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Monitoring AI systems: A Problem Analysis, Framework and Outlook

by   Annet Onnes, et al.
Utrecht University

Knowledge-based systems have been used to monitor machines and processes in the real world. In this paper we propose the use of knowledge-based systems to monitor other AI systems in operation. We motivate and provide a problem analysis of this novel setting and subsequently propose a framework that allows for structuring future research related to this setting. Several directions for further research are also discussed.


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