Daten zum Projekt
|Initiative:||Künstliche Intelligenz – Ihre Auswirkungen auf die Gesellschaft von morgen|
|Ausschreibung:||Künstliche Intelligenz – Ihre Auswirkungen auf die Gesellschaft von morgen - Planning Grant|
Machine Learning (ML) has proven to be a superior technique for predictions and classifications. Computer science typically aims at improving the algorithms on the machine side. However, research that ties these improvements back to human knowledge generation is scarce. The project ML2MT aims to use ML to identify predictive patterns and confronts experts and decision makers with these patterns if these humans were not able to recognize the predictive power ex-ante. This confrontation with contradictive results could be helpful to improve learning and knowledge generation on the human side. AlphaGo Zero can serve as an illustrative example: The system did not use information of human-played Go matches (like predecessors) but identified successful strategies by the means of reinforcement learning and suddenly it came up with striking strategies that even the best Go players did not immediately understand. But these strategies made sense after the experts analysed them in detail. This human-computer-interaction generated totally new insights and opened access to a new area of previously unseen strategies. The project will build upon this idea, design and evaluate different approaches to maximize human learning while considering juridical questions. The consortium will start with the application area medical diagnosis and then extend it to economic decision making.
Prof. Dr. Oliver Hinz
Universität Frankfurt am Main
Abteilung Wirtschaftsinformatik &
Frankfurt am Main