Join the 4th installment of the “Safe & Secure AI Community” meeting. This time the focus will be around adversarial learning: relevancy of adversarial attacks in praxis. RSVP here!
Message from hosts:
We would like to invite you to the next meeting of our Safe & Secure AI Community on Friday, July 8, at 3:30pm CET again at the AI Campus Berlin. This will be the 4th meeting of our fledgling community in which we are going to address the following topics:
We first give an overview about various attacks on machine learning. These range from an unwanted usage of resources, over the manipulation of the model output, to stealing information that have been used for training. In the second part, we discuss the relevance of such attacks in practice.
It would be great if you could let us know whether you will be able to attend (either yourself, or someone from your organization). The covid regulations have been lifted so that there currently are no restrictions affecting the meeting. If you have not yet subscribed to our new slack channel, you can do so here.
Though we encourage everybody’s participation on-site, a link to a video dial-in can be found in this calendar link.
Looking forward to welcoming you again at the AI Campus,
Mirko & Tarek