Tuesday, October 15

Formula Drone at UCLA will race its drone against eight other teams in the fall for the chance to win over $1 million. The competition, sponsored by government contractor Lockheed Martin, aims to push forward technology combing unmanned aircraft and artificial intelligence. (Courtesy of Formula Drone at UCLA)
Formula Drone at UCLA will race its drone against eight other teams in the fall for the chance to win over $1 million. The competition, sponsored by government contractor Lockheed Martin, aims to push forward technology combing unmanned aircraft and artificial intelligence. (Courtesy of Formula Drone at UCLA)

A tree that fell on the corner of Veteran and Levering avenues damaged two cars and prevented traffic from passing. (Grace Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)
A tree that fell on the corner of Veteran and Levering avenues damaged two cars and prevented traffic from passing. (Grace Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Qirui Wu/Daily Bruin)
(Qirui Wu/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)
(Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

Students can now use their meal plan swipes to get kosher food at Hillel at UCLA’s dining facility. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)
Students can now use their meal plan swipes to get kosher food at Hillel at UCLA’s dining facility. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Joseph Lubin, who helped found the blockchain technology Ethereum, talked about the potential applications of the technology to over 60 students at an event hosted by Blockchain at UCLA, a student group on campus. (Eda Gogkebay/Daily Bruin)

Blockchain technology co-founder discusses its potential applications

The co-founder of a blockchain-based network told students via video chat Wednesday that the network can change the way businesses and governments operate. Joseph Lubin, who helped found the blockchain technology Ethereum, talked about the potential applications of the technology to over 60 students at an event hosted by Blockchain at UCLA, a student group on campus. Read more...

Joseph Lubin, who helped found the blockchain technology Ethereum, talked about the potential applications of the technology to over 60 students at an event hosted by Blockchain at UCLA, a student group on campus. (Eda Gogkebay/Daily Bruin)