ENCCS with RISE offer a half-day course in A.I. as a tool for change. Participants will get an understanding of what artificial intelligence is, which problems can be solved with those techniques, and how they can be used within an organization. We will give an overview on what processes one goes through when they utilize A.I. to solve problems. We are also going to illuminate the limitations of those techniques and give examples of when they are appropriate.
This workshop will take you from the representation of graphs and finite sets as inputs for neural networks to the implementation of full GNNs for a variety of tasks. You will learn about the central concepts used in GNNs in a hands-on setting using Jupyter Notebooks and a series of coding exercises. While the workshop will use problems from the field of chemistry as an example for applications, the skills you learn can be transferred to any domain where finite set or graph-based representations of data are appropriate. From GNNs, we will make the leap to Transformer architectures, and explain the conceptual ties between the two.
In recent years, Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) and Transformers have led to numerous breakthrough achievements in a variety of fields such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), chemistry, and physics. By doing away with the need for fixed-size inputs, these architectures significantly extend the scope of problems in which deep learning can be applied.
The National Library of Sweden has been awarded development access to the Vega EuroHPC JU system for the development of speech-to-text transformation software.
Overview The PRACE Autumn School 2021 will bring together undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in different […]