Reading Isn't Believing: Adversarial Attacks On Multi-Modal Neurons

03/18/2021 ∙ by David A. Noever, et al. ∙ 14

With Open AI's publishing of their CLIP model (Contrastive Language-Image Pre-training), multi-modal neural networks now provide accessible models that combine reading with visual recognition. Their network offers novel ways to probe its dual abilities to read text while classifying visual objects. This paper demonstrates several new categories of adversarial attacks, spanning basic typographical, conceptual, and iconographic inputs generated to fool the model into making false or absurd classifications. We demonstrate that contradictory text and image signals can confuse the model into choosing false (visual) options. Like previous authors, we show by example that the CLIP model tends to read first, look later, a phenomenon we describe as reading isn't believing.

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