Fast food giant Domino’s Pizza has partnered with AI innovator SingularityNET to implement blockchain, cryptocurrency and AI to its Singapore and Malaysia divisions. The announcement was shared by Arif Khan, the Chief Marketing Officer at SingularityNET on May 2.
Hong-Kong-based SingularityNET is an AI platform backed by blockchain and Ethereum-based token, AGI.
Arif commenced the announcement by highlighting the support that SingularityNET is receiving has been“tremendous.”
Ba U Shan-Ting, Chief Executive Officer at Domino’s (Malaysia and Singapore) explained his contentment towards the partnership by saying – “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.”
Arif exclaimed that with this new partnership, SingularityNET would utilize its artificial intelligence algorithms along with its native ERC20 utility token AGI, in assisting the pizza giant’s supply chain process and delivery operations for countries like Malaysia and Singapore.
As per the collaboration, SingularityNET will be assisting Domino’s operations by conducting feasibility studies, managing AI-focused workshops and provide with a number of algorithms. With the outset of this partnership, Domino’s is set to boost its proliferating customer base in Southeast Asia, Arif added.
The blog further noted that Domino’s Pizza is expanding in Singapore and Malaysia with more than 260 stores accounting staff of more than 4,000.
“SingularityNET is offering the company’s divisions a way to avoid making a compromise between growth and efficiency by incorporating our unique algorithms in our AGI ecosystem into its operations.”
SingularityNET’s AGI was designed to accommodate a few primary features, to name a few, frictionless and publicly-auditable transactions between artificial intelligence services and the incentivization of development for new AI services.
Concluding the blog, Arif reiterated the features of the collaboration is to bring developers to interact with each other and external customers from any part of the globe together. The current lot of developers will collate the promised tokens once they deliver the desired AI services to Domino’s.
In January this year, the artificial intelligence firm had announced a partnership with blockchain-based agricultural startup Hara. The collaboration’s purpose was to extend access to information on crop diseases whilst serving the goal of having diagnosis more automated.