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Stegemann-Philipps, Christian, Butz, Martin V..  2021.  Learn It First: Grounding Language in Compositional Event-Predictive Encodings. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL). :1–6.
While language learning in infants and toddlers progresses somewhat seamlessly, in artificial systems the grounding of language in knowledge structures that are learned from sensorimotor experiences remains a hard challenge. Here we introduce LEARNA, which learns event-characterizing abstractions to resolve natural language ambiguity. LEARNA develops knowledge structures from simulated sensorimotor experiences. Given a possibly ambiguous descriptive utterance, the learned knowledge structures enable LEARNA to infer environmental scenes, and events unfolding within, which essentially constitute plausible imaginations of the utterance’s content. Similar event-predictive structures may help in developing artificial systems that can generate and comprehend descriptions of scenes and events.
Choi, Heeyoung, Young, Kang Ju.  2021.  Practical Approach of Security Enhancement Method based on the Protection Motivation Theory. 2021 21st ACIS International Winter Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD-Winter). :96—97.
In order to strengthen information security, practical solutions to reduce information security stress are needed because the motivation of the members of the organization who use it is needed to work properly. Therefore, this study attempts to suggest the key factors that can enhance security while reducing the information security stress of organization members. To this end, based on the theory of protection motivation, trust and security stress in information security policies are set as mediating factors to explain changes in security reinforcement behavior, and risk, efficacy, and reaction costs of cyberattacks are considered as prerequisites. Our study suggests a solution to the security reinforcement problem by analyzing the factors that influence the behavior of organization members that can raise the protection motivation of the organization members.
Amirian, Soheyla, Taha, Thiab R., Rasheed, Khaled, Arabnia, Hamid R..  2021.  Generative Adversarial Network Applications in Creating a Meta-Universe. 2021 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI). :175—179.
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) are machine learning methods that are used in many important and novel applications. For example, in imaging science, GANs are effectively utilized in generating image datasets, photographs of human faces, image and video captioning, image-to-image translation, text-to-image translation, video prediction, and 3D object generation to name a few. In this paper, we discuss how GANs can be used to create an artificial world. More specifically, we discuss how GANs help to describe an image utilizing image/video captioning methods and how to translate the image to a new image using image-to-image translation frameworks in a theme we desire. We articulate how GANs impact creating a customized world.
Zhan, Zhi-Hui, Wu, Sheng-Hao, Zhang, Jun.  2021.  A New Evolutionary Computation Framework for Privacy-Preserving Optimization. 2021 13th International Conference on Advanced Computational Intelligence (ICACI). :220—226.
Evolutionary computation (EC) is a kind of advanced computational intelligence (CI) algorithm and advanced artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm. EC algorithms have been widely studied for solving optimization and scheduling problems in various real-world applications, which act as one of the Big Three in CI and AI, together with fuzzy systems and neural networks. Even though EC has been fast developed in recent years, there is an assumption that the algorithm designer can obtain the objective function of the optimization problem so that they can calculate the fitness values of the individuals to follow the “survival of the fittest” principle in natural selection. However, in a real-world application scenario, there is a kind of problem that the objective function is privacy so that the algorithm designer can not obtain the fitness values of the individuals directly. This is the privacy-preserving optimization problem (PPOP) where the assumption of available objective function does not check out. How to solve the PPOP is a new emerging frontier with seldom study but is also a challenging research topic in the EC community. This paper proposes a rank-based cryptographic function (RCF) to protect the fitness value information. Especially, the RCF is adopted by the algorithm user to encrypt the fitness values of all the individuals as rank so that the algorithm designer does not know the exact fitness information but only the rank information. Nevertheless, the RCF can protect the privacy of the algorithm user but still can provide sufficient information to the algorithm designer to drive the EC algorithm. We have applied the RCF privacy-preserving method to two typical EC algorithms including particle swarm optimization (PSO) and differential evolution (DE). Experimental results show that the RCF-based privacy-preserving PSO and DE can solve the PPOP without performance loss.
Simsek, Ozlem Imik, Alagoz, Baris Baykant.  2021.  A Computational Intelligent Analysis Scheme for Optimal Engine Behavior by Using Artificial Neural Network Learning Models and Harris Hawk Optimization. 2021 International Conference on Information Technology (ICIT). :361—365.
Application of computational intelligence methods in data analysis and optimization problems can allow feasible and optimal solutions of complicated engineering problems. This study demonstrates an intelligent analysis scheme for determination of optimal operating condition of an internal combustion engine. For this purpose, an artificial neural network learning model is used to represent engine behavior based on engine data, and a metaheuristic optimization method is implemented to figure out optimal operating states of the engine according to the neural network learning model. This data analysis scheme is used for adjustment of optimal engine speed and fuel rate parameters to provide a maximum torque under Nitrous oxide emission constraint. Harris hawks optimization method is implemented to solve the proposed optimization problem. The solution of this optimization problem addresses eco-friendly enhancement of vehicle performance. Results indicate that this computational intelligent analysis scheme can find optimal operating regimes of an engine.
Song, Zhenlin, Sun, Linyun.  2021.  Comparing Performance and Efficiency of Designers and Design Intelligence. 2021 14th International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Design (ISCID). :57—60.
Intelligent design has been an emerging important area in the design. Existing works related to intelligent design use objective indicators to measure the quality of AI design by comparing the differences between AI-generated data and real data. However, the level of quality and efficiency of intelligent design compared to human designers remains unclear. We conducted user experiments to compare the design quality and efficiency of advanced design methods with that of junior designers. The conclusion is advanced intelligent design methods are comparable with junior designers on painting. Besides, intelligent design uses only 10% of the time spent by the junior designer in the tasks of layout design, color matching, and video editing.
Sooraksa, Nanta.  2021.  A Survey of using Computational Intelligence (CI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Human Resource (HR) Analytics. 2021 7th International Conference on Engineering, Applied Sciences and Technology (ICEAST). :129—132.
Human Resource (HR) Analytics has been increasingly attracted attention for a past decade. This is because the study field is adopted data-driven approaches to be processed and interpreted for meaningful insights in human resources. The field is involved in HR decision making helping to understand why people, organization, or other business performance behaved the way they do. Embracing the available tools for decision making and learning in the field of computational intelligence (CI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the field of HR, this creates tremendous opportunities for HR Analytics in practical aspects. However, there are still inadequate applications in this area. This paper serves as a survey of using the tools and their applications in HR involving recruitment, retention, reward and retirement. An example of using CI and AI for career development and training in the era of disruption is conceptually proposed.
Pappu, Shiburaj, Kangane, Dhanashree, Shah, Varsha, Mandwiwala, Junaid.  2021.  AI-Assisted Risk Based Two Factor Authentication Method (AIA-RB-2FA). 2021 International Conference on Innovative Computing, Intelligent Communication and Smart Electrical Systems (ICSES). :1—5.
Authentication, forms an important step in any security system to allow access to resources that are to be restricted. In this paper, we propose a novel artificial intelligence-assisted risk-based two-factor authentication method. We begin with the details of existing systems in use and then compare the two systems viz: Two Factor Authentication (2FA), Risk-Based Two Factor Authentication (RB-2FA) with each other followed by our proposed AIA-RB-2FA method. The proposed method starts by recording the user features every time the user logs in and learns from the user behavior. Once sufficient data is recorded which could train the AI model, the system starts monitoring each login attempt and predicts whether the user is the owner of the account they are trying to access. If they are not, then we fallback to 2FA.
Wang, Shilei, Wang, Hui, Yu, Hongtao, Zhang, Fuzhi.  2021.  Detecting shilling groups in recommender systems based on hierarchical topic model. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Applications (ICAICA). :832—837.
In a group shilling attack, attackers work collaboratively to inject fake profiles aiming to obtain desired recommendation result. This type of attacks is more harmful to recommender systems than individual shilling attacks. Previous studies pay much attention to detect individual attackers, and little work has been done on the detection of shilling groups. In this work, we introduce a topic modeling method of natural language processing into shilling attack detection and propose a shilling group detection method on the basis of hierarchical topic model. First, we model the given dataset to a series of user rating documents and use the hierarchical topic model to learn the specific topic distributions of each user from these rating documents to describe user rating behaviors. Second, we divide candidate groups based on rating value and rating time which are not involved in the hierarchical topic model. Lastly, we calculate group suspicious degrees in accordance with several indicators calculated through the analysis of user rating distributions, and use the k-means clustering algorithm to distinguish shilling groups. The experimental results on the Netflix and Amazon datasets show that the proposed approach performs better than baseline methods.
Yu, Hongtao, Yuan, Shengyu, Xu, Yishu, Ma, Ru, Gao, Dingli, Zhang, Fuzhi.  2021.  Group attack detection in recommender systems based on triangle dense subgraph mining. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Applications (ICAICA). :649—653.
Aiming at group shilling attacks in recommender systems, a shilling group detection approach based on triangle dense subgraph mining is proposed. First, the user relation graph is built by mining the relations among users in the rating dataset. Second, the improved triangle dense subgraph mining method and the personalizing PageRank seed expansion algorithm are used to divide candidate shilling groups. Finally, the suspicious degrees of candidate groups are calculated using several group detection indicators and the attack groups are obtained. Experiments indicate that our method has better detection performance on the Amazon and Yelp datasets than the baselines.
Dankwa, Stephen, Yang, Lu.  2021.  An Optimal and Lightweight Convolutional Neural Network for Performance Evaluation in Smart Cities based on CAPTCHA Solving. 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB). :1—6.
Multimedia Internet of Things (IoT) devices, especially, the smartphones are embedded with sensors including Global Positioning System (GPS), barometer, microphone, accelerometer, etc. These sensors working together, present a fairly complete picture of the citizens' daily activities, with implications for their privacy. With the internet, Citizens in Smart Cities are able to perform their daily life activities online with their connected electronic devices. But, unfortunately, computer hackers tend to write automated malicious applications to attack websites on which these citizens perform their activities. These security threats sometime put their private information at risk. In order to prevent these security threats on websites, Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart (CAPTCHAs) are generated, as a form of security mechanism to protect the citizens' private information. But with the advancement of deep learning, text-based CAPTCHAs can sometimes be vulnerable. As a result, it is essential to conduct performance evaluation on the CAPTCHAs that are generated before they are deployed on multimedia web applications. Therefore, this work proposed an optimal and light-weight Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) to solve both numerical and alpha-numerical complex text-based CAPTCHAs simultaneously. The accuracy of the proposed CNN model has been accelerated based on Cyclical Learning Rates (CLRs) policy. The proposed CLR-CNN model achieved a high accuracy to solve both numerical and alpha-numerical text-based CAPTCHAs of 99.87% and 99.66%, respectively. In real-time, we observed that the speed of the model has increased, the model is lightweight, stable, and flexible as compared to other CAPTCHA solving techniques. The result of this current work will increase awareness and will assist multimedia security Researchers to continue and develop more robust text-based CAPTCHAs with their security mechanisms capable of protecting the private information of citizens in Smart Cities.
Vanitha, C. N., Malathy, S., Anitha, K., Suwathika, S..  2021.  Enhanced Security using Advanced Encryption Standards in Face Recognition. 2021 2nd International Conference on Communication, Computing and Industry 4.0 (C2I4). :1–5.
Nowadays, face recognition is used everywhere in all fields. Though the face recognition is used for security purposes there is also chance in hacking the faces which is used for face recognition. For enhancing the face security, encryption and decryption technique is used. Face cognizance has been engaged in more than a few security-connected purposes such as supervision, e-passport, and etc… The significant use of biometric raises vital private concerns, in precise if the biometric same method is carried out at a central or unfrosted servers, and calls for implementation of Privacy improving technologies. For privacy concerns the encoding and decoding is used. For achieving the result we are using the Open Computer Vision (OpenCV) tool. With the help of this tool we are going to cipher the face and decode the face with advanced encryption standards techniques. OpenCV is the tool used in this project
Schneider, Madeleine, Aspinall, David, Bastian, Nathaniel D..  2021.  Evaluating Model Robustness to Adversarial Samples in Network Intrusion Detection. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data). :3343–3352.
Adversarial machine learning, a technique which seeks to deceive machine learning (ML) models, threatens the utility and reliability of ML systems. This is particularly relevant in critical ML implementations such as those found in Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS). This paper considers the impact of adversarial influence on NIDS and proposes ways to improve ML based systems. Specifically, we consider five feature robustness metrics to determine which features in a model are most vulnerable, and four defense methods. These methods are tested on six ML models with four adversarial sample generation techniques. Our results show that across different models and adversarial generation techniques, there is limited consistency in vulnerable features or in effectiveness of defense method.
Nguyen, Tien N., Choo, Raymond.  2021.  Human-in-the-Loop XAI-enabled Vulnerability Detection, Investigation, and Mitigation. 2021 36th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE). :1210–1212.
The need for cyber resilience is increasingly important in our technology-dependent society, where computing systems, devices and data will continue to be the target of cyber attackers. Hence, we propose a conceptual framework called ‘Human-in-the-Loop Explainable-AI-Enabled Vulnerability Detection, Investigation, and Mitigation’ (HXAI-VDIM). Specifically, instead of resolving complex scenario of security vulnerabilities as an output of an AI/ML model, we integrate the security analyst or forensic investigator into the man-machine loop and leverage explainable AI (XAI) to combine both AI and Intelligence Assistant (IA) to amplify human intelligence in both proactive and reactive processes. Our goal is that HXAI-VDIM integrates human and machine in an interactive and iterative loop with security visualization that utilizes human intelligence to guide the XAI-enabled system and generate refined solutions.
Cohen, Myke C., Demir, Mustafa, Chiou, Erin K., Cooke, Nancy J..  2021.  The Dynamics of Trust and Verbal Anthropomorphism in Human-Autonomy Teaming. 2021 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Human-Machine Systems (ICHMS). :1–6.
Trust in autonomous teammates has been shown to be a key factor in human-autonomy team (HAT) performance, and anthropomorphism is a closely related construct that is underexplored in HAT literature. This study investigates whether perceived anthropomorphism can be measured from team communication behaviors in a simulated remotely piloted aircraft system task environment, in which two humans in unique roles were asked to team with a synthetic (i.e., autonomous) pilot agent. We compared verbal and self-reported measures of anthropomorphism with team error handling performance and trust in the synthetic pilot. Results for this study show that trends in verbal anthropomorphism follow the same patterns expected from self-reported measures of anthropomorphism, with respect to fluctuations in trust resulting from autonomy failures.
Obaidat, Muath, Brown, Joseph, Alnusair, Awny.  2021.  Blind Attack Flaws in Adaptive Honeypot Strategies. 2021 IEEE World AI IoT Congress (AIIoT). :0491–0496.
Adaptive honeypots are being widely proposed as a more powerful alternative to the traditional honeypot model. Just as with typical honeypots, however, one of the most important concerns of an adaptive honeypot is environment deception in order to make sure an adversary cannot fingerprint the honeypot. The threat of fingerprinting hints at a greater underlying concern, however; this being that honeypots are only effective because an adversary does not know that the environment on which they are operating is a honeypot. What has not been widely discussed in the context of adaptive honeypots is that they actually have an inherently increased level of susceptibility to this threat. Honeypots not only bear increased risks when an adversary knows they are a honeypot rather than a native system, but they are only effective as adaptable entities if one does not know that the honeypot environment they are operating on is adaptive as wekk. Thus, if adaptive honeypots become commonplace - or, instead, if attackers even have an inkling that an adaptive honeypot may exist on any given network, a new attack which could develop is a “blind confusion attack”; a form of connection which simply makes an assumption all environments are adaptive honeypots, and instead of attempting to perform a malicious strike on a given entity, opts to perform non-malicious behavior in specified and/or random patterns to confuse an adaptive network's learning.
Yan, Longchuan, Zhang, Zhaoxia, Huang, Huige, Yuan, Xiaoyu, Peng, Yuanlong, Zhang, Qingyun.  2021.  An Improved Deep Pairwise Supervised Hashing Algorithm for Fast Image Retrieval. 2021 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Information Technology, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (ICIBA). 2:1152–1156.
In recent years, hashing algorithm has been widely researched and has made considerable progress in large-scale image retrieval tasks due to its advantages of convenient storage and fast calculation efficiency. Nowadays most researchers use deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) to perform feature learning and hash coding learning at the same time for image retrieval and the deep hashing methods based on deep CNNs perform much better than the traditional manual feature hashing methods. But most methods are designed to handle simple binary similarity and decrease quantization error, ignoring that the features of similar images and hashing codes generated are not compact enough. In order to enhance the performance of CNNs-based hashing algorithms for large scale image retrieval, this paper proposes a new deep-supervised hashing algorithm in which a novel channel attention mechanism is added and the loss function is elaborately redesigned to generate compact binary codes. It experimentally proves that, compared with the existing hashing methods, this method has better performance on two large scale image datasets CIFAR-10 and NUS-WIDE.
Trifonov, Roumen, Manolov, Slavcho, Yoshinov, Radoslav, Tsochev, Georgy, Pavlova, Galya.  2021.  Applying the Experience of Artificial Intelligence Methods for Information Systems Cyber Protection at Industrial Control Systems. 2021 25th International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Communications and Computers (CSCC). :21–25.
The rapid development of the Industry 4.0 initiative highlights the problems of Cyber-security of Industrial Computer Systems and, following global trends in Cyber Defense, the implementation of Artificial Intelligence instruments. The authors, having certain achievement in the implementation of Artificial Intelligence tools in Cyber Protection of Information Systems and, more precisely, creating and successfully experimenting with a hybrid model of Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDPS), decided to study and experiment with the possibility of applying a similar model to Industrial Control Systems. This raises the question: can the experience of applying Artificial Intelligence methods in Information Systems, where this development went beyond the experimental phase and has entered into the real implementation phase, be useful for experimenting with these methods in Industrial Systems.
Uchida, Hikaru, Matsubara, Masaki, Wakabayashi, Kei, Morishima, Atsuyuki.  2020.  Human-in-the-loop Approach towards Dual Process AI Decisions. 2020 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data). :3096–3098.
How to develop AI systems that can explain how they made decisions is one of the important and hot topics today. Inspired by the dual-process theory in psychology, this paper proposes a human-in-the-loop approach to develop System-2 AI that makes an inference logically and outputs interpretable explanation. Our proposed method first asks crowd workers to raise understandable features of objects of multiple classes and collect training data from the Internet to generate classifiers for the features. Logical decision rules with the set of generated classifiers can explain why each object is of a particular class. In our preliminary experiment, we applied our method to an image classification of Asian national flags and examined the effectiveness and issues of our method. In our future studies, we plan to combine the System-2 AI with System-1 AI (e.g., neural networks) to efficiently output decisions.
Zhang, Ailuan, Li, Ziehen.  2021.  A New LWE-based Homomorphic Encryption Algorithm over Integer. 2021 International Conference on Computer Information Science and Artificial Intelligence (CISAI). :521–525.
The design of public-key cryptography algorithm based on LWE hard problem is a hot topic in the field of post-quantum cryptography. In this paper, we design a new homomorphic encryption algorithm based on LWE problem. Firstly, to solve the problem that the existing encryption algorithms can only encrypt a single 0 or 1 bit, a new encryption algorithm based on LWE over integer is proposed, and its correctness and security are proved by theoretical analysis. Secondly, an additive homomorphism algorithm is constructed based on the algorithm, and the correctness of the algorithm is proved. The homomorphism algorithm can carry out multi-level homomorphism addition under certain parameters. Finally, the public key cryptography algorithm and homomorphic encryption algorithm are simulated through experiments, which verifies the correctness of the algorithm again, and compares the efficiency of the algorithm with existing algorithms. The experimental data shows that the algorithm has certain efficiency advantages.
Perrone, Paola, Flammini, Francesco, Setola, Roberto.  2021.  Machine Learning for Threat Recognition in Critical Cyber-Physical Systems. 2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience (CSR). :298–303.

Cybersecurity has become an emerging challenge for business information management and critical infrastructure protection in recent years. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been widely used in different fields, but it is still relatively new in the area of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) security. In this paper, we provide an approach based on Machine Learning (ML) to intelligent threat recognition to enable run-time risk assessment for superior situation awareness in CPS security monitoring. With the aim of classifying malicious activity, several machine learning methods, such as k-nearest neighbours (kNN), Naïve Bayes (NB), Support Vector Machine (SVM), Decision Tree (DT) and Random Forest (RF), have been applied and compared using two different publicly available real-world testbeds. The results show that RF allowed for the best classification performance. When used in reference industrial applications, the approach allows security control room operators to get notified of threats only when classification confidence will be above a threshold, hence reducing the stress of security managers and effectively supporting their decisions.

Agarkhed, Jayashree, Pawar, Geetha.  2021.  Efficient Security Model for Pervasive Computing Using Multi-Layer Neural Network. 2021 Fourth International Conference on Electrical, Computer and Communication Technologies (ICECCT). :1–6.

In new technological world pervasive computing plays the important role in data computing and communication. The pervasive computing provides the mobile environment for decentralized computational services at anywhere, anytime at any context and location. Pervasive computing is flexible and makes portable devices and computing surrounded us as part of our daily life. Devices like Laptop, Smartphones, PDAs, and any other portable devices can constitute the pervasive environment. These devices in pervasive environments are worldwide and can receive various communications including audio visual services. The users and the system in this pervasive environment face the challenges of user trust, data privacy and user and device node identity. To give the feasible determination for these challenges. This paper aims to propose a dynamic learning in pervasive computing environment refer the challenges proposed efficient security model (ESM) for trustworthy and untrustworthy attackers. ESM model also compared with existing generic models; it also provides better accuracy rate than existing models.

Nazir, Sajid, Poorun, Yovin, Kaleem, Mohammad.  2021.  Person Detection with Deep Learning and IoT for Smart Home Security on Amazon Cloud. 2021 International Conference on Electrical, Computer, Communications and Mechatronics Engineering (ICECCME). :1—6.
A smart home provides better living environment by allowing remote Internet access for controlling the home appliances and devices. Security of smart homes is an important application area commonly using Passive Infrared Sensors (PIRs), image capture and analysis but such solutions sometimes fail to detect an event. An unambiguous person detection is important for security applications so that no event is missed and also that there are no false alarms which result in waste of resources. Cloud platforms provide deep learning and IoT services which can be used to implement an automated and failsafe security application. In this paper, we demonstrate reliable person detection for indoor and outdoor scenarios by integrating an application running on an edge device with AWS cloud services. We provide results for identifying a person before authorizing entry, detecting any trespassing within the boundaries, and monitoring movements within the home.
Yang, Ge, Wang, Shaowei, Wang, Haijie.  2021.  Federated Learning with Personalized Local Differential Privacy. 2021 IEEE 6th International Conference on Computer and Communication Systems (ICCCS). :484–489.

Recently, federated learning (FL), as an advanced and practical solution, has been applied to deal with privacy-preserving issues in distributed multi-party federated modeling. However, most existing FL methods focus on the same privacy-preserving budget while ignoring various privacy requirements of participants. In this paper, we for the first time propose an algorithm (PLU-FedOA) to optimize the deep neural network of horizontal FL with personalized local differential privacy. For such considerations, we design two approaches: PLU, which allows clients to upload local updates under differential privacy-preserving of personally selected privacy level, and FedOA, which helps the server aggregates local parameters with optimized weight in mixed privacy-preserving scenarios. Moreover, we theoretically analyze the effect on privacy and optimization of our approaches. Finally, we verify PLU-FedOA on real-world datasets.

Li, Xiaojian, Chen, Jinsong.  2021.  Research on the Influence Mechanism of Artificial Intelligence on Lateral Channel Spillover Effect. 2021 International Conference on Internet, Education and Information Technology (IEIT). :90–93.

With big data and artificial intelligence, we conduct the research of the buyers' identification and involvement, and their investments such as time, experience and consultation in various channels are analyzed and iterated. We establish a set of AI channel governance system with the functions of members' behavior monitoring, transaction clearing and deterrence; Through the system, the horizontal spillover effect of their behavior is controlled. Thus, their unfair perception can be effectively reduced and the channel performance can be improved as well.