Controlling Fine-Grain Sharing in Natural Language with a Virtual Assistant
作者: Giovanni CampagnaSilei XuRakesh RameshMichael FischerMonica S. Lam
刊名: Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies, 2018, Vol.2 (3), pp.1-28
来源数据库: Association for Computing Machinery Journal
DOI: 10.1145/3264905
关键词: Internet of ThingsWeb APIsNatural language interfacesRemote program executionUsable security
原始语种摘要: This paper proposes a novel approach to let consumers share data from their existing web accounts and devices easily, securely, and with fine granularity of control. Our proposal is to have our personal virtual assistant be responsible for sharing our digital assets. The owner can specify fine-grain access control in natural language; the virtual assistant executes access requests on behalf of the requesters and returns the results, if the requests conform to the owner's access control policies. Specifically, we allow a virtual assistant to share any ThingTalk command--an event-driven task composed of skills drawn from Thingpedia, a crowdsourced repository with over 200 functions currently. Access control in natural language is translated into TACL, a formal language we introduce to let...
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  • virtual 虚的
  • users 使用者
  • assistant 助剂
  • conformance 一致性
  • access 入口
  • enforceable 可执行
  • sharing 共用
  • language 语言
  • granularity 粒度
  • owner 所有人