In this week’s episode, Anna catches up with Tarun, Guillermo and Brendan at DevConnect Amsterdam to cover a range of interesting and random topics like how blockchain and AI thinking differs, where it could intersect and how ZK tech could be implemented, how science could benefit from more adversarial testing, why peer review is broken, math theory, takeaways from DevConnect and more!
Here are some links for this episode:
- DevConnet AMS 2022
- zkSummit 7 in Amsterdam
- zkSummit 7 Talk Videos | YouTube Playlist
- Einstein Notation | Wikipedia
- Wordcels vs. Shape Rotators, Explained
- Diplomacy game
- P-Value Explained
- What is measure theory?
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