Talk by Dan Olteanu, University of Oxford
Dan Olteanu is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Oxford and Computer Scientist at RelationalAI. He received his PhD from the University of Munich in 2005. He spends his time understanding hard computational challenges around data processing and designing simple and scalable solutions towards these challenges. He has published over 70 papers in the areas of database systems, AI, and theoretical computer science, contributing to XML query processing, incomplete information and probabilistic databases, factorised databases, scalable and incremental in-database optimisation, and the commercial systems LogicBlox and RelationalAI.
In this talk, he will make the case for a first-principles approach to machine learning over relational databases that exploits recent development in database systems and theory.
- Time and place: from 4.15 pm to 5.30 pm, room BC420, EPFL
- Source: memento EPFL