a.i & blockchain

microsoft wants to fight piracy by using the ethereum blockchain

Microsoft is looking to use the ethereum blockchain to combat digital piracy. the company is exploring a new system named argus, which it dubbed as the “first public anti-piracy system” in its white paper published last week. It laid out the design, implementation, and evaluation of the new system.

microsoft and chinese e-commerce behemoth alibaba have released a paper detailing their plans for a cloud computing system. the 11-page document was published by carnegie mellon university in pittsburgh, on thursday. microsoft is working with carnegie mellon to develop the technology. microsoft has announced a new system to fight digital piracy. argus will allow users to remain anonymous while reporting pirated content. the company says it will run on a public blockchain, unlike the e-tokens known for high transaction fees. microsoft hopes the move will make anti-piracy efforts more effective.

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