Hypergraphs, Simplicial Complexes and Graph Representations of Complex Systems with Tina Eliassi-Rad

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Today we continue our NeurIPS coverage joined by Tina Eliassi-Rad, a professor at Northeastern University, and an invited speaker at the I Still Can't Believe It's Not Better! Workshop. In our conversation with Tina, we explore her research at the intersection of network science, complex networks, and machine learning, how graphs are used in her work and how it differs from typical graph machine learning use cases. We also discuss her talk from the workshop, “The Why, How, and When of Representations for Complex Systems”, in which Tina argues that one of the reasons practitioners have struggled to model complex systems is because of the lack of connection to the data sourcing and generation process. This is definitely a NERD ALERT approved interview!
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