Laurent Henocque

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Trust 3.0

Cette catégorie explore le futur d'un web de confiance dans les données

This category explores the future of a web of trusted data

Cette catégorie explore le futur d'un web de confiance dans les données

This category explores the future of a web of trusted data

Addressing the content chaos with KeeeX

This post highlights the unique contribution of KeeeX to solving the content chaos issue, hence materializing the tremendous ROI and productivity that can be expected from eliminating its consequences, know as the knowledge work deficit. This can be

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On Trusted Collaboration

When collaboration involves sharing or sending documents, many unpleasant situations may arise, even between trusted, non evil participants: I think I send the correct file, but I am wrong I send the correct file but the recipient mistakenly edits

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Of Semantics and Trust

The semantic web offers the promise of a possibly fully automated web of data. What does it take to allow for automating data based agent interactions at web scale? Logic? Trust? Digital Signatures? At what level? The semantic web stack places trust

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Timestamping on Blockchains using payment addresses

It is commonly considered to use transactions over the Bitcoin ledger to implement timestamping. The core idea is to attach data to a transaction, in a form accepted by the network (e.g. OP_Return), or encoded in the transaction details (amounts paid for instance). Do we need this?

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The foundation of Trust 3.0, and how this could influence the internet

Trust 3.0 presents a framework for dealing with trusted data, where search is exact, where documents are verified, and can be opened using their usual tools, with immense applications to data management and the internet.

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