The first week of September is in the books. Catch up on what’s happening at CUNA News with the Weekly Wrap-up for September 5-8.
With our focus on technology this month, we started the week with a look at generative artificial intelligence (AI). Glen Sarvady, managing principal at 154 Advisors, suggests credit unions get used to AI but use it with caution because “for now, human judgement still reigns.”
We also look at the difficulties of hiring and retaining top information technology talent, and seven steps credit unions can take to solve the problem. CUNA CEO Jim Nussle explains how a digital maturity framework keeps credit unions at the forefront of technology, while Raddon reminds credit unions that successful institutions combine high-tech with high-touch.
We’ll also provide a snippet of the latest CUNA News Podcast, introduce you to the Credit Union of the Week, and explore this week in credit union history.