Adaptive Adversarial Attack on Scene Text Recognition

Recent studies have shown that state-of-the-art deep learning models are vulnerable to the inputs with small perturbations (adversarial examples). We observe two critical obstacles in adversarial examples: (i) Strong adversarial attacks (e.g., C&W attack) require manually tuning hyper-parameters and take a long time to construct an adversarial example, making it impractical to attack real-time systems; (ii) Most of the studies focus on non-sequential tasks, such as image classification, yet only a few consider sequential tasks... (read more)

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