Smart contracts (blockchains, distributed ledgers) and rights management broadly construed are the themes of today's Spotlight Applications. We usually quote the Abstract but here we thought an excerpt from the specification was more descriptive of the first application assigned to Aquit (GB) that discloses techniques for quantum-safe networking. Assigned to Fortior Blockchain, the second application discloses techniques for integrated heterogenous smart contracts using artificial intelligence and associated methodologies for transactions on blockchains.
20230020193, “Quantum-safe networking,” assigned to Arqit Limited (GB)
The present disclosure provides systems, apparatus, mechanisms, methods and process(es) for combining a security layer via a QKD network with a data distribution layer for storing and distributing data or data items via a repository or storage management system based on distributed ledger technology, shared ledger technology, cloud storage technologies, and/or centralised storage technologies for providing a quantum-safe or quantum resistant set of services, applications and use cases for a plurality of different types of users (e.g. customers, consumers, large organisations or corporation) in relation to verification, authenticity, authentication, value transfer, privacy, secure storage and/or secure communication capabilities.
20230014140 , “Smart contract system using artificial intelligence,” assigned to Fortior Blockchain, LLLP
The invention is integrated heterogenous smart contracts using artificial intelligence and associated methodologies for transactions on blockchains. Embodiments of the invention are comprised of three elements. First, a user provides data through an online interface. Second, an artificial intelligence computer program processes the data to automatically preprocess and store the data in a centralized database. Third, a second artificial intelligence program interacts between the database and a blockchain to control smart contract processing.