The Trustless Computing Association - the non-profit organization from we at TRUSTLESS.AI spun-off in 2017 - hosted its 5th Edition of our Free and Safe in Cyberspace conference on May 4th 2018 in Berlin.
Speakers included IT security, blockchain and GDPR experts, and digital civil rights activists, as well as current and former top cybersecurity officials of Deutsche Telekom Labs, the Austrian CIO, the German Armed Forces, Germany Ministry of Interior, and European Defence Agency.
As for its previous 4 editions, participated by amazing speakers, the event hosted centered on discussing and widening a consensus around solutions to the challenge that we have been tackling with TRUSTLESS.AI offering:
(A) Can we create a new IT and AI security certification body - and compliant open systems - that radically exceed the security state-of-the-art? and
(B) If so, can we do so while at once increasing public safety and preserving legitimate and constitutional lawful access capabilities?
During the event, Rufo Guerreschi, - Executive Director of Trustless Computing Association and CEO of TRUSTLESS.AI - will present the just-published Position Paper - Case for a Trustless Computing Certification Body (pdf), which will describe and argue in detail about a proposed joint solution to the Challenge A and B described above.