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IRASL Panel on Interpretability and Robustness in Audio, Speech, and Language

Panel Discussion with Rich Caruana, Mike Schuster, Ralf Schlüter, Hynek Hermansky, Renato De Mori, Jason Eisner, Samy Bengio. What would you like to ask them?

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The panel will be mainly about the current state of modeling speech and language
and future directions. Also how interpretability and robustness help advance
modeling strategies.

We are hoping that the panel provides a complimentary conversation about the
topics presented in the workshop. The topics that we are covering are (talks + papers):
1. General Machine Learning Interpretability
2. Speech recognition front-end modeling
3. Speech recognition back-end modeling and inference
4. Language Modeling and Translation


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End-to-End deep learning systems are gaining popularity, but are making neural networks even more "black boxes". Do you think that is possible to build interpretable end-to-end neural networks?
by Mirco
 
10

Hamid, Tom, Anonymous and 7 more

How can we leverage the availability of unlabeled audio to improve the robustness of modern speech recognition systems?
by André
5

Hamid, Andy, Loren and 2 more

Do you think that in order to create interpretable models (for hypotesis testing and discovery on science research) we should look more in the direction of causal inference?
by Pablo
2
Ehsan
Hamid
Do you think that in order to create robust models we should look more in the direction of causal inference?
by Olga
2
Pablo
Sheng
Feature learning (through neural networks) has led to improved performance (and robustness) while sacrificing interpretability. Are there examples in which these two goals are aligned, where improved robustness has been achieved simultaneous with improved interpretability? Or are these necessari... more
2
Pablo
Titouan P.
Do you think that possible advances in the theoretical analysis of deep learning could be the key to build interpretable machines?
by Mirco
1
Bhuvana
In which practical application do you think it is more important the development of interpretable machines? Do you think that interpretability is an important element in audio, speech, and language applications? Why?
by Mirco
1
Anonymous
If you are deploying a system to a production setting there is often a tradeoff between performance, robustness, and interpretability. Given a choice between systems (one that is highly performant, one that is highly robust, and one that is highly interpretable) which would you chose to deploy an... more
by Phillip
0

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