Decentralized data Exchange for the Travel Industry

| March 1, 2018

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It is obvious that the future belongs to platforms that are capable of collecting and structuring any data. Artificial Intelligence applications will be able to use collected and stored data to anticipate user preferences and provide accurate recommendations. The more data, the smarter are the algorithms that will eventually be able to foresee the wishes we are yet unable to predict for ourselves.

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Wamos is the name and brand of a tourism group, which brings together several companies in the sector, with extensive experience in their area of ​​activity and a joint vision of growth and commitment to the future.

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