The Internet of Actions
Steve Gillmor
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Around 2011 Moore’s law commonly moved to multi-core distributed computing spurring new granular apps and unforeseen business hybrids. For example Nasdaq used a bitcoin-style blockchain to sell shares over the holidays. Sampling these patterns and omosing them to the enterprise requires an associative thinker like Steve.

A coda. Since 1970 the enterprise core both its database, general ledger and even it core planning algorithms has had new features, functions and capabilities added on or updated with faster and better technologies. Gaining efficiencies by Machine Learning (AI) algorithm technologies won’t satisfy Moore’s laws quest for more growth. New patterns (and patents) are needed to remake enterprise software.

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