Join Henry Kim for a breakfast session on blockchain and its many applications. The session will explore fundamental concepts, and applications in finance and supply chain, as well as cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs.) Learn about Kim’s new program Emerging Technlogies: Business Implications & Opportunities which will be launching Oct. 15-17, 2018. Participants will also learn about SEEC’s Business-Driven Strategic Technology program, which runs Oct. 3-5.
The message Kim will deliver is not about future trends. Today’s technology is a fundamental enabler of corporate ROI, competitive business imperatives and employee productivity. It’s about innovations such as the Blockchain, Internet of Things, and Big Data and Data Analytics, that are impacting organizations now.
About the speaker
Henry Kim is professor of operations management and information systems at the Schulich School of Business and co-director of the BlockchainLab. The lab is engaged in projects with the Canadian Government, the United Nations, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Don Tapscott’s Blockchain Research Institute and various start-ups and companies. Kim has written about, or advised on, blockchain applications in supply chain, minerals mining, agriculture and insurance. Moreover, for 25 years, his primary research has been in enterprise modelling using AI-based ontologies.