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Interview With Sravan Kasarla, Chief Data Officer of Thrivent
"I am so thrilled to have as our guest today. Shrove on cassara. Who was the chief. Data officer at thriving financial will give us some insights into ai in the finance financial services industry so high trauma and thank you so much for joining us on today. Thank you nice to me on the podcast. Happy to go through. And she of my experiences in journey in how data and i have been changing world and have already been changing but it will be in the future. Yeah we're so excited to have you on for our listeners. Who were able to attend our data for ai. Conference back in september twenty twenty. We had you on a panel as well. So we're excited to get you back on the podcast. I am updates and additional insights. So we'd like to start by first having introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at thrive in financial again. I've been a data guy for the last twenty five years. So that's that's what i being amicably. But my goal of ada. Woody data managing the data Designing it s. all the. It's being impact of business outcomes. Business committed piece to what we used to be calling analytics before on what he now started calling modify and also machine learning. This is always. My journey has been to enable so biggest focus of mine. A expedients have been financial services over the last two holidays last for fifteen years. But i grew more in a consulting world obeyed ahead an opportunity to really learn how how is offense. Analytics and data to the business elite right the business not only operated businesses but also help understand bid the business that headed in the consulting world than e commerce and the deer by journey has taken me to g moldy g insurance arm off the ge to mass mutual financial. There's there's been the biggest impact of that i could I cannot recall
Codecov Breach Impacted ‘Hundreds’ of Customer Networks
"Hundreds of networks reportedly hacked in kodakov supply chain attack following on with the story. We have been covering this week. New reporting from reuters shows that hundreds of customer networks have been breached in kodakov incident expanding. The scope of this breach beyond its own systems. Kodakov is an online software testing platform. That can be integrated with get hub projects to generate code coverage reports statistics in this attack threat actors gained co two cubs credentials from their flawed docker image that was then used to alter kotenkov bash. Uploaded script used by its customers. Kotenkov has over twenty nine thousand customers including prominent names like go. Daddy atlassian the washington post and proctor and gamble making this a noteworthy supply chain incidents and an ongoing story. Remote code execution vulnerabilities uncovered in smart air. Fryer researchers from cisco talos have disclosed to remote code execution vulnerabilities in the koussari. Five point eight quart. Air fryer a wifi connected kitchen product that leverages the internet to give users remote control over cooking temperature times and settings according to tell us researchers cassara did not respond appropriately within the typical ninety day vulnerability disclosure period which is why it has now been made public. Though consumers may consider this situation to be innocuous it is an example of an iot endpoint of unr- ability that can leverage a home connection to cause damage there or anywhere else
How Can We Film Giant Squid?
"Today's episode is brought to you by ibm. Technology is becoming more open data more accessible and the world more innovative i._b._m. Is combining their industry expertise with the open source leadership of red hat to bring you more freedom more security or flexibility. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at i._b._m. Dot com slash red hat. Welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren bocom here. The giant squid is carnivorous invertebrate that weighs over four hundred and forty pounds or two hundred kilograms and measures around thirty three feet or ten meters long. Yes it can be as long as a school bus and has is the size of dinner plates along with a sharp beak in short. It's a little disconcerting. Perhaps apps more. Disconcerting is the fact that these wild creatures which have rarely ever been spotted alive have been popping up in the videos in recent years very much alive and very very large urge before two thousand four that only been found his carcasses washed up on beaches or captured by fishermen so what's going on under the sea is a rash shove giant squid sightings and indication that these see giants are taking over the waves in a word not but the sightings do indicate technology is advancing an and exciting new ways. We spoke edith witter p._h._d. The c. e. o. m. senior scientist of florida's ocean research in conservation association inc did she said it hasn't really been a rash of giant squid sightings. There have only been two times giant squid have been filmed in the deep sea both times the animals were spotted with help from a camera system and optical lure that witter developed to help researchers explore the creatures of the deep sea without scaring them away the camera system is called called. Medusa medusa is unlike any recording device used before because it emits a red light. That's an invisible to most creatures living in the midnight zone. That's the expanse pitch black water about three thousand three hundred feet or thousand meters below the ocean surface then there's the optical lure an electronic jellyfish that accompanies medusa down below the waves to help draw creatures toward the camera with an innovative method that takes inspiration from animals natural cues called an e jelly witter explained blamed the each elliott imitates the bioluminescence burglar alarm display of a common deep sea jellyfish bioluminescence burglar alarms are like scream for help using liked liked their last-ditch effort of pray that are caught in the clutches of a predator to attract the attention of a bigger predator that may attack their attacker and thereby afford them an opportunity for escape escape until just fifteen years ago. The only facts known about giant squid were gathered from their massive dead bodies since live ones had never been seen then then in two thousand and four the first live images of giant squid were captured and in two thousand twelve. The first video of a giant squid emerged thanks to medusa capturing specimen swimming off of japan's cassara archipelago. It wasn't until june of two thousand nineteen that another medusa shot giant squid video came to light this time of a roughly ten foot long. That's three remitters young swimmer in u._s. Waters around the gulf of mexico june twenty nineteen marked the fifth deployment of medusa on this particular expedition and when witter and her team examined the video the undeniable footage of a long tentacle creature reaching out for the jelly. It's hard to tell exactly how big it was because it was heading straight towards the camera. All these years of underwater chasing begs the question. Why are these animals so camera. Shy in the first place witter said the giant giant squid has been elusive because our standard methods of exploration using platforms with bright lights and noisy thrusters has been scaring away the only reason we even knew giant squid existed assisted is because they happen to float when they die so dead and dying specimens have been seen and photographed surface. How many other animals are they're living in the deep sea that we don't know about because we've been scaring them away and they don't happen to float when they die a good and perhaps even more disconcerting question indeed today's episode was written by michelle concept dusky and produced by tyler. Clang bringing is production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more than this. Lots of other mysterious. Topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from i heart radio is iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows instead of an ad today i have message from the ad council. Nobody likes an awkward silence but sometimes it can be a good thing use an awkward silence to ask your friend about their mental health. It can really help find out how at sees the awkward dot org.
"cassara" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"We hear from people all the time. I'll walk more blocks. And go to your third store. I just don't want to deal with that. Now, despite the pleas from private sector to keep the camping and panhandling ordinance is the set in lie or niche in place. It bans the homeless folks from sitting in lying in front of businesses panhandling. Things like that, while the city council will consider repealing all of those ordinances next week accounts member. Greg Cassara says homeless ordinances are discriminatory. So, yeah, they're discriminatory, actually, they are they are discriminatory. They are, it's a way that needs to be. It's okay to discriminate against somebody. That's driving business away from your being. Exactly. It's discrimination, where discrimination needs to happen. And this is a real real thing. I mean, this is something that is curb ING people from going downtown to, to, to trade with these businesses downtown to go to restaurants downtown thinks that they just I mean, spat enough where our parking SoHo. You already paying for it in the form of citations police officers arresting and transporting to jails and hot. Spills, you're already paying for this, which it's already taken money out of the general fund. None of that makes any difference in the situation either. So it's real. It is affecting business. No doubt about it. So is it rude? Is it discrimination? Okay. So be it, but it's got to be done. Well, this these ordinances repealing these ordinances will not fix anything. It doesn't get people off the streets. It doesn't help spur business growth or anything like that. It doesn't make our communities safer for Eighty-one involved, including those that are homeless.
"cassara" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Area. Here from people all the time, walk, three more blocks. And go to your third rouses store, 'cause I just don't want to deal with that. Now, despite the pleas from private sector to keep the camping and panhandling ordinance the Senate lie or niche in place. It bans, the homeless folks from sitting in lying in front of businesses panhandling, things like that. Well, the city council consider repealing all of those ordinances next week accounts member. Greg Cassara says homeless ordinances are discriminatory. So, yeah, they're discriminatory, actually, they are they are discriminatory. They are way that needs to be. It's okay to discriminate against somebody that's driving business away from your exactly. It's discrimination, where discrimination needs to happen. And this is a real real thing. I mean, this is something that is curb ING people from going downtown to, to, to trade with these businesses downtown to go to restaurants downtown things that they just I mean, spat enough where our parking hard, you already paying for it in the form of citations police officers arresting and transporting to jails hospitals. You're already paying for this, which it's already taken money out of the general fund. None of that makes any difference in the situation either. So it's real. And it is affecting business. No doubt about it. So is it rude? Is it discrimination? Okay. So be it, but it's got to be done. Well, this these ordinances repealing these ordinances will not fix anything. It doesn't get people off the streets. It doesn't help spur business growth or anything like that. It doesn't make our communities safer for Eighty-one involved, including those that are homeless. On newsradio. KLBJ. Gary is.
Samsung Unveils the $2000 Galaxy Fold; Apple draws up a blueprint for the foldable iPhone
"After years and years of promises Samsung has unveiled its first foldable phone this past week. And when opened it turns into a tablet, it's super innovative. But it comes at a pretty hefty price tag to g that's right. And it's not the first company. There've been foldable phones brought in the market as far back as twenty eleven with a Cassara echo a startup called Royal has actually released a folding phone at the end of last year. But this is the first one from a major manufacturer the galaxy fold as it's being called or point. Six and smartphone. Expands to a seven point three inch tablet. So let's say you're using Google maps this phone screen shows, a small map that went open to the tablet gives you the whole picture. It's pretty slick. There are six cameras on the device goes on sale April twenty six from AT and T and T mobile in both four g and five g versions. They also released some other phones a galaxy S ten and they have now to rear facing cameras. They added another one centers three and nine hundred thousand dollars. But the real star this show is the Calix full priced at two grand. It's a tough, sell, but people will buy it because we've been in a smartphone rut for so long. I mean, the tech elite are itching for something new. Alot apple are you listening? But they may be they are listening because Apple's planning to develop their own full phone at least that's what it looks like in a patent that apple filed their dreamed up folded before it looks like a clam shell. But this one could actually be folded in two directions. A Dutch tech site. Let's go digital created or rendering of what exactly it might look like in the rendering looks like a plus sized iphone that falls into something smaller. But again, this is a patent. It may never come to big. But if it does I don't expect it anytime soon apple used to be really really innovative. Now, they're pretty much late to the party on just about anything. But at least this time, they would be releasing an iphone and actually Ben's on
Samsung’s foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold, available April 26th starting at $1,980
"Heck if finally happens that's right after years and years of promises Samsung has unveiled its first foldable phone this past week. And when opened it turns into a tablet, it's super innovative. But it comes at a pretty hefty price tag to g that's right. And it seems it's not the first company. There've been foldable phones brought in the market has twenty eleven with the Cassara echo a startup called Royal has actually released a folding phone at the end of last year. But this is the first one from a major manufacturer the galaxy fold as it's being called four point six and smartphone. Expands to a seven point three inch tablet. So let's say you're using Google maps smartphone screen shows us. Squall map that went open to the tablet gives you the whole picture. It's pretty slick. They're six cameras on a device goes on sale, April twenty six from AT and T and T mobile in both four g in five g versions, they also released some other phones the galaxy S ten and they have now to rear facing cameras. They added another one dollars three and nine hundred thousand dollars. But the real star of the show is the galaxy full price to to grant. It's a tough sell that people will buy it because we've been in a smartphone for so long. I mean, the tech elite are itching for something nails alot apple are you
"cassara" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I've stomach upset. There's no vomiting or diarrhea. And there are no other things that might make a cat owner concerned about their about their pet. They have good appetite even CBD itself can be an appetite stimulant all though, we know that THC is a little bit better in that area, but see media instantly late appetite too. So they eat well they rest very comfortably. They move. Well, an overall owners that I talked to an owners that have been surveyed have been incredibly happy with the results that they see and they're very safe and on the other side of it. We also don't see dependency issues like we see with some other drugs. So you can stop TVD altogether, and you won't have bad effects from stopping it patients. Don't get the DT's or something like you might see with other withdrawal drugs. So it's an incredibly safe product as well. Well, so we're just about running out of time. I really I would love to learn even more about this. But I'm gonna kinda summarize the take home messages. That I really want my listeners to get from this. And then you guys correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that it is important that that my listeners if they want to do something about this. They choose a pure product because I think the scary side effects in the unsafe issues are maybe associated with other additives or at home mixtures or something like that. Would you guys agree with that? Yeah. Yes. So I think some indications might be anxiety seizure disorder, and possibly some of the cognitive things associated with aging and cats is that what I did. I get that. Right. Yes. And certainly pain as well. Right. Yeah. Okay. So you guys have some opinions about where they could find out more about products that you guys feel comfortable recommending can you share with us something about that? Maybe Stephen I'll call on Stephen. I there is a helpful website. And. And it's run by Dr Cassara Andrei, and it's called veterinary cannabis education dot org. Did I say that right lives? I feel like I said that right cannabis education. I don't worry. It is veterinary cannabis dot org veterinary cannabis dot org. The heck you and she she does -education for veterinarians and owners, and she actually has a really nice breakdown of what owners can look for in a particular product and ask about which is really nice for the clients. And then for veterinarians or veterinary staff that are interested. We have a special group that's preventing Steph.
"cassara" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Support the show. Yeah. Like the animal GIO a to you know, masseuse guy. I went to Oregon. Not really a three striper, but come is on some boosts heard really good things about the Adidas boosts. And they've got a ton of new balances for you tie. You got your eye on some nine nine seven some five seven fours different colors, some without the end because that's like a limited edition thing. I guess I don't know. But you can you can get yourself. Some newbies for sure. All right. Let's move on. Let's talk about actual games. Okay. To thirty neutral cider in Yankee Stadium. I'm not sure how it feel about that. Well, I mean, you have a hat that already on her do the head college football and Yankee Stadium. Thank you. Thank you. Now so on NBC Syracuse at Notre Dame. I guess it's not at Notre Dame. Syracuse versus Notre Dame neutral site game. The line is about ten points in favor of the fighting Irish the state of play for Notre Dame is very simple. We talked about it earlier if they win this week against Syracuse. If they win next week on the road at USC they are in the playoffs. There's any two ways about off. Yeah. The stakes are extremely high. And what worries me is at Syracuse knows that as you know, from time to time. I talk about games that I call, quote, I'm using the air quotes here defacto national championships. This my friends is a classic case of that Cassara cues ain't winning the ACC Atlantic. They're not playing. The title game. They close out the year with Boston College at this point in the season. This game is syracuse's national championship game. And so I get a little worried when I see a situation like that. Because I know they're going to be fired up. So the good thing is it's not in the carrier dome..
"cassara" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged. What I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news, but really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's midnight were their Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion, California sheriff releasing the body camera footage of a man who shot himself after killing five other people, including his wife. Fifty four year old havi are Cassandra's took his wife to a trucking company in Bakersfield, confronted an employee there whom he killed before killing his wife, then he shot another man believed to be a friend Cassara, then drove to a nearby house and killed the father and daughter inside. But then he carjacked a woman whose baby was in the vehicle, and he told them he wasn't a bad guy. And let them go allowing those who. Leave. He didn't tar they weren't targeted. So made us believe that the others were targeted for specific reason Kern county sheriff Donnie Youngblood said a deputy spotted him and asked him to put his gun down. But he instead shot himself in the chest Cassara his wife had apparently recently filed for divorce. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says he will commit two billion dollars to help in homeless families and starting schools for low income families. The new effort is called the bazo. Stay one fund change is coming to Chicago. Police department officials unveiling an updated plan Thursday to reform police department with a history of civil rights abuses. Illinois, attorney general Lisa Madigan knows change won't come overnight. I truly believe that for the first time Chicago will truly have real and lasting police reform air Rahm Emanuel saying the proposal is the result of a collective effort. The agreement were submitting today reflects the voices the perspectives and the experiences of Chicagoans from. All communities, one notable change in the revised agreement is a provision requiring officers to document any time, they pointed a gun at someone Steve rappoport. Fox news. Rock and Roll Hall of fame. Guitarist, gene. Cornish of the rascals has had a pacemaker implanted after collapsing on stage during a concert in Montana. A publicist says he's.
Trump and Omarosa spar over claim he used N-word
"President Trump, and former White House aide. Omarosa continue to Spar one presidential tweet even suggesting Mark Burnett apprentice producer, told Mr.. Trump there. Was no outtake of, him using the n. word on the set press secretary Sarah Sanders I can't guarantee anything but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly homeworks is. Hiring was questioned last year since she was considered a in in the Trump apprentice, realm Sanders insists that lingering questions about her integrity led to the chief of staff firing her general Kelly came on and he voiced concerns that this individual didn't have the best interest of the White House and the president in the country at heart Sandras did concur with, a tweet that, President Trump, asked Kelly to try to work their
"cassara" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"They eat well they rest very comfortably they move well an overall owners that I. Talk to and owners that have been surveyed have been incredibly happy with the results that they see and they're very safe and on the other side, of it we also don't see dependency issues like we see with some other drugs so you can, stop CD altogether and you won't have bad. Effects from stopping it patients don't get. The DT's or something like you might see with other withdrawal drugs so it's Incredibly safe product. As well well so, we're just about running out of time I really, I would love to learn. Even more about this but I'm gonna kinda summarize the take home messages that I really want my listeners to get from. This and then you. Guys correct me if I'm wrong but I, think that it is important that that my listeners if they want to. Do something about this they choose a. Pure product because I, think the scary side. Effects in the. Unsafe issues are maybe associated with other, additives or at home mixtures or something like that would you guys agree with that yes so I think some indications might be anxiety seizure disorder and, possibly some of the cognitive things associated with aging and cats is that what did I get that right, yes and certainly pain as well right yeah okay. So you guys have some opinions about where they could find out more about products. That you You guys feel comfortable. Recommending, can you share with us something about that. Maybe Stephen, a call on Stephen I there is a helpful, website and it's run by Dr Cassara Andrei and it's called veterinary cannabis education dot work did I say. That right lives I feel like I said that, wrong cannabis education I read it is veterinary cannabis dot org, veterinary cannabis dot.
"cassara" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And they don't have any other bad effects from it so most of them depending on the carrier oil that the is in they don't have stomach upset there's no vomiting or diarrhea and they're no other things that might make a cat owner concerned about their about their pets they have good appetites even cbd itself can be an appetite stimulant although we know that is a little bit better in that area but cd itself can stimulate appetite too so they eat well they rest very comfortably they move well an overall owners that i talked to and owners that have been surveyed have been incredibly happy with the results that they see and they're very safe and on the other side of it we also don't see dependency issues like we see with some other drugs so you can stop tvd altogether and you won't have bad effects from stopping it patients don't get the dt's or something like you might see with other withdrawal drugs so it's incredibly safe product as well well so we're just about running out of time i really i would love to learn even more about this but i'm going to kind of summarize the take home messages that i really want my listeners to get from this and then you guys correct me if i'm wrong but i think that it is important that that my listeners if they want to do something about this they choose a pure product because i think the scary side effects and the unsafe issues are maybe associated with other additives or at home mixtures or something like that would you guys agree with that yeah yes so i think some indications might be anxiety seizure disorder and possibly some of the cognitive things associated with aging and cats is that what did i get that right yes and certainly pain as well right yeah okay so you guys have some opinions about where they could find out more about products that you you guys feel comfortable recommending can you share with us something about that maybe steven call steven i there is a helpful website and it's run by dr cassara andrei and it's called veterinary cannabis education dot org did i say that right lives i feel like i said that right cannabis education it is veterinary cannabis dot org veterinary cannabis dot org.
"cassara" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"This is the todd don show did you hear the mayor mayor steve adler greg cassara in the mayor of new york they crossed into mexico illegally when they went down to the border and they were told by law enforcement to stay put and they didn't they didn't they did not follow the directions of ice agents our homeland security the you know what if you think about it they probably get a security detail that had weapons that also crossed across the board it's interesting that our mayor is a is a lawyer because he doesn't seem to have much respect for the law he's down there you know protesting people that essentially are breaking the law out people that are that are breaking the law so it's it's out of these guys are out of control of the mayor de blasio city council mcgregor saw and mayor steve adler they've made a few statements about this they call it ridiculous here's debiasi else we were told where the border line was and we respected both times showed passports went through with the approval of the agents at the entry yeah now the aged claims to blasio security detail admitted that they did not have permission to cross into mexico and that the group did did not follow orders to remain in mexico until an escort could bring them back to the united states i guess they're above the law yeah i mean it's kind of silly we'll get all worked up about it but it is hypocritical the way they feel as if they're above the law i know it i know it's it's also given the fact that they're doing something that really has nothing to do with why whoever voted for these folks voter demand it's not surprising they wouldn't listen to law enforcement down there i mean they've been talking locally telling people here locally do not cooperate with authorities and now casare saying he wants to abolish is yes okay because they abuse people they abused babies and children is what he says let me just i need a refresher just from you real quick during our sensitivity training i want to make sure i cannot use profanity on this show correct that is correct there will be fine make sure because i really want to i want to i want to say a lot of things right now i got you i cannot believe how the the how distracted how out of control how completely spun off casare in our mayor are i mean if it's like they have completely forgot what their job is here six twenty one they've gone rogue got an update on this case in the fifth circuit court of appeals yeah attorneys for three ut professors made their case before the appeals court in hopes of banning guns in classrooms now rene hicks who represents the professors says concealed handguns are a threat to debate and discourse in the classroom thanks get ten somebody might pull out a gun that's what they say i guess you can think of all kinds of possibilities i guess that could happen anywhere it could you know second here's the attorney the policy forces them to sit there the professor sit there in eastern that wants to have a gun in my classroom and it can be loaded any student and i can't know who they are listen rene hicks you a liar because not any student can have a gun in the classroom that's you got to be twenty one when you go when you are freshmen you're only eighteen nineteen maybe you gotta be twenty one there's only maybe four or five folks on the ut campus that have a licensed know i guess if someone had a flame thrower in class to they might use that all kinds of things could happen ala however as the court points out guns are allowed in public parks where people debate freely and since ut is a public school the same rules currently apply under the law in classrooms in a ruling is expected in this this appeal's hearing very soon they say there you go really silly very silly very irrational yeah so far due to campus carry there have been no we we've we've never talked about a single incident due to campus carry listen the voice of the democrat party the one time voice of the democrat party a stormy daniels is back in the news after reportedly being under arrest for allowing a customer to touch her during a routine that she had there in a strip club in columbus ohio attorney michael bondi he reported the.
"cassara" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And they don't have any other bad effects from it so most of them depending on the carrier oil that the cbd is in they don't have stomach upset there's no vomiting or diarrhea and there no other things that might make a cat owner concerned about their about their pets they have good appetite even vdsl's can be an appetite stimulant although we know that a little bit better in that area but cbd itself can stimulate appetite too so they eat well they rest very comfortably they move well an overall owners that i talk to and owners that have been surveyed have been incredibly happy with the results that they see and they're very safe and on the other side of it we also don't see dependency issues like we see with some other drugs so you can stop cd altogether and you won't have bad effects from stopping it patients don't get the dt's or something like you might see with other withdrawal drugs so it's incredibly safe product as well well so we're just about running out of time i really i would love to learn even more about this but i'm gonna kinda summarize the take home messages that i really want my listeners to get from this and then you guys correct me if i'm wrong but i think that it is important that that my listeners if they want to do something about this they choose a pure product because i think the scary side effects in the unsafe issues are maybe associated with other additives or at home mixtures or something like that would you guys agree with that yeah yes so i think some indications might be anxiety seizure disorder and possibly some of the cognitive things associated with aging and cats is that what i did i get that right yes and certainly pain as well right yeah okay so you guys have some opinions about where they could find out more about products that you you guys feel comfortable recommending can you share with us something about that maybe stephen i'll call on stephen i there is a helpful website and it's run by dr cassara andrei and it's called veterinary cannabis education dot org did i say that right lives i feel like i said that right cannabis education it is that generic cannabis dot org veterinary cannabis dot org.
"cassara" Discussed on Unchained
"Certain about is that china doesn't have the same kind of process that we do here in the us so i feel like maybe the chinese are not aware about the kind of privacy issues of of using chart whereas like i feel like in the us because of the role that the press is people might have more awareness but you're right that so far they've they've been happy to sign away all their privacy rights but there's more awareness now so who knows we will see which are positioned better to capitalize on the growth of the crypto space institutional players that are entering crypto now like the goldmans and the intercontinental exchanges or pure crypto businesses succeed relative with their expectations are so obviously bank in if an institution looks krypton they see okay can i bring on a hundred million us dollar a year business onto my onto my bank and i maybe staff people in this desk that is as a management decision okay that's that's a decently profitable desk now if they've seen the acid appreciation the interest from their clients from their employees for this new this new space maybe they make you that okay well maybe this asset classes going to be thing and i'm calling to invest time and money come overcoming some of the issues in the crypto space from financial institution perspective now from a pure crypto biz business those players getting involved is great because a lot of the problem of pure businesses they rely on some way shape or form some form of quitting and the cost of that business is essentially the hedging costs or the transaction fees are all these sort of things that are baked into that product that there trading the more the quitting the market that cheaper it becomes for them to offer their service the more people that they can hit with a very low price point so i think it's sort of they'll help each other in that in that respect and they'll both achieve the goals for their constituencies yeah i interviewed went says cassara zoppo and he was telling me about how in a previous business of his.
"cassara" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"All right and a lot more in your book us versus them failure of globalism of course as we countdown to this crucial meeting moments away for kim jong next breaking news bill cosby guilty but he has free tonight at home will we go to jail how much jail time plus melania trump celebrating her birthday tonight the president of course woke up this morning called fox news and they asked him about her birthday and here's what he said he got do you want to tell us what you got her well i'd better not get into that because i may get in trouble you've heard of game of thrones and i'm sure you've heard of the sport basketball well now you can see the mashed together in a call tune it's game of zones only on bleacher report thank bill copied guilty the eighty year old comedian now at his home in pennsylvania after being convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault and sexual assault the judge telling cosby not to leave his home or the state as he away to sentencing jim cassara is out front guilty guilty bill cosby found guilty of three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault after prosecutors argued during the trial that the legendary comedian assaulted andrea constand in two thousand four i am so happy today that i can say that although justice was delayed it was not denied it took a lot of courage for her to come back and to do this cosby was on trial for drugging and sexually assaulting constand at his home in pennsylvania in two thousand four cosby who became known as america's dad i face charges for the attack in two thousand fifteen after a deposition from constanze two thousand five civil case against cosby was unsealed in which he admitted to giving quay lutes to women he wanted to have sex with but that trial ended in a hung jury in two thousand seventeen the second trial started just three weeks ago and with it some big changes a new defense team led by.
"cassara" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To the totted don show the station that made it a hit you are welcome now while coming up tomorrow the austin city council is going to be voting on this saw paid sick leave ordinance this mandatory paid sick leave aboard it's for businesses here in town alana businesses most do not like this what so i haven't heard from a business that supports now we have not but feel free to call if you do we love to hear why you would support this mandate from the city council earlier this morning we got a chance to visit withdrew chevrolet he's what the austin chamber of commerce to get his reaction thank you i'm happier in a camel on when they well go because it's hub day tom day i guess he's he's got to stand up routine guy either a lotta instead of all the moms out there there you go yeah drew atienza how does the business community feel about this greg cassara idea this paid sick leave ordinance proposal be the business communities got a whole lot of concerns we have ninety thousand often based businesses and all of them would be impacted by the proposal by uh council member sr and what is your what is your recommendation to to greg kosar had you got a chance to talk with it well he did come to our board meeting and we asked him how much it would cost and he said that he cannot model that until they pass the ordinance all we going to do it first to figure out how the impact forty about the details later why am also what what the hurry was why he couldn't spend time to get a real look at how this would impact on impact austin employers and he said that that didn't fit with the schedule that austin city council set out for it so paul so it's just convenient we're going to rush it through because because we don't have time we're gonna we're gonna hurry to do this because it's it's a calendar issue yeah they've got a whole right near interests data and it is it is insulting did the city council think that it's necessary considering they don't offer paid sick leave and they have exempted themselves from the proposal.
"cassara" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Drew chevrolet he's the president shall the austin chamber of commerce e he talks and communicates with business owner sierra daily yes drew thank you so much for joining us thank you i'm happier in a camel on wednesday well because it's hub day tom day i guess and he's getting where he's going to stand up routine the letter date of all the moms out there there you go yeah drew obvious how does the business community phil about this greg cassara idea this paid sick leave ordinance proposal the business communities got a whole lot of concerns we have ninety thousand often based businesses and all of them would be impacted by the proposal by uh council member sr and what does your what is your recommendation to to greg kosau have you got a chance to talk with him well he did come to our board meeting and we asked him how much it would cost and he said that he cannot model that until they pass the ordinance all we gotta do it first to figure out how the impact forty about the details later why also what what the hurry was why he couldn't ten time to get a real look at how this would impact on impact austin employers and he said that that didn't fit with the schedule that often city council sit out for itself all so it's just we got to rush it through does because we don't have time we gotta hurry to do this because it's it's a calendar issue yeah that got a whole right near interest in and it is it is insulting the city council think that if necessary considering dadone offer paid sick leave and they've exempted themselves from the proposal to that kind of sticks in our throat like a heroine of biscuit yeah you know it's it's the kind of thing that we think is gonna cost about one hundred and sixty million dollars a year just trying to take them horseback math to the problem and uh we think that they really need to hit pause and look for sure and what this is gonna do to austin and austin employers kind of texas shot an affordability issues does it takes shouted affordability and for those companies that don't have any form of a six sick leave policy and say just take what you need this will complicate there lives uh and.
"cassara" Discussed on Unchained
"Products really on the internet that we that were simply not possible for forum in a way bitcoin is actually the first application for blockchain's the same way that email was the first application for the internet and they think the other thing that i like to think about when it comes to bitcoin is that it really is a new form of money that is actually also it also represents progress in the types of money that we've had before so before we had seashells the end tally six in yup stones and then goals and more recently paper money now we have digital money that is more fungible easily divisible more transportable and so one of the ceos and the space who's pretty well known when says cassara as the ceos aapo i know that he's called it the best form of money we've ever had and i actually i would say that i agree with him although when when thing i would add is side since it so early in the days of cryptocurrency it's hard to know really which of the many different currencies were seeing will be winner so whether or not bitcoin you know over it retains its firstmover advantage here is it's too early to tell seem mentioned the bitcoin's the first form of digital money but when i think about the banking system isn't it digital already i mean i bank online my credit card as online i don't really hold cash no so actually the is the interface that you're dealing with is just a digital veneer on a centuries old system call double entry bookkeeping and in that system both of the parties that are transacting keep their own ledgers and then reconcile them and within that system also there are many middlemen so for instance if you try to send in international wire transfer and let's say a you know let's say it's you're sending when to me and you are in senegal and i am in costa rica.
"cassara" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"What does it take to build a flourishing ecosystem so eventually grows organically without the assistance of linda and endeavour linda argues that only takes a few success stories like once says cassara is to set the whole process in motion we have mapped out in terms of entrepreneurs to entrepreneur touch points and the density of those touch points in the way we did this through endeavours researchgroup is we asked in countries where we were in argentinainturkeyandjordanincolombia's around the world we asked startup so endeavours about the scale up so we asked people didn't know yeah the rift early stage five questions we would go to people just starting companies and safe five thanks who mentor view who inspired you clean vested in you have you started the company before you a serial on twitter and did you work for an entrepreneurial but firm before right the talent component and we would map out there connections and here's what we say earlyon there's no density there's a few entrepreneurs isolated they don't touch each other noone's investing nausea and as you start to see the places where as i said the successful entrepreneurs become comment i know you'd you you you have a loved the term pay pal mafia but they become that paid them off the googleirsthefacebookirsthe people who actually reinvest right and aren't we actually see through visual touch points that four or five people can inspire mentor and invest in practically the entire ecosystem and then what happens one of the missing ingredients are non as talent right it's really hard to find any cease we talent if you're just starting out once he have success stories and people have built thousand person jobs and train that then what you see later on a decade later is that people actually not only confined the mentorship in the capital's starred but the talent to actually scale businesses.
"cassara" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"Aidsolinda now has 200000 and success entrepreneur is ready to play the role of mentor she only had to find one final node inner embryonic network an entrepreneur to take a chance on and she found one a former sheepfarmer with a flair for bigger is when says cassara as was a kid who had grown up on a sheep farm in patagonia he creates the first internet service provider it gets taken over he gets thrown out of the company with nothing his 24 years old and he decides i'm gonna go start the first each trade of latinamericaso we need him and he had been turned down by 34 local investors and is sister and his best friend working for him and we just met him and said this disguise on something whence his on the other hand thought linda was on he thought that myself and my cofounder peter were running a cult he thought it was a religious cult because why would anyone want to actually help someone who didn't have the right last name and was this there wasn't even the word for entrepreneur so yes even when says thought i was crazy butlinda is led sheikhalokashe actually wrote a book called crazy is a compliment which explains why she didn't care if wenceslas endeavour was occult she convinced went sister join any we ended up helping lenses raise capital from fredwilson than a flatter partners and chasecapital we ended up helping them find a clowhat happened was eighteen months later this kid who everyone knew 34 investors had turned him down came from nowhere cells his company paddock oncom tobacco santen dare for 750million all 34 invest.
"cassara" Discussed on Podcast â€“ The Pan-African Alliance
"And that bothers me because you know we got our first black president barack obama our first biracial president but you know you give a pass will say to these are first black president these are issues that the black community has been intimate with since you know the 70s 80s especially the eighties and nineties we're talking about the war on drugs has anything changed under barack obama mean has taken any action to to to slow down this program a mess incarceration and furthermore do you think that the other two candidates we have running now will do anything to change that had the whole dynamic let me start off by i say that as far as black pupil cassara when it comes to barack obama you have the latinos who have the immigration executive order you have far on the lbj teach immunity there was given the right to marry and other legislation and when it came to black people all's we got was executive speech we didn't get nothing from this black pressing on what i will say russia on as far as clemency all oil pardons he gave me more out than the last four or five sitting presidents so he have done some things they're on the recently passed all all i don't know whether it was the legislation what was both within not gonna no longer renewed their contracts with all with private presents us at the federal government is limiting their contracts with private prisons states have made no such promise to the people but at least the federal government is trying to lead the way in that regard given half nearly absolutely but you know what that's only three percent of the prison population so that that that that really doesn't for it uh all all it is not really effective as most people would all thinking is so on that's not happening but what did happen was that stops.