Hiromi Arai : Privacy preserving data mining

lundi 19 février 2018 - Séminaires

Hiromi Arai qui travaille avec le professeur Sébastien Gambs est en visite chez nous.
Elle nous fait l’honneur de présenter un séminaire spécial lundi prochain.

Qui? Hiromi Arai, du RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP)

Quoi? Privacy preserving data mining

Quand? lundi 19 février à 14h

Où? PK-4610

Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss privacy preservation using cryptographic techniques and privacy leakage in data disclosure. I will present our recent works on secure multiparty computation: privacy preserving database matching and preserving worker’s privacy in crowdsourcing. I will also introduce a framework of privacy preserving anomaly detection using group signature. I will also talk about genomic privacy leakage in data publishing and other privacy violations such as data leakage via APIs.

Bio: Hiromi Arai is a researcher in RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP) in Tokyo. She received Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2010. Before joining RIKEN, she was a postdoc at University of Tsukuba, a researcher at RIKEN, an assistant professor at the University of Tokyo, and a Senior Researcher at NICT. Her research interests lie in privacy preserving data mining, transparency and fairness in machinelearning, machine learning security and usable security.

Le séminaire sera présenté en anglais.