CS seminar: AI Model Inspector: Towards Holistic Adversarial Robustness for Deep Learning

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Date: March 21, 2023
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Location: Virtual event
Category: Seminar

Speaker

Dr. Pin-Yu Chen, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center

Abstract

In this talk, I will share my research journey toward building an AI model inspector for evaluating, improving, and exploiting adversarial robustness for deep learning. I will start by providing an overview of research topics concerning adversarial robustness and machine learning, including attacks, defenses, verification, and novel applications. For each topic, I will summarize my key research findings, such as (i) practical optimization-based attacks and their applications to explainability and scientific discovery; (ii) Plug-and-play defenses for model repairing and patching; (iii) attack-agnostic robustness assessment; and (iv) data-efficient transfer learning via model reprogramming. Finally, I will conclude my talk with my vision of preparing deep learning for the real world and the research methodology of learning with an adversary.

Biography

Dr. Pin-Yu Chen is a principal research scientist at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA. He is also the chief scientist of RPI-IBM AI Research Collaboration and PI of ongoing MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab projects. Dr. Chen received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, in 2016. Dr. Chen’s recent research focuses on adversarial machine learning and robustness of neural networks. His long-term research vision is to build trustworthy machine learning systems. He is a co-author of the book “Adversarial Robustness for Machine Learning”. At IBM Research, he received several research accomplishment awards, including an IBM Master Inventor and IBM Corporate Technical Award in 2021. His research contributes to IBM open-source libraries including Adversarial Robustness Toolbox (ART 360) and AI Explainability 360 (AIX 360). He has published more than 50 papers related to trustworthy machine learning at major AI and machine learning conferences, given tutorials at NeurIPS’22, AAAI(’22,’23), IJCAI’21, CVPR(’20,’21), ECCV’20, ICASSP’20, KDD’19, and Big Data’18, and organized several workshops for adversarial machine learning. He received the IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 GOLD Best Paper Award and UAI 2022 Best Paper Runner-Up Award. Visit his website to learn more about his research.

Virtual event:

Online: Zoom link

Contact

Nathan Fisher

dx3281@wayne.edu

Cost

Free
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