SANDER DUIVESTEIN

Blockchain: cryptoplatform for a frictionless economy

Welcome to the wondrous world of the complex and highly imaginative crypto-economy. The world of block- chain and bitcoin, of miners, sandboxes and hashes. If you are not well-up in this subject yet, you may easily fall under the spell of the fascinating and fast-growing crypto-environments. And even if you have already made a study of the subject, some elements of the crypto-economy may remain mysterious and to some extent intangible.

New Digital Competition

The new VINT report explores the new digital competition and presents:

  • A analysis of the success factors of disruption
  • 10 design principles of the new digital competition like Unbundle your organization processes, APIs first. Access over ownership and Building trust with social systems
  • The need for every business to develop a API-strategy
  • An appeal to the CIO and the IT department to use a leading digital approach and map out an offensive technological route.

An Executive Introduction

The disruptive potential of new technologies is growing at a staggering speed and challengers in the market are more vigorous than ever. The combination of these new possibilities and the rise of new competitors are the main drivers that are accelerating innovation.Read about it in the latest report by VINT Design to Disrupt: An Executive Introduction

Machine Intelligence | Executive Introduction

After Mobile, Big Data and the Internet of Things, Machine Intelligence (MI) is The Next Big Thing. Machine Intelligence is the accelerator of these predecessors. With an impending breakthrough of Machine Intelligence, the interesting question is what change that will bring. In a series of reports on MI, Sogeti’s trend watchers explore the potential impact, starting with a first report giving an executive introduction to Machine Intelligence, followed by three additional reports. Healthcare, industry, agriculture, advertising companies, security, so basically any sector, can all benefit from the MI framework and this will lead to serious “rethinking”. How did we use to do this in the past, and what is possible today? How will computers be able to assist – or even outpace, as you please – humans even more in the coming years? In our series of reports we dive into all these topics.

*Opinions expressed on this blog reflect the writer’s views and not the position of the Sogeti Group