Four short links: 26 February 2020

WASM in the Kernel, Open Access, Instrumenting Complex Systems, and Attacking NLP

By Nat Torkington
February 26, 2020
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  1. kernel-wasmSafely run WebAssembly in the Linux kernel, with faster-than-native performance..
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  4. Systems that Defy UnderstandingIn such systems, we must resort to empirical methods. Instead of reasoning about the system and reading the source to answer questions, we find ways to ask questions about the running system. We can perform such queries by looking at existing logs and metrics, or by adding new instrumentation.
  5. TextFoolera model for natural language attack on text classification and inference.
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