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Explainable AI via Semantic Information Pursuit

René Vidal, John Hopkins University

   08.03.2023

   5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

   Livestream on YouTube

There is a significant interest in developing ML algorithms whose final predictions can be explained in terms understandable to a human. To address this challenge, we develop a method for constructing high performance ML algorithms which are explainable by design.


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