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In today’s rapidly evolving digital world, data is fundamental to innovation. However, rapid progress driven by data also brings significant challenges. These include protecting user privacy, preventing misuse of personal information, and the constant risk of data breaches. Additionally, interconnected digital networks have increased concerns about misinformation and fake news, impacting informed decision-making and societal trust.

To address these pressing issues, INATBA’s AI & Blockchain Convergences Task Force in collaboration with the EBA (European Blockchain Association) has published a comprehensive report that explores the intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchain technologies. This groundbreaking report sheds light on how these two transformative technologies can work together to tackle some of the most significant challenges of our time.

Key highlights from the report:

This report explores how AI and blockchain technologies can converge to redefine industries and societal norms, from decentralized finance to healthcare. It examines their role in enabling data economies and enhancing digital interactions, covering topics like AI-driven trading strategies and digital twins. The report also addresses challenges in data sharing and proposes solutions for improved data integrity and consent management. By fostering an ethical framework and global collaboration, it advocates for an integrated approach to drive a sustainable, equitable, and technologically empowered future.

A big thanks goes out to the authors and contributors of the report:


  • Mariana de la Roche (Validvent – INATBA- tBt)
  • Erwin Voloder (European Blockchain Association)



  • Ankur Banerjee (Cheqd)
  • Clara Guerra (Stabsstelle Finanzplatz Innovation & Digitalisierung – Office for Financial Market Innovation)
  • Dino Cataldo Dell’Accio (UNJSPF)
  • Fabio Budris (Government of Buenos Aires)
  • Gladstone M. Arantes Jr (BNDES)
  • Javed Khattak (Cheqd)
  • Kai-Ti Wu (Humboldt Universität)
  • Laura Kajtazi (Validvent)
  • Paolo Giudici (University of Pavia)
  • Stefania Tonutti (Vechain)
  • Tan Gürpinar (Quinnipiac University)
  • Tomaz Sedej (Hyperledger Foundation, Copenhagen Business School)


To read more about the works of the AI & Blockchain Convergences Task Force visit their webpage.


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