The South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Communications intends to examine whether or not to allow regulatory sandboxes related to blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based overseas remittances after the National Assembly Act (Special Act) on the reporting and use of certain financial transaction information passes the National Assembly.
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.
As the world continues to shift from analogue to digital, people have started to go for new innovations that are still unexploited. Now, the health science students from the University of New Haven are trying to explore blockchain technology to solve industry problems. Scientists are working with a giant healthcare firm to test how distributed ledger technology (DLT) could play a significant role to address challenges that are currently hitting the healthcare sector.
Georgia has concluded a new partnership with engineering firm IOHK to turn the country into a blockchain hub. The Memorandum of Understanding was made on June 17, and will make the county’s Ministry of Sports, Science & Education apply a variety of 3G blockchain-supported initiatives.
Imagine a company with no board members, CEO or CFO’s. A company that’s run by an automated network, gathering ideas and proposals of all its employees, stakeholders, and community members. A company that gives everyone a say in its future direction, and that actively promotes the collaboration of the commons. Science fiction or science fact? Well, let’s take a look at what NavCoin 's community has created!
The two groups of high-level experts selected by the Italian government first met at the Ministry of Economic Development to explain two major national strategies in the sectors of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence (AI). The next meeting is scheduled for Fri Feb 8, Agora Vox reports.
In its 10 years of operation, Bitcoin has registered high demand and adoption by institutions, businesses, hotels, countries and many other entities. Now, the Great Lakes Science Center, a giant museum and educational complex in Cleveland, Ohio, has officially declared that it will start accepting Bitcoin (BTC) as a payment method from Tuesday, November 13, 2018. The institution will use BitPay when processing transactions.
Over the last year, cases of blockchain adoption in the life science sector nearly tripled. A survey shows that a lot of companies involved in the life science sector are currently using or have started to experiment with the fintech.