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William Hamilton

William Hamilton
William L. Hamilton is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at McGill University, a member of the Mila - Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute, and a CIFAR Canada AI Chair. His research focuses on graph representation learning and natural language processing. Will’s research has received several awards—-including a best paper award from the National Academy of Sciences—and his work has been featured in outlets such as Wired, The New York Times, and the BBC.

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Meta-Graph: Few-Shot Link Prediction Using Meta-Learning


This article is based on the paper “Meta-Graph: Few Shot Link Prediction via Meta Learning” by Joey Bose, Ankit Jain, Piero Molino, and William L. Hamilton

Many real-world data sets are structured as graphs, and as such, machine

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