Tokenizing a product doesn’t necessarily mean accepting crypto as payment: it means designing a product around the token so that the token dynamics make the product better.
Dr Rand Hindi is an entrepreneur and data scientist. He is the CEO at Snips, the first decentralized, private by design voice assistant. Rand started coding at the age of 10, founded a Social Network at 14 and a web agency at 15 before getting into Machine Learning at 18 and starting a PhD at 21. He has been elected as a TR35 by the MIT Technology Review, as a "30 under 30" by Forbes, and is a lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris. He was previously a member of the French Digital Council where he focused on AI and Privacy issues. He holds a BSc in Computer Science and a PhD in Bioinformatics from University College London (UCL), as well as two graduate degrees from Singularity University in Silicon Valley and THNK in Amsterdam.
Snips AIR is a network of devices collaborating to form a mesh of AI assistants. With this voice ecosystem you can now add a voice assistant to your entire home, while protecting your family’s privacy. Using a combination of Federated Learning, MPC and Secret Sharing, developers can improve their assistants with real user data, without any impact on privacy. Users get paid for contributing encrypted data, while devices called “clerks” get paid for processing the encrypted data. Anyone can be a clerk, including users via their Snips AIR devices.