papers in adversarial machine learning — natural language processing
Posted by Dillon Niederhut on
Sometimes, you need to send encrypted information, but also keep the fact that you are sending it a secret. Hiding secrets in regular data like this is called steganography, and it's cooler than it sounds, unless you are super into stegosaurus, and then it is exactly as cool as it sounds. With a few tweaks, you can use adversarial watermarking to hide information in normal-looking images and text. See how to do it here.