Special Issue "Human Understandable Artificial Intelligence"
A special issue of Computers (ISSN 2073-431X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (17 April 2023) | Viewed by 32461
Interests: artificial/computational Intelligence; autonomy applications in aerospace; cybersecurity; 3D printing command/control and assessment; educational assessment in computing disciplines
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Artificial intelligence has been shown to be effective across numerous domains. From robotics to scientific data analysis to decision support systems, it is regularly used every day. The prevalence of AI has led to concerns that the decisions that systems make must be equitable and accurate. In order to make sure that systems operate effectively, determine how they can be improved, and ensure that they are fair, humans must be able to understand how AIs make decisions. To this end, some have proposed AI techniques that can be explained in terms of decision-making electronic processes. Others, though, have argued that the decision rationale should be human understandable and understandable by those using and impacted by the systems—not just technical experts. Both techniques are areas of ongoing advancement.
This Special Issue focuses on human understandable artificial intelligence systems. It welcomes papers on new and adapted understandable AI systems as well as papers relating to questions of system ethics, AI regulation and policy, and application domain efficacy. Papers on supporting technologies and educational efforts related to understandable AI are also within scope.
Dr. Jeremy Straub
Manuscript Submission Information
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- artificial intelligence (AI)
- explainable artificial intelligence (EAI)
- human understandable
- decision justification