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Presentation 2019-07-24 10:55
Stochastic Existence Connecting Logos that are not necessarily completely divided and Language Games -- Limitations of Security Models and the Possibility of Artificial Intelligence --
Tetsuya Morizumi (KU) ISEC2019-49 SITE2019-43 BioX2019-41 HWS2019-44 ICSS2019-47 EMM2019-52
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(in English) In this paper we describe that AI architecture including input data in artificial intelligence system for Bayesian estimation of covert channel and inference channel. The security model that describes the covert channel and the inference channel is a system that logically expresses the world, and that "others should be restricted from accessing the text of <I>". However, this philosophy goes against the behavior of "good use of shared logos (le partage du logos) for the community". The security model is the limit of the world in this view. Logos are incompletely shared. Alternatively, the parted logos (partage) are in motion and do not exist in the sense of Jean-Luc Nancy. Alternatives to the system of shared logos (partage) are "language games" presented by Wittgenstein and "Riken-no-ken (sight outside of sight)" used in Ze’ami’s treatise on Noh. A language game is a necessary condition for <I> and others, who are defined as meaning blindness to each other, to deduce "the latent logos of each other". "Riken-no-ken (sight outside of sight)" performs only syntactically performs "the behavior of latent understanding" of <I> and others, on the language game. In order to connect the texts of semantically blind others to my logos, I have to make the latent texts hidden in my own texts rise up. The minimal logos needed at this time is modus ponens. Modus ponens is shown as a pre-order in relational algebra. The Family Remblance of the family of text's sets is pre-order. Those are the clusters in probability measure space. The latent texts then appear as latent stochastic variables in the probability measure space of the Family Resemblance. The evaluation of latent stochastic variables is the entropy (information capacity). Here, the problem of the security model, which is a logical model (theory), is reduced to the problem of machine learning of the probability distribution of the stochastic variables indicating clusters. Input texts required for artificial intelligence must be represented as a chain of Family Remblance ensembles that do not satisfy equivalence relations.
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(in English) covert channe / inference channel / security model / Bayesian estimation / AI-architecture / le partage du logos / language game / Riken-no-ken  
Reference Info. IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 119, no. 141, SITE2019-43, pp. 317-324, July 2019.
Paper # SITE2019-43 
Date of Issue 2019-07-16 (ISEC, SITE, BioX, HWS, ICSS, EMM) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685  Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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Conference Information
Committee ISEC SITE ICSS EMM HWS BioX IPSJ-CSEC IPSJ-SPT 
Conference Date 2019-07-23 - 2019-07-24 
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Place (in English) Kochi University of Technology 
Topics (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Topics (in English) Security, etc. 
Paper Information
Registration To SITE 
Conference Code 2019-07-ISEC-SITE-ICSS-EMM-HWS-BioX-CSEC-SPT 
Language Japanese 
Title (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
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Title (in English) Stochastic Existence Connecting Logos that are not necessarily completely divided and Language Games 
Sub Title (in English) Limitations of Security Models and the Possibility of Artificial Intelligence 
Keyword(1) covert channe  
Keyword(2) inference channel  
Keyword(3) security model  
Keyword(4) Bayesian estimation  
Keyword(5) AI-architecture  
Keyword(6) le partage du logos  
Keyword(7) language game  
Keyword(8) Riken-no-ken  
1st Author's Name Tetsuya Morizumi  
1st Author's Affiliation Kanagawa University (KU)
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Date Time 2019-07-24 10:55:00 
Presentation Time 25 
Registration for SITE 
Paper # IEICE-ISEC2019-49,IEICE-SITE2019-43,IEICE-BioX2019-41,IEICE-HWS2019-44,IEICE-ICSS2019-47,IEICE-EMM2019-52 
Volume (vol) IEICE-119 
Number (no) no.140(ISEC), no.141(SITE), no.142(BioX), no.143(HWS), no.144(ICSS), no.145(EMM) 
Page pp.317-324 
#Pages IEICE-8 
Date of Issue IEICE-ISEC-2019-07-16,IEICE-SITE-2019-07-16,IEICE-BioX-2019-07-16,IEICE-HWS-2019-07-16,IEICE-ICSS-2019-07-16,IEICE-EMM-2019-07-16 


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