May 2017: Semantic Data Mining & Deep Learning in Health Datasets

Presented by Dr. Dejing Dou

Professor, University of Oregon, Computer and Information Science Department

UPDATED: Dr. Dejing Dou’s presentation is available for download.

Ontologies have been well used in the biomedical and health domains. Semantic data mining refers to the data mining tasks that systematically incorporate domain knowledge, especially formal semantics, into the process. The use of ontologies in mining healthcare and medicine data is a natural fit. In this talk, we focus on the use of formal (Semantic Web) ontologies in two data mining and deep learning tasks in health datasets. Continue reading “May 2017: Semantic Data Mining & Deep Learning in Health Datasets”