ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202302.0298.v1
Subject: Computer Science And Mathematics, Computer Vision And Graphics Keywords: Steganalysis; Steganography; Timing; Chat
Online: 17 February 2023 (06:32:37 CET)
Steganalysis is the practice of identifying potential secret communication and taking appropriate action, such as deciphering to uncover the hidden contents or destroying the object containing the hidden information if it cannot be uncovered. At times, it’s very necessary to perform Steganalysis due to the fact that steganography is often misused by those with bad intentions, making it a platform for criminal communication. This paper presents a methodology for the detection of timing steganography. The method is based on user behavior during chat, such as the time taken to read, edit, and send text, etc. The method was tested using simulation-based chat software, and it can detect intended timing samples correctly. However, this method is not a very robust one due to some reasons. For instance, it only works well with text-based chat applications, and there are many factors that affect the typing and reading speed of an individual as well as their behavior during chat. These often make the method susceptible to fault detection as it is not easy to set an accurate mean value and deviation to accommodate different typists' normal behavior, which appears as an intended timing.
ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202307.0660.v1
Subject: Computer Science And Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Keywords: Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer (ChatGPT); Artifcial Intelligence; Human-Computer Interaction; Human-AI Interaction Chatbot; App Development; Coding
Online: 11 July 2023 (09:30:02 CEST)
OpenAI has managed to turn 100 million heads in two months towards their new Language model tool (LM) ChatGPT. The third generation Generative Pretrained Transformer (GPT-3) has the capacity to tackle simple to complex and sophisticated problems, while providing reasoning behind its generated answers. ChatGPT can be used to increase productivity and improve efficiency and face challenging problems. Programming mobile applications is a challenging task that requires professional software engineers, skills and abilities to be developed. The following paper takes a case study approach to assess how novice app developers can use ChatGPT to generate Java scripts that will be used in Android studio to create a functional application. The results after, many iterations and ongoing conversations with ChatGPT managed to create an application for the anticipated function. Important insights have been drawn from the case study that could set the ground for any novice user seeking to create applications using Java scripting and Android Studio.