17 Burst results for "AAI"

"aai" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"aai" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"H GH. We're just can't get. How do you get? We're just talking about Tom Cruise. I just wanted to break the mood here for a minute on and try to talk about something fun. The new the new trailer for The filming of Mission. Impossible. Seven just came out and it shows it shows Tom Cruise on a motorcycle. Riding off a giant ramp. Nestled in the mountains of Norway, and he drives his motorcycle off and then he parachutes from the motorcycle. And it's really him. He does his own stunts. And the thing is, is they? They delayed the filming of this one because he has to get into like I don't remember which plane it was, but like it's a fighter jet like F 18. And he said, I want to do it. And so I need to learn how to fly an F 18. And so he learned how to fly an F 18 and he's flying. How do they? How do ensures these movies? This is called acting. You don't need to learn how to use the F 18 point. But he's one of those guys who are like, you know, the actors air always. Well, I You know, I played the president, so I could tell you what you played the president. You weren't the president. This guy actually Well, I did. You know, I did take a helicopter and I landed it in a freefall Spin. I did, you know, take a motorcycle off of off of a cliff on a mountainside. AAI flown in F 18. He's actually doing these things. You just wonder how they get How they can financially pull these things off. I mean, you could because you can get him to probably wave everything. Theoretically, but how will the movie get insurance right? You can't if he dies, there's no movie, so everybody is standing holding the bag and have to pay for it. And there's no movie. This is why you film his crazy stunts last Get the whole rest of the movie in the can. Well, you know, he broke his leg. The last movie. I remember that jumping from like building to building, right? No, he was was a gem. No, I think it was the thing where he they couldn't stop the traffic in France, and they couldn't get the dolly thing right that stabilized his bike. He wasn't happy with any of the shots. So he said, Just follow me like a top. No, No, no, no, no, no, We don't have control of all of the traffic and everything else. He's like, just follow me. And so that's seen of him in France, just zipping through the cars. That's him just zipping through the cars, and when he spun out at the end, he fell from his bike and I think he broke his leg. I get it. I mean, the fact that he actually does. These stunts is really crazy. It's insanity, raysy. I miss lives the life of a movie star. That doesn't mean he's like. He's just I mean, you know, forget about all the weird things you've heard about him. He chases purse snatchers down the You know the street I like was like Tom Cruise. I mean, you know you can. You can be critical of the guy, but I.

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"aai" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

"And he saw a bunch of open TCP ports and after about fifteen or twenty minutes, he figured out using an undocumented API that with one cruel command. He could reboot the Google home hub, which puts it right back up in setup mode where you need to go into the Google home app and set it up again. And I totally understand that that probably should not be allowed. But a lot of folks are like these are insecure. You know, all kinds of back doors and people getting information. There's no information that can be gotten from resetting the hub by this method. And the fact is you'd have to be on the same wifi network to actually exploit this. So there's an awful lot of parameters here that I don't think makes us a huge issue. And that's what ghouls unsurprisingly saying, you know, now, they're gonna to reset it would it because you're not loading them through because like resets would be bad for someone like security camera, but those are actually on the device itself. So the drop Cam or the s Cam. So if you just reset this, basically, you're gonna lose your like alarm, right? Okay. I mean. Yeah. So if somebody resets whether they unplugged my hub or do this? I mean, yeah, that's gonna cause those kind of problems for sure. But again, I'm like is it really an insecurity kind of thing from a from a data standpoint. I don't think so should be allowed to happen. No, it shouldn't and Google Patchett. But I just saw so many stories this week in an I I don't have a Google home hub. So I wasn't concerned. Begin with. But my point is I don't think people need to be overly concerned about this. Yeah. I have a sunset I tell people. I'm like, look, you gotta evaluate these for what they really can do and your profile, and that's not something. Apparently most media do yet, which is unfortunate. Because there are some really scary things out there that we don't talk about. Hey, speaking of scary other things that we may not talk about often is let's talk about hijacking connected construction cranes because that feels like that could be related I've a related question where you just recently in Vegas. I was did you know that the official city bird is a crane at that used to be the joke in Austin. But. Oh, I'm sorry. Amusing city jokes now anyway, anyway, yes. So this is a very unique interesting security issue in it is a big vulnerability. There's connected construction crane made by Tele crane that literally has a connection to that. The operator of the crane has some assistance in terms of how to run this thing and where move in zone so forth with there is an exploit that has been documented that is an authentication bypass by capture replay. And what happens is basically a man in the middle attack. And somebody could theoretically spooked commands to hijack the crane, and that's really bad because that's not just like a simple reboot where nobody gets hurt. That's somebody could lake demolish a building for Halloween. Oh, so so all right. Not not we but. Like, you never know. That is an example of something that is unlikely but the potential harp is huge. Exactly. So we should probably be a little bit more worried about that one. Yeah. And we are. So are they going to patch it they actually have in the latest firmware? Tele crane has it available. So construction companies can actually get it. And update the cranes firmware. So actually if you're operating a telegram for all four of you update. Firmware update firmware. Okay. Am because I am on the show. And Kevin is a kind person. Let's talk about chips because for all of us who care so much about edge AI there is a it's actually not a new chip company. I've written about it very briefly before in the newsletter. But this is a company doing edge AAI, and they're doing it, increasingly low power, which is awesome. It's company called sin TNT in. It has scored twenty five million in a series B round. It is led by Microsofts Amazons Madame a fund Intel capital in other investors. Who are like, yes, please. Can we get low power AI at the edge? So what's cool about sentient? And there's another company doing this style of processing called mythic is they are getting their low power by doing the computation in memory as opposed to on the processor..

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"aai" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"And he saw a bunch of open TCP ports and after about fifteen or twenty minutes, he figured out using an undocumented API that with one cruel command. He could reboot the Google home hub, which puts it right back up in setup mode where you need to go into the Google home app and set it up again. And I totally understand that that probably should not be allowed. But a lot of folks are like these are insecure. You know, all kinds of back doors and people getting information. There's no information that can be gotten from resetting the hub by this method. And the fact is you'd have to be on the same wifi network to actually exploit this. So there's an awful lot of parameters here that I don't think makes us a huge issue. And that's what ghouls unsurprisingly saying, you know, now, they're gonna to reset it would it because you're not loading them through because like resets would be bad for someone like security camera, but those are actually on the device itself. So the drop Cam or the s Cam. So if you just reset this, basically, you're gonna lose your like alarm, right? Okay. I mean. Yeah. So if somebody resets whether they unplugged my hub or do this? I mean, yeah, that's gonna cause those kind of problems for sure. But again, I'm like is it really an insecurity kind of thing from a from a data standpoint. I don't think so should be allowed to happen. No, it shouldn't and Google Patchett. But I just saw so many stories this week in an I I don't have a Google home hub. So I wasn't concerned. Begin with. But my point is I don't think people need to be overly concerned about this. Yeah. I have a sunset I tell people. I'm like, look, you gotta evaluate these for what they really can do and your profile, and that's not something. Apparently most media do yet, which is unfortunate. Because there are some really scary things out there that we don't talk about. Hey, speaking of scary other things that we may not talk about often is let's talk about hijacking connected construction cranes because that feels like that could be related I've a related question where you just recently in Vegas. I was did you know that the official city bird is a crane at that used to be the joke in Austin. But. Oh, I'm sorry. Amusing city jokes now anyway, anyway, yes. So this is a very unique interesting security issue in it is a big vulnerability. There's connected construction crane made by Tele crane that literally has a connection to that. The operator of the crane has some assistance in terms of how to run this thing and where move in zone so forth with there is an exploit that has been documented that is an authentication bypass by capture replay. And what happens is basically a man in the middle attack. And somebody could theoretically spooked commands to hijack the crane, and that's really bad because that's not just like a simple reboot where nobody gets hurt. That's somebody could lake demolish a building for Halloween. Oh, so so all right. Not not we but. Like, you never know. That is an example of something that is unlikely but the potential harp is huge. Exactly. So we should probably be a little bit more worried about that one. Yeah. And we are. So are they going to patch it they actually have in the latest firmware? Tele crane has it available. So construction companies can actually get it. And update the cranes firmware. So actually if you're operating a telegram for all four of you update. Firmware update firmware. Okay. Am because I am on the show. And Kevin is a kind person. Let's talk about chips because for all of us who care so much about edge AI there is a it's actually not a new chip company. I've written about it very briefly before in the newsletter. But this is a company doing edge AAI, and they're doing it, increasingly low power, which is awesome. It's company called sin TNT in. It has scored twenty five million in a series B round. It is led by Microsofts Amazons Madame a fund Intel capital in other investors. Who are like, yes, please. Can we get low power AI at the edge? So what's cool about sentient? And there's another company doing this style of processing called mythic is they are getting their low power by doing the computation in memory as opposed to on the processor..

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"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"Utah already brought up the aspect of machine learning that we're going to talk about today data. It's what fuels machine learning. The traditionally computing relied on humans, writing rules that computer would then have to follow in machine learning the computer looks at data and creates patterns to help it understand the world. It predicts how things will act in the future and then makes decisions based on those predictions. And the data is the information that the machines us to learn and to to grow their knowledge. But in raw form, the big data sets used to train AAI are bound to contain information that is relevant or that's confusing. So it needs to be refined to be cleaned. One of the things we want to do when we create data sets for machine learning engines is we want to increase the signal and decrease the noise meaning that we want to emphasize the dominant patterns or the the patterns that are going to use to allow the the machines to make useful decisions. But in the pros. Of doing that. We clean out what we call the outliers or the edged data because that makes it more difficult to draw conclusions. The problem is that outlier data isn't actually a relevant. It can represent the experience of real world people. How does that process of cleaning the data and up excluding those who are outside the norm, like people with disabilities? Well, people with disabilities are different and they're usually different from the average. And so they tend to lie at that jagged edge of outlying data. If you take any population and you plot their needs or their characteristics on a three dimensional scatter plot, it looks like an exploding star where you have a bunch of dots in the middle. And then as you get further from the middle, they spread out a lot. So what happens when a big data system or data cleaning engine or a norm engine cleans the day. Data or norms the data. Those individuals are actually taken out of the data set. So we eliminate the noise we limit the outliers. So somebody's experience who's hazardous ability or is otherwise different from the norm is treated as noise. Exactly, right. So what would be some real world affects only this cleaned data? Oh, there's quite a few effects. I don't think we've seem to realize how many places we Hughes machine decisions in say, there's a large firm and they get a thousand applicants for a desirable job. What they'll do is they'll use a machine decision system to filter out those CV's or the resumes that are there to determine what are say, the ten or eleven people they're going to interview. Well, if you are unusual, if you have an unusual resume, which most people with disabilities or people who are in the minority are likely to have, then you're never going to make that list of ten. Are there any examples based on personal experiences of people that you know who have disabilities who encountered issues? Yes, actually encounter them quite a bit, but one example that quite scared me. I had the opportunity to work with a number of automated vehicle projects, so I could play with some automated vehicle simulations that simulate what a car will do give an particular decision. And I brought to this scenario, an example, which is a friend of mine who actually propels his wheelchair by going backwards he has through palsy is his legs. A quite strong is not very controlled, but he can move very, very quickly backwards. And so I ran that scenario and low and behold the car chose not to stop because it is Sumed he was going forward. And so he ran the car simulated car over him. The interesting thing for me has been that a machine learning. And making these phenomena manifest in machines has started to get us to think about how we do research in general and how we address people who are outliers are different. And one of the things that we do is we assign particular characteristics or assumptions to particular group of individuals. And in fact, the greater confidence is about our knowledge of that category. The more difficult it is if you don't, in fact fit the category or if you don't follow those those assumptions or presumptions that people have about you, which you know the promise of this approach to machine learning and the promise of big data.

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"aai" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"Storage i think three part because it's kind of the flagship product so obviously very different products very different histories how does info site kind of handle the differences because imagining either does or does not support them in the same way or different analytics divide that up mentally for me as to as how it addresses those two different platforms for and that's just sort of hit the nail on the head there the three part is extremely strong from an os perspective in logging and rich data intelligence and we've had the capability for a long time to help customers reactively analyze what's happening in these logs so the three par has rich telemetry baked into the os the difference now is we can take the intelligence on three par which largely went on used previously until an event happened and we can now take that in line and we ingest that into our cloud and we run the inflight machine learning adults against that censor data to actually drive results in stream so we really try trying we are actively transferring that conversation from reactive into proactive as we see things happening and we've seen them happen before we can actively introduce a positive or a more optimism result right another thing you mentioned here machine learning and artificial intelligence and we've heard so much of that from the industry lately everybody's jumping on particularly the alabama wag unless the so much but okay we've washed all the marketing which has been washed with ai so explain to me and info site why that is real the jet claim that using machine learning and artificial intelligence in your annex right and so this is the key piece because aai machine learning this isn't an application it is like to call it knowledge so this is not something that you can simply write some code for an off you go it really comes from perpetual and repeated analysis of similar data sets so we look at the same day.

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"aai" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Work number one and number two it sounds like they're trying to out a the aai companies and i don't think that's going to happen i'm with you on that it reminded me and i cannot for the life of me i started googling and i couldn't think of it but back in the day wind the apple app store came out probably here later and the goal android playstore started happening the cell phone carriers were like hey there apps doors actually work what's happening let's all create our own app store and they got together to do this big multi carrier app store effort and i can't even remember the name of it so clearly that did not go well no i mean the the carriers have had their own like rising had the cast for example here in the us i don't remember what the group the terrorist tragedy with apps doors they also try to do with mobile payments i remember mobile payments cassatt and the enlargement name of isis isis cs yeah not smart there well was was certainly they didn't realize it the islamists so anyway this is keep this in your mind if it happens kevin did mention and that this the guy who's behind this though actually has some crowd he does he pushed forward the aged emi video standard which pretty much is an acceptable standard so he's been able to get different players to come together on a single standard that we do eased today so it's possible that nice works out but i again i'm a little sceptical i'm with you i join you in your scepticism yes so let's talk about oh this isn't cameras but it's kind of like cameras as part of my i did a story last week on why you're wi fi socks in the house or wire wi fi is infix jet and if you on a link to that so you can go see it talked about all kinds of crazy things about basically you're routers you're getting smarter and your clients are going to need to get dumber because you can have two smart things fighting it out but as part of that reporting in talking to qualcomm about kind of the future of wifi they also mentioned that they're really they're working with five different companies to bring presence detection in can move.

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"aai" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"They're all day and he knew i guess when we were coming back because he believe we didn't see hamilton for the longest time thank you lighthouse we now know he's okay he's just a set of a gun when it comes to security lighthouse is amazing it will notify you only one of the tex actual move for people are large objects like doors we'd like doors opening when your way from home i had another camel and say the brand there was supposed to be smart it thought mylar balloons were humans and i kept getting things because we had a birthday party with no more false alerts no more shadows though more mylar balloons lighthouses at light dot house light dot house you can learn more if you want use the promo code twit you'll get 15 percent off a lighthouse camera and by the way we would talking about this since it first came out and i got one right away but they're now in massproduction but you still in early customers so you will get ninety days of service at no cost the aai service no cost to you for ninety days light dot house 15 percent off of the promo code twit okay so that they know you saw here light dot house i love this thing and we've got two now and i'm probably going to get some more but it's so cool uh i've got mine actually i think somebody knocked it 'cause i have mine where it sitting at watches not only my office but the front doors right over there so any movement and it's it's just so amazing.

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"aai" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

"That result does not belong in that first possession so you need to you've lease hopefully give the customer what they want as soon as a visit your website it's it's crazy how much data that already looking at and this is can open up a whole bunch more data for them to see how people start day quirion than it refines into new queries to actually get to what they want so they're gonna stein tissa painting what you're really asking they're going to be better understanding what you're trying to us than you are articulating which is scary but colin same time allow that feed into the whole voice search anyway you a lot of time you'll just ask a very broad question and expect goo goo siri or her you elect said to answer it and then ninety percent a don't understand it you have to re rephrase it like seven times before you actually get response you yeah i'm ready for these smart devices to get smarter because of time they don't give me what i want yet i'm ready for our a overlords takeover make my life without a bring it on you interested in is google is completely separated their robotics division from the aai division purposefully because they're really concerned about the two of those things merging together in as turning into terminate as long as they don't work with boston dynamic ever i'm okay with that through thirty on alex robots are the asked if you've not seen them go to invest type in boston dynamics and law watched the videos because there's little dog things that had opened the door and let other dogs through yeah and they look so much like the wall the ones from black mirror that it's really really scary if you haven't seen glamour there's an episode with killer robot dogs and they look dislike these these things in real life and then the other robot that looks like a human that can do backflips why it's insane is really really cool in pick up staff and walk through the snow some either way data from a hotel perspective optimized from a google search perspective but also make sure you always have mp.

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"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"The day replicas just something that talk in it's a big difference from you know huddled song believe can free short space will though it's different from sharing a space was someone yevgenia believes users can still have similar feelings as when chatting with a real person the idea is that within a friend users can trust people may be more open with our thoughts and feelings feelings that might not be shared in person to person communication other than the benefits of emotional venting what other use could all that user data have while the knowsley wonder fine real data on people feared gigantic official thing you know on our social meaning long long law test application for long as the stowaways shameful slay a lot of first off nephew a the rule of law were four loss world actually open for us will open up little just say who will tormo on on malval over feel about fossil so rob of boss wanongo reliable ways to actually hunk one maybe astronauts boycotting actually work in future loss while the data can be used to create some sort of an avatar false and maybe a really big avatar far from sabang in the future what you have any of these describing is the potential a uh has to collect data now the can leave behind a more cohesive digital footprint for future generations but what does the future of replica look like so her including fodder belong um if you can do a lot of really interesting news feels that we are going to be released in sweden can share a lot of wagner for solving they gave this book is not just a map it's it's your friends and you can acts of full fledged media can yeah thanks so much for telling us about it thank you so much you have guinnea kharita is the cofounder and ceo of luca the aai company behind the grief bought roman and the ai friend replica.

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"aai" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Go Time

"But he advocates eventually we won't me jobs anymore somebody's going to right right the aai system that rights code or us and they're going to be very rich so you're fussing is actually good from not just a um stability standpoint but also from a security standpoint is generally if you can make a program crash beacon can't you can take control of it i mean even at the least you can cause of denial of service on on it let's less of an issue with go obviously because of the memory safety uh but definitely if you're reading servers in in like sears habilis plus van fbi crash generally means also exploitable uh one of the things you can do with go fis is turn it not into so much again looking for crashes but to compare to implementation so i have a slow implementation and a fast implementation and i will use no coverage guided advising to make sure that i explore all the corners of the slow implementation and the fast implementation and then i will compare the output and if if the open in the same then i will crash and so van gogh fis finds crashes which means i have found a case where the fast implementation this loan limitation like generate different applets that's cool lots of lots of use for phasing outside of just pure you know sort of like it would give traditional vulnerabilities there were guy found it it was called f t f y research should vance's an automatic bug repair and on to deepwater carnegie mellon and i will link to that.

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"aai" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Go Time

"But he advocates eventually we won't me jobs anymore somebody's going to right right the aai system that rights code or us and they're going to be very rich so you're fussing is actually good from not just a um stability standpoint but also from a security standpoint is generally if you can make a program crash beacon can't you can take control of it i mean even at the least you can cause of denial of service on on it let's less of an issue with go obviously because of the memory safety uh but definitely if you're reading servers in in like sears habilis plus van fbi crash generally means also exploitable uh one of the things you can do with go fis is turn it not into so much again looking for crashes but to compare to implementation so i have a slow implementation and a fast implementation and i will use no coverage guided advising to make sure that i explore all the corners of the slow implementation and the fast implementation and then i will compare the output and if if the open in the same then i will crash and so van gogh fis finds crashes which means i have found a case where the fast implementation this loan limitation like generate different applets that's cool lots of lots of use for phasing outside of just pure you know sort of like it would give traditional vulnerabilities there were guy found it it was called f t f y research should vance's an automatic bug repair and on to deepwater carnegie mellon and i will link to that.

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"aai" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

Biden's Briefing

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

"And the frenzy commenced academia nonprofits governments and companies race to figure out just what quote big data was and how they could capitalize on it the frenzy as it turned out was shortlived five years later data plays a vastly expanded role in our lives yet the term big data has gone out of fashion and acquired something of an unsavory reputation it's worth looking back at what exactly happened to the revolution we were promised and where data analytics and algorithms are headed now the tech consulting firm gartner dropped big data from its famous quote hyped cycle report in two thousand fifteen and it hasn't returned that isn't because companies were giving up on the concept of mining vast data sets for insights the company clarified its because the practice had already become so prevalent that it no longer qualified as quote and emerging technology and quote big data helps to power the algorithms behind our news feeds netflixing recommendations automated stock trades autocorrect features and health trackers among countless other tools but were less likely to use the term big data these days we just call it data we've begun to take for granted the data sets can contain billions or even trillions of observations and that sophisticated software can detect trends in them when the term is still deployed it's more likely to carry a pejorative connotation as in kathy o'neill's two thousand sixteen book weapons of mass destruction or frank pests qualities two thousand fifteen the blackbox society the haste implement and apply big data via which often called quote datadriven decisionmaking and quote resulted in grievous mistakes some more blatant there was the time targets and coupons for baby items to the family of a teenage girl who hadn't told anyone she was pregnant or the time pinterest congratulated single women on their impending marriages or the google photos snafu in which the company's vaunted aai mistook black people for guerrillas due to a lack of diversity in the data it was trained on it's worth pointing out that in this case at least the quote big data wasn't quite big enough.

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"aai" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Time for twigs swinging kubo stacy higginbotham as here so as jeff jarvis we'll talk about the chip hidden in the new pixel 2for1 googlers aai writing its own coded teaching itself to play go and the train in sweden named training train face it's all next net gas from people who chest face east tweets bandwidth for this week in google is provided by cash fly see a c h e f l y dot com this is twig this week a google episode four hundred twenty seven recorded wednesday october 18th 2017 wake radar this week a google is brought to you by lighthouse my house is the only security camera powered by the same technology that's in selfdriving cars visit light dot house slash twit sign up for 15 percent off white house when the ship and a chance to win a free lighthouse plus a year service see site for contest rules and by video blocks by story blocks on cage your creativity it all the stock video you need for only one hundred forty nine dollars a year visit video blocks dot com slash tweak to save on millions of studioquality clips from video blocks and by signing twigs ten gigabit fiber internet service provider joint sonics internet revolution as they bring fast affordable internetphone and tv go homes and businesses all over california visit sonic dot com slash twit to sign up for service and receive your first months free it's time for twig this we give google the show where we cover the latest google wisdoms.

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"aai" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on The Vergecast

"I just wish they built a factory is well set huge booth her they could use a uh what are you something i think you're right i uh it just seems clear that in order to ship the aai stuff they want to ship after make some of their own stuff they can't wait around for samsung to get out of its own way with its own software right like they need to be in control of these are experience and pretty significant way how i think honestly it also seems clear that uh if things go south with samsung for one in one way or another they need to have the chops to spin up their own high hardware thing and actually sell stuff in volume if samsung says screw we're going ties and that's bad for android that's bad for gugel they need to they can't just on a dime start making samsung quality phones right auriol just hypothetically they've it's a hedge samsung's found started exploding or hypothetically ceo sampson was caught up in a scandal so enormous the entire government of south korea fell apart or who knows just things could happen in they will definitely have meaningful impact on sense now think sensing will never go actually here's a question samsung disappears tomorrow yeah like it the whole company implodes who is more hurt by that gugel or apple he had soft yeah now more fbi apple more hurt by the i because like the king component they they use they you samsung screens and samsung chips google can get by using other stuff yeah.

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"aai" Discussed on Tear Down Show

Tear Down Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on Tear Down Show

"I'm going to start a mexico story podcast just lake serializing that's episode you went zero listeners is i'm just zero is that episode of my life over many many days but let's move on because i have a really important story this nato's you have a big this this is i want to receive a big important story it's usually a quiz from buds food this isn't the quiz it is blessed feet buzzfeed is doing so cutting edge journalism and i've always wonder about this because i've i know i have eyes and have looked at butts before anna and i'll always look abuts but i've always wondered are there any to busted her the same and buzzfeed attack that that questionnaire with the story titled this but photo project aimed to show that no two behind zurli ana inspiration wing is that right it's a it's a postal but pictures yeah i notice i'm just scheme and in his just butts ed why you may stinkers like buts that are like there's no better way to fingerprints their external flakes is that what you say about your own blood it's a majestic snowflake nobody thinks that the snowflake i think we can move on from the story and talk about it on moscow always ruffles with few feathers if you will he's now he said in a tweet the aai is more dangerous than north korea what do you think the he launched right on that up.

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"aai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"She said you're musk uh you're reading a book on the ice we have to ask you eat rodney ealham musk express this again pat this past weekend the aai is any liens words in existential threat to humans like like it's like the guy seen all the terminator movies he knows agree or disagree rodney brooks says they're quite a few people out there who said that a is an existential threat stephen hawking astronomer royal a martin reese has written a book about it they all share common thread in that they don't work in a exactly for those who work in ai we know how hard it is to actually get anything to work by through the product level and i think people were on the ground with ai realized that it's it's it's primitive even things like a amazon's echo war siri he says the reason people including ealham make this mistake when you see somebody do something like play chester a go master and the we understand what's involved because we understand how humans think we understand the competence and the of the training and the and the brain's at a takes but when you see for instance deep mines alpha go beat the chinese go champion you're you're you think office machine is so smarter can do anything he said but i was with deepmine in london about three weeks ago name it had things could easily goverry wrong you can't do anything now it's really good and playing the play go it's a machine if you used any of the sort of bought seamer messenger bots yeah if he used any of those you know a ias sort of not syrup is so why's eleven right it's not it's not sophisticated so and then and then a she said we'll elands point is we need to regulate it before it gets martin right it's not smart yes i know it's not smart but it's gonna get smart we got a regulated now rodney brooks says so you're going to regulate now well and this is very i thought of you greg fair when i read this logical refutation he says amherst if you're gonna have a regulation now either it applies to something and changes something in the world that exists or.

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"aai" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"aai" Discussed on The Watch

"I think in your touts his influence filmmaking in an enormous way but i don't think he's made any movies that deserve to be on this list frankly um i think that is movies are incredible look i think i think the the cinema target for who works both of them are men chievo um um is you know like roger deakins i mean there's of there's a thing to be made maybe you and sean could do this 'cause i'm not qualified of like the cinematographers that have actually defined the century um but i don't think those movies necessarily stand up concerto lobbies other ones one is speaking of major filmmakers we both have spielberg different once had to ride from eunuch i mean i doubt your shiro jeep and munich was in the sky nardilleo gain i got to have the i got to have the the jewish action movie come on i have minority report great move yet why that one because i think that that is from that aai period where spillover was really that was the last time i flakes bilberg was really pushing the envelope and like making really really interesting art as well as it blockbuster entertainment is there anything else i mean lincoln's great you know what i mean like i am not saying he to completely abandon fell off yeah right um any for both of us things that killed you leave off anything mines i ain't tons of stuff tons of and their stuff feared that our personal things like not personal but like at training days just been a movie that i've seen a lot like is the movie it was very important me when it came out let me i've on the couch was under new chris ryan and the to thousands in new york city at bars trading day was very import yet of the departed actually has is not ageing well in terms of its actual like cohesion of a movie of god it's fun but jesus it's so fun here um i would say that the two movies here on my list that are fast risers in and that as i get older i have just grundel love more more our social network an imb rues social network perfectly made movie in brooch.

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