It seems the missing piece in fully blockchainizing and decentralizing food supply is the same hindrance for decentralizing most industries: quality control.
Social media is evolving, shifting from a parasitic business model where third parties sell data that isn’t even theirs, to one where users have more choices—and more control.
SpaceBelt, a global satellite network for securing highly sensitive data in space, aims to build the information ultra-highway and eradicate hacking threats by taking data storage up into a terrain completely untested by today’s hackers.
Recently, there have been two main terms being thrown around that are slowly seeping into the blockchain industry: edge computing and fog computing.
In this week’s Blockchain Future Friday, BranchMed CEO Hayk Vasilyan talks about stopping epidemics using blockchain tech and enormous data that will start to literally “shoot to the Moon.”
Is the possibility of a network of decentralised “factories” a threat to the traditional mass-production factories that have persevered for decades since the Industrial Revolution?
This post is a further exploration from last week’s topic, which explores the possibility of decentralized intelligence replacing governments. Here, we focus on higher level AI potentials in conjunction with blockchain technology.
It didn’t take long before technologists decided to combine artificial intelligence (AI) with blockchain technology.