Tools & Platforms

We build open-source tools and platforms that make ML models more understandable, trustworthy, and fair.

You can also check out more of our code on Github.

Visually probe the behavior of trained models, with minimal coding.

Visualization libraries to explore, understand, and analyze large machine learning datasets.

Develop ML models in Javascript and use them in a browser or via Node.js.

Interpretability beyond feature attribution: quantitative testing with concept activation vectors.

Tool for better attributions through regions.

Visualization and tooling for machine learning experimentation.

Collaboratively compose counterpoint with an AI agent trained on the chorale canon of JS Bach.

Visualize single-patient Electronic Health Record (EHR) data in an intuitive, easy-to-read format.

Explore how the context of words change their representations in transformer models.

Explore the output of a depth prediction model on artworks.

Interactively visualize high-dimensional data, in a variety of embeddings.

Play with generative adversarial networks (GANs) in your browser.

Interactive 3D / 2D webgl-accelerated scatter plot point renderer.

Use ML to help with pathology diagnosis.

Remove noise in saliency maps by adding noise.

Visual tool to tinker with a machine learning model right in your browser.

A js implementation of UMAP, a new dimensionality reduction technique.