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RBC Disruptors is an ongoing speaker series at RBC, moderated by SVP John Stackhouse, designed to bring leading thinkers into the enterprise to talk about major shifts in the world around us. Featuring thought-provoking sessions on digital technology, changing workplaces and big shifts in consumer behaviour, we aim to stimulate new conversations and ideas.

Latest Episodes

The Skills Shift

In the age of automation, we are undergoing a skills shift. By 2022, 54% of frontline workers will need significant reskilling. Carol Leaman, CEO of Axonify joined us on RBC Disruptors to discuss how they are revolutionizing the way companies retrain their frontline workers

34 MIN2019 NOV 7
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The Skills Shift

Solving for the Silver Tsunami

By 2035, Canada’s senior citizens will make up 23% of the country and a shortage of 199,000 long-term care beds will exist if action is not taken.Canada’s health care system has a big problem to solve: how tofundamentally changing the way we care for seniors.Mike Wessinger of PointClickCare and Michelle E. DiEmanuele of Trillium Health Partners joined RC Disruptors to explore how to address the silver tsunami with technology.

30 MIN2019 OCT 30
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Solving for the Silver Tsunami

The Audience Strikes Back

Peoples’ viewing habits are shifting dramatically, with the rise of streaming services and mobile viewing – yet, digital isn’t stopping live entertainment from drawing crowds. Cameron Bailey and Joana Vicente – the co-heads of the Toronto International Film Festival joined the 50th episode of RBC Disruptors to speak to the power of audience in an age of digital experience.

26 MIN2019 OCT 9
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The Audience Strikes Back

Disrupting Democracy

Technology is transforming the vote. Shuman Ghosemajunder, CTO of Shape Security and former click fraud czar at Google joined us on RBC Disruptors to discuss what technology is doing to democracy, and how technology can fix it.

37 MIN2019 SEP 19
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Disrupting Democracy

In Conversation with Two Next Gen Entrepreneurs

The changing nature of work is keeping millennials and gen Z up at night. In a tech-driven economy, the path to success is no longer clear -- so young people are taking control. On this episode of RBC Disruptors, two young entrepreneurs joined us to explain why they founded their companies—and why others should follow in their footsteps. This episode's guests are Julia Kirouac, Founder & CEO of NudFud, and Braden Ream, Founder & CEO of VoiceFlow.

41 MIN2019 SEP 4
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In Conversation with Two Next Gen Entrepreneurs

Farmer 4.0: The Shift to Automation

Automation is changing the nature of food production. In part two of this mini-series, John Stackhouse visits the dairy operation of Matt and Jaclyn Walker in Muir, Ontario, two food producers that define Farmer 4.0; entrepreneurs experimenting with technology and innovating the business model of farming. With their robotic milking machine, they are able to shift their focus to cultivating data, problem-solving and improving animal health. For more on Farmer 4.0, see rbc.com/farmer4

21 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Farmer 4.0: The Shift to Automation

Farmer 4.0: Agriculture's Skills Revolution

Agriculture is undergoing a skills revolution. In part one of this mini-series, John Stackhouse discusses the findings of a new RBC report, Farmer 4.0, with Andrew Schrumm, its lead researcher, and how agriculture can thrive in the age of automation. Unfavourable demographics and disruptive technologies in the industry magnify the skills challenge ahead for the 2020s, in which Canada has the opportunity to feed an ever expanding global population. For more on Farmer 4.0, see rbc.com/farmer4

30 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Farmer 4.0: Agriculture's Skills Revolution

From Burberry to Apple: A Shift in Retail (July 8, 2019)

There is a shift happening in retail. Angela Ahrendts, former SVP of Retail at Apple and CEO at Burberry joined us on RBC Disruptors to discuss the trends she's seen from her time at two iconic global brands and to share her vision for the future of retail.

42 MIN2019 JUL 8
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From Burberry to Apple: A Shift in Retail (July 8, 2019)

Rewiring the Brain (June 24, 2019)

Technology is disrupting the brain. Dr. Murali Doraiswamy, a physician and brain scientist at Duke University highlighted that 8%-10% of people in North America show signs of a serious addiction to the Internet and gaming - on this special episode we turned our minds inward - Murali shares his perspective and research on how technology is changing the brain and mind.

36 MIN2019 JUN 24
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Rewiring the Brain (June 24, 2019)

AI for Good? (June 6, 2019)

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are moving at a staggering pace but big hurdles remain to dreams like self-driving cars and personalized medicine. What are the risks, opportunities, and timelines? John Stackhouse is joined by the Head of Borealis AI and Chief Scientist Officer at RBC, Foteini Agrafioti, and key experts including Layla el Asri (Microsoft Research), Jean-Francois Gagne (Element AI) and Natalie Cartwright (Finn AI) to discuss the massive potential – and the societal and ethical implications – of artificial intelligence.

32 MIN2019 JUN 7
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AI for Good? (June 6, 2019)

Latest Episodes

The Skills Shift

In the age of automation, we are undergoing a skills shift. By 2022, 54% of frontline workers will need significant reskilling. Carol Leaman, CEO of Axonify joined us on RBC Disruptors to discuss how they are revolutionizing the way companies retrain their frontline workers

34 MIN2019 NOV 7
Comments
The Skills Shift

Solving for the Silver Tsunami

By 2035, Canada’s senior citizens will make up 23% of the country and a shortage of 199,000 long-term care beds will exist if action is not taken.Canada’s health care system has a big problem to solve: how tofundamentally changing the way we care for seniors.Mike Wessinger of PointClickCare and Michelle E. DiEmanuele of Trillium Health Partners joined RC Disruptors to explore how to address the silver tsunami with technology.

30 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
Solving for the Silver Tsunami

The Audience Strikes Back

Peoples’ viewing habits are shifting dramatically, with the rise of streaming services and mobile viewing – yet, digital isn’t stopping live entertainment from drawing crowds. Cameron Bailey and Joana Vicente – the co-heads of the Toronto International Film Festival joined the 50th episode of RBC Disruptors to speak to the power of audience in an age of digital experience.

26 MIN2019 OCT 9
Comments
The Audience Strikes Back

Disrupting Democracy

Technology is transforming the vote. Shuman Ghosemajunder, CTO of Shape Security and former click fraud czar at Google joined us on RBC Disruptors to discuss what technology is doing to democracy, and how technology can fix it.

37 MIN2019 SEP 19
Comments
Disrupting Democracy

In Conversation with Two Next Gen Entrepreneurs

The changing nature of work is keeping millennials and gen Z up at night. In a tech-driven economy, the path to success is no longer clear -- so young people are taking control. On this episode of RBC Disruptors, two young entrepreneurs joined us to explain why they founded their companies—and why others should follow in their footsteps. This episode's guests are Julia Kirouac, Founder & CEO of NudFud, and Braden Ream, Founder & CEO of VoiceFlow.

41 MIN2019 SEP 4
Comments
In Conversation with Two Next Gen Entrepreneurs

Farmer 4.0: The Shift to Automation

Automation is changing the nature of food production. In part two of this mini-series, John Stackhouse visits the dairy operation of Matt and Jaclyn Walker in Muir, Ontario, two food producers that define Farmer 4.0; entrepreneurs experimenting with technology and innovating the business model of farming. With their robotic milking machine, they are able to shift their focus to cultivating data, problem-solving and improving animal health. For more on Farmer 4.0, see rbc.com/farmer4

21 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Farmer 4.0: The Shift to Automation

Farmer 4.0: Agriculture's Skills Revolution

Agriculture is undergoing a skills revolution. In part one of this mini-series, John Stackhouse discusses the findings of a new RBC report, Farmer 4.0, with Andrew Schrumm, its lead researcher, and how agriculture can thrive in the age of automation. Unfavourable demographics and disruptive technologies in the industry magnify the skills challenge ahead for the 2020s, in which Canada has the opportunity to feed an ever expanding global population. For more on Farmer 4.0, see rbc.com/farmer4

30 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Farmer 4.0: Agriculture's Skills Revolution

From Burberry to Apple: A Shift in Retail (July 8, 2019)

There is a shift happening in retail. Angela Ahrendts, former SVP of Retail at Apple and CEO at Burberry joined us on RBC Disruptors to discuss the trends she's seen from her time at two iconic global brands and to share her vision for the future of retail.

42 MIN2019 JUL 8
Comments
From Burberry to Apple: A Shift in Retail (July 8, 2019)

Rewiring the Brain (June 24, 2019)

Technology is disrupting the brain. Dr. Murali Doraiswamy, a physician and brain scientist at Duke University highlighted that 8%-10% of people in North America show signs of a serious addiction to the Internet and gaming - on this special episode we turned our minds inward - Murali shares his perspective and research on how technology is changing the brain and mind.

36 MIN2019 JUN 24
Comments
Rewiring the Brain (June 24, 2019)

AI for Good? (June 6, 2019)

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are moving at a staggering pace but big hurdles remain to dreams like self-driving cars and personalized medicine. What are the risks, opportunities, and timelines? John Stackhouse is joined by the Head of Borealis AI and Chief Scientist Officer at RBC, Foteini Agrafioti, and key experts including Layla el Asri (Microsoft Research), Jean-Francois Gagne (Element AI) and Natalie Cartwright (Finn AI) to discuss the massive potential – and the societal and ethical implications – of artificial intelligence.

32 MIN2019 JUN 7
Comments
AI for Good? (June 6, 2019)
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