Adversarial machine learning in computer vision: attacks and defenses on machine learning models
Machine learning models, including neural networks, have gained great popularity in recent years. Deep neural networks are able to directly learn from raw data and can outperform traditional machine learning models. As a result, they have been increasingly used in a variety of application domains such as image classification, natural language processing, and malware detection. However, deep neural networks are demonstrated to be vulnerable to adversarial examples at the test time. Adversarial examples are malicious inputs generated from the legitimate inputs by adding small perturbations in ...
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