Ocean Protocol announces the winning projects of Data Economy Challenge - datatokens edition
The community-driven development challenge boasted four top prize winners along with ten winners of sponsored and special bonus prizes
AllianceBlock Partners With Ocean Protocol To Enhance Compliance In Decentralized Capital Markets
Ocean Protocol launches Datatokens & Ocean Market to Connect the Data Economy to Web3 & DeFi Infrastructure
Travala.com Partners with Ocean Protocol to Integrate OCEAN
Ocean Protocol and Balancer Labs Partner for The First AMM-Based Data Market
Ocean Protocol, Energy Web Announce Collaboration to Unlock IoT Energy Data
Worldwide Blockchain and AI communities team up to produce over 100 potential solutions to aide coronavirus pandemic
Ocean Protocol delivers Proof-of-Concept for Daimler AG in collaboration with Daimler South East Asia
Ocean Protocol launches Compute-to-Data
DAIA launches #COVIDathon, the first Decentralized AI hackathon to support the medical community with solutions against COVID-19
Ocean Protocol and Zühlke team up to push an Open Data Economy for Healthcare
dexFreight and Ocean Protocol Partner to Enable Transportation and Logistics Companies To Monetize Data
Bruce Pon is the Founder of BigchainDB and Ocean Protocol, blockchain startups focused on bringing data and AI together since 2013. Previously, Bruce co-founded Avantalion, a consulting firm that helped to build 20 banks around the globe for companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Mitsubishi & Jaguar LandRover.
He has an Advanced Executive Certificate from MITSloan, a B.Sc in Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and has given guest lectures at Oxford, MIT Media Lab, Columbia University and the European School of Management & Technology.
In addition to being in the 2020 full-length documentary Cryptopia, Bruce was featured in Oxford University and Saïd Business School’s online Blockchain course as a guest expert.
Trent McConaghy is a founder of Ocean Protocol. While still an undergraduate in the mid 1990s, he did AI research for national defense.
His first startup, ADA, focused on AI for circuit design. Synopsys acquired ADA in 2004. He then did a PhD at KU Leuven on creative AI, which was awarded #1 thesis worldwide in the field.
His second startup, Solido, used AI to help drive Moore's Law. Now, Solido is broadly used for modern chip design, from Apple to Nvidia to Sony. Siemens acquired Solido in 2017.
Trent wrote two critically acclaimed books on AI and circuit design. He’s written over 50 peer-reviewed papers and patents. More recently, he’s written groundbreaking essays on Token Engineering, decentralized autonomous AI, and Web3 business models. He has given invited talks at the UN, European Commission, Stanford, MIT, Berkeley, TedX, Jet Propulsion Lab, Santa Fe Institute, and more. He advises governments on AI and blockchain.