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Workshop: ICML Workshop on Algorithmic Recourse

Been Kim - Decision makers, practitioners and researchers, we need to talk.

Been Kim


This talk presents oversimplified but practical concepts that practitioners and researchers must know in using and developing interpretability methods for algorithmic recourse. The concepts are WATSOP: (W)rongness, (A)track, (T)esting for practitioners, (S)keptics, (O)bjectives, (P)roper evaluations for researchers. While oversimplified, these are the core points that lead the field to success or failure. I’ll provide concrete steps for each and related work how you may apply these concepts to your work.