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The CUInsight Experience podcast: Mike Walsh – The algorithmic revolution (#15)

first_img 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details Welcome to episode 15 of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Hosted by Randy Smith, co-founder and publisher of CUInsight.com. Mike Walsh joins me today for a fascinating conversation with someone who is outside the credit union space. While at PSCU Member Forum in Austin, TX, I managed to snag one of the keynote speakers to sit down and chat, and that conversation is this episode! Mike is a futurist, author, a global nomad, and the CEO of Tomorrow. He is a consultant who helps leaders thrive in the current era of disruptive technological change.In our short conversation, we dug into moving from the digital revolution to the algorithmic revolution, the power of data in that move, and how credit unions can capitalize on this. Mike starts things off by explaining what a futurist is, revealing that in fact we are all futurists in a way. After all, it’s impossible to survive without having some kind of anticipation of what will happen next.We’ve been through a digital revolution. The revolution that’s coming is an algorithmic one. As Mike points out, this offers opportunities for credit unions, which are already disruptors in their space. However, technology is a double-edged sword, because we all essentially end up with the same systems. This means that the technology itself is no longer an advantage; it’s just taken for granted. Instead, what you do in and around the technology is increasingly what matters more.In this day and age, all of us are wondering about technology, innovation, and the future, especially as they relate to credit unions. This conversation with Mike addresses those questions, introduces new ones, and gives an insightful perspective into how to move forward.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, StitcherHow to find Mike:Mike WalshFuturist, Global Nomad, Speaker, and CEO of Tomorrowwww.mike-walsh.comTwitter | Instagram | Linkedin | YouTubeShow notes from this episode:PSCU Member Forum – This should be on your calendar for next year and where we recorded this episode on site in Austin.Mike’s podcast: Between Worlds (Check it out. He has some great guests. I subscribed.)Mike’s latest book: The Algorithmic Leader: How to Be Smart When Machines Are Smarter Than YouMike’s other books: The Dictionary Of Dangerous Ideas and Futuretainment: Yesterday the World Changed, Now It’s Your Turn Interested in booking Mike to speak at an event? You can find out more here. Mike uses Feedly to follow all the blogs.The publication Mike is reading everyday to stay informed: The Financial Times Best album of all-time: Bill Evans, Chick Corea – Trilogy, ToscaPrevious guests mentioned on the show: Doug Leighton You can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here. Mike’s ask of our listeners: Read his latest book and follow him on Instagram.In This Episode:[00:03] (intro) – Welcome back to the CUInsight Experience! Randy introduces today’s guest, Mike Walsh.[00:48] (interview) –  Mike addresses two questions: what’s the elevator pitch for what a futurist is, and is there something that he sees happening that credit unions need to wrap their heads around quickly?[02:04] – We need to reset our expectations about what new versus old means, Mike explains.[04:18] – Mike points out that credit unions were (and still are) a radical idea and a disruptor in their space.[05:07] – We learn about the one way to get people who are set in their ways to change their mindset profoundly.[06:12] – Mike points out that we’re all consumers of IT now, and explains why technology is a double-edged sword.[08:09] – Is it true that other countries are ahead of the US in a lot of ways when it comes to technology?[11:47] – We hear Mike’s thoughts on what to do with all the data once you’ve captured it for smaller companies that don’t have data scientists on hand.[13:31] – Mike chats about how he got his start on his career and ended up doing what he does now.[14:54] – Does Mike have any tips for being productive while on the road, or hacks for people who are moving into that space? He answers, and also addresses how he manages teams when he’s on the road so much.[17:38] – We learn about a piece of advice that Mike finds himself going back to over and over again throughout his career.[19:01] – Has Mike’s inspiration changed over the course of his career?[20:14] – Randy launches into the rapid-fire questions: does Mike remember the first time he got into memorable trouble?[20:41] – Are there books or blogs that Mike reads and thinks that everyone should follow?[21:18] – Does Mike have any specific daily routines that he needs to do, even while traveling so much?[21:35] – What’s the best album of all time?[22:14] – What has gotten more important to Mike as he gets older?[22:42] – Does Mike have any final thoughts or asks for listeners? And where can people get in touch with him?last_img read more

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LG Slide Trademark Suggests New Name for Upcoming Rollable OLED Screen Smartphone

first_imgLG has filed a new trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) under the name LG Slide. This comes just two days after the South Korean electronics maker had filed a trademark for the name LG Rollable. The new development gives way to more speculation about what LG’s upcoming rollable OLED smartphone, expected to launch in March next year, will be finally called. The highly anticipated smartphone will be the second under LG’s ‘Explorer Project’.The trademark application filed by LG Corp was first spotted by LetsGoDigital. After LG Corp filed the application, it was resubmitted by Mitscherlich, the same company from Germany that had filed the application for the name LG Rollable. The company has also filed trademarks on behalf of LG in the past.- Advertisement – The trademark applications for LG Slide and LG Rollable have both been described as ‘smartphones’, and don’t offer more details. Since the smartphone in question is expected to have a rollable display that can be extended from either side of the phone, it’s possible that the phone could eventually be named by LG as either LG Rollable or LG Slide.lg slide trademark euipo lg_slide_trademark_euipoThe recent development gives way to speculation about what LG’s upcoming rollable OLED smartphone will be called- Advertisement – There is also speculation that LG Slide and LG Rollable could turn out to be two different smartphones, although nothing has been mentioned by the company for now. Since it is clear that LG is working on a rollable smartphone expected to launch in March 2021, more details are likely to be revealed soon. Until recently, the upcoming rollable smartphone by LG was referred to as ‘Project B.’ As per the same report by LetsGoDigital, the company had filed a trademark last year for the name LG Roll. Double Roll, Dual Roll, Bi-Roll and Roll Canvas were also names that were registered.A render had surfaced last week, based on a patent LG had filed for a phone last year with a flexible display that can be rolled into its casing. LG had also teased the coming of a device with an extendable screen during the launch of the swivel-screen, LG Wing, the first phone in its ‘Explorer Project’.Is OnePlus 8T the best ‘value flagship’ of 2020? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Wolf Administration Announces New Funding for Cleanup of Former Allison Hill Automotive Site

first_img Infrastructure,  Press Release,  Public Health Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of new funding through the Industrial Sites Reuse Program (ISRP) that will provide for the cleanup of 2.3 acres of the former Allison Hill Automotive site in Harrisburg, Dauphin County to provide for further development on the property for a Hamilton Health Center building addition.“This new funding is great news for the city of Harrisburg because it will transform a vacant part of the property into a new expansion for Hamilton Health Center, which means even better health and social services for Harrisburg residents,” Governor Wolf said. “Investments like these provide a significant boost to the area.”The grant will provide $911,113 to remove and dispose of soil at the site so Hamilton Health Center can construct an adjacent two-story addition to its health center. The new addition will consist of a preschool, a child day care, second-floor medical office space, and expanded parking. Hamilton Health originally moved into its Allison Hill facility in 2012 after extensive remediation and demolition work on the property that was necessary due to the numerous environmental hazards left behind by the industrial and manufacturing activities located at the site since the late 1800s. This additional funding will enable further remediation work on the property that will allow Hamilton Health Center to construct its expansion.“Environmental remediation of contaminated sites is crucial for neighborhood renewal and stimulating private investment in our communities,” said Bryan Davis, executive director for the Harrisburg Redevelopment Authority. “We deeply appreciate Governor Wolf’s announcement of this award, and our long history of partnerships with the Pennsylvania Departments of Community and Economic Development and Department of Environmental Protection.”“This project is great step in further developing the Allison Hill neighborhood,” said Dennis Davin, secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) which administers the ISRP program. “When we take steps to turn vacant lots into useful properties like medical centers, we’re strengthening the community and promoting further investment.”The ISRP provides loans and grants for environmental assessments and remediation carried out by eligible applicants who did not cause or contribute to the contamination. The program is designed to foster the cleanup of environmental contamination at industrial sites, thereby bringing blighted land into productive reuse.“Bringing vacant properties back into use, especially for an important community need like a health center, is an excellent example of the confluence of environmental protection and economic development,” said Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell. “Healthy environments and healthy communities go hand in hand, and I am glad the DEP was able to be a part of this project.”For more information about the Industrial Sites Reuse program or DCED, visit www.dced.pa.gov. July 19, 2018 Wolf Administration Announces New Funding for Cleanup of Former Allison Hill Automotive Sitecenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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