Tuesday, 28 May 2024 07:17

Monitoring Blood Pressure

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High Blood Pressure is often referred to as the Silent Killer. Dr. Debbie Plate, from Cleveland Clinic Akron General, talked to Ray about home monitoring, the importance of knowing your numbers, and more.

Saturday, 25 May 2024 11:31

"Stayin' Alive" On Wall Street, In the Age of AI Featured

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Although Wall Street Analysts, Stockbrokers, and Traders already use sophisticated computer programming to help them make what is in some cases, dizzyingly vast sums of money; rapidly developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools could soon help them make even more.

On the other hand; AI could also completely replace a lot of those jobs, leaving the people doing them today, out of work and wondering how to get back in the game.

That in fact, is a scenario that is going to play out for billions of workers in all sorts of different fields over the next five to ten years, according to AI Developer, Professor, and Author, David Shrier. I talked to him last week about his new book “Welcome to AI: A Human Guide To Artificial Intelligence”, in which he predicts that within five to ten years; unemployment in the US and other countries could hit 30 to 50 percent. (To listen to that interview, click here).

Obviously; that is not the kind of blow that the US, or any other economy could absorb without either buckling, or at least being severely crippled for time, without some sort of serious intervention. Shrier talked about the need for government to step in with a safety net solution, like Universal Basic Income (UBI) , and large-scale programs to retrain employees so they can work with, and not try to compete against, AI.

With that in mind; I approached Kent State University Finance Professor, David Pelleg, about how they are adapting to this new technology, so that when their students  graduate; they will have the kind of AI-related skills they need to grow and prosper, despite major job disruptions that lie ahead.



David Pelleg, Finance Professor, Kent State University

Friday, 24 May 2024 08:21

Wynn at the Movies

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Every Friday, Scott Wynn joins the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about movies. What's in theaters, what's streaming, and more.

Friday, 24 May 2024 08:18

Golf Tips: Getting Into Golf

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Golf Pro, Dan Dauk, joins Ray every Friday with tips and info for golfers. This week he talked about getting into golf for those who may not know how to start.

Friday, 24 May 2024 08:50

Bases & Balls 5.24.24

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Guardians Broadcaster, Jim Rosenhaus, joins the Ray Horner Morning Show every Friday to talk baseball in 'Bases & Balls! They talked about the team's efforts during the homstand, the team, and more.

Thursday, 23 May 2024 07:12

Memorial Day with Michael Van Ness

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Memorial Day Weekend is upon us. Author and Veteran, Michael Van Ness, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. He talked about what Memorial Day is, what it means, and how to remember the lost.


Wednesday, 22 May 2024 07:12

APS Cutting Jobs to Save $24 Million

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Diana Autry, Board President at Akron Public Schools, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. She talked about the decision to cut 285 jobs to save 24 million dollars. She explained the cuts have been in the works for years and why they are necessary for the wellbeing of the district. 

Wednesday, 22 May 2024 07:22

Hey Bobby! 5.22.24

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Each Wednesday throughout the season, Ray Horner speaks with Guardians VP Bobby DiBiasio. This week they discussed brining food into the stadium and some highlights of the ballpark.

With spring projects in full swing around your home, property liability may come to mind.  Attorney Antonios (Tony) Tsarouhas joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about the laws and your rights.


Tim Allen, actor and comedian, is coming to the Akron Civic Theatre in June! He joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about his life and career. 

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