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NVIDIA made an open source tool for creating safer and more secure AI models

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly popular in the tech world, and with that comes a need for more secure AI models. To help developers create safer and more secure AI models, NVIDIA has released an open source tool called Clara Guardian.
Clara Guardian is designed to detect potential security issues in AI models before they are deployed into production environments. The tool uses static analysis techniques to identify any vulnerabilities or weaknesses in the model’s codebase, as well as any potential malicious behavior that could be used by attackers to exploit the system. It also provides detailed reports on how these issues can be addressed and fixed.
In addition to providing security checks for AI models, Clara Guardian also offers other features such as automated testing of new versions of the model against existing ones; automatic deployment of updated versions; and integration with third-party tools like GitHub Actions for continuous monitoring of changes made to the model over time. This helps ensure that all updates are properly tested before being pushed out into production environments where they can potentially cause harm if not properly secured.
NVIDIA hopes that this open source tool will make it easier for developers to create safer and more secure AI models without having to worry about potential security risks associated with them. With its comprehensive set of features, Clara Guardian should prove invaluable when it comes to ensuring that only safe and secure AI systems are put into use in real-world applications.
|NVIDIA made an open source tool for creating safer and more secure AI models|Security|Engadget

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