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Jessica Groopman

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Jessica Groopman, included in Onalytica’s list of the 100 Most Influential Thought Leaders in IoT Industry, is an Analyst & Founding Partner, Kaleido Insights. She specializes in automation technologies impacting organizations including IoT, AI, and blockchain. She is a frequent speaker at IoT industry events. She has also served as contributing member of the International IoT Council, the IEEE’s Internet of Things Group, IoT Guru Network, and FC Business Intelligence’s IoT Nexus Advisory Board. Learn more about Kaleido Insights here, or about Jessica on her LinkedIn, connect on Twitter or at these upcoming events, and find all past research at jessgroopman.com.

 

How and Why Enterprises Should Connect Blockchain & Artificial Intelligence

As enterprises and society at large struggle to wield the massive amounts of data flowing off of devices, infrastructure, workflows, and users, two profound, but distinct technological developments are shaping the narrative. Artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain are both poised to transform enterprise data strategies, but in very different ways.

200 Artificial Intelligence Use Cases, 29 Industries, 12 Themes

AI will have a complex relationship with humans that will change over time: While certain jobs will become automated, AI is more often poised to augment human labor and decision-making. Longer-term, many applications will be designed to empower humans with non-human capabilities, memory, experiences, and knowledge. Many ethical, philosophical, cultural, societal, and business norms will be forced into re-assessment.

200 Artificial Intelligence Use Cases, 29 Industries, 12 Themes

AI will have a complex relationship with humans that will change over time: While certain jobs will become automated, AI is more often poised to augment human labor and decision-making. Longer-term, many applications will be designed to empower humans with non-human capabilities, memory, experiences, and knowledge. Many ethical, philosophical, cultural, societal, and business norms will be forced into re-assessment.

The intersection of blockchain and IoT is all about trust

The number of network-connected and intercommunicating devices is expected to climb well into the tens of billions within a few years. As the world grows ever more connected, how can we trust these devices? Such a network of intercommunicating objects requires a secure and efficient way to track all interactions, transactions, and activities of every “thing” in the network. Interoperability, security, compliance, privacy, and reliability are all barriers to IoT growth, but the paramount challenge for ubiquitous connectivity, never mind device autonomy, is a lack of trust.

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