About this episode
Software piracy is a large and growing problem. The methods used to combat it are becoming increasingly complex as technology evolves, costing software publishers and users billions of dollars each year. Dr Alan Litchfield from the Auckland University of Technology and Jeff Herbert from Cybercraft, New Zealand, have developed a new method to suppress software piracy called ReSOLV. In this video, learn more about their innovative software validation method, which is based on cryptocurrency blockchain technology.
Original Article Reference
Summary of the paper ‘Comprehensive Surface Characterization of Cellulose‑Based Tissues Using Sorption Techniques’, in Materials Circular Economy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42824-021-00034-2
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