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Samuel Deng
Samuel Deng
PhD Student, Columbia University
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Biased programmers? Or biased data? A field experiment in operationalizing AI ethics
B Cowgill, F Dell'Acqua, S Deng, D Hsu, N Verma, A Chaintreau
Proceedings of the 21st ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, 679-681, 2020
1122020
Is private learning possible with instance encoding?
N Carlini, S Deng, S Garg, S Jha, S Mahloujifar, M Mahmoody, A Thakurta, ...
2021 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP), 410-427, 2021
862021
Ensuring fairness beyond the training data
D Mandal, S Deng, S Jana, J Wing, DJ Hsu
Advances in neural information processing systems 33, 18445-18456, 2020
582020
Terrainnet: Visual modeling of complex terrain for high-speed, off-road navigation
X Meng, N Hatch, A Lambert, A Li, N Wagener, M Schmittle, JH Lee, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2303.15771, 2023
222023
Learning tensor representations for meta-learning
S Deng, Y Guo, D Hsu, D Mandal
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics, 11550-11580, 2022
32022
A separation result between data-oblivious and data-aware poisoning attacks
S Deng, S Garg, S Jha, S Mahloujifar, M Mahmoody, A Guha Thakurta
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 34, 10862-10875, 2021
32021
Methodological blind spots in machine learning fairness: Lessons from the philosophy of science and computer science
S Deng, A Varzi
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.14210, 2019
22019
Multi-group Learning for Hierarchical Groups
S Deng, D Hsu
arXiv preprint arXiv:2402.00258, 2024
2024
Group conditional validity via multi-group learning
S Deng, N Ardeshir, D Hsu
arXiv preprint arXiv:2303.03995, 2023
2023
On the Power of Oblivious Poisoning Attacks
S Deng, S Garg, S Jha, S Mahloujifar, M Mahmoody, A Thakurta
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