Collaborative Learning as an Agreement Problem

3 Aug 2020El-Mahdi El-MhamdiRachid GuerraouiArsany GuirguisLê Nguyên HoangSébastien Rouault

We address the problem of Byzantine collaborative learning: a set of $n$ nodes try to collectively learn from data, whose distributions may vary from one node to another. None of them is trusted and $f < n$ can behave arbitrarily... (read more)

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