After a hiatus of about five months, we’re finally back in action this semester, with a series of exciting talks lined up! Ardhendu Tripathy, a PhD student with Dr. Aditya Ramamoorthy has volunteered to share his experience from his recent internship at MERL. Please find the details below:
In the first few minutes I will describe my internship experience with MERL in Summer 2017, followed by a short talk about the work that was done. The basic subject of the internship was privacy-preserving release of datasets. A report about it can be found at https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.
In the talk, I will describe the problem framework and show a tradeoff between privacy and utility in a case of synthetic data. This tradeoff can be closely attained by using adversarial neural networks. Following that I will visualize the performance on a contrived privacy problem on the MNIST dataset.
Thanks and regards,
Please find the presentation slides accompanying the talk here.
12th January, Friday (tomorrow), 12pm-1pm.
2222, Coover Hall.
We’re also going to arrange for some refreshments! Join us!