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I have already given an answer and there are other good answers, but I would like to give another answer by quoting an excerpt from an old paper by Norbert Wiener, i.e. Some Moral and Technical Consequences of Automation (1960, Science) As is now generally admitted, over a limited range of operation, machines act far more rapidly than human beings and are ...


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Explainable AI and model interpretability are hyper-active and hyper-hot areas of current research (think of holy grail, or something), which have been brought forward lately not least due to the (often tremendous) success of deep learning models in various tasks, plus the necessity of algorithmic fairness & accountability. Here are some state of the ...


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In a simple linear model of the form $y = \beta_0 + \beta_1 x $ we can see that increasing $x$ by a unit will increase the prediction on $y$ by $\beta_1$. Here we can completely determine what the effect on the models prediction will be by increasing $x$. With more complex models such as neural networks it is much more difficult to tell due to all the ...


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