The Singapore and Malaysia division of Domino's Pizza has partnered with SingularityNET to implement its blockchain-powered artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the Domino’s division confirmed to Cointelegraph on May 2.
Within the new partnership, SingularityNET will incorporate AI algorithms and solutions in Domino’s operations to improve its supply chain processes and logistics in Malaysia and Singapore, a SingularityNET press release shared with Cointelegraph notes.
According to the announcement, the strategic partnership aims to improve the food industry giant’s business operations by conducting feasibility studies, running AI-focused workshops and developing new algorithms specific to the firm’s needs.
New AI features are set to be implemented via the SingularityNET Beta platform, an Ethereum (ETH) blockchain-based decentralized marketplace launched in February 2019.
According to the press release, Domino’s Pizza Malaysia & Singapore has more than 260 stores with a total staff of more than 4,000. As Cointelegraph reported previously, customers can pay for Domino's Pizza with bitcoin (BTC) as payment though services such as PizzaForCoins.
Recently, SingularityNET partnered with Chinese insurance giant in order to deliver its AI algorithms focusing on Optical Character Recognition, Computer Vision and model training.
As well, SingularityNET entered into another partnership with agriculture-focused blockchain startup Hara to apply blockchain to provide farmers in Indonesia with data such as grain prices, soil quality and land ownership details.