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Comparing AI Reasoning to Human Thinking
While it's easy to understand what decisions an artificial intelligence makes, it's much harder to understand why. Without that understanding, it can be hard to know if an AI system is trustworthy or safe to use in a real-world situation. One way to explain an AI's decision is through saliency methods—algorithms that uncover the features most important to the decision, such as which pixels helped convince the AI that it is looking at an image of a dog. However, analyzing saliency requires time and effort, and people often fear they may have missed critical insights. MIT researcher Angie Boggust will join us to discuss a new method of using saliency methods that compares AI thinking to human thinking by examining where the two align and differ in identifying important information. This method reduces the effort required to analyze saliency and identifies global patterns in AI behavior, giving us insight into what an AI is thinking. After the talk, Boggust will take questions from the audience.

Jun 29, 2022 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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