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Stay ahead of the curve as artificial intelligence disrupts the financial services sector. Discover the lessons learned from organizations like HSBC, Citigroup, and Visa; learn business strategies from venture capitalists investing in AI for the financial services industry; and see the future with AI banking innovators from Silicon Valley and around the world. Each week Emerj Founder Daniel Faggella interviews top experts to bring their best insights to our audience. This show is for financi ...
 
The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, non-partisan research institute established in 2014 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Chinese studies centres exist in other Australian universities. UTS:ACRI, however, is Australia’s first and only research institute devoted to studying the relationship of these countries. UTS:ACRI seeks to inform Australia’s engagement with China through research, analysis and dialogue grounded in scholarly rigour. The ACRI Podca ...
 
R is a free and open-source statistical computing environment. It has quickly become the leading choice of software used to develop cutting-edge statistical algorithms, innovative visualizations, and data processing, among other key features. R has seen tremendous growth in popularity and functionality over the last decade, largely due to the vibrant and devoted R community of users. Whether you have experience with commercial statistical software such as SAS or SPSS and want to learn R, or ...
 
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Today, we’re talking about a new book, China Goes Green, by Judith Shapiro and Yifei Li. The book explores the promise and drawbacks of Chinese environmental governance in light of the urgency of climate change and other issues. It examines Chinese environmental governance through examination of specific cases of environmental programs such as the …
 
Todd Caldecott is an herbalist and founder of The Dogwood School of Botanical Medicine - learn more about him here: https://toddcaldecott.com/ https://dogwoodbotanical.com/ Todd has an in depth understanding of herbs, treatment, Ayurveda as well as the history of India and of Ayurveda. I discovered his writing on his hugely informative blog as I wa…
 
Today's discussion is with Andrew Clark, cofounder of Monitaur, a Techstars-funded startup that provides auditability, transparency, and governance for companies using machine learning software. Andrew formerly served as Pincipal Machine Learning Auditor at Capital One. And in this episode he shares how AI can audit and monitor algorithms so they d…
 
In today's podcast, we’re talking about why it’s been so difficult to get financing for renewable energy in the Belt and Road, also known as the Belt-Road-Initiative or BRI. (Note the podcast was recorded prior to the announcement that China would pursue carbon neutrality by 2060.) Our first guest is Ma Tianjie, Tianjie is managing editor of China …
 
We don't do this often, but in today's podcast we address some breaking news: President Xi Jinping's announcement that China will peak carbon emissions before 2030 and set a new goal of net-neutral carbon emissions by 2060. The speech, delivered remotely to the United Nations during Climate Week, caught energy and climate watchers by surprise. In t…
 
Renewable energy is the key to reducing China's carbon emissions, and for many years experts have seen electricity markets as essential to the promotion of clean energy. In this episode, we check in with a leading U.S. expert on China's power sector, Michael Davidson, to discuss two recent papers he has published on the topic of power markets and r…
 
Kevin Dewalt, founder of Prolego, shares AI project do's and don'ts from a consultant's perspective. Kevin previously served as Director of Strategic Alliances at In-Q-Tel, VC arm for the CIA and US intelligence community, now focuses on training, strategy, and implementation of AI applications for Fortune 500 companies. Are you working to catalyze…
 
Joint pain, rashes, sleeplessness and exhaustion. Your favourite foods could be slowly killing you. Oxalate-free living can change your life. I was plagued with joint pain, rashes, sleeplessness and exhaustion. I am so glad I found my way to ketogenic knowledge, traditional animal based nutrition and oxalate-free living. Sally K. Norton is the Quee…
 
In today's podcast, we talk to two private sector experts working on the topic of corporate ESG - which refers to corporate policies and performance on the environment, sustainability, and governance. In the first part of the episode, we focus on the policies that have driven companies in China towards greater emphasis of ESG, and which companies a…
 
Chong Xie is Founder of Hyperarch Fascia Training, and the Functional Fascia Coach for 2x UFC Champion Zhang Weili. Chong deeply researched and implements a ground breaking method for superior training and guides basketball players, UFC athletes as well as young athletes and kids. Several years ago, while looking for information on glute strength, …
 
Edwin Bryant is a 40-year Bhakti Yoga practitioner, professor of Hinduism and author of 8 books including The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and Bhakti Yoga:Teaching From the Bhagavata Purana. Edwin encourages us to read and study more to deepen our yoga path and awaken love. Sharing from the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and more, he illuminates jnana yoga…
 
You have probably heard China's carbon market described as the largest carbon market in the world. That's only proper, since China is the largest carbon emitting country and the carbon market will cover the coal power sector, which accounts for around half of the country's emissions. 2020 was originally billed as a major year for climate policy, bo…
 
Ancient wisdom and timeless dharma with Dr. M.A. Jayashree Dr. M.A. Jayashree is a Sanskrit Professor in Mysuru, India. She has guided my studies for 20 years and is internationally celebrated for her beautiful chanting and deep wisdom that she shares with yoga students worldwide. I am honoured to host my beloved teacher for a talk and journey into…
 
Welcome to my new podcast and Expert Event. I am sharing this from KikiTV.LIFE - where you can meet me all week long. The first book I read on economics was by today's guest. I am honoured to host leading economist and bitcoin pundit Dr. Saifedean Ammous. Saifedean is an economist and author focusing on bitcoin; he authored the first academic book …
 
It's been a busy year for energy policy in China, and we're only in the beginning of July. This summer and fall are crucial periods in the design of the 14th Five-Year Plan, and many listeners are already aware that there are big issues at stake for climate and the environment. In today's podcast, we're releasing the audio of a Beijing Energy Netwo…
 
Welcome to my new podcast and Expert Event. I am sharing this from KikiTV.LIFE - where you can meet me all week long ***30 LIVE ZOOM yoga, wellness, mindset classes and events a month FREE 10-Day Trial (easy to subscribe, easy to unsubscribe) Only $29.99 a month (less than $1 a day) *** https://kikitv.life I was hampered with decades of injuries da…
 
Rob Delaney, VP at VC firm Carrick Capital Partners, shares some predictions and hopes for his portfolio companies as they navigate through the economic storm caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. What's changing about our industries? What needs to change about the way we handle data? How are strategic priorities shifting? Rob shares his valuable perspe…
 
Welcome to my new podcast and Expert Event. I am sharing this from KikiTV.LIFE - where you can meet me all week long ***30 LIVE ZOOM yoga, wellness, mindset classes and events every month FREE 10-Day Trial (easy to subscribe, easy to unsubscribe) Only $29.99 a month (less than $1 a day) https://kikitv.life On this episode I talk about food with an …
 
Welcome to my new podcast and Expert Event. I am sharing this from KikiTV.LIFE - where you can meet me all week long ***30 LIVE ZOOM yoga, wellness, mindset classes and events a month FREE 10-Day Trial (easy to subscribe, easy to unsubscribe) Only $29.99 a month (less than $1 a day) https://kikitv.life Jennifer Bernard is a USA Today bestselling au…
 
James says, "Conflict is natural...it's an indication of change needing to happen." James is a 25-year Yoga practitioner whose daily practice comes first. James leads a transformational vision meditation and shares meaning and value we can implement right away. James grew in in NYC metro area went to college in Massachusetts and then traveled the w…
 
Today's interview is with Aki Ranin, Cofounder of Bambu, a robo-advisor platform based in Singapore. Bambu has raised millions to expand in Asian and American banking markets. Aki is also an adjunct lecturer on AI and machine learning at Singapore Management University. In this episode, he breaks down where AI fits into the world of robo-advisors a…
 
Welcome to my new podcast and Expert Event. I am sharing this from KikiTV.LIFE - where you can meet me all week long ***30 LIVE ZOOM yoga, wellness, mindset classes and events a month FREE 10-Day Trial (easy to subscribe, easy to unsubscribe) Only $29.99 a month (less than $1 a day) https://kikitv.life I am so happy I sat down on my new podcast wit…
 
In this week's podcast, we sit down with Chloe Dempsey to talk about meat, alternative protein, and the environment in China. Chloe is a research fellow at the Cellular Agriculture Society and Yenching scholar at Peking University, where she is completing a Master’s of Economics. Chloe’s thesis focuses on the market for cultured meat in China, with…
 
Asia is the world's top region for infrastructure investment, and these investments need to be sustainable in order to meet the Paris Climate Agreement goals and the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A fair number of standards now exist to help investors assess the sustainability of infrastructure, and one of those specific to the debt mar…
 
Energy security was already a hot issue in China well before the global oil price collapse and Covid crisis. Now, as the country listens to the government list its coming priorities during the long-delayed Two Sessions of the National People's Congress, energy security is topic Number One. In this episode, we sit down with Dr Michal Meidan, Directo…
 
Building a scaleable and productive AI product for the enterprise is not easy. Our guest this week helps listeners think through how to go about it successfully. Suhas Uliyar, VP of Product Management for Digital Assistant AI, Mobile, and Integration at Oracle, discusses why security and scale are key to building AI products that will actually deli…
 
This is the second part of a two-part episode featuring Lauri Myllyvirta, an air pollution and climate expert from the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air. Lauri has over 10 years of experience as an air pollution and climate expert. He has led numerous research projects on air pollution, assessing air quality and health impacts of energy p…
 
This is the first part of a two-part episode featuring Lauri Myllyvirta, an air pollution and climate expert from the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air. Lauri has over 10 years of experience as an air pollution and climate expert. He has led numerous research projects on air pollution, assessing air quality and health impacts of energy po…
 
Our guest this week has a unique perspective on how technology priorities are changing in financial services as the pandemic unfolds: Sébastien de Brouwer, Chief Policy Officer at the European Banking Federation. We speak with him about how the financial services industry is struggling during the crisis, as well as which jobs will ultimately surviv…
 
At this time, many strategic initiatives are being put on pause. The initiatives that tend to still have momentum are related to either driving efficiencies or reducing risk. And when it comes to risk, few are greater than regulatory risk. This week, we interview Yinglian Xie, CEO and co-founer of DataVisor. Yinglian discusses how AI fits into the …
 
In this episode of the UTS:ACRI Podcast’s new series delivering analysis of COVID-19 and its impacts within the context of the Australia-China relationship, UTS:ACRI Director Professor James Laurenceson is joined by Professor Xie Tao, Dean of the School of International Relations and Diplomacy at Beijing Foreign Studies University and UTS:ACRI Adju…
 
During the pandemic, there has been more emphasis than ever on "low-hanging fruit" AI applications and use-cases. Fraud detection is one of these use-cases. There will be an uptick in financial crimes as happens during economic crises. This week, we speak with H.P. Bunaes, General Manager of Financial Services at Datarobot, which focuses on AutoML.…
 
The coronavirus is dominating the news, and we figured it was important to cover it as it relates to AI in financial services. This week, we discuss what chatbot adoption will like look during and after the pandemic. Our guest is Nat Cartwright with Finn AI. She speaks about viable use-cases for AI in customer service and where she thinks those pri…
 
In this episode of the UTS:ACRI Podcast’s new series delivering analysis of COVID-19 and its impacts within the context of the Australia-China relationship, UTS:ACRI Director Professor James Laurenceson is joined by Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Research Director at the Perth USAsia Centre and a specialist in the regional economic integration of the Indo-Paci…
 
China, like other major countries, is actively working on measures to stimulate the economy and recover from the coronavirus. The question is, how can China make its stimulus measures as green and beneficial for the economy as possible? In this episode, we cover what types of stimulus have been done in the past, what the principles should be for gr…
 
As the unprecedented public health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to permeate into both daily life and the broader currents of international affairs, it is clear that what began as an outbreak of a novel coronavirus in mainland China has mutated into a globalised ‘grey rhino’ event with significant second-order implications for the Austr…
 
One of my favorite presentations last year was one I gave at an event called PayThink in California. I came to learn that there are more events about payments than almost any other topic in financial services. This week, we interview the CEO of Deserve, Kalpesh Kapadia, about the future of payments. He discusses which aspects of how we pay for thin…
 
While a lot of people are excited about customer-facing applications in financial services, right now, the ROI of AI comes down to fraud detection and compliance use-cases. That's what this episode is about. We interview Hani Hagras, Chief Science Officer of Temenos. Hani speaks with us about the present and future of AI for compliance, including w…
 
When it comes to adopting AI applications, the team lessons are almost always better understood by the vendors than by the banks. This week, we speak with Sasha Caskey, CTO of Kasisto. He speaks with us about what he's learned from working with teams that get it right and teams that don't. He also provides a particularly interesting insight about t…
 
Our guest this week, Madhu, works at one of the top 10 Australian banks. He has a lot of experience applying AI in customer service. Madhu speaks about how to grow an AI team, when to hire data scientists, when to hire someone to lead those data scientists, and what kinds of talent needs to be there to help guide data scientists. If you're interest…
 
About this Episode This is the second of multiple episodes covering the recent rstudio::conf 2020! In this episode, Eric shares the backstory behind his Shiny Community e-poster and welcomes data scientist Garrick Aiden-Buie to discuss his spectacular JavaScript for Shiny Users course, the mind-blowing features of the package accompanying the cours…
 
Our focus this month on AI in Banking is on building a successful data science team. This week, we speak with Jan Veldsink, who heads up AI for compliance at Rabobank. He discusses how to educate cross-functional AI teams, answering questions about how to get subject-matter experts and data scientists on the same page and how to measure the success…
 
In this special mini-episode of Environment China, we again talk to Li Shuo of Greenpeace, following up on his earlier interview on the Biodiversity COP, as well as discussing how the recent crisis in China could affect the country's policies and efforts on the broader topics of biodiversity, wildlife protection, and climate change. Li Shuo referen…
 
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