Roy Hodgson's first game as a football manager was in 1976. On Sunday, he oversees his last match. His 46-year-long career has seen him manage in England, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and Italy, as well as several stints at the international stage, most famously leading England at three major tournaments. He talks to Today's Garry Richardson about some of his favourite moments and how much he'll miss the job. (Image Credit: Garry Richardson)
George W. Bush confuses his illegal invasion of Iraq with Putin's illegal invasion of Ukraine. Does Bush's subconscious actually have a conscience?; Meghan McCain wrote a book; Why John McCain was a war criminal who lied about his adulterous affair with a lobbyist; Summer Lee wins in Pittsburgh; Jessica Cisneros MUST defeat Henry Cuellar; AIPAC, an ultra right wing pro Israeli Republican lobbyist is secretly attempting to destroy Progressive Democrats; Replacement theory; Pete Buttigieg says only Capitalism can feed our babies; Wall Street's predicting a recession; Guests With Time Stamps: (01:27) David Does the News (1:10:09) "USA of Distraction" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel (1:18:22) Grace Jackson Explains How a shooting in Southern California is the key to understanding Taiwan's complicated past. Grace covers Japan's rule over Taiwan, Chiang Kai-shek's Martial law era from 1949–1987 and the division between the one million Chinese who came to Taiwan with Chiang Kai-shek and the people who were already there. (1:37:24) Professor Ben Burgis (his new book is "Canceling Comedians While The World Burns") Professor Burgis discusses his latest column in Jacobin reviewing Meghan McCain's new book “Bad Republican.” (1:59:52) The Herschenfelds: Dr. Philip Herschenfeld (Freudian psychoanalyst), and Ethan Herschenfeld (his new comedy special "Thug, Thug Jew" is streaming on YouTube) George W. Bush's recent Freudian slip confusing Putin's illegal invasion of Ukraine with his own illegal invasion of Iraq. Was Bush's slip a confession? Or is it his subconscious trying to punish him? (2:30:08) Jen Senko (Director/ Author of "The Brainwashing of My Dad") In her new book "The Brainwashing of My Dad," Jen Senko describes the right wing's plan to turn Republican politics into a cult of the aggrieved for older white voters. She traces Fox News and the rise of right wing talk radio to the Powell Memo's plan for creating a vast right wing conspiracy of print, radio and television echo chambers. (2:53:40) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (Americans United for Separation of Church and State) Replacement Theory, Abortion and Pastor Greg Locke is this week's Religious Nut of The Week. (4:11:21) Quizmaster Dan F. tests David on his knowledge of wrestling (4:16:03) The Professors And Mary Anne: Professors Mary Anne Cummings, Jonathan Bick, Ann Li, Adnan Husain The January 6th Commission; The Senate wants to protect Supreme Court justices from protestors; Midterms PLUS: ASMR for your eyeballs - Kitchen ASMR with Joe in Norway (5:13:17) Professor Harvey J. Kaye ("FDR on Democracy") and Alan Minsky (executive director of Progressive Democrats of America) Oregon's Conservative Democratic Congressman Kurt Schrader loses to a progressive; Pennsylvania Progressive Summer Lee defeats AIPAC; Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar must lose next Tuesday. (5:51:23) Emil Guillermo (host of the PETA Podcast, and columnist for The Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund) Buffalo victims could have been Asian American under “replacement theory”
Prophetic Vision: WW3, Chinese Troops Join Russian Troop Invasion into Ukraine! Other visions/Dreams mentioned in this video: May 17th "China strike US on Wednesday the 19th": https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-vision-war-coming-with-china May 10th 2021 Prophetic Vision: War Coming to Europe: https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/major-prophetic-update-prophetic-dream-warning-to-england-5-11-21 May 23rd 2021 Prophetic Vision: Warning to France: https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-warning-to-paris-france May 9th 2022 Prophetic Vision: Warning to Northern Europe, France, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and the Baltics: https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-vision-warning-to-europe-france-and-the-baltics-winter-season-2022-2023
No love in America…; PEW research on the decline of Christianity; David from Norway calls in to ask Jesse about the trinity. He also asks Jesse if 'if he believes in Jesus, our Lord and savior" Josh from Georgia answers the biblical question. — Devin from Michigan says Jesus is God and provides scriptures which to Devin prove that.
Today we will be discussing major investors increasing their cash holdings to the highest levels since the 9/11 attack. Do they know something we don't? Next, we'll look at Norway's central bank tapping Nahmii, an Ethereum layer 2 for its CBDC. Lastly, we'll talk about AAVE launching a decentralized NFT-based social media platform Lens. Around the Blockchain is your favorite Cryptocurrency show discussing Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and the top altcoins. Our four crypto experts include Andrew Mo, Altcoin Daily, Mine Your Biz, & Crypto Blood. Tune in for their insightful crypto analysis.
We're back! Benedicte waits to hear back on a Gatsby proposal. Benedikt returns from vacation.Norway's Constitution DayBenedicte sent out a proposal for more project-based Gatsby work and is anxious to hear back. She made progress on her article for Smashing Magazine as well and is looking forward to feedback on the draft. She is finding it difficult to narrow down exactly what level of expertise the audience will have and knows that meeting her audience at their technical level will be critical when writing her book. Reluctantly, Benedicte places POW! on the back burner, at least for a few months. Leaning into the Gatsby work feels more important. Norway just celebrated Constitution Day, so Oslo was a party! Endless ice cream included.Benedikt took a vacation last week. While the computer came with him, he didn't do anything more than a few notification checks — no fires to put out! Userlist finally, officially launched the new signup flow and they haven't seen any errors in the rollout. They are also getting closer to launching the new pricing plan as well, something that will likely be wrapped up by the end of the quarter. Benedikt might have some bandwidth to work on the Stripe integration, but it's unclear how much work remains there. Finally, Userlist grows again as the new community advocate just came aboard!
The gang watch each other pee at a party this week, as they review Academy Award nominated film from Norway, The World Person in the World. Follow Julie as she discovers who she wants to be after college. For 4 years we follow her love life, home life, and work life. Was this wrongly snubbed for Best Foreign Feature? Did the gang think it was overrated? Watch the streaming every for around $10, then listen to us break it down. http://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Joseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe
Today we talk with Carl Trueman about his latest book, Strange New World: How Thinkers and Activists Redefined Identity and Sparked the Sexual Revolution. In a time where much cultural conversation focuses on gender identity, we often wonder, "How did we get here?" Carl offers insight into how our culture has been formed and what we can do to help bring the beauty of God's design back to our communities. Carl Trueman Show Notes Donate and receive A Strange New World by Carl Trueman The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self by Carl Trueman Robert Spritzer's Organization - Magis Center Notes Towards the Definition of Culture by T. S. Eliot Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy Letters written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark by Mary Wollstonecraft A Vindication of the Rights of Men; A Vindication of the Rights of Woman; An Historical and Moral View of the French Revolution by Mary Wollstonecraft The Strong Women Podcast S2 3: The Journey of a Woman's Right to Abortion with Erika Bachiochi The Rights of Women by Erika Bachiochi Join Strong Women on Social Media: https://linktr.ee/strongwomencc Erin and her husband, Brett, run Maven which “exists to help the next generation know truth, pursue goodness, and create beauty, all for the cause of Christ.” Check out more about Maven here: https://maventruth.com/ The Strong Women Podcast is a product of the Colson Center which equips Christians to live out their faith with clarity, confidence, and courage in this cultural moment. Through commentaries, podcasts, videos, and more, we help Christians better understand what's happening in the world, and champion what is true and good wherever God has called them. Learn more about the Colson Center here: https://www.colsoncenter.org/ Visit our website and sign up for our email list so that you can stay up to date on what we are doing here and also receive our monthly book list: https://www.colsoncenter.org/strong-women
The gas war has begun. Will Europe and Germany succeed in ridding themselves of their Achilles' heel, Russian gas? Will Moscow cut off supplies? And can Norway or the Netherlands replace the shortfall?
You may have seen or heard that we're planning a move to Portugal — and hoping to travel while making the transition. We received some questions about this: “We would love to travel more, even long term, but I am getting more hesitant because of predictions about downturns in the economy, warfare, etc. I see a lot of people encouraging self-reliance and preparation at this point in time (ie growing and storing your own food). This seems like it would be hard to do while traveling. I want to protect and provide for my family, but I also see the amazing benefits of traveling as a family. What is your take on these predictions and what does your family do to prepare for potential crises? Should these things be taken into consideration when considering where to travel and when? Things have changed so much in the world in just a couple of years!” We also had some Instagram followers and podcast listeners asking, “How do you decide where to travel or where to LIVE? And how do you go about getting a visa to do that? And didn't you want to live in a Chateau in France? What happened to that?” In this episode, we're going to discuss travel, living abroad, making decisions about WHERE and HOW to live, being safe and preparing for worst-case scenarios, and why ‘following your heart' (and what that means) is a key piece to this whole life puzzle. Life IS risk. If you're going to be alive there is risk in living. You might as well make the most of the risky life you already have. You have to get ‘boots on the ground' and touch, feel, and experience YOUR LIFE. Truly Live Your While You're Alive! But we're also not promoting unsafe or stupid behavior. So where is that balance found? How do you find the middle ground between risk-taking and being safe and prepared? That's what we discuss in this episode that you don't want to miss! This episode is sponsored by our Trips & Adventures. Travel with us to cool destinations like Jordan, Norway, Egypt or Greece. Past trips include riding dromedaries in the Sahara desert or hiking to Macchu Picchu, or sailing around the Galapagos. We lead trips and retreats for teens, couples, families, and men. Visit extraordinaryfamilylife.com and click the link at the top for the Adventures to get notified about upcoming trips, retreats, and adventures! https://courses.extraordinaryfamilylife.com/pages/trip-updates-announcements See what countries are open at joinsherpa.com/map --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gregory-denning/message
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/321 Presented By: Reyr Gear, Dette Flies, Bearvault, Jackson Hole Fly Company Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors In this episode, we're fly fishing Iceland. Sindri Hlíðar Jónsson, co-owner and head guide at Fish Partner, walks us through what it's like to fish over there. We hear about which species are the most targeted and what you need to prepare for. Find out why there are no public waters and fisheries in Iceland - how all are privately owned and by whom. We also hear about the new lodge they're working on that has five different fisheries within a 20 mins drive. Tim Cammissa told us about his awesome trip to Iceland in a recent episode. Today, we confirm with Sindri why. Check out Sindri's Top 4 Tips for Fly Fishing Iceland. Hit that play button and you just might have your next destination! Fly Fishing Iceland Show Notes with Sindri 03:30 - Sindri and I connected at the Fly Fishing Show in Denver 04:45 - Sindri grew up in the suburb town of Reykjavic 06:00 - Fish Partner started in 2013 and Sindri started guiding there right then 06:50 - The 3 main species in Iceland are trout, Atlantic salmon, and arctic char 07:30 - Early April and into May is the start of the season to fish for sea-run browns. Salmon runs start coming in late June, July, and August. Then the fall, they get another round of the sea-run browns. The season closes on October 20th 09:20 - The best sea-run browns are located on the Southeast Coast of Iceland called, Skaftafell 10:30 - Fish Partner is opening a new lodge in June which will be called, Battle Hill Lodge, located right on the banks of one of the smaller tributaries, Thvera 12:30 - Hottest temperature month is July. Their big issue is the wind because it gets really windy up there so casting can be a challenge 13:44 - Sindri recommends bringing both single and double-handed rods - 7 and 8 wt, 12 and 13 foot 15:45 - Fish Partner have about 25 guides working for them 17:30 - Prime time for Atlantic salmon in Iceland is in July 19:20 - There is no such thing as public water in Iceland - all of the waters there are leased to outfitters, angling clubs, or whoever the highest bidder is 23:10 - Sea trout numbers have gone way up and Atlantic salmon in the last 2 years have been disappointing. 15 years ago, sea-run trout was not considered a sport fish in Iceland - they were "trash fish" or food so they make about 5 to 10 runs to the ocean and live up to 25 years 25:00 - They usually just catch and release. But if people want to have fish for the table, they can take you to the high mountain lakes and they're packed filled with arctic char - taking a few for sushi or the grill is fine for the fishery 29:00 - They use flies like Mickey Finn and Black Ghost. For nymphs, Pheasant Tail works great 30:30 - Start by emailing Fish Partner and tell them what you want to do and what you want to catch - they will set up a trip and the itinerary for you. Choose whatever day you want to start and finish, if it's available on their calendar, they will make it happen 32:15 - Sindri states that they have more fish in Iceland than in Norway and Scotland but their salmon are smaller. Norway has big salmons 33:15 - Iceland has some of the biggest sea trout. The only place you could compare it to is Argentina 38:40 - The two biggest hatches in Iceland are caddis and midges 39:45 - Reykjavic alone has about 12 fly shops. All Fish Partner lodges have small fly shops 45:00 - Most of the waters in Iceland have waterfalls because it's mountainous over there - there are about 10,000 waterfalls there 50:00 - Iceland is only about 5 hours flight from the US 52:30 - Sindri says do not eat or buy farmed Atlantic salmon and he tells us why. North Atlantic Salmon Fund is an organization dedicated to saving the North Atlantic Salmon from extinction. 54:25 - Super Tinsel and Hitch Tube are some of Sindri's go-to flies Fly Fishing Iceland Conclusion with Sindri So there you go. If you want to catch some of the largest sea-run trout.. If you want to catch arctic char and Atlantic salmon.. If you want to have the water all by yourself without competition.. If you want to enjoy nature and get away from people.. If you want just a 5-hour flight and get to your destination.. Visit Iceland! Don't forget to bring your thickest jacket! And bring more of them. Thanks for listening! Comment below if you find this blog post helpful. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/321
To celebrate Norway's national day, we reviewed 2 norwegian plays on patreon.com/booksboys. Dolls House by Henrik Ibsen, and this play by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, which we're making available for free for a few days. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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For our 80th episode, Radical Research detaches itself from the icy grips of Norway and takes a sojourn southward to France, a country whose history with death metal gives priority to quality over quantity. From 1990-1994, the chronically-underrated Supuration were busy at work creating their...
“I believe rehabilitation is a tribute to victims” Sturla speaks with columnist and convicted murderer James Erwin about the importance of tolerance when striving for a better society. During their conversation we learn about the difference between the UK's punitive approach in contrast with Norway's more compassionate philosphy in regard to correctional services. James also tells us about his own path from lawless to law abiding citizen. Tune in!
Show #1469 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Monday 16th May, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. NIO REACHES 500 TOTAL DELIVERIES IN NORWAY - The Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker opened its first local NIO Service Center in Norway on May 12 and delivered its 500th vehicle in the country at the opening ceremony, according to information shared Friday on the Norwegian version of the NIO app. - NIO announced its official entry into Norway, the company's first stop overseas, on May 6 of last year. Its first model offered in Norway is the ES8 SUV, and its flagship sedan, the ET7, is also expected to be available in the country this year. Original Source : https://cnevpost.com/2022/05/16/nio-reaches-500-total-deliveries-in-norway/ TESLA CHALLENGER NIO INC. DELIVERS ITS 200,000 ELECTRIC VEHICLE - Electric vehicle startup NIO Inc, which has emerged as one of China's promising new electric vehicle startups, has reached deliveries of 200,000 electric vehicles in the world's biggest auto market. - Reaching deliveries of 200,000 vehicles is a significant milestone for NIO after launching its first vehicle, the ES8 SUV, in 2018. As a result, NIO is becoming a serious competitor to Tesla in China. - NIO is also planning to launch its sixth battery-powered model soon named the ES7, which is an SUV that will compete with Tesla's Model Y and BMW's X5L SUV that's sold in the China market - NIO's vehicles are uniquely designed, as the batteries can be removed at one of the automaker's battery swap stations called "NIO Power". The entire swap process takes about 10 minutes. It offers a faster alternative of plugging in and waiting for the battery to charge, but also helps address the current lack of convenient EV charging infrastructure across China. - By the end of the year, the company said its will have in total over 1,300 Power Swap stations, 6,000 Power Chargers and 10,000 destination chargers online across China, including along China's famed Silk Road that links the eastern and western regions of China. - Under the BaaS model, if a customer decides to purchase a NIO electric vehicle and subscribe to use the 70kWh battery pack under the BaaS model, the purchase price drops by 70,000 yuan ($10,450). Customers then pay a monthly fee of 980 yuan ($146) for the battery pack itself. - NIO ET7 customers will also be offered a subscription service for NIO Autonomous Driving (NAD), the company's autonomous driving feature that's similar to Tesla's Autopilot. Original Source : https://www.futurecar.com/5405/Tesla-Challenger-NIO-Inc--Delivers-its-200000-Electric-Vehicle-a-Significant-Milestone LAMBORGHINI CONFIRMS ELECTRIC URUS IS COMING - Drive recently had the chance to sit down with Lamborghini design boss Mitja Borkert and talk about many different topics. Among them was a question about a potential zero-emissions variant of the super-SUV, to which Borkert initially confirmed the EV but then walked back a little. - “Sooner or later the Urus will be going electric… to be honest, the regulations in the world and also the social acceptance – the trend is going in this way for sure," the designer told the Australian publication. “I'm not saying right now that the Urus successor is going electric, but for these kinds of cars electrification makes more sense.” - As far as the rest of Lamborghini's lineup is concerned, Borkert confirmed the company will offer combustion power for as long as it is possible from a legal standpoint. The switch to electric powertrains, however, is inevitable. Original Source : https://uk.motor1.com/news/585827/lamborghini-urus-electric-version-rumours/ TESLA STOPS TAKING CYBERTRUCK ORDERS FROM EUROPE AND CHINA - Tesla will no longer be accepting orders for the Cybertruck from Europe or China, as demand for the vehicle far exceeds production for the foreseeable future. - According to Electrek, in May 2021 the Cybertruck forum released a crowdsourced reservation tally that showed over one million reservations for the electric pickup, and at the time of writing that number is reportedly close to 1.5 million, though this isn't something that Tesla has confirmed. - The Cybertruck will be built at Tesla's new Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, and reservations will continue to be open for North American buyers. Original Source : https://www.carscoops.com/2022/05/tesla-cybertruck-reservations-top-1-4-million-orders-from-europe-and-china-halted/ RIVIAN CHARGERS UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN MARYLAND - Rivian has begun construction of six DC fast chargers at a shopping center near Interstate 95 in Harford County - According to documents submitted to Harford County officials, an additional three spots will be prepared for future expansion for an eventual total of nine DCFC spots. - The Riverside Shopping Center where Rivian is building the chargers has a ShopRite grocery store (open 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM), McDonald's and Waffle House (both open 24 hours), plus a Walgreens, Subway, Riverside Pizzeria and Crab Du Jour restaurant. - Rivian plans to build more than 3,500 CCS fast chargers at over 600 sites in the U.S. and Canada by the end of 2023. These DC fast chargers will be part of the Rivian Adventure Network. - the text of a lease agreement between Rivian and the town of Salida, CO suggests that Rivian reserves the option to open some or all of the fast charger spaces to other electric vehicles. Original Source : https://pluginsites.org/rivian-chargers-under-construction-in-maryland/ PORSCHE 718 CAYMAN GT4 EPERFORMANCE REVEALS THE POTENTIAL OF MISSION R Original Source : https://newsroom.porsche.com/en/2022/motorsports/porsche-718-cayman-gt4-eperformance-mission-r-iaa-conceptual-study-test-valencia-spain-28359.html 2023 CHEVY BOLT EV, BOLT EUV PRODUCTION START PUSHED BACK Original Source : https://gmauthority.com/blog/2022/05/2023-chevy-bolt-ev-bolt-euv-production-start-pushed-back/ RENAULT CONSIDERS SPINNING OFF E-MOBILITY BUSINESS Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/05/15/renault-considers-spinning-off-e-mobility-business/ ELECTRIC CARS TO ACCOUNT FOR OVER 80% OF BATTERY DEMAND OVER NEXT 20 YEARS Original Source : https://www.mining.com/electric-cars-to-account-for-over-80-of-battery-demand-in-next-20-years-despite-current-challenges-report/ STEEP RISES IN BATTERY RAW MATERIALS PRICES Original Source : https://www.spglobal.com/commodityinsights/en/market-insights/blogs/metals/051122-battery-metals-lithium-cobalt-nickel-prices GM AND GLENCORE ENTER MULTI-YEAR COBALT SUPPLY AGREEMENT Original Source : https://chargedevs.com/newswire/gm-and-glencore-enter-multi-year-cobalt-supply-agreement/ TESLA'S SHANGHAI GIGAFACTORY DISPATCHES SECOND EXPORT SHIPMENT Original Source : https://global.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202205/16/WS6281fb45a310fd2b29e5cf9d.html QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM What's the best way to help educate your friends, family or colleagues about electric cars? 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The great British comeback that ended with just a point and the third Hughes brother has a big day. Our hosts break down Austria versus USA, Norway versus Great Britain, Italy's surprise start against Canada and Ronja Savolainen joins the crew to preview Finland's game against the United States.
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In Episode 111, Chey and Pav speak to Dwayne Morgan, spoken word artist and musician from Toronto, Ontario Canada. Dwayne talks about his journey through poetry and spoken word from early in his career and the power and importance of storytelling, 30 years ago when he started and also now. Dwayne Morgan is a two-time Canadian National Poetry Slam Champion. He began his career as a spoken word artist in 1993. In 1994, he founded Up From The Roots entertainment, to promote the positive artistic contributions of African Canadian and urban influenced artists. Morgan is a 2022 finalist for the Toronto Arts Foundation Celebration of Cultural Life Award, the 2018 winner of the Sheri-D Wilson Golden Beret Award for Career Achievement in the Spoken Word, a 2016 finalist for the Premier's Award for Excellence in the Arts, and in 2013, Morgan was inducted into the Scarborough Walk of Fame. Dwayne's work ethic has taken him across Canada, the United States, Jamaica, Turkey, Trinidad, Bermuda, Barbados, England, Scotland, Belgium, Budapest, Germany, France, Norway, Ghana, and Holland. His emphasis on quality has driven his success and has made him a well-respected component of Toronto's urban music community, as well as the North American, and Global, spoken word scenes. Find out more about Dwayne Morgan: Website dwaynemorgan.ca Twitter @dwayne_morgan Instagram @dwayne_morgan Facebook theofficialdwaynemorganpage YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/DwayneMorganCreates The Chey and Pav Show! A rich discussion with several a-ha! moments throughout. Tune into this great chat, and as always, be a part of it by tagging @Staffpodcast #CheyandPav on Twitter! Tell us what you think, interact, and give us your feedback and reflections. Check out our podcast episodes, Chey & Pav's LIVE radio show, "The Drive on VoicEd Radio," our Blog and all the other amazing things they are up to at CheyandPav.com! If you're looking for dynamic presenters for professional development, or a seminar or keynote address for a conference, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Chey and Pav Educational Services, Inc.
King Harold Godwinson of England would see his country invaded by army led by his brother Tostig and King Harald Hardrada of Norway. In this episode of Bow and Blade, Kelly and Michael discuss the Norwegian invasion of 1066, which culminated at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Support this podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists
Prophetic Visions: Warning to Northern Europe, France, and the Baltics Visions/Dreams/Words mentioned: (April 15th Vision of dollar plummeting) https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-vision-dollar-plummets-and-russia-progresses (May 5th 2022 Vision of Russia Taking/winning Ukraine) https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-dream-russia-takes-ukraine (May 6th Vision of Northern Europe Fleeing) https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-vision-warning-to-europe-france-and-the-baltics-winter-season-2022-2023 (May 23rd 2021 Vision Warning to France) https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-warning-to-paris-france (May 10th 2021 Vision of War coming to Europe) https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/major-prophetic-update-prophetic-dream-warning-to-england-5-11-21 (May 17th 2021 Vision War coming to United States) https://www.tribeofchristians.com/single-post/prophetic-vision-war-coming-with-china For more information about the Tribe of Christians please visit: https://www.TribeofChristians.com
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This episode we find ourselves in Norway looking at some pretty awesome archaeological finds, that for a couple years are no longer available to the public. So sit down and prepare your ears because we're going in. Viking Ship Museum Museum of the Viking Age Objects found with the Oseberg Ship If you want to see more links, images and references then you can't go past the Destination: History website.
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In this episode, I have the opportunity to speak with Alex Hagerup who is solving the problem of using AI to take costs out of your business. Grant Hey, everybody, welcome to another episode of ClickAI Radio. So today I have someone that I have been admiring by looking at his background, here with me today to talk about some amazing aspects of his journey to solve business problems leveraging technology, specifically AI which is quite cool. Anyway, let me stop right there. And welcome Alex Hager group. Hello, Alex. Alex Hey, Grant. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. Grant Thank you. Thanks for being here today and for taking the time. I know you're getting ready to head off trans continental here pretty soon on a trip. So thanks for for jumping on this conversation here today. Alex Absolutely. It's exciting being able to travel again. So I going home to the Motherland for a few weeks is exciting. I haven't been there for more than a few days, for the last three years, actually. So I'm definitely excited. Grant Have have have the COVID situations and those numbers pretty good over there at this point. Alex Yeah, everything is fine. So Norway is completely open again. And it's all good. But But Norway was one of those countries that really looked down hard. And also since the US didn't allow non US residents to actually come back into the country. If you left. It was just a problematic situation to go to Europe in general. Wow. Grant Yeah. What a great opportunity to get home to family. Well, thanks for taking your time here with me today on this. So Vic AI. All right, who is Vic AI? What happened here? How to what are you? What are you solving? What what problem? Are you looking to address with Vic? Ai? Alex Yeah, absolutely. So I'll take a little bit of the background to set that up. So I, I've always been very interested in both accounting, finance and technology. So this is a company that lives in the intersection of those. My mom had her own accounting firm. So I grew up there, which probably influenced my interest for for accounting in general. And I built a couple of companies. But one that I spent three years with just prior to starting, Aki was a cloud ERP system, an accounting and accounting platform that was being used by about 30 40,000 companies back then it's about 80 90,000. Now, and during working there, you know, observe the sort of, let's say, the challenges of accounting and the manual, repetitiveness, the tediousness, all of that from, you know, every day you felt it? Grant Where? I mean, what is the excitement in that? Right? I mean, where's the excitement? Yeah. Did you credit that properly? Alex Oh, gosh, yeah, exactly. So so we were we were just observing this. And then this was back in 2014 15. Just before we started with AI started having a new, you know, like a new summer or a new renaissance in a way and, and we were thinking like this has to be we can maybe like we can solve this in a better way than how the technology has solved it so far. And after some deliberation, we sort of thought that we could create AI algorithms that would be able to actually do accounting transaction processing better than humans. Grant Because that's a really key point I think you're making. So the way that we've been solving this problem up to this point has been, let me take the tasks that we do and just automate the tasks themselves. Right. In other words, let me take your actual transactional activities that you're working through, and just put some increased processing to that. That's how it's historically been done, right? Alex Yep. Correct. And that's been entirely driven by rules, right? So, you know, transaction, Uber, transportation, as, you know, rules based automation, right? And there are all sorts of problems with that. It's obviously better than doing everything manually, right? So we aren't we're progressing through stages there. If you go back before the spreadsheets, you know, everything was done entirely manually. So we are progressing here, but, but what we're building is not next face that comes off there, you know, what everyone is using today, all over the world. And, you know, AI will solve this in a more scalable and gracious way and more more effectively. So that was all right. Yeah. Grant Yeah. So real quick on that, can you articulate how is that different? Right? Because all of us come from this rules based way of thinking. So what is it that AI is going to do better? How will it do it differently than what we're used to? Alex Yeah, I mean, that's a that's a great question. It's kind of the essence as well. So when you when you look at how it happens today, it's not only rules are not only automation, it's automation, and a lot of human hours involved. So you can always ask yourself, why are all those human hours involved? If it's automation, right? So so it begs the question, right, so what happens in reality is that sort of rules and templates and RPA isn't sufficient, because there's so many edge cases, and there's so much variability in the world of accounting. So you know, rules only takes you so far. And then you have to staff up and have human cognitive reasoning step in and do the rest of it. So where AI comes in is that it can do both of those things. So it does the automation without rules, and it can do the reasoning that humans are there to do today. So I always say that AI is, is great at sort of mimicking that reasoning that humans are doing. So one of the areas that we're in is invoice processing. And when I give an invoice to any human, you know, it will always tell me, oh, that's the vendor, you know, that's the invoice number, lots of total costs. But that's not obvious to a computer. And if you're gonna write rules for every variability in the world, you can just end up writing too many rules. So it's just not a, it's not a great technology for it. And AI is way better. So it's just like in the early stages, so that's next sort of digital transformation, transformation journey that we're all. So as Grant So as you know, when you're working in the AI space, and you're saying, Oh, I'm going to apply AI to a particular problem, you end up building different models with different AI characteristics based on the nature of the problem, some more aggression based some more sort of classification based, as your people as your customers look to use your platform, do they get exposed to any of that? Are they even aware of what elements or aspects of AI are at play? Or? Or do they just jump in and start solving the problems they're used to, and then the right sort of AI model behind the scene is executing on their behalf? Alex Yeah, we've hidden all of that from our customers. So we do try to keep sort of Explainable AI in the way where our user interface is explaining why our AI predicted something. But we've kept all of the complexity, so sort of models and model training. And all of that is in the background, we decided to do like an end to end service where the customer, they don't really need to do anything technical. It's, it's, you know, just another SAS subscription that they're using, that they plug into one of their processes. And then we deal with all of the complexity of the models, both global models and AI models, specifically the same for each customer. So we keep all of that complexity hidden. Grant That's awesome. That way, I'm not touching any of that as the end user. So if I see the name Vic AI, I don't need to shy away and say, Oh, wait, I need to be an AI expert. It's more that this is the enabling technology. And it just turns out that you've made that simple for the people without needing to know that Wait a minute. So that brings a question on my use, you know, one of the challenges around AI is the whole notion around bias. And, and, and with the cognizance that's required for humans up to this point, and still largely today to do you know, counting processes. Therefore, that has the opportunity for some bias that comes in right terms of the way things get handled. How do you deal with that then in terms of applying AI so that that bias doesn't creep through? Alex Yeah, it's a great question. And it's a challenge for everything where we're data sets are involved in training, AI. So one of the ways that so one of The one of the good things with accounting data, if you start with that is that it's ultimately numbers and classifications. And you, you kind of want to have that, right? Because otherwise your your books of your business is wrong. So unless you want them to be wrong, you know, you have a very good incentive to keep this right. SO into SO, you know, I think we generally see kind of less less bias in accounting data, and then some other more like subjective data in a way. And then also we draw on data across 1000s and 1000s of customers. So we have customers in both Europe and the US and many other many other regions as well, but the little fewer and most of the concentration in Europe and US. And in all sorts of industries and all sorts of sizes, we have about 13,000 customers on the platform now. So when you start looking at such a wide data set, you also hopefully reduce some of some of that bias. And then you also have auditing processes that sort of sits at the end of their accounting. And hopefully also they'll you know, annually they'll catch corrections, and also fed in as well to make AI. So those are some of the tactics. Basically, it's all about keeping clean data, so that our predictions are accurate. That's really what we're trying to get to. Grant Yeah, boy, that's that's so critical, especially as you pointed out with the with the need to of course, be accurate for the business for sure. All right, so So let's say that you've got this data, you've cleaned it up, you've done the preparation, you're on the Vic AI platform, the question now in my mind becomes, therefore, what changes in the lives of the people that adopt this right and others, they may change? I'm supposing something about the way they do their daily work, or the way the CFO does certain things, or maybe even impact on regulations and audits. I mean, what's the impact of the organization when when this gets adopted? Alex Yeah, I'm also in question. And I want to point out also that the beginning of getting getting live with Vicki AI isn't complex for a customer, because we built an automated system to ingest and clean their historical data, which then goes into our system automatically and train our AI algorithms so that when we go live, we have, you know, pretty good knowledge of what's going to be predicted. We know your system, we know your accounting, we know how you do things. So when you start pushing new transactions through our classification, accuracy is high. And there's no complexity for the customer. In that process, it basically happens automatically in the background. Once you are live with Vic AI, some things will will change. But it doesn't sort of change. Like overnight. One of the things with AI is it gets better and better over time. And one of the things we're driving towards is what we call full autonomy. And full autonomy is you know, the AI's version of automation. But it means that it has perceived this not to need human review. And that's when it's fully autonomous. So that's our sort of end goal with the autonomy of transactions is that, you know, the AI system is perfectly confident in the work that it has been doing. So it doesn't even ask a human to review it. So this this increases over time. So when you start with Aki, you, you have a you know, you have a better interface, you have a smoother operation, you have already probably 50% time reduction in the first month of using the system. Grant Let me stop you on that right there. 50%. So, that would be 50% of those that are doing sort of the daily operational activities, or is that of the CFO? Or who who is that, that that percent impacted? Alex Yeah, that's on the accounting team that is doing the processing. So if you're doing you know, if you have five people or if you have 15 people doing invoice processing, whether they are onshore or offshore, you know, just in the beginning, you can drastically reduce that, and then that percentage just increases over time because you're substituting the AI for for for human FTE. So basically, and and what we see is that everyone wants to do something else than just sit and do like data entry and accounting classification, right? You you, you can be more proactive, you can do more value added work than that. And we're sort of at that phase now where the AI can substitute that's partly augments and also fully run things autonomously. So when you put this in place, in the beginning, there is a little bit of effect right away but you know, you got to read the sign some of your some of your processes and some of your routines because you have a platform here now that is doing Most of the work for you, and you're just reviewing and you're reviewing the AI and training the AI to become more autonomous. So you've got a little on my mind shifts, and some sort of routines, you don't need to double and triple check, check in have four people involved in reviewing, you know, one thing because the AI can tell you how confident it is. And if it is very confident, maybe you can have one person review it in the beginning, and then eventually it will be fully autonomous. If it's less confident, then it will also tell you, and you can review it in more detail. So it's pretty, it's pretty, pretty fascinating. Grant It is dang fascinating. And I'm assuming that there are some that have run into this, and they've worried about their jobs, right? They're like, wait a minute, you're taking my tasks away from me? Do you have to help them overcome that fear and say, hey, you know, you're gonna move towards more value added activities within the organization? Have you run into that problem? Alex So it will we see is that it's, everyone is just squeezed on time, right? Everyone's trying to hit the deadline of the month, the clothes and all of that. So it there is no shortage of work to be done in the accounting piece. And, and just having, you know, having faster turnaround time having more accurate data, because AI is more accurate than humans, like it doesn't fat fingers thinks the same way. And when it's uncertain, it asked for a human verification, a human looks at it, and then you get more accurate than then all the way. So we see that, you know, there's no shortage of things to do. Everyone wants to progress their careers. And I don't really perceive that as an actual problem. But it is like a, you know, people think about that as a problem, but I don't think it is in reality. Grant So this has been several years and coming. When did you start this 2 to 3 years ago? Alex Yeah, early 2017, was 5 years. Grant Okay, that's, that's awesome. And you built this ground up, meaning all of AI development AI technology that your organization's created, right? Alex Yeah, exactly. I mean, it's been challenging. That's why it's taken taken quite a few years, as well as because you we started, you know, completely scratch, and we had to figure everything out. So one of the things that sets the KPI apart a little bit as part of our founding story, where we were able to start the company, we had access to a gigantic data sets of accounting transactions, and all corresponding documents to that. So that helped us just spend the first two years we just spent on data analysis, data science and machine learning development, because we had some thesis and theories that this could work, but we didn't know. So it just had to do that in the beginning, for for a couple of years. So when we saw that this actually has promised, like, we were predicting more and more accurately, and you know, we're gonna get to this inflection point where it's better to use PKI, that do not use PKI. And at that point, people will use it, and then, you know, continue growing more and more customers and more and more data and more and more corrections, and better and better predictions. So we realized we would get to that point. And then, you know, then we raised the seed round back in 2017. And, you know, started developing, Grant What a great journey. I love this story. So tell me about impact outcomes. So you talked about a large number of customers that are using the platform now, what is what's been the results that they've seen? Alex Yeah, so we see. So there's a couple of numbers that we that we statistically enroll from the from the customers, we see that customers have about 80% reduction in the overall time spent on the process. And that comes from two things. One is the percent of fully autonomous. So let's say you're 50%, fully autonomous, that means you spent zero time on 50% of your volume. And then that other part, we've drastically reduced the number of minutes in two seconds. For each transaction a human has to review because the AI has done all the upfront work, humans just reviewing it, rather than sort of processing it from scratch. So you're at seconds rather than minutes. This turns into sort of an 80% reduction in in time. You also have things that we do like prevent duplicate payments, and we have some fraud detection in the system. So you also have some of those benefits that can turn into multimillion dollar when you have a large enough cost base. And then we have audit trails in the system, which helps with figuring out you know, making sure that you know, all of the approvals are doing rights. If anyone has changed in amount or something. It's all logged into the system electronically. So you have some some compliance and auditing benefits from it as well. But right now the main, the main effective impact our customers have, and we typically sell to the mid market and enterprise. So these are larger organizations, they can have hundreds of 1000s, or millions even have sort of vendor bills per, per year, and a substantial amount of people and resources involved in dealing with that problem. So they see very significant ROI from it. Grant So to sell into that particular group, then I'm assuming you've got to have a decent amount of integrations into all of their incumbent systems, right, all of their ERP systems and CRM systems, etc. Right? What does that look like? Alex Yeah, that's, that's true. So we build out these connectors as we as we go, it does, for each connector, the first time we build it, it does take a little bit of time. And then once we have that connect, for instance, you know, to NetSuite or intact or Oracle, the, you know, the next customers that we bring on board, we can leverage the same connector. So it is it is some work initially to build out all of the ones that we need. And then you can grow and scale on top of that for the customer. This is no complexity like we're taking not on completely. So the only thing we need is to know what type of system they have. And we develop that connector as part of the offering. Grant So let's talk about looking to the future in terms of when I'm doing FPA, a financial planning and analysis and I'm, I'm looking at my numbers, and I want to leverage a view into the future. How does something like this help an organization with that? Alex Yeah, that's a, that's a beautiful question. And a big passion of mine, actually. So what we're doing now sets us up to solve that specific problem. So if you think of where we are, now we're in accounting. And what you're talking about is more finance, which is what we'll dive into the idea and the vision that we are getting to is that we want to develop an AI that's basically is a real time cost optimization engine that serves predictions and monitors that in real time, we will be able to help you project kind of what your cost base should be, and how you could reduce spend in various categories and with various vendors. That's that's the piece that we're trying to solve as part of that equation of the of the future. So that you always have multiple pieces of the accounting equation, you have the cost side, you have the revenue side, you have adjustments and close process. And we're trying to stay within one of them for now. And make sure we sold provide real true value in that swim lane before we move on from from there. Grant Yes, I think that part's fascinating, as well, I've seen and interacted with organizations that are trying to leverage shift P and A even into capacity and resource planning, and trying to figure out what that looks like, and especially with it what's going on in the world today, right, with certainly high inflation and certainly supply chain challenges. The need for this kind of capability, I think is dire. Right. I think having the ability to provide something like this sooner rather than later is really crucial. Alex Yeah, definitely. And I think the technology has the ability to hold much more context and see data across all of the things that buck forms, like ours can do in in, in a compliant and anonymized ways, you can see data patterns, you know, across different companies. So you can inform yourself, no more than just sitting looking at your own data sitting inside your own office and their own silo. So that I will, you know, in the future greatly help with, you know, capacity planning, or, you know, cost reduction initiatives and so on. So I think that's one of the powers of sort of, like the cloud combined with with AI and big data, if it's leveraged in the in the right way. Grant And so if I go back just one moment on something, so if we take an AI model, and and we take it through a data set, and we were able to get sort of two key views at it, one is sort of more hindsight, right? One sort of looking backwards, right? It's the AI is looking at it saying here were the drivers that that contributed to the certain behavior, right? So it's more analytic Right. But then there's the other style of using it, which is looking forward, which is more predictive. And oh, okay, here's, here's where based on things we've seen, here's what the high predictive sort of correlations are opportunities are things that we expect moving in the future. When you when you look at Vic AI, and everything that you're providing, do you focus more on one side versus the other? Or you're combining both of those views together? Alex Hmm...yeah, we so in the, in the course of the work in the platform we have now, so every thing we do is a prediction on new data. So that means a new so if you sort of break it down into like, there's a new signal or a new transaction, or a new document coming in, that we've never seen before. And, and the platform then predicts what this is, Donald to vary like line item level detail, how to classify it, and so on. So it does predict this based on the algorithmic design, and the historical data that it seen both for this customer and globally. So it sort of is our engines are purely predictive in terms of what they're trying to predict what's going on. And you can extend that to two other parts, like we just discussed on the cost side as well. You can predict how how you should, you know, maybe they'll just classify this cost, but like, how, what your cost base should consist of a new look at categories. And you can sort of predict this based on your own current spend your growth in the company and maybe other comparable companies, so you can start predicting a journey based on the same technologies. Grant Awesome. So quick question for you, as COVID started to hit, obviously, a couple of years ago, and large companies have their AI models, you know, out there deployed, we're running, suddenly that disruption created an impact to the way in which business was typically being done, right. Not all industries were hit. But certainly a lot of industries are hit. And therefore, business operations changed. And the way in which people conducted business altered, which meant then, that those models were making assumptions based on former operational models, right former ways in which people executed, and therefore invalidated some of those predictive characteristics or capabilities of those models, which meant then, as you know that they had to go do some rework, right had to reduce retraining, right and update the data sets and so forth. So to what degree does Vic AI continually learn, right, so as you pointed out, you get a new document you've never seen before. At some point, I'm assuming it pulls it into its corpus, right? And it continues to learn or relearn on that. Can you talk to that? Alex Yeah. And it's a key feature of the platform, which, which is actually pretty enjoyable when you see it working in reality. So we, so for every transaction that goes through our platform, or every invoice or vendor Bill divest process through our platform, that leaves that leaves us with some learnings. So, you know, it's either it's corrected, and we made a prediction and a human chose to change it. Right? That is something that is fed back into our data set, and also our learning database of sort of, why would that ever happen? What did we get wrong in this prediction? And so for every prediction that we do, we learn something because if we predict something, and it's correct, we also learned something. So you know, we have millions of transactions just flowing through the system every month. And for each of them, we learn something so the system then improves basically, for each transaction that goes through the system. The level of, you know, transaction processing we're at isn't really affected by kind of like global changes, like you mentioned, for for COVID. Like, the only thing that could happen is you suddenly have some some new transaction because you need to do something differently, or you may have fewer transaction, which then just you know, is additive to our system. So you know, we will get something maybe we'll have lower confidence on this because this is something new. So you know, you will have a human come in there and tell the system what to do with this. And then that will be additive to the to the data sets and, and all the algorithmic design, if that makes sense. Grant It makes total sense. Absolutely. Yeah. And I loved how you tied the two together which is, well, I'm still gonna have the transaction. Although the world the macro world around me is changing the transaction occurs while may change is the rate of them. or how, or maybe even maybe even the units or the number of units, etc, right things like that will certainly or could change because of disruption. Being able to predict or understand how the organization can respond to, to disruption, I think becomes more and more critical, as we seem to continue to have more disruptions in business. Right? That happens a lot. Alex Yeah, absolutely. And I mean, what happened with with COVID specifically was also a lot of disruption in how people worked. And, you know, they were used to working from home and, you know, we have some, some of our customers, they have millions of invoices a year, which means, like, 1000s of invoices a day and, you know, suddenly you have, your whole workforce is like, not as productive as they were when something like this happens. But you know, you still need or your your system to be updated, you still need to pay your vendors on time. And otherwise, you know, you'll incur fees, and it'll so just like having an AI system in there that doesn't sort of care about those things. It has the same throughput and outputs 24/7 all year around, makes you very resilient for for sort of things like that are like workforce changes. Grant So that's the right word resilient, you want that organizational resilience, and as the point I wanted to drive out, which is, even though there's these disruptions that take place, most of which are outside of our control, getting our companies into a position to handle and respond properly or well, to that, or to pivot is what organizational resilience is about. And my experience has been AI is one of those tools to help us do that. Yeah, that's, that's awesome. Okay, I want to ask you a very forward looking question. Right? You're ready? Yeah, sure. All right. So I'm not going to ask what are you going to do Norway? Or what I'm asking is tell me about blockchain? What does that mean to you in your world and things that you're doing? Alex Yeah, I mean, that's, we've been thinking about that. And, to be, to be honest, we haven't really seen yet the connection between specifically what we do and how to leverage a blockchain effectively, I like the technology of a blockchain is really awesome. And it can unlock a lot of things. But it doesn't mean that you need to use it for everything. One thing that I think could be an interesting exploration is when you start looking at accounting, ERP data, and whether the accounting systems could run and have their data in a blockchain that is verifiable, to prevent all sorts of, you know, fiddling with the data. That could be an interesting application for for blockchain in in our area. And there's clearly things around, you know, like money movement and value movements that blockchain can solve pretty pretty well. So just in the layer where we are, we haven't really found a great application that applies to us with the blockchain. Yes, but I think that technology is super fascinating. And I think that there are many areas where it is a superior technology to sort of like the trust based system that we have now. And it's an epic thing, when you can run that successfully in a resilient way. Grant When you think and that that makes a lot of sense. It's, it's got some, as you pointed out some interesting potential benefits to the industry. But I suppose at some point, it doesn't really matter where the transaction sits for you, right, in terms of the problem that you're solving, right? In other words, whether it's sitting on a blockchain or it's somewhere else and an Oracle ERP or whatever, right to it, at some point, that probably doesn't matter. Right? Alex Yeah, for us, the Store of the the sort of the store of the data ultimately is for us in the ERP system. And we are not an ERP system, we just layer on top of the ERP systems. So that is the ultimate sort of storage of the data. And that's where if, if, if at all the like blockchain technology could be leveraged to, to kind of store data in in a safe and transparent way. But there's also some new or some transparency issues with accounting data as well, that's going to be kept in mind. Grant Yeah, I would imagine that one of the greatest use cases to for what it is you provide is in the area of fraud to fraud detection, right the ability to regardless of where the data sitting, and regardless if it's on a blockchain or in an ERP system, you Your ai i would imagine would help to discover or uncover some of those potential opportunities. Is that accurate? Alex Yeah. And you have this this platform benefit as well is what if one customer sort of reports. So what happens a lot is just invoice fraud, right? You have, you have invoices that are not from the vendor that they appear to be from. And you have different variations of trying to change payment details, and you know, all of that. So when you see when you see data across 1000s of customers, you, you have a way of detecting those things, and at least flagging them for like, Hey, someone should have an extra look at this, because something may be up, if we're all good with it, that's fine. But you know, have an extra Look at this. And for people, you know, when we, as people, when we're doing something for six hours straight, you know, the last few hours, we're just like, you know, we're just clicking enter and trying to get, you know, the day over with, and, and things can easily pass by that shouldn't pass by. So this is this is problematic in two ways. Number one, your accounting data could end up being wrong, like you just have things that are misclassified. And then you can have things that are, you know, paid, or you're paid twice, or you pay the wrong thing, or you pay an extra zero, you have all of these things that are just humans are it's easy for humans to do those mistakes. And you just want to sort of get rid though those with a technology that can help you remove all of those errors. And we know how, you know, a billion dollar cost base? Just you know, half a percent is, you know, quite a lot. Grant A big number. Yeah, it is. Yeah, you'd hate to get false positives on a fraud situation, right, where you might be accusing someone that, that they've conducted fraud, when in fact it was was just a mistake. This is fascinating technology. So, Alex, where do people go to? I mean, where can you point them to, to learn more about you and your organization? Alex Yeah, I mean, the website is, is the safest place to go right now. So just go to Vic.ai. And we have, we have a good bit of marketing collateral and informative collateral blog posts, we try to educate the customers and the finance team. So finance teams are interestingly, you know, they're, they're not buying new things that often because you know, your ERP system, you have it for a very long time, which which you definitely should. So you know, you're not like a high. There's no high velocity necessarily on procuring things for the finance team. And, and we try to do a lot of educational material as well, because AI is new, but it has true effects or the finance team, and they'll find them blog, blog posts and collateral and can happily reach out to us and we'll help guide anyone through the process. Grant Oh, okay. That's, that's awesome. Alex, you've been so generous with your time here today, especially as you're getting ready to jet off into the sunrise just real quick. Any last comments that you want to share? Alex Um, I think this has been this has been a cool chats. It's been it's been really good. I love talking about, of course, AI and our company, but also the technologies in general. So I think this has been been super cool. And I think that it, you know, it's just wanted to say that we've we've spent a long time building the platform, so glad it's not complex for the customers right now, all of the AI performance, which is actually mind blowing, but you have no level of complexity. So, you know, if you if you want to get started with with AI for a function, this is a very specific function within invoice processing, where you can deploy AI, get the effects out of it with no complexities, and we'll deal with all of that for you. Grant That's actually the beauty of this, you know, to be able to get that down to a few points. Now splint clicks on a SaaS solution. They have all that taken care of, I've written my share of AI code, and oh, my goodness, the fact that you've handled that so seamlessly for the business people is huge. Nice job. Really great job on that. Yeah. Thanks. Great. Alex Thank you. Grant Thanks for taking the time today. Again, Alex. My gosh, this is awesome, everyone. Thanks for listening to another episode of ClickAI Radio. And until next time, go check out Vic.ai. Thank you for joining Grant on ClickAI Radio. Don't forget to subscribe and leave feedback. And remember to download your free ebook, visit clickairadio.com Now.
The FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards return to Shudder this weekend and as expected, the nominees are an exciting bunch. 2021 was a good year for horror fans and we reminiscence over what we liked best. One us surprises even themselves with a best picture selection, we talk about a polarizing debut, and Danny talks about a movie he has never seen before.The Innocents does not sound like it is going to be anything special. A group of kids discover they have powers. This starts out as good clean fun before quickly becoming something more sinister. The Norwegian film subverts expectations by telling a much deeper film than expected. We also talk about the drudgery of Norway and argue over whether calling it an X-Men story is too reductive.Netflix has become a giant in the movie industry. They are such a fixture at awards shows that sometimes it is hard to forget how much content they pump out. Despite its success, Blood Red Sky ended up being forgotten rather quickly. The movie combines vampires, hijackers, and an annoying kid and gives audiences a movie they never asked for. But that does not mean they did not need it.Adventures in Movies! is a part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Morbidly Beautiful is your one stop shop for all your horror needs. From the latest news and reviews to interviews and old favorites, it can be found at Morbidly Beautiful.Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AdventuresinMo1.Music in the background from https://www.FesliyanStudios.com
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Two of this year's Eurovision hopefuls, Cornelia Jakobs and MARO, meet three former contestants - SuRie, Dami Im and KEiiNO's Alexandra Rotan - to discuss how writing music in rooms with strangers is like speed dating, the expectation that fans have of their sound, why there's no formula to win the competition, and the strength in simplicity. Susanna Marie Cork, better known as SuRie, was the 2018 UK entry for the competition. Dance-pop singer-songwriter Alexandra Rotan is a member of the super group KEiiNO, who represented Norway in 2019. Stockholm-based singer-songwriter Cornelia Jakobs is representing Sweden in this year's Eurovision, taking place in Turin, Italy, while MARO is representing Portugal. Korean-Australian pop singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dami Im came second in the 2016 competition.
This is a special edition of the podcast, the Big IPCC edit.IPCC reports are notoriously hard to read - they are long and very technical. This means that few people actually read them.But they matter to all of us - the insights from these reports affect the way we vote, invest, consume and just generally how we live our lives.To make this bumper episode, I talked to three different authors from three chapters in the latest Working Group 3 report on mitigation solutions.Demand-side solutions, a fast growing area of knowledge, the new, good news chapter of the entire reportInvestment and finance - volume of literature on this tripled between previous 2014 assessment and this oneLong-term emissions pathways - the heart of net zeroIn the second segment, I talk to Joyashree Roy, Coordinating Lead Author for the new chapter on demand, services and social aspects of mitigation. This is a big deal, as previous reports focused mostly on supply-side solutions like renewable energies. But this report shows with high confidence that demand-side strategies can reduce 40-70% of emissions across all sectors.But first, I talk to Christa Clapp and Glen Peters from the CICERO Centre for International Climate Research in Norway.Our conversation is an important primer for anyone who wants to get their head around net zero. Among the highlights: why the “three more years to reduce emissions” thing is wrong. Why peak emissions are an important signal for the oil and gas sector, and why does the report have an entire chapter on finance and investment, yet the IPCC doesn’t target financial decision makers with its report?We also talk about #climatetwitter - how is it changing and what does that mean for the IPCC and its reports?What we talked about:Part One: Christa Clapp and Glen Peters2.35 The finance chapter is 3 times bigger than in the previous assessment. A lot is happening, but we still don’t know the impact of that activity6.31 Why “three more years to reduce the emissions curve” is an error, one that sends the wrong signal about having more time10.02 What is “peak emissions” and why does it matter? In fact, what matters most is the reduction after the peak. (Glen)11:59 The language around peak emissions matters to the oil and gas sector because it affects decisions around when to reduce production. Most oil and gas majors in their scenarios have emissions peaking between 2030 and 2040.15.44 Emissions were back at 2019 levels in 2021. So we’re essentially at a new peak emisssions. 18.20 War in Ukraine is driving new interest in nuclear, and we’re starting to see nuclear energy deals being labelled as green.22.08 Everyone agrees climate specialists from different areas such as finance and carbon cycle specialists should communicate and collaborate more, but there are many barriers.27.08 Glen says that an Integrated Assessment Model is like a jack of all trades but a master of none. 28.22 The finance sector is a whole new consumer group for climate scenarios, and sometimes this means they use the scenarios in a way they weren’t intended. We should be clearer about what the models are doing and not doing, and provide extra information.29.21 The IPCC doesn’t target financial decision makers as an audience with their reports. 30.18 One thing the scientific literature shows is that all the activity in the finance sector is focused on financial regulation around climate risk transparency, which builds capacity within institutions but does not, for the moment, drive emissions reductions. 34.33. Glen talks about climate twitter and how it’s changed in recent years.Part Two: Joyashree Roy42:02 Literature on demand solutions has proliferated since the Fifth Assessment, especially from the social sciences.44.38 Lifestyle and behaviour changes can reduce energy demand and our carbon footprint without reducing our wellbeing49:07 Demand-side strategies can reduce 40-70% of emissions across all sectors.53:53 A big focus of the literature is human desire for health and wellbeing over accumulation of material goods. In order to drive more sustainable consumption patterns, we need social movements, role models to support social acceptability of these new patterns of consumption.57:06 Policies can change behaviour, for example putting a tax on status consumption items.1:05 We need to set wellbeing as our goal and not income and material accumulation.Thanks for listening!☕☕☕ If you enjoyed this ad-free podcast and feel that you’ve learned something, you can say thank you by buying me a coffee. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit thezeroist.substack.com
Topics: J.D. Vance's phony populism; That female prison guard; Admitting you're wrong; Guests With Time Codes (00:35) David Does the News: Infant formula shortage; Starbucks fires union organizers; Record gun deaths in America; Record drug overdoses in America; Inflation; ICE is America's Gestapo (1:07:01) "Turtle" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel (1:11:57) Jason Myles (co-host of "This is Revolution" podcast) (1:28:34) Professor Ben Burgis (his new book is "Canceling Comedians While The World Burns") J.D. Vance's Unbelievably Phony Populism: Against basic safety net programs for low-income families, and backed by libertarian billionaire Peter Thiel, the Ohio GOP Senate candidate is about as populist as Gordon Gekko. J.D. Vance is many things. He's a bestselling author. He's a venture capitalist. He's the founder of an “anti-opioid” nonprofit that “spent more than 95 percent of its 2017 fundraising on staff salaries and overhead, and $0 on charitable activities or grants.” One thing he can't be called with a straight face is a “populist.” (2:02:16) The Herschenfelds: Dr. Philip Herschenfeld (Freudian psychoanalyst), and Ethan Herschenfeld (his new comedy special "Thug, Thug Jew" is streaming on YouTube) That female prison guard who helped her lover escape; They say she suffered from Hybristophilia. What is hybristophilia and are women turned on by bad guys? Mayor Ed Koch's bizarre tombstone (2:39:20) Jose Arroyo (Comedy writer and cartoonist. His new comic book is "Somewhere In L.A.: A Book Of Hours") Jose Arroyo treats us to a series of cartoons rejected by The New Yorker (3:07:00) Quizmaster Dan Frankenberger questions our knowledge about The Price Is Right (3:20:26) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (Americans United for Separation of Church and State) w/ Reverend Rob Schenck (founder of The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Institute in Washington, DC, and author of "Costly Grace: An Evangelical Minister's Rediscovery of Faith, Hope and Love") (4:21:45) The Professors And Mary Anne: Professors Mary Anne Cummings, Jonathan Bick, Ann Li, Adnan Husain PLUS: ASMR for your eyeballs - Kitchen ASMR with Joe in Norway (5:14:19) Professor Harvey J. Kaye ("FDR on Democracy") and Alan Minsky (executive director of Progressive Democrats of America) (6:18:20) Emil Guillermo (host of the PETA Podcast, and columnist for The Asian American Legal Defense And Education Fund) w/ Kathy Guillermo (PETA) The Kentucky Derby An 80-1 longshot wins. But gets punched after the race by an abusive outrider. How PETA is trying to end $230 million a year N.Y. pays to racetracks as corporate welfare. Also, the abuse of workers at the race track.
Predator Free Wellington has brought in a four legged reinforcement to track down the last remaining ship rats on the Miramar Peninsula. Efforts to get rid of weasels and Norway rats have been successful and now it's time for the final swoop. Our visual journalist Samuel Rillstone has the story.
Norway's oil fund has slammed “corporate greed” and excessive executive pay, some former Ukrainian officials believe their forces could push Russian troops out before the end of the year, and Jay Powell was confirmed for a second term as chair of the Federal Reserve. Plus, the FT's Katie Martin explains how cryptocurrencies' latest meltdown could spill into normal markets like stocks and bonds. Mentioned in this podcast:Norwegian oil fund denounces ‘corporate greed' over executive payMilitary briefing: can Ukraine push the Russian army from the country?What happens in crypto may not stay in crypto this time aroundCrypto industry shaken as Tether's dollar peg snapsPowell confirmed by Senate for second term as Fed chairThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Michael Lello, David da Silva, and Gavin Kallmann. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Covid death toll is more likely 15 million according to WHO Annika is back! and after discussing stupid Putin and his failed war a little, we turn our focus to space. We look towards the black hole in the Milky Way to get as far away as possible and yes, Norway really has this very special space programme about fish in space. In TWISH (This Week in Skeptical History) we revisit the legend of the Apparitions of Our Lady of Fàtima since it all started this week in 1917. No pope today, so instead we travel on right into the news: INTERNATIONAL: European populism linked to vaccine hesitancy, but more research is needed INTERNATIONAL: Almost 15 million excess deaths due to covid HUNGARY / V4: Coordinated online troll activity detected in relation to the war in Ukraine HUNGARY: Fidesz supporters prefer Putin to western political leaders – Survey EUROPE: WHO to bring the Europe region closer to a cervical cancer-free future – with HPV vaccines UK: Why girls don't necessarily choose to pursue studies into physics This weeks Really Wrong Award goes to ‘Antroposophian' Harad Matthes who went on television claiming to ‘prove' severe risks with covid vaccines when in fact he is just a crank. The TV network MDR also gets a prize for giving him a platform. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; TWISH; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes