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Individual Explanations in Machine Learning Models: A Survey for Practitioners

@article{Carrillo2021IndividualEI,
  title={Individual Explanations in Machine Learning Models: A Survey for Practitioners},
  author={Alfredo Carrillo and Luis F. Cant'u and A. Noriega},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2104.04144}
}
In recent years, the use of sophisticated statistical models that influence decisions in domains of high societal relevance is on the rise. Although these models can often bring substantial improvements in the accuracy and efficiency of organizations, many governments, institutions, and companies are reluctant to their adoption as their output is often difficult to explain in human-interpretable ways. Hence, these models are often regarded as black-boxes, in the sense that their internal… Expand
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