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Many real-world tasks such as classification of digital histopathology images and 3D object detection involve learning from a set of instances. In these cases, only a group of instances or a set, collectively, contains meaningful information and therefore only the sets have labels, and not individual data instances. In this work, we present a permutation invariant neural network called Memory-based Exchangeable Model (MEM) for learning set functions. The MEM model consists of memory units thatarXiv:1911.07984v2 fatcat:i2aqsn27fbf4vg4zhdkxjnobbm