For nearly a year Adeolu “Ade” Alao and Kip Twitchell have continued a weekly to bi-weekly discussion about financial systems, joined in the last two months by Sandy Peresie. This blog post attempts to summarize the conclusions and learnings of these discussions. As an introduction to the participants, Kip Twitchell has spent his career working … Continue reading Financial Systems Time and Scope Discussions
The following is a statement of the broadest vision of how the world's financial systems might change to solve some of the most intractable problems there are. Vision To bring 1 billion people into the digital economy, not just through transaction payments and receipts, but also with financial management capabilities that allow them to measure … Continue reading Vision for a New Financial World
In the fall of 2020, I was introduced by Dr. Bill McCarthy to Tom Hall as someone who was giving a lot of thought to how to make the bookkeeping and accounting processes more efficient, and useful. Tom had written a paper based upon his very practical experience with accounting and bookkeeping evaluating how could … Continue reading Bookkeeping and AI: Why So Little Progress
This video presents background principles behind the project. https://youtu.be/TyTSkJWQiiA There was a request for access to the slides used in the video posted. Here are the images.
“I wouldn't give a fig for the simplicity on this side of complexity; I would give my right arm for the simplicity on the far side of complexity.”Oliver Wendell Holmes. Well, the journey doesn't really begin here, as it has been going on for a long, long time. But the work in this location beings … Continue reading The Journey Begins