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When it comes to AI, seeing isn't always believing. It's possible to trick machine learning systems into hearing and seeing things that aren't really there. We already know that wearing a pair of snazzy glasses can fool face recognition software into thinking you're someone else, but research from Facebook now shows that the same approach can fool other algorithms too.
Sneaky attacks trick AIs into seeing or hearing what's not there 
Added 10 months ago by Francis Tseng
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Sneaky attacks trick AIs into seeing or hearing what's not there 
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When it comes to AI, seeing isn't always believing. It's possible to trick machine learning systems into hearing and seeing things that aren't really there. We already know that wearing a pair of snazzy glasses can fool face recognition software into thinking you're someone else, but research from Facebook now shows that the same approach can fool other algorithms too.
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