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6 Ways Artificial Intelligence Technology Is Impacting Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Artificial Intelligence is already enhancing our lives as consumers, now it is picking up momentum in supply chain management and logistics, and managers should pay close attention as more AI-enhanced solutions emerge.

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Artificial Intelligence is already enhancing our lives as consumers, now it is picking up momentum in supply chain management and logistics, and managers should pay close attention as more AI-enhanced solutions emerge.

This white paper looks at the fundamentals that supply chains need in place in order to achieve real results from Artificial Intelligence implementations.

This study proves that business leaders realize that the benefits of AI today are undeniable - and it will continue to prove itself as a powerful investment for the future, with executives expecting ROI to double in five years and triple in 10 years.

In the race to use AI, many companies have made attempts to implement it, but the results have been disappointing, and despite its benefits when looked at through the lens of a supply chain executive, AI is relatively useless unless it’s able to add value to support better decision-making.

In a joint report, DHL and IBM have evaluated the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in logistics and exposed how it can be best applied to transform the industry.

Hyperledger, an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, has announced that 14 members have joined its growing global community including FedEx and Honeywell International Inc.

In this white paper, you will learn why blockchain platforms vary widely in terms capability, disclosure, confidentiality, anonymity, the cost to use, and speed, and why companies need to leverage more than one blockchain network to realize game-changing business models.

U.S. retail giant Walmart and its division Sam’s Club will require suppliers of leafy greens to implement a farm-to-store tracking system based on blockchain technology.

Graph Blockchain Limited (“GBC” or “Graph”), a leading-edge technology company providing private blockchain solutions has been focused on the growing need for blockchain data management in the global supply chain logistics market.

The industry-wide collaboration announced in January advances as more than 90 organizations participate in the global trade solution with more than 154 million events captured on the platform and growing by one million per day.

A.T. Kearney industry experts provide insights into blockchain's supply chain potential, and why, beneath all the hype, blockchain is a maturing technology that offers great promise.

The third generation of Blockchain is upon us, and it is going to impact every market and corporation in one or more important dimensions, the question is, are you ready?

Achieving secure, high-performance supply chains requires the marrying of performance and permissibility with the transparency and trust of blockchain technology, by combining blockchain with a proven network platform, companies today can integrate blockchain with supply chain networks.

Supply chain control towers are everywhere, and there are many different kinds based on different assumptions and with different capabilities, however, many control towers miss the mark on foundational and critical elements essential to today’s supply chains, so how do you choose?

Speaking at CoinDesk's Consensus 2018 in New York last week, Fred Smith, Chairman and CEO of the U.S. logistics giant FedEx, doubled down on his commitment to embracing blockchain technology as a way for the decades-old company to maintain its game in a rapidly changing digital world.