Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05763

May 13, 2022, 1:11 a.m. | Elias Benussi (1), Andrea Patane (1), Matthew Wicker (1), Luca Laurenti (2), Marta Kwiatkowska (1) ((1) University of Oxford, (2) TU Delft)

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We consider the problem of certifying the individual fairness (IF) of
feed-forward neural networks (NNs). In particular, we work with the
$\epsilon$-$\delta$-IF formulation, which, given a NN and a similarity metric
learnt from data, requires that the output difference between any pair of
$\epsilon$-similar individuals is bounded by a maximum decision tolerance
$\delta \geq 0$. Working with a range of metrics, including the Mahalanobis
distance, we propose a method to overapproximate the resulting optimisation
problem using piecewise-linear functions to lower …

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