Zero-knowledge proof - Complexity Explorers #5
Let’s meet and learn on Zero-knowledge proofs, a method of proving that you possess some information without revealing it.
This time the topic will be explained by our guest expert: Ariel Gabizon (https://sites.google.com/site/arielgabizon1/).
Ariel is a professional in the field of applied mathematics in tech companies. After obtaining a PhD in Computer Science, Ariel conducted several years of post-doc research, followed by work on zero-knowledge protocol in ZCash company, now at ProtocolLabs.
Some introductory from Computerphile www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUs1bH85X9I might be helpful. Also, from business realm, Alessandro Chiesa speech during MIT Technology Review:
And because our group reaches to connections with Philosophy, we aim to follow up with discussion and listen to comments on the nature of Knowledge.
The event is part of Complexity Explorers Kraków group that is set up for learning and discussing anything related to an intersection of Philosophy and Computer Science.
The event is Free.
Please register your attendance at
The meetup will be lead by Marcin Stepien (https://www.twitter.com/marcinstepien)
Agenda: Discuss, watch videos, plan the next meetings.
Goal: learn & have fun
Do you keep your favorite discovery, video, whitepaper or quote on the subject? Please, bring it to the meeting!