In Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES : Artificial intelligence (AI) has branched out to various applications in healthcare, such as health services management, predictive medicine, clinical decision-making, and patient data and diagnostics. Although AI models have achieved human-like performance, their use is still limited because they are seen as a black box. This lack of trust remains the main reason for their low use in practice, especially in healthcare. Hence, explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) has been introduced as a technique that can provide confidence in the model's prediction by explaining how the prediction is derived, thereby encouraging the use of AI systems in healthcare. The primary goal of this review is to provide areas of healthcare that require more attention from the XAI research community.
METHODS : Multiple journal databases were thoroughly searched using PRISMA guidelines 2020. Studies that do not appear in Q1 journals, which are highly credible, were excluded.
RESULTS : In this review, we surveyed 99 Q1 articles covering the following XAI techniques: SHAP, LIME, GradCAM, LRP, Fuzzy classifier, EBM, CBR, rule-based systems, and others.
CONCLUSION : We discovered that detecting abnormalities in 1D biosignals and identifying key text in clinical notes are areas that require more attention from the XAI research community. We hope this is review will encourage the development of a holistic cloud system for a smart city.
Loh Hui Wen, Ooi Chui Ping, Seoni Silvia, Barua Prabal Datta, Molinari Filippo, Acharya U Rajendra
Attention mechanism, CBR, Deep learning, EBM, Expert system, Explainable artificial intelligence (XAI), GradCAM, Healthcare, LIME, LRP, Machine learning, PRISMA, Rule-based, SHAP, Saliency map