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The DLT Science Foundation recently hosted the 'Decentralised AI Roundtable'. This symposium, held in London with an online attendance option, merged the expertise of industry leaders and academic researchers, and presented a platform for a discussion and a series of presentations about Decentralised AI and its emerging applications.
The DLT Science Foundation hosted a workshop in Puerto Rico in collaboration with Evolving Space, where experts delved into the multifaceted world of blockchain technology, unpacking its complexities and potential impacts across various sectors.
The DLT Science Foundation hosted a Metaverse panel discussion that brought together experts from various fields to explore the evolving landscape of education in the metaverse. This virtual environment, powered by emerging technologies like AI and blockchain, presents a new frontier for learning and teaching. However, it raises crucial questions about integrating digital and physical realities in education.
The DSF recently hosted a brownbag seminar at the University College London, featuring presentations from key figures in the DLT space.
This DLT Science Foundation Innovation seminar will take place at UCL in London and will feature a prominent researcher in the blockchain and crypto space coming together to share about their latest work. The DSF Innovation Seminar Series is a platform for industry fellows, researchers and anyone working on blockchain applications to present their ideas and connect with potential collaborators and professionals.
The recent event hosted by the DLT Science Foundation (DSF) unveiled diverse discussions and projects that reflect the innovative spirit at the intersection of blockchain technology, education, and societal improvement.
Aiming to boost the inclusivity of Hedera documentation, this initiative, backed by DLT Science Foundation and in collaboration with Swirlds Labs, targets 42.9% of global speakers. We're starting with Spanish, French, and Simplified Chinese translations. Key documents are up for translation, with special attention to code terms in English and video tutorial annotations.