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Jennifer F. Scanlon was named CEO and President of UL, the global safety science leader, effective October 1, 2019. Jenny was elected to the companys’s Board of Directors.
Scanlon, who began her career at IBM, was president, CEO and Director of USG Corporation, a 116-year-old American manufacturer of innovative building products. In 2018, she negotiated the $7 billion sale of USG to Knauf Gips KG, representing a 76 percent premium from when she was named CEO. The transaction closed April 24, 2019.
Scanlon serves on the boards of Norfolk Southern Corporation and the executive committee of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. She is a member of The Chicago Network, the Economic Club of Chicago and the Commercial Club of Chicago. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame with dual degrees in government and computer applications and an MBA in finance and marketing from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Uvalde CISD purchased social media monitoring service years before shooting
The monitoring service, called Social Sentinel, says it uses sophisticated artificial intelligence to scan over a billion posts a day for threats of violence. The service is used widely across the state, but it’s unclear whether it would have been effective in alerting Uvalde to the shooter’s posts.
It’s unclear whether the district still uses the service. Representatives from Uvalde CISD did not immediately respond to The Dallas Morning News’ questions about whether its Social Sentinel contract is active.
Uvalde purchased Social Sentinel in August 2019, according to GovSpend. A document from the 2019-2020 school year lists the service as one of the district’s “preventative security measures.”
The district made two payments to the company totaling more than $9,900, the data show.
Several Texas districts that have used Social Sentinel complained the service was mostly ineffective.
In an interview with The News in February, the CEO of Social Sentinel parent company Navigate360 defended the service.
Navigate360 Acquires Social Sentinel to Further Equip Education and Business Leaders with Tools to Keep Their Communities Safe
RICHFIELD, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Navigate360 has announced the acquisition of Social Sentinel, a linguistics technology company that scans and analyzes digital content to identify potential safety and security threats as well as mental health and social and emotional signals. By incorporating Social Sentinel into the Navigate360 umbrella, leaders in the education and business spheres now benefit from another powerful tool designed to help keep their students and employees safe.
originally posted by: Menesses
Edit: just saw X's link about your mention of loosh also being positive, which is the first I've heard of that.
Catherine and Gregg told The Gateway Pundit that they discovered that 7% of mail-in ballots were trafficked during the 2020 election. The investigators told us their evidence will be released following the movie launch next month.
Gregg Phillips: We have a few issues coming up that are more explosive than the (2000) Mules, that are more likely to divide this country even further. Catherine and I spend a lot of time every single day really not just praying through it, but thinking through, how do we actually do this? Because once these come out, there’s one in particular. It’s a multinational deal. It involves billions of dollars.
There is irrefutable evidence. We’ve been involved in a major counterintelligence operation that’s very mature in this country, involving federal agencies and us. And there’s been some betrayals along the way. There have been some issues along the way. But once we get to the point where this is ready to go, it’s going to make everybody forget everything about the mules, and it’s going to bring into question everything we think we know about these elections. Everything. I can say that with 100% certainty.
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: FlyingFox
I wonder if that wasn't a planned derailment. Also that much fertilizer dumped in that small area is going to kill off all that grass. I wonder what is going to happen to it after they have to clean it all up?
originally posted by: XtheMadnessNow
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originally posted by: FlyingFox
Wilma Pearl Mankiller (Cherokee: ᎠᏥᎳᏍᎩ ᎠᏍᎦᏯᏗᎯ, romanized: Atsilasgi Asgayadihi; November 18, 1945 – April 6, 2010) was a Native American (Cherokee Nation) activist, social worker, community developer and the first woman elected to serve as Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, she lived on her family's allotment in Adair County, Oklahoma, until the age of 11, when her family relocated to San Francisco as part of a federal government program to urbanize Native Americans. After high school, she married a well-to-do Ecuadorian and raised two daughters. Inspired by the social and political movements of the 1960s, Mankiller became involved in the Occupation of Alcatraz and later participated in the land and compensation struggles with the Pit River Tribe. For five years in the early 1970s, she was employed as a social worker, focusing mainly on children's issues.
originally posted by: cimmerius
originally posted by: XtheMadnessNow
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About that software to identify potential mass killers from social media…
Was it a success or a failure?
If its purpose was to prevent the shootings, it apparently failed miserably. Almost unbelievably badly, considering Ramos practically advertised his intentions.
“Social media messages that have reportedly surfaced on the platform Yubo following a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, show the suspected killer made threats toward other users and was casually referred to as the "Yubo school shooter" before the shooting.”
“The 17-year-old also said that Ramos would "just harass people... and would threaten rape and kidnapping and murder,”
“ Ramos may have also taken pride in the "school shooter" nickname as he did not correct people for using it, the user said.”
“ The unidentified juvenile also suggested the text messages and subsequent interactions on the platform were red flags that could have prevented Tuesday's shooting.”
On the other hand, if the secondary purpose of the AI software was to identify unstable individuals so that they could be selectively programmed into becoming actual killers in staged events, then it might have succeeded quite well.
Dual use. Like "gain of function"-- learning how to create bio-weapons while researching how to defend bio-weapons.
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: duncanhidao
2000 mules was crap.
It doesn't matter how many votes were trafficked because the laws in most states don't nullify those votes anyway.