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Meta-Calibration: Meta-Learning of Model Calibration Using Differentiable Expected Calibration Error

@article{Bohdal2021MetaCalibrationMO,
  title={Meta-Calibration: Meta-Learning of Model Calibration Using Differentiable Expected Calibration Error},
  author={Ondrej Bohdal and Yongxin Yang and Timothy M. Hospedales},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2106.09613}
}
Calibration of neural networks is a topical problem that is becoming increasingly important for real-world use of neural networks. The problem is especially noticeable when using modern neural networks, for which there is significant difference between the model confidence and the confidence it should have. Various strategies have been successfully proposed, yet there is more space for improvements. We propose a novel approach that introduces a differentiable metric for expected calibration… Expand

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