Torje Sunde talked to CoinGeek Backstage about a paper he co-authored with Dr. Craig Wright that combines public blockchains with modern accounting to curb fraud.
The two-day Triple Entry Accounting Conference in Malta from November 10-11 saw experts present seven academic papers tackling emerging technologies and their relation to accounting.
The Biden administration's new standards will force AI system developers to report to the federal government on their progress, and introduce standards for testing before public release.
As humans, we tend to overrate our creations, and with AI, we think that technology can understand us at a human level, but it can’t yet, Konstantinos Sgantzos tells CoinGeek Backstage.
The IEEE COINS in Berlin gathers key personalities in the blockchain and Web3 space for a series of discussions revolving around the intersection between emerging technologies.
In an interview with CoinGeek, Ian Grigg explains how Triple Entry Accounting enhances the centuries-old methods of double-entry bookkeeping by introducing a third ledger.
Participants are being encouraged to submit proposals for the TEA Conference in Malta on November 10-11 on topics covering blockchain, AI, ESG, and tokenization, among others.
"Artificial Intelligence" is probably one of the most hyped buzzwords in the technology industry. What does it really mean? Researcher Konstantinos Sgantzos helps clear it up in The Bitcoin Bridge.
A panel at the CoinGeek Zurich Conference shared valuable insights about artificial intelligence (AI), artificial general intelligence (AGI), and how researchers can use the blockchain to further this field.