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AI: This new method avoids shortcuts to create more reliable predictions

MIT researchers developed an AI technique that reduces the tendency for machine learning models to use shortcuts. Image: Unsplash/ ThisisEngineering RAEng

Adam Zewe

Writer, MIT News Office

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