The technology company Sony has announced that they will use blockchain empowered management system that will help them issue test results digitally.
The technology company Sony has announced that they will use blockchain empowered learning history management system that will help them issue test results digitally.
In a press statement, the company wrote that they plan to use the system, which is in prototype stage for one of its global online educational projects – The Global Math Challenge. Specifically, the service will be utilized to assess results from the 5th Global Math Challenge. The latter is taking place from December 1 to December 10. Participants could test their skills against other math fans coming from all over the world.
The Global Math Challenge is one of Sony Global Education`s initiatives. These projects aim to enhance literacy in fields like mathematics, science, technology, and engineering. The company will hold the competition to reach students in different schools and organizations that are spread around the world.
“Great brainteasers in this contest will excite & fascinate math lovers both young and old. Enjoy competing with math fans all over the world, from the USA to Japan, China and beyond!“, as Sony claims.
One of the co-sponsors is the Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning, an institution that trains educators.
For more information about the event, its mission and how to sign in, please visit their official website.
The event is worth following as it contributes to inspiring students to show their math skills. It is interesting to see how blockchain technology will be used to assess the results of the competition. Hopefully, the technology will meet the expectations and make the process more transparent and efficient.