The countries with authoritarian regimes practice using numerous tools to watch over everyday activities of their citizens. New technological tools such as Blockchain, Bitcoin and cryptocurrency can help protect human rights in such countries.
The cryptocurrency market has shown itself as one of the most volatile markets in the world. Bitcoin and altcoin price daily fluctuations sometimes vary from 4% to 40%. Most of the traders have to struggle with such a high volatility level and keep on earning instead of losing.
In Kenya, IBM is working to create a blockchain-based microfinance system aimed at food vendors. By tracking sales operations using mobile phone devices and using artificial intelligence to create a credit scoring system, the platform allows microfinance for minute commerce.
Technology experts predict airports entrusted to disruptive tools including blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), will manage passengers actions, digital identities, and speed up the steps involved in security checks and check-ins.
Artificial Intelligence or simply AI has been at the forefront of the latest advancements made by mankind. AI is indeed a revolutionary breakthrough of computer science, set to become a core component of all modern software over the coming decades.
The Italian Society of Authors and Publishers (SIAE) obtains the first place in the ministry of economic development (MiSE) rankings with a project dubbed "Copyright management on 5G networks with Blockchain." The ministry is trying to fund and support disruptive technologies including smart contracts, DLT, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT).
Innovation and digitization through futuristic technologies including blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and cryptocurrency, must be part of a structural reform of the state that promotes democracy, equality, ethics, justice, and development focused on respect for human beings and the world.