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Explaining Predictions from Machine Learning Models: Algorithms, Users, and Pedagogy

09/12/2022
by   Ana Lucic, et al.
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Model explainability has become an important problem in machine learning (ML) due to the increased effect that algorithmic predictions have on humans. Explanations can help users understand not only why ML models make certain predictions, but also how these predictions can be changed. In this thesis, we examine the explainability of ML models from three vantage points: algorithms, users, and pedagogy, and contribute several novel solutions to the explainability problem.

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