ChainXchange Day 1: Wired Editor-in-Chief Talks AI, Automation, Blockchain

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With the opening night of ChainXchange blockchain convention, Las Vegas blockchain week is officially under way. Tonight’s main stage was headlined by World Food Programme CFO Houman Haddad, Wall Street Journal Deputy Editor Sam Walker, and Editor-in-Chief of Wired Magazine, Nicholas Thompson. The theme of the night, and the convention as a whole, is the idea of the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution, one highlighted by the adoption and integration of blockchain technology, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Walker kicked off the talks with his speech about leaders and captains- the integral role a paramount leader plays in a dominant team, different leadership styles, and traits that define the ideal leaders. He suggested that, in this impending technological revolution, humility will be a defining trait of the leaders of tomorrow. Walker was followed by Houman Haddad, who explained his recent initiative in integrating a blockchain-based beneficiary system for refugees to purchase groceries from the camp supermarkets. Prior to blockchain, the World Food Programme had fed refugees by giving them allowances in the form of mobile money, food credits, and sometimes cash to be used at the camp market. However, this system required a lot of sensitive information from the refugee, which, in often cases, either wasn’t accessible or compromised the safety of the individual. Instead, Haddad introduced a system upon the Ethereum blockchain, where each refugee was granted an Ethereum wallet, linked to their iris. By scanning their iris at checkout, the private keys could be accessed to transfer funds.…
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