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From Zug to Davos: A whirlwind week in Switzerland

In January, team members from VIA traveled to Switzerland to meet with government, energy, and auto industry leaders. Not to mention, CEO Colin Gounden, participated on an AI and blockchain panel alongside senior executives from UBS and Accenture in Davos.

Fast and Curious 6: AI Edition

Fast and Curious is back with the sixth installment of your favorite blog series. This time, we are bringing you all things AI.

Maj. Gen. Kim Crider (ret.) joined VIA for a chat about data, AI, and enterprise innovation for VIA Visionaries interview series

Major General Kim Crider (ret.), the former Chief Data Officer for the United States Air Force and Chief Technology Innovation Officer for the United States Space Force, joined us for the latest VIA Visionaries live stream event. The chat covered the challenges and opportunities with today’s tremendous amount of data, the inspirational projects at Maj. Gen. Crider’s current company, Elara Nova, and things to look forward to in the AI space in 2024 and beyond.

Ann Davlin, Partnership Development & Commercialization at Constellation sat down with VIA for a conversation about the future of sustainability and climate solutions for VIA Visionaries interview series

Ann Davlin, Partnership Development & Commercialization at Constellation, the largest producer of clean, carbon-free energy in the U.S., stopped by VIA’s HQ for an excellent chat with VIA’s CEO, Colin Gounden. The two talked about Ann’s experience in the Office of the Secretary of Defense in Environmental Security, her role at Constellation, and trends in hydrogen today.

Fast and Curious 5: ZKPs Done Right

In the fifth and final installment of our summer learning series, we talk about zero-knowledge proofs and how they can be done right in just three ways.

Testing decentralized storage speed

If you’re Web3 savvy, you’ll have followed the rise of decentralized storage. In part one of a two-part series, we test whether decentralized storage is really faster than centralized storage?