Friday Hacks #232, November 04: Graphs at Scale: Powering Google Maps, Drug Discovery, and Recommendation Systems with Graph Deep Learning
Posted on by Shen Yi Hong
Date/Time: Friday, November 4 at 7:00pm SGT
Venue: Level 2 Auditorium @ i3 Building
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Food 🍕 will be served!
If you are unable to come join us physically, you are welcome to join us online!
1) Graphs at Scale: Powering Google Maps, Drug Discovery, and Recommendation Systems with Graph Deep Learning
Everything around you can be represented as a graph! Understanding the relationships between different interacting entities opens up a world of opportunities. With awesome applications in Commerce, Healthcare, Finance, Transportation, Manufacturing, and Social Networks, ✨Graph Deep Learning ✨ has risen in popularity over the past 3 years. Graph Neural Networks offer an interesting way of learning over graph-structured data to predict who you can follow 🤝, the best chemicals for a drug 💊, travel time from home to school 🚕, and what you’re going to watch next 📺. Through colourful diagrams and simple analogies, I distill what’s happened so far in the field and chat about what’s to come.
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