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Markpainting: Adversarial Machine Learning meets Inpainting

  title={Markpainting: Adversarial Machine Learning meets Inpainting},
  author={David Khachaturov and Ilia Shumailov and Yiren Zhao and Nicolas Papernot and Ross Anderson},
Inpainting is a learned interpolation technique that is based on generative modeling and used to populate masked or missing pieces in an image; it has wide applications in picture editing and retouching. Recently, inpainting started being used for watermark removal, raising concerns. In this paper we study how to manipulate it using our markpainting technique. First, we show how an image owner with access to an inpainting model can augment their image in such a way that any attempt to edit it… 
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