This Advanced Neural Network Can Explain Its Thought Process (Finally)

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) say they've created a neural network that can explain the steps it took to solve a problem. [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made


But neural networks have a big problem: they’re really complicated.
SUBTASK FORCEThe new algorithm, called the Transparency by Design Network (TbD-net), breaks down the process of recognizing an image into subtasks.
First it would highlight only the large objects — some might be cubes, but some would probably be other things, too.
Then it would highlight the large metal objects, and finally the large metal cubes.
The result is a neural network that can show how it got to a particular conclusion in a way a human can understand.

Opinion… * Man-Made


MIT created a neural network that can explain the steps it took to solve a problem; an advance that could help us better understand how the technology works and alleviate safety concerns in riskier applications, like self-driving cars. #AI #Trend

Source: Futurism