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Verifiable Privacy-Preserving Computing: Conclusion & References

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This article had provided a thorough exploration of verifiable privacy-preserving computations, focusing on decentralized data scenarios and Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) like MPC and HE. It delves into the significance of public verifiability, analyzes solutions, and highlights challenges, pointing toward future research directions, including the need for post-quantum security and efficient publicly verifiable Homomorphic Encryption (HE) schemes.

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