November 8, 2019 – HUT Consulting Discusses FinTech and Blockchain for the Lawyers
HUT Consulting was invited to speak on a panel at the “Fintech 2019: A Regulatory Overview of Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, Digital Coins & Tokens” event at the New York City Bar. The panel topic was Ethics of Bitcoin and ICOs Enforcement.
HUT Consulting Discusses AI at the Annual Small Law Firm Symposium
HUT Consulting was invited to discuss on the topic of artificial intelligence s at the Annual Small Law Firm Symposium at the New York City Bar. The symposium is organized to offer invaluable guidance in growing and managing the practice and the panel focused on the current issues, how advances in technology and machine learning will affect law firms and what the risks are for the practice.
HUT Consulting Presents at Digital Assets Symposium at Rise
HUT Consulting was invited to present on the topic of digital assets at the symposium held at Rise in New York. Extract from the event description: “Usage of the term ‘Digital assets’ is proliferating…entities ranging from tokenized…to secured hardware data storage to stock photos, videos and other presentation assets accessible in digital form. There is an as-yet-unrealized opportunity for creators and consumers of Digital Assets to deepen their understanding and improve their own particular processing of these entities by learning from practitioners across the spectrum of Digital Assets”.
The Top 3 Most Powerful Technologies Driving Economic Growth in the 4th Industrial Revolution, Part II—The True Power of Using Combinations of Multiple Technologies
In Part I, we described how in the fourth industrial revolution — driven in part by the mainstream adoption of the smartphone — there has been explosive proliferation of massive datasets or “Big Data”. We described what’s behind the top three most powerful enablers: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and Blockchain. These technologies leverage and capitalize on Big Data.
In Part II, the concept of “employing a combination of AI and Blockchain [which] can be a truly powerful way of enabling the amplification of the economic benefits” is introduced. We conclude, “At this stage, with what we know today, we’d put a stake in the ground that the fourth industrial revolution will follow the trend and become a faster and greater economic expansion than the previous ones. This economic reality could be just around the corner.” Read more here.
This article is part of Tokyo FinTech publication series.
HUT Consulting Speaks on Cybersecurity at PMI Conference in Tampa, Florida
HUT Consulting was invited to present on the topic of cybersecurity at the annual symposium of the Project Management Institute in Tampa Bay, Florida. Themed, “Delivering the Future in Project Management,” the conference was filled with digital transformation minded people who were also celebrating the 50th year anniversary of the PMI.
The Top 3 Most Powerful Technologies Driving Economic Growth in the 4th Industrial Revolution, Part I
HUT Consulting published an article with Part I about the top 3 most powerful technologies driving economic growth in the fourth industrial revolution.
In today’s fourth industrial revolution, driven in part by the mainstream adoption of the smartphone, there has been explosive proliferation of massive datasets or “Big Data”. In actuality, there are more than a handful of emerging technologies enabling the fourth revolution, all of which have advanced very quickly in only a few years. In the article, we describe the top three most powerful enablers: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and Blockchain. Interestingly, these leverage and capitalize on Big Data. Read more here.
This article is part of Tokyo FinTech publication series.
“Evolution: Substance, Transparency & Opportunity”
Harumi Urata-Thompson, CEO and Founder of HUT Consulting, is one of a distinguished roster of executive speakers with special invitation to present alongside government leaders and dignitaries at the 14th Annual Nassau Conference to be held at the Baha Mar Convention Centre on September 11, 2019 in Nassau, The Bahamas.
Notable presenters include: The Hon. K. Peter Turnquest, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance of The Bahamas and The Hon. Elsworth Johnson, MP, Minister of Financial Services, Trade & Industry, and Immigration of The Bahamas. The Securities Commission of The Bahamas and many other distinguished guests will also be presenting.
Lessons in Breaking Barriers, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Diversity & Inclusion, NYC
HUT Consulting was hired to present on Diversity and Inclusion to the employees of SMBC (Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation) in their first event of the year and hosted by the company’s oldest employee resource group, Women’s Inclusion Network. It was very well attended from 5 different New York offices with more men than women in the audience. The event was opened with welcome remarks by the CEO and many stayed afterwards to network and ask questions.
Where Space, Big Data, and Healthcare Converge, a celestialdata and Sullivan Law event in New York City
Wearing two hats, HUT Consulting CEO and Co-Founder of celestialdata, Harumi Urata-Thompson moderated a lively panel addressing the convergence of the Space economy, Big Data, and Healthcare IT services. Harumi balanced the Q&A by tying together myriad threads of discussion around block chain, big data and artificial intelligence, healthcare and big data analytics.
Panel experts in their fields, Sullivan Law’s Chair of Fintech and Blockchain, Joel Telpner sat with Chief Scientist, Symanto & Columbia University’s Adjunct Professor Yassine Benajiba, and Kelly H. Zou, VP, Head of Medical Analytics and Insights, Upjohn, Pfizer. Alongside them, Lucas Fonseca, Co-Founder and Chief Space Officer of celestialdata, spoke to the trends in the Space economy and how big data from outer space can be brought down to help life sciences leapfrog to improve human health on earth.
National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) New York event, Solo’s Data Security CLE
HUT Consulting was requested to present cybersecurity topics to small and solo office lawyers on how to cyber-secure their practice, as part of their Continuing Legal Education (CLE) requirements, and also to teach them best practices for this emerging discipline.