Leaders are always looking for ways to gain a competitive edge over their competitors.
Some leaders choose to follow in the footsteps of the theoretical philosophies that successful leaders have put into motion. These theoretical philosophies, as many leaders have learned, can be hit-or-miss. Learn why following the practical philosophy of stoicism can help IT leaders frame their minds in a positive direction, thereby improving decision-making and reasoning skills quickly.
In this podcast, I’m joined by the expert on stoicism, Dr. Massimo Pigliucci, to learn how we can all build a practical roadmap to a happy life. Dr. Pigliucci is a Professor of Philosophy at City College of New York.
He holds a Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Connecticut and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee. He is also the author and editor of 13 books, including his latest book, “A Field Guide to a Happy Life: 53 Brief Lessons for Living.”
I spoke with Dr. Pigliucci on my podcast several years ago about Ethics and AI, the types of Ethical Philosophies, the difficulty of programming ethics, and Stoicism. This time, I’m diving headfirst into discussing the practical philosophy of stoicism, a field where Dr. Pigliucci is an expert.
On this episode, we dive headfirst into how digital companies can maximize their network value and data value to supplement traditional product value.
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I’m speaking with author and professor at Harvard Business School (HBS), Marco Iansiti. Marco is an expert at developing firm-level strategies using AI and other disruptive technologies while being a top advisor for top tech firms such as Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Intel, and more.
In this podcast, Marco discussed the finer points of Competing in the Age of AI.
Digital companies can maximize their network value and data value to supplement their traditional product value. (4:00 -7:05)
CIOs can manage the future of work across an AI-centric ecosystem without being replaced by AI. (16:25 -18:45)
Using a top-down, thoughtful leadership structure allows CIOs to deploy AI and transform their security architecture. (31:25 -35:20)
Marco Iansiti, Author and Professor at Harvard Business School (HBS)
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On this episode, you will gain valuable insight into the future cyber ecosystem and what the potential existence of AGI (Super Intelligent AI) could affect how we work in the future.
I’m speaking with Professional Speaker, Author of Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security, and current Associate Professor at the University of Louisville, Dr. Roman Yampolskiy. Dr. Yampolskiy is known globally for his work on behavioral biometrics, security of cyberworlds, and artificial intelligence safety.
Dr. Yampolskiy’s knack for seeing the real-world, practical opportunities that AI and Superintelligence can provide the modern world is captivating to hear.
Hear what Dr. Yampolskiy has to say about the possible convergence of AI towards AGI on the physical world within your lifetime, whether putting AI safety guardrails around superintelligence is advisable, and which industries will be completely changed by AI in the not-so-distant future.
Dr. Roman Yampolskiy, Associate Professor at the University of Louisville
Episode Resources And Show Notes: http://www.redzonetech.net/blog/how-do-we-control-ai-that-is-smarter-than-us-with-dr-roman-yampolskiy
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Listen as Beth and I discuss the key points to thriving after the rewarding experience of higher education and how you can start thinking about human talent differently to help your career and company become more productive and successful in the future.
I’m speaking with SVP & Global CIO of Sirius Group, Beth Boucher today. Beth Boucher is the SVP & Global CIO of Sirius Group, part of the NY CIO Governing Body Leadership Team, and a recent Global category winner at the 2020 New York ORBIE Awards. She funded her own education by painting houses, cleaning banks, working restaurants and even working with submarines.
Beth Boucher, SVP & Global CIO of Sirius Group
Show notes and resources for today's episode: https://www.redzonetech.net/blog/successfully-integrate-intentional-learning-in-your-busy-day-with-beth-boucher
IT Security: https://www.redzonetech.net
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On this episode, we dive headfirst into the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Threat and Safeguard Matrix [TaSM].
I’m speaking with the current CISO at Caterpillar Financial, Ross Young, about the OWASP “Tasmanian Devil” Threat and Safeguard Matrix [TaSM] that he created. Ross has worn many hats during his career, spending 10+ years in the CIA, holding security roles at The Federal Reserve and NSA, and stepping into the role of being a Divisional CISO at Capital One.
Listen as Ross and I discuss the OWASP TaSM (like the Tasmanian Devil) and how it can be of great importance to CIOs and CISOs who are looking to focus on the biggest threats and risks to their company. Learn how integrating TaSM into your defense plan can help your organization quickly respond to malware and ransomware and deploy a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) test to restore your backups and gain resiliency from cyber threats in the future.
Ross Young, CISO at Caterpillar Financial
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