Stanford Center of Legal Informatics is proud to present Using Cryptographic Techniques to Ensure Fair Randomness in Legal Processes with Henry Corrigan-Gibb
Sponsored by CodeX—The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics
In this talk, they will demonstrate that cryptographic protocols can yield effective methods for producing unbiased panel assignments, truly random tax audits, and verifiably random visa lottery results. We present the theory behind these protocols and sketch how the courts and other public institutions could apply them in practice. This talk is based on a joint work with Keith Winstein.
Lunch will be provided.