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Attended Temperature Scaling: A Practical Approach for Calibrating Deep Neural Networks

  title={Attended Temperature Scaling: A Practical Approach for Calibrating Deep Neural Networks},
  author={Azadeh Sadat Mozafari and Hugo Siqueira Gomes and Wilson Le{\~a}o and Steeven Janny and Christian Gagn'e},
  journal={arXiv: Learning},
Recently, Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) have been achieving impressive results on wide range of tasks. However, they suffer from being well-calibrated. In decision-making applications, such as autonomous driving or medical diagnosing, the confidence of deep networks plays an important role to bring the trust and reliability to the system. To calibrate the deep networks' confidence, many probabilistic and measure-based approaches are proposed. Temperature Scaling (TS) is a state-of-the-art among… 
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