In this week’s episode, Anna revisits the topic of FHE with Rand Hindi, CEO at Zama. FHE stands for Fully Homomorphic Encryption, a cryptosystem that allows for computation to occur on encrypted inputs.
They discuss the FHE landscape, what specific use cases it is ideal for, where the technology is at and how FHE differs from MPC and ZK. They also explore some of the nuances of the different types of approaches to FHE to achieve this cryptographic environment where one can do computation in a truly private manner.
Here are some additional links for this episode:
- Episode 124: Exploring FHE with Flavio Bergamaschi from IBM Research
- Definition of FHE
- A public key cryptosystem and a signature scheme based on discrete logarithms: Elgamal Scheme
- Pascal Paillier
- FHE.org Discord
- TFHE GitHub
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