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Adversarial patch attacks on self-driving cars

Posted by Dillon Niederhut on

Self-driving cars rely on vision for safety-critical information like traffic rules, which makes them susceptible to adversarial machine learning attacks. Some carefully placed stickers on a stop sign can make it invisible to autonomous vehicles; or, an adversarial t-shirt can make a person look like a stop sign.

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Evading detection with a wearable adversarial t-shirt

Posted by Dillon Niederhut on

What if we could print an adversarial attack that evades detection by computer algorithms on the clothes you wear every day? This turns out to be a hard problem, because of the way fabric folds and shifts. Luckily, you can modify an attack training algorithm to incorporate that very behavior -- giving you your own adversarial t-shirt.

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