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Many quantities we are interested in predicting are geometric tensors; we refer to this class of problems as geometric prediction. Attempts to perform geometric prediction in real-world scenarios have been limited to approximating them through scalar predictions, leading to losses in data efficiency. In this work, we demonstrate that equivariant networks have the capability to predict real-world geometric tensors without the need for such approximations. We show the applicability of this methodarXiv:2006.14163v1 fatcat:vtdkdnla6nal5m4zbhr2b65kia