In the last years, deep learning has shown to be a game-changing technology in artificial intelligence thanks to the numerous successes it reached in diverse application fields. Among others, the use of deep learning for the recommendation problem, although new, looks quite promising due to its positive performances in terms of accuracy of recommendation results. In a recommendation setting, in order to predict user ratings on unknown items a possible configuration of a deep neural network is that of autoencoders typically used to produce a lower dimensionality representation of the original data. In this paper we present KG-AUTOENCODER, an autoencoder that bases the structure of its neural network on the semantics-aware topology of a knowledge graph thus providing a label for neurons in the hidden layer that are eventually used to build a user profile and then compute recommendations. We show the effectiveness of KG-AUTOENCODER in terms of accuracy, diversity and novelty by comparing with state of the art recommendation algorithms.
|Titolo:||Computing recommendations via a knowledge graph-aware autoencoder|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Nome del convegno:||2018 Workshop on Knowledge-Aware and Conversational Recommender Systems, KaRS 2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|