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What You See is What You Get: Distributional Generalization for Algorithm Design in Deep Learning



Bogdan Kulynych , Yao-Yuan Yang , Yaodong Yu , Jarosław Błasiok , Preetum Nakkiran

* First two authors contributed equally 

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Adversarial for Good? How the Adversarial ML Community's Values Impede Socially Beneficial Uses of Attacks



Kendra Albert , Maggie Delano , Bogdan Kulynych , Ram Shankar Siva Kumar

* Author list is ordered alphabetically as there is equal contribution. 4 pages Accepted by the ICML 2021 workshop on "A Blessing in Disguise:The Prospects and Perils of Adversarial Machine Learning" 

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Exploring Data Pipelines through the Process Lens: a Reference Model forComputer Vision



Agathe Balayn , Bogdan Kulynych , Seda Guerses

* Presented at the CVPR workshop 2021 Beyond Fair Computer Vision 

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Disparate Vulnerability: on the Unfairness of Privacy Attacks Against Machine Learning



Mohammad Yaghini , Bogdan Kulynych , Carmela Troncoso

* Mohammad Yaghini and Bogdan Kulynych contributed equally to this work 

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Questioning the assumptions behind fairness solutions



Rebekah Overdorf , Bogdan Kulynych , Ero Balsa , Carmela Troncoso , Seda Gürses

* Presented at Critiquing and Correcting Trends in Machine Learning (NeurIPS 2018 Workshop), Montreal, Canada. This is a short version of arXiv:1806.02711 

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Evading classifiers in discrete domains with provable optimality guarantees



Bogdan Kulynych , Jamie Hayes , Nikita Samarin , Carmela Troncoso


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POTs: Protective Optimization Technologies



Rebekah Overdorf , Bogdan Kulynych , Ero Balsa , Carmela Troncoso , Seda Gürses

* An earlier version (v1/v2) by Seda G\"urses, Rebekah Overdorf, and Ero Balsa was presented at The Workshop on Hot Topics in Privacy Enhancing Technologies 2018 (HotPETs) and as a Poster at Privacy in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, FAIM Workshop 2018 (PiMLAI) 

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Feature importance scores and lossless feature pruning using Banzhaf power indices



Bogdan Kulynych , Carmela Troncoso

* Presented at NIPS 2017 Symposium on Interpretable Machine Learning 

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