AI won’t see you if you hold this color printout. So steer clear of any and all self-driving vehicles


Want to hide from AI-powered surveillance systems? Researchers at KU Leuven generated an image which you can print and hold around your hip to make yourself invisible to a popular object detection algorithm.

The technique so far only works if the printout is  held at a certain angle and position, but the Leuven researchers believe they could make t-shirts that would lead to higher success rates.

You can find the paper “Fooling automated surveillance cameras: adversarial patches to attack person detection” here. Read more…

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