Bye black boxes: Researchers are building neural networks that explain decisions

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory are working to show it is possible to train neural networks in such a way its can rationalize its decisions.MoreWhether you like it — as companies like Google certainly do — or don’t entirely trust it — logical artificial intelligence proponent Selmer Bringsjord being one outspoken critic — there is no denying that brain-inspired deep learning neural networks have proven capable of making significant advances in a number of AI-related fields over the past decade.But that is not to say it is perfect by any stretch of the imagination.“Deep learning has led to some big advances in computer vision, natural language processing, and other areas,” Tommi Jaakkola, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of electrical engineering and computer science, told Digital…


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