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Understanding data, models and predictions is important for machine learning applications. Due to the limitations of our spatial perception and intuition, analysing high-dimensional data is inherently difficult. Furthermore, black-box models achieving high predictive accuracy are widely used, yet the logic behind their predictions is often opaque. Use of textualisation - a natural language narrative of selected phenomena - can tackle these shortcomings. When extended with argumentation theory we could envisage machine learning models and predictions arguing persuasively for their choices.
|Title of host publication||26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IJCAI 2017|
|Subtitle of host publication||Proceedings of a meeting held 19-25 August 2017, Melbourne, Australia.|
|Publisher||International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Aug 2017|
|Event||26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IJCAI 2017 - Melbourne, Australia|
Duration: 19 Aug 2017 → 25 Aug 2017
|Conference||26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IJCAI 2017|
|Period||19/08/17 → 25/08/17|
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Craddock, I. J., Coyle, D. T., Flach, P. A., Kaleshi, D., Mirmehdi, M., Piechocki, R. J., Stark, B. H., Ascione, R., Ashburn, A. M., Burnett, M. E., Damen, D., Gooberman-Hill, R. J. S., Harwin, W. S., Hilton, G., Holderbaum, W., Holley, A. P., Manchester, V. A., Meller, B. J., Stack, E. & Gilchrist, I. D.
1/10/13 → 30/09/18
Project: Research, Parent