January 23, 2019
Future Tense: A brave new world of bots!
"Consider all the time buyers spend negotiating rates with hotels, only to have those rates loaded incorrectly 20 to 30% of the time. This is bad for the travel buyer, of course, who has to spend time tracking down the errors and/or explaining the losses to Finance. But it's bad for hotels, too, says John Packel, who bears the intriguing title of Hard Core Decentralization Developer at ConsenSys."