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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Towards a TRUSTLESS Computing Certification Proposal v. 2.0

Today, we’ve invited selected speakers of the Free and Safe in Cyberspace event series, or a selected advisors of the TRUSTLESS Computing Initiative to join a tight-knit group of 5-9 people to devote 4-10

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