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My experience taking the course Cryptography I by Stanford as offered by Coursera.

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The first rule of cryptography is never to implement one yourself. “It’s going to get crushed to dust by anyone who knows what they’re doing”

I do believe that everyone deep down at one point in their lives has thought that Cryptography — the art of writing and solving codes — is fascinating and considered learning more about it. People want to keep secrets safe, and people want to know the secrets of others.

When I was a young child, as a game, my friends and I used to make “cipher algorithms”. These were basically just substitution ciphers with a few complicated but totally useless rules added. It’s embarrassing and quite frankly stupid, but I guess we had fun like with most childhood games. …


Adversarial Examples for Humans — An Introduction

This article is based on a twenty-minute talk I gave for TrendMicro Philippines Decode Event 2018. It’s about how malicious people can attack deep neural networks. A trained neural network is a model; I’ll be using the terms network (short for neural network) and model interchangeably throughout this article.

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Deep learning in a nutshell

The basic building block of any neural network is an artificial neuron.

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Essentially, a neuron takes a bunch of inputs and outputs a value. A neuron gets the weighted sum of the inputs (plus a number called a bias) and feeds it to a non-linear activation function. …

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