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How Blockchain Technology Could Track and Trace Food From Farm to Fork

How Blockchain Technology Could Track and Trace Food From Farm to Fork

Determining the source of food contamination can be challenging due to the many players of the supply chain using their own private record-keeping system. IEEE is exploring how blockchain can track the source of an outbreak by using a distributed ledger that is monitored and verified.

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Ensuring Better Insurance with a Blockchain Framework

Ensuring Better Insurance with a Blockchain Framework

Insurance claims and other insurance processes could become faster and more secure with a new blockchain framework created by researchers from Nanyang Technological University and the Indian Statistical Institute. It can be used for completing contracts, storing the results, controling access, and user authentication.

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Hack-Resistant Blockchain Could Be the Solution to AV Security Challenges

Hack-Resistant Blockchain Could Be the Solution to AV Security Challenges

As automation in vehicles continues to grow, addressing new challenges concerning data security in autonomous vehicles (AVs) is vital. How will the massive amount of data created by AVs be processed, stored, and protected? Could the tamper-resistant nature of blockchain make it an ideal solution?

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