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03/08/2021
by Shenyang Huang, Reihaneh Rabbany

A modified version of the standard SEIR model that incorporates COVID-infected flights in and out of Canada could enable early detection of outbreaks, more accurately estimate the reproduction number of the disease and better evaluate the impact of travel restrictions and the implications of lifting these measures.

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18/02/2021
by Stéphane Létourneau
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17/02/2021
by Stéphane Létourneau
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19/11/2020
by Gunshi Gupta, Liam Paull

We propose La-MAML, a fast and online meta-learning algorithm for continual learning from streaming data, with inbuilt learning rate modulation.

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08/10/2020
by Danilo Bzdok

In a future of single-patient prediction from big biomedical data, it may become central that modeling for inference and modeling for prediction are related but importantly different.

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20/07/2020
by Joseph Paul Cohen, Lan Dao, Paul Morrison

Mila collaborates with Stony Brook Medicine. A team led by Joseph Paul Cohen builds a public dataset and models to predict severity of COVID-19 pneumonia. Initial results are promising and the tools are ready for more evaluation.

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02/07/2020
by Alex Lamb, Vikas Verma

Manifold Mixup is a simple and easy-to-implement regularization method that improves generalization of deep learning models.

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