Mental Profiling Technique, Authentication, Artificial Intelligence, Learning machine systems, Siamese Networks, Cognitive biometrics.


Cognitive Science | Computer and Systems Architecture | Computer Engineering | Engineering


A new approach to user authentication using mental profiling saw light, which is a technique that involves measuring an individual's cognitive abilities and psychological traits to create a unique profile, using Artificial Intelligence techniques. These profiles can then be used to identify users securely and efficiently, even in the presence of sophisticated attacks, by harnessing AI-driven systems for mental profile creation and user authentication.

After reviewing the existing literature on authentication and mental profiling, it presents a new mental profiling test that is specifically designed for authentication purposes. The test was evaluated on a sample of 100 users, and results showed that it is able to accurately identify users with a high degree of confidence.

Mental profiling opens doors to deeper insights into the cognitive and psychological factors that make each individual unique, paving the way for interventions that can enhance human performance and well-being with the usage of Artificial Intelligence tools.

Author ORCID Identifier

- Nawaf Mazloum www.orcid.org/0009-0001-1688-3675

-Charles Anosike www.orcid.org/0000-0002-0132-9401





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