AI-Powered Predictive Analytics‘ Impact on Claims with Stan Smith of Gradient AI
Conversations on the Creek
Tapping into artificial intelligence and machine learning to derive predictive analytics is paramount to the success of modern insurers. In this partner podcast episode of Conversations on the Creek, Rob Savitsky and Zach May from Duck Creek chat with Stan Smith of Gradient AI about insurance data sources that AI-powered predictive analytics are trained on, the key uses in claims they are being used to solve, and the impact they are having on the role of the claims adjuster.
Longest Battle Arts Light Heavyweight Champ, Getting Back on the Grind & Wrestling at a Kid's Party | "Sexy" Stan Smith
Putting You Over
Joining us for a few to talk about Battle Arts Academy, Canadian Wrestling, being the longest reigning Battle Arts Light Heavyweight Champion is Sexy Stan Smith. https://twitter.com/smittygunn https://www.instagram.com/tripleswrestles/ Music by: in6chunx: https://www.twitch.tv/in6chunx https://soundcloud.com/in6chunx If you like Putting You Over and want to catch it LIVE, please check me out at: https://www.twitch.tv/PuttingYouOver Join the Putting You Over Discord at https://www.discord.io/puttingyouover You can also catch us at https://www.twitter.com/PuttingUOver You can also catch my writings at https://www.wrestlingnewsworld.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Tonight the Haz joins Lyle and James to visit about catfishing! Be sure to tune in at 7 Central, 8 eastern on our YouTube Channel, www.youtube.com/catfishweekly for all the action, and don't forget to like, share and subscribe!!! Hey everyone, if you want to help out the Catfish Weekly channel, here is our PayPal link Donations appreciated paypal.me/catfishweekly Contact us at email@example.com Lyle and Cindy’s tackle Blackhorse Rods Pro Drift Bumping rods 7’6” Blackhorse Rods channel cat edition rods, 7’6” 12-25 line class, graphite 1-4 ounce weight, medium heavy action, medium power, Blackhorse Rods drifting/dragging rods, 7’6” 40/60 line class graphite, 2-6 ounce weight, medium heavy action, heavy power Blackhorse drifting/dragging rods, 7’6” & 8” 30/60 line class Eglass heavy action, Xheavy power Reels Abu Garcia 6500 LC Abu Garcia 6500 C3 Hooks Eagle Claw L197 8/0 circle hook Eagle Claw 2022 10/0 circle hook Gamma 9/0 and 10/0 Big River J hook Line Suffix 832 braid 80# Leaders 60# Slime Line--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lyle-stokes/support
This is the sixth episode in a six-part series of discussions with Beef Industry specialists at OSU and in Ohio. In this episode we interview Stan Smith, of OSU Extension Fairfield County and editor of the Ohio Beef Cattle Letter. Stan shares his perspective on changes and developments in Extension and Ohio beef production over the past 25 years. Ohio BEEF Cattle Letter
Perception: It’s all in how you see — the angle, the lens, the depth. This week, we continue our conversation on family, immigration, vulnerability and beauty with Stan Smith, adjunct professor of social work at USC.You have to wait until the 37 minute mark to get there, but this is where we end up:“I think it's true. Family is beautiful. Not Just the family that I think I deserve to have, or my kid deserves to have, or the family you deserve to have, or the one sitting across the pew from me at St.Charles or whatever church body that I claim affiliation with, not just the ones that are part of the same school or part of the same culture. Family is beautiful simply because of what family is. Period. Family is beautiful across our. Institutional lines and across our affiliations of culture to a central more deeper place that I think that has meaning with our species.”It’s worth it, though. I have been learning all along, but recently set aside still more time to learn sound editing — I think you will agree that it paid off. We speak about keeping families together, the work many people are doing to keep kids safe, the reason that our own vulnerability or lack of vulnerability keeps us from making positive changes, and so much more.It’s all in our perception.Notes:Stan Smith — Contact email for Stan.Hull House — Jane Addams, the “patron saint” of social work.Onward. With deeper perception:The Underbelly Project: A weekly workout for your emotional strength and flexibility. If you’re not afraid to get dusty and maybe laugh a bit together, join me and let’s get emotionally strong. If you enjoyed this conversation, a small ask: Share with anyone you know who might like what we’re doing over here. Excited to stay in the arena with you. Subscribe at underbelly.substack.com
Persist! It’s those little efforts we make that, over time, move mountains. Today I get to share the first part of a two part conversation with Stan Smith, social worker and adjunct professor of social work at USC (University of Southern California).So, awhile back, I asked Stan about children as possibly the most vulnerable members of our society.He responded with: “We are the vulnerable ones who are afraid of that vulnerability.” I start this episode off with that exchange, and we go from there. It’s obvious that Stan has taught for a decade because it didn’t seem to matter what question I threw at him, he answered with a depth and grace that I am really honoured to share.This episode is divided into two parts. Today, we mainly tackle what we as a society should provide families and children so that they can thrive. What should that framework look like?At around the three minute mark, Stan notes that what we might value is not necessarily what we make rules and regulations around because the stuff we value isn’t necessarily stuff that can be commodified. Unlikely adoptions are shared, where families end up with more children than were planned for, and what a positive outcome that can be.How having enough abundance, enough affluence, makes it sometimes more difficult to see the cracks in society.At around the 19 minute mark: “Think about it, right? Because that is in essence what a civil society is trying to do, right. Is create a commons for which children have certain basic needs met.”At around 28 minutes, I ask, “what if we just flip that script and when we see somebody suffering and it could be a welfare region suffering — instead of wanting to punish them, we ask them what they need and we give it to them.”We end with: “If somebody points a finger and says, this woman went into a job interview and she committed abuse while doing it, that's one perspective. Another perspective was she didn't have enough resources.”Another perspective…Next week, we continue this wild and precious conversation. Thanks for listening!Notes:Dare mo Shira Nai — Nobody Knows — I mention this movie in the introduction to this episode. It’s a 2004 movie set in Tokyo. Four kids are living alone in an apartment as they try to figure out how to survive.Onward. We persist.The Underbelly Project: A weekly workout for your emotional strength and flexibility. If you’re not afraid to get dusty and maybe laugh a bit together, join me and let’s get emotionally strong. If you enjoyed this conversation, a small ask: Share with anyone you know who might like what we’re doing over here. Excited to stay in the arena with you. Subscribe at underbelly.substack.com
It's been known as the Masters, the ATP World Tour Championships, the ATP World Tour Finals and now the Nitto ATP Finals, but while the title may have changed over the years, one thing that's remained constant is that it's provided the stage for the very best players in the world to battle each other for the ultimate in bragging rights and on the eve of the final staging of the event in London, in it's 50th Anniversary year, Chris Bowers spoke with the man who won the very first year-end title, American Stan Smith.
Episode 203: Tennis Legend Stan Smith on the Shoe, the Game, and the 2021 Slate for the Hall of Fame
Inside the ICE House
Stan Smith, legendary member, and now president, of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, joined the podcast to talk about his storied career, the current state of tennis and, of course, the iconic shoes that bear his name. Our conversation spanned safety on the court during the coronavirus pandemic and a preview of the candidates whose careers have earned them a spot on the 2021 ballot, which allows fans to vote for who they want to see be inducted into the Hall of Fame by going to vote.tennisfame.com.
You’re in for a treat with today’s show. Today, you get to hear the first episode of Antiracism in Action, the new podcast by my good friend, Stan Smith. Plus, if you missed my interview with Stan in episode 41, I’m sharing an excerpt of that conversation where you’ll hear why Stan feels so strongly about educating and equipping White allies to take action against racism. EPISODE SHOW NOTES:https://makeitbrave.com/57 MAKE IT BRAVE PRODUCTS:https://makeitbrave.com/shop/ JOIN MAKE IT BRAVE FB COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/makeitbrave/ MAKE IT BRAVE INSTAGRAM:https://www.instagram.com/makeitbrave/