May 26, 2023, 1:18 a.m. | Siping Shi, Bihai Zhang, Dan Wang

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Recently, inference privacy has attracted increasing attention. The inference
privacy concern arises most notably in the widely deployed edge-cloud video
analytics systems, where the cloud needs the videos captured from the edge. The
video data can contain sensitive information and subject to attack when they
are transmitted to the cloud for inference. Many privacy protection schemes
have been proposed. Yet, the performance of a scheme needs to be determined by
experiments or inferred by analyzing the specific case. In this …

analytics attack attention cloud data edge information privacy privacy concern sensitive information systems the edge video video analytics videos

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