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Sven Gowal · Bogdan Kulynych · Marius Mosbach · Nicholas Frosst · Phil Roth · Utku Ozbulak · Simral Chaudhary · Toshiki Shibahara · Salome Viljoen · Nikita Samarin · Briland Hitaj · Rohan Taori · Emanuel Moss · Melody Guan · Lukas Schott · Angus Galloway · Anna Golubeva · Xiaomeng Jin · Felix Kreuk · Akshayvarun Subramanya · Vipin Pillai · Hamed Pirsiavash · Giuseppe Ateniese · Ankita Kalra · Logan Engstrom · Anish Athalye

Fri Dec 07 11:45 AM -- 01:15 PM (PST) @ None

Author Information

Sven Gowal (DeepMind)
Bogdan Kulynych (EPFL SPRING Lab)

Grad student at EPFL working in the intersection of privacy, security, and ML.

Marius Mosbach (Saarland University)
Nicholas Frosst (Google)
Phil Roth (Endgame)
Utku Ozbulak (Ghent University)
Simral Chaudhary (Carnegie Mellon University)
Toshiki Shibahara (NTT)
Salome Viljoen (Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University)
Nikita Samarin (University of California, Berkeley)
Briland Hitaj (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Rohan Taori (UC Berkeley)

Rohan is a graduate student at Stanford University. He is interested in the foundations of machine learning with an emphasis on the reliability of real-world systems.

Emanuel Moss (Data & Society)

Emanuel Moss researches issues of fairness and accountability in machine learning at the Data & Society Research Institute. He is a doctoral student in cultural anthropology at the CUNY Graduate Center, where he is studying the work of data science from an ethnographic perspective and the role of data scientists as producers of knowledge. He is particularly interested in how data science is shaped by technological, economic, and ethical constraints and concerns. Emanuel holds a B.A. from the University of Illinois, and an M.A. from Brandeis University. He has previously worked as a digital and spatial information specialist for archaeological and environmental projects in the U.S. and Turkey, and has served as the art editor for the Journal of Field Archaeology.

Melody Guan (Stanford University)
Lukas Schott (University of Tuebingen)
Angus Galloway (University of Guelph)
Anna Golubeva (Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics)

PhD candidate Machine Learning and Quantum Many-Body Physics

Xiaomeng Jin (University of Toronto)
Felix Kreuk (Bar-Ilan University)
Akshayvarun Subramanya (UMBC)
Vipin Pillai (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

I am a Computer Vision Ph.D. student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) advised by Dr. Hamed Pirsiavash.

Hamed Pirsiavash (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Giuseppe Ateniese (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Ankita Kalra (Carnegie Mellon University)
Logan Engstrom (MIT)
Anish Athalye (MIT CSAIL)

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