New Republic article illustrates the benefits of using Drexel PSAL’s Anonymouth tool
August 1, 2013 — Anonymouth, an adversarial stylometric tool developed at Drexel University, was featured in a New Republic article on July 31, 2013 illustrating how it can be used to anonymize famous works of literature.
While stylometry is authorship recognition through linguistic style, adversarial stylometry is a new method through which an untrained individual can modify his or her writing style to protect their identity. Anonymouth was developed by Dr. Rachel Greenstadt, assistant professor of computer science, and her students in Drexel’s Privacy, Security and Automation Laboratory (PSAL).
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