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“Random similarity forests” has been accepted at ECML PKDD 2022

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July 5, 2022
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We are very happy to announce that our abstract and related publication titled “Random similarity forests” has been accepted at this year’s European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases- #ECMLPKDD2022!

This conference is one of the leading academic conferences on machine learning and knowledge discovery, held in Europe every year. The Committee selected only 242 of abstracts (roughly 26%) for presentation at this year's event. ‍

Maciej Piernik - VP of AI at MNM - will introduce Random Similarity Forest - our machine learning algorithm capable of handling datasets with features of arbitrary data types while retaining each feature’s characteristic. We are excited to share it with our academic colleagues.

“Random similarity forests” has been accepted at ECML PKDD 2022
July 6, 2022

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