Not everyone thinks assembling big data is a good idea! Perhaps they have alternative facts.
I just subscribed to this source. Even though they do not disclose who they are, it might provide interesting information.
Labor-related concerns were cited by the Senate, but the project will likely move forward without the funding.
Source: FMC plan to develop pilot information portal fails to receive Senate funding | Supply Chain Dive
Posted in Advanced Computing, Logistics, Ports, Production Operations, Quantitative Methods, Supply Chains
Tagged analytics, computing, container shipping, intermodal, Logistics, ocean shipping, ports, Production Operations, Shipping, supply chains, technology
Some notes on AI and its applications from a venture capitalist.
Andreessen Horowitz partner Frank Chen is here to tell you that anyone can utilize the technology, not just members of the “priesthood.”
Source: Here’s The Unofficial Silicon Valley Explainer On Artificial Intelligence
Here are a few of Frank Chen’s creations:
A nice collection of current efforts in blockchain implementations for the container shipping business. Brink is an electronic magazine about risk.
Blockchain Builds Trust in Marine Shipping
Source: Blockchain Builds Trust in Marine Shipping with ‘Single Version of the Truth’ – Brink – The Edge of Risk
Posted in Advanced Computing, Logistics, Ports, Production Operations, Shipping, Strategy, Supply Chains
Tagged automation, big ships, container shipping, disruption, innovation, intermodal, Logistics, ocean shipping, ports, supply chains