Tag: artificial intelligence
Find out how AI may become an attack vector! Could an attacker use your models against your? Also, what’s the worst that could happen? Welcome to the domain of adversarial AI!
In the past couple of years research in the field of machine learning (ML) has made huge progress which resulted in applications like automated translation, practical speech recognition for smart assistants, useful robots, self-driving cars and lots of others. But so far we only have reached the point where ML works, but may easily be […]
Introduction “How do you turn a trained model into a product, that will bring value to your enterprise?” In recent years, serving has become a hot topic in machine learning. With the ongoing success of deep neural networks, there is a growing demand for solutions that address the increasing complexity of inference at scale. This […]
Today’s software is more vulnerable to cyber attacks than ever before. The number of recorded vulnerabilities has almost constantly increased since the early 90s. The advantage of Deep Learning algorithms is that they can learn vulnerability patterns on their own and achieve a much better vulnerability detection performance. In this Blog-Post, I will present a data-driven approach to solve the vulnerability detection problem with highly improved performance.
Artificial intelligence has a great potential to improve many areas of our lives in the future. But what happens when these AI technologies are used maliciously? Sure, a big topic may be autonomous weapons or so called “killer robots”. But beside our physical security – what about our digital one? How the malicious use of […]
Motivation As part of the lecture “Software Development for Cloud Computing” we were looking for a solution, how a user can get basic assistance within our existing virtual reality game AIRA. The primary objective was a maximum of user-friendliness, while avoiding an interruption of the immersive gaming experience. It is also important to keep in […]
Introduction Howdy, Geeks! Ever frustrated by public transportation around Stuttgart? Managed to get up early just to find out your train to university or work is delayed… again? Yeah, we all know that! We wondered if we could get around this issue by connecting our alarm clock to some algorithms. So we would never ever […]
Adversarial machine learning and its dangers The world is led by machines, humans are subjected to the robot’s rule. Omniscient computer systems hold the control of the world. The newest technology has outpaced human knowledge, while the mankind is powerless in the face of the stronger, faster, better and almighty cyborgs. Such dystopian visions of […]
You might have already heard of IBM’s artificial intelligence “Watson”, which beat two former champions of the american television game show “Jeopardy!” back in 2011. What you probably don’t know is that today lots of predefined Watson services are publicy available on IBM’s cloud platform “Bluemix”. These services cover different aspects of AI-backed applications like Visual Recognition, Language Translation or Text to Speech. This post glances on Natural Language Understanding, which is about analyzing text by extracting different kinds of information, and shows how this can be achieved by using Bluemix services.