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Silicon Valley Speakers: The Future of Technology in Personal Banking
March 25, 2022 , 9:00 am – 10:00 am PDT
Join us on a journey to imagine what’s possible in the future of banking. Mike Warner will review the evolution of Web 1.0 to 3.0. He will share his perspectives on future banking artifacts such as digital currency or Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs).
About the Speaker
Mike Warner is a technology strategist who works in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He is focused on the intersection of emerging digital/social systems of value (payments), intelligence (economics) and trust (supervision) as they relate to emerging technologies and the landscape for a new digitally enabled economy.
Previously he was the CEO and founder of Quantum4D – a venture funded (In-Q-Tel) software company that developed holographic systems modeling capabilities for the US intelligence community and SWIFT.
He is passionate about the intersection of innovation and public service as they relate to the transformations that may help us resolve previously intractable challenges of climate and inclusion.
How to Participate
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About the Silicon Valley Speaker Series
Today, technology is intertwined with personal finance – everything from how you bank, pay for things, manage money, get a loan, or invest money. Although this is not new, the pandemic has expedited the use of technology in our daily routines of managing our personal finances. Online banking, online shopping, and other online transactions grew during the last 20 months. The use of technology will persist beyond the pandemic.
What are the basics of technology used in personal finance? In this speaker series, we are inviting guest speakers from the banking and/or technology industry to provide a behind-the-scenes look at the technology and processes involved with online banking and payments. It intends to open the eyes of the curious minds, and connect common technology terms to our day-to-day activities, such as managing passwords, multi-factor authentication, encryption, and more.