Cats to crazy quilts: Using style transfer to generate adversarial examplesby@vinay-prabhu
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Cats to crazy quilts: Using style transfer to generate adversarial examples

by Vinay Prabhu7mJune 19th, 2018
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Let’s begin with a simple introduction into the world of adversarial inputs. These are inputs into a <a href="https://hackernoon.com/tagged/machine-learning" target="_blank">machine learning</a> classifier that have been shrewdly perturbed in such a way that these changes are near damn invisible to the naked eye but can fool the machine learning classifier into predicting either a arbitrary wrong class (Un-targeted) or a specific wrong class (targeted).

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