Sept. 18, 2023, 1:10 a.m. | Tariq Bontekoe, Dimka Karastoyanova, Fatih Turkmen

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Privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs), such as secure multi-party computation
(MPC) and homomorphic encryption (HE), are deployed increasingly often to
guarantee data confidentiality in computations over private, distributed data.
Similarly, we observe a steep increase in the adoption of zero-knowledge proofs
(ZKPs) to guarantee (public) verifiability of locally executed computations. We
project that applications that are data intensive and require strong privacy
guarantees, are also likely to require correctness guarantees. While the
combination of methods for (public) verifiability and privacy protection has …

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