Collaborations that require information sharing and mutual trust between companies, suppliers, and clients can be tough, particularly in the remote era. But blockchain’s distributed ledger – and its use of smart contracts – can simplify the process, creating a common, reliable record of transactions and avoiding costly disputes. In doing
Blockchain has been one of the most talked-about tech trends of the last few years. As with many other trends that were important before the pandemic hit, it didn’t make as many headlines in 2021 as it has done previously. But development has been ongoing and the year saw continued
To open Millennium’s Transformation CMO Assembly, Eve Mayer, CMO at Splash Media moderates a great panel: Evan Jones, CMO at Fender; Bruce Hershey, VP of Marketing at Tailored Brands; Tracy Robertson, VP of Customer Experience at Kimberly Clark; and Fanette Singer, SVP of Marketing at Country Financial to discuss a
Prof. Shoucheng Zhang discusses three pillars of information technology: quantum computing, AI, and blockchain. He presents the fundamentals of crypto-economic science and answers questions such as: What is the intrinsic value of a medium of exchange? What is the value of consensus and how does it emerge? How can math
Imagine a hospital in rural Texas can have the same AI capabilities as a research hospital in New York City running cutting edge AI to help with the diagnosis while preserving patient privacy. This is the new world of collective learning. Collective learning is an application of deep learning algorithms
By definition, blockchain technology cuts out middlemen. In relying on networks of users and collective trust, it reduces the need for centralized networks and data storage. This trait made blockchain-powered currencies popular on shadowy parts of the internet, but it has the potential to do something more revolutionary than obscure
Blockchain technology promises to revolutionize many aspects of how we do business and, if you believe the blockchain hype (of which there is plenty), may even be as disruptive as the internet was before it. Despite this, practical, real-world examples of blockchain technology can be a little thin on the
The 2008 financial crisis spread distrust in banks and sped up the acceptance of new kinds of money. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin now promise to provide transparent, democratic alternatives. Startups in the Philippines are disrupting old structures.
On the week of July 15, 2019, Facebook met in front of a US congressional committee to discuss the tech giant’s ambitious plans of creating a global digital currency named Libra. At the hearing, US congressional staff probed Libra executives as well as notable cryptocurrency experts on the project’s intentions
Master data is easily one of the most critical assets that a business possesses. With continuous digitization and the advent of the fourth industrial revolution, the value of master data and the importance of master data management are only going to grow.