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Evading Real-Time Person Detectors by Adversarial T-shirt


Nov 04 2019 Ben Tarnoff

Researchers have developed an "adversarial T-shirt" that's capable of confusing certain kinds of object detection systems based on deep neural networks. I feel like there's a streetwear collection in here somewhere... h/t @jackclarkSF's newsletter.
10 replies, 158 likes

Nov 04 2019 Jack Clark

2013: Adversarial examples discussed: 2017: Adversarial 3D objects 2017: Adversarial street signs: 2019: Adversarial t-shirts which are (somewhat) robust to fabric deformations
3 replies, 133 likes

Nov 04 2019 Joe Weisenthal

This seems like it could be really big. T-shirts featuring designs made to confuse image-recognition systems via @jackclarkSF's newsletter
4 replies, 103 likes

Nov 05 2019 hardmaru 😷

Evading Real-Time Person Detectors by Adversarial T-shirt They show that precious state-of-the-art adversarial patch methods only work ~27% of the time for person detection. They developed T-shirts to attack YOLOv2 and Faster R-CNN simultaneously.
2 replies, 72 likes

Nov 04 2019 Jared Spool

Everyone’s a designer. Never forget that.
1 replies, 40 likes

Nov 05 2019 Jack Clark

Adversarial t-shirts! Stanford HAI calls for $12bn a year in US gov funding for AI! When might robots have their ImageNet moment and how would we tell? DoD releases its AI principles! + more, including a story about robot repair Read Import AI 171 here:
2 replies, 33 likes

Nov 04 2019 Balaji S. Srinivasan

Next level would be wearable displays.
4 replies, 22 likes

Nov 04 2019 Toby Walsh

Evading face recognition software with adversarial t-shirts
1 replies, 20 likes

Nov 06 2019 Arrigo Triulzi

K. Xu et al., “Evading Real-Time Person Detectors by Adversarial T-shirt” […a robust physical adversarial example for evading person detectors even if it suffers from deformation due to a moving person's pose change… 79% and 63% attack success rates…]
0 replies, 17 likes

Nov 05 2019 Ewen Harrison

Computer vision is still very easy to fool. Here’s an “adversarial t-shirt” that evades a real-time person detection algorithm. Hackers don’t have to hack. The model can be extracted and an attack designed. Much more of this to come.
2 replies, 16 likes

Nov 12 2019 Rose Eveleth ▷▷

Oh man, maybe @flashforwardpod should start selling adversarial t-shirts to help listeners thwart facial recognition?
3 replies, 13 likes

Nov 04 2019 James Vincent

Another example of an adversarial T-shirt foiling AI surveillance algorithms. Big difference here is making the adversarial image work on deformable cloth (earlier examples have had to be printed on inflexible surfaces). Success rates vary from ~50-80%
0 replies, 6 likes

Nov 08 2019 Grady Booch

Boomer: tie-dyed t-shirts Now: adversarial t-shirts
1 replies, 5 likes

Nov 08 2019 Frank Denis

Evading Real-Time Person Detectors by Adversarial T-shirt
0 replies, 4 likes

Nov 12 2019 tomaustin

Should all of us buy and wear "Adversarial T-shirts" to foil current facial-recognition technologies? Check out the work by researchers at Northeastern, MIT, and IBM. @AnalystSyndica1 Should the Analyst Syndicate get in the business?
0 replies, 2 likes

Nov 04 2019 Jason Potts

I just like the phrase ‘adversarial T-shirt’
1 replies, 2 likes

Nov 09 2019 Enigmasec Team

Researchers design T-shirt to evade #ai #FacialRecognition
0 replies, 2 likes

Oct 29 2019 Gant Laborde

What every #AI master needs for XMAS is an adversarial T-shirt! Shirts defeating AI - woah! Paper:
0 replies, 1 likes

Nov 08 2019 electronic max

Adversarial fashion: t-shirts that trip up common person/face detection algorithms : &
0 replies, 1 likes

Nov 04 2019 Paul Blankley

In addition to an AI-generated t-shirt, you can now get a t-shirt to avoid detection by AI systems🤔
0 replies, 1 likes

Oct 26 2019 arXiv CS-CV

Evading Real-Time Person Detectors by Adversarial T-shirt
0 replies, 1 likes