Blockchain & The Future of Credibility

Join us for Arizona State Capitol Science Café:
Blockchain & The Future of Credibility
Monday, February 25, 2019

Arizona House of Representatives
1700 W Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Cactus Wren Room #1 (Basement)
11:30AM-1PM

Please join our panel of technologists for a casual Q&A session on the past, present and future of Blockchain technology--digital information (the “block”) stored in a public database (the “chain”). We’ll discuss current projects that use blockchain technology to ensure security and privacy as well as highlight local peer-to-peer network projects including The Phoenix Project.

Our Panelists:

ElioGrieco, Board Member, Arizona Cyber Warfare Range, a live fire cyber warfare range created to augment the current cyber security resources in Arizona and drive innovation in cyber security techniques, technologies, and training across the United States; CoFounder, NumaSolutions; Vice President, ProLoris

Melissa P Armas, Founder & CEO of the Arizona Blockchain Initiative, a Tech-Ed Nonprofit focused on the social impact of decentralized technology, empowering communities by delivering access to knowledge and opportunities.

JayCarpenter, Founder, Desert Blockchain, providing opportunities to Arizona residents to learn, create and connect with others interested in blockchain technology. Sponsor of the Decentralized Web Games.

This event is produced in association with Representative Mitzi Epstein by RealTimeSTEAM, an Arizona Nonprofit, specializing in producing popular science programming for the public including conferences, pop culture events, gallery installations and speaker sourcing.

State Capitol Science Café
Monday, February 25, 2019

Arizona State Capitol Science Café:
Blockchain & The Future of Credibility

 

Arizona State Capitol Science Café: 5G and the Future of Connectivity, March 15, 2018

Please join us for Arizona State Capitol Science Café: 5G and the Future of Connectivity.

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Arizona House of Representatives
Conference Room 035/038 (Basement)
8-9AM

Please join our panel of scientists, researchers and engineers for a casual Q&A session to discuss 5G mobile technology. The Fifth Generation (5G) wireless technology, with a bandwidth between 100 and 1,000 times greater than the current 4G network, is expected to be tested this year to address the future needs of the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D TV, Smart Cars and eHealth. Regulatory issues with this “unbreakable” connectivity have yet to be addressed.

This event is produced in association with Representative Mitzi Epstein by RealTimeSTEAM, an Arizona Nonprofit, specializing in producing popular science programming for the public including conferences, pop culture events, gallery installations and speaker sourcing.