Artificial Intelligence for Data Analytics
From Ekaterina Churkina on April 23rd, 2021
Speaker: Chris Williams, School of Informatics
The practical work of deploying
a machine learning system is dominated by issues outside of training a model:
data preparation, data cleaning, understanding the data set, debugging models,
and so on. The goal of the Artificial Intelligence for Data Analytics project
at the Alan Turing Institute is to help to automate the whole data analytics
process by drawing on advances in AI and machine learning.
We will describe tools to address such tasks, including identifying syntactic and semantic data types, data integration, and identifying and repairing missing and anomalous data.
Joint work with the AIDA team: Taha Ceritli, James Geddes, Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz, Ian Horrocks, Alfredo Nazabal, Tomas Petricek, Charles Sutton, Gerrit Van Den Burg.