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Tuesday, March 19 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Is there an inherent conflict between centralized AI and decentralized blockchains? 

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The successful implementation of future technologies in financial services is limited without an understanding of their interdependencies. We will explore how centralized and decentralized technologies can work together, the best way to utilize AI and blockchain in complement and how businesses should overcome a siloed approach to technology implementation in the future.

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May-Ann Lim

MD, TRPC Pte Ltd; Executive Director, Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA)
May-Ann is the Managing Director of research consultancy TRPC Pte Ltd, and is concurrently the Executive Director of the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA). She has extensive experience in public policy, technology policy development, and government relations communications across... Read More →

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Dr. Sinuhe Arroyo

Founder & CEO, TAIGER
Dr. Sinuhé Arroyo is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TAIGER, a global Artificial Intelligence company headquartered in Singapore with offices in five other countries across Europe, America and Asia-Pacific.He is a Committee Member in the Info-Communications Media Development... Read More →
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Jaan Tallinn

Founding Engineer of Skype, Co-Founder Future of Life Institute & Philanthropist, ASI
Jaan Tallinn is a founding engineer of Skype and Kazaa. He is a co-founder of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (cser.org), Future of Life Institute (futureoflife.org), and philanthropically supports other existential risk research organisations. Jaan is on the... Read More →
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Shumian He

CEO and Co-founder, MoAir Cloud
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Tuesday March 19, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm GMT+08
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