Tess Smidt will discuss how to create convolutional neural networks that have the symmetries of Euclidean space (3D translation- and rotation-equivariance) which allows them to identify features in any orientation or location in an example with the same filters. These properties are especially useful for dealing with the geometry of physical systems. Arxiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.08219.
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Tess Smidt is a researcher in Computational Research Division. Read more about Tess' research in this article from Berkeley Computing Sciences News: Tess Smidt, “Atomic Architect” and 2018 Luis Alvarez Fellow.