Book 1534
  • C. Mencar, Jose M. Alonso
  • 978-3-030-12543-1
  • Springer, 2019

Paving the way to explainable Artificial Intelligence with fuzzy modeling

Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) is a relatively new approach to AI with special emphasis to the ability of machines to give sound motivations about their decisions and behavior. Since XAI is human-centered, it has tight connections with Granular Computing (GrC) in general, and Fuzzy Modeling (FM) in particular. However, although FM has been originally conceived to provide easily understandable models to users, this property cannot be taken for grant but it requires careful design choices. Furthermore, full integration of FM into XAI requires further processing, such as Natural Language Generation (NLG), which is a matter of current research.
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