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Why Did You Do That? The Million Dollar Question for Machine Learning

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27 May. 2019
RISE held the opening event to the Research and Innovation Week 2019 organised by the Research Promotion Foundation, with a a public talk by Dr. Loizos Michael: "Why Did You Do That? The Million Dollar Question for Machine Learning"
 
The event took place at: PwC Julia House, on the 27th of May 2019 at 10:00
 
Target audience: Researchers, academics, general public
 
The unprecedented use of modern Machine Learning techniques across domains and tasks has brought to the surface concerns about potential biases on how decisions are made by machines, and has pushed towards the development of fair, accountable, and transparent ML solutions. This talk presents Machine Coaching, an approach that adopts the view that humans should engage more actively and dialectically with machines when the latter are making decisions. During a human-machine dialogue, machines are asked to explain why they took a particular action, while humans are expected to react not only on the perceived appropriateness of that action, but also on the persuasiveness of the offered explanation.
 
For more information regarding the full programme of the R&I week follow the link: https://www.research.org.cy/images/media/redirectfile/PROGRAMME%20SHORT.pdf
 
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