Resilience of Bayesian Layer-Wise Explanations under Adversarial Attacks

We consider the problem of the stability of saliency-based explanations of Neural Network predictions under adversarial attacks in a classification task. We empirically show that, for deterministic Neural Networks, saliency interpretations are remarkably brittle even when the attacks fail, i.e. for attacks that do not change the classification label... (read more)

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