Feb. 13, 2024, 5:44 a.m. | Pranav Dahiya Ilia Shumailov Ross Anderson

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Randomness supports many critical functions in the field of machine learning (ML) including optimisation, data selection, privacy, and security. ML systems outsource the task of generating or harvesting randomness to the compiler, the cloud service provider or elsewhere in the toolchain. Yet there is a long history of attackers exploiting poor randomness, or even creating it -- as when the NSA put backdoors in random number generators to break cryptography. In this paper we consider whether attackers can compromise an …

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