35 Burst results for "2021"

Blacks More Likely to Committ Hate Crimes Than Whites

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 1 d ago

Blacks More Likely to Committ Hate Crimes Than Whites

"Critical piece by Heather McDonald and city journal. Again, from 2016 to 2020, blacks nationally were twice as likely to commit a hate crime as white, according to FBI data. In New York ten he ten to 2020 blacks were two and a half times as likely as whites to commit a hate crime. Blacks in Los Angeles committed anti Asian hate crimes at 5 times the rate of whites in 2021, according to internal data. Blacks in LA committed anti hate crimes, crimes at 7 times the rates of whites. An anti semitic hate crimes 2.4 times the rate of whites. Blacks committed anti trans hate crimes at two and a half times the rate of Hispanics. There were no white suspects in anti trans hate crimes in LA in 2021. Blacks committed anti Hispanic hate crimes in Los Angeles at 13.5 times the rate of whites in 2021. In other words, your lied to, by the president of the United States, the Democratic Party, The New York Times, regularly, on a daily basis. If I'm wrong, I should

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What's the Latest on the Pennsylvania Primary Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | 1 d ago

What's the Latest on the Pennsylvania Primary Race?

"Well, David, we have an embarrassment of riches today as far as topics go. I've got this list here. We can go through for an hour, but let's see where we're at. Let's start with Pennsylvania Senate race. David McCormick is a mirror 987 votes behind Doctor Oz and they are still counting. What do you think's going on there? Man, $64,000 question. It's possible that when all the votes are counted and the mcclernand will be on top, even if he's not, and I'd rather be awes of I had to choose at this point. I'd always really rather be the guy in front. Even if I've holds them off, there's going to be a recount because it's going to be triggered under state law. The candidate that's losing at the end of regulation can forgo the recount and just decide to lose. I just don't think that's going to happen here. Of course, the real news here is that the McCormick campaign is suing in state court to compel all 67 counties to count mail in ballots that were received on time and have no other flaw except for there is no gate handwritten on the outside of the envelope as required by state law. Now, they're using a you're the lawyer here, but they're using a decision rendered by the third circuit on Friday that have nothing to do with this election, but at 2021 election at Lehigh county Pennsylvania. It said such balance should be counted

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US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

"The birth rate in the United States remains well below the rates from before the pandemic The birth rate in 2020 was its lowest in nearly 50 years It went up by 1% in 2021 still below pre-pandemic numbers The lead author of a CDC report on births in 2021 says much of the increase was among older mothers and women who postpone pregnancy plans because of the uncertainty surrounding the early days of the pandemic with the largest increase 5% among women in their late 30s There were nearly 3.7 million births last year up about 100,000 from 2020 The rates rose for both Hispanic and white women but fell for Asian black Native American and Alaska native women I'm Tim McGuire

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Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In

"Do you think you'll be different? If George was like Virginia that held an off year off presidential governor's race, I know Virginia, New Jersey, always hold that race right after a presidential that next year and it's always looked as a bellwether for that in Georgia. If we had done that, it would have been a year out less than 8 months from do you think the message would have been I mean, it would have been different or do you think it possibly but still be the same? You know, it's always hard to tell. I mean, you know, there's an old adage that time heals all wounds. I don't know that I buy that old adage. Time heals a lot of wounds, but it doesn't heal all wounds. And so yeah, look, what our state went through with as close as the presidential election was. And then with the two Senate runoffs that we had where we lost both of them, that was a lot for our state to go through. And so, you know, I do think we're in a better position today than we were in, let's say, 2021. And so, you know, I guess from a macro level, my answer to that question would be, yeah, I think we're, I think we will be in a better position in November of 2022 than we were in November of 2021. That isn't always the case, right? Because, you know, there are so many variables that go into why people vote. There are so many variables that go into the intensity of what the base has. And one of the reasons that I think Republicans in spite of having a. Very nasty race for governor between David perdue and Brian camp, one of the reasons I've always thought, even sent from the day that David got in that I've always thought that we could beat Stacey Abrams is because I think the environment in 2022 for Republicans, it might be, it could possibly be the best midterm environment that we've seen in our lifetimes.

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House Budget Chairman Signifies the Stupidity Governing Our Country

The Trish Regan Show

01:27 min | 3 d ago

House Budget Chairman Signifies the Stupidity Governing Our Country

"I want to share with you a clip. This was recorded at a rotary club meeting back in September of 2021. This is the chairman of the House budget committee who seems to think that all you have to do if you need money is go to the Treasury Department and say we need money and they write a check and it's all okay because you know what? It's just monopoly money. Who cares, right? Watch. We don't have the balance of. We don't like the bank or the novel question. We created one of the channels on Monday everybody else plays the game. I'm laughing but I shouldn't laugh. I should really be crying, okay? That is the chair. The chairman of the House budget committee, saying we are like the banker in monopoly. We create the money, everybody else just plays the game with it. That is the level folks of stupidity, we have this representative from Kentucky, a Democrat who thinks he can print money. This is the stupidity that's governing our country. And this is the reason why you are paying more at the gas pumps than you'll continue to pay more. This is why it costs more to feed your family. We won't even get into the baby formula supply shortage, which is a total mess that should have been dealt with far earlier on. We have stupid people in Washington, D.C., that affect really big policies.

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Energy Secretary Granholm: Biden Policies Didn't Affect Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Energy Secretary Granholm: Biden Policies Didn't Affect Gas Prices

"Josh hawley is a listener to the text my pillow text line just pointed out. Josh hawley was one of only 11 who didn't agree with sending $40 billion of our money, taxpayer money to Ukraine. The texture says he's great. We need more like him. Listen to senator hawley confronting this mealy mouth wishy washy, non committal energy secretary because after all, one would think that when people are looking at maybe $6 a gallon for gas, they got to deflect blame. And the record high gas prices have to be anybody's fault, but theirs listen to this exchange. And I'm sure you've seen the reporting this morning that now triple-A is projecting that gas prices will hit a national average average of $6 a gallon by the month of August, is this acceptable to you? No, it is not. And you can thank the activity of Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine and pulling a oh, nonsense. With all due respect, madam secretary, that's utter nonsense. In January of 2021, the average gas price in my state was $2 and 7 cents. 8 months later, 8 months later, long before Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, that price was up over 30%, and it has been going up consistently since. What are you doing to reverse this administration's policies that are drawing down our own supply of energy in this country that are throttling oil and gas production in the United States of America? What are you doing about it? Sir, it is not administration policies that have affected supply and demand. How can you say

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Are You Ready for the PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Program?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 5 d ago

Are You Ready for the PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Program?

"COVID. You just want to get healthy. You want to take off ten, 20, 40, 50 pounds, my son, Brian said, dad, how have you been losing this weight? I said it's called PhD weight loss and nutrition. He said, well, I need to lose about 2021 pounds. Yep, he hit his goal last week. 21 pounds of weight loss for my oldest son. This is an extraordinary program. And you got to be ready to make the commitment. You're never hungry? I had a nice turkey burger last night with some mozzarella cheese. I had cauliflower slices instead of buns because you don't eat bread or buns. Sometimes I feel like a big, I feel like a big quarter pounder with cheese. I get the quarter pounder with cheese and I go get the cauliflower slices and put the quarter powdered cheese between those two slices and they taste great and that's all approved. I mean, I could go all day long on the food to eat. I had the PhD oatmeal this morning with some half and half. Apple cinnamon oatmeal. Scrambled eggs, here's what it starts with the phone call to make to book your consultation. Here's their number. 8 6 four two 5 two 49 25. You could write it down 8 6 four two 5 two 49 25 or just go online, their website is my PhD weight

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World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 d ago

World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap

"On world B day the UN's food and agriculture organization is celebrating the diversity of bees and beekeeping systems Bees are at risk from habitat loss due to farming human habitation and pesticides Beekeeper Samuel moany in Kenya says 2021 was not a good year Due to the climate coach plus we had a low cost inversion the mechanism which were used in their control it was used by spraying which affected the big keeping doctor Elliott yule a researcher at southeastern Kenya university says habitat loss is also a major issue for bees Every time you cut down trends then you get rid of nectar and pollen And this is the food for the beans And when there's no food for the bees then it leads to colonies He says livestock people agriculture people environment people and of course beekeepers must work together to save the bees I'm Ed

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New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 6 d ago

New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

"In Georgia It was a very simple law Basically implemented some voting day measures measures which would make it really easy to vote but to make it a little bit harder to cheat I say a little bit because you can still cheat I wish you couldn't but you can It's sad but you can see if you want to cheat you can still cheat And one of them involved voter ID Oh my gosh did the left loose their minds Here's The New York Times from April of 2021 by a guy named Nick Horace and Reid J Epstein these people sound very very intelligent They write for The New York Times so clearly they're smarter than us They wrote in April of 2020 when Nick chorus Senate what George is voting law really does The New York Times analyzed the state's new 98 page law And identified 16 key provisions that will get ready Limit ballot access oh no we can't have that limit ballot That sounds terrible My gosh what would you want to limit ballot access New York Times notes it will also potentially confuse voters They think you're an

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U.S. Shortage Led Parents to Order European, Black Market Baby Formula

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last week

U.S. Shortage Led Parents to Order European, Black Market Baby Formula

"There are large Facebook groups devoted to European formulas she writes where parents share spreadsheets and detailed notes on ingredients and how these formulas compare in their U.S. counterparts she notes This was written a year ago Some caregivers report choosing them because European brands offer certain formula options like those made from goat's milk Our mug from Pasteur from pasture raised cows Which are rare nonexistent in an FDA regulated form in the U.S. Other European brands because of the perception that the formulas are of a higher quality And that European formula regulations are stricter she wrote So on this sort of black market it turns out Americans are willing to pay big bucks for European formula Zelensky says that on one website selling EU baby formula you'll find German imports that run roughly $26 for a 400 gram box Which is about quadruple the price of the top U.S. baby formulas recommended by the times Now at times these nefarious black market imports have resulted in high profile busts like in April 2021 when U.S. customs and border protection agents in Philadelphia seized 588 cases of baby formula and valued at $30,000 that violated the FDA's quote import safety regulations So European babies are drinking this stuff left and right you see But our FDA won't allow these formulas into the United States Some may contend the FDA is simply keeping Americans and their babies safe which is no doubt what regulators want you to believe But this overlooks an inconvenient fact despite the FDA's efforts Americans are consuming vast amounts of black market baby formula and the children are doing just fine

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FEE: How Government Created the Baby Formula Shortage

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last week

FEE: How Government Created the Baby Formula Shortage

"There's a great site dot com to freedom based site It's a group that's been around since I was a kid It's been around a long long time And of course the propagandists like Buttigieg in the others are out there left and right but as they write here Christina now that's not her All right it cut off on my printer but let's get to the facts Few may realize if a baby formula is one of the most regulated food products in America You know who said that The New York Times Back in March 2021 Christina selenski writing in The New York Times said baby formula is one of the most tightly regulated through pilots in the U.S. With the Food and Drug Administration dictating the nutrients and vitamins and setting strict rules about how formulas produced packaged and labeled Well there's only four companies that do this Well now you know why It's so heavily regulated Nobody can really break into the market Despite these regulations more likely because of them many American parents buy an approved unapproved European formula even though New York Times reporters zelensky notes it's technically against the law There are large Facebook groups devoted to European formulas she writes where parents share spreadsheets and detailed notes on ingredients and how these formulas compare in their U.S. counterparts she notes This was written a year ago Some caregivers report choosing them because European brands offer certain formula options like those made from goat's milk Our mug from Pasteur from pasture raised cows Which are rare nonexistent in an FDA regulated form in the U.S. Other European brands because of the perception that the formulas are of a higher quality

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Drug Overdose Reaches Record High in 2021

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | Last week

Drug Overdose Reaches Record High in 2021

"Prices for groceries rose, dining out airline travel, other services, gasoline prices reached a new high this week. There is a very troubling story.

Chicago's Lori Lightfoot Urges 'Call to Arms' Against Supreme Court

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Chicago's Lori Lightfoot Urges 'Call to Arms' Against Supreme Court

"We're going to lead the show today with Lori Lightfoot. Because it's just, it's just shocking. What's going on? Regarding some of these hysterical left wing reactions to the leaked scotus opinion by justice Alito. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, I'm reading from the post millennial issues call to arms over U.S. Supreme Court. Lightfoot tweeted Monday night to my friends in the LGBTQ+ community. The Supreme Court is coming for us next this moment has to be a call to arms. She followed that up with. We will not surrender our rights without a fight, a fight to victory. Now, what makes this particularly appalling is if you contrast mayor lightfoot's tweets with that of her tweets around January 6th, 2021. During which she tweeted, I am in disbelief with what is unfolding in D.C. right now. President Trump and his enablers incited this violence, shame on every elected official in Congress and elsewhere who fomented this anti democratic insurrection by extremists. This is not democracy. This is a disgrace. So what's good for the goose should be good for the Gander here, miss

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Inflation Under Joe Biden vs. Ronald Reagan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Inflation Under Joe Biden vs. Ronald Reagan

"So I thought to myself and I like to do this on my Fox show this weekend too that wouldn't it be really great Wouldn't it be terrific to just go back and take a look at history The last time we had an inflationary economic crisis what did Ronald Reagan do Because I have the numbers showing that Reagan turned it around quickly So I pulled up this article because Biden's blaming everyone Again he wants to hike taxes here This is an article from Chris Talbot It's from the hill It's from last year May of 2021 I say it's from last year because Jen Psaki just said Jim then we play it in the last hour Jen Psaki said nobody warned them about this inflation thing Nobody would have A bunch of dopes and people believe it Nobody warned you Here's may 13th What's today's date May 10th So this was almost exactly a year ago minus three days That a guy by the name of Chris talgo who I don't know but it's a very good piece wrote a piece in the hill anyone could have seen He said Biden should take a page out of Reagan's inflation killing playbook So when Ronald Reagan got into the Oval Office in 1980 he notes he inherited an economy struggling with runaway inflation In January of 1980 inflation was 13.9% So in other words under the Reagan years when he first got into office folks the inflation problem was even worse When Biden got into office inflation was running two to 3% Brandon there managed to make it make an explode to 8 and a half percent So when Reagan got into office inflation was 13.9% By April it increased the 14.8% This is what he inherited from Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan Far worse almost double what Biden's got now

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Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?

"Ramona from North Carolina, Charlie, are we ever going to get justice? For what they did during the lockdowns. She has some pretty, let's say aggressive four letter words in there, some swear words. So I'm not going to continue that. So I'm just going to summarize her question like that. There's a new story out that pairs nicely with Ramona's question. Remote learning according to freebie dot com had an even worse effect on U.S. students education than was previously known. K through 12 students who attended school from home in the 2021 school year lost 50% of their typical math curriculum learning, according to a Harvard study. Quote Emily oster from Brown university said it's pretty clear that remote school was not good for learning. Oh, who would have possibly been able to predict this? Anthony Fauci and all these people, Deborah birx, the scarf woman, did so much damage to our country. Children are at a low risk of severe illness of death from COVID-19 in school transmissions is also extremely rare. Quote, in places where schools reopened that summer and fall, the spread of COVID was not noticeably worse than in places where schools remain closed. Schools also reopen in parts of Europe without seeming to spark outbreaks. This is intergenerational abuse. While grandparents were able to still go, golf outside and see their property values increase their grandkids had masks on being abused in schools. Now, I'm not blaming the grandparents. I'm not. But there were plenty of people that recept the generis and octogenarians that were perfectly fine with locking down the country. While their kids and their grandkids and grandkids in particular have been totally and completely and permanently damaged by the lockdown agenda.

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Nina Jankowicz: CRT Is Disinformation in Virginia

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Nina Jankowicz: CRT Is Disinformation in Virginia

"Here's another one This is the minister of truth here Nina jankovic again Sewage and disinformation specialist Here she is talking about CRT critical race theory Which ladies and gentlemen you've been watching your kids on Zoom while they left this shut us down and locked us out of schools You've seen it You've heard it You've seen the lesson plans You've seen it on websites You've seen the libs of TikTok account on social media Literally put liberals own words on social media about how they're indoctrinating your kids with CRT Here's Nina Cenk which again practicing the dipsy doo flipper roo the one 80 reversal best defense is a good offense theory By claiming that any mention of CRT is another again a Republican conspiracy theory and is disinformation itself Again the strategically beautiful I know I'm guilty of supporting this racist critical racism training So let's accuse our opponents of being conspiracy theorists for talking about what I already know to be true Here listen to yourself Critical race theory has become one of those hot button issues that the Republicans and other disinform who are engaged in disinformation for profit frankly there are plenty of media outlets that are making money off of those too have seized on And I live in Virginia and in loudoun county that's one of the areas where people have really honed in on this topic This is the disinformation czar She just said to you Jim you heard it right I live in Virginia CRT critical race theory That's disinformation by Republicans Here we go Quadrupled club of paper flip hat tip Rush Limbaugh Spoke to his brother David lesson What a great guy Fox News October 30th 2021 Virginia Department of Education website promotes CRT

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UN: Record number of people without enough to eat in 2021

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

UN: Record number of people without enough to eat in 2021

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Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years

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"2021" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"2021" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Let's get into that a little bit with regards like some of the work that you're doing to actually represent the human voice and its uniqueness. I think this is again. This is a this is an exclusive. Look right now in terms of like how you doing it. But when we i chatted and shared some of this with me i it just. It was stunning quite frankly <hes>. And it just showed the beauty. I think of the human voice and also the uniqueness. An a bit like a snowflake. There's no two that are like. I think this is really cool. So why don't we pull that up and let's <hes>. I'll let you tee it up. If you want to take some more before we pull it up here. Yeah i will say one more thing. So when i sites move away from music and just voice in a traditional sense. What i realize is that many people find it all to acknowledge and take time to appreciate the uniqueness of the voice and the function of the houses as a system and its sewing tech world so our relationships a working relationship so loving relationships but also off sense of self so this very interesting phenomenon where you take the times with manager voice and you think about its role. There's this reinforcement of your own identity and that narrative plate into quite a few of tech based projects whether it was creating official twin which i could perform with a second self but then continuations of that voice sculptures so things systems that integrate voice states into full and color. So my previous collaborations have led to a brand new project. Who voice gyms which really glazed on this narrative that there were opportunities for voice centered design and especially with the explosion of the nfc space and myself being in the digital intech off space for a long time. This project is about synthesizing worthies experiences into something very tangible and challenging value and challenging our ideas of what is wasted digital preciousness. How can we have a tech based project that tackles those things but also reminds us of the beauty of avoids

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"2021" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"2021" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"It strikes me when i've seen the different voice platforms and this isn't surprising. But they were kind built with a little bit of a web mentality in mind like this is a defined. ui flow the kind of defines. How i do things. And so i built this kind of framework with that kind of thinking in line. I don't blame. The people did it because everyone would do the same thing. Voices new but really voices so dot defined so open. People say things out of order. They can go back they. Can you know we do it. All the time in our conversations and i it feels to me like the existing frameworks sometimes get awfully rigid. Is how they want you to to things that that that then you end up writing an awful lot of code and i to. I hate writing plumbing coat yet. I want something that takes away a bunch of that plumbing for me and then right right interesting stuff we're still with any of the platforms writing a bunch of plumbing code because they haven't been optimized but we're still in early days. I mean look at all. Just go back to your example of the early web alan. It was pretty bad. It was pretty hard in the nineties to write web applications. And it's yeah people people who weren't there at the time don't don't remember what it was like. Yeah they don't and so you've got to give it time to mature and and understand and it's a completely different medium to and so there's different needs there <hes>. And i was. I was thinking when you're talking about a set of reasonable components. I had a dream reusable source components. Yes very big fan of open source. I think that would be a great <hes>. Great contribution to the voice community such as snl markup. But you know it's interesting like i wonder if we'll get to a point if you look on the web world and that i mean you can actually go out and buy components that do things and i haven't seen that so much invoice. I know there's like some believe there's a website that launch fairly recently that has a bunch of ap l. examples and actually selling some. I thought that was really interesting. I thought that was encouraging to the industry. If someone could find a way to monetize and create something where there's these reusable components that can be used and they don't have to come from the platform providers me as an independent third party. Developer can create them. Obviously yes beautiful to be open source but also okay. If they're a little closed they're being sold. I mean not just that will open it up a lot and if you look at the web and mobile. There's just so many frameworks it's almost. What framework do i start with.

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"2021" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"2021" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"With the arrival of devices in our in our in our homes our kitchens and our living rooms people are accessing information in a much different way. And i think that <hes>. You know especially the public stations with news and information <hes>. Tell us a little bit about that. With regards to how people are accessing <hes>. Your your radio broadcast content via devices. And are you seeing like a you know you see a big shift from traditional radio to people accessing digitally through the devices right so radio is still the most widely used media in the united states and and i think that local <hes>. Local news is just so important to us. And what's interesting is that boyce in digital assistance are just very personal <hes>. And so it's a great match because <hes>. To have this this personal connection to be able to ask for news content <hes>. That's important to you when you want. It is is is really just one more new avenue for people to get content. So it's it's not really in any way. A replacement for for broadcast media is just one more channel one more way for for listeners. To to stay engaged in informed. You know it's interesting. I think that <hes>. Yeah it's not it. It is a new channel. But i have to say like you know people like me. I mean finding. That's our my primary channel. Whether i'm in my home or now my car i'm using digital services to access my content so it definitely has you know i just noticed in my own behavior how much that's changed

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Are sports. Bran were sports organizations. Sports club anybody's ever worked in. The sports industry. Knows that you know. We operate as a small business. Our resources review we are strapped. A little bit in terms of how many people are actually in our organization. Even though i think we re tend to lean the little heavier on our side rightfully so. I think we're doing a lot everywhere but we also want to be mindful. We can't hire alexa amazon alexa developers. We can't google news feed developers and <hes>. You know i would love to hire them to be honest with you but at the end of the day you know we try to partner with vendors. Who help us be as nimble as possible so that we can bring that vendor versatility and at which allows us to play freely an truly focused on our content strategy versus thinking about. How do we program this. How do we not program. Business overall <unk>. Thinking about strategy. The one thing that we realized is <hes>. We didn't want to just do something as <hes>. As as this kind of luted to is we have podcasts distribution channels every weekend absolutely just put all of our podcasts right on our voice channels and be done with it and we would kind of check off that box i think for us what was important is how do we program nuances voice interactions and so have you where we can ultimately start having conversational content without their so if a fan is asking for x. y. they're able to not only get xyz but also taken down a path of potentially learning more about additional content and things of that sort <hes>. You know my kids play with the disney app. All the time. And mickey comes on and he'll he'll kind of go and ask some trivia questions that my kids are so engaged. Because they're talking with mickey and they like mickey and i'm every week the contents fresh different right so <hes>. We wanted the ability to program such content without having the you know having a higher additional engineers to help us have program. Weakened weak out. We'll to the philadelphia eagles voice assistance. Here's some things you can say. Good storm you've been saying play. The latest eagles insider podcast flexibility to program really quickly is really what we're looking for and and and our voice is really what costs you know. We'll talk more about the product. I'm sure but you know. We love that flexibility. Beloved nimble nests for rebel. To do what we wanna do week over week. We changed certain. Uh strategic points depending on men's losses in our team is performing what they're doing and what they're not doing all the different nuances the program very easily and really best the solution. We're looking for

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"We have a new report coming couple of weeks time in partnership with our friends at google will show that it. We're seeing a lot more people using voice across multiple different platforms while they're doing that in mobile in that call and of say at a small speaker animal tradition traditional sense. Even though it's not been that long for its tradition. I think <hes>. You mentioned that of the drive through experience as well so one of the receipt of the pandemic has been the impact. It's had on people. Wanting to drive through news takeaway business obviously fall. Moore's been unable to spend time installs. What do you see the opportunity for voice when it comes to place on the move in the car and overseeing the drive through in the future because it's a large and growing pause mcdonald's business by nationally. Yeah it's such an important offices such <unk>. You you'll know. Show everyone what you will. Mcdonald's kinda you know. He's the leader on dry for <unk>. A hugely busy during the pandemic as we reopened we will saying kind of those accused the published on abc news etc. I am and that's something that we we need to continue driving as a business during that reopening period. I think it was lost nigerian time. I actually went to work in one of my local restaurants. And not because you know. It's been a long time since i've been kind of on the ground in the field like that and we looked opportunities to try and make that experience better. I'm <unk> <unk>. Comes to mind was how we can use the my on apps i yeah having customers passengers <unk>. Reordering on the mobile app and website. Pay meant they can skip the old point on the cashier. Windy mainly we could just find on delivery of that food so that really sped up the dry for experience. Then kind of translate that into voice and how powerful that can like if you've got alexa siri and google assistant in 'cause <unk>. Secular off the happens isn't hind but like you say it's in the it's michael got into the drive through. Tell us a little bit while you see that going. Yes i like. I said if you have him if you have a good list and will. There's a top of voice products in your car than is dislike. Having one of those dr fru ordering in your car that you can have your family toolkit wrote a two ahead of riding on but donald side you could be on a motorway. Heading heading to a mcdonalds. A savvy station or you could just allen a day trip employees will. The family members are interacting with voice building their ruler so the point the arrive at the restaurant you can then seamlessly glide through the dry free on. You're just my skipping. The order point and the payment window guiding t collection win or even skip the dry food together and i mentioned clicking staff. Previously that can a new product for us is a collection going importance.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

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"So with regards to interfacing with customers out there <hes>. If i'm i'm looking for a flight or maybe i want a book light and i want to use my off. The shelf assistant <hes>. Let's talk a little bit about that interface and the the end customer. Okay <hes>. i would say like <hes>. What we kurt. We have a chat bot in sitting cafe. Kathy pacific talking musical variety. It is also <unk>. Mobile app so away. Business to ultimately like a frequently asked questions <unk>. Crushes related to check in change booking and baggage allowance even a even <unk>. Load the operations related question such as like sparring airline miles you name it and and but i think what i want to share or abou- easter i think it gives a chat bots strategy. I think this is something that could be useful. Awful other corporates absolutely definitely. Let's talk about that. Yeah yeah so we're talking about won't talk about how we occurred positioning chat bots coronation that you i and so what we is. What the chad does that objectives. First of all because we won't talk about automation white. So we wanna be able to lower operating costs of our contact centers right. How can we not talk about reducing agents. How can we juice the unnecessary contact with customers. So that the agent can handle more complicated cases malkani hacks case right right not to provide that to a satisfaction could agents so they're actually doing jobs and also provide a service quality and the second objective is how can we move on any obstacle in the customer journey at preflight and posts so that the customer can can get converted faster and <hes>. So though so in terms in terms of strategic planning we have created this servicing funnel concept. <hes> pham south surgeries the mobile app and also website. Where debate where people actually like a search for flights and do check in a managed at brookings two in the lowest dream <hes>. The human agents the actual call so imagine like before chat bot defunding goes from the south surfaces and live chat and the contact center agent <hes>. Handling the car right and the low what gets in the funnel the higher the cost of resolution so the outcome that we are looking at chief by placing a i in the middle of funnel is not about <hes> that we want to cannibalize our feature. I mean i mean kim busted features in our digital platforms each properties or to replace the agents the angle they were looking at. How can we create hominy liking the fundamental <hes>. That when we put a chat bot in the middle what what we want you to do that. Too at the edge point that determines would issue can be resolved effectively

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Would hope we start to see more intent based queries for the actual general assistance <unk>. Googles of the world where are no longer asking acknowledged based queries like hey hotels april tower. It's i'm hungry right. It's more of an intention and we start to see that consumer behavior shifts. There's a bit of a chicken and egg <unk>. Around this but let's just accent assume or a perfect world for a second when you see that consumer may shift words. I'm hungry or you know. Where's the nearest restaurant is another way to say i'm hungry right. You're implicitly saying that you're going to start to see these assistance act more like search engines which is really exciting. Because i think that's when <hes>. You know we can start to viewer assistance. The reason why they're called assistance right. They're meant to be helpful mill to help us in our everyday tasks not just voice you know. Search of google acceptable often with a lot of assistance are for most folks. It's whether alarm clocks ability to search for information <hes>. We want to be able to <hes>. Access manipulating engage with information right <hes>. I think we'll definitely see that in the next five years. Ten years is like without with extreme certainty <hes>. Two years is a little bit. you know. It's plausible and then in five years. I i feel pretty confident that you'll start to see the voice assistance that we all know in us today really become search engines and the allowing access the world around it access information and access services around us really with the use of a personal assistant concierge that we have in our home.

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02:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Wanna highlight play <unk>. The audience orden and invoice will be the gender. It is absolutely very much already happening. In these emerging markets. Like today. I would say a businesses in india africa and southeast asia. Almost half theme dimensions <unk>. And whatsapp is emerging as a very very big channel. Moore's what's whatsapp. The platform itself has launched new features just this month <hes>. Which is now sits facebook and whatsapp launching these features. Regina lean more much to happen so it's a very <unk>. Thing in this part of the water so your advice to those out there that are that are watching this interview <hes>. Pay attention pay. Close attention to what's happening <hes>. Look at <hes>. Definitely be looking at. What's app <hes> <hes>. For the for the brands out there for for customer interaction. Great customer interaction point and. Now it's a point of commerce so so noted <hes>. Any predictions for two thousand twenty two. I love what you said that you feel like the pandemic accelerated this market by year. Maybe even to <hes>. Any predictions for you know. Twenty twenty two <hes>. That you would like to share novem hunter. Another one to me <hes>. Many predictions i think. Go i do something else. Which is the thing that. I lose my sleep over <hes>. If there was that was the best. The thing that i lose my sleep over these days the most days over the next eighteen months. There's going to be some massive disruption as these something. That's something that's going to give. Yvette is going to be <hes>. You know some big product breakthrough some big tech breakthrough. You know editing in the water. Moving to whatsapp or who will business messages on alexa or alexei is going to be ready to become bigger like there's going to be something that's gonna you know almost addicting point where something is happening if this is even bigger than what we have. I don't know what that is yet. A lot of making different bags in areas which we think are going to pan out certain way share. But i think that's going to if <unk>. Now we're talking about similar things. I'd be surprised

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"To multiple ways for google assistant. I'm jessica now. Majel advocate for google assistant. So google is the virtual system annuals conversations between you the user and cool to get things done and google assistant is available over nineteen languages in over eighty countries. Which is fantastic. It's available on smartest us on android phones iphones. Google homes voice activated speakers and more and you can take advantage and leverage that reach by extending the google assistant by creating your own actions. And you could do that. By using our platform actions on google and everyone has different needs and resources when it comes to your own products injure at your own brands in your own projects. We've actually delighted and organize the waste built around the different mechanisms of resources that you might have so. Let's go is each of us are going to start off with content actions into your a website podcast recipe lists. You could do. Is you can actually optimize efforts by sending them to google assistant. You can structure your websites. So then google search could consume. That'd be able to service it to your users. I think of the same thing with google assistant. And so on. Your the jew is just add in schema dot org structure your sites in a way that google <unk>. Also understanding consumer able to deliver your content so these type of categories usually fall in. The bucket alike cues how to guides news. Catherine recipes and i have do is add at structure data markup to make your content available in a richer way on search which also apply to be having all that content being delivered on wilson too. So here's an example of a podcast where they're just using ours. S and being able to add in non structured data so that it can be optimized to work both research amp for the assistance.

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Imagine this you're working on a team. That's building a game for actions on google. You're getting to the point in the development process where you can see the light at the end of the tunnel that first releases coming well with any luck. You're a member of a savvy team that has done the work ahead of time to think about marketing plan. You know it's critical to understand your audience and have a plan to reach them long before your app hits the virtual shelves in addition to that. You've worked with your team to define some metrics for success so that you know whether or not you're marketing campaigns are doing a good job of reaching the audience. You're looking for when it comes to putting together a marketing plan. I'm pretty fond of this quote. A design isn't finished until using it. When you're wearing marketers hat your goal is to bring a compelling message to that somebody and to get them to tryout. You're cool new game. We'll break our marketing. Plan down into a few steps first off. Let's talk about the building blocks of strategic marketing. If you're watching is because you're a developer remember. This stuff is good to know no matter what having broad understanding of your team's goals for launch can only help you point towards success when thinking about how to market your game you want to assemble a coalition of team members with a broad range of skills. Generally this cross functional team may include participation from the following groups public relations creative leads copywriting engineering and social media management. There's a few key activities you'll want to think about when developing your strategy you want to get to a shared understanding of your target audience evaluate your marketing channels and to think about measures of success. So that you can track how well your marketing activities are working defining. Your target audience should be based on the objective of your action specifically determine if you're trying to reach existing users or new users often building an action is a way to attract new customers thanks to the buzzer. This generates npr however given the nascent stage voici. In the average consumer's life. It's best to start with actions that target existing users and then tackle use cases that drive new user growth. Once you've learned more about how your existing users prefer to engage with your brand via voice for example. A game designed around managing a fictional sports team might initially target. Gamers are sports fans later. They can expand their audience to encourage new players outside of that core audience to try the game as you create your channel plan. Think about how your promotion pits in with your brands. Ecosystem and customer touch points. Remember that it's important to have a consistent and cross channel strategy look to wherever user traffic is greatest to highlight your actions availability

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"What do you think about the interactive advertising where that's where that's going to go in the next year to three year. Well i i think i think <hes>. Like like any advertising to florida to be successful right especially in audio. It needs to be highly conceptualize number one right so you need to be hitting the right people <hes>. and then <hes>. The right time with the right message with the right offer for them to to invest in in a in a back and forth because again back and forth is is asking asked. that's more than <unk>. So you're asking them to take a deep breath into speak to interrupt <hes>. Whatever foster had and just getting involved in a conversation. I remember a conversation. <hes> is very time <hes>. Interlaced right is independent so basically. I can't do anything else when i'm talking to the robot. I cannot right my text. i'm just. I i need to focus so therefore it's really important for <hes>. For this to take off for it could be done well and it's hard. It's hard to do it. Well but i think all the elements are there for this to be done. Well meaning context you know where they are what they're doing <hes> <hes>. Hopefully i have a history of what they like what they don't like right <hes>. And so it's all about doing <hes>. Doing it in a way that is going to not not be a backlash not as backlash right. Because i can see somebody. That's that might manoeuvres. Assiri somebody goes and tries to do it and desert in the wrong way and the whole thing gets contaminated by that experience <hes>. Especially it's a big president alarming. The lasting the last thing marketer wants to do is have a bad experience. I mean you. The the very definition of user experience is is that we we are using experiencing something that makes us feel smarter and more empowered.

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02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Audio station is something where <hes>. You could have your own bespoke content on your site. Somebody could click on that station and just hear the audio. That's coming out. So it's a little like your own customized radio station but it's an audio experience so in our case <hes>. Where the conference. It could be audio of talks <hes> and <hes> as opposed to <hes>. Just watching the video you can click it and suddenly you can listen to somebody's conversation. Is that right exactly. One one like the lowest hanging fruit. We're just watching this show in learning beta mode right right the lowest hanging fruit we've discovered right now is audio testimonies right ryan ask so i am. A fan of of voice was global summits. Right and i've been going through a conference for the longest time so i could go undergo thirty seconds of me saying good things about you right up and your conference and you could ask you can send an email say please leave a voice that's montiel and when somebody goes through your websites on this is one thing we learned is a marketers. Website is the center of their life. Right right you know social media all of it is part of it but website is very important so you go there. And you're able to listen to the money's. You're looking at webpage. Though as opposed to a video or or tax testimony people reading here. You're listening and you're going up and down the page and you're able to do those things at the same time at the same time and also voice right. You're hearing the person's character and emotions and will somebody expresses their appreciation of you using their voice. Right that's sort of more compelling than text only and it's less heavy than even ask than a video so if you ask ask me in your recorded video it's bigger <unk>. I love you know. we'll do it right. I will do it but it's an ask that's heavy on but if you just say go hand to court thirty seconds of you saying something good about us all right. I would do it in a write in a heartbeat. People would do it. Who have relationship with you. So so that thing that balance or that sort of the biggest bang for your effort right is is what makes believe audio so compelling so texas is easy you just type video is heavy but it has a lot of value because rises voice insurance but audio is a lot of bang for the effort of thirty seconds.

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Do you mean when you say accuracy when it comes to speech recognition. So that's a really really good question. How do we measure that when we talk about accuracy we're talking about. How many words correct did the system get so. We call this word race so often. It's you know the smaller. The number the more accurate system or we can talk in terms of accuracy. The higher the number the more accurate unperformed system is on what happens is as children get younger. The systems that have been on adult data. They have been modeling language adult behaviors. They work reasonably well for amateur ten-year-old nine ten ten twelve the beginning to sound like little adults now we all know that not all kids are like some kids take a little more development maturing but by the whole when they start getting a little bit older and they start looking adults. The system start form. Well what happens when children younger. What you see is the performance. The accuracy error rates of how many mistakes the system gets starts to die right. There's two different types of areas we talk and when you look at it is simply that the system isn't hearing the difference between a child and adult speech or is it in the language interpreting so sometimes when you talk to a voice assistant how you may be asking for something way out there that the system is no idea. So is able to transcribe what you said but it just can't match what you said to any reasonable response you get account response gone. I can't help you right now. I don't know that answer. Canned responses are quite a thing in speech recognition league. We're all aware of but there's another type of problem that exists is that when people with accents or dialects that are not served <hes> by these speech recognition systems. That you're starting to see some acoustically. It actually can't even transcribe that. I'm really see that problem when it comes to kids too. We like to think much more as if you're trying to deal with a system to understand a fifty year old male at a four year old girl you can start to see how different the child's speeches their language behaviors whether you're also trying to do for the pheromone your effectively boiling the ocean. You know it's going to work for some courts better than others and that can be age profiles. It can be <hes> in language dialects. And that's where we start to see bias so the system. Not performing for certain demographics as well as it does for others and dash can have very profound effects

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Why do we need voice technology specifically for children while the shelf speech recognition technology tends not to work very well for kids. It's akin to what speech recognition technology was for adults ten years ago which was pretty bad and nobody was really using it at the time. And there's very good reasons for this for kids. They're physically very different right you know. We know that they're they're vocal. Tracks are thinner and shorter the vocal folds of smaller so the actual physical voice resides in the different parts of the spectrum. There speech language is different. I mean you know. Children's language developed so much in those early years from two to four to six to eight to ten you can see how their languages maturing it's become more sophisticated is beginning to follow the language rules as they get older when they reach a by ten and they start sounding a little more mature but their behaviors are so different. I mean adults tend to be quite behaved. Very well actually. It's very little. I very bill speed. How adults when you take dialect and accent. We tend to try and follow the language rules than we tend to try and realize how we should interact with voice technology to get the best possible result but kids don't kids don't follow the language rules that behaviors. They along gate. Were they words. They over pronounce words. They p- unctuous <hes>. They showed the whispered they sing and their environments that they're in that they inhabit tend to be always noisy. I mean nobody is a four year old likes to go and have quite time on their own. They tend to be around the adults. They tend to be into their kids. They tend to be. Tv's in the background and adults token northward. Kids are in classrooms playgrounds from cars. When the us. I want to use voice technology. It's not in a quiet environment and we have to be really mindful of that. We also have to be mindful of the channels which <hes> children interact with technology. All different chipset from cheap old smartphones more expensive ipads to chromebooks two laptops to <hes>. Cheap microphones on toys. A voice technology built for kids has to work in all those environments all those channels and be able to cope with the very ability of kids speech <hes> speech in terms of their acoustically. How they sound on on the physical differences both well as the language and the behaviors. I'm very much so we need to protect kids. Data it far beyond what we. We consider important nine space in life. Our kids are sensitive sensitive when it comes to kids. We need to respect the privacy of kids data and that's critical as well

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

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"We will get boys and particularly at connector where i spend a lot of my time from a portfolio standpoint <hes>. You know you can equated to again. An experience that a consumer has using their iphone with siri <hes>. Or some of the other voice assistance. That are out there. Banks are starting to look at chat bots and then <hes>. Voice assistance to be able to drive some of the <hes>. More routine and incorporating that with a in the tech stack to be able to drive some of these <hes>. You know sixty eighty percent of the routine transactions that will enable consumers end destinies to self direct service and to minimize the cost and weight time and requirements. Come into a branch in order to be able to do some of <hes>. Some of these transactions. So it's very much an offload strategy as well as an opportunity to really serve consumers in a way that they had not been able to do <hes>. Because they're bringing in incremental data about trying to understand perhaps what next best action is for the consumer and and so if you combine boys as a an a a service strategy and you add into it the artificial intelligence and the machine learning associated with what potential service scenarios and sales and <hes>. You know surprising. The consumer with information that they can assess according to family profile and data. That has been permission. And i think that's one of the keys back to the state of peace if it has been permission by the customer than there's just a slew of opportunity to be able to use it both on what i would call offense and defense <hes>. To to to deliver a better <unk>. Consumer experience and to really get to the horrid of some pain points and i know <hes>. Mercy you do a ton of extraordinary work trying to actually discern. How do i understand. What some of these pain points are from consumers and not only resolve it. But get to what i would call next. Best action

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Sees tremendous value in investing in audible consumer technology. Use obligation can be. Broadly used to enhance the lives. Our members and we think that voice technologies are really natural fit allies with our mission and we want people to rebate wide. They want to read and this just gives them another option. Many of our members use audio books or text with audio read along as their main reading format so when we started looking into ways the to enhance the user experience with voice technology. We found a book. Share reader or smart speaker would be actually really good introduction for our members on ask -nology add share using ai and machine learning to really enhanced the we are members. Reading experience is going and for example where he using im. She'll learning to identify map equations in books. That don't already have <unk>. Tax accessibility and this tool that we bill actually finds these equations in the images and injects matt old text to describe that image and we're also creating math amount alongside a back which is really friendly for screen readers so the math equations when it's not already available in the original source <unk>. Actually surpised for the users and on smart speakers side. The voice technology just seems a little bit more in beagrie for all of our member groups from the young students to the seniors. We can leverage the other initiatives like the one. I'm guessing down to make you both more. Accessible bar members like adding those audio components and the ad way for users interacts completely by voice. And we're creating intuitive reading experience. That doesn't reliable ominous which is really key for are group's obviously

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"My name is aaron. And i'm working as since you started this officer with the ncbi for viewers and our listeners. Today that is actually kinds of blind all the way over in ireland and one of the services at insight which i have been heavily involved in over the last number of years is the library access service and about three years ago. We sold to go international to find best practice solutions to major problem. We were having <hes>. When it came to blind division students accessing their curriculum in a timely former that question indeed has brought us to attack. Who are who. We ultimately partnered with to create the largest digital library in ireland which is now called berkshire are. I'm delighted to say that we've been joined here today by katie bieler. Who is product manager in global literacy at benedict who has played a huge role in bringing book shirt. Ireland so katie. Maybe we'll just start off by telling us a little bit about yourself on indeed butcher. Thanks our end banking introduction as you said. I am product manager global education and literacy <unk>. I came to software product management by way of the publishing industry actually and have worked and software service products for almost ten years. Now i joined about two years ago. And i'm one of the leaf product managers on cher bookstore. Initiative is the world's largest digital library of accessible e books for people who read differently with people or book share people with dyslexia linus low vision. Zero quasi and other print disabilities can access over nine hundred. Fifty thousand evokes informat audio audio plus islands tax radio enlarge on the gook share team. I have the great privilege of helping to create another way. Book share members to read their books by adding smart speaker option.

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