SlideshowMagyar Telekom's AI Trial Success Baffles Engineers

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Kim Larsen, the CTIO of Magyar Telekom, speaks at the 5G World Summit in London in June.
Kim Larsen, the CTIO of Magyar Telekom, speaks at the 5G World Summit in London in June.

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RuthScholz
RuthScholz
9/27/2019 | 12:41:02 AM
Other kinds of machine learning
 Other kinds of machine learning might hope to capture the knowledge of the most effective physicians and make it available to everyone.  The prospects for that kind of effort are more uncertain.  But, success with deep learning likely will encourage the needed effort.

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markhmortensen
markhmortensen
8/9/2018 | 4:27:48 PM
AI "Explanation Systems" are too hard to do
AI systems cannot explain WHY they recommend something without an "explanation system," which is harder to do than recommending! If a person made a recommendation, but could not explain why they made it, would YOU believe it without checking? No one would. So people stay in the loop! This represents a major issue for AI deployment for complex, high-value problems.
Dr Mark H Mortensen, www.audrineresearch.com 
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