Alicia Frame is the Senior Data Scientist on Neo4j’s Product team, where she is responsible for algorithm development and analytics strategy. She earned a PhD in computational biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a BS in biology and mathematics from the College of William and Mary in Virginia, and has over 8 years experience in enterprise data science at BenevolentAI, Dow, and the EPA.
Graphs - or information about the relationships, connection, and topology of data points - are transforming machine learning. We'll walk through real world examples of how to get transform your tabular data into a graph and how to get started with graph AI. This talk will provide an overview of how we to incorporate graph based features into traditional machine learning pipelines, create graph embeddings to better describe your graph topology, and give you a preview of approaches for graph native learning using graph neural networks. We'll talk about relevant, real world case studies in financial crime detection, recommendations, and drug discovery. This talk is intended to introduce the concept of graph based AI to beginners, as well as help practitioners understand new techniques and applications. Key take aways: how graph data can improve machine learning, when graphs are relevant to data science applications, what graph native learning is and how to get started.
Graph enhancements to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are changing the landscape of intelligent applications. Beyond improving accuracy and modeling speed, graph technologies make building AI solutions more accessible. Join us to hear about 4 areas at the forefront of graph enhanced AI and ML, and find out which techniques are commonly used today and which hold the potential for disrupting industries. We'll provide examples and specifically look how: - Graphs provide better accuracy through connected feature extraction - Graphs provide better performance through contextual model optimization - Graphs provide context through knowledge graphs - Graphs add explainability to neural networks