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Trojan Detection Software Challenge - nlp-summary-jan2022-train

Round 9 Train DatasetThis is the training data used to construct and evaluate trojan detection software solutions. This data, generated at NIST, consists of natural language processing (NLP) AIs trained to perform one of three tasks, sentiment classification, named entity recognition, or extractive question answering on English text. A known percentage of these trained AI models have been poisoned with a known trigger which induces incorrect behavior. This data will be used to develop software solutions for detecting which trained AI models have been poisoned via embedded triggers. This dataset consists of 210 Sentiment Classification, Named Entity Recognition, and Extractive Question Answering AI models using a small set of model architectures. Half (50%) of the models have been poisoned with an embedded trigger which causes misclassification of the input when the trigger is present.

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Title Trojan Detection Software Challenge - nlp-summary-jan2022-train
Description Round 9 Train DatasetThis is the training data used to construct and evaluate trojan detection software solutions. This data, generated at NIST, consists of natural language processing (NLP) AIs trained to perform one of three tasks, sentiment classification, named entity recognition, or extractive question answering on English text. A known percentage of these trained AI models have been poisoned with a known trigger which induces incorrect behavior. This data will be used to develop software solutions for detecting which trained AI models have been poisoned via embedded triggers. This dataset consists of 210 Sentiment Classification, Named Entity Recognition, and Extractive Question Answering AI models using a small set of model architectures. Half (50%) of the models have been poisoned with an embedded trigger which causes misclassification of the input when the trigger is present.
Modified 2022-01-24 00:00:00
Publisher Name National Institute of Standards and Technology
Contact mailto:michael.majurski@nist.gov
Keywords Trojan Detection , Artificial Intelligence , AI , Machine Learning , Adversarial Machine Learning
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