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Activity Number: 98 - Student Paper Award and John M. Chambers Statistical Software Award
Type: Topic Contributed
Date/Time: Monday, August 8, 2022 : 8:30 AM to 10:20 AM
Sponsor: Section on Statistical Graphics
Abstract #322304
Title: Dalex: Responsible Machine Learning with Interactive Explainability and Fairness in Python
Author(s): Hubert Baniecki*
Companies: Warsaw University of Technology
Keywords: explainable machine learning; predictive modeling; interpretability; interactive visualization

The complexity of statistical and machine learning models increased significantly with the ever-increasing data volume and computing power resources. We see impressive applications of learning algorithms in various domains of life and research, like biology, physics, social sciences and more. However, in many scenarios, we require complex predictive models to be interpretable, either in analyzing models for knowledge discovery or creating accurate outcomes for high-stakes decision making. In recent years, research in explainable and fair machine learning introduced novel algorithms and methods to visualize, explain, and debug black-box predictive models. Making these accessible and convenient for diverse stakeholders who want to apply machine learning responsibly became a challenge. To facilitate the responsible development of machine learning models, we introduce {dalex}, a Python package that implements a model-agnostic interface for interactive explainability and fairness. It aims to address the opaqueness debt phenomenon in predictive modeling, which can be viewed similarly to the well-known technical debt phenomenon in software development.

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