Feb. 13, 2024, 5:43 a.m. | Jamelle Watson-Daniels Flavio du Pin Calmon Alexander D'Amour Carol Long David C. Parkes Berk Ustun

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Machine learning models in modern mass-market applications are often updated over time. One of the foremost challenges faced is that, despite increasing overall performance, these updates may flip specific model predictions in unpredictable ways. In practice, researchers quantify the number of unstable predictions between models pre and post update -- i.e., predictive churn. In this paper, we study this effect through the lens of predictive multiplicity -- i.e., the prevalence of conflicting predictions over the set of near-optimal models (the …

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