02 February 2022
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Comp Science Professor, University of Zurich
Computer Scientist, RelationalAI
This talk explores several techniques to improve the runtime performance of machine learning by taking advantage of the underlying structure of relational data. While most data scientists use relational data in their work, the data science tooling that works with relational data is quite lacking today. Let’s explore these new techniques and see how we can drastically improve machine learning through a database-oriented lens.
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