Explainable Deep Learning AI,
Edition 1 Methods and Challenges
Edited by Jenny Benois-Pineau, Romain Bourqui, Dragutin Petkovic and Georges Quenot

Publication Date: 24 Feb 2023

Explainable Deep Learning AI: Methods and Challenges presents the latest works of leading researchers in the XAI area, offering an overview of the XAI area, along with several novel technical methods and applications that address explainability challenges for deep learning AI systems. The book overviews XAI and then covers a number of specific technical works and approaches for deep learning, ranging from general XAI methods to specific XAI applications, and finally, with user-oriented evaluation approaches. It also explores the main categories of explainable AI – deep learning, which become the necessary condition in various applications of artificial intelligence.

The groups of methods such as back-propagation and perturbation-based methods are explained, and the application to various kinds of data classification are presented.

Key Features

  • Provides an overview of main approaches to Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) in the Deep Learning realm, including the most popular techniques and their use, concluding with challenges and exciting future directions of XAI
  • Explores the latest developments in general XAI methods for Deep Learning
  • Explains how XAI for Deep Learning is applied to various domains like images, medicine and natural language processing
  • Provides an overview of how XAI systems are tested and evaluated, specially with real users, a critical need in XAI
About the author
Edited by Jenny Benois-Pineau, Professor, Labri/University Bordeaux, France; Romain Bourqui, Associate Professor, Labri/University Bordeaux, France; Dragutin Petkovic, Professor, Computer Science department, San Francisco State University, USA and Georges Quenot, Senior Researcher, Laboratory of Informatics of Grenoble and Multimedia Information Indexing and Retrieval Group, leader of the MRIM group, CNRS, France
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Explainable Deep Learning: Methods, Concepts and New Developments
3. Compact Visualization of DNN Classification Performances for Interpretation and Improvement
4. Explaining How Deep Neural Networks Forget by Deep Visualization
5. Characterizing a scene recognition model by identifying the effect of input features via semantic- wise attribution
6. A Feature Understanding Method for Explanation of Image Classification by Convolutional Neural Networks
7. Explainable Deep Learning for decrypting disease signature in Multiple Sclerosis
8. Explanation of CNN Image Classifiers with Hiding Parts
9. Remove to Improve?
10. Explaining CNN classifier using Association Rule Mining Methods on time-series
11. A Methodology to compare XAI Explanations on Natural Language Processing
12. Improving Malware Detection with Explainable Machine Learning
13. AI Explainability. A Bridge between Machine Vision and Natural Language Processing
14. Explainable Deep Learning for Multimedia Indexing and Retrieval
15. User Tests and Techniques for the Post-Hoc Explainability of Deep Learning Models
16. Conclusion
Book details
ISBN: 9780323960984
Page Count: 346
Retail Price : £99.95
Researchers, PhD students, and practitioners in the area of Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) specifically related to Deep Learning AI Methods