Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2201.10295

Jan. 26, 2022, 2:11 a.m. | Sebastian Bordt, Michèle Finck, Eric Raidl, Ulrike von Luxburg

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Existing and planned legislation stipulates various obligations to provide
information about machine learning algorithms and their functioning, often
interpreted as obligations to "explain". Many researchers suggest using
post-hoc explanation algorithms for this purpose. In this paper, we combine
legal, philosophical and technical arguments to show that post-hoc explanation
algorithms are unsuitable to achieve the law's objectives. Indeed, most
situations where explanations are requested are adversarial, meaning that the
explanation provider and receiver have opposing interests and incentives, so
that the …


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