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This LinuxONE and IBM z demo influences shoppers by their geospatial positioning in a store while leveraging their past shopping history, current grocery list (and item location via microbeacons), social media trends and store suggestions. An iOS app will interface with the server through RESTful APIs (served by StrongLoop) which in turn access several Linux databases and IBM z Systems of Record databases. The scalability of thousands of shoppers in thousands of stores, each with their own personalized shopping experience, will be analyzed creating millions to billions of events as right-time analytics for this latency sensitive workload at-scale are performed. IBM BlockChain technology will be used in a couple of unique retail scenarios, as well as the new DevOps capabilities of the pla...
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Interview with Vivek Bajaj – Global Vice President, Watson Financial Services Solutions, IBM at Money20/20 Europe 2017. Main questions covered: 1. What are the latest trends in banking related to artificial intelligence? 2. What is the future of artificial intelligence in banking? 3. How is IBM transforming financial services with the help of cognitive? 4. How is Watson helping banks achieve regulatory compliance? 5. How is IBM helping banks to counter financial crime and fraud? 6. IBM Blockchain and the Digital Trade Chain 7. Blockchain: first mover advantage or “wait-and-see advantage”? For more details please visit https://ibm.biz/money2020eu
Blockchain has moved from a conceptual technology to one that is in full production. In this video, Everledger CEO Leanne Kemp discusses how her company is operationalizing blockchain technology in the diamond industry to verify the authenticity and provenance of diamonds using a single source across the supply chain. IBM’s Donna Dillenberger then goes on to demonstrate how smart contracts created through cognitive technology can be used to track compliance of diamonds on the blockchain. IBM Blockchain is more than just for the diamond industry. Learn how it can work for your business: https://www.ibm.com/blockchain/for-business.html
In this internet of things example, the blockchain is used as an irrefutable ledger to record flight events, operation conditions, and maintenence actions. Kept in the cloud, these logs are accessible to different parties such as the OEM, the airline, and the maintenance, repair, and overhaul providers.
http://www.patrickschwerdtfeger.com/sbi/ The fields of Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence are converging, and they will intersect soon. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning require vast amounts of data. That's how they learn. Meanwhile, Blockchain allows for decentralized autonomous organizations which will soon involve hundreds of millions of people. Furthermore, platforms built on Blockchain technology will soon be powerful enough to support AI applications. At that point, AI could evolve very quickly and become, effectively, an unstoppable utility for the world's population. No one knows exactly how this convergence will play out. Certainly, I do not either, but I know this is an exciting time and I plan on following the developments as they emerge. The results will most de...
A blockchain ledger can create a tamper-resistant record when information needs to be shared among business partners without setting up a costly centralized IT infrastructure. Let’s look at how supply chains benefit when data is shared through a private blockchain.
Deloitte’s EMEA Grid Blockchain Lab works with Bank of Ireland to explore how blockchain can be used to solve regulatory reporting challenges. http://www2.deloitte.com/ie/en/pages/technology/topics/technology
Blockchains are poised to revolutionize the Industrial internet of things. Providing security, peer-to-peer device communications and new functionality via smart properties. Andre De Castro CEO of Blockchain of Things, Inc. discusses why blockchains make sense to be used for the IIoT
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Wherever there exists a tangle of manual processes managed by multiple parties, blockchain can pose an elegant solution. For more information on blockchain solutions for financial services, go to: https://www.ibm.com/blockchain/financial-services/
This demo show how IoT and Blockchain can be used to indelibly store information about a shipment as it passes through multiple carriers to its final destination.
Blockchain is an immutable shared ledger technology—a distributed structure for the parties doing transactions. It is a secure technology allowing participants to retain control without one central person obtaining full control, which is key, according to Rich de Moll, Vice President, Blockchain Solutions for Finance at IBM Cognitive Process Services. Blockchain is built on trust, accountability, and transparency—and how it is utilized in today’s marketplace is already creating transformation.
Short video slide about the convergence of The Internet of Things(IoT) and the blockchain. Produced by: http://complexitylabs.io/courses Twitter: https://goo.gl/Nu6Qap Facebook: https://goo.gl/Nu6Qap LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/3v1vwF Transcription: The internet is evolving into a new technology paradigm based around smart systems, the blockchain, platforms, and IoT in the coming years, these technologies will interact and converge in new and unpredictable ways The convergence of IoT and blockchain will be a major part of this evolution, enabling new automated service systems and business models... but many unresolved issues remain IOT Internet of Things is the merging of our engineered physical environment with information systems to create smart adaptive objects and environments....
This presentation is from The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence conference that took place October 14-15, 2016. It was hosted by the NYU Center for Bioethics in conjunction with the NYU Center for Mind, Brain and Consciousness. Speaker: Adam Kolber (Brooklyn Law School) Publisher: Livestream.com
IBM Fellow Donna Dillenberger explains the power of blockchain via a Trading Financial Services Demo.This demonstration takes an existing financial trading business process and shows how it can be greatly improved using IBM Blockchain running on and leveraging unique capabilities of IBM z Systems. To learn more about IBM z Systems and Blockchain, please visit IBM on the web at http://www.ibm.com/blockchain/z.html