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Ashish Gadnis Blockchain in 3rd world Countries

Imagine life as one of 2.7 billion people worldwide who live in poverty. You have no identification documents, no credit, no business network, and are “unbankable.” You work and you survive with no economic identity, traceability, or support network: Small farmers, women entrepreneurs in villages, refugees living in extreme poverty—all ...
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Tech Innovators The Year of the Woman

  On April 23rd, the Women Transforming Technology consortium (wt2) will host its Fourth Annual Conference in Palo Alto. The event will feature inspiring role models and thought-leaders from the Silicon Valley tech industry. The theme of this year’s conference will be “Inclusive Innovators” who are “committed to building a ...
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Doctor Blockchain Interview with Vickie Lemieux

  Vicki Lemieux is an associate professor of archival science at the iSchool and lead of the Blockchain research cluster at the University of British Columbia –Canada’s largest and most diverse research cluster devoted to blockchain technology. Her current research is focused on risk to the availability of trustworthy records, ...
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An Interview with Jason R. Baron

Of Counsel to the Information Governance and eDiscovery Group at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Mr. Baron’s career has included serving as lead trial counsel for the Justice Department in landmark litigation involving the preservation of White House emails, and being appointed as the first Director of Litigation at the ...
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An Interview with Nickolas Rhodes

Content Packing Pioneer For over 25 years Nickolas Rhodes has been part of senior management for several successful start-up and early-stage companies in programming content and video technology. In launching and building these businesses, he was a strategist for the acquisition of $225 million in committed equity and an operating ...
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