Stephanie So is an economist, policy analyst and co-founder of Geeq, a blockchain security company. Throughout her career, she has applied technology within her specialist disciplines. In 2001, she was the first to use machine learning on social science data at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. More recently, she researched the use of distributed networking processes in healthcare and patient safety in her role as a senior lecturer at Vanderbilt University. Stephanie is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Rochester.
Blockchain technology won’t just make online donations easier, it will pave the way for exciting new forms of charity fundraising.
Digitizing charity: We can do better at doing good
A more lightweight, smarter blockchain would certainly have a smaller-size environmental footprint, and that is the goal.
Green blockchain should work smarter, not harder