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As part of the 2018 HPCC Systems Community Day event:
In this talk, Jingqing will introduce recent advances at the Data Science Institute, Imperial College London, and focus on a general framework named Deep Content Learning. Two recent projects will be discussed as examples. In the traffic prediction project, we released a new large-scale traffic dataset with auxiliary information including search queries from Baidu Map app and proposed hybrid models to achieve state-of-the-art prediction accuracy. The other project on zero-shot text classification integrated semantic knowledge and used a two-phase architecture to tackle the challenging zero-shot learning in textual data. The integration of TensorLayer and HPCC Systems will be discussed in the talk.
Jingqing Zhang is a 1st-year PhD (HiPEDS) at Data Science Institute, Imperial College London under the supervision of Prof. Yi-Ke Guo. His research interest includes Text Mining, Data Mining, Deep Learning and their applications. He received his MRes degree in Computing from Imperial College with Distinction in 2017 and BEng in Computer Science and Technology from Tsinghua University in 2016.