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This prompt leverages the ScholarAI plugin to extract the latest research papers on the emerging technology of your choice and its impact on your industry. It summarizes key findings, offering insights into how this technology shapes your industry and its potential implications for a specific aspect of your industry. Ideal for industry professionals, researchers, and policymakers who want to stay ahead of the curve in understanding the impact of emerging technologies.
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Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
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102 ($0.00310 / call)
Example input
[Your Role]: Supply Chain Manager, [Emerging Technology]: Blockchain Technology, [Your Industry]: Logistics Industry, [Specific Aspect of Industry]: Supply Chain Transparency
Example output
Based on the research paper titled "A global blockchain-based agro-food value chain to facilitate trade and sustainable blocks of healthy lives and food for all", blockchain technology shows significant potential in enhancing transparency and efficiency in the logistics industry, particularly in the agro-food global value chain. Tracking and Traceability: Blockchain can effectively monitor agro-foods from the farm to the fork. This ability to track and trace means that even unincorporated elements—such as the environmental impact of production—can be reasonably taken into account. This not only optimizes documentation costs and enhances accountability but also facilitates global trade by ensuring compliance with various agreements and standards. Trade Finance: Blockchain can play a crucial role in trade finance, which is often a barrier to entry for start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the trade value chain. By ensuring that the entire transaction is available and accessible to everyone, irrespective of the geographic location or the position of the user in the value chain, blockchain enhances trust in the system, potentially making finance more accessible. Customs Procedure: Blockchain can help streamline customs procedures, which are often a major bottleneck in international trade due to substantial paperwork. Blockchain can help minimize paperwork, reduce delays, and lower the overall cost of cross-border trade. Preventing Forgery and Corruption: Blockchain can also help resolve forgery and corruption, two issues that remain a major challenge to global supply chains. The use of a digital ledger that is time-stamped and approved by other nodes in the blockchain can ensure that all documents can be instantaneously digitally accessed by all participants in the value chain. Consumer Trust: Detailed information on the nature, quality, quantity, location, and ownership of a product can significantly enhance consumer trust in the product. However, the paper also highlights some challenges that need to be addressed for the successful implementation of blockchain technology in the logistics industry. These include the need for interoperability, standardization, and scalability of the blockchain technology, the need for creating awareness of and knowledge about the technology, and the need for further development of the qualitative findings of the study in a real-world 'farm-to-fork' project.
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