20 Burst results for "Alexa Cortana"

Bruce Rasa - AgVoice: Voice Tech for the Farm

Future Ear Radio

06:04 min | 7 months ago

Bruce Rasa - AgVoice: Voice Tech for the Farm

"Fascinating space because it seems, everyone is interested in voice. Everyone's willing to try and trial. It but we. We really here's got sparked. So about five years ago many people might remember that. Google did a public competition. For. Smart Glasses and they primarily aimed at you. Know vast majority that at the consumer market. But when I saw the device first floor in about it as a possible successor, initially compliment, but possible successor to the smartphone itself. I was really intrigued. At could be A. Very useful very practical everyday hands on tool to help people collect a saying for example in any industrial use case. And I just knew that intuitively because of Mine Akron grown up on the farm, families still farms in total like my a father brother GonNA cousins farm about ten thousand acres in western Missouri. uncles Nance also have an portrait of a forty thousand apple trees. Really Groping really neat, fascinating, rich diverse environment for for agricultural. work in the short versions observe was her hands on intense job, so when hands free tool came along I was interested tried out, so the specific origin story was. Through my name in the ring. In a you know Google did a public competition said. What would you do if you had this device? And I said well, if I had glass I would help. Farmers Growers Connect with consumers and show how their food is grown in a safe and environmentally responsible way so effectively the type of communications platform. To allow the world of agriculture to connect with the world of consumers, which usually has a lot of. Differences are GonNa Misunderstandings and the simple version is I was I was fortunate I was selected. and went through the list of the eight thousand people selected, and only five even mentioned the word agriculture. Got, this, device that has intriguing possibility, it's tested and so I actually I got the device in Los, Angeles I fully can say Missouri, and I went and test it with farmers the next day, so the first place in the world, smart glasses retested in the in the food production sector, anyway at least to general purpose, you know mass device. On Google's device was in western cooler bar. That's so cool, yeah! I think that's super interesting and you mentioned something there. You know hands busy labor intensive like that's where I think that. This is where it really caught. My attention is this. Is this notion that you know you think about that type of job? If you're a grower, you're a farmer more times than not I would imagine that you are doing things that are really. Really preoccupying yourself, but I think that as I've learned a little bit about your product, it really allows for them to continue to do the job that they're doing, but also sort of take care of a lot of different like almost like clerical work right like this is what I did today. These were the amount of bushels of apples that I picked. The right s you know kind of going like one by one and you can do this all on the go and and I. Just think that's so interesting, because clearly as you know, I would imagine that would the type of feedback that you've gotten is like this is a really positive thing because it allows me to do my job just way more efficiently than I had been doing it can. Can you speak a little bit to that idea of like how this tool serves that type of professional? Assure so a couple of examples quicken in that you know toying with the device on my whole goal was to put that. SMART glasses in a lot of people's hands, which I I got to meet with about eight hundred people over the course of a year people were from. Slightly more than twenty different countries got very diverse input and Dave. Two things came out loud and clear was. Screaming need for hands free device. NC exactly what you said was people already with a hands on job, sometimes a full professional job, not just if you will caller, but all of them have an escalating need to capture information as they're doing their job and they don't WanNa stop work doesn't sound like a big deal. Many people saying office, but this this stops ten twenty or thirty percent of their day by today's recordkeeping, which is really not frankly they're usually. They're talented their passion. But the the second thing that came out in their search was the voice recognition absolutely sucked. So these people have specialized dedicated jobs there. People could veterinarians a plant scientists agronomist. Machinery inspectors repair support in a very specific jobs. Basically, they have a very specific vocabulary or dictionary or lexicon. If you will a things they need to do the reports and pretty simple. If you if anyone listening this is tried anything with a general purpose, surface optimize for consumers be Siri. It could be google. Times Alexa Cortana. Usually those things really. Are Not optimized all for specific industrial use case yen. Okay, the second thing is. I'd observe what has happened. Ed Buried very successfully in the healthcare sector. So the quick kind of analogy there is whistling somewhat. Similar idea, but again the healthcare sector just one company alone called nuance. Brilliant job kind of from a distance think last I understood they've about five hundred thousand. Users that are doctors, nurses, health practitioners doing this thing you're talking about to invoice capture against healthcare records, so the big benefit to them is a reduction in this this overwhelming painful. recordkeeping piece so critical mandatory yet 'cause it's a major. Of Major source of overwhelming and burn out for physicians and other people in health care. And the second thing is frankly they're taking their eyes off the patient.

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Can Voice AI have Emotional Intelligence? Feat. Rana Gujral CEO of Behavioral Signals

Inside VOICE

08:38 min | 1 year ago

Can Voice AI have Emotional Intelligence? Feat. Rana Gujral CEO of Behavioral Signals

"I WANNA start off with a recent study that was done by Michael Krause of Yale. University and his research contended that the voice including both speech content and the linguistic impera linguistic vocal cues meaning hitch cadence speed and volume that accompany. It is a particularly powerful channel for perceiving the emotions of others and so he wrote that this assertion supports the central prediction tested in these studies. That voice only communication enhances empathetic relative to communication across senses. Can you speak to this at all? Why are we able to detect more empathy through voice? Yeah for sure. So first off a Weiss's are very bar. Fleischer of deducing the emotional state of mind more so than people understand and this study in particular by Professor Krausz is incredibly interesting. So let's talk a little bit about what he actually did. So basically he took a video feed of interaction and obviously there was audio as well and he turned the video off a just tried to measure the emotion based on simply the audio alone. Andy benchmark that I and he then turned up your back on and realize that you're looking at two data points. You're looking at the audio but you're also looking at the facial and you would expect that the read on emotions would become more accurate. But when he found was that it became actually less accurate and he was really surprised by that. And that's sort of pieces of the study and so thou sort of the whole study which minute think. Why is it that when I'm looking at both the visual and audio I'm actually getting a lesser read than men? I'm looking at just the audio. And so what he found was that as humans very adept at master emotions to facial expressions or not really very good at doing the same throughout the tone of voice. So if you just queuing in onto the tone of voice which is just listening to somebody on the phone. You actually have a better read on the emotional state of mind than when you're looking at the person enlisting to that and the reason that is is we sent out a lot of false alerts from facial expressions and bathrobes us off so although I'm sensing somebody something in someone's voice a facial expressions tell me otherwise and that's sort the interesting part of this whole study and so for us. The high quality data is voiced data in a variety of the use cases. We apply ourselves to provide us with a lot of data like call sanders contact centers including interactions virtual assistance where there's no visual feedback available. So not only. Is it more accurate to focus on waste but for us this more data available on voices visual data and then it adds to the accuracy? 'cause data leads to better outcomes and so those bandages provide us with a compelling differentiation from competitors because focus exclusively voice. That's kind of what we do. And the founders of this company have been researching the space for over twenty years. A lot of work has gone into the analysis poison reactions as well as the Bushland vehicles did apply behind the Watson Rashes yet and it's funny because when I read that study this was actually not the first time I've heard someone. Tell me that I had a psychologist years ago. That you can. Actually you get more honesty and more truth than a person from their voice than you do by seeing them which brings to the point right when you're talking to people sometimes. Somebody's talking to you and you're like I'm feeling this now like no no no. That's not what I'm saying like something feels off and I'm curious like do you think that that is the truth like whatever you're feeling from someone else or is that our own perception. No I think you perceptions accurate for the most part the feeling which you are. Deducing is based on a variety of factors. And I'm in. Your mind is processing the words but there's a lot more processing that's going on behind the scenes. You're doing off on the pitch on total variance in your acuity golf on the emphasis behind certain words. So let's take quick example if I ask you a simple question and You respond to be with a quick simple response. But I sent sarcasm in your voice. I'm going to take that into consideration right. Not just what you're saying how you're responding to me a what responding to me but how you're responding to me matters to me a lot because I understand your state of mind or I get a sense of his State of mind and that Jews into better. You mean what you're saying are not are you relating to my point of view So it's incredibly yes. I am personally faster by because I love this kind of psychology communication space with your company behavioral signals. Your team is answering the question. Can Machines be intelligent without emotions? What do you think about this? This is my favorite question. Because it's like it's got so many different layers to this question so I believe there are two parts to this question. I I is better. Machines can really be emotionally intelligent and the second part is whether there should be and that's a question which I guess asselot resist ethical or is from morality standpoint. Is that the right thing to do. So let's take those rights for the first part machines definitely. Can I mean one of the things that he is focused on is getting machine to do things that humans are just better at doing today but machine software systems inanimate system where you are call them they have their own superpowers for example they can process? Huge amounts of data and compute power can be dedicated to a specific task but as humans. We are distracted by a lot of different things. So you have those capabilities in a machine that can be leveraged to bring intelligent use cases to a picture and we're seeing now what we're seeing now is we're interacting with machines. Orrin bar and it's not just delegating tasks for a machine to do but actually interacting with the machine and talking to it for example we were talking about earlier like when it comes to churchill assistance like Google Assistant Alexa. Cortana were literally treating these inanimate entities as a human substitute bedridden directing that machines through Royce. We need to understand how interacted all humans? And when I'm interacting with you. I'm just saying something to me and I'm saying something back. I'm not just chewing on what you're saying. I'm also queuing on how you're saying it and trying to empathize with your cognitive state of mind and your feelings your emotions behind the words you're using and so when we're GONNA go back to the whole equation but machines I mean that erections best thing between human and machine and as a result a lot of these interactions don't really have a superior use case they're just very transactional and our goal is to provide the ability to these machines to be as good as humans than processing affect twitches or the technical term of emotion s and emotional state of mind so that they could be more relatable and how much more user engage experience for the fellow and it can be and there's a need to be for machines to be emotionally aware. Now let's tackle the should question and that's a little bit more complicated so in a way this touches on morality and I think morality is a tough question. And I don't know if I'm equipped to judge that personally but I would say that. The technology moralities are on proper disclosures about making a choice on your behalf right so by giving you the choice to experience what you want and don't want but there it serves the greater good or one-sided purpose if it is towards a one-sided purpose than yes. You're tampering on morality but if it's for a larger good that you're in the right direction but anything else you'd have a sense of discipline to be able to understand those subtle differences. Let's think about one particular thing so while we can bet on is that we are going to depend on machines more and more and that is something which is given and the second thing that we can bet on is. That machines are going to be more and more intelligence. And that's already starting to happen but if you sort of agree to those Detroit's Andy agreed Troops in mind would rather have a machine that you're interacting with and depending on which is very very intelligent emotionally aware or not emotionally aware and so that is a question when he draws ourselves to. How would you respond to that human question and that human contact's but if you think about that in the human contact me if you have a human who you depend on and who's very intelligent but is not emotionally aware? Well that is the clinical definition of psychopath. I mean so. It would be one machine cycle PATs. I want I in my emotionally. Intelligent machine would typically be more ethical and fairer rather than very diligent machine. You depend on. Who has no ability to process emotions? So that's how I feel and that's where we believe in

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Mitchell Hartman was talking earlier about how some states are preparing for the next recession. But let's take a look back at the last one. The great recession had a lot of lasting consequences and housing jobs financial nanteuil regulations but it also had a surprising effect on company names specifically for financial institutions new banking APPs and startups are picking human first names like Dave Frank and bridget meredith. Haggerty from vox wrote about this meredith. Good to have you with us. Thank you so much for having me so obviously. This is a branding trend in personal finance apps and startups but what is the reasoning for these companies and using a first name instead of like a a company or product name that just says what it does well. There are a few things that were care but the the primary thing is really just these companies WANNA sound friendly and human. They WanNa feel accessible the people and the best way to do that or the shortest simplest way to do that is what the human name but speaking of some of those banks. You have your Charles Schwab's and your J. P. Morgan's ends and your Morgan Stanley. And all these these are also human names just like some of these newer APPs and startups. So what's the difference so often. These companies were named following the nineteen twenty nine crash and the idea was that you would have an organization that felt institutional and strong and reliable but but when those organizations with those kinds of names failed so spectacularly in two thousand eight the idea that they were strong and reliable sort of lost luster if you give your banker career startup a catchy first name I mean is it working on these targeted demographics. I think it varies like organization. There's so many of them at this point. It's hard to say that they're they're all working but I do think that yeah often they do feel effective. Where where are these names? Even coming from though it varies company to company Do some of the ones that I spoke to Dave which does personal loans among other things. likes to think of themselves as a as David and Goliath there are the little guy to these big big banks. But there's casual also there dave or her frank I spoke with the the Frank does student loans and our help students apply for FAFSA and the idea. There is a play on transparency and frankness and also As the founder pointed out to me like uncle's name like a weird uncle neum I think was her actual quote which. I loved the idea that you might go to your uncle frank for advice this on something. Exactly one quote that jumped out to me and your piece was from a linguist and branding strategies that you talked to who noted a lot of these APPs have quote every man White Guy Name expand on that a little bit for me. The people that I spoke to who've who came up with the names often said that these names felt like they crossed. I racial lines whether or not that's true. It's a little bit difficult to say. Marcus Dave Frank Shirt. Lots of people can have these names. But it the thing it's in contrast to you is chat bots which often have a country lists feminizing name. Siri Alexa Cortana. Whereas Dave Marcus Frank Frank these are just like adult menu men so this seems to be appealing to the stereotype that you might go to a man for financial advice but to a woman for for service? Yeah you're turning to the Patriarchy to help you for For financial advice in your cutting a woman you know tell you what time it is or the weather or whatever it is if younger consumers are so suspicious of big banks traditional banks Is there reason to believe that. Just giving somebody a casual casual first name as your company name is really going to trick someone. Well one thing that I didn't have space for the piece but eventually these names are gonna sound the like the name. Bob Bob will sound like trust co like you will lose this feeling that that this is doing anything to you because we become wise to these name conventions and the sort of marketing gimmicks so so soon enough I think the first name trying to lose its luster. We won't see it as much. Meredith Haggerty is deputy editor of the goods by. Vox thanks so much. Thank you so much Charles. Schwab which was mentioned in this interview is one of marketplace's underwriters..

"alexa cortana" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good evening. I'm janice. Right. Three things to now at five forty five one. He's talking like he might run saying he will spread his message around the country. But mayor de Blasio won't be pinned down on. Whether he does plan a run for the White House to the man in the White House hunkering down on two fronts. No budging on the border wall with a partial government shutdown now, the longest in US history and calling insulting the idea. He worked with the Russians to the possible. Detriment of the US the FBI had enough concerns to launch an investigation. Three two deadly. Fires in two days have taken three lives and elderly couple Saturday morning and midtown. A fifty one year old woman in regal park. Overnight. NYPD officers will begin making sweeps tomorrow through parks in the South Bronx hoping to clean them out of drug users. WCBS Mike's melts has more on the story. Open air in the public drug. Use is common in certain parts of the South Bronx local city councilman Rafeal Salamanca called the area ground zero for drug use in an interview with politico to address that problem. The NYPD will begin increasing its presence in city parks. They're sending officers into the parks where they'll have the option to arrest drug users. That's something that worries advocates who are pushing for less punitive approach to ending a legal drug use the feeling being it's more back to a war on drugs solution that's outdated and damaging and it's a surprise to those advocates with mayor de Blasios saying just this past Thursday in his state of the city address. I want to be blunt about this for years. There was a conventional wisdom in this town. And it said that you could only arrest your way to a safer city. Guess what? Conventional wisdom was wrong. The mayor has defended the idea of using police officers to push drug users out of parks saying there is no, okay. Place to use drugs. And that his administration's goal is to get treatment for everyone who needs it likes melts. WCBS? Newsradio. Eight eighty now the good life from CNBC. Their names are already legend Siri, Alexa, Cortana and now you can add one more ama-. She is the world's first digital mountain assistant Emma doesn't speak. But the next time you hit the slopes, you can text her with all of your questions about ski conditions parking Reynolds. Even how your personal ski stats are stacking up. Emma is in beta testing at all nine Vail resort properties. Four in Colorado three in Tahoe. One in Park City in another in Canada. She's been on the job at keystone since November acquiring knowledge along the way getting to know, how guests ask questions, and how to compile all the knowledge she needs to answer those questions, Emma like so many uses artificial intelligence, but she's already innately smart enough to know that if she doesn't have an answer there's a human who does and she'll happily connect the two of you with a good life report. I'm Tyler Mathisen CNBC for WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty. We still need those real people doing traffic.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"So they want you to run Android. They want you to run chrome OS. They. Don't care where you do it that they're not they don't making any money selling you, a pixelbook some curious. I am curious. What you guys think about this? I don't understand. It can't L the source of the obvious things that you know, the the the boot camp thing was one the second one is for developers, and this is maybe plausible, but I feel like the Lennox app. Compatibility solves that problem for most of the people who would be in that sphere. You know, as a developer either, you're going to be like kind of a web type developer or an Android app developer Android studio. Chur runs on lenox assume runs the links must. So why why why why do you guys think I'm just I'm I really don't know why I Google is never confirmed that the doing this publicly that never stated why why are they doing this? No one knows to screw with Microsoft over. That would be that answer makes more sense than anything, actually. No. That's that's a good answer. Because there's a lot of things. Just distort Microsoft, right? So originally, this is just going to be pixelbook. But then the implication is it could be any Chromebook that meets the hardware requirements. And if you think about it, you know, a lot of a lot of people who look at Chromebooks, they're like, yeah. But I have this one windows the help that I really need to run benefit. I could I I would totally use this hardware. What if you take that restriction away? All right. Let me give you a something. I've made up. This is just I was because I was really I was thinking through this. And it kind of speaks what you just I'm curious about the viability of this. I wonder if there isn't something to do putting is kind of a lousy thing for normal thing to do. Right. If you're dual booting between two versions of an operating system or two different operating systems, you spending a lot of time not working. You know, you're you're moving back and forth. And it's like the ally. The Alexa Cortana thing, you know. Which one do I have to use for this going to think about that? What if there was some way for Chroma west to run windows apps, but it required windows to be installed on the hardware. Right. Is there any technical feasability to what I said? It's my scene somehow or Hymie. I I don't I'm not really sure it. But in other words, you know, obviously, there are these wine type solutions you haven't Lennox furnace windows, apps environment. But what if because you know, Chroma says the lightweight operating system? What if just having windows on the system? Somehow enabled. Apps to run it under chrome OS because that would make more sense. It solves the problem. In the words, I need that one whatever it might Photoshop or just make something like through emulation more is what you're kind of him. I don't know. I'm just I I don't know. I'm just is there some advantage having windows installed on that system. Where side by side, you could run it, you know, virtual environments in the MAC, do this you can install windows ten to boot camp and go into parallels on MAC OS and load that thing virtually no takes up memory and dispaced, obviously. But I don't know I I'm just. Yeah. I saw people in the the ritual stories from day developers dot com, and I saw some people in the comments saying, I bet it's not duel..

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Coming up, the truly incredible things things had changed every aspect of our lives. Think about the rise of these assistances Siri, Alexa, Cortana Bixby from Samsung. This technology is incredibly useful and convenient for all sorts of things from asking simple questions. Like what was the score of the Rams chiefs game? How about that listing to scheduling to note taking last night, I told Syria wake me up with three thirty and this morning, and she did it. She was told much my wife's chagrin, of course, the rise of these virtual systems. Also had its share of controversy. People who are understandably worried if devices are spying on them. So the apple Amazon alphabet can hit you with better targeted ads. But I think we don't spend enough time considering all the positives here, which is why I'm very excited and glare of the man who pretty much invented. This technology is name is Don kit lasts. He's here with us today co founder and former CEO of Ciri, but she sold to apple and then cope out curry co founder and CEO of the company behind Bixby, which he sold to Samsung last year, visit Kinloss the money. This is very exciting. How are you, sir? Trevor seat. I gotta ask you is what the hell we've been doing typing over these years. Isn't that the dumbest thing ever? Yeah. I've been in mobile for awhile, and it turns out that type things like speaking of seven times faster typing. Laugh one day that we? Yeah. Think so. Speech recognition gets really like ninety percent accuracy right now. And as you get past these like thresholds of qualities, suddenly everyone starts using it. Okay. Well, that's going up one of my dad's heroes. My dad mom's here's guy name of Dag, hammers shoe. But it's spelled it just like you just pronounced dog. We'll be machines ever know the difference between Dagon dog eventually actually Syria actually lets you teach. You the contact names in your own context? How to pronounce it? Yes. Functionality in there. Let's you actually do them. Is that something you put in Syria? No came after me is are you happy with what they've done the series since you invented yet. So on the positive side. It's a lot faster speech recognitions gotten a lot better. But they dropped the ball in a couple of things like opening it up to third party. So I think this whole thing becomes a lot more. Explain that to our large. Yeah. Yeah. So. Seri- today sort of a an assistance in general are are used in sort of a very basic way city reminders alarm, right? But when you open that up to a third party ecosystem like the app store did. Okay. So imagine two thousand seven iphone launches got about nine apps on it. But this is like weather and stocks nine months later, they open the app store. Now, you've got millions and.

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‘Google Go’ Browser Will Read Web Pages Out Loud

Kim Komando

08:48 min | 2 years ago

‘Google Go’ Browser Will Read Web Pages Out Loud

"One triple eight eight to five fifty to, fifty four, once, again, is the. Way to join us and before we go back to all of our fantastic phone calls this. Show some more interesting items. That crossed my screen that you just need to know about because it's really hard to decipher the good. The bad and the ugly stuff that you see online but these. Are, the important things that you need to know like for, example if you use, YouTube at all and especially if you have some young women in your family odds are you know at least something about the makeup videos see the young. Women in these videos talk about the latest products they have millions, of views And in the industry they're actually called. Influencers the influencers make money by striking deals with companies and brands. To promote products on their channels and on their streams and in, the case of popular influencers sometimes they. Can get for just a single post or. A single video housands of dollars that's right assure post maybe a, few hundred words or a five minute video thousands of dollars because they have all these people that are following them now the reason why I'm bringing this up is that the times are changing. And now companies are paying influencers extra money to bad mouth. That company's competitors, big money something like seventy five, thousand dollars for a dedicated negative review of a competitor's product, now of, course there, are rules that influencers have to follow. When making promotional deals the Federal Trade, Commission requires influencers to clearly. Disclose on social media if The poster paid by advertisers were if there's some financial relationship but from now. On, if you, read very positive review or very negative review if you see a. Video telekinesis to it could just be bought and paid for either. Way And speaking of. Kids do you remember when, your, mom would say Eric. Just got in from school wash your, hands and make sure that you sing happy birthday to make sure that you get, all, those germs off your hands that should. Be enough? And then also in restaurant restrooms I, always like this they always have that. Sign that. Says employees have to, wash their hands thoroughly before going back to work and you're like gosh I really hope that they do that don't you are you. Sure that they're doing well here comes some tech. To the rescue that's right a couple of, really really smart engineers a figured. Out that putting together proprietary wavelength seen by a tablet that bounce off of microbes on. A person's hand and the reflection is then received by tablets, camera you can see, the Steph I'm talking about you could see the bad, stuff the light reflects slightly differently based on the shape of whatever bounces off of including bacteria Area so within a couple of, seconds and. Algorithm compares, the wavelengths of the reflected light and then it. Could say hey that's coli that's salmonella that's, the, norovirus that's that's listeria gives, an indication redder green the presence of contaminants and then these are hand-driers size devices they mount right on the wall right next. To the sink so. The whole idea that you're, going, to wash your hands. When you get done washing your hands, you're gonna put your hands under these lights and it's going to tell you whether, or, not you still have bacteria in your. Hands now? In a pilot program in twenty locations, New York City North Carolina Michigan paths. Spot is. The name of the, company they saw contamination rates decreased by sixty percent over a month and that's great I just wonder if you're gonna start seeing ratings. On restaurants now based on how well employees wash. Their hands again aid f rating I mean, speed of restaurants I've always had. This idea for a chain of Elvis Presley steakhouse I mean it would be for people Who love meat tender Hurts really hard. On that one hour Google. Has a new toy you might. Want to check, out it's called Google, go He can read web pages. Out loud in twenty eight. Different languages using they, say a natural sounding voice it works even on a to g connection if you can believe it the app uses a. I artificial intelligence, determine the most important parts of a web page and only read, those sections and leave out everything else so for example if you're reading a cooking blog side and Google goes fired up you don't listen to. A drone on and on about the writer's life and. Love of different types of salt before getting to the recipe itself it's really great. Obviously for those with visual. Reading impairments but the browser also displays what. Is, reading and highlights each word is it goes so. You're studying another language you, can use the features a learning tool again the. App is free and it's called Google go. And in other Google news they also unveiled something called the tighten security. Key I don't know if. You've heard about this it's two. Factor authentication or, two And it's going, to improve security make it almost impossible for anyone to breach your, online accounts sells for fifty bucks in the Google store right now clouds a bluetooth key a USB king connectors that you might need so basically. To get into your Google account need access to the. Key and then a key needs access to your device so the whole idea is. If you don't have the. Key you don't not going to get any. Access, if you're a potential target for hackers say you're. A politician a business leader, journalists or activists are you might want to check. Out the Google titan key and even if, you're not the target of hacks Make wanna consider the service tighten. Security key, also works with dropbox Facebook get hub Salesforce drive Twitter and a host of, others again it's called the tighten security. Key and one more from the Google new product announcement pile, is that Google smart assistant and Google home speaker are now bilingual that's right allowing for the first time any smart assistant, you can issue, commands in two different languages interchangeably and that's. The big deal before now you actually had, a switch back and forth just say English or Spanish but now you can. Speak in English you can, speak in Spanish and the Google, assistant will know apple Surrey Amazonas Alexa Cortana. Can be set up to understand and, speak languages but again, Google the first, one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand, any pair of languages this is quite a feat English German French Spanish talian and Japanese it also. Says that is aiming, to make the Google assistant. Tri lingual in the future and I know what you're. Saying, and I, just wish it would finally understand my body. Language, that would be it all right. If you're on Twitter I have some sad news to tell you Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes that's right there's. A fake Warren buffet out there and, you may have. Seen his advice and account impersonating the eighty seven. Year old investors shot to social. Media fame would have bagged almost three thousand likes, or its first tweet first, week the first tweet says advice for. The young people read and write more stay healthy and fit networking is about. Giving actually sounds like Warren Buffett find a mentor keep in. Touch with, friends you are not your job to win to leave don't spend what you, don't have and so on and so. Far close it had almost Two million likes to million likes of course the real Warren, Buffett the CEO. Berkshire-hathaway does have an account. But he hasn't tweeted since twenty sixteen that's right. So the fake account coupla signs had no blitz. Nob- little blue tick. Next to it Wasn't verified limited activity the first tweet Warren Buffett's name is. Spelled incorrectly another red flag there meanwhile if you're mourning the loss of. A Warren Buffett, tweet tears one that is actually true the. Less the prudence with whom others conduct their affairs the, greater the prudence with which we must conduct our own that was in, his, two thousand seventeen. Edition of the annual shareholder. Letter by. The way a little more fun facts about Warren Buffett he actually, plays? Bridge on line four, times, a week and if, you're playing bridge, online with somebody, under the name of T-Bone yes t. hyphen bone that. Could be Warren Buffett all right let's talk about all the data that you're. Creating in, your life right you, got photos videos documents all your tax, stuff your business files what a fall. Suddenly it. Were just to go away and to vanish that's why it's always important that you secure Your, all, your important documents and files securely and safely in.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And leave out, everything else so for example if you're reading a cooking blog side, and Google goes fired up you don't listen to drone on and on about the writer's life and love of different types of salt before. Getting to the recipe itself it's really great obviously for. Those with visual reading impairments but the browser also displays. What is reading and highlights. Each word is a ghost. So you're studying another language you can use. The, features a learning tool again the app is free. And it's called Google go, and in other Google news they also unveiled something. Called the tighten security key I don't know. If you've heard. About this it's two, factor Authentication or. Two f. egg and. It's going to improve security make it almost impossible for anyone to breach your online, accounts sells for fifty. Bucks in the Google store right now clues. A bluetooth key a USB. King connectors that you, might need so basically to get into your Google account e need access to the key and then the key needs access. To your device, so the whole idea is if you don't have the key you, don't not going to get any access if you're a potential target for hackers say you're a politician a business leader and journalist or activists. Are you might want to check out the Google titan. Key and even if you're not the target of hacks. Wanna consider the service tighten. Security key also works with. Dropbox Facebook get hub Salesforce stripe Twitter and. A, host of others again it's called the tighten security. Key and one more from, the Google new product announcement pile is that Google. Smart assistant and Google home speaker are now. Bilingual that's right Allowing for the first time. Any smart assistant you can issue commands, in two different languages, interchangeably and that's the big deal before he actually had a switch back and forth to say English, or Spanish but now you can speak in English you can speak in Spanish and the Google assistant will know. Apple, Surrey Amazon, is, Alexa, Cortana, can be saved to understand. And, speak languages but again Google the first one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand any pair of languages this is quite. A feat English German French Spanish Italian Japanese it. Also says. That is aiming to make the Google assistant trilingual in the future and I know what you're saying I just wish it would finally understand my body, language that would. Be it all right if. You're on Twitter I have some sad news to. Tell you Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes. That's right there's a, fake Warren buffet out there and you may, have seen his. Advice and account impersonating the eighty seven year old. Investors shot to social media fame would have bad almost three thousand likes or its first tweet I week, the first tweet says advice for all. The young people read and write more stay healthy and fit networking is. About giving actually. Sounds like Warren Buffett find a mentor keep in. Touch with, friends you are not your job to win to leave don't spend what you, don't have and so on and so. Far close it had almost Two million likes to. Million likes of course. The real. Warren Buffett the CEO, berkshire-hathaway does have an account but he hasn't. Tweeted since twenty sixteen that's right so. The fake. Account couple of signs had noble noble, little blue tick next to it wasn't verified limited activity this the first tweet Warren Buffett's name is spelled incorrectly another red flag there, meanwhile if you're mourning the loss of a. Warren Buffett. Tweet tears one that is actually true the less the prudence with whom others conduct their affairs the greater the prudence with which we must conduct our, own that was. In his two thousand seventeen. Edition of the annual shareholder letter by the way. Little more fun facts about Warren buffet actually plays. Bridge on line four. Times a week And if you're playing bridge online with, somebody under the name of T-Bone yes t.. Hyphen bone, that could be Warren Buffett. All right, let's talk about all the data that you're creating in, your life right you got photos videos documents all your tax stuff your business files what if all. Suddenly it, were just to go, away in to vanish that's why it's, always important that you secure all your. Important documents. And files securely and safely in.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The most important parts of a web page and only, read those. Sections and leave out everything else so for, example If you're reading a cooking blog, side and Google goes fired. Up you don't listen to a drone on and. On about the writer's life and love of. Different types of salt before getting to the recipe itself. It's. Really great obviously for those with visual reading impairments but. The grounds are also. Displays what is reading and highlights each word is it goes so you're studying another, language you can use. The features a learning tool again the app. Is free and has called. Google go in other, Google news they also unveiled something called the tighten security key I don't know if you've heard about this it's two factor. Authentication or two And it's going to improve security make it almost impossible for anyone to. Breach, your online, accounts sells, for, fifty bucks, in the Google store right. Now, clouds a bluetooth key a, USB, king connectors that you might need so basically to get into your Google account e need access to the key and then. A key needs access to your device. So the whole idea is if you don't have the key you, don't not going to get any access if you're a potential target for hackers say you're a politician a business leader journalists or activists are you. Might want to check out the Google titan key and. Even if you're not the target. Of hacks may want to consider the service tighten security. Key also dropbox Facebook get. Hub Salesforce stripe Twitter and a host of. Others, again it's called the tighten security Kate and, one more from the Google. New product announcement pile is that Google smart assistant. And Google home speaker are now bilingual that's. Right allowing for the first time Any, smart assistant you can, issue commands in, two different languages interchangeably and that's the big deal before now you actually had, a switch back and forth to say English or Spanish but now you can speak in English can. Speak, in Spanish, and the, Google, assistant will, know apple Surrey Amazon's Alexa. Cortana, can be to understand and, speak, languages but again Google's the first one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand any pair. Of languages. This is quite a feat English German. French Spanish talion Japanese it also says that it's aiming to make the Google assistant. Tried lingual in the future and I know what you're saying I just wish it would finally understand my body language that would be it all, right if you're. On Twitter I have some. Sad news to tell you Warren Buffett is not. Tweeting inspirational quotes that's right there's. A fake Warren buffet out there you may have seen his advice and. Account impersonating the eighty seven year old investors shot. To social media fame would have. Bagged almost three thousand likes or its first tweet its first week the first, tweet says advice for the young. People read and write more stay healthy and fit networking is about giving. Actually sounds like Warren Buffett find a mentor keep in. Touch with friends you are not your job to win to leave don't spend what you, don't have and so and so far. It closed it had almost Two million likes to likes of course the real Warren, Buffett the CEO. Berkshire-hathaway does have an account. By he hasn't tweeted since twenty sixteen that's right. So the fake account couple of. Signs had nobly nob- little blue tick. Next to it Wasn't verified, limited activity this the first tweet Warren Buffett's name is spelled. Incorrectly another red flag there meanwhile if you're mourning the loss of a. Warren Buffett tweet, tears one that is actually true the. Less the prudence with whom others conduct their affairs the. Greater the prudence with which, we must, conduct our own that, was in his two thousand seventeen edition of. The annual shareholder letter by the. Way little. More fun facts about Warren Buffett he actually plays bridge on line four times a week And if you're, playing bridge online with somebody under the name of T-Bone yes he hyphen bone that could be Warren, Buffett all, right let's talk about all the data that, you're creating in.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on KGO 810

"Artificial intelligence determine the most important parts of a webpage, and only. Read those, sections and leave out everything else so for, example If you're reading cooking blog side. And Google goes fired up, you don't listen to a drone on and on. About the writer's life and love of different. Types of salt before getting to. The recipe itself it's really great. Obviously. For those with visual reading impairments but the browser also. Displays what is reading. And highlights each word is a ghost so you're studying another language you can use, the features a learning. Tool again the app is free and it's. Called Google go and in, other Google news they also, unveiled something called the tighten security key I don't know if you've heard about this it's two factor. Authentication or two Egg and it's going to improve, security make it almost impossible for anyone to breach your online, accounts sales for fifty bucks in the Google store right now clouds a bluetooth key a USB king connectors that you might need so basically to. Get into your Google account e need access to the. Key and then a key needs access to your device. So the whole idea is. If you don't have the. Key you don't not going to get any. Access, if you're a potential target for hackers say you're. A politician a business leader, journalists or activists are you might want to check. Out the Google titan key and even if, you're not the target of hacks Make wanna consider. The service tighten security key also works with dropbox Facebook get hub Salesforce stripe Twitter and, a host of others again it's called. The tightened security key and one more from the Google new product, announcement pile is that Google smart assistant and Google home speaker are now bilingual that's right allowing for the first time any, smart assistant you, can issue commands in two different languages interchangeably. And that's the big deal before now you, actually had a switch back and forth to say English or Spanish but now you. Can speak in English you, can speak in Spanish and the, Google assistant will apple Surrey Amazon is Alexa. Cortana can be up to understand and, speak languages but again, Google's the first, one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand, any pair of languages this is quite a feat English German French Spanish talion Japanese it. Also says that is aiming. To make the Google assistant. Trilingual in the future and I know what you're saying. I, just wish, it, would finally, understand my body language that. Would, be it all right if you're. On Twitter I have some sad news to tell you Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes that's right there's a fake. Warren buffet out there and you may, have seen his. Advice and account impersonating the eighty seven year olds. Investors shot to social media fame. Would have bagged almost three thousand likes or its first tweet its first the, first tweet says advice for the young. People read and write more stay healthy and fit networking is about. Giving actually sounds. Like Warren Buffett find a mentor keep in touch. With friends you are not your job to win to leave don't spend what you don't, have and so on and so far. It closed it had almost Two million. Likes to million likes of course the real Warren, Buffett the CEO. Berkshire-hathaway does have an account. By he hasn't tweeted since twenty sixteen that's right. So the fake account couple of signs had no. Blitz noble little blue tick. Next to it Wasn't verified limited activity the first tweet Warren Buffett's name. Is spelled incorrectly another red flag there meanwhile if you're mourning the loss. Of a Warren, Buffett tweet here's one that is actually true the less the prudence with whom others conduct their. Affairs the greater the prudence with. Which we, must conduct our own, that was in his two thousand seventeen edition. Of the annual shareholder letter by. The way. A little more fun facts about Warren buffet actually plays bridge on line four times a week And if you're playing bridge, online with somebody under the name. Of T-Bone yes t. hyphen bone that could be Warren Buffett all, right let's, talk about all the data that you're creating, in your life right you got photos and videos documents, all your tax stuff your.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Need access to the key and then a key needs. Access to your, device so the whole idea is if you don't have the key, you don't not going to get any access if you're a potential target for hackers say you're a politician a business leader journalists or activists are you. Might want to check out the Google titan key and. Even if you're not the target of hacks may want to consider the service tighten. Security key also works with. Dropbox Facebook get hub Salesforce stripe Twitter and. A, host of others again it's called the tightened security. K. and one more from, the Google new product announcement pile is that Google. Smart assistant and Google home speaker are now. Bilingual that's right Allowing for. The first time any smart assistant you, can issue commands in, two different languages, interchangeably and that's the big deal before now you actually had a switch back, and forth to say English or Spanish but now you can speak in English you. Can speak in Spanish and the Google. Assistant, will know, apple, Amazon, is, Alexa Cortana can be to. Understand, and speak languages but again Google's I one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand any pair of languages this is quite. A feat English German French Spanish talian and Japanese it also says that is aiming. To make the Google, assistant trilingual in the future and I know what you're saying and I just wish it would finally understand my body language, that would be. It our right if you're. On Twitter I have some sad news to tell. You Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes that's. Right there's a fake, Warren buffet out there and you may have, seen his advice. And account impersonating the eighty seven year old investors. Shot to social media fame would. Have bagged almost three.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Wanna consider. Service tightened, security key also works with dropbox Facebook get hub Salesforce stripe Twitter and a, host of others again it's called the. Tighten security k. and one more from the, Google new product announcement pile is, that Google smart assistant and Google home speaker are now bilingual that's right allowing for the first time any smart assistant you. Can issue, commands in two different languages interchangeably and that's. The big deal before now you actually had, a switch back and forth to say English or Spanish but now you can speak. In English you can speak, in Spanish and the Google assistant, will know apple Surrey Amazon is Alexa. Cortana can be safe to understand and, speak languages but again, Google the first, one to support multiple languages at once as it rolls out it can understand, any pair of languages this is quite a feat English German French Spanish talian Japanese it also. Says that is aiming to. Make the Google assistant trilingual in the future and I know what you're. Saying, I just, wish, it would, finally understand my body language. That, would be it all right if you're on Twitter I have some sad news to tell you Warren Buffett is not tweeting inspirational quotes that's right there's a. Fake Warren buffet out there and you, may have seen. His advice and account impersonating the eighty seven year. Old investors shot to social media. Fame would have bagged almost three thousand likes or its first tweet I tweet, the first tweet says advice for the. Young people read and write more stay healthy and fit networking is about. Giving actually sounds. Like Warren Buffett find a mentor keep in touch. With friends, you are not your job to win to leave don't spend what you don't, have and so on and so far. It closed it had almost.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"A service provider to do it for you to those costs even more thousands of dollars yeah i i'm not sure about the door locks are still i'm not sure that they're there yet they don't look so good and they are little choose and yeah there's always a sign that probably has been figured out when twenty companies making one did that's a hint whereas when it solved there's like you buy this it's it's sort of a parent but it's not like that everybody started groping around for the correct answer i absolutely want to do sort of rfid front door then i can just put the chip in my hand right and wave your hand or unlocks but i like being married to so that yeah well i want something where the key i still have a key but you know the new the newer door locks they will have both like a bluetooth so you have an on your phone and so when you could go sit on but also have a non pat so i can give you know family members the like a pin number just for them that they can lock themselves within i want a regular key for when the power's out or the batteries drain or whatever the keep keypad no longer works the motor doesn't turn the thing so it has the regular risi talk mr chris i did the goodness actually one of the best keypad padlocks have ever gotten does not turn the tumbler you still manually turn the tumblers to the battery lasts forever is pulling that motor actually unlocked the door that's what eats the battery as opposed to the tumbler you know the knob does nothing until you enter the code and he goes click and now you can open the door then it's just a isn't it then just a like a security feature then not really convenient or well yeah it's degrees convenient like do do you have to remember your key can you give coats other people like all of those sorts of things right but that's that's the stuff you want yeah so i have keypad entry locks from slade on the studio and i can on my phone unlock them from anywhere and see the status and i can also assign numbers to anybody and take away numbers to anybody on my phone i've looked at that brandon particular racing to be furthest head with the convenience and the the design and all that yep so that an accommodation of some cameras that can look at on my phone i feel heavily surveilled at the studio i got a new arosh store and it has i got an app for that you know so i can open it remotely it even has like apple watch integration so i can like from watch open the garage door and you know it's it's kinda stupid silly i guess but i really love it hey siri open the garage door the modern version of a joke oh i can't walk those four steps to click the but i like the more you your squashes is the garage door open because you always have the moment after you've left the house right today that close garage door and then it says calling richard campbell you play any blank i'm going to start another podcast with all the things that you can tell siri and google assistant and alexa cortana and then just have actually instead of describing them just actually say the command it's so you're listening to it your phone just lights up and starts doing just goes nuts that's funny so is the extensive bility model visual studio nailed like do you see any structural changes that need to happen i think that's the hard part is like wendy revise this model that might impact existing extensions you know qualis that's for sure okay appreciate you saying that yeah no i mean you have to remember that missile student was very old very came from the nineties and it was all native code and over the years it sort of became better and better but because of backward compatibility things a lot of concepts are still the way they were originally designed like decades ago sure and so so there is a sort of a history so the history of visual studio actually impacts negatively on dick sensibility model it would be nice if we just had if we had a completely clean slate you know how would we do extend ability and it would be the dream of everybody should to would missiles to code has done right because visual studio code has a different extensively model yeah it's it's completely different and also it has to.

"alexa cortana" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"A service provider to do it for you to those costs even more thousands of dollars yeah i i'm not sure about the door locks are still i'm not sure that they're there yet they don't look so good and they are little choose and yeah there's always a sign that probably has been figured out when twenty companies making one did that's a hint whereas when it solved there's like you buy this it's it's sort of a parent but it's not like that everybody started groping around for the correct answer i absolutely want to do sort of rfid front door then i can just put the chip in my hand right and wave your hand or unlocks but i like being married to so that yeah well i want something where the key i still have a key but you know the new the newer door locks they will have both like a bluetooth so you have an on your phone and so when you could go sit on but also have a non pat so i can give you know family members the like a pin number just for them that they can lock themselves within i want a regular key for when the power's out or the batteries drain or whatever the keep keypad no longer works the motor doesn't turn the thing so it has the regular risi talk mr chris i did the goodness actually one of the best keypad padlocks have ever gotten does not turn the tumbler you still manually turn the tumblers to the battery lasts forever is pulling that motor actually unlocked the door that's what eats the battery as opposed to the tumbler you know the knob does nothing until you enter the code and he goes click and now you can open the door then it's just a isn't it then just a like a security feature then not really convenient or well yeah it's degrees convenient like do do you have to remember your key can you give coats other people like all of those sorts of things right but that's that's the stuff you want yeah so i have keypad entry locks from slade on the studio and i can on my phone unlock them from anywhere and see the status and i can also assign numbers to anybody and take away numbers to anybody on my phone i've looked at that brandon particular racing to be furthest head with the convenience and the the design and all that yep so that an accommodation of some cameras that can look at on my phone i feel heavily surveilled at the studio i got a new arosh store and it has i got an app for that you know so i can open it remotely it even has like apple watch integration so i can like from watch open the garage door and you know it's it's kinda stupid silly i guess but i really love it hey siri open the garage door the modern version of a joke oh i can't walk those four steps to click the but i like the more you your squashes is the garage door open because you always have the moment after you've left the house right today that close garage door and then it says calling richard campbell you play any blank i'm going to start another podcast with all the things that you can tell siri and google assistant and alexa cortana and then just have actually instead of describing them just actually say the command it's so you're listening to it your phone just lights up and starts doing just goes nuts that's funny so is the extensive bility model visual studio nailed like do you see any structural changes that need to happen i think that's the hard part is like wendy revise this model that might impact existing extensions you know qualis that's for sure okay appreciate you saying that yeah no i mean you have to remember that missile student was very old very came from the nineties and it was all native code and over the years it sort of became better and better but because of backward compatibility things a lot of concepts are still the way they were originally designed like decades ago sure and so so there is a sort of a history so the history of visual studio actually impacts negatively on dick sensibility model it would be nice if we just had if we had a completely clean slate you know how would we do extend ability and it would be the dream of everybody should to would missiles to code has done right because visual studio code has a different extensively model yeah it's it's completely different and also it has to.

"alexa cortana" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Right yeah i think that's the thing it's like forget the utility of this like that's a space i don't want other people what about going as more cars franc's that'll be place with packages yeah not trunk it is you know it's it's tough because i believe someone amazon is thinking of the utility because i don't want people leaving packages outside my house either no but i understand the home one makes much more sense to me realize an uncanny valley there took thoughts but i think the vehicles we're we didn't mention that microsoft added alexa cortana integration yeah is something that tees while ago so how's this where it was interesting to seeing them promote alexa app all given the no cortana is not there given that they have their own personal assistant but yeah basically in the future you know later this year both of those will run each other's apps and you'll be able to access alexa from cortana and vice versa imagine the conversations they have and you're not at home it was cute like they asked cortana they asked alexa what she thought of cortana and she said i like her lot we both have experienced with light rings but cortana is more of a halo while that's props the copywriter who got the right that that was good that was my favorite part of this easily amused speaking of franc's update i got my notification the email from tesla dome i i can i once i fill out certain fits of information i can handle a check for a bunch of money and pick up a model three pick up well when pickup it's going to be it's going to be the next couple of weeks holding cow dude.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And roll history we started off this weekend 1973 were carly simon your silvain big jagger was on backing vocals started a threeweek rana number one on the us singles chart in 2015 if the keeping quiet for more than forty years carly simon admitted that you're so vein was about warren beatty but only one verse simon said that the other verses were about two other men also this weekend 1973 bruce springsteen releases his debut album greetings from asbury park new jersey the album only sold about twenty five thousand copies in the first year of its released both blinded by the light and spirit in the night were released a singles but neither made a dent on the charts manfred man's earth banned later released the version of blinded by the light on the album the roaring silence which reached number one in 19th seventy seven this week in it seventy nine prince made his live debut at that capri theater in minneapolis were brothers executives attended the show but decided that prince and the band needed some more time to develop their music and born this week in nineteen 48 kenny loggins onehalf of loggins of messina from 1971 tonight in seventy six he then went on to have a huge solo career especially having success with movie soundtracks and songs like this the dow here's your look back at this week's rock almanac pretty soon new competition for alexa cortana siri end google roku says it is releasing a voiceactivated assistant this year it's called roku entertainment assistant roku says is planning a whole home experience it will include smart speakers lights and other home hardware the smart tv at streaming device maker says it will use its own operating system and we'll connect wirelessly to other devices spotify has yet to respond to a new one point six billion dollar lawsuit wickson music publishing has launched a copyright lawsuit against the streaming service claiming it spotify is using thousands of its artists songs without licence is an issue reported within tells processor that could leave systems open to hackers tech site the register first reported the flaw with intel processors which could expose information from a pcs operating system the fall reportedly could effect windows mac and linic systems tech update doug perish nbc news radio uh by.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on KOMO

"We don't whose job requires a lot of spent strength and speed and he was worried that somehow meditation might slow him down that if he got two happy he would lose his edge and i think this is a very common misconception one that i personally wrestled with but it's false the fact of the matter is what meditation really does for use it boosts your focus and helps you be less yanked around by your emotions both of those increase and enhance your edge rather than the opposite and after spending some time with raj teaching them out of meditate he is now a regular meditate or a one year after we met him and many of the people on the ten people he's force have robustly embraced this practice as a way to help them deal with an incredibly stressful jobs as an incredibly stressful time in policing sounds like a great read meditation for fidgety skeptics dan harris before i let you go are you brace year there in new york are you brace for what they're calling the bombs cyclone let me just tell you it's january two in new york new york i grew up in boston this is like this is what happens in january in winter it's unpleasant it makes me wish i was in seattle but uh we will all survive all right next to have you this morning thank you very much abc anchor dan harris it's 520 to get to our propel insurance money update alexa cortana siri and google are getting more competition this fault roku says it's release it a voiceactivated assistant this year part of an automatic software update it's called roku entertainment assistant a company is also planning a whole home experienced that will include smart speakers lights and other home hardware a smart tv and streaming device maker says it will use its own operating system and we'll connect wirelessly to other devices a design flaw in the chip the does the heavy lifting in nearly all the world's computers mailao hackers.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

"It was a three hundred baud bits per second if dialogue with his whistles and self worth there there was no world wide web there were no digital cell phones fact that word of cell phones that big bricks that you could carry around and it was computing was not about communications at that time of bakken nineteen eighty seven one of the top engineers at apple came to me it was actually 1985 steve jobs had left and he said john next time we won't have xerox park palo alto research center meat he said we know steve got all of his inventions from xerox and i said so what are we going to do and so it turned out that this individual who was an apple fellow swelled engineer was junk professor at mit they were just forming the mit media lab itself i became very involved with with that and we ended up getting so many of the technologies that people recognizes apple technologies no came out of mit so apple started by getting its original technologies out of silicon valley but the many of them including the armed processor which we codevelopment eight billion devices today a lot of our multimedia technologies are sparta aged technologies which today are known noted products like alexa cortana in syria and so forth uh all of those things originally came out of work we were doing apple with mit video up so i it's amazing to even think about you just mentioned xerox park because i remember going to xerox park for many many years and see in so many different things that can monitor like the mouse in so many others but those things don't really exists like that anymore do the xerox park has such a legacy of radioactive ations the founders of of adobe came out of xerox park bob metcalfe who invented ethernet came out of xerox park uh the of the house came out of xerox park everything that we take for granted actually.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on This Week In Voice

This Week In Voice

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on This Week In Voice

"Our second guest is nick schwab nick say hello k relatives redmond so nick is a senior software engineer for ford motor company and also the founder of invoked apps which is a leading developer of applications for alexa cortana google assistant nick share a little bit with us about both universes that she lived in there yes a basically two fulltime jobs to be honest so at ford workers union software engineer uh we're a platform that allows smartphone application developers to connector applications into the vehicles that can that can display under vehicles straight and then when i get home met three times i envied founded invoked apps may have seen some of the skills that we offer ranging from thunderstorm sounds and rain sounds too the or no yogi very cool yes and i've been meaning to download your uh your rain sounds app i've seen a lot of the tweets about it from different people congratulations on your success thank you so with that we'll get to the news and a lot of interesting news stories this week as we head toward the end of the calendar year and our first one is our voice spot that a story of the week as i have mentioned before on this show we have a voice spot got a story of the week every week we think that the boy spotty i'd does a lot of great work reporting news in the voice technology realm and happy to hold some of those up and and share them and this is the one for this week will i am raises a hundred and seventeen million dollars to build a new voice assistant called omega voice assisted.

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"alexa cortana" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"alexa cortana" Discussed on The Vergecast

"That's a lot i was gonna say that's a lot like the to deal your business model around i'm gonna make accessories neccessary is are going to drive interest is bonkers no no no no no no no all of all of the soft we've been talking about everything we've just been talking about boils down to glorified marketing and a little bit of cash flow for his actual dream of unifying all the disparate systems in your smart home under the ambient os which is an a i and a system that allows you too seamlessly communicate via syria alexa cortana smart things brill oh oh my god read every other thread thread right see signings he's our well so what they have is they have a a three printed dummy of it right and then they have the 45 inch circular screen on like a bread board you know just to expose look product board and it's cycling through a bunch of different screens that alike imagine if it did this and so like okay what does it run well i could tell you okay well can developers make ask for it yeah okay so what language well we're not going to tell you okay well so you know so that there's a lot than not willing to say about it yet uh but if you look at the images a you see logos for spotify and alexa and cortana hasn't sonos and cortana uh all which run on android so theory bits probably all built on android uh but it's you know it's a big 45 and circle circular display and uh you it's a mix of voice and touch.

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