Microsoft Counterfit, which can help organizations test the security of their artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) systems, has been released as an open source tool. Microsoft said the tool can test whether the algorithms used in AI and ML systems are “robust, reliable and trustworthy.” The Redmond-based company said it used Counterfit internally to test the vulnerabilities of its AI system before launching its vulnerabilities. Microsoft will hold a Counterfit exercise and live tutorial on May 10.

According to a Microsoft blog post, Counterfeit is a tool for protecting AI systems used in various industries such as healthcare, finance, and defense. Microsoft cited a survey of 28 organizations covering Fortune 500 companies, governments, non-profit organizations, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMB). Microsoft said it found that 25 of the 28 companies did not have the right tools to protect them. Their AI system.

“Consumers must have confidence that the AI ​​systems that power these important areas will not be affected by adversarial operations,” the blog post reads.

Microsoft said it is working with a variety of partners to test the tool against machine learning models in their environment and to ensure that Counterfit can meet the needs of a wider range of security professionals. Anti-fitting is also emphasized as a tool that enables engineers to safely develop and deploy AI systems. In addition to having a workflow and terminology similar to popular offensive tools, Counterfeit also gives the security community access to published attack algorithms.

Microsoft also owns the Counterfit Git Hub repository and held a walkthrough and real-time tutorial on May 10. If you are a developer or use this tool in your organization to protect AI systems, you can register. Internet Conference.

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