The 7th Swiss Conference on Data Science
presented by D ONE
We are happy to announce the 7th Swiss Conference on Data Science (SDS2020) in continuation of what has successfully started with the past events.
SDS2020 brings together opinion-leaders, practitioners, decision-makers and researchers with interest in Data Science. The goal is to foster the exchange of ideas for innovative products and services especially for the Swiss market and to sustain the community of Data Scientists.
SDS2020 will have talks in 2 distinct streams of academic and business contributions. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore. For businesses, talks having business impact and data-driven innovation concepts are invited and will be presented.
Get access to trends, innovations, and technologies that you can directly use for the development of your products, solutions, and applications based on data, and use the breaks for networking and discussion with peers.
Friday, June 26, 2020
Towards Learning Systems that Require Less Annotation
Recent advances in Artificial Intelligence have enabled a wide range of breakthroughs in many domains, including image recognition, speech recognition, machine translation, learning to play video games, learning to control simulated and real robots, and mastering the classical game of Go. A lot of this advanced have been powered by supervised learning (where learning happens from human annotation) and reinforcement learning (where learning happens through human scoring of behavior). Both of these can be tedious and costly. In this talk I will discuss recent advances that have promise towards learning from less annotation, through learning-to-learn, transfer learning, and unsupervised learning.