Auburn University’s AI@AU Forum Presentation
Friday, April 28 at 10:00am CST
Title: Trustworthy and Explainable Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Anh Nguyen – Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering – Auburn University
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is advancing at an unprecedented, lightning-fast speed in the last few years, opening up many interesting opportunities and also new challenges. In this talk, I will discuss the challenges of existing and future AIs with regard to their trustworthiness and interoperability with humans. Work by our research group at Auburn has discovered interesting findings about the unusual inaccuracy of both computer vision and natural language processing models on edge cases or rare inputs. We also find existing AIs to be not fully usable by humans if further justifications for AI’s decisions are required. We will discuss our recent innovations that enable image classifiers and face identification systems to be both more trustworthy as well as explainable, and future directions leveraging large language models.
For additional information and questions, please contact Dr. Gerry Dozier at email@example.com.