Last year, 95% of companies across different industries were investing in blockchain tech projects. In 2019, those pilot projects are finally moving from the test stage to the end users. Goldman Sachs, a former vocal skeptic of the blockchain, has launched a crypto-investing product for their clients in the end of last year. Beyond investing and finance, major blockchain projects have been released in several other industries including cybersecurity, healthcare and agriculture.
Blockchain and AI are transforming the Internet. But what role is there for Blockchain and AI in the enterprise? Find out why companies are adopting emerging technologies
In order to build the digital economy, India will need to determine a fit-for-purpose regulation especially in privacy, consumer protection, intellectual property and financial regulation.
Despite regulatory hurdles, 2019 could be the year of 'blockchain' in India. Let's find out.
The history of Artificial Intelligence (AI) began in antiquity, with myths, stories and rumors of artificial beings endowed with intelligence or consciousness by master craftsmen. Let's see where AI stands in 2019.
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Peer-to-peer voting systems provide transparency to the whole electoral process. Real estate platforms can allow anyone to buy and sell properties while enjoying the benefits of clear transparency and security. The services sector is also in the midst of an overhaul. Users should soon be able to take control of their online data, alleviating concerns surrounding centralised authorities such as Facebook and Google.
As the world moves into a new era of interconnectivity, discussion is the only thing that can quench our insatiable curiosity - at least temporarily.
AI is here, call it buzz, cause it a bubble, we are exactly in the midst of an AI revolution. While there is a firm opinion building about consumer AI applications, there still seems to be some uncertainty about AI for enterprises, fundamentally due to the lack of clarity and converge on how AI can achieve value for enterprises.
Developing countries such as India, Kenya and others in East Africa are discovering an array of applications for blockchain that promises a secure, peer-to-peer mechanism for verifying information. Let's dig in.
Whether it's faster and cheaper transfers, low-cost remittances or simply unleashing the power of e-commerce, digital currencies are changing the game entirely.
These two exciting developments have beset our market with countless disruptions, with companies and aspiring entrepreneurs everywhere scrambling to understand them in order to remain competitive. Too little attention has been paid to the ambitious ways that AI and blockchain technology can be mixed together, however, despite the immense benefits that can be derived from such collaboration. Let's dig in
AI, blockchain and IoT will become highly interdependent technologies by 2021. Let's explore the possibilities
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