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Max Welling    @wellingmax   ·   9/7/2021
Brilliant work by Andy Keller on unsupervised learning of approximately equivariant capsules.
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Max Welling    @wellingmax   ·   10/7/2021
The next generation of fully steerable E(3) equivariant GNN architecture. The paper also presents a neat unified view on equivariant message passing methods. Brilliant work by @jo_brandstetter, @robdhess, @ElisevanderPol, @erikjbekkers. (Johannes is on ELLIS exchange from Linz)
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Max Welling    @wellingmax   ·   10/7/2021
The next generation fully steerable E(3) Equivariant Graph Neural Network. The paper also explains a neat unification between various equivariant message passing architectures. Fantastic work by @jo_brandstetter, @robdhess, @ElisevanderPol, @erikjbekkers.
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Max Welling    @wellingmax   ·   10/3/2021
But when you look you would be almost certain that you are now too late to submit 😉. Beautiful visualization Btw. I watched it 10 times.
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