Multiple Classification with Split Learning

08/22/2020 ∙ by Jongwon Kim, et al. ∙ 0

Privacy issues were raised in the process of training deep learning in medical, mobility, and other fields. To solve this problem, we want to present privacy-preserving distributed deep learning method that allow clients to learn a variety of data without direct exposure. We divided a single deep learning architecture into a common extractor, a cloud model and a local classifier for the distributed learning. First, the common extractor, which is used by local clients, extracts secure features from the input data. The secure features also take the role that the cloud model can employ various task and diverse types of data. The feature contain the most important information that helps to proceed various task. Second, the cloud model including most parts of the whole training model gets the embedded features from the massive local clients, and performs most of deep learning operations which takes severe computing cost. After the operations in cloud model finished, outputs of the cloud model send back to local clients. Finally, the local classifier determined classification results and delivers the results to local clients. When clients train models, our model does not directly expose sensitive information to exterior network. During the test, the average performance improvement was 1.11 existing local training model. However, in a distributed environment, there is a possibility of inversion attack due to exposed features. For this reason, we experimented with the common extractor to prevent data restoration. The quality of restoration of the original image was tested by adjusting the depth of the common extractor. As a result, we found that the deeper the common extractor, the restoration score decreased to 89.74.

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