volker Tresp organized an ELLIS Workshop together with Kristian Kersting (TU Darmstadt) & Paolo Frasconi (Università di Firenze).

The workshop concerned machine learning approaches which operate at the human abstraction level, where the world is described by entities, concepts, and their mutual relationships. Among other topics, multi-relational learning, learning with (temporal) knowledge graphs, and the extraction of statistical and logical regularities from data were covered. Methods included embedding approaches, graph neural networks, scene graph analysis, neuro-symbolic programming, and inductive logic programming.

The workshop brought together like-minded researchers who had fruitful interactions.

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25.02.2024


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