The other major issue I see, and my retraining results illustrate, is that when stop signs are misclassified because of tampering, future results can be improved by including those images into the training set. Once that is done and the model can generalize to those new signs, the mode of attack will need to change. This leads me to conclude that their attack algorithm is not as robust as they claim.
…er only about the intrinsic value of the business behind the stock, and its future potential value. Only after coming to a conclusion about the actual value of a company and its future potential value, should an investor then look to what price the market has assigned a stock, in ascertaining whether or not a stock is a good purchase.