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You may have heard the machine learning term, “adversarial examples”, and perhaps even seen some demonstrations of it. However, have you ever seen a contest in adversarial attacks and defenses that happens in real-time?

To boost research on adversarial examples, GeekPwn 2018, the AI tech platform working on cutting edge security issues, has designed a Competition of Adversarial attacks and Defenses (CAAD) focused on image recognition security. Three sub-competitions are on the agenda for this year’s challenge, officially launched in May.

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