Connecting Physical and Digital Worlds with AI
Presented by Veracity Protocol
Partnered with SGInnovate
In this event, we will ask the following questions in a bid to solve key challenges of tokenising the physical world with AI, to end counterfeits, false data and manipulation across industries:
- Why is the tokenisation of the physical world so important?
- How can we use modern AI-based technologies like machine learning, computer vision and neural networks to connect the physical world to the digital?
- What are some examples of applications for real-world use cases in aerospace, pharmaceuticals, luxury goods, art and collectables, security papers, and more?
- How can we securely connect physical items / assets with digital records (with no need for any external security elements)?
- How can we automate product quality assurance and inspection of items’ conditions?
- How can we identify, authenticate and protect our physical items?
- How can we achieve end-to-end traceability?
- How can we achieve the veracity of collected data and provenance?
- How can we solve the issue of counterfeits, false data and manipulation along the supply chain?
- How can we reduce costs, time, resources and increase trust in your company or solution?
Date: 4 December 2018, Tuesday
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Venue: BASH, Level 3, Block 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139955
Speaker: Jakub Krcmar, Co-founder, Veracity Protocol
6:00pm – 6:30pm: Registration
6:30pm – 7:30pm: Event and Q&A
7:30pm – 8:00pm: Networking and End
Jakub Krcmar, Co-founder, Veracity Protocol
Jakub is a digital product architect with over 14 years of experience. He is a self-taught ambassador for blockchain and AI-based technologies with a keen interest in space, neuroscience and cutting-edge technologies. Now, as the Co-Founder of Veracity Protocol, he and his team aims to build a transparent and decentralized ecosystem where anyone can protect the value of physical assets.
About Veracity Protocol
Veracity Protocol is building a decentralized infrastructure for the lifecycle of physical items, to secure end-to-end traceability, data veracity and resource efficiency. Find out more at http://www.veracityprotocol.org.