Blockchain for business: Vendor landscape

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Blockchain platforms have evolved from their cryptocurrency origins. They are now being built to target enterprise use cases across many different industries (from financial services, through manufacturing and the supply chain, to healthcare, insurance, government, telecoms, and more). They’re also becoming far better integrated with business systems and complementary technologies like IoT and business analytics […]

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A tale of two blockchains – Ethereum and Hyperledger tie the knot

COMMENTARY

This week saw the announcement that two of the major groups steering the development of enterprise blockchains – the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), and the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger project – have agreed to become associate members of each other’s organisations in a bid to foster greater inter-ledger interoperability and mutual collaboration to jointly further the […]

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Blockchain’s project diversity

COMMENTARY

We’ve recently undertaken a significant update to our blockchain project tracker – adding the details of nearly a hundred new instances of blockchain related projects and products in development, out in the wild. As before, we’re making this available as an interactive pivot table as we go along, but we’ve also taken the opportunity to […]

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TIBCO’s evolution, Building a global data consent ledger

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 30’19” episode Craig Wentworth and Neil Ward-Dutton discuss the ongoing evolution of digital platform specialist TIBCO Software, and explore hu-manity.co’s initiative to build a blockchain-based Global Consent Ledger that individuals can use to grant access to third parties for use of […]

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A conversation with TIBCO’s Shawn Rogers

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 29’21” podcast episode, Craig Wentworth talks to Shawn Rogers, Senior Director of Analytic Strategy at TIBCO. Topics covered include: Data privacy, literacy, and trust – and how all this affects the nature of customer relationships built around data-driven services How brands […]

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Blockchain, poetry auctions and surviving the RPA frenzy

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 25’48” episode Neil and Craig discuss the world’s first blockchain poetry auction and the implications for being able to hold and trade non-fungible tokens; and how we all need to be careful as UiPath’s crazy momentum – and the wider RPA […]

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Data Ethics, the Automation Bonanza and Secret Contracts

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 35’23” episode Neil Ward-Dutton and Craig Wentworth talk about the UK Government’s new moves to establish a data ethics framework; the challenge of navigating through today’s fast-moving marketplace of automation technologies; and developments in blockchain to enable privacy in the execution […]

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Shaking up work optimisation, decentralised AI futures and the AI market

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 34’20” episode Craig Wentworth and Neil Ward-Dutton talk about how the perennial debate about work automation vs work optimisation needs shaking up; blockchain cloud services and decentralised AI; and lastly – why, despite the huge and rapid advances currently happening in […]

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Three swipes at the AI pinata

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 36’52” podcast episode, Craig Wentworth and Neil Ward-Dutton discuss AI technology company acquisitions, AWS’ new machine learning-powered Macie discovery service (and its role in GDPR compliance), the problem with AI terminology – and finally, recent news from Blockchain Week NY.  

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