Privacy-preserving linear regression for brain-computer interface applications
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- Proceedings 2018 IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 2019
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Many machine learning (ML) applications rely on large amounts of personal data for training and inference. Among the most intimate exploited data sources is electroencephalogram (EEG) data. The emergence of consumer -grade, low-cost brain -computer interfaces (BCIs) and corresponding software development kits' is bringing the use of BCI within reach of application developers. The access that BCI applications have to neural signals rightly raises privacy concerns. Application developers can easily gain knowledge beyond the professed scope from unprotected EEG signals, including passwords, ATM PINs, and other personal data. The challenge is how to engage in meaningful ML with EEG data while protecting the privacy of users.
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