[The 42nd TrustML Young Scientist Seminar]

Fri, 25 Nov 2022 15:00 - 16:00 JST
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The TrustML Young Scientist Seminars (TrustML YSS) started from January 28, 2022.

The TrustML YSS is a video series that features young scientists giving talks and discoveries in relation with Trustworthy Machine Learning.

Timetable for the TrustML YSS online seminars from Nov. to Dec. 2022.

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This network is funded by RIKEN-AIP's subsidy and JST, ACT-X Grant Number JPMJAX21AF, Japan.

【The 42nd Seminar】

Date and Time: Nov. 25th 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm(JST)

Venue: Zoom webinar

Language: English

Speaker: Hanshu Yan (ByteDance)
Title: Towards Adversarial Robustness of Deep Vision Algorithms
Short Abstract
Deep learning methods have achieved great success in solving computer vision tasks, and they have been widely utilized in artificially intelligent systems for image processing, analysis, and understanding. However, deep neural networks have been shown to be vulnerable to adversarial perturbations in input data. The security issues of deep neural networks have thus come to the fore. It is imperative to study the adversarial robustness of deep vision algorithms comprehensively. This talk focuses on the adversarial robustness of image classification models and image denoisers. We will discuss the robustness of deep vision algorithms from three perspectives: 1) robustness evaluation (we propose the ObsAtk to evaluate the robustness of denoisers), 2) robustness improvement (HAT, TisODE, and CIFS are developed to robustify vision models), and 3) the connection between adversarial robustness and generalization capability to new domains (we find that adversarially robust denoisers can deal with unseen types of real-world noise).

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