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Graph Convolutional Networks | Thomas Kipf | PhD Student @ Univ. of Amsterdam
Many important real-world datasets come in the form of graphs or networks: social networks, knowledge graphs, protein-interaction networks, the World Wide Web, etc. (just to name a few). Yet, until recently, very little attention has been devoted to the generalization of neural network models to such structured datasets.

In the last couple of years, a number of papers re-visited this problem of generalizing neural networks to work on arbitrarily structured graphs (Bruna et al., ICLR 2014; Henaff et al., 2015; Duvenaud et al., NIPS 2015; Li et al., ICLR 2016; Defferrard et al., NIPS 2016; Kipf & Welling, ICLR 2017), some of them now achieving very promising results in domains that have previously been dominated by, e.g., kernel-based methods, graph-based regularization techniques and others.

In this post, I will give a brief overview of recent developments in this field and point out strengths and drawbacks of various approaches.
representation  graphs  neural-networks  machine-learning  nudge-targets  to-write-about 
3 days ago by Vaguery
Magic Can Be Normal | Hazlitt
Why seek out examples of representation in art and culture for my kids as if their lives and identities depend on it? Because I’m convinced they might.
nicolechung  nikki  race  theater  representation  OSF  parenting  hazlitt 
5 days ago by laurenipsum
The Brave New World of Gene Editing | by Matthew Cobb | The New York Review of Books
Review essay of some books about genetics/CRISPR. Argues for more public attention and oversight.
genetics  science  CRISPR  democracy  representation 
13 days ago by johnmfrench
Greetings, E.T. (Please Don’t Murder Us.) - The New York Times
On attempts to send out messages for aliens, as opposed to listening for communications from them. Some see this as extremely dangerous; the potential consequences raise important questions about representation and democracy. Who gets to decide to take an action that may literally change the course of human history? What kind of oversight is adequate?
democracy  representation  aliens  science 
13 days ago by johnmfrench
California’s Far North Deplores ‘Tyranny’ of the Urban Majority
The suit, filed against the California secretary of state, Alex Padilla, who oversees election laws in California, calls for an increase in the membership of the bicameral Legislature, which since 1862 has capped the number of lawmakers at 120.

The lawsuit argues that California now has the least representative system of any state in the nation. Each State Assembly member represents nearly 500,000 people and each state senator twice that.
representation  politics  California  oligarchy  GOP 
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