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Are you overwhelmed by the constantly changing landscape of sleep technologies? Having trouble keeping up with your patient's latest sleep tracker? The AASM Emerging Technology Committee is here to help. In this episode, we talk with committee members Drs. Maryann Deak, Sharon Schutte-Rodin and Ambrose Chiang about AASM resources to evaluate sleep-related clinical and consumer devices to help further your understanding of #SleepTechnology.
The Stock Day Podcast welcomed StrikeForce Technologies Inc. (OTCQB:SFOR)(“the Company”), a company that helps to prevent Cyber Security theft and data security breaches for consumers, corporations, and government agencies. CEO of the Company, Mark L. Kay, joined Stock Day host Everett Jolly.
Summary: On today's episode we break down the pros and cons of investing in technology and other tools. It's important to understand exactly what you're investing in and what it will do to help accelerate your business. Technology is a vast, evolving field so it's also important to ensure that your information and assets are thoroughly protected. One of the ways you can achieve this is through redundancy. Protect the information that makes your business unique by keeping an updated, spare copy. While technology and tools can really benefit your agency, allowing your business to rely on a single platform, or tool, is deadly. Also, forgetting that you have 27 different tools for 2 jobs is definitely very costly. Being aware, thoughtful, creating redundancy, and assessing your tools will help your agency be ahead of the curve. Top 3 Curtain Pulls in this episode: Know exactly what you're investing in, and why. Technologies are the tools of the trade in the agency world. But if you're not careful, you'll quickly become bloated. “The point is to invest into it and to be aware of it.” Create redundancy. In the agency world, we are always creating various kinds of information. This information is what allows our businesses to exist and succeed. It's our IP and it's critical to clients. Your information is most likely your entire business. In order to protect your information, redundancy is a must. Protect your ideas and information by storing them in more than one place. “You're making information, so you gotta protect that.” Evaluate your tools to become self-sufficient. Services, subscription, platforms, and other tools can be incredibly helpful, but if you're not careful they'll run away with your profit. Have you ever had 12 different TV subscriptions so that you can watch every single NFL game, yet never ue them? This can happen with your agency's tools, and with these applications, the bills really stack up. This is why it's important to regularly assess your tools and determine how your agency would be affected if they suddenly were gone. “What type of technology are we relying on that if it went away would hamper our business?” For more tips, discussion, and behind the scenes: Follow us on Instagram @AgencyPodcast Join our closed Facebook community for agency leaders About The Guys: Bob Hutchins: Founder of BuzzPlant, a digital agency that he ran from 2000-2017. He is also the author of 3 books. More on Bob: Bob on LinkedIn twitter.com/BobHutchins instagram.com/bwhutchins Bob on Facebook Brad Ayres: Founder of Anthem Republic, an award-winning ad agency. Brad's knowledge has led some of the biggest brands in the world. Originally from Detroit, Brad is an OG in the ad agency world and has the wisdom and scars to prove it. Currently, that knowledge is being applied to his boutique agency. More on Brad: Brad on LinkedIn Anthem Republic twitter.com/bradayres instagram.com/therealbradayres facebook.com/Bradayres Ken Ott: Co-Founder and Chief Growth Rebel of Metacake, an Ecommerce Growth Team for some of the world's most influential brands with a mission to Grow Brands That Matter. Ken is also an author, speaker, and was nominated for an Emmy for his acting on the Metacake Youtube Channel (not really). More on Ken: Ken on LinkedIn Metacake - An Ecommerce Growth Team Growth Rebel TV twitter.com/iamKenOtt instagram.com/iamKenOtt facebook.com/iamKenOtt Show Notes: [0:44] Brad opens today's episode by talking about Bob's radio voice and the new Apple iPhone 13. [1:59] Brad asks the guys, “When is the right time to make some upgrades or to give your employees some new gadgets? When is the right time to invest in technology?” [4:27] Brad talks about what technology he provides for new, full time employees, and how he wants their first day at Anthem Republic to feel like Christmas. [7:50] Ken discusses his strategy for preventing a buildup of unused computers. [8:23] Ken says that investing into your employees by providing them with technology that will help them be more productive or produce better results will pay for itself. He also asks, “From a security side of things, how do you control all these laptops and what's on them, to the level that you need to for your business?” [11:11] Bob asks about other kinds of tech and talks about evaluating their usage and value on a yearly basis. [11:31] Brad talks about automation and his timeline for upgrading technology. [12:23] Ken contemplates the psychological aspect of opening a new computer box from Apple. [13:36] Bob discusses the importance of redundancy. He also continues the conversation about evaluating the tools your company relies on and how a shutdown could negatively affect your business. “What type of technology are we relying on that if it went away would hamper our business?... How do we keep on top of that, and always have redundancy in a backup?” [15:13] Ken recommends that every laptop should have a ‘backup cloud' backup solution that is different from Dropbox to protect the information that your business runs on. [17:45] Ken talks about physical hard drives and other methods of protection for your information. “You're making information, so you gotta protect that.” [18:04] Brad discusses his perspective on hard drives and redundancy. [21:30] Bob talks about the questions he asks his employees to, “Keep us thinking about how to be redundant and self-sufficient, but it also keeps us ahead of the curve.” [27:11] Ken talks about the importance of awareness when your agency has many third party tools, and how those subscriptions can really add up. [29:11] Bob discusses a cost reducing method where your clients pay a fee of some sort that helps cover the cost of the third party tools you use. “If you do have an expense like that where you have a subscription figure out ways to charge the clients and encourage them pay for that subscription.” [32:10] Brad considers how to make sure that your data on the cloud is protected in the future. [33:08] Ken talks about how, “There is always a backdoor for the government to be able to get access to any data for any company.” [38:05] Ken concisely summarizes his perspective on investing in technology when he says, “I think the point is to invest into it and to be aware of it.” [42:05] Bob talks about how to be a leader for your agency when investing in technology. [46:02] Bob mentions a book called “This is How They Tell Me the World Will End” that is about cybersecurity and vulnerability. [49:41] Ken says that it is crucial to have a strategic mindset and stack the odds in your favor. [50:36] Bob concludes this episode by briefly talking about ensuring that your agency has cybersecurity from all angles.
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In this episode we're talking about Enterprise Blockchain, and how blockchain is disrupting industries with its multifaceted applications. We're here with Husen Kapasi the Blockchain Lead at PwC Europe with focus on Enterprise Blockchain i.e. Blockchain application. Get all the resources for this episode: https://redzone10x.net/disrupting-industries-with-enterprise-blockchain-featuring-husen-kapasi
Topics: -We welcome Jon Brown of Grove Technologies. Jon is a long time VIP supporter of the show. -Jon recalls attending a WWE even with the CCP crew, thanks to Joe's sister. -Starting a new business proved to be challenging initially. He talks about his learning curve and experiences building his current business. -Jon has a concept like Uber for Tech Support. -Grove Technologies is going to offer its internal SaaS based tool for other businesses and industries. There are integrations built for other tools like Addigy, Watchman, Jamf, etc. -Working with others as a sub contractor can help broaden your area of expertise as a company. -Hiring remote technicians has proven to be useful to Jon's business model. -Should you increase your onsite rate vs remote? -Do your clients care if you or your staff make onsite visits to their offices? -Grove Technologies has put their stake in the ground about being a remote only support company. -People still don't seem to grasp the concept of password management or Multi-Factor Authentication. -Cybersecurity training for end users can be incredibly useful. It can also provide some discounts with insurance. -Malwarebytes for Mac proves to be less powerful than the Windows version. -Hook Security and Breach Secure Now are two big services to help with employee training. -Jerry has some recommended security methods for his clients. -Customers have a tendency to conflate security terms like VPN vs firewall. -Jon wants you to become a sponsor of the show!
Rohit Sinha, chief technology officer of SmartPM Technologies, leads a team in developing new technology that is transforming the construction industry. Since the SmartPM software as a service (SaaS) product was launched in mid-2019, the Atlanta startup has seen rapid growth, from $0 to over $1.5 million in annual revenue. Rohit wrote code at age […] The post Rohit Sinha With SmartPM Technologies appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Slowing down emissions of CO2 will not be sufficient to contend with climate warming and its impacts. New technological interventions are needed quickly. They are expensive, controversial, and necessary. We get some insight from David Keith of Harvard University; Holly Buck of the University of Buffalo, and the University of Toronto's Marcius Extavour. If you love getting your in-depth current affairs analysis through The Agenda podcast, consider making a donation to support TVO's unique model of local journalism at www.tvo.org/supportpods. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Gualtieri and Scott Mutryn break down BC's close lost to Clemson. They examined what went right and how the Eagles can improve. Plus, they talked about good BYE week work as the Eagles get ready for NC State. Also, learn about the tailgating scene at Clemson. All that and more! To advertise on the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Finalists for the TwinCitiesCIO ORBIE® Awards, held October 1st, 2021. Rahoul Ghose – ECMC Group,Casey Gordon – College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University,Jean Guezmir – St. Catherine University,Bernard Gulachek – University of Minnesota,Sharon Kennedy Vickers – City of Saint Paul,Nick Kereakos – American Public Media Group,Dave Lundal – Children's Minnesota,Eduardo Valencia – MSP Airport – Metropolitan Airports Commission,Bruce Atkinson – Restaurant Technologies,Gary Inman – Bell Bank,Paul Johansen – Edmentum,Dan Ritch – NorthMarq,Steve Swenson – Wolters Kluwer,Ben Davis – Cambria,Jeff Mader – Sun County Airlines,Cheryl Nygaard – Minnesota Vikings Football, LLC,Jamie Thingelstad – SPS Commerce,Mark Treat – Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Gaming Experience,Ross Gilbertson – Northern Tool + Equipment,Dennis Keane – Red Wing Shoe Company,Loren Klassen – Western National Insurance,Mike McGuire – Delta Dental of MN & Abōva Technologies,Kelly Aronson – Andersen Corporation,Marc Carlson – Land O'Lakes,Sridhar Koneru – Winnebago,Mike McNamara – Target,Brian Tilzer – Best Buy,Andy Dulka – Starkey,Tammylynne Jonas – Self Esteem Brands,Anudeep Parhar – Entrust,John Pelant – CWT,Robin Brown – Cargill,Kathryn Freytag – Donaldson,Jorge Populo – UnitedHealthcare Global,Faith Tang – H.B. FullerHost: Evan McLaughlin, email@example.com,TwinCitiesCIO Executive Director: Christa Ogilvy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey there everyone! We're on a touch of a hiatus right now, just about to be swinging back into gear, but we noticed our interview with Lisa Hammer wasn't up anymore. We published it at the beginning of the summer, only for…something to have happened. So if you missed it the first time, enjoy! If you heard the first time and have been trying to pull it back up for her quote on wether or not Lisa will be back for the upcoming VB movie, or you've just missed our voices the last 3 or so months, well, you enjoy it too! From everyone here at HLPR, we just want to thank the lovely Mrs.Lisa one more time, and hope y'all enjoy it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hench4life/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hench4life/support
Elon Musk's exaggerated claims apart, autonomous vehicles are going to have a huge impact on supply chains if they ever make the leap from proof of concept to commercially available.One company working to make that happen is Innoviz Technologies - the Israeli startup selected by BMW to supply their vehicles with lidar (a sensor used in most autonomous vehicle prototypes). I invited Innoviz Technologies co-founder and Chief R&D Officer Oren Buskila to come on the podcast to tell us all about it.We had a great conversation about what Lidar is, why Lidar is necessary for autonomous vehicles, and just how soon autonomous vehicles will be commercially available. I learned loads, I hope you do too...If you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to leave me a voice message over on my SpeakPipe page or just send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).If you want to learn more about how to juggle sustainability and efficiency mandates while recovering from pandemic-induced disruptions, meeting growth targets, and preparing for an uncertain future, check out our Oxford Economics research report here.And if you want to know more about any of SAP's Digital Supply Chain solutions, head on over to www.sap.com/digitalsupplychain, and if you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover it. Thanks.And remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!
René Morkos, CEO and Founder of ALICE Technologies, grew up wanting to build things. That passion led him to degrees in Construction Management and an adjunct professorship at Stanford. In 2015, he founded ALICE to improve the efficiency of complex construction projects. Rene has since raised nearly $40M from an incredible list of investors including Lightspeed, Merus, and Future Ventures. Listen and learn...What René learned from his first job after college working on construction sites in AfghanistanWhy ConstructionTech has attracted nearly $6B since 2014How algorithms figure out what 6,000 people on a construction site should do every dayWhat the world will be like in ten years when technology is fully adopted in the construction industry Why "startups are really just R&D departments for large companies"What's hard about building startups...that they don't teach you in CEO schoolReferences in the episode...ALICE TechnologiesALICE on TwitterAI and the Future of Work with Rachel Chalmers from Alchemist Accelerator
Episode 42: Arijit Bhattacharyya – From superhero drawings to creating world-leading technologies Our guest Arijit Bhattacharyya exemplifies what a gifted creative mind can accomplish. From superhero drawings as a child all the way to creating world-leading technologies and much, much more. Game Developer, Serial Entrepreneur, Technologist, Global VC, and lecturer are just some of the … Continue reading Episode 42: Arijit Bhattacharyya – From Superhero Drawings to Creating World-leading Technologies →
In this episode, I sit down to talk with the co-founder of Torch Technologies which is a 100% employee-owned system engineering, applied science, modeling & simulation, and information technology business. We discuss his background prior to Torch, the early years of Torch, and the ways in which Torch is looking to give back to the community for years to come.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/beyondrockets?fan_landing=true)
Due to challenges such as inconsistent formats and manual manipulation of data from different sources, Tax functions spend over 50% of their time gathering and managing tax data. In this episode, PwC professionals from the State and Local Tax practice sit down to explain how technologies can be used as a strategic asset, allowing Tax functions to use much of their time working on value-added activities.Speakers:James Pattison State and Local Tax Senior Manager, PwC USStephen Mahadeo , State and Local Tax Partner, PwC USLarissa Knierim , State and Local Tax Senior Manager, PwC US
The Boston College Eagles are 4-0! Mike Gualtieri and former BC QB Scott Mutryn break down the exciting W over Missouri. Plus, what do the Eagles have to do to beat Clemson? All that and more, check it out! To advertise on the podcast, email email@example.com
This week on Privacy Please, we have the great honor of speaking with the hard-working, intelligently thoughtful and talkative, Mr. Rob Oden! Please enjoy this very entertaining and insightful conversation about:- Rob's story, - Wrong interview for another Rob and still got the offer - Architectural challenges- We do NOT have a Technology problem- What is your intended purpose?- Threat modelsand much more! Rob is a highly credentialed and experienced Cybersecurity Architect with more than sixteen years of experience evaluating, defining, advocating, and driving the adoption of policies, programs, strategies, and technologies that advance cybersecurity, strengthen computing ecosystems, increase threat awareness, and minimize vulnerabilities.
On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Luvleen Sidhu, CEO, Chair, and Founder of BM Technologies, Inc. (BMTX), sits down to discuss: [3:41] - How working for Lehman Brothers after their bankruptcy made her determined to change the way that people look at banks [5:21] - Why her approach of always giving 110% has led her to countless unexpected opportunities [12:34] - The biggest challenges that banking is facing today and major benefits that come with utilizing digital banking [14:05] - Why she starts every single day with a chant that puts her in the right mindset Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
GUEST'S BIO Dr. Rachel Gainsbrugh is the co-founder of a luxury boutique brand covering GA, FL, the Poconos, and the smokies of TN. Providing luxury vacation and workforce housing for families, medical professionals, and workers in other industries. She's also an instructor at REI-USA, a national REIA organization, and has been featured on Bigger Pockets, Netflix, and several podcasts. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE 01:05 Watch last week's free training by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org 01:34 Subscribe, share, and leave a review for Short Term Rental Secrets 02:08 Dr. Rachel Gainsbrugh introduction and background 04:26 How Dr. Rachel got into the STR industry 09:51 How Dr. Rachel found her first STR home 12:55 Dr. Rachel talks about her strategy for luxury properties 16:50 The price of luxury STRs per market 17:31 Additional services offered by Dr. Rachel for her properties 18:13 Dr. Rachel's goal for her STR business 19:38 What Dr. Rachel's team look like 23:54 Dr. Rachel's favorite market for her luxury rentals 26:17 Technologies and systems that Dr. Rachel use for her STRs 29:26 Why you should not use the Airbnb smart pricing 30:03 Mike and Dr. Rachel talk about the story of how Mike pursued his STR business 33:15 Acknowledgments to Dr. Rachel 33:24 Where can people connect with Dr. Rachel 34:11 Dr. Rachel's #1 secret to success with STR NOTABLE QUOTES "Take care of your people." - Mike Sjogren "Push through on something that you are definitely passionate about." - Rachel Gainsbrugh "Surround yourself with people that will support, encourage, and challenge you." - Mike Sjogren CONNECT WITH THE GUEST Rachel Gainsbrugh: Instagram | Linkedin CONNECT WITH THE HOSTS Michael Sjogren: Short Term Rental Secrets Facebook Group | Clubhouse | Instagram | Youtube | Facebook Page | Linkedin https://linktr.ee/the_airbnbguy Emanuele Pani: Clubhouse | Instagram | Facebook | Linkedin FREE MASTERCLASS TRAINING - https://www.strsecrets.com/masterclass
It was a complicated transaction that Ingersoll Rand's then-CEO Mike Lamach challenged his finance and operations people to address by “turning over every rock in the company” to nullify the possibility of unforeseen snags. Recalls Chris Kuehn, who at the time served as Ingersoll Rand's chief accounting officer: “I remember Mike coming back and telling us that he had never been through an IPO in his career, but this transaction was likely going to be the closest he ever got to one.” Today, Kuehn is CFO of Trane Technologies, the spinoff and resulting offspring of the transaction that involved the merger of Ingersoll Rand's industrial business, Milwaukee-based Gardner Denver. “Mike didn't want us to accept the status quo. He wanted us to review every one of the 600 cost centers and every organizational chart and function,” continues Kuehn, who adds that the exhaustive process spanned between six and nine months. Part of engineering the spinoff's early success, Kuehn explains, involved proactively moving processes that had been managed centrally to regional locations where they would be better suited for the management of the entity's future operations. Still, putting a reorganization in motion on the eve of a defining transaction is no doubt a tricky management feat, especially when the dimensions of the proposed spinoff are not yet fully visible to the company's incumbent employees. According to Kuehn, the approaching transaction deadlines brought an operational opportunity into view. He comments: “We said, ‘Let's be courageous enough to change what has not been working, with a bias to moving those processes that are centrally led.'” For Kuehn, the reorganization and eventual 2019 transaction swung open the door to Trane's CFO office, where the finance and operational opportunity remains front-and-center. “We're still on the journey today,” he points out. “We're not done, but this has certainly allowed me to get inside the finance function as well as our other global functions and see what is working well and what we need to change.” –Jack Sweeney
BenGreenfieldFitness.com/ladderpodcast2 Today, during Part 2 of my podcast with Tom, we talk more about in-home fitness, nutrition, and fitness trends and cautions. There are plenty of workout and fitness apps out there, but there's a reason that I recently partnered with Tom's company "Ladder" for the launch of my new training program Boundless, which is unlike any training experience I've ever created. Boundless on the Ladder app is a fully structured training program delivered to you fresh each and every week, utilizing my Minimum Dose Methodology, which maximizes cardiovascular endurance, strength, and stamina in the minimum amount of time, to help you burn fat, gain muscle, and get in the best shape of your life. Each week you'll have 5 workout days, one active recovery and mobility day, and on Sundays, you'll even get a special biohacking tip from me, all inside of the Ladder app. Every workout has guided movement videos and coaching queues as well, so you can master each movement and stay motivated. You can download Ladder now in the iOS App Store. When you get it, you are not only are you getting an amazing workout program delivered conveniently to your phone, you're also getting the benefit of real accountability and community. The Ladder app makes it super easy to not only chat with the other members of Team Boundless, but also send me one-on-one messages to ask me training questions, get nutrition tips, and keep me updated on your progress. This type of personalized fitness consultation and coaching with me usually costs thousands of dollars, but you can get full access to me and my training programs for only $60 a month by subscribing to Ladder. So you're tired of planning your workouts, want to finally achieve an incredible physique or you need the accountability of a community to get in shape, Team Boundless on the Ladder app is for you. Download Ladder in the iOS App Store now, join Team Boundless, and try your first week of workouts for free by clicking here. So who is Tom? Tom Digan is the Co-Founder & President of Ladder, a fitness technology company based in Austin, TX. Prior to joining Ladder full-time Tom spent over a decade working in the hedge fund industry as a Partner at a $1B+ AUM investment firm located in New York. Tom holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and was a Forbes 30 under 30 honoree About Ladder Teams Ladder Teams is a social fitness experience for people who are passionate about fitness and need help planning and maintaining a progressive training program. With Ladder Teams, avid fitness-seekers can access a complete strength training program on their phone, learn from an expert coach, and engage with a community who share a passion for fitness. During my discussion with Tom, you'll discover: -Beware of the influx of instant fitness experts in the age of Instagram... -How important is nutrition to reach one's fitness goals... -Fitness trends and biohacks Ben is excited about right now... -Ben's thoughts on tech-driven fitness... -And much more! Episode sponsors: -Kion Aminos Ladder App -Organifi Green Juice -Levels Health -Lucy Nicotine Gum -The Boundless Cookbook BenGreenfieldFitness.com/ladderpodcast2
Be real - few credit unions can genuinely be all things to all members because how big would the institution have to be?As you ponder that - really drill into the idea that there can be success in being small - now consider a fintech named ZSuite Technologies. It has three product lines that it makes available to its financial institution partners: ZRent, aimed at property managers and landlords; ZDeposit, again aimed at property managers and landlords, this tool helps track rental deposits and understand the laws vary by state, sometimes by city; and ZEscrow, which helps escrow account holders - such as lawyers and government agencies - better track and manage those monies.All niche? You bet but that's the intent. The initial tools grew out of a Massachusetts community bank which wanted ways to better compete in a marketplace where it sometimes seems that only behemoths thrive. That's when a lightbulb clicked. Property managers and small landlords had lots of problems - how many still keep paper records? - and so computer skills were harnessed to help solve those problems.And then why not attempt to persuade those property managers and landlords to shift most - maybe all - of their banking to the institution that helps solve their nagging business problems?The escrow tools - the most recent addition to the portfolio - grew out of the discovery that for many escrow accounts are a real hassle. But the right computer programming could sole the problems.All small? You bet. But small can be beautiful.On the podcast to tell the story of ZSuite is the CEO Nathan Baumeister. He tells about the company's formation, why small is beautiful, and ZSuite's ambitions to offer its tools to more credit unions.Listen up.Like what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available. Email email@example.comAnd like this podcast on whatever service you use to stream it. That matters.Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It's a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto
Check out the latest podcast as Mike Gualtieri and Scott Mutryn look back at Boston College's 28-3 win over Temple and preview the Missouri game. Can the Eagles improve to 4-0? All that and more, check it out! To advertise on future podcasts, just email firstname.lastname@example.org
La fiebre de los "influencers" virtuales va en aumento y Rozy es un prueba de ello, según informa Bianca Vaquero en esta sección de Cibertendencias, quien también nos habla de Instagram y del proyecto de WhatsApp para convertir la voz en texto.
Today Simon is joined by Clive Charlton, Head of Solution Architecture at AWS, and Ian Lester, CEO of Beyond Technologies - A South African based company with a presence in close to 80 countries around the globe. Today we will learn how Beyond is using the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud technologies to remotely monitor temperatures in the vaccine supply chain, to ensure the efficacy of vaccines administered to patients. You can watch their customer video as well as more South African customer stories here: https://amzn.to/3lAdrGJ
This week's contech interview with James Benham (@JamesMBenham), and David Sombrio Featuring: - Interview with Parker Mundt from Suffolk Technologies Follow @TheConTechCrew on social media for more updates and to join the conversation! Listen to the show at http://thecontechcrew.com Powered by JBKnowledge Learn more at http://thecontechcrew.com or follow @JBKnowledge & @TheConTechCrew on Twitter.
Enis is the business development manager at Siraj technologies, a startup specializing in connectivity allowing seamless adoption of industry 4.0 technologies. Enis graduated from Sapir college with a bachelor's degree in technology marketing with health technology specialization and currently studying for a master's degree in health systems management at Ben Gurion University. Also, Enis is also a researcher of the economic evaluation of pharmaceutical interventions with published articles.
Scott Kurland and Dan Pallone of SS&C Technologies (ticker: SSNC), joined the TEK2day Podcast to cover the insurance industry as it relates to insurance carriers investing in alternative asset classes in the pursuit of yield. We recently covered this topic in our TEK2day Spotlight report “THE EVOLVING INSURANCE INDUSTRY” which SS&C was kind enough to sponsor. SS&C recently published an e-book “10 CONSIDERATIONS THAT ‘LEND' CREDIBILITY TO PRIVATE MARKET INVESTING”, that covers similar subject matter. Both the e-book and our spotlight report may be accessed below. Access the SS&C e-book here: https://www.ssctech.com/resources-insights/pdfs/10-considerations-private-market-investing Access the TEK2day Spotlight report here: https://tek2day.com/2021/07/29/tek2day-spotlight-the-evolving-insurance-industry/ For more TEK2day content visit https://tek2day.com/ For more on SS&C Technologies visit https://www.ssctech.com/ The TEK2day Podcast is available across all popular podcast playing platforms including Apple and Spotify: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tek2day-podcast/id1270002408 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3IybCrJs9ZPZTFPYlDg78b Check out our parent company – CEORater – where you may anonymously rate your company and CEO at CEORater.com Visit CEORater on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/ceorater
Hidden from view, complex to understand and often controversial, algorithms are at the heart of computer coding that underpins modern society. Every time we search the internet, every time we pay by credit card, even the romantic partners suggested to us by online dating sites – they're all powered by algorithms. And their reach is growing all the time, as some societies use them to automate decisions regarding criminal justice, mortgage applications and job recruitment. The history of algorithms is surprisingly ancient, stretching back to the Babylonian empire where large societies required a systematic way to count and order different aspects of citizens' lives. Today some people are questioning their use, as some algorithms have been shown to replicate bias and there are fears that algorithms have the potential to undermine democracy. Bridget Kendall is joined by Ramesh Srinivasan, Professor in the Department of Information Studies at the University of California Los Angeles and the author of Beyond the Valley: How Innovators around the World are Overcoming Inequality and Creating the Technologies of Tomorrow; the French computational scientist, consultant and entrepreneur Aurélie Jean, who's published From the Other Side of the Machine: A scientist's journey in the land of algorithms; and Ian Stewart, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at Warwick University who's written more than 120 books on aspects of mathematics and science. Produced by Fiona Clampin for the BBC World Service [Image: Digital data and binary code. Credit: Yuichiro Chino/Getty Images]
Bodil Johanne Gantzel og Michael Friis-Jørgensen ser på inflation- og væksttal fra hhv. USA og Kina og dykker ned i FOM Technologies, der for nylig kom med i en helt ny liga. Hør historien udfoldet af selskabets adm. direktør, Michael Stadi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On September 11, I received an important update concerning the impending public release of advanced healing technologies that are being mass produced on the Moon, as a result of the Jupiter Agreements involving military and space program officials from 14 nations and cutting-edge aerospace companies that occurred back in July. The update was given by Val Nek, a High Commander of the Galactic Federation of Worlds who took part in the Jupiter Agreements, according to Megan Rose who relayed Val Nek's intel. This is an audiovisual version of an article published on Sept 14, 2021 and narrated by the author, Dr. Michael Salla. I wish to thank Megan Rose for relaying Val Nek's information and answers to me. For links and references go to: https://exopolitics.org/are-suppresse...
Mike and Scott look back at BC's win over UMass and towards the game versus Temple. Can the Eagles improve to 3-0? Plus, how will the Eagles handle the Phil Jurkovic's injury as Dennis Grosel steps in at QB? All that and more, check it out! To advertise on the podcast, just email email@example.com!
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Resident-centric government. Tom Spengler, Chief Executive Officer of Rock Solid Technologies, joined the podcast to discuss how local governments use technology to improve access and transparency. He talked about his time leading Granicus and the early days of getting organizations to stream and archive their meetings. He also shared his thoughts on future trends and technology to encourage resident engagement with local government meetings. Host: Kirsten Wyatt
In this episode, Dr. Grant Stevens interviews Gus Rhodes. A veteran of the medical device industry, Gus was with the original Thermage company that pioneered non-surgical skin tightening through the use of radiofrequency. He then went on to work with Relient Technologies, where the category of non-ablative, fractional skin resurfacing was first created with the introduction of the Fraxel family of aesthetic lasers. Today he is with Solta, where both these technologies, along with others, now live under the same roof. Needless to say, Gus is no stranger to the world of energy-based technologies for non-surgical aesthetic enhancement. Tune in to hear his story and learn more about what Solta is doing to advance these innovative technologies into the next generation of aesthetic care.
He's back! Scott Mutryn is back on the podcast. The former BC QB and Learfield IMG sideline reporter for the Eagles talks with Mike about BC's dominating win over Colgate. We break down all parts of the game with a focus on QB Phil Jurkovec. Plus, how will the Eagles prepare for UMass out in Amherst? All that and more. To advertise on the podcast, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Luna:Luna has been a resident of Santa Cruz since 2013. They have found their calling in reexploring the legacy of early black pioneers of california. They are the founder and director of the Santa Cruz Equity Project. They are a community healer, indigienous spiritualist, and parent.FInd Lunahttps://www.scequityproject.orgSupport the show (Http://Www.patreon.com/speakforchangepodcast)
“Technology does not appear from nowhere, it is closely allied to the shape of society. And if you have exponentially changing technologies, they will force changes on society, or create a gap.” Humans coming second best to technology isn't a new subject but our guest today, Azeem Azhar, has a new, thoroughly researched take on it which goes further than anything we've seen before. Azeem is a founder, journalist, speaker and now author of the book ‘Exponential: How Accelerating Technology Is Leaving Us Behind and What to Do About It', which is being released right now. His book, and our conversation, is about the expanding gap between technology and society - not just computing power, but energy, market control, and even how our countries are run. He presents the immense problems and opportunities this creates for us as a species. When's the precise start date of the exponential wave? Will the growing gap between tech and society inevitably lead to conflict? Why are cities important in the exponential age? What are the major problems accelerating tech can solve? Yes, it can be a huge force for good. Find out what the future holds for our civilisation.
Can technology end war? Several people thought so at one time or another. We look at five examples of idealists who thought tech would end warfare. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Kordel France is the co-founder and CEO of Seekar Technologies, which is a AI and blockchain startup seeking to advanced computer vision technology for medical imaging, among other use cases. He is a machine learning engineer with experience in computer vision, augmented reality, GPS, autonomous systems, and optics. Published multiple products in automatic target recognition, signal processing, robotics, and medical imaging. Kordel also spent part of his career at Raytheon as an airframe engineer and studied machine learning at MIT and John Hopkins University. Website: https://seekartech.com/healthcare LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kordel-k-f-10349811b/ Show Notes •Introduction to Kordel's background •Experience in machine learning, computer vision, AI •Goal to replicate consciousness through AI •What is your vision for Seekar technologies and why did you start it? •How did you first hear about blockchain technology? •Which industry verticals are you focusing on? Why? oHealthcare, defense, sports, AgTech •Medical Imaging use case and neural networks for edge intelligence •COVID AI app on App Store •Clarity on the AI process, how it thinks •What is SeekarCoin and why do you need it? •Ethics and engineer's AI bias •Coded Bias (Netflix movie) •Tokenizing equity and community building •What are the biggest challenges you are facing? •Gaining people's trust in AI •Federated learning and edge ML •General technical specifications (architecture) of network oBlockchain Protocol oData storage and Cloud oInteroperability with existing database systems •What stage of development is your product today? •Roadmap for 2021 and beyond •If it's not too personal, what would you consider to be your biggest mistake? •What are your thoughts about the singularity that is supposed to happen in 2045? •If you had to have micro chip implanted in your body, where would you want it to be implanted? •Neuro-security •Favorite book that has influenced you - Frankenstein by Mary Shelley News Corner https://www.fiercehealthcare.com/digital-health/ginger-and-headspace-plan-to-merge-to-scale-up-comprehensive-digital-mental-health Two major mental health platforms have agreed to merge their efforts to reach over 100 million consumers. Ginger, a teletherapy startup, and Headspace, a meditation journey app are planning to close the deal in the last quarter of 2021 to create Headspace Health. According the executives, the combined company will have the world's largest mental health data set, which will be used to provide highly personalized care to individuals.
How can simple switches in everyday life have the potential to make a massive environmental impact? Through technological advances, these improvements may be easy to attain. Press play to learn: Why the Tesla production is not actually worse for the environment Why "snowmageddon" in Texas had such a severe impact How fusion can revolutionize power Matt Ferrell, the creator behind the YouTube Channel Undecided, shares his knowledge surrounding technologies that have the potential to help save the planet. While many individuals are skeptical of environmentally friendly technologies and their practicality, it is becoming more difficult to deny their benefits. For example, electric vehicles are becoming increasingly accessible, which offers the general population a way to contribute. Alternative energy solutions are still in their infancy but are becoming increasingly accepted as more people accept the efficacy of the methods. Nuclear energy is the ultimate goal, but fusion is perpetually 30 years away, and the cost remains high. Visit https://undecidedmf.com for more information. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Who doesn't want to stay young, who doesn't want to grow younger? They are technologies today that would potentially help you grow younger, habits that help you stay young. However, how efficient are those technologies? How long before those technologies would be available to the masses? In this episode (Part 2 of 2), Sergey Young talked about what he does to stay young, and what are the new technologies he's looking, and interested in! One day, we could all live to 200 years old! My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book! Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Photo: Plymouth Rock Technologies video: drone CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Smart Drones Are the New New. Dana Wheeler CEO Plymouth Rock Technologies. In New York OTC: PLRTF In Canada: PRT https://www.plyrotech.com/what/ Law enforcement, border security and military superiority can no longer be achieved solely with a physical presence. Instant and executable information gathered by scanners and sensors play an increasingly decisive role. At Plymouth Rock Technologies, our engineers address real world problems by applying the latest techniques from engineering and science to find solutions that help keep people and places safe – on land, at sea, in the air and in space. We are creating new detection technologies that allow critical data to be collected and processed to provide a new level of information superiority for users. Our solutions leverage Artificial Intelligence, to create new capabilities for the early detection of threats, to protect those who serve and the general public