Human-Centered A.I. and Security Primitives

Alex Mathew (Department of Cybersecurity, Bethany College, USA)

Article ID: 2534

Abstract


The paper reviews how human-centered artificial intelligence and security primitive have influenced life in the modern world and how it’s useful in the future. Human-centered A.I. has enhanced our capabilities by the way of intelligence, human informed technology. It has created a technology that has made machines and computer intelligently carry their function. The security primitive has enhanced the safety of the data and increased accessibility of data from anywhere regardless of the password is known. This has improved personalized customer activities and filled the gap between the human-machine. This has been successful due to the usage of heuristics which solve belowems by experimental, support vector machine which evaluates and group the data, natural language processing systems which change speech to language. The results of this will lead to image recognition, games, speech recognition, translation, and answering questions. In conclusion, human-centered A.I. and security primitives is an advanced mode of technology that uses statistical mathematical models that provides tools to perform certain work. The results keep on advancing and spreading with years and it will be common in our lives.


Keywords


Artificial Intelligence; Deep learning; Digital signatures; Machine learning; Private information retrieval

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jcsr.v2i4.2534

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