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Adversarially Learned Representations for Information Obfuscation and Inference

  title={Adversarially Learned Representations for Information Obfuscation and Inference},
  author={Mart{\'i}n Bertr{\'a}n and N. Mart{\'i}nez and A. Papadaki and Q. Qiu and M. Rodrigues and G. Reeves and G. Sapiro},
  • Martín Bertrán, N. Martínez, +4 authors G. Sapiro
  • Published in ICML 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Data collection and sharing are pervasive aspects of modern society. This process can either be voluntary, as in the case of a person taking a facial image to unlock his/her phone, or incidental, such as traffic cameras collecting videos on pedestrians. An undesirable side effect of these processes is that shared data can carry information about attributes that users might consider as sensitive, even when such information is of limited use for the task. It is therefore desirable for both data… CONTINUE READING
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