Blockchain For Scientists Takes On Elsevier, The Business The Internet Couldn't Kill

Could blockchain be what brings science’s untouchable publishing giants down? Anita Schjøll Brede, cofounder and CEO at Iris.AI—one of Europe’s hottest artificial intelligence companies—hopes so. She explains how Project Aiur works at CogX AI festival, part of London Tech Week.

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