Random Directional Attack for Fooling Deep Neural Networks

6 Aug 2019Wenjian LuoChenwang WuNan ZhouLi Ni

Deep neural networks (DNNs) have been widely used in many fields such as images processing, speech recognition; however, they are vulnerable to adversarial examples, and this is a security issue worthy of attention. Because the training process of DNNs converge the loss by updating the weights along the gradient descent direction, many gradient-based methods attempt to destroy the DNN model by adding perturbations in the gradient direction... (read more)

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