On the Adversarial Robustness of Camera-based 3D Object Detection

  title={On the Adversarial Robustness of Camera-based 3D Object Detection},
  author={Shaoyuan Xie and Zichao Li and Zeyu Wang and Cihang Xie},
In recent years, camera-based 3D object detection has gained widespread attention for its ability to achieve high performance with low computational cost. However, the robustness of these methods to adversarial attacks has not been thoroughly examined. In this study, we conduct the first comprehensive investigation of the robustness of leading camera-based 3D object detection methods under various adversarial conditions. Our experiments reveal five interesting findings: (a) the use of accurate… 

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