Stage-oe-small.jpg

Inproceedings332: Unterschied zwischen den Versionen

Aus Aifbportal
Wechseln zu:Navigation, Suche
 
Zeile 15: Zeile 15:
 
|Title=Right for the Right Reasons: Making Image Classification Intuitively Explainable
 
|Title=Right for the Right Reasons: Making Image Classification Intuitively Explainable
 
|Year=2021
 
|Year=2021
|Month=Januar
+
|Month=März
 
|Booktitle=Proceedings of the 43rd European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR'21)
 
|Booktitle=Proceedings of the 43rd European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR'21)
 
|Publisher=Springer
 
|Publisher=Springer

Aktuelle Version vom 14. Januar 2021, 17:53 Uhr


Right for the Right Reasons: Making Image Classification Intuitively Explainable


Right for the Right Reasons: Making Image Classification Intuitively Explainable



Published: 2021 März

Buchtitel: Proceedings of the 43rd European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR'21)
Verlag: Springer

Referierte Veröffentlichung

BibTeX

Kurzfassung
The effectiveness of Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) in classifying image data has been thoroughly demonstrated. In order to explain the classification to humans, methods for visualizing classification evidence have been developed in recent years. These explanations reveal that sometimes images are classified correctly, but for the wrong reasons, i.e., based on incidental evidence. Of course, it is desirable that images are classified correctly for the right reasons, i.e., based on the actual evidence. To this end, we propose a new explanation quality metric to measure object aligned explanation in image classification which we refer to as the ObAlEx metric. Using object detection approaches, explanation approaches, and ObAlEx, we quantify the focus of CNNs on the actual evidence. Moreover, we show that additional training of the CNNs can improve the focus of CNNs without decreasing their accuracy.

Download: Media:ObAlEx.pdf
Weitere Informationen unter: Link



Forschungsgruppe

Web Science


Forschungsgebiet

Maschinelles Lernen, Künstliche Intelligenz, Semantic Web