September 27-30, 2021
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Tuesday, September 28 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
(VIRTUAL) Defending Against Adversarial Model Attacks using Kubeflow  - Animesh Singh & Andrew Butler, IBM

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The application of AI algorithms in domains such as self-driving cars, facial recognition, and hiring holds great promise. At the same time, it raises legitimate concerns about AI algorithms robustness against adversarial attacks. Widespread adoption of AI algorithms where the predictions are hidden or obscured from the trained eye of the subject expert, opportunities for a malicious actor to take advantage of the AI algorithms grow considerably, necessitating the addition of adversarial robustness training and checking.  To protect against and mitigate the damages caused by these malicious actors,  this talk will examine how to build a pipeline that’s robust against adversarial attacks by leveraging Kubeflow Pipelines and integration with LFAI Adversarial Robustness Toolbox (ART). Additionally we will show how to test a machine learning model's adversarial robustness in production on Kubeflow Serving, by virtue of Payload logging (KNative eventing) and ART. This presentation focuses on adversarial robustness instead of fairness and bias.

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Andrew Butler

Developer - Deep Learning/Machine Learning/AI Advocate, IBM
Andrew Butler is a Machine Learning Software Developer for IBM, where he works on incorporating tools that increase trust in machine learning models by looking at the explainability, robustness, and fairness of those models. In addition, he works on a project that provides Kubernetes-style... Read More →
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Animesh Singh

Distinguished Engineer and CTO - Watson Data and AI OSS Platform, IBM
Animesh Singh is CTO and Director for IBM Watson Data and AI Open Technology, responsible for Data and AI Open Technology strategy. Creating, designing and implementing IBM’s Data and AI engine for AI and ML platform, leading IBM`s Trusted AI efforts, driving the strategy and execution... Read More →

Tuesday September 28, 2021 4:00pm - 4:50pm PDT
MeetingPlay Platform + Virtual Learning Lab