We propose a multi-modal framework to tackle the SPARK Challenge by classifying satellites using RGB and depth images. Our framework is mainly based on Auto-Encoders to embed the two modalities in a common latent space in order to exploit redundant and complementary information between the two types of data.
In this paper, we propose an automated framework for multi-view image classification tasks. The proposed framework is able to, all at once, train a model to find a common latent representation and perform data imputation, choose the best classifier and tune all necessary hyper-parameters.
Under the GDPR requirements and privacy-by-design guidelines, access control for personal data should not be limited to a simple role-based scenario. For the processing to be compliant, additional attributes, such as the purpose of processing or legal basis, should be verified against an established data processing agreement or policy.
Anomaly detection is a widely explored domain in machine learning. Many models are proposed in the literature, and compared through different metrics measured on various datasets. The most popular metrics used to compare performances are F1-score, AUC and AVPR.
Missing data is a recurrent and challenging problem, especially when using machine learning algorithms for real-world applications. For this reason, missing data imputation has become an active research area, in which recent deep learning approaches have achieved state-of-the-art results. We propose DAEMA: Denoising Autoencoder with Mask Attention.
Uncertainty in probabilistic classifiers predictions is a key concern when models are used to support human decision making, in broader probabilistic pipelines or when sensitive automatic decisions have to be taken. Studies have shown that most models are not intrinsically well calibrated, meaning that their decision scores are not consistent.
We propose a framework using contrastive learning as a pre-training task to perform image classification in the presence of noisy labels. Recent strategies, such as pseudo-labelling, sample selection with Gaussian Mixture models, and weighted supervised contrastive learning have been combined into a fine-tuning phase following the pre-training.
This paper explains our participation in task 1of the CASE 2021 shared task. This task is about multilingual event extraction from the news. We focused on sub-task 4, event information extraction. This sub-task has a small training dataset, and we fine-tuned a multilingual BERT to solve this sub-task.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires data controllers to implement end-to-end compliance. Controllers must therefore ensure that the terms agreed with the data subject and their own obligations under GDPR are respected in the data flows from data subject to controllers, processors and sub-processors (i.e. data supply chain).
The assessment of the digital transformation progress is essential to understand and undertake in order to evaluate the level of maturity of data-driven companies in terms of data capabilities and to plan for improvement actions.