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"ian wilson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:19 min | 4 months ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on KCRW

"A teenager. There's more of Ah, perhaps capitalist, profit based, individualistic feeling in England on a much more collective society focused feeling in Scotland. But support for independence has dipped this year, and there remains a lot of opposition. Very few businesses really think it's a great idea. Scottish businessman Ian Wilson worries that Without financial support from the UK, an independent Scotland would have to raise taxes, which he says could drive some businesses south to England, increasing the taxation rate. Who would put people off and you would get the annulment of brain drain? People like security and they've got increased uncertainty than they're gonna be very cautious. Fiona House done who runs a food business? Says the last thing Scotland needs now is a referendum that could split the country. I find it incredible that we've been through Brexit. We've been through pandemic. And that we're even considering this. I have a small business on the thought of having to give more uncertainty. It's extraordinary Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who led the Brexit campaign. Says his government won't approve another independence referendum. But most people here think Scotland will eventually leave the UK Ailsa Henderson studies public opinion on independence and teaches political science at the University of Edinburgh, just under 40% think that Scotland will become independent and 5 to 10 years on a further 20% think that'll happen within 10 to 15 years, So the Scottish electorate doesn't think That Scotland will still be in the union in a decade or so, which means Brexit could eventually lead to the break up of country that once ruled a global empire on which the sun never set. Tom Devine is a leading Scottish historian. Can you think of a wash legacy for the British prime minister and to go down in history as having had the break up of the Union of 17, or seven between England and Scotland? On his conscience on on his history. It would make Lord North who lost the American colonies seems same of element. By comparison, Lord North served as Britain's prime minister during America's struggle for independence. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS, Edinburgh Early in the pandemic stay at home orders prompted many people to speculate about a baby boom some nine months later. Well, human beings have surprised us again because the opposite is happening. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data showing births in the US dropped 4% last year. That's the lowest level since 1979. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi. Columbia University population and health professor John Santelli says the data show how uncertainty influenced family planning. Do you wanna have a baby? Just a good time? A lot of women are are saying no, This is not a great time, there's a global catastrophe. And that cut across all races and age groups. Kasey Buckles, studies, economics and families at the University of Notre Dame. She says the pandemic amplified existing trends. I think that does show some early signs of this anticipated Kobe baby bust. Most of this is a continuation of a trend that's been happening since 2007 Since then, Buckle says. Bursts have declined most among disadvantaged groups, those with lower educations and incomes as well as racial minorities and young people. Teenagers, for example, are giving birth at record low rates as contraception use increased. That's a group where we have seen the birth rate falls 63% since 2000 and seven in just 13 years. The birth rate is also not rebounding among women in their thirties millennials in their childbearing prime. They were hit hard by the great recession. Justus they were starting to think about starting family. They face rising housing prices, Student loan debt. And all of those things are likely contributing to fewer birth. And she says, raising Children doesn't just cost more. It's also more demanding you're working mom today, on average, spend more quality time with her Children than women who didn't work in the sixties. So many couples, she says, are deciding they don't have the money or the time.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on KCRW

"Mind. I start to understand the cultural differences between us is countries, which I hadn't been aware off as a teenager. There's more of Ah, perhaps capitalist, profit based, individualistic feeling in England on a much more collective society for Christs feeling in Scotland, But support for independence has dipped this year, and there remains a lot of opposition. Very few businesses really think it's a great idea. Scottish businessman Ian Wilson worries that Without financial support from the UK, an independent Scotland would have to raise taxes, which he says could drive some businesses south to England, increasing the taxation rate. Who would put people off and you would get the annulment of brain drain people like security? And they've got increased uncertainty than they're gonna be very cautious. Fiona House done who runs a food business, says the last thing Scotland needs now is a referendum that could split the country. I find it incredible. That we've been through Brexit. We've been through pandemic. And that we're even considering this. I have a small business on the thought of having to have more uncertainty. It's extraordinary Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who led the Brexit campaign. Says his government won't approve another independence referendum. But most people here think Scotland will eventually leave the U. K. He also Henderson studies public opinion on Independence and teaches political science at the University of Edinburgh, just under 40% think that Scotland will become independent and 5 to 10 years on a further 20% think that'll happen within 10 to 15 years, So the Scottish electorate doesn't think That Scotland will still be in the union in a decade or so, which means Brexit could eventually lead to the break up of country that once ruled a global empire on which the sun never set. Tom Devine is a leading Scottish historian. Can you think of a wash legacy for the British prime minister and to go down in history eyes having had the break up of the Union of 17, or seven between England and Scotland? On his conscience on on his history. It would make Lord North who lost the American colonies seems same of element. By comparison, Lord North served as Britain's prime minister during America's struggle for independence. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS, Edinburgh Early in the pandemic stay at home orders prompted many people to speculate about a baby boom some nine months later. Well, human beings have surprised us again because the opposite is happening. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data showing births in the US dropped 4% last year. That's the lowest level since 1979. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi. Columbia University population and health professor John Santelli says the data show how uncertainty influenced family planning. Do you wanna have a baby? Just a good time? A lot of women are are saying no, This is not a great time, there's a global catastrophe. And that cut across all races and age groups. Kasey Buckles, studies, economics and families at the University of Notre Dame. She says the pandemic amplified existing trends. I think that does show some early signs of this anticipated covert baby bust. Most of this is a continuation of a trend that's been happening since 2007 Since then, Buckle says. Bursts have declined most among disadvantaged groups, those with lower educations and incomes as well as racial minorities and young people. Teenagers, for example, are giving birth at record low rates as contraception use increased. That's a group where we have seen the birth rate falls 63% since 2000 and seven in just 13 years. The birth rate is also not rebounding among women in their thirties millennials in their childbearing prime. They were hit hard by the great recession. Justus they were starting to think about starting families. They face rising housing prices, Student loan debt. And all of those things are likely contributing to fewer birth. And she says, raising Children doesn't just cost more. It's also more demanding you're working mom today, on average, spend more quality time with her Children than women who didn't work in the sixties. So many couples, she says, are deciding they don't have the money or the time needed to devote to having Children. Yuki Noguchi. NPR news.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Years later, she changed her mind. I start to understand the cultural differences between us is countries, which I hadn't been aware off as a teenager. There's more of us, perhaps capitalist, profit based, individualistic feeling in England on a much more collective society focused feeling in Scotland. But support for independence has dipped this year and there remains a lot of opposition. Very few businesses really think it's a great idea. Scottish businessman Ian Wilson worries that without financial support from the UK Independent Scotland would have to raise taxes, which he says could drive some businesses south to England. Increasing the taxation rate would put people off and you would get annulment of brain drain people like security. They've got increased uncertainty than they're gonna be very cautious. Fiona House done who runs a food business, says the last thing Scotland needs now is a referendum that could split the country find it incredible. That we've been through Brexit. We've been through pandemic. And that we're even considering this. I have a small business and the thought of having to have more uncertainty. It's extraordinary Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who led the Brexit campaign. Says his government won't approve another independence referendum. But most people here think Scotland will eventually leave the UK Ailsa Henderson studies public opinion on independence and teaches political science at the University of Edinburgh, just under 40% think that Scotland will become independent and 5 to 10 years on a further 20% think that'll happen within 10 to 15 years, So the Scottish electorate doesn't think That Scotland will still be in the union in a decade or so, which means Brexit could eventually lead to the break up of a country that once ruled a global empire on which the sun never set. Tom Devine is a leading Scottish historian. Can you think of a wash legacy for the British prime minister and to go down in history eyes having had the break up of the Union of 17, or seven between England and Scotland? On his conscience on on his history. It would make Lord North who lost the American colonies, It seems same of element. By comparison, Lord North served as Britain's prime minister during America's struggle for independence. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS, Edinburgh Early in the pandemic stay at home orders prompted many people to speculate about a baby boom some nine months later. Well, human beings have surprised us again because the opposite is happening. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data showing births in the US dropped 4% last year. That's the lowest level since 1979. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi. Columbia University population and health professor John Santelli says the data show how uncertainty influenced family planning. Do you wanna have a baby? Just a good time? A lot of women are are saying no, This is not a great time there's a global catastrophe and that cut across all races and age groups. Kasey Buckles, studies, economics and families at the University of Notre Dame. She says the pandemic amplified existing trends. I think that does show some early signs of this anticipated covert baby bust. Most of this is a continuation of a trend that's been happening since 2007 Since then, Buckle says. Bursts have declined most among disadvantaged groups, those with lower educations and incomes as well as racial minorities and young people. Teenagers, for example, are giving birth at record low rates as contraception use increased. That's a group where we have seen the birth rate falls 63% since 2000 and seven in just 13 years. The birth rate is also not rebounding among women in their thirties millennials in their childbearing prime, They were hit hard by the great recession, just as they were starting to think about starting families. They face rising housing prices, Student loan debt. And all of those things are likely contributing to fewer birth. And she says, raising Children doesn't just cost more. It's also more demanding you're working mom today, on average, spend more quality time with her Children than women who didn't work in the sixties. So many couples, she says, are deciding they don't have the money or the time needed to devote to having Children. Yuki Noguchi. NPR news Yeah. This'll is NPR news. This is double U. N. Y. C. Later on morning edition. The pandemic has destroyed many small businesses in New York City and around the country. But the owner of one custom.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The cavalry has arrived. Hundreds of guys on motorbikes dressed in white robes waving bamboo sticks. They go after gamblers. Sex workers nightclubs here in this YouTube video. They're going after a little cafe that sold food during the fasting month of Ramadan surrounding the place as the owner looks terrified, meet the Islamic def Fenders front, one of the biggest vigilante groups in Asia, their self appointed morality police If you had to distill their message, it's basically this is again. Sherry. This is again sherry people who do not comply with the Sharia. God will punish something like that. That's Judge John Jeromy and Indonesian scholar who studies the group. Indonesian. They're called front Pim Bella Islam or FBI and to John has seen them in action going out on raids against impure places roughing up people at Carrie okey joints, sometimes coming back with blood on their robes. They usually can, with big number under hundreds and People cannot sum them and they've been doing this for like 20 years. They started small, then moved on to bigger targets, like an LGBT Q Film Festival in the capital, Jakarta usually don't hurt their subjects. But they're scary, and in this case they disrupted the film festival. And that just makes people think maybe it would be easier to just retreat into the shadows to John, the scholar says. That's how the FBI wins. FBI is a time FBI. They're thugs, he says. Indonesia is not Saudi Arabia where religion is supreme. It's a democracy, you could buy beer at 7 11, the nightclubs get pretty wild and more people wear jeans than ropes. Jang says most Indonesians do not think puritanical street justice is okay. So how do the FBI vigilantes get away with this? Well, it helps to understand the leader of this movement. A Bieber, Zeke. I reached out to someone who's spent time with Riz eke a man named Ian Wilson. I just meant to be received in a change in the aftermath of the tsunami. The 2004 tsunami devastated the province of Archie. More than 230,000 people died. Bodies were piled on the shoreline. Ian Wilson, who speaks fluent Indonesian was there to translate for aid workers. And that's when he came across this group on the beach, the Islamic defenders front and they were doing some pretty awful difficult work, retrieving bodies after the tsunami and giving them Islamic Burials. Wilson was struck by the charisma of hobby, brah Zeke there spiritually Eder, and later he got himself invited to receipts compound back in Jakarta. We drank pay, and we told he's animated is intense. He's a charismatic figure in that he has a shop, which is a sharp mind and re Zeke definitely knows how to work. A crowd. Oh,.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Ninety five asks. Why are running backs underneath such a big problem for the chiefs Defense Creek it? It really comes down to the linebackers Steve. SPAGNUOLA tried to play more safeties to try eliminate some of the guys that give the light chiefs linebackers. Akers problems even been on the field. You still don't have the sort of range and coverage ability you know. Even he's your coverage linebacker. You still had the sort of coverage ability to take away running backs especially one as dynamic as awesome cler in the passing game there now. I know what people are thinking thinking. You know you have a guy that's a hook defender kind of middle of the field you can rotate a safety down and try and take him away. Steve SPAGNOLO has preferred to use Taryn. Matthew as the hook defender guys like kindle fuller rotate into the middle of the field trying to capture that kind of high whole role with a more dynamic dynamic covers defender. And we've seen it work. We've seen a lot of interceptions pass breakups quarterbacks having to hold onto the ball longer because they don't get the routes open throughout the middle of the field and that kind of leaves those guys open I think Spagnolo's kind of choosing to have the potential to take away some some of these deeper passes and get some more turnovers and things like that rather than trying to man up tire and Matthew man up. Dan Sorenson all game long against a running back in backfield and having a linebacker in the center of the field play in those zones he he just rather had the linebacker on the running back and collapsed down because is it typically. It's an underneath pass. It's not going to be as explosive of play Anthony. Hitchens Reggie Ragland Damian Ian Wilson Seaman Daniel Sorensen. That's why the running back to the other big problem because none of them were particularly good in coverage coverage. None of them were good at covering running-backs Craig's he's right we have to put these guys have been covering out to the flats when the chiefs do plan man coverage which has been more often lately in less than cheeser specifically aligning tired. Matthew or Kindo fuller want thornhill the running back. It's most likely one of those guys. Taking the running back coverage bridge and the winning match for the offense tired. Matthew does a great job being everywhere on the field in a union snap. He's likely to be closer to the ball away from it but he slowly one guy you have to have other players that can be competent and coverage I running backs Quicker guys coming out of the backfield and the chiefs simply don't have that and I think the biggest thing just grinds the gears of fans or at least me what up watching is simply. It's not even hard stuff sometimes. It's sometimes simply just running to a flat in not being so incredibly far behind that you can't even take ankles are linebackers are so far behind on these plays. They can't even take good. England would give up a five yard game. They have to attain stay fifteen yard game. Just run straight to the flat because they're so late getting out there. It's a problem that is going to have to be addressed at some important time. I just don't know if there's a fixed this year especially now at the state you got senator. Losing one Thornhill Bama Fans Seven a few times a game. We will see Eric Fisher. Get bold rushed back into the pocket. Is that do more to poor technique. Getting tall on the snap or is it a lack of strength or both. It's a little bit of both. This has been some Eric Fisher always short listen the NFL. When he first came in the League it was incredibly bad he could not stop anybody's bull rush as he settled ended? Become quality left. Tackle above average left tackle. Got Better but very strong rushers have always given problems if you can threaten the speed move and make him though. He opens up his chest. Russia's can run through it plenty often. Yeah he plays little tall but the biggest thing is he just doesn't have a great anchor. You look at Eric Fisher Body. Compared to some other offense lineman he's pretty well distributed. He's not a guy with a huge lower-half he can't just sit back and take on a aggressive power rush rush without the perfect hand technique and he doesn't always have it's good. It's just not great. It's just a weakness. He has against power moves. He does better against speed Russia's and he'd has power Russia's he always has just the thing that you're gonNA have to deal with and you have a more athletic rather than tackle Mattie nailed there. We we've all seen it. We've seen the power rushers get him. We've seen guys that that. Can you gotta put a little more power into his chest at it. Really Kinda ruined him. I'm a little bit. That's why Joey Bosa Khalil. Mack guys like that have been such a poor matchup Matthew Juden for the Ravens Bull give him fits at a guy you going forward to take a look at a little bit but there's a couple of guys they're in the playoffs but that's the one that jumps out to me the most so we'll be paying attention that is the playoffs goes along. I mean they these guys nailed it. He's I think he's Outta track record or struggling with guys that can play with power. And that's that's basically what it is action NBA's worth a my crazy to think that Andy has been holding back plays packages concepts etcetera on offense all season in that the offense and the playoffs is finally gonNA show. Oh some of the PAT plays we all heard about in training camp. I think you have seen the PAT plays in training camp. If you look at a lot of what the chiefs are doing. They're running deep deep vertical concepts that they destroyed the league with last year. They run a lob over outs with a player. Just essentially running a very deep cross almost at an angle across the field defenses. No it they studied the chiefs film from last year. There is so often and a guy from the middle of the field or opposite field linebacker safety dropping the thing that deep over area teams have seen what the chiefs like. Do I think they have played into the chiefs tendency so far so I don't think that she should necessarily head anything. And we'll say a fake down the stretch these last quarter of the season the chiefs figured out how to attack teams. That were doing still him. I think you saw stretches and each one of these last four names now where the chiefs looked like they were figuring it out so I can fight it. They didn't WanNA show everything. They had to combat teams going after. You know their taste of offense but I don't think they were planning on holding neater stuff back. I think you saw the PAT defense is caught up a little bit and when I say caught up a little bit keeping my chiefs are still a top three offense in the NFL. The other often studied off season. Was the Rams David at fair. Mir's good so we have to also take that caveat with it. Chief still had a very good offense despite teams studying them for months. Very very good offense. I know we talk a lot about the offense and.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"Fighter. Let's get something going. It doesn't actually matter too much fixing with a strategy. You know we just WanNa get something up and running so we can get some experience then once you do that. A lot of a lot of business areas are in this stage now where they've done that kind of thing. This CEO Cam. We've got some experience. But why are we GOI the way we've just done this ad hoc and I think that's where the strategy is so important today because businesses arrived for it than gone off and done all sorts of little BITs bateson paces than the C.. Suite says. Okay what's next and nobody has an answer because there was no it wasn't it was next plan put in place a now. I think those does business leaders will understand. Let's take a setback. Let's look at. How do we do this strategically and I think the further down the organization you get those compensations will start to happen But I think they might be in another couple of years but this is why it's important for rider talk. You got the strategy putting in place and it's starting to flow through that entire business so when anybody anybody in those lower levels starts to have those conversations. They've got something to pick up on. They got somebody's Khanate to. They've got some guidance that got some roadmap that can help them understand to stand for my particular area. Wash the right way to go in with that. Avoid in Kind of what we've previously referred to as kind of the toy applications survey. I which I think you're kind of saying we're like the smaller disjointed. Can we just try something and get some experience. It sounds like you weren't necessarily chastising that idea but you also were kind of stating that. There's no grander vision. Where we're not necessarily being as productive as we could those projects? Yeah they'd be reduced. It's just it's not sustainable. The only way that makes any kind of sentence you're unlikely to get any kind of Roi from that but the only way makes sense if you approach as a learning exercise which is important but having said that nobody wants to just go out and do things at how if they can help it. So I say if you go down thous at all claims in need you had no guidance in place find you. Can you can gather some of value from that but obviously by deal if you did have guidance because he wouldn't be going out doing ad hoc things you would be doing something that for example if somebody if you'd walked into customer service use your example and somebody came in and Said said he got out. We've got a hundred point checklist to go through a frame. This is brain. What the walks through all use cases? You can run your checklist from that. You can see which use cases actually are useful. Ai which ones you might get some amount of why from and you can rent them. Maybe just create a top ten list once. Oh you've done that you've actually got much chance of getting some are winds benefit. Because you've done it in a methodological way didn't just say you know let's just pull a police case case out of a hat you you've done it in a medical way. And ideally that framework a checklist evolves through as specifically being tailored to fit it with your strategy as well. So it's going to rank highly the things that the strategy that would probably in a very much be out of that checklist is does this particular use case with the business trying today just a few the. It strategy does the data strategy so interesting. The love of the banking will particular has no idea where it is right now with it thinks every bank is much further ahead than they are just not the case. It's not the case at all. It's still in its infancy. And if you have done very very little yet your with your peers. They've all done very little. And one of the key boys Larry's to understand walking back to experience with HSBC. I see lots of companies saying. Oh we we've got a hundred use cases that we that we we've talked about which sounds great but you know with HSBC they had twenty five thousand operational `rational processes. I believe operations so hundred starts aside like scratching service. I mean he sounds like a lot if you didn't know any better context just yet in context it's a fraction of what you're always gonNA find. Is you very well. Maybe I try and do something but don't just go out and chase a use case that somebody the else w now go through a process methodologically to identify what are the best ones view of. What what you know if you find something that fits with Your Business Strategy fits with your culprit strategies fits with your? It data strategy has a great. Our why is low risk has high volume at center than you can To be really the comfortable that you've got a great way to start off as opposed to doing at home. Yeah and and so it seems to me like the the message. That's kind of being uncalled fourth. As you're talking here is that to become survey firm that really can truly leverage into the future that becomes fluent with these skills becomes more able able to be lean in quick and transform the business and sort of stay active aggressive in the market getting there is going to be a process of chipping away a at A.. I. Projects in alignment with a grand strategy. It sounds like you. You would almost never get there by this random chat BOT experiment here this random fraud experiment. Fairmont there that's never going to get you to arrive. But if all of those small goals are aiming to learn and build capabilities to arrive at that longer term strategy then even if none of them have a Gargantuan R. Y.. We're still building the kind of enterprise that's GonNa be where maybe we WANNA be ten years from now. It sounds like maybe that's kind kind of a level of Roi that most businesses aren't considering. I don't know if you would refrain that statement and I would exactly agree with it and I the way I framed that is looking at it like a treasure map so obviously have an end goal in mind and if you look at the case of ad hoc doing use cases are trying to solve business problems. You're essentially you have no goal in life. You just wondering in any direction but what you also need and we just mentioned it earlier is you've got to know where you are today and you can't create a robot to go from where you are today to an end goal if you don't know what you want to or if you're you think you're in a someplace but you actually a different one. Once you've taken a step back and reevaluated and understood where we today you've got a narrow vision for where we want to get to in the future then you can stop building this road map for. What are the steps we need to do to get? What do we need to put in place? I think. That's a key element what we talk about. Strategy is what are the elements. We need to put in place to take from where we are to WanNa get you. And you've talked about stakeholders but also implicit in what we've also been talking about are those foundational elements that help you make that sustainable ainable transition that sustainable transformation and we've probably talked a lot about not just the IT infrastructure data architectures as well as the strategy. So it's all well and good having a strategy but if you don't have those foundational components in place you're not able to deliver those things sustainably to that strategy so so there's a key element is understanding. was going to take from where we are too. We want to get you so if you think of it as analogy Matto a sailing that Areva doing it a boat. Are we going going down the road. Do we need a truck do both of those things and if you don't have those in place that you're walking and that's not really sustainable. So so I think that's another key elleman festival civil no way you are have a vision wage waiting to get to understand. What are the foundations? You need in place to take from where you are to where you try to I. I think that that's a good note to to wrap on. ESPN for those of you. Who are tuned in important to know? Just how in some ways complicated. This really will be to transform giant existing enterprises where there's going to be so many moving parts but I think that hopefully this lens in this frame is useful for the audience tuned in in terms of how we can align in all those moving parts to at least get ourselves one year two years from now closer and closer and closer to being affirmed that can really leverage these key capabilities safe to say most people fool not be going about it with very much rigor at all as he and has pointed out. And if you can do that you can separate yourself and your firm so Ian sincerely appreciate you being able to break down some of your insights sites. You're on a an industry. Thanks so much confessed in debt..

How to Begin Planning an AI Strategy - With Ian Wilson

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

07:54 min | 2 years ago

How to Begin Planning an AI Strategy - With Ian Wilson

"All Right Ian. So I'm GonNa not this up with what I know could be quite lengthy response but a question that I think you have a better idea about an answer for the most which is what are the steps or or phases involved in constructing. Ai Strategy you've had to do this at firms. That are almost ungodly large. What does this process look like? Yeah I think the first point to to understand is is very few enterprises of really low to this. This is really something that I think. A lot of them will start to grapple with in the coming years. But nobody's really put together a strategy that is really overly coherent are encompasses the entire enterprise. And I think that's the first goes places dot if you're if you're in banking thinking guard way behind the curve. You're probably not so there's a number of ways to look at this and I'll break you down into into a few layers for how you look at strategy so the key point is there's there's no single a our strategy so don't think about going into this and saying what's the strategy it needs to be a bit more nuanced than that. I need to look at it from the perspective of a number of different areas across the enterprise depending how long term your view is it really. I would always suggest the first place to stop is looking at. What is the AI? Driven Enterprise. Because really when you're looking at strategy for the end goal for the price is to become an AI driven enterprise. And what I mean by that is if you look at an enterprise in three phases. The first phase is process driven. That's when most enterprises prices have been. Then there's a move towards being data driven and that's where we are today lots of enterprise he's trying to be data driven and that's going from just looking at your operation ratio as a bunch of processes to saying we have all these data. Can we make some use of that to achieve improve the business and the AI driven. Enterprise is really what you need to put on top of your data to say today is fine but we need the applications on top of that to actually start helping us. Essentially what I say is a automates business. Knowledge Knowledge Generation that decision making so. That's the ultimate end goal and I would suggest starting that but it is a lot of people might come to that thing. I should be too five down the road. So let's just take that put that aside for a second maybe take a step back and say what's more relevant today and from that perspective. I say there's two two two aspects to look at one on the business side the other on the technical side from the business side when you look at A. I think there's a way to look at strategy from the group level title. So what is the overall strategy wearing tight group but more precisely where it starts to get closer to putting the rubber to the road as it is what you're looking at our strategy for each line of business. And what you want to do a wireless I that is particularly. I say these phone banking but I think he would apply a to any large enterprise. You many different lines of businesses. On many different divisions you've all have very different configurations very different goals very different objectives electives banking we have investment banking retail banking wealth management commercial banking operations. Each of those have quite different objectives. Actives so this is having a single. Ai Strategy wouldn't really make any sense so the strategy for operations for example might be very much focused on process summation and reducing costs where the focus on wealth management might be all about customer interaction and recommending products. So quite different. So what are the key aspects when you look at a strategy for for business is building a strategy for a I is is no. It's not magic very dislike. Ai itself it's just strategy so it should be applied in the same way strategy. Always has been in your enterprise and in that respect when you look at a I for the business. It's key he goal is supporting the business strategy. So if you've got a particular strategy for our wealth management for example the strategies should be just simply saying what can I do to support that strategy for for my line of business. What capabilities can we bring to bear to actually support enhance and leveraging engine propel that stretches you forward and I think that's the key way to look at it you might if I poke into this a bit with Ian so just to kind of highlight this so I you see this in two ways number one? I think a lot of companies if they're sharp as you're stating here they're not rethinking everything about charge ago no. Ai is here. Let's tear up all of our our previous strategic thinking. It's like of course you're not going to do that at the same time in some cases you're talking about becoming an AI based enterprise of some sort The phrase that you're using using that that would seem to indicate pretty significant business transformation if we're really stretching our company into the future so on the one hand maybe we're thinking about ai as layering on top up of bolstering our existing strategy on the other hand it almost sounds like if we really take seriously enough. It might involve some new initiatives and some new trajectories that that could maybe open up our present strategy to mean a lot of different things so in one way. It's supporting it another way. It seems like it could be changing. It is there a balance there. Where do you like to think about that in a certain way so I like to and this is why I would always introduce this vision? I because I think that the business needs to understand where this could ago. How quickly they go to? That is very much damn to the culture in the appetite of the business itself and and I think the happy middle ground is probably you look You definitely need to be looking at a strategically today. right now particularly many enterprises. It's complete chaos. It's everybody shooting off in the wrong indirection at without any strategies. So you need to be looking at it strategically today but I think the the happy middle ground is taking those vital steps to say well finally wealth management on just look at a strategy today to support wealth punishment. I will look at be thinking too much about this completely transforming the business but I think it's important that you understand a standard because this is where really at this point I think the board in the C. Suite should have that view Looking very much long term. I mean this for me is kind of ten NIA transformation where supporting bill line of business is today's translation and I think that's an interesting transformation because a lot of this really plays into Transformation on and I look at transformation from a number of levels you might have seen many Listeners review might have seen that. There's a way of talking. You Bet data being transformed from data to information to knowledge wisdom commonly used across the enterprise. I think he fits in very nicely with with where I see the driven enterprise which is being built on digital transformation which is marshalling all your data to what I call. Data transformation transformation which is turning that information into structured information and then the next layer on top the the knowledge layer which is taking all those facts and information and turning into meaning is what I call a transformation Leo so I think it very much built on top of where the businesses today so very much enterprises are all over digital Joel. Transformation a moving into what I call data transformation which is building out these big dates lakes and getting the data science teams running but the layer on top of that is this Ai. Transformation summation that I think this is where we stop building this. Ai Driven Enterprise which is all about automating decision making which is quite a big step for a lot of businesses to think about. Uh so so I I think. Probably the happy Middle grannies get up running with some strategy for your line of business once you do that then you will naturally stop thinking okay. We'll went as this fit beyond that. I I can see I can see this ballooning into a much bigger transformational prospect. How does what we're doing today fit into that? I think the key on his get running today but think about that moving forward

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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11:38 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Marty and just wanted to touch base today and talk about some very interesting things that Jerry and I discovered which we should have known but yes we should have we didn't even think about it will help you know you don't especially you know I read the blood transfusions first right blood donors for our dogs and cats yeah you know the at eight it is just a fascinating subject I never thought about it until you brought it up and then I did a little research and here in Virginia we actually have a rather large facility Blue Ridge vet blood bank not far from me maybe twenty miles who knew that's correct and I think people should know of course you could always you know contact your own vet tell you know I don't know if they do it not every vet might do it right now they now have act I'm sure you know in areas they have access I was just asking if even the shelter is you know take blood from some dogs but you know maybe later on I don't think so it really is something that we don't pay a lot of attention to it here and it's something that I think that you can inform your listeners about it's like a red cross for dogs when you think about it the red cross you know has blood drives collect blood to send all over the country but when we think about blood or plasma for dogs we really don't think of a source that we would go to work as an emergency and not thinking but not last up to thirty five days which I think is pretty good they take you there red blood cells and they take plasma and when I okay Rick you down they break it down what normally vets will do if you have a dog that needs a transfusion for surgery they go whole blood to whole blood that would be like just the day the blood from another another dog and put at the transfusion so that it's done at the time of the surgery but the idea of these blood banks canine blood banks is to just as you said to separate it to separate the red blood cells from the plasma and store it in case of accident circuits Visser jury it's definitely for surgery it is and the other thing that I read up that I was surprised at is the transfusions are used for the parvo virus I think they said and of course in the summer that can be a challenge to many vets they have a lot more dogs with that type of virus I think he's the one that settles in the heart that I thought I was just I thought were I think is a horrible it's a horrible yeah I'm thinking that that that's what that is or is the dog has to be in a cage for like six months again and can't move I don't know how you could do that to an animal you know it's it's worms that wrap themselves around the heart is that what that is it sounds like you have to get dogs definitely need to get I think it's a vaccination or shot or something I'm well hot were medication I had waited on of stuff out there and you know as you know more dogs you know people have people have multiple sometimes multiple dogs but there's a lot of animals out there I mean the cell you know diseases can be I mean there's been a couple of cases of I don't know if it's rabies or something else with the with not the possums but with the the raccoon back then you're acting weird it sounds like it's almost like a discount but but you know like they're out during the day in there they look like they're drunk yeah I know I am I just know that here I have I have a large piece of property you can tell when an animal is acting strange and that their behavior is not typical for the environment and so you know when an animal really has that type of disease if it's this temper or what what what were you saying in nam rabies was a rate and you saw in the back down here and I love bats you know I'm all of you know that you know they kill mosquitoes but down here they'll was that that was acting strange and the father put him in a bucket and it turned out that he had rabies and babies I have a great minds in years now I mean yeah but I like I can take pets out of the country oh no no no I never really looked into the canine blood donor type of thing and I will of course Marty's two older he's you are healthy dog you have to be a healthy dog you have do you know it you certainly be a younger dog Marty has his own issues so not a good idea for an older dog but young dogs can donate that blood and you were right they do it through the jugular vein in the next minutes no pain yeah and and they get just like people because I used to donate blood they get a trim yeah I get it towed away they got a yeah yeah and the and if you mean if they yeah and I think it's a wonderful thing and certainly as a pet owner and I've been a pet owner a dog owner for many years I never gave it a second thought just never get sick enough to leave it with cats you know you know it's amazing of course that the same would apply to cats but you just don't think of it and yet I mean I have been fortunate none of my dogs have required major surgery but I guess any dog that requires a major surgery would need a supply of blood and I had eight to twelve different blood types for dogs that's fascinating I didn't know that they have like our universal which most dogs if even if it if they're not a no they could take it but only once and then they have the negatives into positives the negative if you have a negative blood type you can only use the negative but I think when I read is if you have the positive you could have either raw but you know then they they type you anyway a man and if its plasma you know it might not be a problem but you know they say they use it mostly for surgeries and you're right because that's no guarantee but you know with some some animals do nida do need blood you know special they've had you know they fit by a car and they've lost a lot so I think it's terrific I'm gonna I think it is to put it on the Facebook page unleashed and you know why some information they have but an absolutely and of course most most of the time this is totally voluntary it's not like you're getting a a monetary compensation needs some some vets will give we'll we'll give a monetary compensation a discount on future wouldn't that be wonderful right maybe that's how much the young and healthy be lays you're talking about to get right well you know it's like to go to a red cross facility I need a facility where they could do this of course most vets would be able to do it now they would need to storage that's to say that one thing that I think that's the issue that many vets individually might not have the capacity to store it and that's why it's not very well known locally individually as a pet owner that facility in Purcellville Virginia is a large facility any service I think they said something like three states West Virginia Virginia and Maryland and it is an all volunteer you bring your dog in to donate that blood and then they distribute that blood through different veterinary hospitals or veterinarians in the tri state area so that's a it's like a red cross for dogs actually actually storing the blood there my bet is the local gentleman he's been around for many years he has a small office I so he would have the capacity to store it but it's wonderful I think if you put on that on least page because people can check into it again they'll get a little service I'm sure they have it yes no yeah there are some I could put the list down as well yeah there are some facilities like your facility but there are some that you can go to but yes get out and we know about animals and I found this out not too long ago but who even thought of that I know I think it's a great idea and I'm glad you brought it up as a topic for you show and denigrate people where else if you do that an awful lot of books I mean you know they're a mammal and they want to save them please that's an and they have the mail those talks all of that I think we should look into that little while well you know these shoes they have to be on hand hello Sir did you have the facilities are hospital facilities I'm sure have you know a transfusion that are common place at those facilities and I'm sure they have stated the art equipment and probably have a supply of blood on veterinarian science for big animals and for Jews is is a godsend for sure yeah they are very very special well I think that is where if any out body out there is listening wants to know what to be I thought my god yeah be it you don't need to be a cat and dog fat yeah bunch of all the ladies come in and and actually made a diss we need like well it's exciting in this you know we now with the social media and Facebook I mean that in draft kept me up for hours in the middle of the night waiting for her to give birth all of the baby to ramps not that one okay I can actually see it now the cameras you know the impact tomorrow I'm actually going to a wildlife center here in Virginia they have an open house twice a year that they allow the public to come in and they give you a tour of the wildlife center they bring in injured wildlife so the last time I took my grandsons a couple of years ago and we saw a beautiful eagles that were being rehabilitated and they are at least some back so the Waynesboro wildlife center does this twice a year that they allow the public in and and that is wonderful but I also and I'm sure you've done this to watch the web cams that they put in in the nests then you can watch here the illegals song now Ian Wilson the falcons or or any wild animal they use the webcam the technology today allows you to be right there and up close nature up close that is just phenomenal so for animal lovers this is great technology that we have now not when we were growing up it was so so difficult you you had to go to a zoo to see any animal now you can watch these animals up close.

"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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11:01 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Who knew that's correct and I think people should know of course you could always you know contact your own vet tell you know I don't know if they do it not every vet might do it right now they now have act I'm sure you know in areas they have access I was just asking if even the shelter is you know take blood from some dogs but. you know maybe they don I don't think so it really is something that we don't pay a lot of attention to it here and it's something that I think that you can inform your listeners about it's like a red cross for dogs when you think about it the red cross you know has blood drives collect blood to send all over the country but when we think about blood or plasma for dogs we really don't think of a source that we would go to work as an emergency and not thinking but not lasts up to thirty five days which I think is pretty good they take you there red blood cells and they take plasma and when I okay Rick you down they break it down what normally vets will do if you have a dog that needs a transfusion for surgery they go whole blood to whole blood that would be like just the day the blood from another another dog and put at the transfusion so they've done at the time of the surgery but the idea of these blood banks canine blood banks is to just as you said to separate it to separate the red blood cells from the plasma and store it in case of accident circuits for surgery it's definitely for surgery it is and the other thing that I've read up that I was surprised at is the transfusions are used for the parvo virus I think they said and of course in the summer that can be a challenge to many vets they have a lot more dogs with that type of virus I think he's the one that settles in the heart that I thought I was just I thought were I think is a horrible it's a horrible yeah I'm thinking that that that's what that is or is the dog has to be in a cage for like six months again and can't move I don't know how you could do that to an animal you know it's it's worms. that wrap themselves around the heart is that what that is. it sounds like you have to get dogs definitely need to get I think it's a vaccination or shot or something I'm well hot were medication I had and later on there is a lot of stuff out there and you know as you know more dogs you know people have people have multiple sometimes multiple dogs but there's a lot of animals out there I mean so you know diseases can be I mean there's been a couple of cases of I don't know if it's rabies or something else with the with not the possums but with the the raccoon back then you're acting weird it sounds like it's almost like a discount but but you know like they're out during the day in there they look like they're drunk yeah I know I am I just know that here I have I have a large piece of property you can tell when an animal is acting strange and that their behavior is not typical for the environment and so you know when an animal really has that type of disease if it's this temper or what what what were you saying in nam rabies was a rate increase over the back down here and I love bets you know I'm all of you know that you know they kill mosquitoes but down here they'll was at that that was acting strange and the father put him in a bucket and it turned out that he had rabies and babies I have a great minds in years now I mean yeah but I love Latin take pets out of the country oh no no no I never really looked into the canine blood donor type of thing and I will of course Marty's two older he's you are healthy dog you have to be a healthy dog you have do you know you certainly be a younger dog Marty has its own issues so not a good idea for an older dog but young dogs can donate that blood and you were right they do it to the jugular vein in and then minutes no pain yes. and and they get just like people because I used to donate blood they get a trim yeah I get it towed away they got a yeah yeah and the and if you mean if they yeah and I think it's a wonderful thing and certainly as a pet owner and I've been a pet owner a dog owner for many years I never gave it a second thought just never get sick enough to leave it with cats you know you know it's amazing of course that the same would apply to cats but you just don't think of it and yet I mean I have been fortunate none of my dogs have required major surgery but I guess any dog that requires a major surgery would need a supply of blood and I had eight to twelve different blood types for dogs that's fascinating I didn't know that they don't like are universal which most dogs if even if it if they're not a no they could take it but only once and then they have the negatives into positives the negative if you have a negative blood type you can only use the negative but I think what I read is if you have the positive you could have either raw but you know then they they type you anyway a man and if its plasma you know it might not be a problem but you know I say they use it mostly for surgeries and you're right because that's no guarantee but you know with some some animals do nida do need blood you know special they've had you know they fit by a car and they've lost a lot so I think it's terrific I'm gonna I think it is too I'm gonna put it on the Facebook page unleashed and you know why some information there but and absolutely and of course most most of the time this is totally voluntary it's not like you're getting a a monetary compensation needs some some vets will give we'll we'll give a monetary compensation a discount on future. wouldn't that be wonderful maybe that's how much the young and healthy be lays you're talking about to get right well you know it's like to go to a red cross facility I need a facility where they could do this of course most vets would be able to do it now they would need to store it that's to say that one thing that I think that's the issue that many vets individually might not have the capacity to store it and that's why it's not very well known locally individually as a pet owner that facility in Purcellville Virginia is a large facility any service I think they said something like three states West Virginia Virginia and Maryland and it is an all volunteer you bring your dog in to donate that blood and then they distribute that blood through different veterinary hospitals or veterinarians in the tri state area so that's a it's like a red cross for dogs actually actually storing the blood their mind that is the local gentleman he's been around for many years he has a small office so he would have the capacity to store it but it's wonderful I think is to put on that on least page because people can check into that and they'll get a little Estevez I'm sure they have it yes no yes I am I could put the list down as well yeah there are some facilities like your facility but there are some that you can go to but yes get out and we know about animals and I found this out not too long ago but who even thought of that I know I think it's a great idea and I'm glad you brought it up as a topic for you show and to make people aware that it is you do that an awful lot of book. I mean you know they're a mammal and they want to. save them please that's an and they have the mail those talks all of that long I think we should look into that little while well you know these shoes they have to be on hand hello Sir did you have the facilities are hospital facilities I'm sure have you know a transfusion that are common place at those facilities and I'm sure they have stated the art equipment and probably have a supply of blood on veterinarian science for big animals and for Jews is is a godsend for sure yeah they are very very special well I think that is where if any out body out there is listening once and I like to be all my contacts yeah I'd be it you don't need to be a cat and dog fat yeah bunch of all the ladies come in and and actually made in these days you need like well it's exciting in this you know we now with the social media and Facebook I mean that in draft kept me up for hours in the middle of the night waiting for her to give birth all of the baby to ramps not that one okay I can actually see it now the cameras you know the in fact tomorrow I'm actually going to a wildlife center here in Virginia they have an open house twice a year that they allow the public to come in and they give you a tour of the wildlife center they bring in injured wildlife so the last time I took my grandsons a couple of years ago and we saw a beautiful eagles that were being rehabilitated and they are at least some back so the Waynesboro wildlife center does this twice a year that they allow the public in and and that is wonderful but I also and I'm sure you've done this to watch the web cams that they put in in the nests then you can watch here the illegals song now Ian Wilson the falcons or or. the wild animal they use the webcam the technology today allows you to be right there and up close nature up close that is just phenomenal so for animal lovers this is great technology that we have now not when we were growing up it was so so difficult you you had to go to a zoo to see any animal now you can watch these animals up close and personal with so many different venues it's wonderful no wonder all right we'll be right back after a sponsor okay. six days we'll be.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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11:39 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To Marty and just wanted to touch base today and talk about some very interesting things that Jerry and I discovered which we should have known but yes we should have. we didn't even think about it will help you know. you don't especially you know obviously. transfusions first right blood donors for our dogs and cats yeah you know the at eight it is just a fascinating subject I never thought about it until you brought it up and then I did a little research and here in Virginia we actually have a rather large facility Blue Ridge vet blood bank not far from me maybe twenty miles who knew that's correct and I think people should know of course you could always you know contact your own vet tell you know I don't know if they do it not every vet might do it right now they now have act I'm sure you know in areas they have access I was just asking if even the shelter is you know take blood from some dogs but. you know maybe later on I don't think so it really is something that we don't pay a lot of attention to it here and it's something that I think that you can inform your listeners about it's like a red cross for dogs when you think about it the red cross you know has blood drives collect blood to send all over the country but when we think about blood or plasma for dogs we really don't think of a source that we would go to work as an emergency and not thinking but not lasts up to thirty five days which I think is pretty good they take you there red blood cells and they take plasma and when I okay Rick you down they break it down what normally vets will do if you have a dog that needs a transfusion for surgery they go whole blood to whole blood that would be like just the day the blood from another another dog and put at the transfusion so that it's done at the time of the surgery but the idea of these blood banks canine blood banks is to just as you said to separate it to separate the red blood cells from the plasma and store it in case of. circuits visitor jury it's definitely for surgery it is and the other thing that I read up that I was surprised at is the transfusions are used for the parvo virus I think they said and of course in the summer that can be a challenge too many bets they have a lot more dogs with that type of virus I think he's the one that settles in the heart I thought I was just I thought were I think is a horrible it's a horrible yeah I'm thinking that that that's what that is or is the dog has to be in a cage for like six months and can and can't move I don't know how you could do that to an animal you know it's it's worms that wrap themselves around the heart is that what that is. it sounds like you have to get dogs definitely need to get I think it's a vaccination or shot or something I'm well hot were medication I hand later on there is a lot of stuff out there and you know as you know more dogs you know people have people have multiple sometimes multiple dogs but there's a lot of animals out there I mean the cell you know diseases can be I mean there's been a couple of cases of I don't know if it's rabies or something else with the with not the possums but with the the raccoon back then you're acting weird it sounds like it's almost like a discount book but you know like they're out during the day in there they look like they're drunk yeah I know I am I just know that here I have I have a large piece of property you can tell when an animal is acting strange and that their behavior is not typical for the environment and so you know when an animal really has that type of disease if it's this temper or what what what were you saying in nam rabies was a rate and so on the back down here and I love bats you know I'm all of you know that you know they kill mosquitoes but down here they'll was at that that was acting strange and the father put him in a bucket and it turned out that he had rabies and babies I have a great minds in years now I mean yeah but I like I can take pets out of the country oh no no no I never really looked into the canine blood donor type of thing and I will of course Marty's two older he's you are healthy dog you have to be a healthy dog you have do you know it you certainly be a younger dog Marty has its own issues so not a good idea for an older dog but young dogs can donate that blood and you were right they do it to the jugular vein in the next minutes no pain yes. and and they get just like people because I used to donate blood they get a trim yeah I get it towed away they got a yeah yeah and the and then if you minutes IT yeah and I think it's a wonderful thing and certainly as a pet owner and I've been a pet owner a dog owner for many years I never gave it a second thought just never get sick enough to leave it with cats you know you know it's amazing of course that the same would apply to cats but you just don't think of it and yet I mean I have been fortunate none of my dogs have required major surgery but I guess any dog that requires a major surgery would need a supply of blood and I had eight to twelve different blood types for dogs that's fascinating I didn't know that they have like our universal which most dogs if even if it if they're not a no they could take it but only once and then they have the negatives into positives the negative if you have a negative blood type you can only use the negative but I think when I read is if you have the positive you could have either raw but you know then they they type you anyway a man and if its plasma you know it might not be a problem but you know they say they use it mostly for surgeries and you're right because that's no guarantee but you know with some some animals do nida do need blood you know special they've had to you know they fit by a car and they've lost a lot so I think it's terrific I'm gonna I think it is to put it on the Facebook page unleashed and you know why some information there but and absolutely and of course most most of the time this is totally voluntary it's not like you're getting a monetary compensation needs some some vets will give we'll we'll give a monetary compensation a discount on future. wouldn't that be wonderful right maybe not the young and healthy be lays you're talking about to get right well you know it's like to go to a red cross facility I need a facility where they could do this of course most vets would be able to do it now they would need to store it that's to say that one thing that I think that's the issue that many vets individually might not have the capacity to store it and that's why it's not very well known locally individually as a pet owner that facility in Purcellville Virginia is a large facility any service I think they said something like three states West Virginia Virginia and Maryland and it is an all volunteer you bring your dog in to donate that blood and then they distribute that blood through different veterinary hospitals or veterinarians in the tri state area so that's a it's like a red cross for dogs actually actually storing the blood their mind that is the local gentleman he's been around for many years he has a small office so he would have the capacity to store it but it's wonderful I think if you put on that on lease page because people can check into that and they'll get a little service I'm sure they have it yes no yeah there are some I could put the list down as well yeah there are some facilities like your facility but there are some that you can go to but yes get out and we know about animals and I found this out not too long ago but who even thought of that I know I think it's a great idea and I'm glad you brought it up as a topic for you show and denigrate people where else it is you do that an awful lot of books. I mean you know they're a mammal and they want to save them please that's an and they have the mail the talks all of that. I think we should look into that little while well you know these shoes they have to be on hand hello Sir did you have the facilities are hospital facilities I'm sure have you know a transfusion that are common place at those facilities and I'm sure they have stated the art equipment and probably have a supply of blood on veterinarian science for big animals and for zoos is is a godsend for sure yeah they are very very special well I think that is where if any out body out there is listening wants to know what to be I thought my god yeah be it you don't need to be a cat and dog fat yeah bunch of our ladies come in and and factual mating is there is a need like well it's exciting in this unit is actually now with the social media and Facebook I mean that a giraffe kept me up for hours in the middle of the night waiting for her to give birth all of the baby to brass nine out one okay that we can actually see it now the cameras you know the exact tomorrow I'm actually going to a wildlife center here in Virginia they have an open house twice a year that they allow the public to come in and they give you a tour of the wildlife center they bring in injured wildlife so the last time I took my grandsons a couple of years ago and we saw a beautiful eagles that were being rehabilitated and they are at least some back so the Waynesboro wildlife center does this twice a year that they allow the public in and and that is wonderful but I also and I'm sure you've done this to watch the web cams that they put in in the nests then you can watch here the illegals song now Ian Wilson the falcons or or any wild animal they use the webcam the technology today allows you to be right there and. up close nature up close that is just phenomenal so for animal lovers this is great technology that we have now not when we were growing up it was so so difficult you you had to go to a zoo to see any animal now you can watch these animals up close and personal with so.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To Marty and just wanted to touch base today and talk about some very interesting things that Jerry and I discovered which we should have known but yes we should have we didn't even think about it well we don't you don't you don't especially you know obviously red blood transfusions first right blood donors for our dogs and cats yeah you know the at eight it is just a fascinating subject I never thought about it until you brought it up and then I did a little research and here in Virginia we actually have a rather large facility Blue Ridge vet blood bank not far from me maybe twenty miles who knew that's correct and I think people should know of course you could always you know contact your own vet tell you know I don't know if they do it not every vet might do it right now they now have act I'm sure you know in areas they have access I was just asking if even the shelter is you know take blood from some dogs but you know maybe later on I don't think so it really is something that we don't pay a lot of attention to it here and it's something that I think that you can inform your listeners about it's like a red cross for dogs when you think about it the red cross you know has blood drives collect blood to send all over the country but when we think about blood or plasma for dogs we really don't think of a source that we would go to work as an emergency and not thinking but the last step to thirty five days which I think is pretty good they take you there red blood cells and they take plasma and when I okay Rick you down they break it down what normally vets will do if you have a dog that needs a transfusion for surgery they go whole blood to whole blood that would be like just the day the blood from another another dog and put at the transfusion so they've done at the time of the surgery but the idea of these blood banks canine blood banks is to just as you said to separate it to separate the red blood cells from the plasma and store it in case of accident circuits for surgery it's definitely for surgery it is and the other thing that I read up that I was surprised at is the transfusions are used for the parvo virus I think they said and of course in the summer that can be a challenge to many vets they have a lot more dogs with that type of virus I think he's the one that settles in the heart that I thought I was just I thought were I think is a horrible it's a horrible yeah I'm thinking that that that's what that is or is the dog has to be in a cage for like six months and can and can't move I don't know how you could do that to an animal you know it's it's worms that wrap themselves around the heart is that what that is it sounds like you have to get dogs definitely need to get I think it's a vaccination or shot or something I'm well hot were medication I had and later on there is a lot of stuff out there and you know as you know more dogs you know people have people have multiple sometimes multiple dogs but there's a lot of animals out there I mean the cell you know diseases can be I mean there's been a couple of cases of I don't know if it's rabies or something else with the with not the possums but with the the raccoon back then you're acting weird it sounds like it's almost like a discount but but you know like they're out during the day in there they look like they're drunk yeah I know I am I just know that here I have I have a large piece of property you can tell when an animal is acting strange and that their behavior is not typical for the environment and so you know when an animal really has that type of disease if it's this temper or what what what were you saying in nam rabies was a rate and so on the back down here and I love bats you know I'm all of you know that you know they kill mosquitoes but down here they'll was at that that was acting strange and the father put him in a bucket and it turned out that he had rabies and babies I have a great minds in years now I mean yeah but I like I can take pets out of the country oh no no no I never really looked into the canine blood donor type of thing and I will of course Marty's two older he's you are healthy dog you have to be a healthy dog you have do you know it you certainly be a younger dog Marty has his own issues so not a good idea for an older dog but young dogs can donate that blood and you were right they do it to the jugular vein in and then minutes no pain yes and and they get just like people because I used to donate blood they get a trim yeah I get it towed away they got a yeah yeah and the and then if you minutes IT yeah and I think it's a wonderful thing and certainly as a pet owner and I've been a pet owner a dog owner for many years I never gave it a second thought just let me get this taken of the leave it with cats you know you know it's amazing of course that the same would apply to cats but you just don't think of it and yet I mean I have been fortunate none of my dogs have required major surgery but I guess any dog that requires a major surgery would need a supply of blood and I had eight to twelve different blood types for dogs that's fascinating I didn't know that they have like our universal which most dogs if even if it if they're not a no they could take it but only once and then they have the negatives into positives the negative if you have a negative blood type you can only use the negative but I think what I read is if you have the positive you could have either raw but you know then they they type you anyway a man and if its plasma you know it might not be a problem but you know I say they use it mostly for surgeries and you're right because that's no guarantee but you know with you sometimes some animals do nida do need blood you know special they've had you know they fit by a car and they've lost a lot so I think it's terrific I'm gonna I think it is to put it on the Facebook page unleashed and you know why some information there but and absolutely and of course most most of the time this is totally voluntary it's not like you're getting a a monetary compensation needs some some vets will give we'll we'll give a monetary compensation a discount on future wouldn't that be wonderful right maybe that's how much the young and healthy be lays you're talking about to get right well you know it's like to go to a red cross facility right need a facility where they could do this of course most vets would be able to do it now they would need to storage that's to say that one thing that I think that's the issue that many vets individually might not have the capacity to store it and that's why it's not very well known locally individually as a pet owner that facility in Purcellville Virginia is a large facility any service I think they said something like three states West Virginia Virginia and Maryland and it is an all volunteer you bring your dog in to donate that blood and then they distribute that blood through different veterinary hospitals or veterinarians in the tri state area so that's a it's like a red cross for dogs actually actually storing the blood their mind that is the local gentleman he's been around for many years he has a small office so he would have the capacity to store it but it's wonderful I think if you put on that on lease page because people can check into that and they'll get a little service I'm sure they have it yes no yes I am I could put the list down as well yeah there are some facilities like your facility but there are some that you can go to but yes get out and we know about animals and I found this out not too long ago but who even thought of that I know I think it's a great idea and I'm glad you brought it up as a topic for you show and denigrate people where else if you do that an awful lot of books I mean you know they're a mammal and they want to save them please that's an and they have the mail the talks all of that I think we should look into that little while well you know these shoes they have to be on hand hello Sir did you have the facilities are hospital facilities I'm sure have you know a transfusion that are common place at those facilities and I'm sure they have stated the art equipment and probably have a supply of blood on veterinarian science for big animals and for Jews is is a godsend for sure yeah they are very very special well I think that is where if any out body out there is listening wants to know what to be all my contacts yeah I'd be it you don't need to be a cat and dog fat yeah bunch of our ladies come in and and actually made a diss we need like well it's exciting in this you know initially now with the social media and Facebook I mean that in draft kept me up for hours in the middle of the night waiting for her to give birth all of the baby to ramps nine out one okay I can actually see it now the cameras you know the impact tomorrow I'm actually going to a wildlife center here in Virginia they have an open house twice a year that they allow the public to come in and they give you a tour of the wildlife center they bring in injured wildlife so the last time I took my grandsons a couple of years ago and we saw a beautiful eagles that were being rehabilitated and they are at least some back so the Waynesboro wildlife center does this twice a year that they allow the public in and and that is wonderful but I also and I'm sure you've done this to watch the web cams that they put in in the nests then you can watch here the illegals song now Ian Wilson the falcons or or any wild animal they use the webcam the technology today allows you to be right there and up close nature up close that is just phenomenal so for animal lovers this is great technology that we have now not when we were growing up it was so so difficult you you had to go to a zoo to see any animal now you can watch these animals up close and personal.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That blood to different veterinary hospitals or veterinarians in the tri state area so that's a it's like a red cross for dogs actually actually storing the blood their mind that is the local gentleman he's been around for many years he has a small office I so he would have the capacity to store it but it's wonderful I think if you put on that on least page because people can check into that and they'll get a little rest of it I'm sure they have it yes no yeah there are some I could put the list down as well yeah there are some facilities like your facility but there are some that you can go to but yes get out and we know about animals and I found this out not too long ago but who even thought of that I know I think it's a great idea and I'm glad you brought it up as a topic for you show and denigrate people where else it is you do to an awful lot of books I mean you know they're a mammal and they want to save them please that's an and they have the mail those talks all of that I think we should look into that little while well you know these shoes they have to be on hand hello Sir did you have the facilities are hospital facilities I'm sure have you know a transfusion that are common place at those facilities and I'm sure they have stated the art equipment and probably have a supply of blood on veterinarian science for big animals and for Jews is is a godsend for sure yeah they are very very special well I think that is where if any out body out there is listening once in a like to be all my contacts yeah I'd be it you don't need to be a cat and dog fat yeah bunch of our ladies come in and and actually made in these days you need like well it's exciting in this you know we now with the social media and Facebook I mean that in draft kept me up for hours in the middle of the night waiting for her to give birth all of the baby to ramps not that one okay I can actually see it now the cameras you know the exact tomorrow I'm actually going to a wildlife center here in Virginia they have an open house twice a year that they allow the public to come in and they give you a tour of the wildlife center they bring in injured wildlife so the last time I took my grandsons a couple of years ago and we saw a beautiful eagles that were being rehabilitated and they are at least some back so the Waynesboro wildlife center does this twice a year that they allow the public in and and that is wonderful but I also and I'm sure you've done this to watch the web cams that they put in in the nests then you can watch here the illegals song now Ian Wilson the falcons or or any wild animal they use the webcam the technology today allows you to be right there and up close nature up close that is just phenomenal so for animal lovers this is great technology that we have now not when we were growing up it was so so difficult you you had to go to a zoo to see any animal now you can watch these animals up close and.

"ian wilson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And the possibility of explosion sergeant Wilson Brooks the passenger side window with his elbow reached his body into the burning and smoke-filled car and pulled out the trapped woman moments later the car was engulfed in flames Wilson returned to the second car finding those doors. Stuck in the woman driver trapped by air bags the brushfire encroaching? He pried open one of the doors pulled the woman out and carried her safety. I don't remember sixteenth Wilson. Thirty three was killed in a motorcycle accident on the fifteen on his way home from work on December. Twelfth Wilson was posthumously awarded the navy and ring cars highest non-combat award, the navy and Marine Corps medal. Which was presented to Wilson's twelve year old son. Ian wilson. Recipes sergeant Wilson. You know, Colonel anytime you mentioned the word drill instructor. You know, I'll get like chills because every marine remembers their drill instructors their names, the sound of their voice their cadence because they're all different, and they're all like greasy crowbar bone chilling voices that they have. So they're not affectionate feelings. No, no, not at all. But you'll always remember that's for sure. Now, a central military history lead out skip on ten January seventeen seventy nine during the revolutionary war. The French presented John Paul Jones with a dilapidated vessel. The Duke day duress this Jones refitted mounted with forty two guns and renamed. Bon homme Richard in honor of Benjamin Franklin on nineteen June seventeen seventy nine Bon homme Richard sales from Laurenti accompanied by alliance palace. Vengeance and CERF with troop transports and merchant vessels under convoy to bardo and to cruise against the British in the bay of Biscay forced to return to port for repair, the squadron sailed again, fourteen August seventeen seventy nine going northwest around the west coast of the British Isles into the North Sea. And then down the east coast. The squadron took sixteen merchant vessels as prizes on twenty three September seventeen seventy nine they encountered the Baltic fleet of forty one sale under convoy of HMS Serapis and Countess of Scarborough near Scarborough head on home. Richard engaged Serapis. And a bitter engagement, ensued. During the next four hours before Serapis struck her colors Bonham, Richard shattered on fire and leaking badly defied all efforts to save her and sank John Paul Jones sailed to captured Serapis to Holland for repairs. I bet that was something that he felt good about having something to get onto after his ships on. Yeah. You bet. AJ or eighteen fifteen two weeks after the war of eighteen twelve officially ended. General Andrew Jackson, achieved the greatest American victory of the war at the battle of New Orleans, the British hoped it by capturing the city they could separate Louisiana from the rest of the United States pirate. Jean Lafitte, however, had warned the Americans of the attack and the arriving British found militiamen under general Jackson, strongly entrenched with Rodriguez canal in two separate assaults. The seventy five hundred British soldiers under Sir Edward packing ham were unable to penetrate, the US defenses and Jackson's forty five hundred troops. Many of them expert marksmen from Kentucky and Tennessee decimated. The British lines in a half hour, the British retreated general packing ham was dead. And nearly two thousand men killed wounded or missing US forces suffered only eight killed thirteen wounded, although the battle had no bearing on the outcome of the war Jackson's overwhelming victory elevated national pride which had suffered a number of setbacks during the war. This battle was also the last armed engagement between the US and Britain. On eleven January eighteen sixty three the confederate ship Alabama under captain sems, flew a British flag and lured the USS Hatteras out of Galveston harbor. The Hatteras was quickly sunk in January nineteen forty four the GI Bill of rights which was first proposed by the American Legion was passed by congress the Bill more formerly known as the servicemen's readjustment act of nineteen forty four was intended to smooth demobilization for Americans almost sixteen million servicemen and women postwar college and.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Hello and welcome to the curators monocle 24 with me henry we shared in and tom edwards over the next sixty minutes we'll be bringing some of the very best interviews and reports from the pas week of coverage here on monocle 24 this week we had to the korean peninsula where the two warring nations are trying to come together for the winter olympic games the korean women's ice hockey team is the firstever unified squad to appear at the olympics and is the first northsouth team at any events into table tennis tournament back in 1991 and we sing the praises of ocean linus lines for servicing empires they've grant minitry assets they became to represent a sort of aspirational lifestyle that now seems to be say much to the fore it's a fantastic object and ways to explore the kind of histories of the 19th and 20th century all of old henry does that had more to come and look forward to in the next hour here on the curators we've made some edwards on me henry lee sheridan henry a great pleasure it would be to be here with an esteemed colleague a picking off favorites from la seven days instead it's the arduous task of sharing the mike's with you nevertheless we've got some real gems to enjoy heavenly indeed we have a big game with a hours in dealing with the winter olympics which is well on the way now in south korea eight kicked off on friday and insight both north and south korea efforts are being made albeit slowly to bring the two sides that have the differences together at least while the games are taking place monaco's asia bureau chief ian wilson asked if one of these tactics combining the two women's hockey teams into one is something to be celebrated all amid sacrificed for political gain.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Centrally in the era where we can design protein tool optimally perform a very specific task and then figure out what string of spaghetti amino acids will fold up to make that exact protei i'm going to end with an example of what of what we we were going to be seeing in the future so baker and his team got together with our overall adjust ian wilson of scripts research institute to design a protein to fight the flu wilson identified through his research in the lab a pocket on the surface of this virus over specific flu virus and they thought that a protein that fit right in that pocket you know a nice fit in that pocket could potentially stop the virus from entering into cells so baker got with his team in the huge was added to create now let me say that when you when you're using words that you're not going to just like say this is what i wanted to do and have them and have to software spit out the exact amino acid shade the it's not that easy not yet anyway what they do was that use rosetta to create a few a few thousand promising amino acid jane's and then that then they folded all of them digitally to see which one would fit the pocket and then so they picked from that group they picked the other hand fuller so that really look like they could fit into that pocket that was identified on the on the on the virus and then they used engineer gstar to make the real proteins and they they found what they called hb one six nine two way tattooed at three r because it looked like it was a really good fit so then they had a test it so they injected mice with a fatal influenza dose this this dose would have killed them with at with out question this was with this was going to kill them and they sprayed the experimental protein that they had created into their noses so what do you think the result was a lives half live tafta a hundred percent effective as how you the right one.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The three all this week all monaco 24 hour christmas series has been discussing bizarre fact some traditions from all around the world japan has arguably the strangest morqos tokyo bureau chief ian wilson has been telling our own georgina godwin all about it the land of great cuisine really ah let's go hang loose on christmas day and pony three point six million families a buying a kentucky fried chicken and this is a phenomenon been going on since the 70s japan it you have to remember christmas day is not a holiday in japan is a working day the no tradition in a onepercent population is christian so really christmas is other amazing decorations fantastic light's that just isn't really a christmas tradition and kentucky fried chicken you have to hand it to them that they arrived in japan and nineteen seventy th they came here for the osaka expo and and then a few years later the what can we do to to make a tradition so they have invented this kentucky for christmas idea and um it's just stock and a now you know the ciragan they have they do have very lavish commercial um you know you have to if you want the dina package you have to order i think by the tend to december say better get my ordering quickly um and you know it's still announce a huge thing and if you don't order it had you will be standing in a long line on christmas day that sixstorey tell me what works is on the menu in fact what you guess for with this well you can get you know the regular obock if chicken but they've also now to be upmarket i mean that they realized that thais quite refined said that they have a premium series you can actually buy a whole race chicken now um and it's not cheat sixty six thousand janja is about forty pounds if you got that uh you know you you they've got a sort of uh they've got chocolate cake they've got wind so you're not just buying chicken you buying a whole a whole dinner if he wants it not otherwise it's just the uh the regular bits and pieces of uh kentucky fried chicken in a in a very festivelooking borrow with uh.

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"ian wilson" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ian wilson" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Wait i got this on uh rainer awry fairhaven with the began the ira go number four before this actor won the role of dwight shrewd on the office set rogan had audition for the role who are we talking about cup of iran or ian wilson yes imos got that when all right the last question see if you can get the perfect score number five this song written by paul schaeffer and performed by the weather girls was intended to be a gay anthem much like ymca you know the name of the song training run yes how's maria hour i had a dinner mango are fouls when astounding five for five which means will be sending them our top prize a handwritten note to their mom or boss singing the praises congratulations ooh thanks demographia yeah that saw him guys i bought ahead of secret listeners please check out rain dot works when you get a second and thank you guys so much for all the work you do in for putting smiles on so many faces acute environmental adding some angle i'm looking at the front of my are expire here and a occurs when was the last time you opened up a protein bar and right there on the front of the rapper it actually listed out the ingredients in big bold letters he adds genius and i see you have your chocolates he sought one i think that was my favorite i have a couple more of the eleven varieties two tribe but this one is going to be hard to beat how 'bout you yes so far i'm a peanut butter chocolate guy still in the chocolate family but i also like the 'fruit flavors but he i loved that they let their core ingredients do the talking this package says three egg whites six almonds four used to dates nobias it's real foods juniors and and i like that they're no preservatives artificial flavors fillers are added sugars.

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