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The Future of Income, Careers, and Human Potential with Futurist Alex Whittington

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In this episode, our guest is Futurist Alex Whittington.  Alex and I take a deep dive into the future of work, income and human potential.  We talk about the impact of automation on the future of work.  We discuss the job of a futurist, and whether the role should be that of an objective observer or an activist.  Join us as we explore each of these subjects and much more. ************************************************************************ Kevin Benedict Partner | Futurist at TCS View my profile on LinkedIn Follow me on Twitter @krbenedict Join the Linkedin Group Digital Intelligence ***Full Disclosure: These are my personal opinions. No company is silly enough to claim them. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.

The Future of Cybersecurity and Risk in Healthcare

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In this episode, we take a deep dive into the pandemic impact on cybersecurity and risk with experts Manan Kakkar from Providence, and Bob Scalise from TCS.  We explore the rapidly evolving threat landscapes and attack vectors in healthcare, and defending against nation-sponsored attacks and organized crime.  We discuss all of these and more with a special emphasis on healthcare and the future of cybersecurity. ************************************************************************ Kevin Benedict Partner | Futurist at TCS View my profile on LinkedIn Follow me on Twitter @krbenedict Join the Linkedin Group Digital Intelligence ***Full Disclosure: These are my personal opinions. No company is silly enough to claim them. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.

The Future of the Logistics' Last-Mile with Expert Guy Bloch

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In this episode, we talk with logistics expert and Bringg CEO, Guy Bloch.  Guy walks us through the pandemic impact on supply chains, retailers and logistics systems.  We learn that during the pandemic supply chains and logistics systems were challenged globally as never before.  As we all know, during the pandemic large numbers of people were isolated at home and online commerce exploded in popularity as did at-home deliveries of all kinds.  Retailers, restaurants and distributors scrambled to organize more efficient ways to get products delivered.  Many of the new consumer behaviors that emerged during the pandemic are now becoming permanent, and businesses are rethinking, redesigning and re-prioritizing their logistics to address these changes. Listen in as we review the pandemic impact on logistics, and how these changes and emerging technologies like self-driving vehicles, robots and drones will likely shape the future of logistics' ecosystems. ******************