IC | ECCO - 2021
Workshop on Machine Learning and Applications
22 OCTOBER 2021, CHISINAU
WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE WORKSHOP?
Where The ICT Scientists and Engineers Meet
This International Workshop will cover original and pioneering contributions, theory as well as applications on Machine Leanring, and aim at an inspiring discussion on the recent progress and the future development.
Machine learning, which is one of the fields of study of Artificial Intelligence, is a scientific discipline that uses statistical approaches to give computers the ability to “learn” from data, i. e. to improve their performance in solving tasks without being explicitly programmed for each. Machine Learning is concerned with the development, analysis and implementation of automated methods that allow a machine or application to evolve through a learning process, and thus to perform tasks that are difficult or impossible to perform by more conventional algorithms.
Learning is an ill-posed problem and with finite data each algorithm converges to a different solution and fails under variant circumstances. Learners based on different paradigms can be combined for improved accuracy. Each learning method assumes a certain model that comes with a set of assumptions which may lead to error if the assumptions do not hold.
In this workshop, the reasons for combining learning models and the main methods for creating and combining will be presented. Also, the effectiveness of these methods will be discussed considering the concepts of diversity and selection of these approaches.
Friday, 22 October 2021
|1||Unsupervised Collaborative Learning for Text Mining||Nistor Grozavu||13:30 AM||CY Cergy Paris University, France|
|2||Automatic multimodal emotion recognition||Issam Falih||14:00 AM||Université Clermont Auvergne, France|
|3||Co-clustering for Data Anonymization||Nicoleta Rogovschi||14:30 AM||Paris Descartes University, Paris, France|
|4||Management of fuzzy-duplicate for data integration with machine learning||Marc Chevallier||15:30 AM||orbonne Paris Nord University, France|
|5||Machine Learning algorithms for neurotoxicity biomarkers identification||Shahriar Hassan||16:00 PM||Université Clermont Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand, France|