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Elon Musk Doubles Down on A.I. Ambitions Despite Regulatory Scrutiny

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:27 min | 9 months ago

Elon Musk Doubles Down on A.I. Ambitions Despite Regulatory Scrutiny

"Tesla has been leaning into artificial intelligence as we've talked about on the show company's tapped ai to power assisted driving beecher's and eventually wants to use the technology in fully autonomous vehicles. But at the company's ai event last week ceo elon musk reveal. The tesla is going even deeper on. Ai you might have seen in your feed that. He unveiled a humanoid robot. We're setting it such that it is At a mechanical level at a physical level. You can run away from it and most likely overpowered here to break down. All of that is our reporter rebecca. Elliot hey rebecca. Thanks for joining me. Yeah thanks for. Having me amanda. Okay so tell us about this robot. What exactly is musk pitching here. So tesla introduced what it is. Calling the tesla bhatt on thursday and this is a human looking robot expected to be about five foot eight weighing one hundred twenty five pounds. The prototype elon. Musk said he thought would be ready. Next year Though what we saw on thursday was you know a human dressed in a robot costume dancing on stage. So you know make of that what you will.

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"So generally people don't do that and you know the the rolling codes right. They say one co today and two days later some additional codes are added the general public. Just can't keep up with it because they don't have that food safety Understanding that you. And i may have and that's not to put them down or anything. They're just not the experts in that field. So the so called. Experts have to be low more timely and little more transparent and hopefully create some kind of a celebrity status so people will start reading their tweets little more often and rise. What things are you seeing that you think are moving us in the right direction and he trends. You're seeing on them. The technology side is is here. We have Internet of things that we hear about so that's beneficial. Lot of a monitoring can be done through electronic devices that the temperature control refrigerator or walk in. Cooter can give you an alert when something goes wrong based on the benchmarking or the parameters that you set up. The the transportation industry is getting better. The a third party distribution truck send the delivery. Folks are getting a little more efficient. But i think the messaging is is the key. The communication is the key as we move forward. People have to lean on the technology software enhancing right so having a database to manage your suppliers having a database to manage this dad. Doing your own checklist. there's i can. I can tell you though when i was with the city. We implemented technology for the day to day inspection work instead of paper in pan. We started using computer technology that was so beneficial not only to the management and the administration but even to the field inspector. They were able to see what happened two years ago at this particular establish so back then barbara back in two thousand five two thousand seven area. Technology was not so rampant right. Not many people were able to afford it. Not many people were able to achieve that enhanced day-to-day functionality. But now it is what used to cost.

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"What they see good or bad and if the industry or the chain or the individual operator they don't see that and they don't try to mitigate that they're hurting because as soon as something bad happens someone's going to posted it someone's going to share it and if celebrity was to get hold of that tweet or the instagram pose. Any if he or she was to re tweet or reshare that you know you have a lot more followers that seed and the perception becomes reality right so the food safety messages. Not only they have to share it through their social media platform. The consumers have become a more more interested as we can all tell. And you've probably heard this company that was doing a weekly webinar. During the pandemic data essentials and I attended quite a few of their webinars in the middle of the pandemic and they were talking about the consumer thought process. What is the consumer looking for. What do they want to see in the old times. The food safety component was like on the bottom of their criteria in order for them to make decision whether they're going to go out and eat at this restaurant or buy food from the store or not but in the middle of the pandemic the food safety component was about sixty five plus percent category than they look for so from like nine th or ten th on the list of top ten it began the number one criteria so people are out there wanting to make sure that you as an operator of the retail facility are doing what you can as far the food safety components concerned and that you're sharing that because people want to know what are you doing for this so being more transparent and sharing the details about what you as an operator or the company is doing especially at this face is very important and very critical and in addition to that. Nice photo that you share on your instagram off your entree or your special that you're doing for next two three days that you know and see a picture or two up that sanitizer dispense her or the face masks required sign or the details that show the when you come in to order your food you need to be at least socially distance so those things are important and right now. Social media is such a good platform. It can be your friend or it could be your full bending on how you use it. Yeah so. Communication is very critical very important. I think that companies really need to get out ahead of any issue that they might have developed a relationship with their consumers before something goes wrong if they've established that level of trust when times are good. Then they're better able to weather..

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"And i've looked at these delivery services their websites and i don't think there's much agreement but now here we are in a pandemic where people are relying even more on these services from your regulatory background. Where do you think that's going to shake out you know The conference for food protection that fda what Part of the food code should be changed modified released or just be done with. That was one of the topic that was to be discussed in march april in two thousand twenty. The conference for food production got postponed delayed postponed. Cancel reschedule reschedule and There was a a workgroup in a committee work that was being carried out so the committee was to come back and report to the conference in april. Which never happen so now. Fda is anxious in learning what the committee is going to recommend and suggest as it relates to the the delivery Industry who is responsible for food safety when it comes to all that right. I think it's all the players not only the retail grocery store or the restaurant that is going to be packaging the items or boxing it and handing it to somebody to drive from point a to point b. and bring it to your door. They have to be mindful about the packaging. They have to be mindful about the packaging being secure. So the door dash for the uber. Driver is not going to be tempted to get couple of french fries or nuggets from your order because it smells so good and just opened box up and take a couple of them because he is or she is hungry and then bring it to your to your home so the education some of the basic training at the driver phase is also very critical so the companies that are involved in all of this. They need to make sure similar to the to the restaurant side right that every food handler has to go through some minimum basic food safety training component. So that should be a must so that they know that hey. I can't put my fingers in toronto french fries. I gotta just take the french fries as it was given to me by the restaurant and take the back to him. But right now there is no mandated requirement for any sort of training. Now it's interesting that you bring up That particular meeting in the work group I had spoken with. I guess Hor hey hernandez who's on that work group and knowing that we were going to cover a food delivery in third party delivery services At the end of twenty twenty he forwarded me the report that have been generated and our tober november cover story That i wrote was based to a large part on that document and a little searching and digging of my own to these different services so who knew that it was going to explode the way it did in terms of our reliance on services like this. There's really a huge gap there that we we desperately need to get caught up with that Before we kind of lead the regulatory space obviously you spend a longtime as a regulator for the city of houston. How did that. Experience as a regulator shaped the positions in food safety that you've held since then it's a great Great question barbara. When i began my career at the at the city of houston as an entry level field..

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"I'd be a genius. It's it's still a volley right. Because even today barbara we hear something new from our officials that You know now we're talking about double masking. I'm going to and are. We gonna need like six mask before. It's all sade and done right. But in a luckily with the herd immunity that we here at the experts talk about The vaccination process and again. I'm not an expert on that better. Because i don't know myself right. We haven't had that much of testing done. It is still new. Then we hear about this mutation from this country and that country. That's coming in. I don't know where it's going to an but the one bullet is far as people are concerned. Yeah people are still scared. I mean i still go to grocery store to get my weekly supply of grocery and the crowd is just not there. You know how in the first phase The grocery stores started to put the social distancing markers and then some stores even regulated. How many people enter the store at a given time in within a month or so after that people just flat out stopped going to the grocery store and that's why the delivery people are so busy. I mean i said here at home working from home. And i see the ups and fedex and the usps trucks go by like all day long. So yeah it's it's so unknown and I wish i knew the answer so bringing up the topic come. Delivery is is really interesting to me because from a regulatory point of view as the you know we started with i mean. I can't forget the you know age-old pizza delivery. But then that evolved into ubereats and dora dash and cobb and all these other services that will deliver food from restaurants and the question before the pandemic was. Who's responsible for the safety of that food. Is that the original restaurant that prepared the food is the delivery driver and who the regulators really looking at to be responsible for food safety..

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"In one thing. That really struck me Very early i wouldn't say march-april or even earlier than that was that transportation really seemed to be affected right you. You saw empty shelves. I can't even begin to still wrap my head around the whole toilet paper thing but You know you've done stent and transportation Talk about food and material transportation as vulnerability of the supply chain certainly. I have heard anecdotally. That drivers didn't wanna drive because many of them were older and and were afraid of becoming ill. Some food. companies had to go to alternative suppliers because their primary supplier wasn't delivering materials. Were in short supply. So what are your thoughts about that. But that's a that's a good question right so in the transportation side as you say the many of the drivers because of their status and back then when we were having all these shortages in the supply chain side was primarily based in my opinion on the fear of unknown the driver the industry the distribution center. If you will all of this employees team members didn't know how is it spread. How can they give it to somebody else. Or how can they get it from other people that baby in the same area and as we started following this facial covering the social distancing and then moso the operators started doing this shift Enhancing if you will were not so. Many people are working in the same general area at the same time has kind of eased the fear little bit and i think that may have resolved this scarcity issue and i for one like are i still don't understand about the toilet tissue the hand sanitizers in disinfection. I get it that people started to freak out to an extent and started doing all of these things that they were hearing on. Tv and seeing on the internet and the social media post et cetera. but i think The taller tissue thing is still unknown to me while here in new england It doesn't matter what the crisis it could be an nor'easter storm toilet paper in bottled water. That's what people go to buy. I i wasn't born and raised in new england so i don't pretend to really understand but got three cases of bottled water in my garage. So you out because you wife says we gotta go get something i said. There is nothing wrong with the water supply. No you just. Don't wanna listen to me. I said yes. Ma'am so in terms of the vulnerabilities that that we've talked about. Do you think by and large they've been addressed or is there anything still outstanding that you think the industry still needs to deal with man if i if i can give you that solid answer..

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"You may be saving a little financial side a little bit here and there because you're not actually going to a known supplier but then you know sushi right. We all know what happens when your sushi Fish has not been frozen primarily so things happen and when something hits them in the face. I think that's when they realize more so than the inspector many time the inspector may not actually see you know they may see the fish in a little lexcen pan and they think it just came from that supplier. So yeah it's it's it's really important in the supplier side. Being mindful is not the only component. Here the retailer you know. They don't need to take the shortcut. They need to make sure that they follow the rules. Hundred percent of the time. Do you think that the interconnectedness of the chain was really challenged In the beginning of the pandemic and even now since we're not out of it yet where things that surprised you about how it wasn't really a linear process you know. Luckily i think People in the food industry especially in the food safety side can count the blessing that Luckily other than maybe something very strange of that. Recent story on ice cream samples that were in china that showed some traces of kobe. Nineteen we haven't had any case where it is directly implicated. You know through food item or water or any kind of beverages for that. The food industry say say safe as it relates to food being transmission agent. Keep in mind. And i think this is all known fact right we all know that this is like a respiratory respiratory droplet related Spread and as long as one is taking steps in the retail arena to do the normal things which they should have been doing even before the pandemic about washing hands and watching the employee health. They should feel safe. Supply chain like everyone have been. They have to be concerned with their employees working while being carrying the virus or being a symptomatic through interaction with the other employees. The spread for kobe. Nineteen is very possible. And this is why the employees health hygiene and the illness policy that the food code requires and having requiring for a number of years. Now is so very important so important and my suggestion to lot of people in the retail industry is if you had a policy. It's time for you to enhance it if you didn't have one i don't know how you're in a business right. Because many operators cup dese they're not hundred percent on their protocols and the standards in executing and implementing the stricter employee illness policy. This is the most crucial aspect as we move forward in. Only god knows how soon that new normal is going to be right. But it's got to be something that. The retail operators are doing.

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Requires that your suppliers are to be approved. And there's a strong reason behind that requirement unless it is a wholesome safe ingredient. That's coming into your facility. Whether you're a grocery store or retail restaurant the end product is going to be what's being questioned because that's ultimately what is consumed by the customer. So the cliche of farm to ford is really important. From the time the item has grown harvested through the transportation and then ultimately the processing side when it's prepared and served to the customer every single step every single step is very crucial and very important in many times just because you're supplies seems to be a quote unquote license facility people in the retail industry. Take it for granted. They decide assumed that it is from an approved supplier and therefore it is fine and hundred percent and when we don't take time to verify whether the supply is actually doing and implementing what they say on their food safety plan that they will do or they do. because that's what the legal contract rates. The retailer is seriously taken a chance of just taking things for granted assuming things because we all here right. What happens when you break. Assume so that is not to say that the major suppliers and the purveyors so if the raw ingredients in commodities do hundred santa that thing hundred percent of the time we have to be monitored for monitoring it we have to be mindful and that extra scrutiny and the Knowing that you're watching them goes a long way. So were you able to interact with when when you were working as a regulator. Were you able to see the direct impact of the places you were inspecting when they weren't vigilant about checking their suppliers. How often did that really come back to kind of bite. These retailers are these restaurants. You know they if they weren't checking things. How often you don't many times you would You would see some restaurants or retail facilities for that matter get seafood items. That they had gone fishing or a buddy had gone fishing and caught a ice chests full of so called fish and Just got tired of eating fish at home so they said hey h arrive. You have a seafood restaurant. Let me get you this Ice chests full of fish and you can make your sushi..

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"So barbara you reached out to our friends. Steve monitoring knock the executive director of the association of food and drug officials were after horse by yes and most importantly a member of the food. Safety magazine editorial advisory board right. Keep for yeah. So what did our friends steve to say. Well i asked him mainly about what he sees. in terms of what these businesses can do Both on the food safety frontier and the employees front And he said that many of the food service Establishments are continuing to greatly limit operations. Even though they're areas might be opening up so their ability to make those decisions will allow them to operate with the highest levels of personnel and food safety so they can really focus on like you said. The sanitation practices the hand hygiene practices But the reopening does present a lot of challenges because if employees feel like there may be not the safest they used to be. They might be distracted And so we have to make sure that that doesn't happen but we need to continue to focus on the sanitation but it could present some challenges For some establishment that may be didn't do a curbside delivery and if they have stored food that they have looked out in the wild there could be some stored food issues Both in the back of the house in the front of the house so hopefully all of that will be taken care of these businesses. Start to reopen and expand their operations and we hope that it that it goes well. I'm myself. I'm a little skeptical. I think a lot of people out there are sort of like well. Every time we've opened up we've seen spike so you know now we didn't have a vaccine them but we still need a lot more vaccines in arms. So hopefully all. That's happening so i also want to call it. Everybody's attention that after has additional resources for for food service on on their website. So i'm going to go ahead and put a link to that in our show notes We also wanted to share that a letter. An email from a listener who wrote to us about label related recalls and this listener was pleased to report that their company had not had a recall in over a decade. They recently had a close call and so that prompted his question where he wrote at my company. We have separate rooms for our products and even have a separate facility for peanut butter to ensure there's no cross contamination and for our control. We keep labels for those specific products in each room and qa the monthly to make sure that they didn't get mixed up we've caught some product mislabeled in the middle of a run recently and we got lucky that we caught it before we finish the run so we could correct it but this sto prompts and investigation and corrective action so he wants to know what the most companies do to avoid mislabeling product. Do they have lockers in rooms themselves or elsewhere.

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"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"There's always so much that we can learn before we hear that discussion. We're going to take a look at a couple of food safety stories. That are in the news. One thing that the covid nineteen pandemic has brought with it are lower than average multi state foodborne illness outbreaks. The cdc just reported that as we near the end of the first quarter of twenty twenty one. There are only two multi state outbreaks under investigation. One and he coli outbreak from an unknown source and one listeria break linked to case fresco. I feel like we've been saying this for a year but the reports keep coming out lauding the low numbers and i don't know about you barbara but i'm not on that bandwagon quite yet. I i really feel like there needs to be some context on these numbers because there's so much lower than past years and to me. That alone indicates that it's an anomaly. I mean in twenty in two thousand twenty. There were ten in twenty nineteen. There were seventeen and in twenty eighteen. There were twenty four. So i guess you could say between twenty nineteen and twenty twenty. There was a difference of seven but the pandemic. So i don't know i mean i. I agree that trend slower And i personally don't know enough about biostatistics to determine whether it's significant. But i agree that there are at least needs to be a little asterix by the number twenty twenty kind of like last year's baseball she was just gonna say that out to poke fun at your dodgers but i know that's absolutely right. That's absolutely the only the only thing i would say about. That is all the teams played with the same constraints right. So you could say it's still. It's still relevant because everybody was playing under the same number of games in the same factors right but asterisk. And i'm also in favor. When they do it. Art directors get creative. Make that asterisk look like little cova d- illustration part viral particle. Asterisks need to go visit and so on the details. Yeah so there. It is so we'll see we'll see as we continue to look at this and as they continue to look back on this. What what people actually say and we'll see as things up in two thousand twenty one where the numbers go. Yeah what happens. Yeah exactly because we were seeing more right. Because of whole genome sequencing right. The numbers had gone so Again because we've had this conversation in some sort of form or another so much. I almost let it go but you know here we are. We got do it all right so again and because it is still you know we are still living with covert and we're working our way through into the beginning. Let's hope of of the recovery. In response to the recent loosening of restrictions on in-person dining and mask mandates in some states cdc published an article in the morbidity and mortality. Weekly report that focus on the successful use of mitigation strategies by bars and restaurants to reduce covert cases and deaths and stressed that the food service industry must be evermore vigilant in sanitation and hand hygiene. Soap's these best practices will not only protect employees at these establishments but her critical for food safety..

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"bhatt" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bhatt" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Prices, you know, first start this year with big savings and staples. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Your cry or radio forecast calls for lows tonight in the mid thirties. It's mostly cloudy tomorrow with highs in the mid forties. Right now it's about 37 degrees and downtown Seattle. I'm Katrina a shard. We're breaking news highlights, podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio a cheer for what's next. Here we go. One terrible 8778. Okay, I e. Ela Bhatt is the number to kill more games like that, Chris, Right on the beach. See that, huh? Can I be a musician? Her? I joined the band that I do in the band. I'll make a lasagna. Kill mortgage One Triple 8778. Thanks. Kill Margaret, you're being the mortgage company provides outstanding service for everybody that calls one Triple eight. 778 k. I eat Now there we Oh, All right, Tom had an arborist come out to the the Curly Kevin and spray paint 123456 and 11 trees very, very, very sad. Yeah, they do. Exes on him. Spray paint the excess. Yeah, that's that This'll one over here. This is a this one over here. This is a widow maker. There's there's two widow makers over here. Like what? That the pepper tree like a pine, It doesn't hurt. No, no, that's what we call it. What it crashes down on something. It's a widow maker. That's exactly right. Yes, we've had. We've.

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"bhatt" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Have collected quote. Just realize the I had. Deleted that I know. Didn't I I had a bunch in the night breakdown down the two. Okay so I guess one of my. Favorite quotes is. If. You're going to waste time dwelling on something. Why not dwell on possibility I. Don't know if I agree with that anymore. I love how the for the intonation on the first three three four was just like and then it was very doubtful at the end. On enthusiast. and then I just found this one online. Let's see. It's not even that great, but This is wake where I haven't issue guys where wherever I am I. WanNa be somewhere else and I gotta like. It's so hard not to do that. I always want to be somewhere else like maybe I'd get to my goal of where we WANNA be in I. WanNa be somewhere else so I like this quote. Sometimes. You will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory in that happens a lot. Thank you Dr. Seuss all Souci Nice that's a good quote. That is a really good quote. That's a really good one. All Right? Are you ready to hear even better one? All Right? This one comes from none other than. Ray I machine inspire robot, and so this is an AI driven machine that takes some of the best words known to man, and then it mashes them together for an inspirational quote. Got It so this one comes from our fan, Tofa, and this week's from inspire. Bhatt is if you really seek spiritual guidance. Shut up. And that's it. Tokar that made the quote, or is it the? Inspire of it was played Spa. It's inspired which I'm not sure if he's Irish, too, because it does have a little bit of a ring to it inspired. Yet, orange. His Are Are Yeah Yeah. So guys, let's let's. Dig into this quote, Shall We? Let's get our shovels and find the gold from this. If you really seek spiritual guidance, shut up. Eric what is county. What do you think that means to you? What they're saying is that you need to kill the ego. And then you need to listen to your surroundings. His, if all, you're listening to his yourself, what are you going to get out of the situation, so go camping. Go Camping. Totally..

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Monetary Base Companion - 2019 Q3

Crypto Voices

09:29 min | 2 years ago

Monetary Base Companion - 2019 Q3

"Going to keep this relatively quick. Hopefully I always say that. And then blabber about a lot of things that get on these tangents but The tweet storm the tweet thread. Recording this on the same day was released November Fifth Breath Twenty nineteen. And that's the that's the data that Always Sophie curious how this works. This is just a snapshot so All all of the supply data the inflation data comes from central banks as of the month before the quarter end before which is obviously September. Are Two thousand nineteen but we do have the FX data if anything has sort of changed the pricing data specifically for Bitcoin as has You know even the last month and for Bitcoin even this day so when you look at the table All the pricing data for Bitcoin will be as of November fifth and and all the percentage of sort of go from there obviously bitcoin's a bit more volatile more price action than most currencies So so that's how that's how it works. I'm going to go through as I said. Just a couple couple of the tweets couple of the charts and And then that'll be it You know we. We've said this a lot and I have to really say it every episode where we We review the monetary base update. But just to remind you The monetary base. We've been positing for pretty much. The entire existence of the show is the only money supply economically compares with Bitcoin. Why because the monetary base is the money supply? That is its own thing. There's no claim there's no third party. There's no visa. There's no mastercard. There's no check there's no there's no credit card. There's no debit card. The money supply. I that is the monetary base. It is its own thing. So golden silver represented that in the past silver more anciently than gold sort took over in the eighteenth nineteenth twentieth centuries and then During the course of the twentieth century wars and Bretton Woods awards and US The mighty dollar taking control of the Global System in the global financial system completely when Nixon's severed the gold supply Sorry Gold Window. Gold Redeem a window in August fifteenth. Nineteen seventy one The dollar took over completely and other Central banks thanks realized that they could make their own monetary basis float In many did from that point on there was no Connection to gold at all So from Nineteen seventy-one Global Fiat. That is called the monetary base. Where do we find it on the liability portion of the central bank's balance sheets That's is the money supply the compares with Bitcoin and then obviously You know forty years on from from nineteen seventy-one we have We have bitcoin being released so bitcoin itself is very unique Obviously very unique for financial world. But if you want to try to understand Dan you want to compare it. You WanNa look at. What's going on the monetary world? You need to look at credit cards debit cards. Checking accounts savings accounts announced time deposits. Those things are thank money and I'll have something to say about that in a second They're not state money. They're not not monetary monetary base. They're not money. That is its own thing. Absent of any claim That's that's that's the key difference between your checking account credit cards so on and so forth and and base money or the monetary base which. bitcoin is so we track it. We You know we're we're continuously expanding it right now we're at the top thirty Fiat currencies in the world top thirty floating Fiat currencies in the world. That's another another important distinction just to keep it all straight so the dollar the euro the yen the UN the Indian Rupee Gray pounds so on and so forth If you add up the top thirty floating currencies and then add up all of the other currencies that are pegged to those currencies. You get something. That's about ninety five percent of global. GDP eighty eighty percent of the global population. So it's not the whole world but it's pretty darn big economically and It can give us an idea idea of what we're talking about when we say that bitcoin these scale to be global money. It's a global monetary base. That is it. That's the money supply. All right what does it comprise and Fiat world. Two things primarily cash in coin which you know cashing corn in your wallet. You know everything that you take out of. ATM EVERY EVERY GROCERY STORE. If you make change all of the Physical cash currency is floating around the world dollars euros yen. The paper notes the coins as well. Even those are quite small token these days. The cash coin the value of that together is part of the monetary base. And then the other part. It's a bit more confusing. The other part is what you call commercial bank reserves and I always say this just to keep it simple Imagine you have your own bank account with your bank. Well every bank in the system in the world so it works today. They have an account with their central bank and that account it's called the master. Count the Reserve zurve account the Commercial Bank reserves if you aggregate them all up. It's that is the Commercial Bank reserve portion of the monetary base and. That's that's so there's physical and digital physical currency and digital currency and for a decades that split roughly eighty twenty That tweet Those two tweets are tweets eight and and nine You know the split was roughly eighty twenty physical to digital but then obviously the global financial crisis and the slide Central banks intervened much more pump liquidity into the system. And what that means is when they said what that means we say printing money that means literally adding adding By the stroke of Pan Stroke of a key adding thank reserves to central banks. And that's the monopoly power that they can do. Don't worry about necessarily even how they do it. They do it simply by buying assets maybe they buy bonds from banks maybe by something else from a bank but basically the Fed can automatically just swap swap. Whatever sort of asset a commercial bank is holding? Maybe it's a it's a it's a bond government bond doesn't have to be government bond they can also go directly To even other holders like the Bank of Japan they They buy equities can buy whatever they want and when they do that transaction They you you know it's it's it's their impetus it's that they're the sort of the starting points chicken and the egg thing they they are the ones that initiate that process they At the end of the day can add or subtract reserves to the bank account of all the banks In the world. That's how the that's the central banking system works so it's two components. It's that digital portion. The ledger portion that master count and then the other portion is physical currency physical cash and coin. I mean that literally they you know. They print and PLO around society it was eighty twenty and now It's something like Thirty five sixty five thirty five sixty five only thirty five percent physical sixty five percent digital Again we have to put I should say You know when when we compare all these different monetary basis you know get the Polish Lodhi We got the Mexican peso. ooh Indonesia rupiah we have the Indian rupee type Bhatt Argentine peso. He's all different currencies right different units of account so we need to put them into a standard unit. The county unit of comparison. Obviously there's only one choice in the world today for that the US dollar we could put it in euros. We we could convert all of those into euros but that Uh doesn't completely cut it The yours very strong currency. It's huge It's actually monetary basis bigger than than the dollar than the Fed's Fed's monetary base The survey's about three point four two trillion dollars the. US is three point two one as the last quarter so we could would put everything in euros but obviously just make sense with a unit of comparison. You've account to put it into dollars so when you when you look at all the different monetary bases as you convert them all to trillions then convert them all the dollars you get a number right now as of Q.. Three Twenty nineteen eighteen point eight four trillion eighteen dollars that is the global monetary base as. We calculated that. Is the money supply the compares to Bitcoin. Join now for those of you. That have been paying attention. You'll notice that's that's is going down slightly over over the past couple years about two years ago. Go In dollar terms the monetary base topped it was at its all-time high

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"bhatt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Crocker cross America red eye radio for Eric and Gerry and Donald J. trump justifying everybody in going to north Korean go on the VM Bhatt gone into North Korea at the DMZ it's amazing your reaction plus the look of the race with by can come out and spend some more stupid things and the chances are any of these Democrats winning and watch them criticize the president even though they really don't know how to react with just one of the say some because others result eight six six ninety right I eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine is one line open let's talk to Ben in San Diego you're on red eye radio thank you Chris Avenue board thank you the reason we voted a lot of people I know who to my children because we need a businessman to do business let the politicians to kiss **** Mr trump continues act like a businessman it continues to persevere no matter what they throw at him he goes forward he shakes a man a man's hand it feels like a human you look him in the eyes they just keeps on going it's amazing what you're saying be group from San Diego all the way to Maine what sense got back four days ago and let me tell you is America is all on the roads they're doing business they love their flag they love their country they work hard and make no war this really Democrats the flat side of the crib every day and they don't want to rock the boat on how well this economy's going and they don't want the one point two million illegals coming up pretending they want and Salomon they don't qualify will know it and they don't want to put them first you know Beto Hussein Rourke literally went over to the Mexican side of the border and was was caring for the people from Honduras Guatemala and El Salvador more than that he cares for us and that's just the antithesis of who this country is and celebration huh this call desperation obey till the cultural purport of propraetor is is a desperado who thanks for your call Paul Los Angeles you're on red eyed Hey thanks for taking my call I'm in the United States Air Force that your and thank you for your service and yeah I think you spent six years in the Middle East the Iraq Afghanistan all over but the reason I'm calling is half and you know I was stationed in Korea lived there for four years and you know I was raised by my cream grandmother so I really understand the culture and you know I've I've been to the DMV and I've I've experienced firsthand the tension between the north and the south you know there's like a deep rooted hatred and so to see what president trump is doing is nothing short of miraculous and you know take to have the north's leader and the south leader you know in talk and and and and engaging with one another and with the possibility of peace I mean this is like one of the most unbelievable thing that ever seen I never thought I'd see it in my lifetime where there could potentially be peace between north and South Korea and I really believe like president moon of South Korea said you know it's thanks to president trump that there is peace in Korea and you know I I believe you know president trump should be greatly crate for for you know doing what he's doing and you know it it's just mind blowing I I can't believe my eyes when I saw you know president trump you know with the north Korean leader and well he he's just the best for you we are we ordered a trump supporter for for awhile now you know I I started supporting president trump one I realize how corrupt Hillary Clinton was okay so so I and that's really come on the big thing I wanted to get from you from a service member and Korean Americans what you just said means a heck of a lot to me maybe think about one of my best friends in high school was born in Korea raised in America.

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"bhatt" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Ready for it? Yes, you can stop sucking in your guts. E any of you were sucking in your gut, and Jason Goodman. You don't have to worry about this. But all you other men. Yes. Dads are hotter than they have ever been. So much. So that fifty one percent of the people who took this survey said, the dad Bod is the new six pack. No, I'll stop doing crunches. Stop thinking about the dad bought for while and I do have to worry Katie. I do have a data type Bhatt even though you have the body of a twelve year old. Wrestler. But I will say this, I started thinking to myself. Why do you think so many women are saying, and all of a sudden they like the dad? Did you say fifty one percent percent of the people who took the survey said that the dad Bod is the new six packs next level, like sexy? Thinking is this, and I've noticed this a little bit? I think women sometimes feel self conscious themselves, if their man has a six pack, and everything, and they might kids or something. It's like gosh, it's, it's like you're not connected as well because you here, you have a husband that has muscles and really nice body and you're maybe not as in shape. His it's kind of you don't wanna be naked in front of them. But if you notice the super hot girls, not all the time, they're super hot girls, and I have some in my phone my Facebook page. Yeah. Well put. I will look at their boyfriends. And sometimes I get that girl. They're pretty cut like pretty.

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"bhatt" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"You don't have to worry about this, but all you other men. Yes. Dad bod's are hotter than they have ever been. So much. So that fifty one percent of the people who took this survey said, the dad Bod is the new six pack. Now doing crunches. Stop. I haven't thinking about the dad bought for a while, and I do have to worry, Katie, I do have a data type Bhatt, even though you have the body of twelve year old. Wrestler. But I will say this, I started thinking to myself. Why do you think so many women are saying, all of a sudden they like the dad? Did you say fifty one percent fifty one percent of the people who took the survey said that the dad Bod is the new six packs even X level like sexy? But what I'm thinking is this, and I've noticed this a little bit? I think women sometimes feel self conscious themselves, if their man has a six pack, and everything, and they might buy that kid or something. It's like gosh, it's, it's like they're not connected as well because you here, you have a husband that has muscles and really nice body and you're maybe not as in shape. His it's kind of. You don't wanna be naked in front of them. But if you notice the super hot girls, not all the time, there's super hot girls, and I have some in my phone my Facebook page. Okay. Yeah..

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I Am Not A Robot: The Story of CAPTCHA

Planet Money

12:53 min | 3 years ago

I Am Not A Robot: The Story of CAPTCHA

"Year two thousand everybody was signing up for Yahoo Email addresses. This was back before g mail and Yahoo mail was great. It was free. You could check your Email anywhere. But there was this one problem and a computer science grad student at Carnegie Mellon University became fixated on this problem. His name is Louis von on the problem was that there were people who in order to send spam from Yahoo accounts. They would obtain millions of Email accounts, literally, millions not not hundreds or thousands. But millions of fake Email accounts. Literally millions of fakey mill council this spammers who were signing up for millions of spam. Accounts weren't going to the yahu male page and just signing up for these accounts. One at a time. It wasn't like they were like the real Jacob Goldstein at Yahoo dot com. Jacob Goldstein ninety nine at Yahoo dot com. Jacob the barefoot dancer at Yahoo dot com. No spammers were writing simple, computer programs little bots that just kept filling out the Yahoo Email sign up form again and again and again day. Day and night and that would generate an army of Email accounts that could be used to sell fake Viagra or steal your Bank account information. Whatever Dow didn't know what to do about this. But Louis finan had an idea. So the idea was can we make test that distinguish between humans and computers, but also a test that is graded by the computer, if you've basically ever signed up for anything on the internet. You probably know the idea that Luis von Ahn came up with a picture of distorted letters and numbers, and then a little field below that picture where you type in the characters that you see, and we actually showed it to the the guy who was the chief scientists at Yahoo. Are he loved it? And within a few weeks. It was actually, you know in the registration flow of Email accounts at Yahoo. It was it was being used there. And we were super happy that they were just using it Lewis gave his little tested name was a long ridiculous name that made a short genius acronym. The long name was completely automated public turing test to tell computers and humans. Apart a train test is a famous old idea in computer science. It's a test where you try to tell if you're chatting with a computer or with a human being if a computer can consistently make you think it's a human being that is artificial intelligence, and this sort of turing test that Louis came up with it became huge. You may even know the acronym for this test capture capture capture has very compelling have show is a good name. Yeah. Because it's like capture them or Gotcha. Or something like that. Yeah. It was it was a good name, you know capture. Maybe you do not like capture and yet the twenty year history of capture is this window into a lot into artificial intelligence into digitizing millions of books also into a little cyber. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Jacob Goldstein. And I'm no L king. And I am not a robot. I'm not not not a robot. But if you were that's exactly what. Today on the show, a global decades-long work an internet that people actually use versus a spammy wasteland. It is computer versus computer. And in the end the computers are only gonna need us the humans to do. A little light data entry. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from quip quip was designed to make brushing your teeth. Simple affordable and even enjoyable one of the first electric toothbrushes accepted by the American dental association. Quip has a built in two minute timer that pulses every thirty seconds to remind you to switch sides sensitive sonic, vibrations for healthier gums and a multi use cover for brushing on the go. Get your first refill pack for free at G E T Q U IP dot com slash planet. Money. If you're in debt, don't beat yourself up life happens. Forgive yourself. Life kit is ready with a shovel to help. You dig out of crushing debt when you know better you do better check out life kid and apple podcasts or NPR dot org slash life kit. I should say that Luis von Ahn was one of several people working on capture of like tests around the same time. So he's not the only person who came up with the idea that people develop their own captures. But Lewis and his colleagues are the ones who came up with the name and their version was the one that really took off when you bought tickets online when you signed up for your mice basic count pretty soon people were taking Louise's little test two hundred million times a day. It was protecting the world from scalpers and spammers and bots and the world, of course, responded with gratitude every time that I talked to somebody about about capture, you know, the first thing they would tell me is how annoying they are. So I started feeling fair fair. I started feeling partly responsible for these, you know, two hundred million times a day. And each time you type one of these you wasted about ten seconds of your time. So, you know, I started just thinking is there any way in which we can make good use of this these ten seconds. This was in the mid two thousand and at this moment, there is this push. Bush going on to digitize old books and all documents. And at the time it was easy enough to scan old pages old pieces of paper and put them online. But computers were still bad at turning those scanned pages into useful online documents if not searchable you cannot change the font size. You cannot. I mean, it's just a bunch of kind of somewhat crappy pictures. Yeah. So it occurred to me that you could take all of the words that the computer could not recognize and we get people to read them for us while they were typing captures on the internet up to this point Lewis has been giving capture away for free. But now he thinks people might pay to have their print archives digitized one capture at a time, and he is sitting on over half a million hours of free human Labor Day. So he starts a company called recapture, and he goes out looking for customers. And what happened was I was actually giving a talk somewhere. And I was fortunate that the at the time the guy who was the chief information officer for the New York Times was sitting in the audience. Okay. And he said, oh, you know, what we have this huge one hundred and thirty year old archive of old additions of the New York Times. So maybe we can maybe you can help us the New York Times ended up being recaptured first client now when you solve the caption next to a few random letters and numbers there. Was also a picture of a word from an old issue of the times the computers couldn't read when you typed in that word, you weren't just protecting the internet from spam? You're also helping to turn a hundred years of old newspapers into a searchable digital archive, and I have to say, I just love this sort of while you're doing one thing. You're also doing something else like deficiency of this. Like, it just it delights me, you know, it's like the old dream of writing your exercise bike to power the lights in your house or something which by the way Lewis told me when he was like eleven he had that dream, and then he like looked into it and realize oh, actually like a person, right? An exercise bike as a terrible way to generate power. As Lewis was getting recaptured going Google came out and announced they were starting to digitize every book like every single book in the world or something they sold. Lewis was doing for the times and in two thousand and nine Google bought recap show and started using it to help digitize books and then a few. Later. Google started using captured tests that showed pictures of addresses on the sides of buildings when we saw those captures we were making Google maps work better doing a little more work for Google, unpaid. So that is the end of Louise's capture story, but a little digression. He started a language company where people did online translation while they were learning the length which same like doing one thing actually doing other thing idea. This company became super popular it's called dual lingo, in fact, it got so popular that they got rid of the translation part. Now, it's just this app that millions of people use to learn languages. Okay. End of Louis end of digression. So now, it is the 'oughts and for a while capture is working the spammers are held at bay. And then someone figures out a work around. Shady businesses started showing up online and offering to break capture for anybody willing to pay. Chris Canaan is a computer scientist who started looking into these businesses around two thousand eight and it's one of. Those things like until you actually think oh, actually let's go seek this up. See how hard it is to find. You might think. Oh, this is some shady cybercriminals underground thing. But Nope, you can just Google for it, you could find a dozen of these services. Very competitively priced with all that stuff. Chris wanted to know like what's going on here? Like is it for real do these services work? So he and his colleagues decided to act like spammers. I mean, they didn't do the spam part. But they did more or less everything else. They built a bought. And this bought went around the web bumping into captures. And automatically every time the bought hit a capture test. It would send it off to one of these services that offers to solve captures for money, and what do those services do exactly they pay human beings to sit in front of computers all day long and solve one capture after another. So some person sitting in front of a computer gets a capture from Chris's bought solves the test in a couple of seconds sends it back to Chris's Bhatt, which enters the solution into a web page and boo. Yes, that is the plain vanilla version just to see like. Does this work? How long does it take? But Chris and his colleagues also had some other questions they wanted to answer. So they did something else they made up their own captured tests to send out to the solvers. Some of those tests are said what time is it and the answer to those tests told them what time zone the people salting the test lived in. They'll wanted to know what languages the solver spoke. So they made captures with weird instructions in lots of different languages Chinese Spanish Italian Tagalog Portuguese Russian, Tamil Dutch, Hindi German Malay Vietnamese Korean Greek Arabic Bengali Canada Klingon in Farsi. I'm sorry. What was the one before? I see Klingon Klingon the made up language from Star Trek maiden. Of course, not. But they did it because they wanted to just like sort of push these services like how far will these capture solvers go. There's no way they're going to be able to answer this. But the answers we saw showed us. I think we got something like a one percent accuracy rate. But it. Was on something that was so incredibly long of a question that it couldn't have been right by chance. So presumably one of these capture solvers recognized that this was Klingon either new Klingon just because at the no or looked it up online. When was actually able to successfully solve this capture. That was written in Klingon you found the greatest capture solver on earth. Yes. Based on this part of the study, not the Klingon part put the languages and the time zones. They figure out that a lot of people seem to be doing this work in Russia, China and India, and they realize this is a huge industry. People have started calling it capture farming, and it is basically human beings opening the capture gates for an army of bots and capture farms work, usually they were right, usually they were very fast. So that so the services were legit. I mean, they were potentially illegal. But they did the thing that they said they were doing correct. Yeah. One of the most interesting things about cybercrime as a marketplace. Is that it works like any other like business to business type marketplace, your reputation is really important there. You're not gonna keep your capture solving business in business, unless you're actually solving those captures and how much did it cost one US dollar per thousand captures solved so incredibly incredibly inexpensive. But this is a task that takes a typical human, you know, about fifteen twenty seconds. Yes. But God, I mean, you really. Feel for the people doing the work. Yes. So if you are spam or these workers will solve captures for you around the clock for a tenth of a penny per thousand that price is obviously like mind breaking low, but it is still not zero. And it is still enough to weed out a lot of people it weeds out people who are just trolls making spam. Accounts for fun and people who are just posting garbage comments on million garbage websites hoping to sell a few extra dollars worth of garbage products. So even with the capture farms catches still are working to block a lot of people. But what would happen if you could teach a computer to solve the captures then you wouldn't need the farms and the farmers anymore. The price would go to zero and the spammers could go wild.

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"bhatt" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"At like four, dick. He must have loved radio. I hope he's famous now. His name is Brian Grant hit the Brian Grant show. So hopefully Bryant is a hopefully all that work paid off Brian. Anyway, Lincoln is different for me. I I've got forty five hundred requests that I started with like last week. Or something ending open requesting. Yeah. My god. And I also message everyone I rarely get a reply back. I think I've thirty eight hundred more to go something like that a little more. Okay. We're taking your Lincoln account away from you because you don't have time for that. Nobody got time for no, no, no. I know. And I even emailed Lincoln, and they replied, and they were like you have a lot of pending requests. And I was like is this normal? They're like, no. So they changed some stuff in my profile because they thought that there might been like some automated happening where people ending me. Anyway in your case. I don't blame you for removing people who don't reply they're never going to provide anything if they can't even be bothered to answer their Lincoln inbox after they've added you they're they're going to be takers at best timewasters mostly they're going to pitching you for their stupid sales calls. Hey, do a free session with me. All that BS. It's all automated, there's no point in connecting with those people. They're just mining linked in for Leeds. Having a lot of connections. That are useless. Does nothing. It's always better to have fewer but stronger connect. And of course, it's great to have a lot of strong connections. So you could just accept them and move on. And then once you need to reach out to them later. The problem is then you're going to want to check your message history and see if they're just adding tons of people or if they're the real deal, and that's what I do because I'm not relying on these connections for anything. I figure they're show fans. And if somebody's profile looks really goofy or doesn't have a photo I deny those but everybody else, I'm just kind of like, I assume, you know, me from the show. I'll talk to you. If you don't reply. I don't really care. I'm not using Lincoln for anything. Yeah. Me too. That's the that's the other thing that is linked to really matter nowadays because everybody is just using it as kind of like a social proof mechanism to show their connection accounts. Yeah. There's it. Can I do use it occasionally to reach out to somebody? But to like, hey, I wonder if I know anyone at quarter and I'll search for it. And then I'll be like, oh, hey do. I know you and they'll be like, yeah. I saw you speak at hustle, and I'm like great. I'm having this problem on Cora. But if their message history is me saying, hey, how do I know you, and they didn't bother to reply. I'm like, oh, great. This is just automate. She uploaded her ole hole g mail inbox by accident or so. Yeah. So I don't worry about it. So you're gonna have to filter at some point you can either filter now you can filter later. It's up to you. If you don't have that many open, pending requests filter them. Now that way you're just not connected to the people that are not man in the ship life. Pro tip of the week. This is a good travel tip for people who drink coffee at least Starbucks Coffee when you're leaving a foreign country, and you've still got cash in hand. Like you still got Mexican pesos? You still got tie Bhatt take it to a Starbucks load it onto a gift card, and then you can take the car to the UK USA Canada. Australia Mexico wherever you are Republican violin, you can use the cash on the card, and it will auto convert to your local currency. So you don't have to go to a Bank and exchange it. Yep. Now. This is a great tip..

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From Art to Robots

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

From Art to Robots

"From art to robots NASA is very interested in seeing just how flexible the super ball bought can be. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future building a system of rigid components connected by flexible joints and cables is not a new idea artist. Kenneth Snell began exploring ten segregate with his flexible sculptures in the late nineteen forties today, these structures show up and everything from baby toys to the Georgia Dome. But now NASA is looking at building a spin Lee sphere that could change the way robots work made up of a tangle of rods and Motors. The Super Bowl Bhatt is in the research phase in Nasr's innovative advanced concepts or Nyack program, although technologies still need to be developed for the body to function independently this flexible robot could roll around on treacherous surfaces with more speed than. Any wheeled robot? And since the most interesting scientific questions can only be answered in some of the most dangerous locations NASA. Researchers can't wait to find out. What happens when this shape shifting robot is rolled out for innovation? Now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V. Visit us online at innovation now dot US.

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"bhatt" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Knock down the house interviewed the founder of the production company. It put it together. That sounds great. And I really wanted to see where's my ROY Cohn. Another one from them. So there's a lot of things that just seem buzzy that I'm excited about and one of the cool things of being here's his finding out about stuff that maybe otherwise would have missed. I'm gonna follow up on Italy. And and also say the farewell. But for me. And currently the person in charge of planning a very large Chinese American family reunion. And that's what the farewell is about. So I was quite upset that by showing up here a few days late that I missed Las green innings, and that was one of them. But I'm alive and also all say also Italy's point about last black man in San Francisco writer director, Joe tile Bhatt is here on this. No film school podcast years ago as he was a Sundance screenwriter's lab alumnus as am I so I had him on. I think that that podcast was called the mysteries of the Sundance screenwriter's lab explained so head into the archives and you'll hear him in the development process before he made it before he premiered here. Sundance is the farewell. How to have a Chinese American. The log lines a little bit different than ours. I don't think we're necessarily trying to stage something as part of our union to please a matriarchal character. But my my my grandmother was also the pillar of our family and live to be one hundred and three. So there's a lot of touch points that really wanted to see that film. And of course, the way that Sundance is you get here. And the way that schedules work, you know, the one screening that you can make is in Salt Lake City or something and its way. It's it's always sort of crushing heartbreak because you're here. But there's something that you can't do always. It's like the ultimate foam. Oh situation in the farewell. Was that for me so hundred and three means you're going to be around a while. Well, I mean, that's that was one of four grandparents the rest of them out. Just put it this way at bear barely even knew because they didn't make anywhere close to one hundred and three. So I have a one in four chance of living forever. Yes. And and if Sundance every years any example that I'm not gonna be that one of four because. Yeah. Actually, let's let's do do a sick update. So on here, I showed up once my fever one hundred and three went away. I got a voicemail from the doctor, but I didn't get that voice mail notification till four days later been here. And my phone says, hey, you have a voicemail from from Thursday. And I check it on Tuesday after screening at John, and I were at his phone, call greener grass which crazy ill film. The Bill says you have bronchitis and new Monja not not a great Bill. Founded how four days after. So you know, anyway, I as long as you guys don't have any of that stuff. I'm happy. There's a reason I'm on this side of the table. We'll put it that way. I just moved to the side of the tip. Be the mic to this. Be my. Maybe. Yeah. Let's let's switch Mike here. Eric you take the other one. I'll just keep hold onto this Eric. Are you sick? I'm not sick yet. But if I get a voicemail and four days, so telling me that I have no idea that I will forget to tell you about it. So yeah. Actually for me as well. I was thinking of last black man San Francisco, my former employer, I f p was an alumni project. So I'd heard great things about the screenplay for very long time. And unfortunately, did not get to see it knowing that it has a distributor a twenty four makes me feel happy. That's going to be coming out. Probably this summer also eight twenty four had souvenir, which is one that I want to see as well. Yeah. Film school student and also which I may finally see tonight Honey boy, the Shiloh buff, vile, pick issue, if you will about his upbringing and his abusive father, maybe seeing that the evening, but as of right? Now, that's also one that I so far missed and seems to be getting definitely some buzz at least for the subject matter. And perhaps the way it's told I'm not sick..

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"bhatt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bhatt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Past president of the real tourist land institute. Bhatt is the co founder of southern properties. A real estate firm that helps people develop an invest in land. Bob's the past president of the Memphis area association of realtors. And he has served for more than a decade on the national association of realtors board of directors. Bob, great to have you on the show today. I'm glad to be here today to talk to the audience, and you will thanks, Bob. Now, Bob first of all why would someone invest in land without anything on it at all? The most secure investments you can ever make don't blow away or burn down or anything else. And you can live on it. You can eat off of edging make money off of it. You can grow trees on jingo crops on it out fun on a recreation of any number of ways, you can fish you name, it you can do it on the land. If there are so many ways that you can use unimproved land, so many things you can do with. It. Sounds to me like you've got a really do your homework and come up with a solid plan before you go buying acreage. You gotta know what your strategy is can change year after year, but you wanna buy land. That is what I call good land. You don't want to buy something that's got environmental problems or drainage problems or creek runner out there in the middle of let's go wash it all away or things like that. You don't want to buy an extra dump for next to something environmentalists. Come cause you problems. You wanna make sure you know, what you're buying? And what the future can be in. What you can use reports you can buy dirt out in the middle of nowhere and make a lot of money. I'll vote just by farming or grown trees on it or let somebody deer on on it. So there's there's a litany of things that you can do with a piece of land. But you wanna make sure you're buying good land. That's interesting. So Bob if I'm interested in investing in land. Let's walk through the process. First of all if there's a piece of land without anything on it. Can I get a mortgage on that?.

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Daily Nerd Brief

Talk Nerdy to Me

05:03 min | 3 years ago

Daily Nerd Brief

"Hey, listen. Not with me nerds this toy from talk nerdy to me bringing you all the nerdy news that is fit to know on this Thursday, September, thirteenth. I'll kick right off with ugly dolls on remember those those fitting name. They were very, very ugly dolls, real popular back in early two, thousands, they are getting their own TV share are actually they're getting their own movie that will be followed by TV series. The movies have Wanda Sykes and gave her a glaciologist is to the main voice actors. They're also have Kelly, Clarkson, Nick, Jonas impeccable. So the voice town on this thing is just crazy. So many popular voice actors. I shouldn't say it was a popular people to be the voices on these things. Ugly dolls is supposed to come out daters on may tenth of twenty nineteen. I know I will say any date for the series TV series says it's in production. There are two kids animated series. So here we go going to be on the premium streaming service who. Lou. By Hasbro has rose getting into supporting other toys through movies and TV series. So you'll get to hear Wanda Sykes. Gabriel glaciologist being voices on ugly dolls. The Coen brothers. If you're big fan of Cohen, brothers and I, I am. They have a new project out their ballot. BUSTER Scruggs is kinda stranger is going to be out in theaters, but it's also on the member sixteenth. It's also going to be on Netflix streaming services. Same time in the break it down into six different. Short stories. I guess the whole thing is a little over an hour, our little two hours long. I think two hours twelve minutes to be exact. So you got some big name actors in this also talking about James Franco burning Gleason, Liam Niessen, Clancy Brown, Stephen root. These are some really good actors and the Coen brothers. I love their stuff is their movies are always really Corky with interesting characters. So. November sixteenth will build new, select theaters or on Netflix. I think most people in the world probably have a Netflix account or they're using their friends account by this time. So everybody should be able to see this new Cohen, brothers project, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. All right. Warner Brothers tried to break the internet yesterday by. Teasing that can recap will might be out as superman. It was really cryptic. The stuff they posted even Henry Cavill was kind of cryptic in his post. He made a post with wearing the crypto Nghien lifting team shirt. Didn't say whether or not he was in or out his rep. Henry Cavill rep is saying, hey, the Cape is stillness closet. Take deaf or whatever you want it to mean doesn't defend, say one way or the other. If he is still going to be superman. So we will see, hopefully sometime today they're gonna. Let us know is he end is the out and if he's out, are they going to start replacing the other Justice league characters? I, I would. I would imagine Gail does probably end up for the long haul, but we will find Henry Cavill. All he said was today was exciting with the hashtag superman. So we may see a new superman. We may not. We don't know. They have not have not told us one way or the other yet they're just leaving. I don't know if they're doing this to gain interest in superman, or if they're just shy test the waters to see people care one way or the other Warner Brothers. Stop leaving us on the line. Let us know one way or the other. Okay. I've been telling you guys about these streaming services, the DC universe streaming app. It went live a few few days early. And I'm looking at some of the, you know what people have said about overall, it's they. They've been pretty happy with from what I can tell. It's going to be seven, nine nine a month. They all their movies, cartoons and stuff like that is on there. It looks like they're still working on the comic book side. They have a lot of the complex up there, not all of them, but you know, they did launch a few days early. Maybe they're still working on that.

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The Future of Organ Replacement

The Show About Science

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

The Future of Organ Replacement

"Regathered is that says, basically creating new tissues, new or goods that serve thick. So like how did you get entrusted in using three d. printer to make New Orleans for people? That's a great question. So you know, we actually had already implanted some tissues into patients tissues that we had engineered, and we knew that we could do that one at a time for patients. We were making them hand made if you will. And for us, of course, we realized that if we really wanted these technologies to reach many more people that we wanted to automate these technology scale them up, if you will. And so that's when we start thinking about how to apply the strategies that we were using for tissue engineering and creating tissues and organs by using bar printing or just printing techniques to help us off. Automated.

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Changes in the Galapagos Islands

The Show About Science

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Changes in the Galapagos Islands

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