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Pulse of AI
"careers technology" Discussed on Pulse of AI
"Welcome back to the pulse of AI, I'm Jason stoughton, here in Silicon Valley. Joining me on the show today is Byron Reese to talk about his latest book that just hit the bookshelves titled stories, dice, and rocks that think, how humans learn to see the future. Byron is a successful entrepreneur, CEO, futurist, award winning author, and just a really fun guy to talk to. If you are like me and you believe the saying that history doesn't necessarily repeat, but that it does rhyme sometimes, and so you end up spending a lot of time studying history in order to get a better understanding of what might happen in the future, then you will love this book. It's a tour de force that explores three leaps in history that Byron has identified that he claims made his who we are, and that by really understanding these, it will change how we think about the future. In this wide ranging conversation, we talk about the book, his career, technology in general, transformation, and even about how he writes so prolifically. Don't forget if you like what you hear, subscribe to the podcast, follow me on Twitter at the pulse of AI or pay me on LinkedIn. Let's get to it. Well, welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So let's start out by just having you tell the audience a little bit about yourself. Well, I was raised on a farm in east Texas, a fact I don't have much nostalgia about. And I tended rice university where I met my wife. I mean, she wasn't my wife when I met her.
Airplane Geeks Podcast
"careers technology" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"It's like a buffet. So you can even take your piping course, but then I want to hit class thermal imaging. Or I want to take class in 3D mapping. And you take that on top of your piloting and you take whatever you kind of pick and choose, but whatever you need. And we want to show that we do have the range. It's not just the little consumer stuff that you get Costco. But it's also a lighter system for mapping heavy lift drone or multi spectral sensor or something that actually useful precision agriculture. So we just want to show our capabilities to let people realize the world. You can use drones for other things, rather than just flying and it's banging on my neighbors. Exactly. That's why it was just going to say that. That seems to be the popular thing. So does this tie into a degree program or is it just. Currently been out of college for two? I don't remember the part of the pork curriculum or the fluff classes that you had to take. Right, right. It's a little bit of both. Like I said, it's kind of a buffet where you can pick and choose. So you can come in and we're really under that tech and engineering, side of things, so it's a vocational tech program for a career technology education. So you can take the classes that you need, but we do have we have an autonomous systems development associate of science degree and then we have a piloting certificate. The piloting certificate actually has it'll prep you for the license. You'll have to get your license during to get those certificates. We'll also train you some different certifications as far as what's known as AU VSI top operator certifications and to the National Institute of standards and testing. Certifications, and you will also take occupational safety and get your osha card. So the idea is then you'll have your license you'll have your oshi card and you'll be able to plug and play for a job field with whatever range whatever area you want to get into. So there is professional certificates and there's also AS degrees associated with it, but it's also coming to whatever class you want. And are you doing anything on the AMP side? Airframe mechanic? No. Not yet, because we actually don't have an aviation program and I add our school. So what we're doing, we're actually working with the machining and engineering programs and machines working on the product systems. We work with the engineering as far as the cat design and design and building. And then also the programming student from the CIS, so they can program the drones with they design the drone, they work with the mechanics and the metrology of it and actually come up with some Frankenstein monster kind of address stick them out of the class to solve a problem..
Feliz Dia Novo
"careers technology" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos
"careers technology" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos
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Bad On Paper
"careers technology" Discussed on Bad On Paper
"And you know. I think too with career changes. I think the way that technology the pace of technology is changing. It also kinda narrows the the gap where even starting over doesn't mean that much because you you were saying like when you start up. All of our instagram didn't exist. Pinterest didn't exist so it's like you know how many years have some of these careers. Been around where you know. It's wild to me. That kids can major in social media in college because like by the time the gout and for years. It's going to be totally different because it's always changing right. I mean i'm not saying that it's different to be. I mean i think there are some careers that are similar. Yeah that stay pretty like medicine. Post is similar. I mean there's definitely technological advances there of course but you know. I think in a lot of careers. Technology's really rapidly changing them and so even starting over like the way that you do that job today is probably really different than the way that you did that job ten years ago so yeah somebody might have a lot of institutional knowledge and somebody might have been doing it for a long time but like at some point. That doesn't matter as much yes. Shall we dive into some of these listener questions. Yeah we got so many good ones. It was really hard to choose so the first one was. How do you figure out where to change to. If you've got no idea what to do. Not so hard so hard and that's kind of a situation. I was in when i had my crisis of purpose when i was in my early twenties. I've told the so many times. And i keep telling it because i do think that so many people also have the same set of beliefs but i grew up in a family where you know the three career choices. Were doctor lawyer or vague businessperson. I didn't realize that any type of creative job actually existed. Like i seriously didn't i guess i understood that there were people who made magazines and people who made tv but like it was never i never thought of it is a viable career path will. That's the funny thing for me. Was my mom i remember. She had a friend who was an assistant buyer or a buyer for a department store. My mom's like. I think you'd be really good at this. You love to shop like and of course that's not what the job is but I was like oh. I want to be that because again. I thought that like you could be like a struggling artist or like a business person or like a teacher or something like i dunno a psychologist like i just. Our doctor didn't know about like cheer point magazines or like working for a fashion company or working for our beauty company. Like i grew up on cape cod where everyone was pretty much like a teacher and a doctor were arrested worked in the restaurant hospitality industry and that was kind of it. Yeah so i mean. I totally hear you and i had that same crisis where it was like looking at a blank page and i was like well. I don't want to do this. But what do i wanna do. And i guess for me you know. I think the first thing is you've got to give yourself time in space and you know i'm very much we've talked about this with my couch. Ram like i've made the decision. I want to do it now. And that's one of my. Like i don't know if it's time we best or worst qualities but i'm very decisive and sometimes i feel like decide the part where you're like. I don't want to be doing this before you know the next thing is and i'd say maybe sitting in a little while and think about. What are the things that you really enjoy doing. Or what are things you used to enjoy doing like in school. What subjects did you likely. Did you like writing. Did you like math. Like what are the things that you liked. What are the things that you enjoyed as a kid yet. That's always the thing is like an another good episodes of reference is the interview with elizabeth gilbert. But like the things that you enjoyed as a kid if you can figure out an adult way to do that like great totally early. Do you have any hobbies. I don't necessarily always believe in monetize on your hobbies. Because i do think it changes something but you know. Do you know what a good example is. Do you like to garden. Maybe landscape design. Like what is the monetize will version of something that you enjoy as a hobby. Yeah there was this book that i my mom had on herself and she made me read. When i was a teenager it was called. What color is your parachute. And it was like all about like what you should be doing. but there's also great personality tests online and i can put some in the show. Notes may be but I think that taking some taking those personality test is another good way because also like if you're really introverted like you might prefer an office. I didn't even realize introverted. I wasn't until like i didn't have to be in a really big office setting anymore. I just felt so happy. So i think that looking at career aptitude tests would also be helpful. Yeah and then the other thing is i think that a lot of times you look at somebody else's career at an you like picture the most idealized version of it like if you're picturing being chef you're just making these beautiful creations food creations. You're not like you're not thinking about the part we have to scrub down the floors or like somebody's at you so i think also you know as you start to consider careers finding people who are in those christian. Talk to you and one thing..
"careers technology" Discussed on KGO 810
"Wreck, Cattleman show. Let's take a look at what's going on in the marketplace. Based on the most recent current data 25% of U. S households, one out of four are facing foreclosure or eviction. In the next 60 days. In Rhode Island 15% of homeowners are facing foreclosure. Louisiana 12%, Nevada 11%. But the worst in the country is the state of Maine. 38% of homeowners are facing foreclosure and 70% are facing eviction within two months. Maine is the most horrific scenario, but they're followed by Arizona. 41% of Renters are facing eviction in Colorado 40%, Wyoming, 38% and Arkansas 33%. We have to wonder what the long term implications going to bay on the housing sector, the broader real estate market place and by extension, the American economy. And will this have any impact on the stock market? Will it alter federal policy regarding more stimulus packages to prevent this from occurring? And we also have two at the same time. Watch out for scams. I bring you the latest scam examples as they occur from time to time to help you learn how to protect yourself. And your parents. Here's a dreadful story out of Tennessee and elderly widow. Living at home, hired an exterminator. His name was Carl Hampton. Carl came to her home several times over a three year period. And during this time he began to realize that this widow has dementia. So He convinced her that he was her son or God, son, and that he would care for her. He persuaded her to sign a power of attorney to name him in her revocable living trust as the beneficiary and To be the beneficiary in her will, and he used the documents to steal $1.7 million. Both Carl Hampton and his wife, Deborah, have been arrested by the FBI. He faces 20 years in prison. She faces 10 years. Many of us these days are living very far from our parents. You know, In the old days we lived in the same house. Certainly in the same neighborhood or town these days, we could be 1000 miles away because of the Uprooting and transitory nature of lifestyles today. And it's not a Knopper to nitty Therefore, for you to see your mom and dad on a daily basis, or even a weekly basis, so we need to be very, very careful. To be making sure that we're protecting our parents, our elders as best as we possibly can, so that others don't find themselves victimized in this dreadful way. Let's talk now about careers. Technology, as I've been telling you for a long time now is threatening to eliminate many jobs in my book, the truth about your future. We talk about the 175 occupations that are going to disappear over the next decade because will be replaced by automation robots. Artificial intelligence machine learning. But so far That hasn't happened so far since 1950. There is only one occupation that has been fully eliminated by automation. That job. Elevator operator. It's the only job but we have had 100% job elimination. Now there have been other jobs eliminated over the years prior to 1950 town, criers lamp lighters. Clock Wind ear's Bowling center pin setters. Ice cutters. Those jobs are long gone. We now have a lot of new jobs, air traffic controllers, genetic counselors, drone operators, social media influencers. The point is, technology is advancing. We're going to continue to see disruption in the workplace, both among companies themselves as well as the kinds of workers and skill sets they need. So you need to evaluate very carefully. Is your job safe? How soon might be automated out of existence. And what do you need to do to remain viable in the marketplace? The sooner you can identify the your situation and answer these questions, effectively the better off you'll be in preserving your own financial security and positioning yourself and your family. For the future that we're all headed toward. And I can't help but observe the demise of yet another institution in Americana. The New York Times op ed page. Is now history. New York Times is very famous for its editorial page and on its facing page opposite editorial. That's where the phrase up head comes from. On the Op ed pages were articles submitted by outsiders voicing their points of view. The New York Times has eliminated the op ed page. No, they have not eliminated the other voices. Who, right? In the newspaper. They simply eliminated the name op ed for the simple reason that most of the New York Times readers are not reading the physically printed newspaper. They don't hold it in their hands. So the op Ed isn't on the right side of the page facing the left side editorials Instead, people are reading the New York Times Online, and there is no left or right pages. So the New York Times editorial board decided that the use of the phrase op ed Is simply antiquated and obsolete. It's out of date and no longer relevant further illustration that even the words we use Have to change to keep up with the times. And if you're wondering, Golly gee This is me that life is really short and everything is going just so quickly. Well, you're right it is, And that's why 2.5 million affluent Americans who are 55 years of age or older. Say they plan to retire soon. This is the result of a survey from the Federal Reserve. They found the number of people who are expecting to work beyond age 67. Is that a low a record low of only 33% 2 3rd of people say they're going to quit. For aged 67 That has never happened before. A combination of affluence and I think the realization from the pandemic that Yeah. Life is short and let's make the most of it. Let's not diet our desk. Let's not work till we're done. And make sure that we recognize there's more to life than the career. Does that describe you and your attitude? Do you have the perhaps new found thinking as a result of our global experience of the past year regarding the pandemic that you want to look beyond your current lifestyle, your current career and activities. That means you need to talk to a financial advisor to help you map out a plan to get you from here to there so that you can, in fact enjoy financial security..
"careers technology" Discussed on 99 Challenges
"Their i says have already or build up their revenue team. Silvery is generally the first one off to block their for revenue so start with mucky intercourse. Runway say some of the things i say. I'm gonna say that. I'm a pushback. Lebron you this think this is the biggest issue is you're right. What you said is partially right. In the fact that why it's scaring higher sales reps is especially someone who's not sales professional is intimidated by sales. Is that it's very easy to be conned by mediocrity like someone can come in and say all the right things dweller things however what i would say is. That's exactly the same with your own your marketing everyone else. I don't know how much they actually leads generated. I don't know how many track how much traffic they generate. Lines of code they oversaw. So it's always the same. Here's the difference is that you're right though in those positions. Oh what you do is you would actually go after those skills actually k. Demonstrate your capability during this recruiting process. And we don't do that enough on the sales team aside. That's the first challenge second challenges. Damian's axiom number one. I'm a piss everyone off of this one. Here we go. Here's right. Engineers complain salespeople are lazy and marketers ruin everything. Okay axiom number one. I stick to it. Okay now it's a little tongue in cheek but it's true in the fact that looked as yours do complain. They because they are problem solvers. Do they look for problems. They look for things that need to be fixed cynical. They've gotten this part of their makeup. Lots it's not everyone obviously cliches. But there's some truth to it since we're a lazy lazy not the fairest word. It's probably the closest thing. I was even a good salesperson is looking for ways to get to a win as fast as possible. They're looking for a way to shorten that say you want them to shorten the sales cycle. You want them to win. more quicker. Right mindset skills that you have to get there can lead itself to that now. is that we just. We don't hold them accountable enough. We don't recruit them hard enough. We don't hold them accountable enough as well. And because of that i would say the average sales person is lazy and i see this in my job helping people teams. I look back at my career. And i just helped a team about a year ago. I didn't realize until i was watching it happen as look at this. Get you reminded me myself. And the fact that he is talking to said it comes a point in a sales career technology. Where you're late twenties. Twenty seven twenty eight whatever and you realize. Hey i can coast for the rest of my life and make one hundred thousand dollars it software. I can make one hundred.
Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"careers technology" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"Loved words was a poet wrote plays. He had a love of the english language. Those two events and my mother lived allows twenty two raised me in a word in a world of gratitude which was from my mother's perspective. I mean she realized every day that she received the gift of life. And you know. I was part of that right right in dad. Just being a wordsmith himself he he loved look at a word and see unique angle and amazing vocabulary in again. Wrote plays in. That sort of thing so i only say that because i didn't have any sense of what that meant except it was my upbringing which i am grateful for right twenty five years in your my health care career technology business. I was doing. I mean you know you kind of have the opportunities and not try to take advantage of them at some really nice sales runs in. You know there's all of that side of achievement performance. I'm a competitive guy. Love sports music the day after pretty much. I closed a large client deal. Which was a renewal to extend visits relationship. Rock position was eliminated a layoff like bam bam moment was everything was going along just fine and then it wasn't okay. Both of my parents had passed by the time that had happened but the morning after that. My mother's gratitude in my father's love of words just forged themselves when i woke up one morning with on my nightstand pounding on my head Head was the word strong. While short for i wrote that word vertically on an on a piece of paper and all of a sudden it became a definition for what it meant to be strong which was s stand. T was tall are was remain was optimistic. Endless now in ji was go for it so i looked at a word and just saw the letters of that word as a way to define. Its meaning for me for that day. So what was that. That was limited energy..
860AM The Answer
"careers technology" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We We started working with them. Just maybe. I don't know 23 months ago. Um, but it's exciting. I mean, it's exciting to see What they're doing, how fast they're growing, You know, even even just the way they're marketing themselves. It's really in a fun time, too, to place people there right now and and to be able to shape the company into what it's gonna become. I think that's Fantastic, fantastic opportunity that going back to the start of conversation, and that's that's what they are right now. So to be able to really make a difference there, I think it'll be good for people's careers. You know they're starting there. At this time. And I'm assuming because loose it is in the city next to Tesla's to sow their New York intestines and Freeman. There's probably a lot of attempted poaching going on right now. Perhaps I wouldn't know about that. But perhaps I think that's something to be expected. I don't mean to put you on the spot. I'm just speculating, Of course. So, with a couple of minutes we have left in this segment. What other things are you seeing is trends in hiring in Silicon Valley and beyond. Mm hmm. You know, it's transfer are interesting because it really It's so client dependent, right? So really dependent who my working with I feel really good about. You know where things are at in terms of The job market, at least in technology. Right. So I I work with other other firms s O like one called Mark 49, which is they work with the global 1000 to kind of jump start their incubators. But they're taking things to the next level and starting accelerators. So you know, we hire you ex researchers as well, Asses, you know, accelerate accelerator leads or entrepreneurs and residents so people that have a media founder, background and Have worked with venture and you know private equity firms and can help them can help their clients build these accelerators but also build out their their own accelerator practices, and it's just kind of kicking off. Um, And so what I'm seeing is definitely on the data science side, right that that's still a very, very hot market. So data science and machine learning and engineering Um, that's definitely a trend, and I happen to work in the at last in space. Well, so at last you and as you know, it's just a great suite of products that a lot of companies are really relying on. You know, many companies are using their products, you know, throughout your cross functionally to manage their work, and so that's an area that we're definitely helping lucid with. That's great. Well, Anna, thank you so much for being here today and talking about your experience talking about the work you're doing with lucid on our last segment. Because we don't get to in this segment. I'm gonna want to talk about some of the alternative. Not just alternative career technology. But some of the alternative ways to get a head start into technology and unite can kind of bounce ideas back and forth. And so people looking for a career in technology, he get ideas from us. Sounds like a plan. Keep Listening. So Camilla insider, my social studies and Denzel's founder and CEO of all Tourist technology services, a staffing firm here in Silicon Valley, you any questions or comments about today's show or how to reach and I just email us.
"careers technology" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Apple media is an equal opportunity. Employer, any community organization or educational institution that maintains a job bank provides career information or job referrals may ask to receive information about openings that talk radio 77 w A. B C in New York City and talk radio one of 71 w L. I. R in Hampton Base for further info, job developers and Career advisors should visit w ABC radio dot com. BACKSLASH careers That's w ABC radio dot com BACKSLASH careers Technology moves at the speed of innovation. And today that's lightning fast. So when you get your hands on the latest tech, don't forget to do the right thing with your old devices recycle them. The Consumer Technology Association and its members are making recycling your old tech device as easy as purchasing new ones. Just go to greener gadgets dot org's type in your ZIP code, and you'll instantly find the responsible recycling location closest to your home. You'll also find lots of tips to simplify your recycling like asking the store where you buy your new TV. If they'll haul away your old one television sets, video game consoles, smartphones tablets. They're all recyclable. Don't let them clog up your local landfill. Just visit greener gadgets dot org's You're sharp enough to get the latest tech tools into your home now be responsible enough to get your old devices to the recycler that's greener gadgets. Daughter work. Stay connected 24 7 showing the conversation like 77 w A..