IDEAL mini-workshop on “New Directions on Robustness in ML”

November 16, 2021

As machine learning systems are being deployed in almost every aspect of decision-making, it is vital for them to be reliable and secure to adversarial corruptions and perturbations of various kinds. This workshop will explore newer notions of robustness and the different challenges that arise in designing reliable ML algorithms. Topics include test-time robustness, adversarial perturbations, distribution shifts, and explore connections between robustness and other areas. The workshop speakers are Aleksander Madry, Gautam Kamath, Kamalika Chaudhuri, Pranjal Awasthi and Sebastien Bubeck. Please register at the webpage given below for free to participate in the virtual workshop.