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"ronald mills" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:34 min | 6 months ago

"ronald mills" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"The AI today podcast produced by cognac cuts through the hype and noise to identify what is really happening now in the world of artificial intelligence. Learn about emerging AI trends, technologies, and use cases from cognitive analysts and guest experts. Hello, and welcome to the AI today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen mulch. And I'm your host Ronald mills are in. Thank you for joining us again on our AI today podcast. We are now in our 5th season. That is we've been recording for over four years. We celebrated our fourth anniversary earlier this month in September of 2021 if you're listening to us later on. And well over 200 plus episodes. And we've been focusing on the challenges and the issues of making AI work within enterprises and organizations of all types. And you've heard us interview organizations from large banks and financial service institutions, pharmaceutical companies, especially in the past year as they've been going through the pandemic and really reworking their organizations from top to bottom. And as well as, as well as government organizations in the United States federal state and local level internationally Protestant review, lord Tim Clement Jones, the UK House of lords and Australian folks in Hungarian folks and companies in countries from all around the world. It's very interesting that we're all kind of moving this shipped forward. It's actually kind of nice how international artificial intelligence truly is. And that there really isn't such a centricity of the technology as maybe there has been what social media and other things Silicon Valley centric or computing and that's where stuff. New AI is really properly very international. And it is on that sort of note that I am really thrilled to introduce our guest presenter a guest host sorry guest. Featured guest for our AI today podcast. And that is Albert King, who is the chief data officer of the Scottish government. We are sort of thrilled totally thrilled to have him here. So thank you so much Albert for joining us on AI today podcast. Well, I am delighted to be here on apparently in such exalted company as well, what a treat. So excited to be here. Yeah, we're excited to have you today and for this interview. So we'd like to start by having you introduce yourselves and tell us a little bit about your background and also about your current role at as CDO of the Scottish government. Our listeners know that we have produced country level strategy reports on how different countries their AI adoption and their AI strategy. And so we're really excited to have you here to share what Scotland is doing as well. So yeah, so please introduce yourself to our listeners. Yeah, thanks very much. So I'm essentially my job is to make real Scottish government's vision for data that you systematically to save time money and lives and that's all about contributing to making Scotland wealthier fairer and greener. So no small job then. And so is the center of excellence with data in government, my teams are committed to helping us realize that vision. And that's really through, I guess, three things through the platforms that we've provide to support the sort of end to end data journey for analysts across government and public bodies in Scotland. Secondly, really about providing specialist expertise and analytical skills, particularly in areas where those difficult to acquire or particular kind of deep expertise. And thirdly, really around providing the policies and governance that we've put in place to deliver all of that. So I would look at peace. So yeah, as I say, we're making that vision real through the services we provide in the policy and strategies we create and deliver. Ultimately, then to help us to achieve the outcome set out in our national performance framework. So full disclosure on the date professional to trade. So I would tinker with all this technology just for fun if people like me, but it turns out it's really about the ultimately the social economic and environmental value that's creates. And the national performance framework. So our purpose as a government to create a more successful country in Scotland and interestingly actually picking up on some of what you were saying earlier. I definitely think this is an agenda where we can connect apart from the other things I said about wealthier fair and greener to that international agenda because this is really and one of the things that is really clear is that there are challenges around this technology that really do have that international dimension to that opportunity to demonstrate our international contribution and that we're not we're looking at nation language very important as well. So linking all of that back then to AI that is a big feature of our AI strategy that NPF at national performance framework woven through it connects those outcomes and it really is the AI strategy really is about putting people and society at its heart and achieving those outcomes through the adoption and use of that particular sort of data driven technology. So yeah, it's fantastic. And that's really very interesting. I think our listeners might be really very interested in the NPF the national performance framework because people are looking for frameworks in general to help guide whether they're multinational organizations and agencies or their country level agencies or organizations or even businesses of all types and sizes. We're all trying to figure out how to really make data really work in a way that's beneficial to the organization and to our customers and to our citizens and to everyone in the society. And I think that's an interesting place now. People are paying much more attention to data. I think nowadays, did the average person that we might have in the past. And as meant as Kathleen mentioned, we have covered AI strategies from Afghanistan Zimbabwe and every country in between, you know, Botswana and Cape Verde and Colombia and Hungary and it's interesting. Really, most nations are thinking about their countries positioning with regards to AI at the production or the consumption level. So in March of 2021, earlier this year, we know that Scotland published its own AI strategy and we talked a little bit about that just now. But maybe you could tell our listeners a little bit about sort of what led up to the creation. And a little bit about the strategy as well as to kind of how Scotland feels it's participating in playing within this global ecosystem of data forward organizations. Yeah, thanks. Yeah, so the background AI strategy, I guess. And the genesis of it, if you like, it was a recognition of first of all some strengths, maybe that Scotland has an AI, so we've got excellent research institutions here in Scotland. University in Scotland do some of the often recognized in top rankings for research. There was also a sort of piece around the innovative companies that we've got in Scotland. So really transforming, I guess the potential that that research creates into the economic value and also actually innovative public services that are looking to adopt this technology. And as you know, as you were saying, turn the technology into real, in this case, social value. But there was also a recognition of the risks and indeed fears that sometimes are associated with this technologies. And so that came together really, I guess, as the impetus that drove us to act and ministers are cabinet secretary for finance access to take forward the development of an AI strategy. I mean, really asking us to put citizens at the center of that to maximize the value for AI and really I suppose with the driving thinking that we would only see that value realized if it's adopted widely and underpinned by confidence and trust in the technology. So.

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"ronald mills" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mills" Discussed on WTOP

"Your favorite APP store, not just W t o p u r w t O P at 6 28 traffic and weather on the AIDS and when it breaks lets go to day Bill dine in the traffic center from Germantown, two Rockville to work zones on to 72 South bound slowdowns between 1 18 and Watkins Mill Road right side should be blocked, but farther south The laser building. It's the second recurring work zone that tends to really back up South bound traffic. Past Falls Road under Montrose Road toward the lane divide there still rolling out the cones right toe left. Eventually, it'll probably just be one left lane getting by south found under mantra strode toward the spur and the lane divide. They started the locals and then migrate out into the centre lane. Staying left and expecting delays to build South bound on to 70. No door found Lane closures. No backups on the Beltway 95 between the Beltway's good to 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway South bound Beyond Ronald Mills, and before 1 75 crash reported 50. Nothing reported between the Beltway in the Bay Bridge in Virginia 95 South out heaviest, usual from Lord into Woodbridge beyond 1 23 the pace opens up You're moving at speed The on Prince William Parkway toward Dale City. Dump Free Stafford and Fredericksburg, 66. No roadwork delays inside or outside the Beltway. The road buckled. He's found near the Manassas rest area earlier this afternoon, but they're still working on that on the left side. They're not causing the delay eastbound Easter Manassas. You're getting by without incident and the crash out the Manassas on 2 30 for Prince William Parkway near done Freeze road business to 34 That should also largely by now be clear. Dave Tilden. W T o p Traffic out a storm team for.

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"ronald mills" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mills" Discussed on WTOP

"Of three point five FM will never miss a moment WTOP at two thirty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks it is slow going through many work zones across the region outer loop past camp springs the work above penciling parkway before Pennsylvania Avenue two right lanes getting by that's concrete work north bound B. W. parkway here for ten single file south bound to some sort of activity don't have any specifics but between Ronald mills and one seventy five it is slow going it's likely at most only one lane getting by whatever it is on the parkway ninety five though parallel to that without incident between Baltimore and laurel I ninety seven north found sluggish past the resurfacing north of route fifty only one lane to the left gets behind your Hawkins road eastbound on route fifty very slow from Cape St Claire the bay bridge but two lanes should be open now on the bridge span past the maintenance they should be calling it a day given the slow conditions off Broadneck eastbound on route fifty beltway into seventy three Montgomery County no delays Brookville upper Montgomery County the paving of Georgia Avenue both ways your gold mine road we were alternating should be wrapping that up soon to Virginia three ninety five south bound after Duke street to total lanes getting by the works on route seventy eastbound you're Buell wrote it's one lane getting by the left back in Chevy Chase south on Connecticut Avenue before for ten East West highway that's a work zone in only one right lane is getting by safe ways hiring immediately with competitive pay and flexible hours if you or someone you know is looking for employment check with your store director or fly online at Safeway dot com slash careers Dave goldmine WTOP traffic mostly sunny and warmer today a pleasant day out there with high temperatures in the mid sixties to near seventy we'll have clouds moving in overnight tonight with lows in the mid forties to low fifties.

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"ronald mills" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mills" Discussed on WTOP

"Silver diner much more than a diner good morning on this rainy Saturday it's seven twenty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks Maryland north on Baltimore Washington parkway this before Ronald mills Boulevard the crash activity remains along the right side minimal delays northbound on the B. W. parkway as we head toward route one hundred south down on the B. W. parkway new problem being reported near to to stay alert for incident response at the report of a crash there are no problems being reported on the beltway in Virginia or in Maryland in the district the westbound freeway ramp to main Avenue closed as well as the U. S. park police exit from both sides of the freeway due to of course the national mall in tidal basin closures also close of the Lincoln Memorial as well as the memorial circle and the Roosevelt bridge is open so you guys are pretty good they're traveling in Virginia eastbound sixty six near route fifty that vehicle fire is cleared from the right side traveling on I. ninety five ninety three ninety five remained a good ride both ways between Fredericksburg and the fourteenth street bridge back in Maryland the eastbound intercounty connector route two hundred closed between New Hampshire Avenue and route twenty nine Columbia pike for that weekend works on that set up in place there otherwise if you're traveling back in Maryland on route fifty you're looking pretty good both ways between the capital beltway and the eastern shore if you seen a traffic incident organ up that is someone we're reporting call this year to traffic center at eight six six three zero for WTOP rob Stallworth WTOP traffic brain to start off our Saturday and patchy fog so watch for that as you're driving around today we're looking at rain continuing throughout the day with anywhere from a half inch to three quarters of an inch of new rainfall it's going to be a soaker highs in the fifties overnight lows forties tomorrow looks like we start in the.

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"ronald mills" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast

Advanced Selling Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"ronald mills" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast

"Wow. I got I think it's the Grand Canyon the lip of the Grand Canyon minds Zion national park six AM in the morning. There you go. Okay. Any book that you read that made a profound impact on your life? Any book Bill? Other than mine. You had to say that I was mine or mine or yours. I say mine that I met yours. Profound effect, man. That's really good. I think it's. James Allen as a man think of who. You never read that Brian. This is what we do for. I've just come to. I'm going to go with. I'm going to go. With a scary close scary close varies about relationships. It has Miller. Donald Miller has right? Yeah. Scary close. So how many people who who answer that question? Choose the bible now, I I rarely hear it usually here thinking grow rich or you at the top or something like that. Yeah. Because I like I need I need to answer the bible that would be the politically correct thing to do. But sure anyway, a movie you've seen multiple times. But you can't help it. You have to watch him when it comes on Bill. The jerk. Set of dozen times. Probably I'm gonna get murdered for my answer. It's can't buy me love. It's a eighties chick flick. Ronald Meller, the Ronald Miller story. It's brilliant. Well, Ronald mill question. But I don't know how we can. All right. Here's us last question. The name of your first celebrity crush. Well, I suppose it was Roger Brown who played foo- played basketball for the Indiana Pacers. And I just I just loved him. And I know that you're maybe thinking a female crush. But everything I did I did like Roger Brown. He was an awesome player. And so that's that's my initial celebrity. Just I wanted to be like him. It's great Gooding minds. Easy tatum. O'neal in bad news bears. And couldn't couldn't couldn't get enough of that fantastic. That's good had awesome. That is awesome. All right. You're up the hotseat Bryant Bill. Just fantastic. Thanks so much for giving your you're very very valuable time. That was really really a lot of fun, but thanks even more. So for what you're doing and have been doing for a long time and other so many thousands of sales professionals around the world who they give an give and they give that's what they do for a living. But you can only give that what you have inside. And I think that's what you guys do you? You. You'll people you give people that energy that they need in order to do something very very valuable for the rest of society. So thanks for all you do. Thanks for being on the show. Really? Appreciate you. Jeff. I was awesome to likewise..

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