Special Issues

Applications of AI in Cryptography

Submission Deadline: 26 August 2024 View: 165 Submit to Special Issue

Guest Editors

Dr. Qasem Abu Al-Haija, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
Dr. Malik G. Qasaimeh, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
Dr. Mustafa Al-Fayoumi, Prince Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan


Artificial intelligence (AI) and cryptography fields are continuously developing, and combining these two fields brings new potential and challenges. This special issue aims to investigate the synergies that exist between artificial intelligence and cryptography. Specifically, this special issue will focus on novel ideas, applications, and developments that use AI techniques to improve cryptographic systems' security, efficiency, and usefulness. Researchers interested in the interface of artificial intelligence and cryptography will be able to contribute their ideas, discoveries, and breakthroughs through the publication of this special issue. Furthermore, the purpose of this endeavor is to encourage cooperation, stimulate new lines of inquiry, and contribute to the continued development of cryptographic systems that are both safe and effective in the era of artificial intelligence systems. This special Issue calls for research papers, communications, and review articles on topics including, but not limited to, the following: 

· Machine Learning in Cryptanalysis.

· AI-Enhanced Cryptographic Protocols.

· Deep Learning for Cryptographic Key Generation. 

· AI in Post-Quantum Cryptography. 

· Privacy-Preserving AI using Cryptography. 

· AI-Driven Threat Detection in Systems. 

· Explainable AI in Cryptography. 

· Blockchain and AI Integration for Secure Transactions. 

· Federated Learning for Secure Multiparty Computation. 

· Evolutionary Algorithms for Cryptographic Optimization.

· AI-based Side-Channel Attack Mitigation.

· Ethical and Social Implications of AI-Crypto Integration.

· Robustness of AI-Crypto Systems against Adversarial Attacks.

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