21 Burst results for "Alan Iverson"

Michael Jordan to Present Kobe Bryant at Posthumous Hall of Fame Induction

Mason & Ireland

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Michael Jordan to Present Kobe Bryant at Posthumous Hall of Fame Induction

"Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame has announced its list of holidays were scheduled to present the twenty. Twenty class of honorees Kobe bryant is the most notable name going into the hall of fame this year and as expected michael jordan will present kobe bryant for the hall of fame good. He's also he's also presenting kim mulkey. Who's the women's coach baylor. They're so he's gonna be he's gonna be inducted to people John michael gave one of the best eulogies. I've ever heard and i think all of us heard at kobe's kobe celebration of life. He also gave an a one of the more notable speeches on his own inducted into the basketball hall or seen anything like it. He just basically killed out everyone who he's still bitter about. Have you seen alan. Iverson's it's great. It's no he didn't call producer so green. he was so pure and just unrehearsed.

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Dallas Fuel is Making Changes

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:06 min | 11 months ago

Dallas Fuel is Making Changes

"Have had a shakeup in one of the premier teams and when I say premier teams I mean. Fan Base Wise. A lot of lot of people have been asking and looking at this for I, would say since the beginning of overwatch leak and that's The Dallas fuel have officially I think have turned the page and already to look forward to to changing things. Just in the matter of one week, they have dropped their head coach will all go order first off, they dropped a k. to came on the team for the most part. A lot of people thought he was going to be a starter. Really. Kinda he was more of a bench player when it turned out a lot of people upset saying you're wasting his talent. Blah Blah Blah. We'll came out this week. The heaters straight up stopped practicing. He didn't want to work with the team anymore. So micra fell now the C. G. O. Chief Gaming Officer operator whatever the acronym was I forget which is basically a fancy way of saying he's the top GM. Like he is now like, yes, they have a GM of the team in Tasma Oh book. I don't get it to us now. MICRA. Is He's the puppet master of the teams now under the NBA umbrella k. including empire and things like that. He's going to have the final say. So yeah for sure like he's he's going to be the top dog when it comes to making any roster decisions across all of these sports I feel like an through him ultimately, right? Right. So you have that okay, and a lot of people are upset about it. I you know. I get the frustration behind the fuel fans I get it because you came into the Overwatch League season one with you and soul dynasty were touted to be number one like. Know it was going to be one of you. We're going to be the champions of course envy was coming in with fuel use the envy roster plus a couple additional players that were only supposed to make it better. Right. They added Siegel they added ex- qc like how on Earth could it get any worse with them? Obviously, that didn't work out. So the expectations for the fuel have always been high like even though they've been one of the worst teams in the league since it started like even going into season two because they ended season one on a high note. So season to this, is it the fuel are going to change? nope not so much and it's pretty been a rinse and repeat in season three. So. When you have a player especially one that's like kind of a billboard material player saying he's refusing to practice I would have to death wish you like your are tied at that point. Yeah. You're out like there is no and if I was an owner, right if I was GM, there's like no negotiating with that, right I'm not going to be like, Oh, you don't want to practice to K-. What if we make a starting player? Then would you play pretty please which would you practice then like? You. Asked him be cut like there's not a whole lot you're going to do to convince that type of player. He's not decay is not Alan Iverson right? Like you're not that. Good. So if you were maybe the superstar of the team and you were doing everything will then hey, maybe they'll find a way to make this work not that not practicing is okay but they'll be more willing to resolve whatever the issue is. Manure. Semi contributing at this point in your a nuisance to the team, we're bringing down morale whatever it may be ultimately. That's easy decision to make. Yeah. So there's that and everyone was super pissed about it. Saying you got the you know the players aren't the problem stop stop blaming the players and although I agree to a certain extent then all of a sudden the news drop that dropped Eyraud head coach of the team. Now to me in my opinion longtime coming long-term coming, I've even mentioned it on the show that. The, the fuel were just not creative enough in a game that demands creativity you if you are following the Meta if you're just doing the cookie cutter with the top teams are doing and you're not a top team, you're not gonna all of a sudden beat them at their own game. You have to find a way to be creative and for whatever reason. The fuel just never were they made notoriously horrible in game adjustments in between map adjustments everything like that from the get-go and that was with Jane on the team right I thought it was worse with Jane when he was the assistant coach an Arrow. Look. We've met them. We know him he's a good to there's no doubt about it that he I think the players want to play for him but that doesn't defeat the fact that they weren't playing like they just bought performing and eventually the coach has to fall on that sword and Arrow just avoided that I think a little too long. They found no consistency in any way the season's right in season wind it was a a late run to a meaningless like fourth quarter Ryan. You know when you're already down by twenty one at that point there just wasn't enough there to to redeem that kind of the season one was just a shit show in general for them right from where it was supposed to be you know even last year I it just never really you know we talked about in doing changes making changes in between maps. That's something that you always kind of harped on that they did do enough right new expect you played the fuel like this is what you were going to get. In now, to see him this year, they're sitting, you know thirteen th the towards the bottom of the standings. It was a matter of time like at some point. You gotta just get a fresh look like look Arrow did really good. Would you coaching the World Cup team but he also had the five players in the world right arguello woke up team like showing up for him To, like save his job unfortunately.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on High Noon

"Happy birthday to Alan Iverson turns voted fo the legend. Wow. Look at that not expect. All this applause, especially from these strangers with this show it up here. Nobody asked me if they could out to the stranger you wearing tights, while leggings right dragging, perhaps, see that we have to talk about this. Jalen rose story bemoaning the New Yorker it interviewed our friend and caterer about the increased focus on data in basketball, and Jalen sounded skeptical, and concerned skeptical about the emphasis on an Olympics and concerned about the racial disparity between front offices and players who feel under appreciated and boxed out by all these new regimes. So Bomani, what did you make of our pal Jaylen observation? Well, this was a story in the New Yorker that I want other people to read. So I can see if they notice what I notice in this story, which was Jaylen making the point that, yes. Analytic should be a tool in the box that says it should be a wrench. Not the whole bucks, was says that it is tough for players to have these guys who have not played basketball insist they know more about the game this, somebody like Jalen does because they can analyze the numbers and what you had was a writer who was interviewing him who basically repeatedly made it clear that he thought he was smarter than Jalen rose when it came to basketball and dismissing what he had to offer under those same circumstances. Bottom line is the path of being a coach and being an executive for black dudes in the NBA has typically been to be a player now what they are trying to tell players is your knowledge is not good enough. Because it has to be something that is quantifiable. Well, if that's the path for black guys to get into front offices and get your b coaches guess what's going to happen? You're going to have nothing but white dudes doing these jobs after a, while the interview is worth reading the interviewer, I should note is a big Houston Rockets fan. And so there was a lot of please. Don't tell me that the way that my team does it is actually this problematic..

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Clippers G Lou Williams has milestone day for bench scoring

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Clippers G Lou Williams has milestone day for bench scoring

"And cardinal in the NBA history. Made in LA here comes Lou Williams. Alan Iverson's under study years ago, drives past the shoulder lays it up and then with the right hand and went that history for Lou Williams. Now, the NBA's all time leading scorer off the bench. Celtics radio on the call as the clippers. Lou Williams became the all time leading bench score in the association is LA. Routed, Boston, one forty

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"alan iverson" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on First Things First

"He was a facilitator as you said earlier when when he was in with Westbrook, and he wasn't a ball hog, you know, so he can play differently. But I think he's enjoyed the streak one. I mean, you know, you're dropping thirty every night shooting whenever you want. But they have to get back to more of a team game with Chris if they want to have any real success in the plane. It's really hard to put that genie back, isn't that? Great. Right. Like, oh, wait now. I got. Especially and actually the worst part is they were winning play in that way. This reminds me actually reminds me of two things history reminds me of when Alan Iverson led the Sixers to the finals, you remember that two thousand one right member stepped over Tyler like that teen was constructed like one of the reasons he was constructed where none of those guys could feel Ratliff was his center. Now, those guys Eric snow was the point guard. None of them could score. So he almost had to kind of go one on one take some bad shots. I don't think it lasts long term because among other things not just the ball, dominance and exhaust you and then in the playoffs. You gotta play defense a little bit, which exhaustive more. But also they officiate differently. He doesn't get the calls. He doesn't lead the world and free throw attempts. So now he's playing against better defenders who can get into a more. And it changes how he has to play and lower shooting percentage. But it's a hard gene to put back in the bottle and the greatest parallel I can make not just Iverson when he had to take a secondary. Role to Carmelo Anthony. But it's like Carmelo Anthony who is whole life. He has played he's a mid range post up guy and a low post post guy and occasionally pop out and shoot and play through him and his his attempt at playing with the rockets this year. Everybody says, oh, hey, I can play without the basketball when you've played one way your whole life. It's really hard to teach an old dog new tricks. Well, this is not his whole life. But when you played one way and had success with it and gone on this ridiculous streak of thirty point plus games. And now the sudden we get the plastic no, no fellows. Now, we're gonna let everybody touch the ball. Now, you're gonna play without the basketball. That sounds great. But one we were winning playing that way in to you're trying to rewire a guy on the fly, and that's really hard. I think we put so much emphasis on Chris poll being outed in that does make a difference. But I think Clint cappella being out the in the office because really when you think about it they James and Chris have been starting the game. But many times they get staggered throughout the course, gave until the fourth quarter. So they're not always necessarily on the floor together. I think more of this necessity is because they haven't been able to run the pick and roll with cappella he's been such an integral part of this offense out the course of the last couple of seasons. I think that may change Koby hit said you can't win championships playing this way. James harden agreed with him, and we discussed this earlier, Vince, how much do you think it change it? When you say you can't put the genie back in the bottle. Do they need to figure out a way to play as they head into the postseason? So they're not just playing style. A again. Can you flip a switch when these guys come back and are healthy in altogether for the last month of the season? Not these guys like, I think even the way they played less. It was something similar to this, and you were Hartnett optimal. Officiency Chris Paul's always been one of the most efficient point guards. And you saw what happened where they basically plateaued and game five of the Western Conference finals where Chris Paul get hurt. And then you can sort of see that series deteriorate from that point on. You. You saw because I'm sure you knew it when I saw Chris Paul going to. Into the lane and grabbed his hamstring..

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Full 48

"I think people have if they didn't know or have forgotten and we have some younger listeners who don't realize you're a bad ass early your career before knee troubles and everything kicked him and your your even as as a rookie. You average almost nineteen points and seven rebounds a game. There's a whole stretch of from your second through fifth years. You're averaging you know, basically, you know, twenty seven twenty and ten but only one all star appearance and the answer to that is obvious because you were playing forward in the west at a time when the Wesleyan cagey Tonkin unbelievable Karl Malone again like it goes back to just the, you know, we just couldn't get over the hump of being good enough and relevant enough at the time. Would you know same thing it wasn't? It was no nights off during that time. It was just really really competitive. Yeah. Murderers row. I mean, the other guys made all start. Those years Malone cagey Dunkin Vin Baker, Rasheed, Chris Webber. So you finally make the all star team when you get traded to the hawks in a trade in the trade for Pao Ghazal, the first the first big powder salt trade, so you make the all star team in in two thousand two thousand and two excuse me. Right. Doesn't go to that two thousand two I looked it up. And then I lost my tab two thousand two so you're on an all star team with Alan Iverson. Michael Jordan, Jason Kidd, t MAC, Paul Pierce. What do you remember about that game? My fund is memory of one hundred miss shot. So I was like eight four four four four four. Hey point. But so that's, you know, Teaneck unbelievable play where he like, you know, fake the shot in through an Ulta backboard. And when you know, like don't, you know, like crazy, but my father's memory of those Philadelphia is mom and Ali. Was course, I and I was able to they were able to work it out. And I could take a take a picture with mom and Lee, and that was nice my heroes. Ho. The best. Unbelievable. I still had a pitcher. So that's fantastic. That's my, you know, by far my father's memory of very cool. Did you did you enjoy get to connect for any place in that game? No. Because I was like the wizards those wizards that was wizards. Bulls still Michael. Yeah. He played twenty two minutes in that game. He's doing great. And you know. Yeah, it's but just you being teammate teammates for a day kind of those kind of a fun footnote for the career there Kuku, we'll Sharieff thank you so much for for taking the time going down memory lane a little bit here keeping us up to speed on the G league. Joey, I'm gonna get it. Eventually, I I was stopped tripping over this name someday. I promise I look forward to the next rebrand whenever that has Gatorade league goes. Yeah. No, I'm not. That's the one the one. I'm not going to say for sure three thanks so much. Wishing you all the best in the new gig. No back some tax you have before. Hey, Sekou, humid here from the hang time podcast. Join me, and my main man John Shuman every week as we break down, the latest, NBA, news and storylines with. Yes. From around the league, be sure to subscribe to NBA hang time on apple podcasts. Spotify an NBA dot com slash podcast for new episodes every Monday and Thursday this season.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Full 48

"Howard Beck senior NBA writer for Bleacher report, my guest today is the new president of the NBA's minor league. You may know it as the G league. I sometimes stumble over that name for various reasons, which we won't get into now a schrief Abdurahim incoming presidents of the G league. He's coming in and taking over at a very interesting time for the league there at twenty seven teams on the way too soon to be twenty eight and within possibly the next eighteen months to thirty for the first time in NBA history. There will be a functioning minor league with thirty teams with thirty affiliations with the parent club's what does that mean for the NBA? What does that mean for potentially the end of the age limit? How is this all going to work that's Sharief's charge for the foreseeable future? And those of course, are the questions I had for him. In addition to in the near term, they've got this new select contract. They've created a hundred and twenty five thousand dollar salary for a select number of straight from high school kids who don't want to go to college don't wanna play overseas that can go straight to the GDP starting this fall. And so that program is is coming quickly and how that will be implemented. And what that might mean for the league and for players who want to take a different route is all really interesting. So we talk about all that, of course. But also had to take a trip down memory lane Sharieff, before of course, being an MBA executive had a pretty solid career himself in the league part of that nineteen Ninety-six vaunted nineteen Ninety-six draft class along with the guys like Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash rail and Alan Iverson played for the Vancouver Grizzlies, one of my favorite all-time cities. That is no longer on the NBA map. Sadly, so we did a little reminiscing. And of course, I had asked him about Bryant big country Reeves who was the subject of a documentary. Recently about trying to find Bryant Reeves who was of course, the first ever draft pick of the Vancouver Grizzlies, a lot of fun stuff to discuss with Sharieff before we get to that my usual plug if you are listening on anything other than a podcast platform, and you may be please subscribe go to apple podcasts. Go to Stitcher, go to Spotify any any place? You love to get your podcast go there hit the subscribe button. If you're on apple podcasts do me a favor. Give us a review and a rating as well really helps out the podcast a lot. I am lurking in the comments section always checking out your feedback. I'll take the negative and the positive together. I don't mind hit me with whatever you got. You got suggestions on guests or topics? Criticisms critiques hit me. I don't mind. You can also hit me, of course, on Twitter at Howard Beck. No crazy underscores or other weird punctuation. Just my name at Howard Beck. Hit me there as. Well, appreciate you all for listening subscribing and giving us a ratings and feedback. And without further ado, here's my interview with sheriff Abdul Rahim. I'm now joined in studio by former NBA all star Olympic gold medalist. But more importantly today. The president of the league known as the g I still trip over the G league. I'm sorry, schrief Abdurahim. I just I the G league thing it the name it, it messes me on you the girls on doesn't grow. I'm still getting accustomed has been over a year and a half or whatever I'm still getting accustomed to the G league, welcome. Thank you for joining me on what I just now learned is not this is not your average of day. This is an auspicious occasions. The actual handoff day that Malcolm Turner is exiting in your entering. Is there? An official baton or something is there some kind of placard. I don't know a symbol pin. What do you? What do you get as on the day?.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on Get Up!

"On car insurance. If you're just joining us on get up. It was James harden who stole this footfall fi last night with a sensational performance against the Golden State Warriors him here. Putting Steph curry on skates. The game the warriors had a huge lead. They led by twenty for the rockets would cut it to six after three with just over forty five seconds and regulation that was Harding forcing over time. We go to the extra session tied at one nineteen back and forth and back and forth. It would go until with the rockets down to five and a half seconds left this miracle shot by James harden. Well guarded by two good defenders goes in for the win. Here's how it sounded. On the Rockettes radio goes on tops that step like suits for the win. The three what what second to go over time. Hearted hit the three it would be enough with the win one thirty five one thirty four hard and had forty four points, fifteen assists and ten rebounds. And he is the fourth player in the last fifteen years dischord, forty in five straight games, you might recognize some of the others. That's Michael Jordan had actually two streaks of this sort that it nine straight times in one thousand nine hundred eighty six obviously he was quite good. Alan Iverson had forty or more in five straight games as a rookie and April of ninety seven believe it or not the Sixers actually lost all of those games. And they weren't even close all of them were by seven or more points. Kobe Bryant familiar with his work the had three streaks of at least five games with forty points. Most by any player in the last fifty years, his longest was also nine straight in two thousand three. So that's an excrete extremely exclusive club. That James harden joins last night. I player to drop forty or more in five consecutive games since Kobe did it in two thousand. So it's Michael it's Iverson. It's Kobe and now it's James harden, which leads Houston general manager, Darryl Maury to say you could argue for him as the best offensive player of all time to be able to say that with a straight face and not have it be GM, speak or coachspeak is pretty amazing as a whole bunch of ways to measure it. But he's for showing the conversation as the greatest offensive player ever, Sean farnum in with me. What do you make of Daryl saying that? He's he's in the conversation. I think we couple things you've got to look at when you think about James harden is one is how tied he is with his ball handling. That's something. We don't talk about when you look at that step backs where his ball handling is. And how quick is releases? But to me if you're gonna talk about the greatest offensive player of all time and no disrespect to Michael Jordan. It's Kobe Bryant Kobe Bryant was at such a different level when he played he never took a night off. I was fortunate. If we love the legendary men's meant Jim games at UCLA he treated those as if they were like the NBA final. I mean, he's just hated to lose and will. Do whatever it took to help his team win and his game matured as he got older he changed his offense of skill set to fit his game. Here's what I would say of hard. He is in the perfect place at the perfect time. And that is not to take anything away from him as skills ridiculous. But when you consider the way the rules are now the fact a lot a lot of guys played at a time when threes weren't so prevalent and the coach he plays for it's the perfect marriage of his skills and the circumstances. So the way he's playing is he one of the best authentic players ever. Yes. He is. Dow back relax and enjoy right now, he is as hot as any player that you've ever seen certainly decided in the last fifty years, we'll have more on him as we go..

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Donovan McNabb like right right to even. Yeah. Alan Iverson's, the most effort he player in basketball history. And even he I think he took a lot of deserves criticism for his attitude. But I'd rather you be good than try hard. And Jimmy Butler is sort of like a very high school football strength coachee mentality though. Isn't he good and trust? Good. Yeah. Well, that's. Thing is he is good. And so you look at they needed a wing who could score and play defense and Paul George would have been better fake, why Leonard would have been a better fit, and they just missed on. This guy's Jimmy Butler is just what was left and I worry about. I don't think it's in unfixable problem by what made them good as a team was was their ability to run all those guys out there. They're taking too good rotation pliers and replacing them with one outstanding rotation player, and they just haven't filled that hole the end that that they can they fill that hole in the with bios last year. But it Don it yet. It's tough to do. And like everybody last year who was all over Belen Ellie and Ilias ova and talking about all that's exactly what the Sixers need and whatnot. Okay. Yeah. They hit on both of those guys and that is to their credit. However, both of those guys way over performed what they would normally do and to find one let alone two of those guys to both overperform in those buyout scenarios is incredibly difficult. And I think even then like both of them left defensive holes. Yeah. Belen Ellie was I mean, they did play in crunch time in the playoffs. But if they had had better options, they wouldn't have like that's not the ideal shooting guard for your run to the Eastern Conference finals or beyond it. It's just I don't know. Like, you guys talked about this after the trade, and I was this came up on his act low podcast. But like there's a lot of pressure. Now, like, this is the window the next couple of years before Butler gets old whether even if they do re-sign him and all of a sudden like there's this feeling at least as a fan of like, oh now they act. Gotta go accomplish something, and it was way more fun. When when there was no pressure, no expectations. You know? These guys are. Yeah. This is this is the window right now. And this is the team that you're going to do with. And it just makes me a little nervous about they had all these lottery picks, and they botched a couple of the Okafor. Pick was a a bad bad pick at the time. And you know, I would knowing what I knew then I would do the full for Tatum trade again like this is turned out about as badly as as it could have. But even though there was no way to tan -ticipant this. But how how different does his team look with one extra lottery? Pick on the roster right now. How many of those death issues is assault incredibly different. I mean is that cram wrote a piece for us on the radio dot com. Wondering are the big three the Sixers big three as good as they've seemed. And his whole thing was so we had our twenty five. We did a staff post are twenty five best NBA players to date this season. And the Sixers were the only team with three players on that list. But Zac pointed out the Sixers are a league best thirteen. Eighteen in three in clutch situations this season clutch situations defined by the NBA as five points or fewer in the last five minutes, but they're five and six and non clutch game. So if you adjust what they would be expected to win what their record would be there eighteen and nine right now. But the with the adjusted what they'd be expected to be would be fifteen and twelve so like they've won a bunch of games that maybe they probably shouldn't have won. There was that game that they won after they got Jimmy Butler in Brooklyn where he hit a ridiculous step back falling away three pointer as he's going out of bounds..

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Alan Iverson, NBA And Jalen discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Alan Iverson, NBA And Jalen discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"The Cleveland Cavaliers have a head coach. Deal with Larry drew even moving to hit the brakes. They should've been did this when they decide to fire their coach keep it moving. We keep it moving. We keep it. Alan Iverson is not a fan of something. That's happening in today's NBA. Keep moving her hit the brake. Wow. Hit the brake. We always listen when Alan Iverson speaks. He loves his little guys he said about NBA fashion quote. This is Halloween. Every night is the thirty first of October every night. Alan Iverson is upset about the way. NBA players are dressing is. He sounds like an old head that's out of touch. It's hated or does he have a point? Now. Alan Iverson has been at the forefront of style being a taste maker. I appreciate people like this in the industry who have had styles that people copied like the corn rolls and things of that nature of a guy that was playing at an MVP level. I could not imagine Alan Iverson scooting up and down Abed to try to put on some type pants. I just imagine him doing that. I can't imagine. Alan iverson. Showing up at a game. And I'm seeing his ankles in Killys. Skin tight Capri pants designer silk headwear on where like mismatch vest with his nipples out. Doing it. I don't see. We keep. I like the new intro. Jalen. Let me just hear them. You hear that part? So cold just that. To get up to. I like it. The results are good. But it's also about process 'cause I remember someone yesterday there was in their feelings. I'm not gonna name any names. There was very upset feeling like they were getting conspired against behind their back. Because I sent Reggie a Kendrick line to put in the intro. And then I show up today. And of course, I'm here. And you're not Reggie tells me a story that you're coming up to the studio, and you're doing saying do this do that do this. Now, I'm the saying I like the new intro that's going to be the intro until it's not the intro, but I could have been consulted. Could've been could've been because you're the plane by not being sold yesterday. Where you where you not say, here's the difference. Certain things about this program that you're more passionate about than I am vice versa. That's why we're in amazing team. Yeah. Yeah. I'm passionate about the topics like what we're going to say. The graphical screens. Yeah. The actual things that matter for the television. Yeah. Okay. Hear more about like being original taste makers like respectfully, and I'm not going to call out any shows conduit, Donald I respect my colleagues. I'm not gonna act like we're the first put pictures on wall in a room for man k. I will not act like that. However, I will say this when we started this program eight years ago, the immortals that we have hanging on the wall. They were not being duplicated for national media consumption nonsmoking a lot of shows that have got a little misdemeanor to in them and biting beats bits and pieces offer Jalen and Jacoby.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sharing her electoral wisdom, so I was expecting more. I thought she'd go a lot farther than that. That's all she said just get out and vote. Didn't mention that. She's terrified second or whatever. Those were verbs were by Marsha Blackburn record there. She decided I wonder if she decided maybe that wasn't the best move my life. I don't know. No, no. Didn't it seem like a like a setup though? I mean, you you do the pitch days before you're going to appear on national television. And then you really know. Yeah. So here's an interesting story, Amazon, which has a I am a tool that stands for artificial intelligence. Allen Iverson, actually, that's a recreational vehicle Clark. I'm talking about the point guard from the Philadelphia seventy six back in the day. Heard a funny one the other day, Chris rock said Steph curry is just Alan Iverson with two parents how good is that? Chris rock is something that is really good. Wow. That is deep isn't it? Good. Alan Iverson, mind, bogglingly, talented and very trouble horrifying upbringing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And there, but for the grace of God, go a lot. Sure. Sure. From the smartest stuff. I hear today all comes from comedian. I don't know everybody else engaged to nonsense. I guess. But so Amazon had this part of their computer system for hiring had artificial intelligence in it, and they had for years a team that Amazon reportedly his worked on software that vetted the resumes of job applicants in an effort to service, the most likely hires it, gradually became a sorting down to the few the proud, but gradually became clear that no matter how hard engineers tried to fix it. The recruitment engine found a way to discriminate against women. The artificial intelligence would design a system that discriminate against women. Wow. A team that consisted of around a dozen engineers was tasked with building a program that would utilize machine learning to review a decade's worth of resumes submitted to Amazon and its subsequent hiring practices. Amazon system taught itself that male candidates were preferable for health. You can't argue with computers. Ladies that was intended to be ridiculous. It penalized resumes. That included the word women's as a women's chess club champion, and it downgraded graduates of two all women's colleges. So somehow the. I determined that they were less likely to hire women or something why anyways? They got a bunch of people work on trying to turn that or taught itself to do that they didn't say either way, you know, women are, you know, you know, don't don't give us their resumes. It appears that one of the primary issues with the was that the data set that Amazon had to work with most of the resumes submitted to the company over the previous decade had come from men. So yeah, if you are a new company, and for whatever, you're you're already employing, a large percentage of look at the resumes of the people who we are currently employ. I get advisor the sort. You're looking for. Yes. The artificial intelligence look at education level skill set and picked up on the fact that it's mostly men. Very few things that were like women's chess. Right. Sure. Yeah. We get it is it possible. The official intelligence is gay is anybody asked that question. Just wants more fellas around. I'm asking the tough questions, Jack many artificial intelligence decided to shower in front of the. People applying for the job, Charlie rose like yeah. Wow. Yeah. We'll have to watch out for. Okay. I get so crazy so fast. Please. Are you kidding? Look at human beings. Now quick they get off track. What if you could think a thousand times faster than a human being how wildly nutty off track? Could you get? Particularly I mean, what if there are aspects of AI that turn out to be a lot like Atta leci-, you take a little information extrapolated and have have complete confidence in your conclusion. I is not going to have an artificial intelligence community aren't computers aren't going to have a conscience. I don't think or are they going to be able to at some point have a conscience. I don't know. But so far they won't what Radiohead is even now writing an entire album about that artificial intelligence would look at crime statistics and make some assumptions about black people mcgirt that no human is comfortable making or certainly not enunciating. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Speaking of adolescent, people with a little information in incredible confidence in their conclusions. The folks taking over the streets of Portland beating on cars, terrorizing old people with absolutely no intervention from the place. I involve the what's the name of this organization. I thought it was right in front of me go there. It is. Sorry, hang on. Let me finish on Mike refining. Will I was what while you were looking for. I thought you said, well, you were floundering. No while you were fine. Does I don't need that sort of criticism from you? Very aggressive. Joe? It was trying to fill one you were floundering. The thing is a Freudian slip of you're hearing. Right. No kidding. I heard what you ought to have heard. I've done that. Yeah. Organized by a group called Portland's resistance formed out of the black lives matter movement, and no it, and it's interesting talking to a colleague. Who's who's based out of beautiful Portland area? Which is again the city. I absolutely love. And and a second by simultaneously like so many west coast cities that police don't really take action in these unless they get really out of control that seems pretty out of control to me. We've got the video at Armstrong and Getty dot com. Look at that video, and how would you possibly look at that video and think oh, the cops gonna show up to that? Right. You're going to tell me that that's a reasonable way to approach has now. Now, we only make things worse if we showed up there worse than this worse than people. Just driving down this block people surrounding your car and beating on the car terrorizing on a citizen think we're already to worse gangs of people screaming white supremacists. Get out Whitey and again based on race. You gotta do the Alan Dershowitz shoe on the other foot thing you gonna tell me then if that's a bunch of people in Trump t-shirts surrounding. Alabama screaming at black people based on their race that okay with you. Well, that's different. There can be no racism against white people because of the institutionalized paternalistic. Oh my God. Your professors have screwed up your brain. I feel sorry for a you'll figure it out. I've I've seen it will be embarrassed. By what they convinced you of. But it'll take a while. And you might do some damage between now. And then I've seen a number of these videos, if you're going through the neighborhood, and those people stopped you the way they're dressed in the way or talking to be scared to freaking death, right? And if you're not you're crazy screaming at you that you're an object of hatred based purely. I mean, they just met you. I'm just curious on your race. I'm just trying to go to the mall over there. That's what I'm doing the paternalistic racist mall. Have you heard that Michael avenue audience challenge? Donald Trump junior to an awesome charity. He's still chiming. And I think he's done. I think he's so done. I can't imagine that he's ever going to get on Rachel Maddow show. Again. I can't imagine that. He was ever not done it pretty clear to me what he wants. But not only did he bayton switch a lot of people with the I have got something so good. And then come up with something that was so bad a lot of people now on the left or blaming him for Kevin getting on the court. And they might be right. Oh, they've got a point. Yeah. Yeah. Certainly so Addy is going to wants to fight Donald junior. Who is not as yet responded in the creepy porn promoter? He's he's down to his last gasps. Right. I mean where he's challenging people to MA fight. I guess you're not running for president fight me. You know, what's so amazing about the Willer? So many amazing aspects of politics these days, and there's so much hypocrisy on both sides. Porn for the longest time was a cause celebre of the left that it was exploitive of women and sick for that reason. But then Michael avenue dotty becomes a hero. Because these anti-trump even though he's getting rich while he trots his clients around to shake her breasts and show her her private parts in CD disgusting clubs around America and some lovely classy gentlemen's clubs as well. Gentleman's club, gentlemen, gentlemen. How's your day? Gentlemen, morning, gentlemen. Gentlemen. Also in in pervert news. Anthony Weiner will soon be released from his twenty one month prison sentence jailed for sexting, a fifteen year old girl in the Carolinas. If you have not watched the documentary Weiner, I highly recommended Netflix, Hulu one of them, so good. It's among the best. I've ever seen it really need to all kinds of level. Tabloid sexy, politics, definitely. Media cameras run for. No, I know, but Donald Trump junior re tweeted somebody else's tweet discussing that fact, and showing a couple of sexy sexy shirtless picks that Anthony Weiner took in Donald Trump added to that re tweet it's gonna be Carlos dangerous. And you also said who else is excited about ever Nadi Weiner, twenty twenty wow. Addi responded by taunting junior about going to prison. Biff biff is that just a like a missive he's a upper crust. The trumps have been accused of being the the rich guys from the back to the future movies. The best. This is the jump to the future when Jerry. If I were you the last thing, I would be doing is referencing other people getting out of federal prison because after your indicted, you'll likely be passing them on your way in by the way, they don't have silver spoons or gold toilets in the joint. Buckle up buttercup. That's where we are country the nation of James, Madison brokering the dispute between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams on the strength of the federal government versus the states has become the nation of Donald Trump junior and Michael avenue ATI throwing shade on one another.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And I think that you can kind of take some of those analogies. You can apply them to. You're lifting in gym. You can apply to a lot of things you're doing outside the gym, something unique. I think about your training style and some of the training style that we've seen adapted for a lot of lifters is spreading out fatigue and the idea of. We don't have to. We can squat once a week. We can think about squadron once a week, and maybe there's scenarios where you could swab every other week and get away with it for a while. I don't know, right. I mean, we don't truly know. We've just tried to do the best we can, but you could squad every day you could squad every other day. You could squat three times a week, two times a week. There's a lot of different things that can work. But if you if you kind of think about it from a mathematical standpoint, you think about it from an individual standpoint. So for example, let's just say. Let's say that I'm very inefficient squatting. You watch me squat my form. You know, on a scale of one to ten is a three and it doesn't look like it's going to improve any time soon, but it. But it looks like if I just put in some work that can improve rapidly, maybe a suggested thing for me would be he, let's have you squat more often since you're not great at it. Let's have you practice it. And those three different workouts during the week can be vastly different, right? Yep. Yeah, you can. You can have squall workouts that are are dramatically different. You can have heavy workout, light workout, high rep, workout, a low work, low rep, workout. The the research generally shows that higher frequency is a vehicle for adding more training volume. So what what is causing progress repel after's. It is the ability to add more training volume over time. Frequency is one way of doing that, so I can. I do. I can do three sets of three on two separate days or I can use sit six three on one day, and that's kind of the same training volume. So frequency is like a vehicle for us to get extra ability to add volume. It's also a chance to add practice so I can have a lifter just practice a man practice. One of my favorites on Iverson back in his act is not not the game, not the game. I love we tell you how practice. You remember that Alan Iverson back today. I haven't seen that. It's a long. It's a long time ago. You're pretty young too. So maybe maybe it skipped you, but. But yet is it is interesting how that has changed, and you mentioned it's a, you know, era go..

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Show like alan iverson was an affront to sportsmanship dragging his guys to the finals missing practices drink and a bunch he wasn't what swaggie p hits is what swine he is allowed to exist as a comical joke in a way the twenty years ago would not have been allowed i was it was a lot better but yes i mean swaggie p would not be allowed to exist think about this what swaggie what do you mean legalize cocaine what in the middle of the locker room celebration it was talking about snitching and how the angela russell betrayed him it's it's a sports crime for the new millennia the idea that the ngelo russell is now a net with white howard what what dwight howard what what are the nets going to people with what's procra going people it is it dwight howard jeremy lin now lens god he's a wary i don't think he's gone he's still in the nba he's not with the nets has been that he's just been hurt he signed a big contract by look at where the boston celtics are after trading garnett and pearson everybody over there and the nets we're gonna have a super team program was doing you know flips off of jet ski and he didn't keep any paper trail in russia because god knows what he was doing with no computers you're right i guess he was heard isaiah whitehead is what they're coming at people with okay until procure off trades these guys and says i'm going to start basketball big and brooklyn with jay z the same way that whom is doing it now saying we're starting with jay z we're going to build something i'm going to build a big brand and he does it with kevin garnett and paul pierce paul pierce who had spent the entire summer in las vegas casino getting a massage for three months while admittedly in a bathrobe never leaving a bathrobe and drinking the entire time three months it's got jalil okeafor though i mean twin towers no but now look at it though look at it closely to guts and the boston celtics since that time they now have all of the assets you could want they have with the clarity of hindsight that sports illustrated cover of who was it my garnett pearson darren williams in number get jason kidd was there they oh they were coming to get the miami heat right yes that was what was coming to get the miami heat and now look at what mismanagement looks like it looks like the net who's their coach i dare you who's their coach i dare man the cover said who wants a piece of the same we forgot i so joe was on that cover as was brook lopez today every johnson no he's an alabama oh i've told you for ten years that brook lopez story it's a joke around the miami heat offices every year the call comes in hey or shopping brook lopez anyone interested and every year it's like they put everyone on hold and it's like again we're getting the brooke lopez's call that's what they were building around and now look at it they'll look at where.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Guess what you're in the middle of stephen swift show podcast let's go to kimberly in california you live steve kimberly our house stephen as nice to talk to you nice talking to you as well please go ahead so i wanna get agree with all folks in america and the universe say lebrun is the greatest player i agree with that okay okay lebron okay he's a million dollars on his body every year but he's not he doesn't have a killer instinct to finish the game so i just want to name a few people i feel that are champions jordan magic bird clara ai stop stop stop kim is not better than lebron james alan iverson would tell you that magic johnson is not better than the bronze james he'll tell you that was a better leader he's better winner because they got more championships for the ad obviously the right personnel with them but as a talent he's not better than the broad james a matter of fact you'd be hard pressed to find three people in nba history with more talent than the brawn james now if you want to say they were better winners that's a different conversation but when you talk about best players you alluded to talent and there's no way on earth that those players you mentioned what better than the budgets what a one they were up the whole game and they did not win so shared half finished the game can i ask you a question kimberly yes because the best play always went yes right there did you know that magic johnson loss four nba finals okay did you know that to have jabbar laws for nba funds yes did you know that the silhouette that is jerry west one of the great great players in nba history lost eight of the nine finals that he was in okay.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Guess what you're in the middle of stephen swift show podcast let's go to kimberly in california you live steve kimberly our house stephen as nice to talk to you nice talking to you as well please go ahead so i wanna get agree with all folks in america and the universe say lebrun is the greatest player i agree with that okay okay lebron okay he's a million dollars on his body every year but he's not he doesn't have a killer instinct to finish the game so i just want to name a few people i feel that are champions jordan magic bird clara ai stop stop stop kim is not better than lebron james alan iverson would tell you that magic johnson is not better than the bronze james he'll tell you that was a better leader he's better winner because they got more championships for the ad obviously the right personnel with them but as a talent he's not better than the broad james a matter of fact you'd be hard pressed to find three people in nba history with more talent than the brawn james now if you want to say they were better winners that's a different conversation but when you talk about best players you alluded to talent and there's no way on earth that those players you mentioned what better than the budgets what a one they were up the whole game and they did not win so shared half finished the game can i ask you a question kimberly yes because the best play always went yes right there did you know that magic johnson loss four nba finals okay did you know that to have jabbar laws for nba funds yes did you know that the silhouette that is jerry west one of the great great players in nba history lost eight of the nine finals that he was in okay.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Because of all that energy but all these guys in the cavs are really old we make a note of that every chance we get yeah i don't know if you saw the photo going around of kyle korver with alan iverson when they were teammates and someone's like this is the only reason we know that kyle korver is thirty seven years old it's the only proof also my favorite unlikely odd couple pairing kyle korver next to alan iverson is cop movie it's the original version of the jr smith kevin love buddy cop movie that i really want watching the anytime something good happens for the cavs i just wait to watch those to celebrate together and it fills my heart in a way that almost nothing else does i agree except for i feel like korver's intense religiousness actually ups the ante on the iverson korver combo versus love smith bet is true because hey i was like the cultural shift in the nba that everyone always points back to and just could not be further and cow korver sites him is one of the biggest influences on his young career says he took him under his wing so there were very real interaction's happening between those two guys i love that i feel like so i'm not surprised to hear that you liked playing on the road because you strike me as someone who would get a little bit fiery about trying to disrespect the opponent on their home field it just it comes with the territory you like being in that environment where you feel it's three hundred style where it's just you and ragtag little battalion trying to go into someplace name is a real yeah real little battalion yeah i just what scrappy underdog you always think of us really overcoming the odds it's in the song i wish someone would pay attention to you guys never get any credit for anything you do people don't talk about that nearly don't talk like notre dame but i guess that's the point is i i never understood this idea that field mattered that much to you but in this series it's been the entire difference we just sit here now and we were talking before the show we could've just skipped last night's game and the.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"For each but he was not shack he just wasn't if philly you poo poo in philly philly was a great freezer that's shorter is the whole difference between those two that's it ten okay but if you could say that about lebron alan iverson i mean the science where's the big news and jack was favored he didn't give more than bar and so he can waive his ring ran i like a lot how defended shack over kobe the entire time but don't worry if you finger in front of bobby like i welcome back we're joined now by hall of famer eric dickerson and he founded the big lead jason mcintyre moved to new england where a lot of ink has been spilled trying to explain what's behind tom brady and rob gronkowski is cool attitude towards bill belichick this all season now a guy who knows the team as well as anyone former pets executive michael lombardi says he thinks the real reason is they want more money and when you look at what brady's making compared to guys like matt ryan kirk cousins and case keenum lombardi kind of has a point cowherd should brady be bothered by his contract yeah i mean if you are the best in the world at something and yet you are paid sixteenth best it's not about the money it's what it symbolizes money symbolizes respect when eric was the best back in the league you can maybe talk yourself out of well on the second highest pay but you know my contracts coming up in a year.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I know what i saw i can see body yeah i'm the got it covered alan iverson for ten years i'm nagata covered obvious that will larry brown every day for six years the god that new there was controversy when no one else did just by alan iverson walk into the bench larry brown rolling is i can tell and i'm telling you it wasn't good what i saw in terms of body language and beyond when it came to brett brown bring up brett brown at this particular moment of time because brett brown is making news right now because of coding to the beach bleacher report mike sheree i believe is name i don't know if that's the correct pronunciation i don't wanna butch anybody's name so mike if i mispronounced your last name i truly apologize c h a r i think as we or cheery mice yari for bleacher report rights seventy sixers brett brown according to brown seventy sixers need high level free agent to win title seventy sixers head coach brett brown stressed the importance friday of landing a big name of free agency this off season according to derrick bod ner of the athletic brown said quote i think another high level free agent is required to win a championship i think we have the ability to attract one well done yes we know you got twenty five million in cap space you're ready got young lions along with a top five market in the united states of america to lure a marquee free agent all true brett brown and it is absolutely true brett brown that you absolutely positively need a high end free agent obviously was talking about lebron even though he never said his name because he doesn't want to pay any fine for tampering charges or what have you i get that.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I know what i saw i can see body yeah i'm the got it covered alan iverson for ten years i'm nagata covered obvious that will larry brown every day for six years the god that new there was controversy when no one else did just by alan iverson walk into the bench larry brown rolling is i can tell and i'm telling you it wasn't good what i saw in terms of body language and beyond when it came to brett brown bring up brett brown at this particular moment of time because brett brown is making news right now because of coding to the beach bleacher report mike sheree i believe is name i don't know if that's the correct pronunciation i don't wanna butch anybody's name so mike if i mispronounced your last name i truly apologize c h a r i think as we or cheery mice yari for bleacher report rights seventy sixers brett brown according to brown seventy sixers need high level free agent to win title seventy sixers head coach brett brown stressed the importance friday of landing a big name of free agency this off season according to derrick bod ner of the athletic brown said quote i think another high level free agent is required to win a championship i think we have the ability to attract one well done yes we know you got twenty five million in cap space you're ready got young lions along with a top five market in the united states of america to lure a marquee free agent all true brett brown and it is absolutely true brett brown that you absolutely positively need a high end free agent obviously was talking about lebron even though he never said his name because he doesn't want to pay any fine for tampering charges or what have you i get that.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"That's it ten okay but you could say that about lebron alan iverson or saw where's the big news and jack was favored he didn't give more than bar and so he can waive his ring ran i like a lot of algae defended shack over kobe the entire time but don't wave you finger in front of me like that i welcome back we're joined now by hall of famer eric dickerson and he founded the big lead jason mcintyre moved to new england where a lot of ink has been spilled trying to explain what's behind tom brady and rob gronkowski's cool attitude towards bill belichick this all season now a guy who knows the team as well as anyone former pets executive michael lombardi says he thinks the real reason is they want more money and when you look at what brady's making compared to guys like matt ryan kirk cousins and case keenum lombardi kind of has a point cowherd should brady be bothered by his contract yeah i mean if you are the best in the world at something and yet you are paid sixteenth best it's not about the money it's what it symbolizes money symbolizes respect when eric was the best back in the league you can maybe talk yourself out of well in the second highest pay but you know my contracts coming up in a year if you're the sixteenth highest paid running back you go home at night and you go to bed and you put your head in that pillow you're thinking that was me one hundred fifty thousand pissed.

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"alan iverson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"alan iverson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We're going to talk about money you are you're amazing dragon i try to stay sure did your cookie this is interesting speaking of money this comes out from money ish and they have a list here of the ten highest paying freelance jobs based on pay and job availability this is kinda surprising hired killer is that is there one in there that would be a good freelance job and it probably pays really good freelance for sure jail after well true these are all legal jobs artificial intelligence at the top of the list one hundred fifteen bucks an hour what does that mean i'm not even sure what that means artificial intelligence what is it a hundred and fifteen bucks an hour dealing with ufo's i don't think i don't know isn't that alan iverson blockchain architecture eighty seven bucks an hour what what's that chain i don't know good question robotics seventy seven bucks an hour we can figure that one out you know there's a job for ethical hackers so if you wanna hack into somebody's bank account but do it ethically if you want your basically testing security's cybersecurity okay and trying to hack into somehow i don't think we'd be worth a damn on that but just saying we don't know any we wouldn't be good at any of these sixty six bucks artificial intelligence also include self driving cars oh it says it makes it possible for machines to learn from experience just to new inputs him perform human tasks the examples about today are from chess playing computers to self driving cars ties right into what we were talking about earlier currency sixty five bucks an hour we don't know what any of these jobs i don't know because nobody else does either one person out there listening to this type we're we're all for i'm all for five well obviously we didn't pay a whole lot of attention in our computer data programming classes.

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