SingularityNET and Domino’s Pizza, Malaysian and Singapore divisions, have entered into a partnership that will allow AGI’s proprietary token to be used to improve the efficiency of the supply chain and product delivery.
Domino’s Pizza, an American multinational food company specialising in bakery products, has over 260 stores in the Southeast Asia region with 4000 employees.
The collaboration will allow SingularityNET to apply its innovative solutions, based on the application of AI, to the immense database that will be collected through the supply and delivery cycles of Domino’s Pizza, with a profound improvement of the operating environment and the definition of solutions not yet found for daily and routine operations.
Moreover, the use of AI will allow making in-depth feasibility studies on innovative solutions related to the application of optimisation algorithms to the home delivery sector, an element that could revolutionise the whole sector of home delivery of food, which is in continuous growth.
The function of the AGI proprietary token in this system will be to allow the collaboration of a plethora of programmers and AI service providers, all on the SingularityNET platform, where the token allows a continuous exchange between individual creators in a market free of transactional costs and subject to a public and regular audit.
This will lead to the rapid development of new, efficient and cost-effective AI solutions. Domino’s will specify its needs on the platform and programmers, through interaction, discussion and collaboration will be able to provide the best solutions.
Ba U Shan-Ting, CEO of Domino’s, welcomed the partnership:
“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”.