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New business models enabled by this Trivergence — artificial intelligence, blockchain and Internet of Things — are beginning to disrupt many industries and provide platforms for innovation in the…
«To paraphrase Corinthians 13;13, now these three things remain: AI, blockchain and the IoT. But the greatest of these in none — it is their combination. Call it the Trivergence.»
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