We hosted Iam Palatnik (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) at MedGIFT for an invited talk on interpretability in medical imaging. Iam shared challenges and solutions for the Local Interpretable Model Agnostic Explanations (LIME) method. The video of his presentation is available online.
Abstract: An application of Local Interpretable Model Agnostic Explanations (LIME) is described for two case studies: Metastases and Malaria classification. Some of the key challenges of using LIME for this purpose – most notably the instability of explanations – are discussed, as well as some potential solutions. Namely, a genetic algorithm based solution called EvEx, where explanations are evolved as the average of a Pareto Front, and Squaregrid, a parameterless rough approximation. The results seem to show that EvEx finds more consistent explanations for regions of high explanatory weight, and that Squaregrid could be a viable way to diminish the need for segmentation parameter fine tuning.