The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and it is provoking apprehension in many executives and companies, as well as a fear of being left behind.
While some believe that artificial intelligence could replace workers, it will, in fact, create a more productive and creative workforce.
Precious metals streaming is a small, but extremely prosperous, sector in mining. Blockchain technology could change the way it handles data.
Our spending affects how businesses act. But could it actually make major corporations reverse environmental damage done by gold mining?
Collaboration with other businesses, blockchain or otherwise, could be the path to blockchain’s success and ensure that it grows into a global industry.
Gold is a lucrative commodity, and its value only appears to be on the rise. Yet there’s a problem in the gold industry, and that’s illegal mining.
Modern slavery is prevalent in the minerals sourcing sector, and currently it is difficult for corporations to identify poor practice in their suppliers.
Self-sovereign identity means having digital control over our own identities and how we use our data. What if we could have control over our own data?
Artificial intelligence will take our jobs, but many others will rise to replace them. So, what will the workforce become when AI ‘takes over’?