When all the world's a toaster, according to tricked AI

If youíre trying to fool an AI vision system in the future, then stickers like these might help. For a long time, computer scientists have been developing special types of images that bamboozle AI eyes. These pictures and patterns are known as ďadversarial images,Ē and they exploit weaknesses in the way computers look at the world to make them see stuff that isnít there. Think of them as optical illusions, but for AI. They can be made into glasses that fool facial recognition systems, they can be printed onto physical objects, and now, researchers from Google have turned them into stickers. A paper describing the production of these stickers was published last month, and although the work isnít a breakthrough, it is a neat step forward.... Continue reading…

When all the world's a toaster, according to tricked AI

Image recognition technology can be duped by psychedelic stickers created by a Google team.

Fri 5 Jan 18 from TechXplore

Google Ďoptical illusioní stickers make AI hallucinate

A group of Google researchers based in San Francisco have created a colourful computer-generated pattern that can be used to 'attack' image recognition systems.

Thu 4 Jan 18 from Daily Mail

Psychedelic toasters fool image recognition tech

Colourful patterns can fool image recognition software, a team of Google researchers suggests.

Wed 3 Jan 18 from BBC Technology

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