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Open Session: ATI Deep Learning Workshop, Edinburgh

Amos Storkey

Wednesday, 25 November 2015 from 09:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

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General, NOT from the School of Informatics Ended Free  
Informatics, Staff or PhD student Ended Free  
Invitation only (do not select this unless you have been explicitly invited to) Ended Free  

Event Details

Deep Learning is the learning and use of highly flexible multilayer models for machine learning. Deep learning has proven itself, both in terms of academic research and capability, and in terms of commercial interest. The Deep Learning Scoping Workshop will work on establishing areas of joint research and furthering UK capacity and capability building in this field.

The workshop will focus on four aspects of deep learning. First, we will consider the further generalisations of deep learning methods beyond classification and feature generation, to areas of generative modelling, transfer learning, multimodal integration, reinforcement learning and other important problems. Second, we will ask what other practical problems/scenarios can benefit from the application of deep learning methods beyond current domains, and how models can be distilled and made accessible for use in those domains. Third, we will propose potential approaches for reducing or distributing the computational costs associated with deep learning. Fourth, we will examine the theoretical aspects of deep learning, and ask why deep learning has proven so effective and what the limitations are.

The discussion will also include:

  1. Facilitating trusted early communication of approaches and results to enable the UK to maintain its position in the fast and competitive research in this field
  2. The potential to maintain joint data repositories that will provide benefits to all parties
  3. The steep learning curve for doctoral students and postdocs. The working environment is quickly changing. What coordination will helps ensure researchers are quickly up to speed?
  4. What interaction is required with business research labs and startups to enable them to take up deep learning methods, where otherwise they would not have the opportunity
  5. What the best practice is, in training the next generation in deep learning

Do you have questions about Open Session: ATI Deep Learning Workshop, Edinburgh? Contact Amos Storkey

When & Where

Informatics Forum
10 Crichton Street
EH8 9AB Edinburgh
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 25 November 2015 from 09:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

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