Stackoverflow answers

Submitted By: admin on April 9, 2021

0

0

20566

Stackoverflow answers

Someone coded stackoverflow without stackoverflow.

Linux containers and Kubernetes for beginners

Submitted By: admin on March 29, 2021

0

0

21827

Linux containers and Kubernetes for beginners Source: www.reddit.com

DevOops

Younger devs asking me for help

Submitted By: admin on March 9, 2021

0

0

21439

Younger devs asking me for help Source: www.reddit.com

The difference between knowing and not knowing in that case is just knowing what to look up

- corngolem

When I train a model for days...

Submitted By: admin on February 27, 2021

0

0

23191

When I train a model for days... Source: www.reddit.com

I study a PhD in Security within Machine Learning and this is actually an extremely dangerous thing with nearly all DNN models due to how they 'see' data and is used within many ML attacks. DNN's don't see the world as we do (Obviously) but more importantly that means images or data can appear exactly the same to us, but to a DNN be completely different.

You can imagine a scenario where a DNN within a autonomous car can be easily tricked to misclassify road signs. To us, a readable STOP sign with always say STOP, even if it has scratches, and dirt on the sign, we can easily interpret what the sign should be telling us. However an attacker can use noise (Similar to the photo of another road sign) to alter the image in tiny ways to cause a DNN to think a STOP sign is actually just a speed limit sign, while to us it still looks exactly like a STOP sign. Deploy such an attack on a self driving car at a junction with a stop sign and you can imagine how the car would simply drive on rather than stopping. You'll be surprised how easy it is to trick AI, even big companies like YouTube's have issues with this within copyright music detection if you perform complex ML attacks upon the music.

Here's a paper similar to the scenario I described but by placing stickers in specific places to make an AI not see stop signs; https://arxiv.org/pdf/1707.08945.pdf

- _Waldy_

Is it true?

Submitted By: admin on February 16, 2021

0

0

25845

Is it true? Source: www.reddit.com

Sometimes it is showing JSON data in an ugly way.

- pandakatzu

Times I have used REGEX

Submitted By: admin on January 21, 2021

0

0

15207

Times I have used REGEX Source: www.reddit.com

Times I had to learn REGEX

Debugging chair

Submitted By: admin on January 19, 2021

0

0

15829

Debugging chair Source: www.facebook.com

Some Things Never Change

Submitted By: admin on January 18, 2021

0

0

15568

Some Things Never Change Source: www.reddit.com

Just check that they have an "@" symbol and a dot and then send a verification email. The best regex in the world isn't going to help if they spelled their address wrong.

- w1n5t0nM1k3y

What happens when C++ Developer is learning Python

Submitted By: admin on January 17, 2021

0

0

14021

What happens when C++ Developer is learning Python

 and Python Developer is learning C++

Taking a CS major

Submitted By: admin on January 14, 2021

0

0

14368

Taking a CS major Source: www.reddit.com

My degree is in physics so I can manipulate bits directly.

- destricat85

Intuitive UI

Submitted By: admin on January 14, 2021

0

0

14334

Intuitive UI Source: www.reddit.com

Golden rule of UI design: Always assume the user to be dumb and have learning disabilities.

- pr4d33p_d

transform: rotate(180deg);

Submitted By: admin on January 13, 2021

0

0

11201

transform: rotate(180deg); Source: www.reddit.com

or

transform: scaleY(-1);

Dark theme vs sunlight

Submitted By: admin on January 12, 2021

0

0

4274

Dark theme vs sunlight Source: www.reddit.com

Light attracts bugs. Dark themes less debugging.

- muson_lt

Frontend vs Backend

Submitted By: admin on January 9, 2021

0

0

3946

Frontend vs Backend

accurate

Load More