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Facial Recognition Adversarial Attacks, Policy and Choice

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Gretchen Greene demonstrates the technical feasibility of facial recognition adversarial attacks, describes using it at airports and borders and invites contributions to their open sourced prototype.

Bio

Gretchen Greene, founder and CEO of Greene Strategy and Analytics, is a computer vision scientist, machine learning engineer and lawyer advising governments and private companies on AI use, strategy and policy. Greene has been interviewed by Forbes China, the Economist and the BBC. Greene has a CPhil and MS in math from UCLA and a JD from Yale and is an affiliate researcher at MIT Media Lab.

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Mar 03, 2019

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