Metabolic constraints on burst-swimming in the Antarctic teleost Notothenia neglecta

first_imgImmediate-energy-supply pathways were analysed during burst-swimming in white muscle of the Antarctic fish Notothenia neglecta, (collected during Austral summer 1984 near Signy Island, South Orkneys). Selected enzyme activities were determined, and tissue metabolites were measured, before and after 3 min of burst-work. The activity of glycolytic enzymes is very low compared to that in other fish, while the activities of creatine phosphokinase, adenylate kinase and AMPdeaminase are relatively high. Concentrations of metabolites associated with cellular energy status declined with exercise. At the same time, there was no change in the concentrations of most of the glycolytic metabolites measured (including glycogen, glucose and lactate), while [creatine phosphate] declined and [inosine monophosphate] increased. These observations were used to propose that the potential for ATP generation via creatine-phosphate hydrolysis is enhanced in N. neglecta, while glycolytic capacity is relatively reduced. This is an unusual pattern of ATP production and places severe constraints upon the behavior of the fish. While the capacity for very short-term, high-power-output swimming is increased, the capacity for medium-duration swimming is reduced. Ecological repercussions are discussed.last_img read more

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FLEX VETERINARY TECHNICIAN: ER/CCU

first_imgAppointment Type, Duration: The University of Wisconsin-Madison is engaged in a Title and TotalCompensation (TTC) Project to redesign job titles and compensationstructures. As a result of the TTC project, official job titles oncurrent job postings may change in Fall 2020. Job duties andresponsibilities will remain the same. For more information pleasevisit: https://hr.wisc.edu/title-and-total-compensation-study/.Employment will require a criminal background check. It will alsorequire you and your references to answer questions regardingsexual violence and sexual harassment.The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identitiesof applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except thatthe identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis.Stat. sec. 19.36(7).The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . Job no: 227316-USWork type: Staff-Full TimeDepartment: VET M/CCU-ANESTH-ER/CCULocation: MadisonCategories: Animal Care, Veterinary Medicine Melinda [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Employment Class: Institutional Statement on Diversity: Degree and Area of Specialization: Flexible hours depending on the needs of the department. Mayinclude day or night shifts and may include a limited number ofon-call hours. Work schedule is made 2 weeks in advance.Flexible premium pay of $2.00 per hour based on qualifications andpast experience. Shift differential is an additional $2.00 perhour. No Degree Required Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Position Summary: License or Certificate: Ongoing/Renewable The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://employeedisabilities.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ Instructions to Applicants: Begin the online application process by clicking the ” button.Applicants are asked to upload a cover letter outlining yourexperience as related to the position, current resume, as well as alist of professional references. This position is being posted atVet Tech levels 1, 2 and 3. Level and pay are commensurate withexperience. List of Duties Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation forUW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respectthe profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience,status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. Wecommit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching,research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linkedgoals.The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission bycreating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from everybackground – people who as students, faculty, and staff serveWisconsin and the world.For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, pleasevisit: Diversity andInclusion Job Number:center_img Department(s): University Staff-Ongoing Highly qualified candidates will have the following: a minimum of 2years’ experience working as a critical care/ emergency technician;excellent technical skills, communication skills, including theability to triage phone calls, perform patient intake, performtreatments, understanding of critical cases to assist the doctors.Ability to multitask and prioritize while assisting/teaching 4thyear students. Ability to function calmly in stressful situationsand to work cooperatively with other people. Certification as Wisconsin Veterinary Technician or Eligibility toObtain within 12 months Requires the ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. independently andphysical and manual dexterity to perform specialized technicaltasks.This position is posted at Vet Tech levels 1, 2 and 3. Level isdetermined by qualifications based on type of prior veterinary techexperience.To qualify for Level 1: Entry level, new CVT grad or awaiting tosit for the CVT exam, or some CVT working experience with nospecialization.To qualify for Level 2: Generally over 2-3 years of veterinary techexperience, may substitute years of experience forspecialization.To qualify for Level 3: Veterinary Tech Specialist (VTS), or highlyqualified and specialized in a specific area, may have priorexperience from another university hospital. Official Title: This position requires extensive technical knowledge and skill,independence of action, and cooperative team effort to meet theoperational/ instructional needs of the Critical Care Unit andEmergency Services of UW Veterinary Care (UWVC) hospital. Positionresponsibilities require the individual to demonstrate initiativeand the ability to make independent discretionary judgments thatcan affect the quality/outcome of animal life. Requires the abilityto lift a minimum of 50lbs. independently and physical and manualdexterity to perform specialized technical tasks. Responsibilitiesmay include, but are not limited to:1) Oversees and assures that high quality nursing care isadministered and maintained in the primary care of animalpatients.2) Participates in instruction of veterinary students and trainingof veterinary technicians.3) Monitors veterinary student participation in daily receivingschedules, initiates changes and lends assistance whenneeded.4) Assists supervisor in problem solving activities andadministrative tasks.5) Participates and understands the importance of working as a teammember within the hospital structure (i.e. communication withsupervisors and faculty for enhancing productivity and qualitypatient care).6) Demonstrates good interpersonal skills and the ability toeffectively communicate proposed ideas and solutions. Contact: Position Duties: Work Schedule: Additional Information: A878150-SCHOOL OF VET MEDICINE/CCU-ANESTH-ER/CCU Minimum $16.00 Maximum $23.00 HOURLYDepending on Qualifications VETERINARY TECH 1(35301) or VETERINARY TECH 2(35302) or VETERINARYTECH 3(35303) Salary: 227316-US Applications Open: Oct 22 2020 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: May 13 2021 11:55 PM Central DaylightTimelast_img read more

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Fentanyl: Contributing To The 76 Overdose Deaths In Vanderburgh County In 2017

first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare FEBRUARY 3rd, 2018  AMANDA PORTER INDIANAOpioids are still a major problem, but reports of a new drug in the community have officials concerned.With 76 overdose deaths in Vanderburgh county, coroner Steve Lockyear says a mixture of drugs are to blame; prescription pills, meth, and even alcohol, but one drug more potent than morphine has started to make its way into Vanderburgh county, leaving a trail of death in its wake.“People are dying, falling down on tops of themselves when they are doing this and they don’t understand the dangers of it.”Vanderburgh county coroner Steve Lockyear says fentanyl has played a part in many of the 76 overdose deaths in Vanderburgh county in 2017.In many of those cases, Lockyear found a common thread, “mixed medications, a lot of different drugs. Very seldom do we see someone die from just a single drug in their system.”But it is fentanyl that has authorities’ attention for now.“It can be more than 100 times more powerful than morphine, and that is the dangerous part of these clandestine labs that are making this is when you buy this off the street, you have no idea what you are getting.”The Evansville fire department is working to combat the drug epidemic sweeping the nation.“We have used it 164 times since then.”Keith Current -EMS manager with the Evansville fire department says his crews have been working with Narcan since April, 2017.Their most critical tool in the fight against Opioids, the Narcan-Nalaxone kit. Current says can saves lives if administered quick enough.“If you can get this into their system, as soon as somebody realizes there is an issue, it will generally turn them around in really about 3 minutes.”Steve Lockyear says the average age for an overdose in Vanderburgh County is 39.8 years old.White Caucasian males are the biggest demographic affected, second to African-American, and thirdly Hispanics.Narcan-Naxolone can be prescribed by a doctor, or bought over the counter.The fire department carries two Narcan kits on their truck, but says it only works on opioids, not the potent fentanyl.Even when Narcan is able to save lives, coroner Lockyear sees the destruction drugs leave behind.“We spend 175,000 dollars a year in this office just in testing and autopsies for these so it very quickly becomes a burden on the tax payers and that doesn’t even include the cost of the funerals and how this affects families.”Which is why Lockyear says the fight starts at home.“So it may take a family member to ask a friend, somebody keep an eye on them and make sure you get them the help they need. there are resources out there and go that direction, not the direction of coming to this office.”Amanda PorterReporter and Anchor for 44NewsMore Posts – Websitelast_img read more

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Hurricane Season Starts Monday, ‘Below-Normal’ Season Predicted

first_imgThe 2015 hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean likely will see fewer storms than usual, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center.NOAA predicts the following:“For the hurricane season, which officially runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, NOAA is predicting a 70 percent likelihood of 6 to 11 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher), of which 3 to 6 could become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph or higher), including zero to 2 major hurricanes (Category 3, 4 or 5; winds of 111 mph or higher). While a below-normal season is likely (70 percent), there is also a 20 percent chance of a near-normal season, and a 10 percent chance of an above-normal season.”Preseason hurricane forecasts are of limited value — as the science is inexact and, as Ocean City knows well from 2012’s Superstorm Sandy, it takes only one storm to produce devastating flood damage.“A below-normal season doesn’t mean we’re off the hook,” NOAA Administrator Kathryn Sullivan said. “As we’ve seen before, below-normal seasons can still produce catastrophic impacts to communities.”But the forecast notes that conditions will not be ideal for the frequent development of strong storms.“The main factor expected to suppress the hurricane season this year is El Niño, which is already affecting wind and pressure patterns, and is forecast to last through the hurricane season,” NOAA forecaster Gerry Bell said. “El Niño may also intensify as the season progresses, and is expected to have its greatest influence during the peak months of the season. We also expect sea surface temperatures in the tropical Atlantic to be close to normal, whereas warmer waters would have supported storm development.”The Atlantic already has seen its first named storm, Ana, but the early arrival of that storm is not an indication of a busy season, according to NOAA. The conditions that created Ana on Mother’s Day Weekend were different than those that will create summer and fall tropical storms.To help those living in hurricane-prone areas prepare, NOAA offers hurricane preparedness tips, along with video and audio public service announcements at www.hurricanes.gov/prepare. Credit: NOAAlast_img read more

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Skateboarding Sensation Sky Brown to Lead Ocean City Baby Parade

first_imgSky Brown, an 11-year-old skating, surfing and dancing star, will be the featured grand marshal at the Baby Parade in Ocean City Thursday. Sky Brown, the 11-year-old skateboarding sensation with an international following, will appear in Ocean City Aug. 6 to 8 and will be the grand marshal of the 110th annual Ocean City Baby Parade.Sky will meet with fans and give skateboard and surfing demonstrations in addition to participating in the parade.She is a professional skateboarder and surfer from Miyazaki, Japan. With a Japanese mother and a British father, Sky chose to compete for Team Great Britain in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, making her the youngest athlete to compete there. She is also Great Britain’s youngest Summer Olympian ever, and the youngest Olympic athlete since 1936.Sky began skating and surfing at age two and quickly became a phenomenon when short videos of her gained millions of views on YouTube. In the fall of 2018, she became the first-ever winner of ABC’s hit competition show, “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors.”Her Ocean City schedule will include:Tuesday, August 65 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.: Meet-and-greet at the Ocean City Skate Park (tickets are $30 each)5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.: Skate demonstration and open skating at the Skate Park with ticketholders6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.: Skate Park closed for filming with TransWorld SportsWednesday, August 79 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.: Meet-and-greet on Seventh Street Beach (tickets are $25 each)9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.: Surfing demonstration and open surf with the participantsThursday, August 810:30 a.m.: Grand Marshal of the 110th annual Baby ParadeNoon to 1 p.m.: Meet-and-greet at the Music Pier (tickets are $15 each)5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.: Meet-and-greet at the Ocean City Skate Park (tickets are $30 each)5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.: Skate demonstration and open skating at the Skate Park with ticketholdersTickets for these opportunities to meet, skate and surf with Sky are on sale. Visit www.oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, call 609-399-6111 or stop by the Ocean City Music Pier Box Office (Boardwalk at Moorlyn Terrace), the City Hall Welcome Center (9th Street and Asbury Avenue) or the Roy Gillian Welcome Center (on the Route 52 causeway).The meet-and-greets will be held rain or shine. Due to safety, inclement weather would cancel the skateboarding demonstration and open skate. The public is invited to watch Sky skate from outside the park gates.The hit British TV show “TransWorld Sport” will film a full episode featuring Ocean City and Sky Brown at the Skate Park and Seventh Street Beach.The media is invited to attend the Wednesday and Thursday sessions.last_img read more

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News story: Minister Field statement on terrorist attack in Kabul

first_img This weekend’s terrorist attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul was another tragedy for a country and people who continue to confront such threats with great resolve. I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences to all those killed and injured in the attack. I commend the valiant efforts of the Afghan National Defence and Security Forces who worked day and night with great courage and skill to defeat the terrorists, and whose swift intervention certainly prevented greater casualties. The UK will continue to work with allies and partners to help the Afghan government defeat terrorism and to support the development of the Afghan National Defence and Security Forces in dealing with this threat. We remain committed to helping the Afghan people achieve a peaceful and secure future. Terrorism will not succeed. Minister Field said:last_img read more

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NYPL’s Matthew J. Sheehy will lead Harvard Depository

first_imgMatthew J. Sheehy, acting director for reference and research services at the New York Public Library, has been named to lead the Harvard Depository. The announcement was made by Helen Shenton, deputy director of the Harvard University Library, following an extended national search.Sheehy, who will hold the title of assistant director of the Harvard University Library for the Harvard Depository, assumes his duties on Nov. 15. He will divide his time between depositories in Southborough and Harvard’s central campuses in Cambridge, Boston, and Allston, Mass.“Matthew Sheehy is recognized by his colleagues as an innovator and a change manager,” Shenton said. “The hallmarks of his work are insightful thinking, careful analysis, and collaborative leadership that enhance the experience of library patrons.”last_img read more

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Honduran and U.S. Military Personnel Provide Medical Services in Gracias a Dios

first_imgBy Dialogo March 29, 2016 “The population of a region of the country that is very isolated and whose residents do not have access to medical services in their daily lives received medical and dental care,” Honduran doctor Ricardo Avilés, who acts as JTF-Bravo’s liaison in the region, told Diálogo. “We [also] provided them with medicine, pediatric care, and preventative medicine, [like] dewormers, and talks on how to take care of their teeth and their general health overall.” “There is a whole program for all the commanders of all the country’s battalions. Each battalion is obliged to hold two or three medical events a year. When we coordinate the events, the Armed Forces have a greater reach in areas they would not have been able to get to alone, nor would they have been able to meet all the needs in priority areas.” Other countries in the region have also benefited from MEDRETEs. In 2015, MEDRETEs provided medical and dental care to about 700 patients over 10 days during stops in the Salvadoran towns of El Paste, Santa Lucía, Joya del Cerén, and Nejepa. SOUTHCOM plans on conducting three MEDRETEs in the Guatemalan department of San Marcos in 2016. The MEDRETE in late January was part of a series of humanitarian campaigns the Honduran Armed Forces have conducted to benefit civilians in recent years. In 2015, the government and the Armed Forces launched “Honduras Actívate” (“Activate Honduras”), a program aimed at improving the public’s health. “It started as a small initiative to foster tourism and healthy entertainment options for the inhabitants of predesignated areas,” Artillery Colonel Jorge Fuentes, the program’s former national coordinator, told Diálogo. Humanitarian campaigns Many patients traveled long distances over rugged terrain to receive medical care and medicine. “There are no plans to return to the area in the immediate future because the next brigade is scheduled to head to a place called Firfirtara,” which is also in the department of Gracias a Dios, Dr. Avilés stated. The Honduran Army’s Policarpo Paz García Task Force, which is part of the battalion in Brus Laguna, and the U.S. Joint Task Force-Bravo (JTF-‎Bravo) assisted in the MEDRETE. The Honduran Troops, who were accompanied by security and nursing contingents, reached Nueva Jerusalén via the town of Brus Laguna. JTF-Bravo, which brought its medical element, mobilized from Tegucigalpa and Trujillo. The brigades deployed close to locations where there was an Air Force, Army, or Naval unit, with particular focus on the communities of Choluteca, Danlí, Juticalpa, Catacamas, Santa Rosa de Copán, Santa Bárbara, San Pedro Sula, Tela, La Ceiba, El Progreso, La Esperanza, Comayagua, Siguatepeque, and Tegucigalpa. The “Honduras Actívate” initiative expanded, and the Armed Forces held events every two weeks, including activities in Lago Yojoa in La Tigra (close to Tegucigalpa); in Tela and La Ceiba, which are on the Caribbean coast; and in San Pedro Sula. “The Armed Forces of Honduras have a work plan set out to provide medical care to different parts of the country,” Dr. Avilés explained. “Many of their squads are independent, but we coordinate in order to make a concerted effort.” Included in the MEDRETEs, which are part of the ongoing cooperation between the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) and Central American partner nations, were deworming services for Miskitos children and also lessons on water purification techniques for civilians. Honduran authorities selected Nueva Jerusalén for the medical exercise because the Health Secretary had designated it as a low-coverage area, “so, compensating for that deficiency was a priority,” said Dr. Avilés, who has spent more than 23 years working with JTF-‎Bravo. “The area has high levels of need. Hypertension and diabetes, for example, have presented themselves there, as well as gastrointestinal illnesses.” Additionally, more than 300,000 Hondurans received free medical care and medicine from different Military brigades that were deployed nationwide in 2014. The Military brought children’s games, musical ensembles, and donated clothes, in addition to providing hair stylists. Honduras, U.S. cooperate During a Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE) in Honduras, Honduran and U.S. Military units provided medical care and medicine to about 470 residents of Nueva Jerusalén in the department of Gracias a Dios. Personnel from the Health Ministry and students from Honduran medical schools also participated in the humanitarian mission in late January. last_img read more

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Nassau Cops Warn of Man Trying to Lure Kids

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nassau County police are warning the public about a suspicious man who tried to lure children into his truck five times over the past four weeks, twice by offering them candy.The children were all between the ages of eight and 16, three of whom were walking either to or from school at the time. Investigators described the suspect as a black man, 20 to 30 years old, driving either a van or an SUV that may have a dented right read door and tinted windows, authorities said.“If a stranger stops their car and asks the child questions, run the opposite direction and tell authorities,” police said in an advisory. “Always walk in groups and stay close to the curb, away from shrubbery and doorways. Do not take shortcuts through alleys, vacant lots or parks.”Police said the confrontations occurred at 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 13 on Melvin Avenue Lakeview, at 7:40 a.m. Wednesday, April 22 at the corner of Woodfield Road and Janos Lane Lakeview, at 2:35 p.m. Thursday, April 23 on Lakeview Avenue in Lynbrook, at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, May 5 at the corner of Grove Street and Jamaica Avenue in Valley Stream and at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, May 7 at the corner of Orlando Avenue and Champlain Avenue in Lakeview.Detectives ask anyone who spots the suspect to call 911 and anyone with information regarding any of these incidents to call Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.  All callers will remain anonymous.last_img read more

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Card innovations impacting the future of the credit union industry

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jeremiah Lotz Jeremiah Lotz directs PSCU’s initiatives to empower the company’s Owner credit unions with innovative and engaging payment solutions. Lotz leads an experienced team dedicated to delivering PSCU’s credit, debit, prepaid, … Web: pscu.com Details Today, payments options for consumers are endless, and credit unions should be prepared to provide members with access to as many offerings as possible. While new payment methods such as digital wallets and real-time payments are important, optimizing credit and debit card programs is also imperative for credit union success and for their cards to remain top-of-wallet. Here are eight innovations in card products and technology credit unions should have on their radar when it comes to optimizing, improving and marketing their card programs:Contactless – More consumers are using contactless/dual interface cards for tap-and-go transactions on a daily basis. Due to a reduction in the time it takes to complete a purchase, using contactless cards improves the point-of-sale experience for consumers. Once they realize their purchasing experiences can be enhanced and quickened through contactless, consumers will naturally start to gravitate toward these cards at all locations where they are accepted. Contactless is also expected to drive mobile adoption as an increasing number of consumers experience the ease and speed of tap-and-go payment methods.Metal Contactless – Many credit unions are beginning to offer cards made of certain types of materials associated with different loyalty or rewards programs. Metal cards are seen as higher-end cards which can be used to differentiate an issuer’s brand and program offerings. Installment Payments – Credit unions are starting to explore the ability to give members the option to turn a high-dollar transaction on their credit card into a lower rate or fixed installment plan “loan” versus the traditional revolving balance option. For example, a credit union might see a member has made a large purchase and offer him or her the ability to pay the purchase off over a set amount of time for a small fee, versus paying a high interest rate for revolving the balance. Some larger banks and issuers – including American Express and Chase – already offer similar programs, which give consumers more control over their finances by allowing them to choose how and when they pay.  Digital Issuance – Issuing a digital card that can be accessed through a consumer’s mobile wallet provides instant availability to cards during initial opening or lost/stolen situations, which essentially eliminates the three- to four-day waiting period consumers typically experience when being issued a new card. Allowing for mobile and card-not-present transactions through digital issuance will make consumers less likely to move to a different card when theirs is lost/stolen, as they can continue making purchases and transactions while awaiting the physical card replacement.Enhanced Authentication – Credit unions are beginning to explore how to pass biometric authentication across channels to improve the member experience. Right now, biometric authentication is most commonly used to access a mobile app and is fairly secure given it utilizes a user’s fingerprint or face recognition. But how can that translate to the phone channel and be used to make authentication stronger in other channels? For credit unions, enhanced authentication techniques not only improve the member experience and deliver enhanced security, they also provide more data to utilize to make informed decisions about which authentication practices are best suited for particular members and channels.Loyalty and Rewards – There has been a shift across the industry as it relates to the types of loyalty and rewards program offerings and perks members want. Overall, they want choice in how and where they use their rewards. Some issuers and other providers are allowing consumers to redeem points for a purchase they have already made – essentially “removing” the transaction from their balance or lowering the overall cost of the purchase in exchange for loyalty points. Another up-and-coming trend is cashing in on reward points for experiences.Data and Analytics – Now that the industry has a better understanding of how to collect and analyze data, these insights are being used to personalize and improve the cardholder experience. It allows credit unions to make faster and better decisions for members. For example, if a member purchases a flight and rents a car, the credit union might reach out and remind the cardholder to turn on card controls via the credit union’s mobile app so transactions are not denied while traveling. Credit unions are now using data to create experiences based on known information leading up to certain events or specific times.Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – Using data and technology offered through AI and RPA can enhance the member experience and ensure members are being offered card programs or other financial services offerings that are the most relevant to them. While these technologies do not change how payments themselves are made, they give credit unions, issuers and other financial institutions a way to create better experiences. Whether it is disputing a fraudulent transaction or serving a member when he or she calls in to the contact center, using AI and RPA allows for more automation and predictive analysis so financial institutions can be better prepared to serve members and consumers.last_img read more

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