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This week we interview John Walicki and Animesh Singh from IBM and Trevor Riggen from the American Red Cross in part one of a three part series IBM Innovates. This episode was recorded live at the Linux Foundation Open Source Summit, August 28 to 31 in our hometown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. For comprehensive shownotes, complete bios of our guests and links mentioned in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.
Jameson Lopp is a Professional Cypherpunk, Infrastructure Engineer at Casa and Bitcoin Philosopher. Jameson enjoys building technology that empowers individuals and is interested in opportunities within the Bitcoin and crypto asset ecosystem. Graduating from the University of North Carolina with a degree in computer science, Jameson is passionate about sharing his expertise and technical knowledge of crypto assets, his philosophical approach to understanding the systems, and his opinion on the consensus of their participants. For comprehensive shownotes, a complete bio and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.
Dr. Richard Matthew Stallman is a software developer and software freedom activist. He worked at the Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT from 1971 to 1984, learning operating system development and wrote the first extensible Emacs text editor there in 1976. He also developed the AI technique of dependency-directed backtracking, known as truth maintenance. In 1983 Stallman announced the project to develop the GNU operating system, a Unix-like operating system meant to be entirely free software, and has been the leader of the project ever since. With that announcement he also launched the Free Read More
Yurii Rashkovskii is a Software Developer, Entrepreneur and Blockchain expert. Yurii is passionate about edge computing and creating free and open solutions that liberate us from vendor lock-ins. Yurii recently released SIT: Serverless Information Tracker and has been around Bitcoin and Blockchain since 2012. He previously co-founded two startups in the space, and is looking forward to participating in thoughtful initiatives and projects in the future. For comprehensive shownotes and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.
Cale Moodie is CEO and Director of Neptune DASH. Neptune DASH is the first public blockchain company that is entirely focused on the DASH eco-system and the first public company to exclusively own and operate masternode assets as a business. Fidelity investments is a major and supportive shareholder of Neptune DASH. For comprehensive shownotes and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.
Claire Gallant is a talented cryptoasset and blockchain technologies researcher, token designer and educator. She is a payment advisor for Payfirma, and a well-known community organizer and advocate for technology innovation as opportunities to establish new forms of value creation and social transformation. Claire is the Organizer of Women in Blockchain Vancouver, Organizer of the Gender Dynamics Speakers Series 2018 through Co[i]nfluence, and Organizer of the BC Blockchain Forum and the Spotlight on Women in Blockchain Roundtable. For comprehensive shownotes and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.