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Marconi Society Blog: Securing Blockchain and The Applications of the Future

A new discussion on the Marconi Society Blog: 

Securing Blockchain and The Applications of the Future

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Blockchain

From the first work conducted by Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta in 1991 to its entry into the popular lexicon in 2014, blockchain has grown into a young distributed database technology that has the potential to secure and improve transactions from medical records to food delivery to our own personal identity.

As is the case with many new, life-changing technologies, a Marconi Society Young Scholar has a leadership role in defining and applying the new rules. Salman Baset, CTO Security for IBM Blockchain Solutions, was recognized as a Young Scholar in 2008 and has been doing amazing work ever since.


Read more on the Marconi Society Blog

A Short Theory of Failure: a new paper by Giovanni Corazza

A Short Theory of Failure

A paper by Julia Von Thienen, Christoph Meinel, and Giovanni Emanuele Corazza

published on Electronic Colloquium on Design Thinking Research

 

Failures are a key concept in design thinking. They are discussed as a resource for learning, whereas fear of fail- ure would be a major block to creative activity. We attempt to clarify the term by reconstructing “failures” as “incon- clusive outcomes” in the Dynamic Creativity Framework. This includes a definition of key terms, the specification of hypotheses, a brief consideration of empirical evidence and discussion of practical implications. 

Click here to download the paper

 

von Thienen, J., Meinel, C, & Corazza G.E. (2017). A short theory of failure. Electronic Colloquium on Design Thinking Research, 17, 1-5.

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