Proofs Without Evidence: Assurance on the Blockchain and Other Applications


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Zero-Knowledge proofs are a privacy enhancing technology that enable one entity to demonstrate to another that they hold some secret information which shows that a given statement is true. This panel brings together leading experts to discuss the latest applications of this technology. Ranging from ZK roll-ups on the blockchain through to proving the existence of secret bugs in a program.


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Dan Boneh

Moderator

Professor, Stanford University

Dave Archer

Panelist

Principal Scientist, Galois Inc.

Riad Wahby

Panelist

Faculty, Carnegie Mellon University

Privacy Technology Infrastructure & Operations

cryptography encryption strategy & trends software code vulnerability analysis secure payments & cryptocurrencies blockchain & distributed ledger


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