Domino’s Pizza embraces AI with SingularityNET tie up

Domino’s Pizza embraces AI with SingularityNET tie up

Domino’s Pizza Malaysia & Singapore has announced a partnership with decentralised platform/AI venture SingularityNET.

It will be using SingularityNET’s AI algorithms to help optimise people’s time and resources and ways to deliver goods. The deal is pitched as the first time a multi-national company has chosen a decentralised open source AI solution instead of a closed circuit, centralised standard player to meet these challenges. All the activities will be recorded and monetised using the SingularityNET native token.

We are currently in the midst of transforming our core products and our data delivery platform to bring more speed and efficiency to our customers. Our newest transformation effort is occurring in our operations function, where we are automating significant portions of our delivery operations and consolidating our operations centres. SingularityNET’s AI algorithms and services will allow us to explore these efficiencies at scale,” says Domino’s Chief Executive Officer Ba U Shan-Ting.

SingularityNET CEO Ben Goertzel comments: “Embracing AI is what every company is going to need to do if they are going to succeed and flourish in the coming period. The projects we are discussing with Domino’s now are envisioned as the start of a long series of creative and transformative AI collaborations.  We are proud to embark on a future partnership with Domino’s to achieve their ambition of becoming the leader in pizza delivery and customer brand loyalty by 2020.”

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