Pablos Holman spoke to the Global Summit audience flipped the perspective of the "what does it do?" approach to problem solving with innovation to be more about "what can it do?" He adds, "The tools are important - when you know how to make things you can imagine how things could be made in a different way."
Up Next in Blockchain
Google is developing its own blockchain for third parties to post and verify transactions, in an effort to differentiate its cloud services from those of rivals Microsoft and Amazon. The cloud is a battleground right now, and tech giants are throwing all they have at it in order to win – AI will be a huge part of that, but blockchain tech could provide an edge.
Google Hopes Blockchain Will Help it Win the Cloud War
MIT Technology Review
In today’s global economy, companies hoping to reduce costs, enhance organizational agility, and accelerate innovation typically rely on an ever-expanding network of suppliers. But this supply chain complexity brings its own set of challenges—not the least of which is the obsolescence of traditional contract management processes. To maximize value and avoid cost leakage, organizations must move away from the manual processes of the past and leverage automation and artificial intelligence (AI).
Automation: A case study for preventing third party contract leakage
When an organization spends hundreds of millions of dollars per year on third-party contracts, 5% contract related cost leakage rate can add up. And yet, countless companies face this exact challenge.