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Why do adversarial attacks work on CNNs if they classify images as humans do?

A common illustration on how CNN works is as follows: It seems to suggest that CNN in ...
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Do adversarial samples violate the i.i.d. assumption?

I am trying to understand why adversarial attacks work in theory. I have read, that the image is perturbed by a special perturbation $X_{adv}=X_1+p$, but i can't find any reference on that ...
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What is the "attack success rate" of an Adversarial Attack?

For a typical adversarial attack, a sample $x_{0}$ is chosen from a training set belonging to class $C_{i}$ and a transformation $A$ is applied such that the adversarial example $x=A(x_{0})$ would be ...
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What are the specific differences between vision transformers variants?

I have tried 4 different types of attacks on vision transformers (ViT small and tiny, DeiT small and tiny) but the attack successes on smaller versions are higher than the tiny versions. My ...
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How do you game an automatic trading system by messing with data, as opposed to hacking the algorithm itself?

There was a recent question on adversarial AI applications, which led me to start digging around. Here my interest is not general, but specific: How do you game an automatic trading system by messing ...
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What is an adversarial attack?

I'm reading this really interesting article CycleGAN, a Master of Steganography. I understand everything up until this paragraph: we may view the CycleGAN training procedure as continually mounting ...
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