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Machine Learning has created a seismic shift in how we think about software engineering and building things in general. Instead of asking how we should solve things ourselves, we dream of being able to just point at the data and let probabilistic systems make an objectively accurate decision for us.
Lately, there has been a growing conversation about the various risks inherent in these sorts of models and how we should be mitigating against them. The field of secure machine learning attempts to address this problem. The idea in its most basic form is to act proactively by putting yourself in the mindset of a criminal and ‘hacking’ into your own machine learning systems to identify problems, weak spots, or potential back doors before an actual criminal can do the same. After taking this course, you will understand the fundamentals of secure machine learning.
Who this course is for:
7 sections - 16 lectures - 01:13:40 total length
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My name is Dennis. I graduated from university with a master degree in Computer Science. I am currently working as a self-driving car engineer in Germany. I have been programming since I was 17 and I like to teach other people. I also worked as a student assistant at the university.