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Inspired by string theory, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle can be generalized to include the photon-electron gravitational interaction, which leads to the Generalized Uncertainty Principle (GUP). Although GUP considers gravitational uncertainty at the minimum fundamental length scale in physics, it does not consider the effects of spacetime curvature on quantum mechanical uncertainty relations. The Extended Uncertainty Principle (EUP) is a generalization of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle that, unlike the GUP, applies to large length scales. GEUP is also a linear combination of EUP and GUP that creates minimal uncertainty on large length scales. The Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet theory (EGB) can be considered as one of the most promising candidates for modified gravity. In this paper, by using GUP, EUP, and GEUP, we intend to obtain the Hawking temperature of a four-dimensional EGB black hole in the asymptotically flat and (Anti)-de Sitter spacetime. We show that coupling constant, cosmological constant, mass, and radius significantly affect Hawking temperature and decrease or increase Hawking temperature depending on the chosen horizons.
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