1st International Workshop on Adversarial
Learning for Multimedia
Workshop at ACM Multimedia 2021
Deep learning has achieved significant success in multimedia fields involving computer vision, natural language processing, and acoustics. However research in adversarial learning also shows that they are highly vulnerable to adversarial examples. Extensive works have demonstrated that adversarial examples could easily fool deep neural networks to wrong predictions threatening practical deep learning applications in both digital and physical world. Though challenging, discovering and harnessing adversarial attacks is beneficial for diagnosing model blind-spots and further understanding as well as improving multimedia systems in practice.
In this workshop, we aim to bring together researchers from the fields of adversarial machine learning, model robustness, and explainable AI to discuss recent research and future directions for adversarial robustness of deep learning models, with a particular focus on multimedia applications, including computer vision, acoustics, etc. As far as we know, we are the first workshop to focus on adversarial learning of multimedia deep learning systems, which is of great significance.