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Neural Networks, a form of machine learning, are used in increasingly important roles in the modern world. They are being used in self-driving cars and medical diagnoses. However, they are “Black Boxes”: they cannot be easily interpreted by humans. This project combines two methods of explaining a neural network’s decisions in an attempt to improve their accuracy. This new method, relevance-based testing with concept activation vectors (R-TCAV), yields promising results on two small experiments but is less precise than the previous TCAV method.
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Fischel, Henning, "Relevance-TCAV: Explaining Deep Neural Nets in Human Concepts" (2021). Senior Projects Spring 2021. 194.
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