9 episodes

Is blockchain really going to change the world? Are robots taking over? How will artificial intelligence impact my business? Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Titans of industry, leaders in academia, and intrepid startups will go beyond the “cool factor” of emerging technologies to discuss how and why the future of commerce depends on a global language of business. Hear about AI, robotics, blockchain, circular economy, IoT, 5G, and much, much more.

DeCoded by GS1 US Reid Jackson

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Is blockchain really going to change the world? Are robots taking over? How will artificial intelligence impact my business? Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Titans of industry, leaders in academia, and intrepid startups will go beyond the “cool factor” of emerging technologies to discuss how and why the future of commerce depends on a global language of business. Hear about AI, robotics, blockchain, circular economy, IoT, 5G, and much, much more.

    08 | Next Level Supply Chain: The New Evolution

    08 | Next Level Supply Chain: The New Evolution

    • 15 min
    07 | Voice: Jon Stine, Executive Director, Open Voice Network

    07 | Voice: Jon Stine, Executive Director, Open Voice Network

    Alexa play “The Decoded Podcast by GS1 US”. Voice controlled AI devices like the Amazon Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant have become common household items. Is voice becoming the ultimate computer or interface, or is it? Find out on today’s episode as we sit down with Jon Stine, the executive director of the Open Voice Network, to discuss the emerging use cases and growing potential of voice.

    From the episode:
    “Voice is going to be a tremendous enterprise tool and a tool for societal development is value when it can be trusted.”

    Guest: Jon Stine, Executive Director of the Open Voice Network
    Episode recorded September of 2020.

    Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Reid and the GS1 US innovation team explore the intersection of standards and emerging tech, and how the two together can solve the business problems of the future.

    The identification of everything makes anything possible!

    The views, information, or opinions expressed during DeCoded by GS1 US podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of GS1 US, its employees or member companies. The podcast series is provided by GS1 US as a convenience and does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by GS 1 US of any of the identified companies, products, or services. GS1 US does not warrant or guarantee any of the products or services identified here, nor does it assume any legal liability or responsibility with respect to them.

    • 41 min
    06 | Shift in Retail: Pano Anthos, Sr. VP, XRC Labs

    06 | Shift in Retail: Pano Anthos, Sr. VP, XRC Labs

    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced consumers to adjust to a new normal. Demand for options like curbside pick-up and online ordering have skyrocketed. How are retailers adapting to these new consumer behaviors? Learn more on today’s episode as we sit down with Pano Anthos, founder of XRC Labs, a retail focused accelerator, to discuss the pandemic’s impact on the retail industry.

    From the episode:
    "Grocers have been sitting on frequent shopper data for 25 years and have done almost nothing with it. I've shopped whether it was a Whole Foods or a Kroger or wherever, a Wegmans, and if I buy meat, no one has ever emailed me six months later or three months later saying, "Hey, you know that meat you bought? It's on sale again." No one ever has done that, which is really basic marketing. But again, the grocers have never been incentivized to do it, because they're not paid to sell me more meat. They're paid to sell more meat of the variety that a brand is promoting."

    Guest: Pano Anthos, Sr. VP, XRC Labs
    Episode recorded July 2020.

    Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Reid and the GS1 US innovation team explore the intersection of standards and emerging tech, and how the two together can solve the business problems of the future.

    The identification of everything makes anything possible!

    The views, information, or opinions expressed during DeCoded by GS1 US podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of GS1 US, its employees or member companies. The podcast series is provided by GS1 US as a convenience and does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by GS 1 US of any of the identified companies, products, or services. GS1 US does not warrant or guarantee any of the products or services identified here, nor does it assume any legal liability or responsibility with respect to them.

    • 40 min
    05 | AR/VR/XR: Tom Mainelli, IDC

    05 | AR/VR/XR: Tom Mainelli, IDC

    Think Augmented, Virtual, and Extended Reality is just for gamers? Think again. In this episode, Tom Mainelli, Group VP Consumer and Device Research at International Data Corporation (IDC), discusses how AR/VR/XR technologies are poised to disrupt processes in a wide variety of industries and use cases.

    From simply re-imagining conference calls to completely upending knowledge transfer in manufacturing, AR/VR/XR technologies can literally show us a whole new world.

    From the episode:
    “I heard a stat once...that engineers at this large company spent a third of their time trying to track down blueprints for machines that were built 20 years ago. And if you can associate a digital blueprint to a device or to a machine when it's built, and whether it's five years from now or 10 years from now, when you walk up to it, that becomes available to someone in AR, you've just saved a huge amount of time.”

    Guest: Tom Mainelli, Group VP, Consumer and Device Research, IDC
    Episode recorded February 2020.

    Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Reid and the GS1 US innovation team explore the intersection of standards and emerging tech, and how the two together can solve the business problems of the future.

    The identification of everything makes anything possible!

    The views, information, or opinions expressed during DeCoded by GS1 US podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of GS1 US, its employees or member companies. The podcast series is provided by GS1 US as a convenience and does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by GS 1 US of any of the identified companies, products, or services. GS1 US does not warrant or guarantee any of the products or services identified here, nor does it assume any legal liability or responsibility with respect to them.

    • 52 min
    04 | Computer Vision: Francis Bitonti & Les Karpas, LexSet

    04 | Computer Vision: Francis Bitonti & Les Karpas, LexSet

    Computer Vision (CV) has become a buzz worthy term in commerce, but have you ever wondered how we actually teach computers to “see?” There is a lot more to it than you might think. In this episode, hear from the founders of LexSet about how “training data as a service” is significantly cutting down on the time and manpower necessary to feed high-performance AI models the high-quality image data they need.

    From the episode:
    "Think about how much innovation is being stifled because people are having to collect datasets. If you're working at Google and you want to test a new model, you have to go out and get a new data set just to test an idea. You don't even have an ability to quickly prototype and iterate without going to your boss and saying, hey, I need $100,000 budget just to test this crazy idea I had this morning. We're going to really change the whole behavior of the industry and make it a lot easier to rapidly test ideas and then refine them into production"

    Guests: Francis Bitonti, Founder & CEO and Les Karpas, Founder & President, Lexset
    Episode recorded February 2020.

    Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Reid and the GS1 US innovation team explore the intersection of standards and emerging tech, and how the two together can solve the business problems of the future.

    The identification of everything makes anything possible!

    The views, information, or opinions expressed during DeCoded by GS1 US podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of GS1 US, its employees or member companies. The podcast series is provided by GS1 US as a convenience and does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by GS 1 US of any of the identified companies, products, or services. GS1 US does not warrant or guarantee any of the products or services identified here, nor does it assume any legal liability or responsibility with respect to them.

    • 43 min
    03 | Robotics: Laura Scott, Takeoff Technologies

    03 | Robotics: Laura Scott, Takeoff Technologies

    What happens when we mix robots and grocery stores? Happier online shoppers. Laura Scott, COO of Takeoff Technologies, discusses how robotic micro-fulfillment centers are helping bridge the gap between retail and technology.

    Join host Reid Jackson as he cracks the code on emerging tech through conversations with thought leaders at the top of the digital disruption game. Reid and the GS1 US innovation team explore the intersection of standards and emerging tech, and how the two together can solve the business problems of the future.

    The identification of everything makes anything possible!

    The views, information, or opinions expressed during DeCoded by GS1 US podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of GS1 US, its employees or member companies. The podcast series is provided by GS1 US as a convenience and does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by GS 1 US of any of the identified companies, products, or services. GS1 US does not warrant or guarantee any of the products or services identified here, nor does it assume any legal liability or responsibility with respect to them.

    • 29 min

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