March 2023

March 24, 2023

Over the past two weeks, the Washington office received scholars from the TOMODACHI Sumitomo Corporation Scholarship Program. If you’re not familiar with the program, it began in 2014 to support exchange between the U.S. and Japan. More specifically, the TOMODACHI Sumitomo Corporation Scholarship Program provides assistance to high-achieving university students with financial need to enable them to study abroad for one year.

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March 10, 2023

You’ve just won the award for greatest ____ in your field of all time. As you approach the stage to accept your trophy, what’s your “walk up song?”…As you may know, a walk up song is the anthem played in a baseball stadium as the player walks from the on-deck circle to home plate, getting ready to bat, or from the bullpen to the pitching mound. The idea is to create swagger, an identity for the player, and to personally connect players to fans.

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March 3, 2023

Last week, we looked into generative AI and its potential to impact the lobbying industry. While I was supremely impressed by the speed and accuracy with which OpenAI’s ChatGPT could regurgitate information in the form of what one might expect from a university student answering an essay question, if you remember, the chatbot’s responses lacked imagination, did not include persuasive arguments, and provided no story-telling elements to place issues in context.

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