Tutorial on Deep Learning Interpretation

Fri, 10 November, 2023 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Speaker: Fang Jin, George Washington University

Title: Tutorial on Deep Learning Interpretation

Abstract: Deep learning models have achieved exceptional predictive performance in a wide variety of tasks, ranging from computer vision, natural language processing, to graph mining. Many businesses and organizations across diverse domains are now building large-scale applications based on deep learning. However, there are growing concerns regarding the fairness, security, and trustworthiness of these models, largely due to the opaque nature of their decision processes. Recently, there has been an increasing interest in explainable deep learning that aims to reduce the opacity of a model by explaining its behavior, its predictions, or both, thus building trust between human and complex deep learning models. A collection of explanation methods has been proposed in recent years that address the problem of low explainability and opaqueness of models. In this talk, we will introduce recent explanation methods from a data perspective, targeting models that process image data, text data, and reinforcement learning, respectively. We will compare their strengths and limitations and offer real-world applications.

Duques Hall School of Business 2201 G Street, NW Washington DC 20052
Room: 151

Open to everyone.

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