BJPS Popper Prize 2022: 'Understanding from Machine Learning Models' receives an honorable mention

Emily Sullivan’s article ‘Understanding from Machine Learning Models’ received an honorable mention from the Editors of the The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science and the British Society for the Philosophy of Science committee as part of the 2022 Popper Prize.

Congratulations to the winner Zina B. Ward for winning the prize with the article ‘Registration Pluralism and the Cartographic Approach to Data Aggregation across Brains’ and to Chloé de Canson and Isaac Wilhelm for receiving the other honorable mentions.

Eindhoven Center for the Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence