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Validation of Simulation-Based Testing: Bypassing Domain Shift with Label-to-Image Synthesis


Jun 10, 2021
Julia Rosenzweig, Eduardo Brito, Hans-Ulrich Kobialka, Maram Akila, Nico M. Schmidt, Peter Schlicht, Jan David Schneider, Fabian Hüger, Matthias Rottmann, Sebastian Houben, Tim Wirtz

* The first two authors contributed equally. Accepted at the 4th Workshop on "Ensuring and Validating Safety for Automated Vehicles" (WS13), IV2021. Under IEEE Copyright 

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Inspect, Understand, Overcome: A Survey of Practical Methods for AI Safety


Apr 29, 2021
Sebastian Houben, Stephanie Abrecht, Maram Akila, Andreas Bär, Felix Brockherde, Patrick Feifel, Tim Fingscheidt, Sujan Sai Gannamaneni, Seyed Eghbal Ghobadi, Ahmed Hammam, Anselm Haselhoff, Felix Hauser, Christian Heinzemann, Marco Hoffmann, Nikhil Kapoor, Falk Kappel, Marvin Klingner, Jan Kronenberger, Fabian Küppers, Jonas Löhdefink, Michael Mlynarski, Michael Mock, Firas Mualla, Svetlana Pavlitskaya, Maximilian Poretschkin, Alexander Pohl, Varun Ravi-Kumar, Julia Rosenzweig, Matthias Rottmann, Stefan Rüping, Timo Sämann, Jan David Schneider, Elena Schulz, Gesina Schwalbe, Joachim Sicking, Toshika Srivastava, Serin Varghese, Michael Weber, Sebastian Wirkert, Tim Wirtz, Matthias Woehrle

* 94 pages 

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Patch Shortcuts: Interpretable Proxy Models Efficiently Find Black-Box Vulnerabilities


Apr 22, 2021
Julia Rosenzweig, Joachim Sicking, Sebastian Houben, Michael Mock, Maram Akila

* Under IEEE Copyright; accepted at the SAIAD (Safe Artificial Intelligence for Automated Driving) Workshop at CVPR 2021 

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Information-Theoretic Perspective of Federated Learning


Nov 15, 2019
Linara Adilova, Julia Rosenzweig, Michael Kamp

* 5 pages, 8 figures Workshop on Information Theory and Machine Learning, 33rd Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2019), Vancouver, Canada 

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