Ahmed Banafa Tech Expert

Ahmed Banafa is an expert in new tech with appearances on ABC, NBC , CBS, FOX TV and radio stations. He served as a professor, academic advisor and coordinator at well-known American universities and colleges. His researches are featured on Forbes, MIT Technology Review, ComputerWorld and Techonomy. He published over 100 articles about the internet of things, blockchain, artificial intelligence, cloud computing and big data. His research papers are used in many patents, numerous thesis and conferences. He is also a guest speaker at international technology conferences. He is the recipient of several awards, including Distinguished Tenured Staff Award, Instructor of the year and Certificate of Honor from the City and County of San Francisco. Ahmed studied cyber security at Harvard University. He is the author of the book: Secure and Smart Internet of Things Using Blockchain and AI

 
Quantum Teleportation: Facts and Myths

Quantum Teleportation: Facts and Myths

Quantum teleportation is a technique for transferring quantum information from a sender at one location to a receiver some distance away.

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Quantum Internet Explained

Quantum Internet Explained

Building a quantum internet is a key ambition for many countries around the world.

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How Blockchain Is Revolutionizing Crowdfunding

How Blockchain Is Revolutionizing Crowdfunding

According to experts, there are five key benefits of crowdfunding platforms: efficiency, reach, easier presentation, built-in PR and marketing, and near-immediate validation of concept, which explains why crowdfunding has become an extremely useful alternative to venture capital (VC), and has also allowed non-traditional projects, such as those started by in-need families or hopeful creatives, a new audience to pitch their cause.

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Blockchain Technology and Supply Chain Management

Blockchain Technology and Supply Chain Management

Managing today’s supply chains is extremely complex.

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What is Zero Trust Model (ZTM)?

What is Zero Trust Model (ZTM)?

The Zero Trust Model simplifies how information security is conceptualized by assuming there are no longer “trusted” interfaces, applications, traffic, networks, or users.

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