Oct 26, 2020
Fifty-Five’s Hugo Loriot On Why Advertisers Need To Speak Up As The Cookie Crumbles
37 min

Hugo Loriot, a partner at You & Mr Jones-owned data agency fifty-five, weighs in on the unfortunate lack of participation from the buy side in the cookie debates, the growing role of clean rooms and why Ads Data Hub probably doesn’t pose an antitrust concern for Google.

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
Guy Kawasaki
Tim Kendall: Former Facebook Exec, Former President of Pinterest, and Former Wrestler
This episode’s guest is Tim Kendall. In my humble opinion, Tim’s greatest claim to fame is probably that he was an intern who worked for me. That said, since then, Tim has held somewhat important positions at other companies you may have heard of such as Facebook and Pinterest. And he was much more than an intern at both. He is the person who created Facebook’s monetization strategy as the director of monetization. This was way before the current monetization strategy of enabling foreign governments to influence American elections. He was head of product and then president of Pinterest where he made the company “focus.” Lately, he has appeared in the film The Social Dilemma--which you should watch on Netflix if you are concerned about the future of the world, your kids included. He is currently the president of Moment, a company that fosters physical, emotional, and social health by improving people’s relationships with their phones. He is one of the most qualified people in the world to analyze addiction to social media. He has an undergraduate and MBA degree from Stanford. As an undergraduate, he was on the wrestling team. For those of you that don’t know much about collegiate wrestling, let’s just say that it attracts people who are extremely gritty, intelligent, and dedicated. In this sport, there are few externalities or outside factors to blame. It’s you versus your opponent on a mat. And wrestlers know that there’s no lucrative MLB, NFL, NBA contract at the end of the contract but nevertheless they persist. In other words, wrestlers are the kind of people you’d want on your side. This episode is brought to you by reMarkable, the paper tablet. It's my favorite way to take notes, sign contracts, and save all the instruction manuals to all the gadgets I buy. Learn more at I hope you enjoyed this podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes It takes less than sixty seconds, and it really makes a difference in swaying new listeners and upcoming guests. I might read your review on my next episode! Sign up for Guy's weekly email at Connect with Guy on social media: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: LinkedIn: Read Guy’s books: Thank you for listening and sharing this episode with your community.
1 hr 1 min
Future Positive
Future Positive
XPRIZE Foundation
How to Develop Accountable AI Solutions
Welcome back to another edition of Future Positive, a podcast from XPRIZE. We convene the world’s brightest minds, across a kaleidoscope of cultures and points of view, revealing their inspirations, and how and why they will change the world. Since the foundation of the AI for Good movement, there have been many great examples of how AI can help solve the world’s problems to address the UN’s Sustainability Development Goals. But, AI technology is being developed in such a manner that its governance is at stake, and the signatories of the SDGs have pledged to Leave No One Behind -- Raising many questions around accountability. How do we develop accountable AI solutions? Does regulation stifle innovation? How can we ensure exponential technology is also ethical?  This episode, featuring robot ethicist Aimee van Wynsberghe and Council of Europe’s Director of Information Society Jan Kleijssen, will explore data ethics as a resource to understand risk and how to establish a legal framework for AI. Aimee van Wynsberghe has been working in ICT and robotics since 2004. She began her career as part of a research team investigating the network variables related to surgical robots in Canada at the CSTAR (Canadian Surgical Technologies and Advance Robotics) Institute. She is Assistant Professor in Ethics and Technology and the TU Delft. She is co-founder and co-director of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics and on the board of the Institute for Accountability in a digital age and the Dutch National Alliance on AI (ALLAI). She serves as a member of the European Commission high level expert group on AI. Aimee has been named one of the Netherlands top 400 influential women under 38 by VIVA, was named one of the 25 ‘women in robotics you need to know about’, and is the 2018 winner of the L'oreal/UNESCO 'Women in Science'. She is author of the book Healthcare Robots: Ethics, Design, and Implementation and has been awarded an NWO personal research grant to study how we can responsibly design service robots. She has been interviewed by BBC, Quartz, Financial Times, and other International news media on the topic of ethics and robots, and is invited to speak at International conferences and summits. Jan Kleijssen was born in 1958 in Almelo, The Netherlands. He studied International Law at Utrecht State University (LLM in 1981) and International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa (MA 1982). He then did his military service as a Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Netherlands Navy. Jan joined the Council of Europe in 1983 as a Lawyer with the European Commission of Human Rights. In 1987, he was appointed to the Secretariat of the Parliamentary Assembly and was Secretary to the Political Affairs Committee from 1990 to 1999. Jan then served as the Director of the Secretary General's Private Office until 2004 and subsequently as Director in the Parliamentary Assembly and Special Advisor to the President. In 2006, he moved to the Directorate General of Human Rights and was Director of Standard-setting until 2011 when he was appointed to his current function of Director of Information Society - Action against Crime, Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law. See for privacy and opt-out information.
36 min
Business of HYPE
Business of HYPE
Olivier Rousteing
For our season 8 finale, we bring back our "Stay @ Home" series with French fashion designer and creative director of Balmain, Olivier Rousteing. In 2011, at the age of 25, he took over the luxury fashion house and for nearly a decade held this title. The brand has gone under what many would call a Renaissance, as the haute couture brand has smoothly moved into the digital age while still adhering to its iconic roots. Nowadays there is no area in modern day fashion & pop culture that the brand hasn't touched. From it's numerous collabs with brands to working with A-list celebrities from Kim and Kanye to Beyonce & Jay-Z, Olivier Rousteing has pushed the agenda of the Balmain.  In this episode, Olivier reflects on his decade at Balmain and the new perspectives he's gained during COVID-19.  He tells us why he is "less scared of tomorrow" and how he believes this time right now is a "revolution that will bring a better future." Thank you so much for tuning into the Business of HYPE. As always, thank you for tuning into HYPEBEAST Radio and Business of HYPE. Please don't forget to rate, comment and subscribe to our other shows. This episode was recorded prior to COVID-19 with the interludes recorded during. We hope you guys stay safe, wash your hands, practice social distancing and find ways to still stay inspired during this time. For more info: --- Support this podcast:
59 min
Group Chat
Group Chat
Chris "Drama" Pfaff, Dee Murthy & Anand Murthy
Keeping Up with the Dow Joneses | Group Chat News
Today we're discussing the CDC's statement about shortening COVID quarantines, the potential side effects of the vaccine, Sweden's failed herd immunity strategy, Texas's preparations for administering a vaccine within the next three weeks, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting 30,000, Elon Musk's ranking as the 2nd richest person in the world, Frank's RedHot's $800 million purchase of Cholula, Trump's beginning of the transition process for Biden, Grammy nominations, Netflix's most popular limited series ever: Queen's Gambit, the spike in chess sales, Dave Chappelle's request to remove his show from Netflix, As Seen on Social, and more. It's national epilepsy awareness month! Give what you can at Join the Menlo Club's subscription service for only $29 this month using code: DEEGC The fully sustainable luxury brand ALES GREY is giving away a pair of shoes to their followers on Instagram. For an added bonus online, use code: GroupChat Grand Running Club is selling TWO of their Everyday Pants for only $80! For an added bonus, use the code: GroupChat New Republic's end of the year sneaker sale is going on now! Melrose Place is doing a 50% off promotion on hoodies! For masks and hand sanitizer from Clean Monster use the code: GroupChat Check out the Black Friday sales going on at Young and Reckless! For an added bonus, use the code: GroupChat Coddies's signature Fish Flops are for sale at Check out Club Fantasy and use the code GroupChat for an added bonus! Jabrony's t-shirts are 40% off with promo code: Early Access Connect with Group Chat! * Watch The Pod * #1 Newsletter In The World * For The Gram * Tweet With Us * Exclusive Facebook Content
1 hr 34 min
The Reader's Journey
The Reader's Journey
Alex & Books
14. Nir Eyal: How To Become Indistractable & Control Your Attention
My guest today is Nir Eyal, the author of Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life. Nir Eyal is a bestselling author, former Stanford lecturer, and behavioral design expert. In Indistractable, Nir explains the hidden psychology behind distractions and shares practical advice on how to get the best out of technology without letting it get the best of us. In our conversation, Nir talks about what really drives human behavior,  what to do when you get distracted, how to prevent distractions such as email and smartphones, how to raise kids to use technology properly, and much more.   *TIMESTAMPS:* * [00:43] - What it means to be Indistractable   * [03:17] - Why discomfort is the root cause of our distraction * [05:33] - The opposite of distraction is traction * [10:14] - Why you shouldn't shame or blame yourself when you get distracted * [15:17] - The role of willpower and mindset in minimizing distractions * [17:46] - How knowing your values & planning ahead helps avoid distractions * [22:51] - Greg McKeown & Essentialism * [24:11] - How to hack back emails * [31:17] - How to hack back your smartphone * [36:22] - How to make your kids Indistractable * [41:50] - Kids & social media * [43:48] - Two books that had a big impact on Nir Eyal[ Learn more about the author: * Twitter: @nireyal * Website: *** If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe & write a positive review. Every week, I send out a free weekly newsletter with actionable advice from amazing books. Join 3,000+ readers here. *Connect with Alex & Books:* * Twitter: @alexandbooks_ * Instagram: @alexandbooks_ * YouTube: Alex and Books
48 min
Millionaire Secrets
Millionaire Secrets
Jeff Lerner
JENNY PETERSON | Stay At Home Mom Tripled Her Income Organically on Facebook | Millionaire Secrets #89
Today’s guest on the Millionaire Secrets podcast is a friend, inspiration, and living PROOF that anyone can create a profitable online business. Jenny Peterson is a stay at home mom of 3 who has built a lucrative business by growing a large online audience - TOTALLY organically. Everyone knows that, in theory, you can make a lot of money without having to invest a lot of money online. It’s the holy grail, right? But the thing is, most people don’t believe it’s actually possible for them. Well, today, I’m super excited to have Jenny here to prove that anyone can create a profitable online business. 6 years ago, she started an online business with a network marketing company. Within 15 months, she hit the top of that company and went on to add influencer and affiliate marketing to her business. When she started 6 years ago - Jenny had nothing. She had zero followers; she didn’t know what she was doing. But in those 6 years, she’s organically built an audience of over 150 thousand followers on Facebook. She’s just started growing her Instagram account and already has more than 41 thousand followers. And back before she was running a hugely profitable online business, Jenny would have told you she’s “not a salesperson.” But this year alone, she has sold over $2 Million in product for the companies that she affiliates for. As she points out in the video, we’re all programmed to sell. We do it every single day; we’re either selling or being sold to. Sales is really just sharing the things you love with the people you love. Today, Jenny is here to show you how to REALLY make it work online: Check Out More of Jenny’s Content Here 👇 💻   💡   🎙️ Social Media Influencer Podcast 👉   ℹ️ LinkedIn 👉   📺 YT 👉   🖥️ FB 👉   🖥️ FB 👉   📲 IG 👉
1 hr 6 min
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