A heritage monetary services organization isn’t always the top place a technologist wants to grow their profession. That hasn’t been an issue for JPMorgan Chase, which has actually made itself an attractive profession location for technologists. “Technology is not an afterthought,” states Gill Haus, primary details officer of customer and neighborhood banking at JPMorgan Chase. “It remains in whatever we do, from our workplaces to our branches to our contact focuses to our web and mobile applications.”
Haus describes that there’s more to being an innovation business than utilizing innovation to fix issues. “What actually makes an innovation business is how you think of the method you work with groups, the method you groom groups, the method you construct software application, the method you release that software application,” states Haus. “It’s how you arrange around items, not around your organization systems.”
Like an innovation start-up, the technical groups at JPMorgan Chase resolve real-world issues. “Every single day, we are introducing brand-new functions and items that make it much easier for everybody. It’s exceptionally amazing,” states Haus.
However, unlike a start-up, JPMorgan Chase has scale. The monetary services organization supports 44 million mobile active clients and 59 million digitally active consumers in basic. The business invests $12 billion on innovation every year. “When we introduce an option or bring a brand-new item to market, we do not bring it to market for 1,000 individuals. We do not bring it to market for a 100,000 individuals. We bring it to market for countless consumers instantly, which is extraordinary,” states Haus. “There’s amazing skill here, as you can picture, since we have such a technical requirement. Skill begets skill. It’s interesting to go to a location where you understand you’re going to be challenged.”
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My visitor today is Gill Haus, who is the primary details officer of customer and neighborhood banking at JPMorgan Chase. Gill heads the Chase innovation group, and belongs to both the customer and neighborhood banking management group, and the company’s worldwide innovation management group. This podcast is produced in association with JPMorgan Chase. Welcome, Gill.
Gill Haus: Thank you for having me, Laurel.
Laurel: You’ve operated at a variety of various business, consisting of PayPal and Curb, which is previously called RideCharge. What’s it like operating at a big banks after being at numerous fintechs? And why did you sign up with JPMorgan Chase?
Gill: I’ll address it in reverse, which is what led me to come to a business like a JPMorgan Chase. There is a size and a scale that is exceptionally appealing, especially offered the innovation challenges that we deal with. To put it in point of view, we have 44 million digitally active mobile consumers and 59 million digitally active consumers in basic. Getting the experience right for them, making it load rapidly, revealing all the info their client requires in a protected method, that’s a technical work of art, which’s amazing for me which’s why I signed up with a company like this. That’s simply the Chase part of business, not to discuss our business and financial investment bank and other parts of our company.
There’s likewise amazing skill here, as you can envision, since of the truth that we have such a technical requirement. Skill begets skill. It’s amazing to go to a location where you understand that you’re going to be challenged. You’re going to gain from other individuals. Likewise, there’s a culture. This one’s crucial and it goes to the very first part of your concern. There’s a culture here of, “We can deal with these issues. We are a start-up on our own.”
We take a look at any of the obstacles facing us, whether it remains in our customer company, whether it’s in our possession wealth management service, whether it’s in financial investment global, and we take a look at each of those issues the manner in which a start-up would. It feels really much like a start-up here, like when I was at PayPal or Curb or other business. The distinction is we have the scale, so we have the resources at our disposal ought to we require them. We have the cash to in fact have the ability to make a distinction. I do like start-ups having actually existed, however unlike some start-ups, when we introduce an option or bring some brand-new item to market, we do not bring it to market for 1,000 individuals. We do not bring it to market for a 100,000 individuals. We bring that to market for countless consumers right away, which is extraordinary.
The other piece of this, which is actually terrific about a start-up, is function. A great deal of the locations that I signed up with when I was at a start-up was due to the fact that we’re going to alter the world. We’re going to alter flight share, which is why I signed up with Curb. At PayPal we were obtained, however it had to do with altering how cash is utilized. The function that we have here at JPMorgan Chase is extraordinary since financing is at the center of everybody’s life. There’s absolutely nothing more individual than financing. Whether it is a private client, a small company, or a corporation or a federal government, cash is so extremely crucial. Each and every single day, we are releasing brand-new functions and items that make it much easier for everybody. It’s extremely amazing. The technical difficulty is substantial which’s why it feels a lot like a start-up practically each and every single day, however likewise why I signed up with the company.
Laurel: You began as the head of digital innovation and most likely similar to a start-up, you moved along rather rapidly to lead Chase’s innovation company as CIO. How has your function altered? And what suggestions would you offer to technologists who might in fact follow that profession course?
Gill: If you had asked me years earlier, “Do you wish to be a CIO, whether it’s here or anywhere else?” I do not understand Laurel, if I would’ve stated yes. And now that I understand, I might go like, “What, actually? I do not understand.” What truly kept me moving in my profession were a couple of things. The very first was the innovation itself. I’ve constantly been enthusiastic about innovation. The functions that I’ve had actually have actually been on fixing technical issues and having an interest and being technical. Now, I’m not as hands-on as I when was, however I do check out continuously about innovation. I enter the architecture, and I’ve done that throughout my profession.
That’s a crucial thing too, due to the fact that I think that anybody that wishes to be a CIO or a CTO, especially in the manner in which the market is advancing, you require to comprehend innovation. Remaining close to the innovation and curious and desiring to resolve those issues has actually assisted me.
But there’s another part to it, too. In each of my functions, there have actually been times when I’ve seen something that wasn’t always working and I had concepts and wished to assist, however it may’ve been beyond my obligation. I’ve constantly leaned in to assist, although I understood that it was going to assist somebody else in the company, due to the fact that it was the best thing to do and it assisted the business, it assisted other individuals. It ended up structure more powerful relationships, however likewise constructing my skillset. I believe that’s belonged of my increase too, and it’s something that’s simply exceptionally effective from a cultural point of view. That’s something that I like here. Everyone remains in it together to work that method. I likewise believe that it simply speaks volumes about a specific, and individuals gravitate to desire to work with individuals that run that method. The truth is all of us require aid and there have actually been numerous individuals that have actually done that for me in my profession, and I either employ them or they’ve employed me and we remain close. That’s been something else has actually been crucial in my profession course.
The last piece that I would state is, it’s crucial to have 2 things. There is one, the enjoyment about the work. And I have that here. I had it in my last function here too, which exists’s an enjoyment about the modifications you’re making every day, about the issue set and the innovations that we can utilize and the chance. That’s actually crucial since that guarantees that you’re constantly going to be thrilled, even if there’s a bad day.
The other thing that I make certain of is, am I a bit afraid? Not frightened like something bad is going to occur, however more terrified like, can I do it? Do I comprehend how the innovation works? Do I understand how to browse this circumstance? Having that implies you’re going to grow and you’re going to discover abilities you didn’t find out in the past. You will not get tired due to the fact that you can get delighted, and after a while the enjoyment subsides, however you still are actually jazzed about the things that you’re finding out. I advise individuals to discover functions where they have both of those obstacles.
If you have a cultural view of, I’m going to attempt to fix the issues and it’s larger than me, it’s about the business, and I’m going to put myself in a scenario that I’m having a good time, you’ll have energy. And I’m likewise a bit terrified, you’re going to find out. That’s the very best method, I believe, to grow somebody’s profession. And what’s so amazing here is we have numerous amazing issues to resolve, many amazing individuals that are searching for help, that you simply have an environment where individuals can grow their professions actually rapidly.
I was shocked that I ended up being CIO so rapidly, however you can indicate numerous examples in this business where individuals that bring the mindset, the ability, the ability and the enthusiasm, they continue to grow due to the fact that we’re doing some extraordinary things, and we regard and we value that in our leaders.
Laurel: Speaking of issue resolving, for a great deal of companies, the pandemic sped up digital change initiatives out of requirement. Possibly some companies had a five-year strategy to present video cooperation services for remote work, however all of a sudden they needed to make that a top priority when everybody was house for the pandemic. Where was JPMorgan Chase in its digital improvement journey in early 2020, and did you feel the requirement to speed up any efforts to survive that pandemic?
Gill: I’m smiling since I signed up with JPMC on March second of 2020, so it was best prior to we entered into lockdown. I got to see the in the past and the after truly rapidly. Among the important things that was exceptionally evident then and continues to appear is that our client is our primary focus. That has actually constantly held true and COVID didn’t alter that. It was a rallying call for the company, that we require to make sure even more so, that we’re doing right for our consumers due to the fact that our clients were not able to check out branches or carry out the services they were utilized to. And they were likewise affected by the pandemic themselves on their financial resources, and so on. It was extremely clear about the objective we had here, even more so, we desire to make sure that we’re assisting those that actually depend on us. You might see it in the manner in which everybody rallied around fixing issues.
There were some things that the pandemic likewise drove. There was a boost in digital engagement. That would’ve most likely taken place anywhere to your point about a five-year strategy, however that was fast-tracked due to the fact that individuals were at house, and they required to negotiate, and they utilized their digital gadgets due to the fact that there was no other method. I think that’s here to remain which digital adoption, that velocity, we’re seeing it due to the fact that we are up 6% year over year. If you think of our digitally active clients, so 58.8 million clients. I pointed out the mobile number, we’re up 11% year over year. That’s something that we’re continuing to see take place. As soon as you’re utilizing our mobile, or you’re utilizing web, it’s tough to always return, however you still can.
It needed us to present video conferencing worldwide to our staff members in a period of a weekend, which is not for the faint of heart. When you think of the 200,000 staff members that we have, we had the ability to roll this out at that rate, which speaks not simply to the technical powers we have more broadly in the company, however to how versatile we are when these sorts of things happen. That was all since we wished to ensure that our individuals might service our consumers the very best manner in which we could. Keep in mind, we have individuals that operate in our call centers, and they were affected, and we have individuals that operate in branches, and they’re affected, and so on
One of the important things that was actually clear when the pandemic took place was how rapidly our groups might release brand-new software application. Lots of speak about having the ability to develop rapidly and being nimble. There’s the Paycheck Protection Program, and this was the capability to provide small companies who were not having as much traffic, and so on, loans through the federal government. We had about a week to put this in location, and we had the ability to stand that website in about a week. We had it totally automated in a matter of two-ish weeks, and we had the ability to supply more financing than any other lending institution in both 2020 and 2021, which was simply extraordinary. The reality that we had the ability to develop that due to the fact that of the innovation we’ve bought over the previous years, construct that so rapidly and scale that to such a big volume for our clients was substantial.
But we likewise had the ability to make some essential modifications in mobile. We had the ability to boost things which may appear basic. We have an item within our mobile application called QuickDeposit, and this is where you’re able to transfer a check. As lots of understand, in some cases checks are big numbers. Typically we asked individuals to enter into branches to assist avoid scams. Since of the innovation that we have, we had the ability to raise limitations in such a way that guaranteed that we had the ability to handle through scams properly and permit clients that would have previously needed to enter a branch or ATM, make the deposits digitally. Those are the examples that we’ve seen modification, however the rate that we moved, that’s not simply restricted to the Chase part of business, however we saw this throughout all of J.P. Morgan.
There’s one piece that I believe is essential on this Laurel. I remained in a conference and here I am a beginner in the company dealing with the Paycheck Protection Program. I remember there being someone on Zoom. We were having a discussion and I presumed since I was brand-new and they remained in the conference that they were on my group, and the individual stated, “Oh no, I’m not on your group, however I understand you’re brand-new and you required help. Therefore here I am to assist, and I simply figured I ‘d browse.” Which has actually stuck to me about the culture of this company and how we concentrate on the client both externally and internally, to truly make certain that we are offering the very best service that we potentially can.
Laurel: That definitely needs a nimble frame of mind. How is JPMorgan Chase changing into a nimble company? You’ve laid a couple examples. Plainly you would not have actually had the ability to react to the United States federal government’s Payroll Protection Act that rapidly if you had not been currently dealing with a variety of these chances and capabilities to be more nimble. What lessons have you found out along the method and how have your groups and consumers benefited from this shift?
Gill: Oh, yes. A nimble change is an actually tough thing to do. Many individuals are making nimble changes, so it seems like it ought to be simple. You have your scrums, and you have your different events and retrospectives, and you utilize a tool to handle your stockpile and you’re golden. Among the huge obstacles that we as a business had actually dealt with in JPMorgan, was we were arranged more around our software application and platforms than around our consumer and the experiences back. That made it actually annoying for groups since it indicated that you most likely required 10, possibly 12 various companies to settle on structure something. It wasn’t clear who the owner was. The architectures in some cases would be a bit more frail since you were overcoming several groups. If you wish to move rapidly or you wish to innovate, that’s not a design in which you’re able to really run. You can require it, however it needs much more conferences. It’s tough to understand who the choice makers are. You can move more gradually and in some cases an application or an option appears like numerous groups developed it. There’s Conway’s Law, and you might have most likely discussed this prior to on other podcasts, however Dr. Conway stated that your software application will show how you’re arranged. That’s truly what we had actually seen. As opposed to us simply attempting to discover a method to browse around it, we stated as a company, “We’re genuinely going to end up being nimble, and we’re going to accept Conway’s Law, and we’re going to arrange around our items back.”
In the neighborhood and customer bank, we arranged around 100 items, so we have a thousand groups that are lined up around these items. An item, for instance, is something like account opening. I desire to open an account on mobile or web. There is one item for this. There is one item leader, one style leader, one information leader, and one innovation leader that are responsible for that item. Now we understand who can handle the stockpile. Now we understand who can overcome any type of architectural choices. Now we comprehend who is liable for guaranteeing that we have development and understanding that client requires. That has actually enabled us to pivot rapidly, since if I require to move, I can deal with the account opening group, they can decide, they can handle a stockpile, and they’re able to adjust when we have things like the Paycheck Protection Program or other kinds of efforts that are out there. It likewise offers more function to the private groups due to the fact that they set their fate, they have more autonomy, and they’re working together in between tech and item style and information, so we can develop the ideal services that we require. This produces an excellent experience for individuals in the company.
By the method, the entire of JPMC is transferring to run by doing this. This lets us not simply move faster, it provides much better work life balance for our staff members and less disappointment, since it’s much easier to understand where you are. You have that function and you accept becoming part of a specific group. I discussed we can react quicker when there is a difficulty, however it’s not simply those difficulties like PPP or a pandemic that we need to resolve, Laurel. There are locations where our consumer’s requirements are altering every day. And by arranging around items by doing this, we can comprehend the information from our clients, and we can experiment, and we can adjust in a really nimble style for what our clients truly require, versus what we believe they may require and constructing something that does not truly resonate with them. It enables us to run in a really nimble style, which we were unable to do previously and it’s rather extraordinary having the ability to make a modification like this at such scale.
Laurel: With those numerous items and countless clients, what are a few of the obstacles and chances that your groups deal with when running on this scale?
Gill: We are a business, so it’s a task. And there are going to be the typical things that you would see in a business, which is we need to focus on. We’re like any other business in that regard. Working here, in my viewpoint, is amazing. When you compose code in this company, you are releasing it at scale. The issues that we are resolving that might be aggravating due to the fact that it might be a day where this code isn’t working or I’m facing this blocker, I can’t figure it out or, I need to support some other modification that’s taken place– when we make those modifications for our engineers, for our item, our style, our information leaders, we are releasing this at scale.
The other part is we consist of the feedback from our millions upon countless consumers to enhance an experience and enhance the life of those clients. That’s something that keeps me going each and every single day. Yeah, I may seem like this job’s been a bit harder than it ought to have been. The distinction that I’m making for a client on every single day is concrete. Someone purchasing groceries for their household, someone purchasing their very first vehicle, someone re-financing their home, you call it– the list goes on. Since the work that’s being done each and every single day is making that favorable effect, I simply feel extraordinary about it and I believe everybody else in the company does, too. This is the example that makes me ecstatic about being here. Even if there is a difficulty on a specific day.
Now, there are things we wish to do. We wish to provide software application quicker, and we’re continuously dealing with enhancing because area. We have a lots of items that we continue to enhance, however that’s the chance, which is we have countless engineers. We work with countless designers. And every day we’re making it much better, however we’re likewise discovering. Which’s the profession chance for individuals due to the fact that what you sign up with the business to do today, might be something various that you perform in a year. That’s interesting since what we find out to do in among our other departments, we go, “That’s terrific, bring that over.” Profession chance, movement chance. And it’s a profession frame of mind every day for individuals that’s amazing which’s the chance I believe, for our technologists here and the scale, that’s actually the gravy due to the fact that many engineers, that’s what they desire, from an engineering point of view. I wish to deliver code at scale.
Laurel: It’s possible some individuals might marvel how huge a group is, so you’re speaking about information, style, client service, along with item supervisors, along with your real software application designers. With this, you in fact have to invest in a collective and purpose-driven culture. Which appears to be definitely something that draws you to this company, however it likewise produces an appealing office that can establish and keep skill. As you stated, that is constructing that purpose-driven business for the clients themselves. Why are you enthusiastic about this concept of purpose-driven culture and what are the advantages that you’re seeing every day?
Gill: Yeah, as a purpose-driven business, it’s more than simply the services that we offer when you consider innovation. We’re making distinctions in neighborhoods. Since cash is main to individuals’s lives, when we make a distinction in our mobile app, that’s substantial. Likewise we have a big branch network and lots of individuals still utilize us through branches, and if we can be your neighborhood bank and we’re able to assist a household or assist a little organization, that makes a distinction. If we’re able to assist a big business that is dealing with purchasing some brand-new electrical car type innovation, we’re the ones that are assisting alter the world in a favorable method, and the list goes on. That sense of function is what actually draws in individuals to the company.
But we likewise acknowledge and are enthusiastic about variety in basic. We understand that varied groups are more ingenious, more efficient, more efficient. You call the important things that groups’ should be, and varied groups are that method. We invest a bargain of time making sure that we are concentrated on variety, whether it is internally and how we make sure that you can be your entire self and bring your entire self to work, to the neighborhoods that we assist. These are the important things that truly are significant and drive a distinction for individuals that work here. That’s why individuals desire to come and work here due to the fact that you make a distinction every single day.
Laurel: There’s certainly an extraordinary need for designers and other software application and IT specialists throughout every market, consisting of banking. How are you particularly resolving this difficulty and what is JPMorgan Chase doing that is various from rivals?
Gill: Tech is not an afterthought. It remains in whatever that we do. This is from our workplaces, to our branches, to our contact centers, to our web and mobile applications. It is a core in our function. When individuals take a look at our company, they must see that is what we do every day.
In 2021, we employed countless software application engineers with ability sets that vary throughout complete stack advancement, cloud, information science, artificial intelligence, and engineering. You call the innovation, we’ve bought it. Now, the marketplace is extremely hot, and among the important things that we concentrate on is making certain that when we bring individuals in, that you are coming here for a profession. You’re not coming here simply for a task. There’s training. We do bring individuals in at entry level, and we put you through training, so you find out how to operate in our environment.
We likewise offer extra movement and chance within the company, so that you are discovering, and you are growing. That is another appealing point. Our push for variety. It’s an inviting culture. You deal with individuals from various strolls of life and backgrounds. All of that simply make it a truly satisfying location to be. We acknowledge that mindset and ability make the distinction. That’s what we are looking for in the skill that we bring in. We’re searching for that truly amazing skill that wishes to alter the world, since we’re at the center of what everybody does daily.
We’re working with throughout the nation. We’re employing throughout the world, truthfully, Laurel. We have our profession page that individuals can go to, at careers.jpmorganchase.com The important things that is simply actually enthusiastic to us is we are concentrated on being an innovation business in the sense of how we develop software application. We’re relocating to constructing our software application in a genuinely DevOps style. You construct your software application, you evaluate your software application, you release your software application, you handle your software application in your nimble group. We’re running in such a way where we can launch software application a growing number of all the time. If you call the cloud company, we’re there, and if you call the innovation, we are thinking of that innovation or utilizing that innovation. Due to the fact that we likewise release it at scale, it’s something to state, “I’m utilizing the cloud,” or, “I constructed a mobile application.” It’s another to utilize those innovations for 60 million consumers regularly. That is not simply extremely challenging from the user experience, however even the back-end of the pipes and how we reconsider or reimagine how we supply the fundamental services to make that take place. Those sorts of things are actually appealing to engineers. It’s what gets me and individuals here thrilled, too. That’s the important things that our company believe is truly drawing individuals to the company.
Laurel: Delivering services at scale plainly is essential and likewise, as you stated, among those appealing functions. What is it about the banking market that makes it so appealing to technologists?
Gill: When I was very first approached to sign up with a bank, Laurel, with complete openness, I stated what I believed most technologists generally are believing: “A bank. I do not wish to sign up with a bank. I wish to sign up with an innovation business.” I understand I offered a bit about what an innovation business is and how I believe we are an innovation business. When you think of banking and you think of the innovation that we have, we use innovation at excellent scale. The very first part is, in order to provide the services we have, there’s no method we can’t be utilizing innovation. What truly makes an innovation business is how you believe about the method you work with groups, the method that you groom groups, the method that you develop your software application, the method that you release that software application, as I discussed. It’s the manner in which you handle that software application production. It’s how you arrange around items, not around your service systems. It’s how you consume over the consumer experience. That is what we are doing at JPMorgan Chase. And when you consider the innovation issues we’re resolving, the manner in which we are resolving them, there’s no much better location to be due to the fact that we are moving from lots of heritage innovations into contemporary, cloud-based innovations. We’re restoring, re-plumbing our whole deposit platform in a cloud-native way. That is something that drives trillions of dollars of our deposits. And we’ll be moving that to a contemporary community that we release regularly, in a managed, well-managed method. This is exceptionally interesting. It’s thrilling in fact, when I speak about it. We make the distinction in individuals’s lives. Individuals ask if we are actually devoted to this sort of modification. We invest for JPMorgan, $12 billion on innovation yearly. In my department, $4 billion alone. There’s one thing for all the words that I’ve utilized on what we’re doing, however likewise we’re putting our cash where our mouth is, which is amazing.
Laurel: And you’ve discussed a few of those innovations that you’re purchasing, like artificial intelligence, expert system, microservices and all of these innovations drive that item advancement and digital engagement for clients. Looking forward, what are you thinking of for the future of banking and the banking innovation?
Gill: There are a couple of locations where I believe the future is. One is cooperation in basic throughout our different organization systems. Among the factors we’re doing this improvement and we’re truly improving how we run, is to move– and I’ll utilize API as an example– however to allow our groups to be able to innovate at rate beyond simply their regional department. Organizing around our item groups makes it much easier for us to construct those items. By likewise making sure that we have APIs and the information that is available throughout those groups, groups can innovate and check out in a really nimble style, which is empowering our engineers and designers, information, and so on, to be able to do things they when could not do. I believe you’re visiting more of this taking place, where I can utilize aspects of information or a service from other parts of the bank within my mobile app that produce a more engaging experience for our consumers.
But I believe the other part of the future of banking truly is customization. We understand that you simply reserved a journey. We can make other suggestions while you’re making that reservation. If we see a flight is postponed, we can act instantly. If we determine that you have a huge inflow of cash, we can assist you when it pertains to, in genuine time, inform you where you might be investing that cash better, what you ought to be conserving. The list happens with the type of experiences we can develop. And they’re not simply restricted to our mobile or web app, however it’s throughout our entire community. When you’re in a branch, that sort of information can inform us, I understand that you’ve called us about other kinds of items, or I saw you carry out some experience on our mobile application, and we might connect all of it together to a really individualized experience where you’re a consumer of one, which’s an actually amazing future, I believe.
There’s likewise simply a bit of the roadway less taken a trip. We understand there are going to be things that we require to do or innovations that we have not truly tapped. You can see that taking place regularly. That’s why we are constantly on the search for the finest technologists in the market and what we have our technologists doing here, which is what have we not opened. Since there are certainly things that we understand we’re going to require to do in the future. We’re not searching for individuals that understand how to do whatever today. We’re trying to find those who wonder and would like to know and want to find out, “Okay, how do I require to do this in the future?” Since all the important things I simply suggested, I make sure there will be something even well beyond that in the coming years.
The other part of the future is variety. I pointed out prior to that varied and inclusive groups are simply much better groups. We understand that by science, not simply anecdote, and we desire this to be that sort of location. We desire our groups to be that method. We desire an environment where everyone brings their entire self to work. I believe you’re visiting that a growing number of, not simply here, however much more broadly. It’s crucial, since I do believe that it is a secret sauce to how we establish items, since keep in mind, the countless clients that we have, they are likewise varied. It does not matter who you are therefore our individuals ought to show those individuals we serve so we can make much better items, can comprehend our consumers more. Which I believe is very interesting to me on what I believe the future of banking keeps in shop.
Laurel: Excellent. Thank you Gill, for joining us today on business Lab.
Gill: My enjoyment, thank you for having me.
Laurel: That was Gill Haus, who is a primary details officer for customer and neighborhood banking at JPMorgan Chase, who I spoke with from Cambridge, Massachusetts, the house of MIT and MIT Technology Review, neglecting the Charles River.
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