In the meantime, Clune says his team's findings have underscored limitations in the human way of seeing."This work has caused me to reflect on how we see even more deeply," he said.these images reveal aspects of how the DNNs see that [make] them vulnerable to being fooled, too.
Sold with a book on Epstein, and a newspaper cutting."Do I focus on the low-level details only sometimes?Only on the high-level structure and ignore the details?"Using the technique we describe, a shady company could make images that look to Google's artificial intelligence filters like rabbits, but that actually contain nudity or other illicit imagery."To people in countries where governments restrict speech and publishing, citizens could theoretically communicate secretly by leveraging the opacity within deep neural networks.Clune: "People could embed messages discussing freedom of the press and get them past communist AI-censoring filters by making the image look like the communist party flag!