Xplique: A Deep Learning Explainability Toolbox

Authors: Fel, T., Hervier, L., Vigouroux, D., Poche, A., Plakoo, J., Cadène, R., Chalvidal, M., Colin, J., Boissin, T., Bethune, L., Picard, A., Nicodeme, C., Gardes, L., Flandin, G., Serre, T.

External link: https://arxiv.org/abs/2206.04394
Publication: Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), Workshop on Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Computer Vision (XAI4CV) , 2022
DOI: https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2206.04394
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Today’s most advanced machine-learning models are hardly scrutable. The key challenge for explainability methods is to help assisting researchers in opening up these black boxes –– by revealing the strategy that led to a given decision, by characterizing their internal states or by studying the underlying data representation. To address this challenge, we have developed Xplique: a software library for explainability which includes explainability methods as well as associated evaluation metrics. It interfaces with one of the most popular learning libraries: Tensorflow as well as other libraries including PyTorch, scikit-learn and Theano. The code is licensed under the MIT license and is freely available at github.com/deel-ai/xplique.