Feb. 5, 2024, 8:10 p.m. | Man-Jie Yuan Zheng Zou Wei Gao

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Privacy-preserving neural networks have attracted increasing attention in recent years, and various algorithms have been developed to keep the balance between accuracy, computational complexity and information security from the cryptographic view. This work takes a different view from the input data and structure of neural networks. We decompose the input data (e.g., some images) into sensitive and insensitive segments according to importance and privacy. The sensitive segment includes some important and private information such as human faces and we take …

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