An open call to join our Trustless Computing revolution!

The Trustless Computing Initiative has launched new activities to realize its vision, and is looking for talented and driven individuals and entities to contribute and join up! Here’s the current roadmap of the 7

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How to prevent malevolent and dangerous AI through standards and legislations, and in turn promote AI-driven economic development

Roman Yampolskiy and Federico Pistono recently wrote a paper entitled Unethical Research: How to Create a Malevolent Artificial Intelligence, which poses the questions of powerful actors intentionally creating malevolent

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Proposte al Comune di Roma: come trasformare la piena e responsabile adozione della partecipazione elettronica in opportunità di sviluppo economico

Egregio Sindaco di Roma, Gentile Virginia Raggi, Congratulazioni! Come Associazione Open Media Cluster, ente non-profit romano centrato sulla sicurezza informatica e partecipazione elettronica, forniamo a lei

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Trustless Computing Initiative R&D proposals submitted to H2020 DS-01 RIA and CSA Calls

On April 12th 2016, we submitted two groundbreaking public R&D proposals together with amazing partners and advisors endowed with globally-rare expertizes and assets in open high-assurance IT throughout the entire IT

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What is the current market demand for certifications of narrow AI systems with direct influence on human physical environments?!

(This post originally appeared on March 3rd on www.free-and-safe.org) The creation of radically competent, enforceable and accountable standardization and certification processes for those narrow AI systems

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If backdoors are already everywhere, and we can’t just trust FBI nor Apple with them, why not an offline citizen-jury-based third party?!

There was a great blog post Feb 16th on Forbes by Prof. Villasenor on the Apple vs FBI public “spat”, or whatever it really was, titled If Apple

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Presentation of the Trustless Computing Certification Proposal to the EU Parliament LIBE Committee Secretariat and to the European Data Protection Supervisor

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Today, February 10th 2016, we are in Bruxelles, invited for a presentation of policy implications and proposals of our Trustless Computing Certification Campaign in two 1.5 hours meetings

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