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Indigenous musicians find new ways to create, promote and thrive during pandemic

Unreserved

05:02 min | 3 months ago

Indigenous musicians find new ways to create, promote and thrive during pandemic

"Edward kalani maxwell one and his brother gregory ca kina maxwell. One are part of the hawaiian band. Naveh the four piece band is made up of two sets of brothers. Nava asia's now. Grammy nominated album. Lovely sunrise was inspired by the music of billions alvez and his paradise. Sarah nader's i've reached out to edward and gregory at their home. And why lukoil maui. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much is our honor. So did you grow up playing music together. We are all surrounded by hawaiian culture wind music or we were even brought into the world. You consider ios bound to happy oil inevitable for us to either become hula dancers so to say now musicians and how were you around music before you were even brought into the world. Our grandmother and our mother were are the are practitioners are grandparents is wealth. They've been in the lion. Culture and hawaiian seen four before we even brought into this world. And what about you edward. What are your first or earliest memories of music. So yeah before we were bored of. My mother was a hula student for my to my grandmother for her hull flooding hula. Holly and my grandfather. He was actually a line coach specialists at also called who the hawaiian priest and he used to do. Many things he also. I guess what you could call if you were poorly Activists are so. He did many things for the hawaiian community. And so yeah. We definitely grew up around the hawaiian music and where it stems from the culture in our family being very active before we were and did the two of you play music together when you were little. Yes we actually laid with the help. All our grandfather. Charles coody saw as soon as we were able to take a gorilla being around blind culture and my grandmother have hula. Were will class or group. We would always go off on stage at like we were performing with them and end gregory. You're one half of the band nova and your other two bandmates. They're also brothers. And you're all from maui. So did you. Did you grow up knowing each other and seen each other the first occurrence or where we first met each other was passing. My grandfather at his funeral and their family came over to our art grandfather's house and we met them there. We didn't know much of all we knew. Disorder played music. They doubt salon suffolk dot but that was our first meet up them and most crazy to find out when we made three or so years ago was a their mom had done to love with alongside with my mom under i went to to are my grandmother docking day before we were even board. That almost feels like a very serendipitous family connection. How did you find that out our mother. She collected thoughts when she found out that we were deciding to make this battle or or join become about and so she gave us the history of how their families actually closer than we thought it was really meant to be for us to cross paths and form this type of bond with two sets of brothers in our make the group not bite ya and we always talk about how it was kind of almost destined to be back in the day before we have a board. And it's crazy how we can say. We were given that gift to be able to sing an all the whole year speaking hawaiian language to. That's pretty amazing. So you're both in your twenties and and so are other bandmates. You're all in your twenties but your latest album is inspired by hawaiian music from the nineteen sixties. How did you get interested in playing this kind of music. Being surrounded by point culture add aligned language. We kind of have some old souls to us. What we we all up to another idol or i would say a mentor in hawaii uncle. Samuel colonia cole. And he was asked to be part of the paradise serenaders and that was the whole reason why we did this project. A quick little travel back to the beginning of started was approached by a guy named zachary love. He is from all. He's an awesome musician. He approached with this idea to begin this project because of saab is going through dementia and we wanted to capture their style of music theirselves before it was too late. And so we're we're fortunate. We're blessed enough to learn from him before he forgot and we wanted to take their style. Also make it our own but also not let that stuff die

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"alvez" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"alvez" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

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"alvez" Discussed on First Past The Post

First Past The Post

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"alvez" Discussed on First Past The Post

"And and in comparison to pep. I don't know honestly what is happening with. I you know. I think losing sunday Has been has been bad For them as well his His his back line hasn't been playing that well I know you were initially saying. Losing company has been very difficult for them and i was surprised to see pep. Sign a two year contract. That was that was that was shocking to me i. There was initial rumors that Right before that. He signed that that the the new The incoming president or the one who wanted to be he was saying that That he was going to try to get pep to come back to barcelona and then like a few days after that pep signs a two year extension. I'm like okay. This is said this is crazy. And i think it kind of shocked the world to a i don't know what was your thoughts when you first heard the same as you. I actually thought there's a chance that my go-to psg. He's done everything there is to do at boss so he on better his record there he doesn't have. The players won't have the resources either because barcelona are seriously in debt. So they've gone by. The i mean bep is a good manager. He's a good action. He's not a great man manager. I think he needs resources. In every club is gone to his hat those resources in his first. I'm barsha. he went and bought. Danny alvez's was the best right bag in la liga time And obviously brought back big took a chance on him but he had a baby saw scored at bind me naked availability solid scored and a he bought diego anyway. Cities come in. He's bought in dire backline. He's bought two goalkeepers. He's bought like four fullbacks. He's completely changed. The team and this team isn't better than the team. He i mean he came to get really I don't know if why he'd go back to on if he's if he'd be dot com strong because he drew in his own legacy he don't think he'd been another champions league. There i think if you went to psg they'd have the resources to give him whatever he wants..

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"alvez" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"alvez" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"It's frustrating. There's no justice and no closure for the victim's family and loved ones and there's always the slight chance that the killer might strike again but let's be real no matter. How much empathy you feel for the victim. Often you hear these cases you hear these stories and just go on about your day without it truly affecting your life rarely is a case so bizarre so unexplainable that it throws your own reality into question. Take this one for example on August twentieth. Nineteen sixty six eighteen year old Georgie. Dacosta Alvez's was flying kite with his friends on a hill near Rio de Janeiro Brazil. It was a sunny afternoon. And he was enjoying the fresh air outside of the city and then he saw something up the hill to dead bodies lying in the grass. Both were dressed in formal suits and identical raincoats. They were laying peacefully with their hands behind their heads. Almost like they'd lay down for a nap and never woke up and on the ground next to them. Were two masks about the size and shape of sunglasses but made out of solid lead. The whole scene was so surreal. It sent Georgy running down the hill in terre but things would only get weirder from there by the end of the week. Police weren't even sure if the killer they were looking for was human. This is supernatural apar- cast original and I'm your host Ashley Flowers. Some of you might know me from my show. Crime Junkie in this show. I'm teaming up with podcast to dive. Even deeper into the unexplained. Paranormal events are fascinating to me because they force you to reconsider everything you thought you knew a lot of the time. Maybe even most of.

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"alvez" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"alvez" Discussed on Con Artists

"It's called supernatural with Ashley. Flower was and it searches for the truth. Behind some of history's most peculiar. Events congrats on the new show. Ashley every Wednesday join Ashley as she digs into a different mysterious crime where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional she'll explore some of the world's most bizarre paranormal and mystifying occurrences and dissect the facts with a heavy helping of skepticism and rationale. Enjoy this exclusive clip from the first episode on the mysterious lead masks case where these men abducted by aliens. Who were the victims of foul? Play if you want to listen to the full episode follows supernatural with Ashley Flowers. Free on spotify or wherever you got your podcasts When murder goes unsolved it's frustrating. There's no justice and no closure for the victim's family and loved ones and there's always the slight chance that the killer strike again but let's be real no matter how much empathy you feel for the victim. Often you hear these cases you hear these stories and just go on about your day without it truly affecting your life rarely is a case so bizarre so unexplainable that it throws your own reality into question. Take this one for example on August twentieth. Nineteen sixty six eighteen year. Old Georgie Dacosta. Alvez's was flying a kite with his friends on a hill near Rio de Janeiro Brazil. It was a sunny afternoon. And he was enjoying the fresh air outside of the city and then he saw something up the hill to dead bodies lying in the grass. Both were dressed in formal suits identical. Raincoats they were laying peacefully with their hands behind their heads. Almost like they'd lay down for a nap and just never woke up and on the ground next to them were two masks about the size and shape of sunglasses but made out of solid lead. The whole scene was so surreal. It sent Georgy running down the hill in terre but things would only get from there by the end of the week. Police weren't even sure if the killer they were looking for was human..

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"alvez" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"alvez" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Flowers and it searches for the truth behind. Some of history's most peculiar true. Crime events you do not want to miss it every Wednesday. Join Ashley as she digs into a different mysterious crime. Or the most spitting theory isn't always the most conventional. She'll explore some of the world's most bizarre paranormal and mystifying occurrences and dissect the facts with a heavy helping of skepticism. Rationale enjoy this exclusive clip from the first episode on the mysterious lead masks case. Were these men abducted by aliens or were they victims of foul play. If you want to listen to the full episode. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever? You get your podcasts When a murder goes unsolved it's frustrating. There's no justice and no closure for the victim's family and loved ones and there's always the slight chance that the killer might strike again but let's be real no matter. How much empathy you feel for the victim. Often you hear these cases you hear these stories and just go on about your day without it truly affecting your life rarely is a case so bizarre so unexplainable that it throws your own reality into question. Take this one for example on August twentieth. Nineteen sixty six eighteen year. Old Georgie Dacosta. Alvez's was flying a kite with his friends on a hill near Rio de Janeiro Brazil. It was a sunny afternoon. And he was enjoying the fresh air outside of the city and then he saw something up the hill to dead bodies lying in the grass. Both were dressed in formal suits and identical raincoats. They were laying peacefully with their hands behind their heads. Almost like they'd lay down for a nap and just never woke up and on the ground next to them. Were two masks about the size and shape of sunglasses but made out of solid lead. The whole scene was so surreal. It sent Georgy running down the hill in terre but things would only get weirder from there by the end of the week. Police weren't even sure if the killer they were looking for was human..

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Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta

Who? Weekly

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta

"To the podcast wheel and everything you need to know about the celebrities. You don't. I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsey Weber. Here's a quick call about Camilo Laconic. Hey let's just listen islands bobby Longtown on time I'm calling because I was watching the today show with my mom because I'm home for a bit. And there was a cooking segment with Camille McConnell. Hey who is backing kind of his wife. And at one point They had a shot of all the today. Show host eating her food and she misspoke and said that it had placenta and it and it was shocking. Okay good on orange by not all that interesting but there are a few things that I wanNA point down here number one Camilla Alvis which which is how. I've always known her. I said to you I was like her. MOCATTA has never been her last name. It's so confusing to hear her referred to as Camilla Makaay because as far as I my new professionally and she changed her name obviously but I thought she still went by Kimmel Alvis professionally. But apparently she doesn't anymore The the pattern like year something changed. Yeah something changed something changed. They've been married for eight years right along to be like ooh. This woman is just like now being like okay. We'll try mcconaughey and see how it goes. Everyone calls her Camilla Alvez's like everyone does everyone who calls her calls her that. Correct me if I'm wrong but I you think leaning into mcconaughey as new thing for her. Anyway she's doing like life style blog. She's she's going hard on something. Yeah absolutely this is got to be new now but listen to this. This is a sign of how so I found the video of her on the today show. And yes she misspoke and she she mistakes and she calls it placenta. The castles passes like Ha what. She's Brazilian English. As a second language she misspoke. That's all this that part. Isn't that funny. This is the part of today. Show that kind of shook me here. We go all right this morning on today. Food were starting New Year off right with fun and healthy recipes that your entire family can enjoy better to help us out than Camille. McConnell runs runs out well who better to help us out with fun and easy recipes. Then Camilla Makaay was. Those are last humans tilted. I didn't know she either or at least I didn't know that she cooked professionally. In a way that she wants others to emulate I. Yeah I know about her. She's one zillion she's a model. She's married to Matthew McConnell. Hey and I thought what she did was mostly model slash like run his his charity with the charity And I know that charity is called Junkie Bloom. Jk Lynn. You know as we've talked

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"alvez" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"alvez" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Year. He's GONNA run kick night at the last hour. WE'RE GONNA run off against screw. You copy it would. It wouldn't have to mass the one twenty at Kempton. The wayward lad novices. Alvez's chase we've got L. Dancer. We've got global citizen grunts. Didn't quite planet send unless summit when he was pitched integrate one company Karen. I'll start with you. Anything that stands out for you here in the wayward lad. Well I mean you look at the favorite. Let's be honest. One owns and France one was on the appearance in the UK. Venetia Williams six to four probably seems a fair enough price shorter on the day. I've got a feeling because looking at the. She's she's at the betting at the moment global citizens to grow saucy fights to its FIS by God. I've seen in that favor Mike at chopped in a little bit and Yet we could be looking back on on this month's time being six to four. That was that was nice price to get this de Strahl. Look no further down at the moment and and Felon district to be fair. Not only did you have a streak of Winston his name in France he also came with a big reputation and yet he was six to one. Newbury it was bonkers. There's Venetia Williams winning everything Adam so presumably disavow winds here as well. I love this. hoff's he left a trough cropper impression on me when he wanted new break the way he joked away he traveled the way he quickened on the Bridal Ifo was an exceptional before I know it was a handicap. I know the lawyer all allowance and he was for seven but he won in the manner that suggested that he could be greatly class and I think he's really really exciting race. There's nothing in really. Well is a low quick action over expenses. You never felt like he was going to fall a is. He's got a a requisite on missions to be top two mile chaser and I feel if there is a leading uncle contender in the U. K.. is going to be trucks Nex by our grandson. See Ron well. On his tricks in the heavy I feel as though we will need to improve. We will not deliver interesting global citizen because he ran a time when Ben Paul is a completely out of full I I'm really disappointed to chase EPI but we subsequent events and what we've found out he could be very interesting back on the flop track. He's he's GonNa make learning will help. On the Industrial Nystrom pastes impeach the industrial. So it's three votes so far. Look you'RE GONNA agree..

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"alvez" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Couple of reactions were actually three number one court using longer bites today. So he doesn't have to do as much work. Number two, this by changes, all my thinking. Because I didn't know it was going to be a more beautiful wall. And number three. How can he continue to say the Democrats don't want border security when they have outlined innumerable times specific things that they want to do to increase border security. How can the president sit there and say that I liked what Alvez's said right after they played presidents little chat. Everything you just heard about the wall. Ally. And then he broke it down as to why it was and my understanding of of where the the Democrats have stand. They they basically say we'll build walls where they work. Yeah. And so in the case of El Paso, that's the place where it's it's well well-populated. That's probably a good place for a little bit of wall. But out in the middle of nowhere. I think that's that's what they're saying is is would be ridiculous to spend money on as if we're putting walls out in the middle of nowhere and those US communities where they want the back and forth for business, right? I mean, this this isn't rocket surgery. Well, here here's an interesting point. I hadn't even thought about this is this is John Roberts from Fox News talking about the fact that that the wall will not be built directly on the border. So the idea that people can still come up and step on US soil, this the wall will not necessarily stop that..

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"alvez" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The military build and pay for the wall on the southern border. We'll talk about it on the program through an interview. Stranger danger is taught in public schools, but is it effective to ward off a potential abductor? And genetic testing a big industry, especially with twenty three and me how popular is it though. With regard to your privacy. Hello. They are. Tearing here on think America, where we reason I and then converse. Welcome again to think America, America's radio townhall every week. I bring in real Americans to chew on thought. Provoking conversation starters on all things Americana and beyond items and subject matter, you won't necessarily see in your newspapers are on television this week we have from the west coast Susan joins us. She's an executive with the gaming and casino industry. Megan Barth will be along later on on the program. She joins us and my interview on the building of the wall where we're at amid the shot now. Susan welcome to the program. Nice to have you. It's really great to be here, the big brain, drain. What does that mean? Well as the world is becoming more interconnected and more global and is migration continues with. Seemingly no stopping that intellectuals. Traditionally moved to where they're most comfortable, delivering work. This is no different than in the United States. Either. It's true with third world countries. People will migrate to greener pastures, if they think those pastures will indeed in the future be greener for them. It Doug could happen in the United States says I just said isn't happening now that means to say are the intellectuals fleeing to other areas of the world because they're either fat up or they're not artistically producing anything. They're they can't be creative. That means they can't innovate. They can't work their craft. They find no new business. There are squashed a politically academically emotionally and all the rest, intellectually they're not stimulated and all the rest. So what is just your initial kneejerk reaction to this just in general before we get in just a civic Susan on whether or not we're going to an America experience a brain drain from what I read white now, it is not an issue. The issue is really more regional for the United States in that people from rural area. Are going to the city the rust belt is experiencing a brain drain. An also to go to the city for more lucrative and better. Benefits than in those reasons. So I'd regions. So I really don't think there's a brain drain occurring. Now, it doesn't mean it can't her were also interconnected, and it's so easy to get from one place to another. But I think something that is a problem is that we're seeing less and less of Americans who want to be trained getting jobs in the United States, and I'll start with the idea of doctors right now, the doctor doctors in our country are a half of them are turned down for medical schools. Even though they have high GPA's and more than eighty percent, though of H one B visa holders are getting into the United States and becoming doctors working as technicians in the technical field. So I think that there is a concern that our own populace won't have the same opportunities as the. Populace from other countries simply has corporations after they paid their their fees their visa fees, pay them less to do the job. Well, that is the case, isn't it? So with more migrants coming into the US, whether they wanna be a doctor or anything else, you've got this more competition for our own. You gotta disbursement. It reminds me when with the women's movement in the early seventies late sixties as women started a elbow their way into big time jobs there needed to be enough room for everybody. And in some cases, there just wasn't depending upon the field are Jeep our GDP growth as you undoubtedly known most listening audience would know a means manpower workers, the the manpower or the worker has to grow or we don't get GDP growth as well as productivity house to grow. And when there's more manpower, but they don't produce as much. We don't see as as good the effect with GDP or vice versa. Getting back to where it works in second and third world countries. For example, I was reading Susan where in Turkey the wealthy are leaving because political reasons with Aragon who seems to be more of a hard liner in secular Turkey. He's not supposed to be. It's supposed to be very secular international city is is done bullets over the intellectuals are leaving because of the hardliner in Venezuela. We know for political reasons undershoot Bush Alvez's the intellectuals left there we've seen it in Europe Einstein came here in the thirties and put his brain power into the United States. So it does happen. I'm concerned like you are with more migrants coming in because America's supposed to be this this beacon of light. So everybody's still wants to come your don't see the brain drain yet. But I see the potential more migrants start to come in. And this is. Fear because more migrants that don't have the education that are intellectuals. Do have they can't keep up. It would take them a lifetime to get their or their their children to get their grandchildren get there. But in the meantime, there would be this disbursement. Yeah. I think that's part of the immigration.

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"alvez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Yesterday, marked the end of Hanukkah. Now being a Christian holiday really do not mean anything until I grew older and started to have both personal and business relationships with those who were practising Jews. I realized that it is a holiday with so many different origin stories so many different traditions rituals practices, so many stories with origins, both religious and mythological. Only get that with Hanukkah there. Really isn't one thing. That is celebrate. I mean, there is of course, the miracle the oil and all that. But there are so many things. Projected into the holiday is truly a time. We're hopes and fears of all the years are met in the minora minora. What is sung in the song about scary ghost stories of glories and all that, of course, founding Christmas carols, however Christmas in Hanukkah have their midst of ellsbury, folk demons, gnomes goblins, and of course, the column? So we share a little bit of the same interests in the mythologies of the year. Jewish Talmud speaks of a group of rabbis who crafted the Golam which was an after being made out of mud and clay using sacred incantation set forth in the Kaaba Listrik book of incantation known as the Sheffer yet. Sierra be Jewish mysticism. Fair yet, Sarah. I'm probably butchering it. But it's still. Me problem with trying to initiate. The act of creating a Gomer the holy of creation was that. Was the being that was created the Golan it basically the problem with the goal was it had no soul. He was actually constructed of earthly materials to reassemble a human being or at least resemble human being in a way. It wasn't a human being because it didn't have a soul. Stone being it was a it was a clay being it was it wasn't there for housing soul. Archetypes and motifs of the golden can be found throughout literature Frankenstein, for example. Frankenstein is one. In fact, the name Frankenstein, actually means men of stone. A creation that some see is a mockery of what God had created in Genesis, which was a gallon of clay. That is until he was able to place a soul into the avatar into the goal him and making him a living and thinking man, so before Adam. Received the breath of God. Which was the sole? Adam was. Story that win read thoroughly. He talks in the simplest terms about the scientific process of forming man with simple materials from the earth. And then powering those materials with a special system it gives life and the ability to feel. And eventually communicate. That's the reason why we. We were above a lot of the animals because we learn to talk with one another. We learned to communicate with one another. We learned to talk about our feelings. We were actually thinking about our our existence. And that's what makes us different from me animals. So we think I mean, we actually worry about debt. That's what makes us human mortality is. He's one of those deciding factors in how we communicate. What we do. There are a lot of things that drive us mortality is one thing. Sex is another thing. There's and of course, God fearing God. If if you want to fear God. But when you're looking at the parallels. Between mythology and modern science. They're everywhere. Becoming more and more parent. Also, I was thinking about the Ghalem. And its relevance to what is happening now with the arrival of artificial intelligence, five G, quantum computing and all the abilities of these innovations for not only animating a synthetic anthroprogenic or anthropomorphic form. But using it for ways of controlling the oldest form of Ghalem. And that is you and me. We are all them before the soul. We are. We are animatronic we are animated by the soul. Now free will something we have to work on fate. We work on that. We think about that. And so we always say to ourselves. We are beyond control. We're beyond programming. That's not. It's not true. All the archetypes in the mythologies and all of our belief systems and all the things that dig deep into our core. All of the collective unconscious all of the consciousness all of what we saints or absorb in the site Geist is who we are. Otherwise, we'd be gone. What makes us beyond the goal is that we have a soul. Will you ability to reason? Now. We. If you wanna speak collectively. We are witnessing the arrival of new column. We are the creators. Of a new form of column, and that is artificial intelligence. It was announced a few days ago that Google or alphabet, whichever you want to call it alphabets deep mind alpha zero program is now showing signs of human like, intuition, and creativity. And what developers have hailed as a turning point in history. Let me repeat that deep mind Alvez's hero. Now, we talked about beat mind a long time ago that was Google's alphabets sky net. Okay. It was kinda like skied at a controlling program. They said on its own at the time we were talking about it. And it was maybe about a year ago. Not even that it was like a toddler was a year ago. Two years ago, we talked about this. I think in my new book about trends humanism. Amazon. I talk about deep mind a lot which now you can get the book for Christmas. It'll chip by Christmas. I think. Transhumance substantiation of the truth about a in the singularity, we discussed deep mind on the program deep mine is in my book. But now deep mind alpha zero the program that Google alphabet created is showing signs of human like, intuition, creativity developers are saying this is a big deal. This is humongous. This is huge. The computer system last year deep mine. It was talked about last year when it mastered the game of chess from scratch. Within just four hours. Despite not being programmed programmed on how to win it mastered chess within four hours and it wasn't programmed to win. It was just saying, okay. Here's a chess game figure out how to play it. And we'll see how long it takes. You took the program four hours. Now after a year of testing and analysis by chess grandmasters, the machine has developed a new style of play. Unlike anything ever seen before suggesting that the program is now. Improvising like a human being improvises. Now alpha zero. Started as what is called a taboo, LA Rasa slate sister blank slate system. In other words, it was clean clean slate. The Baraza by the way, I was going to be the original name of ground zero. We through that name out there the Rosser clean slate. Moolah rossa? Or a blank slate system is alpha zero was was programmed with only the basic rules of chess and learn to win by playing millions of games against itself in a process of trial and error known as reinforcement learning. Now, this is the same way you and I learned. We learned that way, we learned through reinforcement learning. We learn through repetition. We learn through trial and error and so the brain human brains adjust tactics based on experience. And so the same thing happened with Al Bazire it was adjusting tactics. Based on previous wins or lose it or losses which allowed it to search sixty thousand positions per second. Sixty thousand moves per second. This computer was thinking so within just a few hours. The program had independently discovered in played common human openings and strategies before moving on to develop its own ideas. So how do you feel now? Merry Christmas, everyone we just inch closer to what postmodern is called the singularity. And you know, they're saying it's just twenty five thirty years away. I think it's a lot closer than that. I think we have computers. I mean think about it. You know, raising a toddler. Come up with complex ideas. Two year olds now can turn on an ipad or they can they can turn on a an iphone or whatever they used to play on. And they can figure out within ten minutes. How to play their games watch videos, and determined strategies? Young kids today are amazing. Now, I don't know of a computer was put in front of us when we were kids if that would happen. But we learned I guess later on we started from pong. Would you just rectangles and dots? We started with apple. We started with the MacIntosh. What would you simply a layout where we could figure out how to click and paste and read. And from there came windows, and from there came fast, moving computer digital data all of these things happening quickly and information moving so quickly in the brains filling up so quickly. It over the years. Be limited themselves. But now there is no limit anymore. The sky is no longer the limit anymore. They go beyond the sky. They go into dimensions wanna.

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"alvez" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Guys that came that ate drank got their shirt, they stayed for the entire three hour broadcast and even after paying their fee and even after getting their shirts a lot of these guys were police officers firefighters in veterans themselves had bundled checks from other groups of so it wasn't just there. They're thirty dollars to ride last year. It was their thirty dollars. Plus, you know, here's from our department here. Some are our group. That's when the money when we had the person from the Harley Davidson dealership, volunteer the manager sit there and count. It was like the money was just coming in. And we handed each organization, they're big envelope. It was here's here's your checks. Here's your money t say about how much money you guys raised last year. I think I think it was thirty six thousand in the two weeks leading up and then culminating in the event, but then people this is where my structuring of the charity got a little costly. And I don't mind donating more the way we set it up was we split the cost of making four hundred and fifty shirts between myself MNO loonies tramonte Harley and then at the end of it. There's no more shirts left. But then I get a call from John Alvez's at dirtbag, and you guys know him. He's like we got more orders coming in. He's like we got like another one hundred fifty orders. So I had a fill those orders to to get those shorts. Sent this is what we figured out last year looking at we put up about thirty. Six hundred dollars to make the shirts. Maybe a little bit about thirty eight hundred dollars all said and done and we raised about thirty thousand so for every dollar..

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"alvez" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Right? But I mean, competing and performing is is you know, sitting at a press conference in thinking about stuff guy saying and then turning all that often going out there and competing is a whole different thing. You know, I. I had trouble doing that, you know, turning it off and and competing. It could be my not. We'll see. That's what makes us this matchup and everything. So so interesting. I think Eddie Alvez's of tough time turning it off indefinitely. Josie Aldo had a tough time. Turning it off. I guess it just makes you so anxious to to to hurt, right. This is a thing. We would the Rousey remember when I was home. Rosie got very angry at the way in. She lost her cool. Friend of mine says, she's gonna lose. This never happened before, right. Okay. So she lost. Then we went to McGregor in d. s. and McGregor got angry. He hit his head away. Remember something. He hits his hand away and he goes, he's going to lose and he lost. You see. So I think psychological warfare works really well, but I think that he got to him. He has got to him and then misfire Miyamoto Musashi will do all these things. He knows the liberty me would show up lades then he would show up early like hours early. Let's do it. Now, you know, constantly he was trying to mess with the psyche from an opponent. And if you get angry yet, they really want to hurt you. That's where people start loading up and they start showing not telegraphing and that's when you get knocked out. So if a beep can turn it up and get inside his head in all, I want to see what happens then, doesn't it seem like Nate's a hard guy to get into his head? Nate scenes virtually impenetrable as far as getting into him, I'm sure it's possible, but he doesn't show it just look at the picture. We're looking at right. That's face. That's his happy face. Everything on Christmas morning. So dust it, what have you changed? The kind of enables you to not fall prey to that again. I think just going through it, you know. Yeah, just going through it, you know, I've been there before I've and I know none of that matters. I know that man just being a more mature just, you know, just growing. I'm laughing, dusting, because speaking of people talk shit. I remember I was gonna say Bobby Kelly, who's the? Which one did you fight? Bobby green. That guy Ellie bothering him. about telling it was a different way. Now is Bobby green was talking shit as he was hit as he was getting. Lit up. He was talking shit going down as he was falling down, right or wrong wasn't. He ain't shit. You could was it? What did they say? If you remember think he was telling me, I can't punch. You can't. I have no power, you know? No, no, I can't crack or something and he dropped his hands and I hit him with a left hook while you were saying that and he went down. There's nothing more satisfying, and that's a nice kid too, by the way, Bobby greasy. Spoke after the fighting you. He was a really nice guy should be surprised because sometimes you see people's antics people what they do in that cage or in the ring and you like, I don't like this guy that kids a sweet kid, but there are there are videos on YouTube of people talking shit and getting knocked out. There's something about a guy talking shit knocked out. Right, right. Which is really fun to watch. It's fucking great, especially if you're the one, not him out. That's gonna feel great. And what was it in Canada and his guy came up this black guy had all his friends and he came up as angel death, right? He had these big Cape and all his friends. They were like upper body or worked up like old pumped up walking with candles, you know, and then he came up the industry. It's like twelve minutes to very long time and a buddy of mine. Look at home McKellen you know, the guy from mind, hunter, the actor and he goes, he better be good. You know, it's the first his almost like twelve second knockout and the guy drills. I mean, he did not move for like four minutes straight. There was no movement whatsoever. That's why I always say, don't do those anthrax elbow. Backfire. You put way too much pressure on yourself?.

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"alvez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seventy four degrees in overcast at o'hare a fatal fire in the gale whitney nine one one then a few minutes are here that's julius alvez who was concerned about her neighbors a fifty five year old woman was killed in that fire in a man of the same age was seriously injured broke out around three again in the twenty one hundred block of north merrimack avenue the cause is still under investigation governor bruce ratner has appointed the chief of operations and technology for the illinois lottery to take over as the lotteries acting director herald maize is now interim acting director he replaces gregory smith who is taking over as head of the connecticut lottery on july twentieth vice president mike pence was in rosemont friday touting trump administration policies and their impact in illinois here's another for instance more than six million americans have already received a bonus a pay raise our bigger benefits including fifty five thousand workers here in l annoy have gotten a pay raise or a bonus vicepresident speech was the latest stop or his speech and rosemary i should say with the way you stop and his tax cuts to put america first tour was introduced by governor echoing some democrats president trump says the obama administration is to blame for not responding aggressively enough to russian hacking of democratic targets and the twenty six us election those cyber attacks have led to the indictment of twelve russian military intelligence officers tweeted that response from his golf resort scotland the hospital where twelve boys and their coach recovering from two weeks trapped in a flooded cave is the first video of them since their rescue the team is in good spirits writing letters flashing the victory side now very fi admitted thank you so halfway that's that's the groups went english speaker fifteen road adore someone he says he's thanking those who saved him and an official grand reopening ceremonies being held at the governor's mansion in springfield we're putting the finishing touches on the grand restoration of the illinois governor's mansion for its reopening on saturday july fourteenth at ten thirty am we'll have tours till four o'clock that day and extended hours on sunday that is today tools to four clock or tours i should say to four o'clock that's first lady diana around or the renovation has been funded with private funds and includes a new visitor centre showcase for artists from illinois and full accessibility for the impaired sports traffic and weather next on wgn it's really to watch.

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"alvez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Paid to stormy daniels it was the fix any problems that cropped up for mr trump cbs errol barnett has more loya funds or lawyer fees and that it was part and parcel of what michael cohen would do regularly full the president as his fix a taking care of problems that the president i wanted to go away is the suggestion that rudy giuliani was making trump says rudy giuliani needs to get his facts straight regarding the money paid to daniels giuliani quickly changed his tune and said the payment was to resolve a personal and false allegation in order to protect the president's family in dallas demonstrators came out last night in front of city hall to protest the nra convention being held nearby cbs's andrea luccia has more on that in front of city hall a range of characters seven costumes some carrying signs united in opposition to the nra just feels like a moral obligation to show on judy gold is a retired pastor and gun owner from new hampshire worried about gun crime start that we can make is to get rid of assault weapons it shouldn't be in the hands of a civilian mike alvez's is a teacher from plano who says he's tired of school shootings are teaching a year before column even after sandy hook and it's can't just sit around and pretend like they're not president trump spoke at the convention promising nra members that their second amendment rights would be protected the high school prom is a school year tradition but tonight's event.

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"alvez" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Push the mothers all for that the ends and go in and why the cubs and all that and you know we were were well armed but never had a problem made even even push in the mothers out of the day and so they're pretty have to really scared ashiq humans out aboard is a lot more i worry a lot more about arson heartened me than affair that right all right less good we're gonna take a break here but my question uh for you guys when when we come back is what do you do anything special eighth you encounter of bear in the woods in this is only a we'll be back is this boards buses again i think he goes back to the old dealer everybody sameer today was the aggressive in squabbles in the lead liz alvez's kind of he pushed him twice won any charged dataman then that was it allied the street lingo the swab los angeles squabbles momma i'm going to tell us how you put it into the squabble right there is no one's going to mess bobby portis at dragged no easing law nor tests it to go ahead and plans george on the faith and see how many uh they think is suspended it has limits as the theory askale woke up and plunge people and provoke he's going to seal say it you listen he could work in a shift down trust me he he has provoked zooming say know within get who hands on for he has.

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"alvez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Really hard to describe if you haven't seen it go online and search for danny alvez's coach and i think you'll literally get the picture will style is everything as christiana rinaldo didn't say yesterday he did say that great talent is nothing without hard work and he capped another fine year for him by being named fief is at best player of the year ahead of lanao messy and namar as well really know once mentioned very much about may march still about runout versus messy isn't it which is why r went to psg leghari italy years is website selena five five three five in the best player stakes between messy and our name r lee combatants was named as the best women's player of the year but to the football tonight fourth round of the english league cup matches also cut matches across europe the copa del rey gets skyring in spain at everton looking for new bosh of course after the sacking of ronna crewmen sean digest been linked to that role and the leicester job of course and ryan giggs has expressed an interest in both retail selling absolutely very much indeed matthew can you with the sports news back with us tomorrow morning let's get some business news now in tatters took about singapore a small and crowded city state seems i have run out of room for more cars because the government is going to freeze the number of vehicles on its roads from early next year mg woods where this from the bbc business desk in hong kong glenn they used to live in singapore andrey say when is it something that the government well how can they do it add to limit the number of vehicles on the road to stop people acquiring anymore well aides say in most countries now.

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"alvez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The lifestyles all sheep in order and whatever she rings the doorbell and the wife answered giardi sleeping with her husband wife answers she hits the wife lorraine about it mary kayla turnout you remember lorena bobbitt did she oldest amy fisher jennifer flowers or they're all just special ladies lamy ab chris renaud held needed judges as congratulated us owners should be what was the husband's name use leaping never this gang joey ami had the second my butterfly go ahead yeah i'll bet you when you saw joey votto yeah that's my male yeah yeah as a charmer he added congratulations more as well uh you're gonna give you actually an opportunity to pick your praise off the air would you talk to savour this 90s game is catching on like hotcakes as great bike white house cakes is that like gates i saw green eggers rerun lesson we wear it why are we not playing anymore yeah we'll come back we'll play another round putting other on twenty three more callers a three two to ninety one 72 order for the next route of the nineties can me i could talk about donald trump jr now leo alvez would you prefer to play that game tampier but lies asking again winter's get a pair of tickets to the tenuous cargo blackhawks convention of the old chicago hotel july twenty i should the twentythird smudge in part by meyer now offering home deliver crush icago land and or for admission tickets at a parking pass to.

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"alvez" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

New York Times - Popcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"alvez" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

"It's not it's tr is really is trying to be a three sixty deal of of entertainment and it's trying to be you know give you everything you might need instead of recruiting rapper we have our app in group already and also everything is malleable everything's polymorphism because hit a lot of times the singer is the rapper at in the rapper becomes the say yes like our member of it when i i was encounter in groups like this i was like oh there's a guy who just only wraps that i would see that that person also saying yeah i mean singing guy right and just randomly wrap once ontrack for with high fully on and also that's true individual presentation one day disguises hair dye pink and the other guys died green and then the next day it's flipped 100 percent constant constant cycling exact landing of one sound isn't really working out for group they'll try something a bit new and they'll say okay this this worked on now now we're this group you know and and it's you know it they're just sort of a front about their like oh this is more us now but you know the the kinda choose these very vague terms assertive describe you know what works but it's business in the espionage of course so let's talk about cape alvez genre or nahnjohn what are your thoughts i'm very hesitant to call it a john rubbed because strictly you know even because of how the music sounds but also because i really don't think people are just fans of the music itself i think lots of times when you never debris and this is why kinda got me drawn in and and help me become like a a writer who specializes in this is that you don't it's not just about this song because then you wanna watch the music video and then you wanna watch the live performances but capable performances are a little different they have these music charts shows that they battle each other on and they always wanna win number one on the shelves they like oh like.

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