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Sleepwalkers at CES

Sleepwalkers

09:17 min | 10 months ago

Sleepwalkers at CES

"Secure I'd never been to Las Vegas before which is the difference between us. I've Been Vegas gets too many times. I could tell and didn't feel good to be in good hands with an old vegas handler. You one of the new things. Though for me was slots which I don't normally play play. I think subconsciously I was thinking about what Tristan Harris talked about in the first season of sleep walker former Google lower. Who told us that? Instagram is actually supposed to feel a lot like slot machine or the Tristan studied at the Stanford persuasion lab and told us about how casino architecture has influenced the development of highly addictive tape products like instagram. Interesting for me to actually see Vegas and the bright lights and the impossibility of escape firsthand not to mention the replicas of if the empire state building the canals of Venice Coliseum of Rome you know I was lucky enough to see the Seattle space needle for the first time. I didn't know that it was in Las Vegas. But doesn't we were there. We were there for C.. Es The consumer electronics show in this episode. Were actually going to talk about some of the coolest things we saw there. But we're going to focus focused more on the innovations that are at the intersection of technology and humanity rather than talk about you know infamous toilet. Paper dispensers run of the big reasons we went is because we you were invited by wave maker which is an agency part of WPP to do an interview on stage alive. PODCAST so to speak with Matt Monahan. The HATTON who is head of product at publishing and publishing is part of the Washington Post Orcas also an interesting case of a and action because they're forward thinking in terms of increasing the visibility of content through personalization. An optimizing everything from headlines to photo selection all using machine learning and those are things that really matter for journalists and readers. Yeah and this use of. Ai stands out to me because it provides a solution to real problem. How do you get eyeballs on the right content when there's just so much that said the issue of personalization does raise questions about what happens when machine thought to know US better than we know ourselves not to mention and what are the appropriate limits of how companies use AI and data about us? Yeah I can definitely streamline processes by detecting patterns that you know human beings cannot see or it can allow you to scale like tag hundreds of thousands of articles that again human beings just cannot do so greater efficiency is on one side of the spectrum and extremely attractive to people but on the other side. You have issues of taking humans out of the loop like the blackbox problem and authenticity in a world of deep fake so a question for businesses and users of technology is sort of when does Ai. Add to our experience experience and when does it maybe hold us back or take advantage of us for example from seeing news stories that we should see but maybe the algorithm doesn't think we want want to see it or that we won't click on it right in the old days. When everyone received a print newspaper on their doorstep? Everyone had the same front page in the same headlines Nowadays holidays when you log onto a news website or on social media everybody has a different version of the world and that is obviously positive for driving engagement but may not be so positive in terms of having conversations with the same facts about the same stories equally. We have to ask. Do we want articles where the headlines been written by Algorithm. ooh Do we prefer headlines written person. And that's something we talked about with Matt because all actually tested headline writing technology. Let's talk to Matt. Lucas says let's cut to the chase are really came out of a collaboration trying to better understand what actual journalists needed it. Can you talk a little bit more at the very beginning. You know we were just trying to solve problems for ourselves. Seven or eight years ago. We knew he had to make some pretty fundamental transformation to the post and to really prepare for the digital future. We didn't have the right tools to do it. And we couldn't really find the right tools on the market either. What we did was spent a lot of the journalist and the editor is trying to figure out what it was that make their lives easier? It's trying to figure out. How do you make journalists work better publish faster? What are the little things you can do? Inside of IT products make it easier easier for them to write stories or publish from there about four years ago when we started evolving into a commercial offering. Today we're running hundreds of websites around the world breath about twenty different countries. We're running companies like BP their internal communications as well as some of the marketing. We're running large broadcasters and all their live video and beauty and of course I was still running a lot of newspapers and news publishers. Like the post and many others around the world looking in publishing you know that. Ai Artificial intelligence in headlines MHM and there was a story in the Financial Times last year. We said forty percent of startups us. No whatsoever uh-huh so I bet it's probably higher so when we talk about using a Ohio when you talk about what we actually mean so it can span the range of technologies analogies from something like machine learning which is basically a way to use algorithms to take large sets of data in either uncover patterns in it or try to model away to predict a certain outcome. The two technologies like computer vision which you can use to look at images or video and extract information about them by recognizing patterns and trying to identify objects inside of them and so a lot of those technologies than when you put them together conform. Some really interesting workflows that you know in the past. You might have had us humans to do that. You can actually do much more simple automatically. was there a the titular business challenge or challenge the Washington Post that. You couldn't have sold if you hadn't been using AI. Any story that we right on Washington Post. We're mapping to a set of I two or three hundred topics maybe an example of one of those might be like congressional policy or narcotics crime. What you're trying to do is say if I look at all this content? I'm not just pulling specific words. I'm actually trying to figure out. What is this content about? What is the fundamental concept of this so you pick a set of articles? Let's say one hundred two thousand news articles in the case this example for the post and I see us. Humans of Micro Labor to do this training set and the goal is you're building an algorithm Based on a set of real data and so the humans are going there and saying this article. Yeah this is about congressional policy. Why because I know it is I read it? That's what it's about. This one's about narcotics crime time and this one's about soccer and so you train all these articles against that algorithm until finally the algorithm is basically sufficiently advanced to predict a new article that you put into it and determine it outcome with the same high probability of success that you're able to with human training now every time. A journalist Saves Saves publishes the story we're able to Parse over all the contents inside that story then we can predict the strength at which it's likely to belong to that topic. How do you create a better user experience in your case news experience for an individual consumer with the medicine? You can do a lot of interesting things we can figure out that. Hey this is something that they're interested in reading. Perhaps they'd like to read more in. It actually serves the signal into a recommendation Algorithms from your perspective where can businesses sort of harness the power of machine learning to really hone in on who their customer is and what that customer wants. We want to deliver more content to our readers leaders. Who Want to help them? Find more content that we've created. We have about nine hundred journalists at the Washington Post we write something like three or four hundred original stories today. So there's is a Lotta content there to get readers to all different content and to have them continue moving through your constant. You spent a lot of money to produce is really challenging. And so that's a great use case for personalization Shen but where you can make it really come alive is by having more sophisticated. Meditated more sophisticated information about that content. That's more likely to bring readers to it. And so that's where these machine learning remodels really come in handy. I think part of what's fun about this conversation is there's a lot of cases out there where average users you know. They imagine they see something like that. You see the boots on instagram. And you think Oh my God he's companies. Must you know indiscernible for magic right. There must be some crazy model out there doing this. And perhaps is there is but in a lot of ways you know. Your users aren't necessarily as aware of the advertising ecosystem data ecosystem and how these things tied together between platforms incites and I think as like industry professionals. We always kind of underestimate that fact and so the net effect is that users are completely surprised by this. I think you must be doing something completely on her to achieve it. When in fact you know it could be really simple data sharing and so the reason? I think that's important than when you do. Bill Technologies that actually utilize some these more sophisticated methods to build data sets. You have to be aware that your users you know first of all your users aren't going to necessarily anticipate the outcomes you can create and if you don't do a good job on the product side of making sure that you really think through the use case and how you're leveraging technology solve it you can generate unexpected outcomes. You know there was the example of the retailer who produced advertising flyers that were able to predict folks who are pregnant right. Even if some of those folks didn't necessarily know that themselves or hadn't shared it with with their family or their spouses.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Weekend as we get close to the return home for many of us here on this thanksgiving holiday now I will be checking with the on that and happy thanksgiving being happy thanksgiving Michael to everybody in the first late family I've been with this family for a long time is always great to spend time with them and hope everybody has a C. thanksgiving all right thanks dean in the headlines from Westwood One news South Korea says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile souls joint chiefs of staff gave no further details such as what kind of projectile they think is launched in where it landed in the past such reports by South Korea about north Korean launches of turned out to be test launches of missiles and artillery pieces China has reacted angrily to president trump signing bills on Hong Kong human rights and says the US will bear unspecified consequences the bills mandate sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials who carry out human rights abuses in Hong Kong they require an annual review of Hong Kong's favorable trade status for the U. S. and prohibit the export to Hong Kong police of certain non lethal musicians stocks were broadly higher on Wall Street yesterday making more record highs in a holiday shortened week and all that was before China got upset by those Hong Kong bills technology stocks in companies that rely on consumer spending posting some of the biggest gains Asian markets have dipped in Thursday trading over concerns that the U. S. and China may now have more trouble on the trade talks European markets are down for the same reason in early trading wall street's closed today all right coming up on eighteen before the hour there's lots of football in your future today let's get up to date on that good morning John stillness good morning Michael well nothing goes better with Turkey stuffing and pumpkin pie like a triple header of NFL football and that gets under way this afternoon as the three seven one Detroit Lions host the five and six Chicago Bears at twelve thirty eastern in the second game the six and five Dallas Cowboys look to maintain their slim lead in the NFC east as they host the eight and three Buffalo Bills at four thirty eastern followed by the night cap with the three native Lana Falcons hosting the nine into New Orleans Saints kick off there is it eight twenty as for last night's action will start in the NBA were seventy Sixers center Joe well and be bounced back from his first career start without a point by dropping thirty three points in adding sixteen rebounds on this Sacramento Kings in Philadelphia's ninety seven ninety one win seven support possibly.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"And honor and remember dot org now it's time for college by the colonel this past may my west point class celebrated our fifty fifth reunion among other things I ordered some west point baseball caps with our class year on their good hats I was annoyed by the fact they were made in China you're reminded me that a couple of decades ago when our army foolishly made the berets the official head gear they found out that all berets were made in yes China well it gets worse representative Mike Gallagher Republican Wisconsin and other China hawks or sounded the alarm about the commercial products such as cameras printers and laptops from China being purchased by the Pentagon most of the distressed about Chinese bill technology the Pentagon and elsewhere in government has focused on Chinese components of major software hardware systems that access sensitive information and could be a conduit for Beijing to spy on our government secrets but there's also a major hacking danger posed by cheaper standalone items such as lex mark printers no novo laptops and GoPro cameras at the military is routinely bein with the equivalent of office expense accounts and little or no oversight Gallagher work for example army and Air Force officials used the equivalent of government credit card to buy over eight thousand lex mark printers during the two thousand eighteen fiscal year and despite the fact the company has quote connections to Chinese military nuclear and cyber espionage programs and quote according to a recent watchdog report Gallagher cited.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Models let's go places do you know what the giant city double five point because complex payrolls require efficient solutions and support sure it's easy to find basic payroll technology but are you really getting the support you need we didn't think so he will to get a team the official the New York Giants key player to your payroll team dot com slash alerts what does it take to gain the competitive edge it takes the ability to dictate a winning outcome due to see what your competitors can have to do both requires phone locking the hidden power of data bill technologies it's what we do in stadiums and on ships on the field and in the cloud seamless exchange of data makes harnessing the digital future possible and they'll technologies helps you make it it started at dell technologies.

"bill technologies" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I love that we're gotten wiser. But how is it going text any different than screening? Somebody with Cardi like you see, they're calling want to answer Bill. Technology has made us more rude to each other, because without technology, we used to go to the phone, you didn't know who was there. And you'd have to pick it up and say Molo, how are you, guess what you never had to pick up the only reason you picked up a phone because it was so era, tasting give me a phone rang starring? Yes, answered it. You know, you didn't always sometimes you're answering machine would get it. And you would listen to who was gonna leave you medical before you picked it up. I always monitor that was the start of us being rude to one another. I'm not. Newer ranks Gary, thanks. I'd sound like it forever on silent to a lot of times. I don't hear see anything and then come back to it. And third is okay. Yeah. Let's go talk to choline Ecole. Hello. Hello nickel. I'm gonna FaceTime you right now with no water. Do you like don't? You hate that. Do you, do you have friends that FaceTime you with no warning at all? My friends are always say timing may even my girlfriend is saying how the hell you deal with it all day, getting FaceTime, and everyone's always complaining, I'm screening their calls. And I don't answer it fine. You are every once in a while, though, I'll get a drunken FaceTime from friends, and if I'm in the mood, I'll go, okay? Let's go. You know what I'm saying? I don't mind having sometimes. But, like, sometimes, I'm just living my life and I don't wanna FaceTime. I know live your life. That's my that's my point. Your phone should not control you there. Your phone's, cool man. I love my I love my phone, but I control firm doesn't control I will watch your face time. Call come up while I'm throwing on Facebook. Wait for it to keep scrolling. I do not care on wizards. The kids in my you just. Just by you troll away. What's that Danielle face like the kids in my life?.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"He'll be time is eight thirty. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by precision camera. President Trump is determined to use tariffs to get Mexico to close at southern border Mexico. An abuser of the United States. President Trump is demanding action acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told him BC's meet the press Mexico should secure the border with Guatemala. It's many migrants are coming from Central America. It's much easier to secure that border that it is our board because it's so much shorter. It's about quarter of the length. The US chamber of commerce is considering legal challenge to the tariff plan over concerns. The cost of the terrorist will be paid by American citizens and businesses in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. Bill technologies hopes to minimize the impact of any Mexican tear, Ron rock based Dell's annual revenue has risen to twenty two billion dollars from last year, but that's slightly lower than forecasts it because of lagging demand from China, which has also been locked into trade disputes. With the US and now with the president vowing to impose tariffs on Mexican imports del CFO. Tom sweet tells Bloomberg consumers are going to feel this, there is obviously some work that will have to do around our pricing framework, as we think about the impact of those tariffs that he says the silver lining here is that they have more than twenty five production facilities across the globe. It gives them a lot of flexibility to minimize the impact that will be passed on to customers. Patrick osborne. Newsradio KLBJ, President Trump hits back at London's mayor who's not happy that President Trump is being welcome to London. Trump has kicked off the trip with a tweet blasting London mass at econ who says the American president should not get rid copied treatments in Britain, the tweet exclaims, call is a stone cold loser, who Trump says by all accounts has done a terrible job as mayor of London from ads com should focus on crime in London. Not me over the London leg of the state. Visit the president is expected to be greeted with significant protests. Charleston with desma on the, the Allston school board meets tonight. They'll..

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Adobe Summit - AI Technology for Marketing With Ansira

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:29 min | 1 year ago

Adobe Summit - AI Technology for Marketing With Ansira

"Out while I'm here, there's a company called and Sierra celebrating its hundredth anniversary and the secret to that success is leveraging best in class technologies such as adobe to help brands orchestrate personalized and contextualized customer engagement to drive superior business results. I also discovered it they one of a handful of companies that have earned three adobe specializations from an analytics, experienced manager and campaign. So I wanted to find out little who book elope and hold on tight. So I can is all the way to Vegas. So we can speak with Kelly Joe sand. And Suker Ma mature who's going to tell us all about and Sarah. So massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners Alabama who you are? And what you do. Absolutely. Will. My name is Kelly Joe sans. I'm on the executive team at in Sierra. We are a marketing services and technology firm that really used technology like adobe to help her size contextualized orchestrate and building customer experiences for our brands and clients with Aaron customers, I'm a Sukumar with Yellen. So I work in lead of the marketing technology team within cajoles organization. I have a team of technology strategist audience, we help our for our customers Bill technology solutions and implemented on this Lucians Televisa's, not facial laughing should wish you a happy burst night because I believe I'm sorry. Celebrate his hundredth year anniversary is marketing services firm continue little bit more about your history and the role of technology, and he's continued success. Absolutely. I will be a hundred. Years this year just kind of amazing to think about about one hundred years ago. It was a family owned business. How we started. And if you remember the days of like madman is how I describe it to my friends at events such as the tear sheets where advertisers would run out in the newspaper. We're over indexing. No EM auto as vertical for us. So you think back to those days of Ford ran an ad in the newspaper. They'd have to prove the dealerships have to prove to the end that that ad is run that it was compliant meant brand standards that it actually was run in the newspaper to the specs that they get reimbursed funds for. So our firm started really as a tear sheet company tearing, you know, advertisements out of newspapers to prove to brands advertisements were run to release this op dollars into the channel and their partners. So I'm over the years, we've definitely diversified and expanded our service offerings as technology grew as marketing just in general and transformed. Our service offerings did as. Well, so we had a number of different acquisitions going from a private family owned business through the years. We're still a product would be back, but a very different mix of services and offerings. So leveraging technology like adobe to continuously kind of reinvent our service offerings and how our clients engage their customers. So what is she? If you mentioned adobe their way is your relationship with OBI various specializations in adobe products, which is adobe analytics at obese experienced major and adobe campaign vegeta- feud on our absolutely. So I'd always a great partnership for us definitely falls into what we call the strategic alliance here and of the partnerships that we have in Sierra on if you think back even ten years ago, as we were kind of growing as an agency really looked at the technologies that are brands and our clients used how to augment that how to integrate that very rarely did you find a client that had an all in stock, and as the marketing clouds of evolved, and as they started kind of their activity in buying other technology companies in the marketplace leaders emerged on Salesforce adobe oracle IBM, they all kind of formed their own marketing cloud. And so as we really looked through the years to narrow in on our strategic partners adobe is hands down one of the top tier for us. A lot of our clients have a lot of their tech. So that's nice be. They are just very innovative company. So there continuously pushing their products forward. And so as you leaned into that we looked at kind of the core components of what really drives customer engagement in at the core of it. It's data. It's content. It's you know, insights and kind of this were now in the machine learning aspect of it. But it's really that intelligence layer that you put on top of it, and then the outbound engagement so the channel kind of aspect to whether it's a website or an Email or an SMS or push message. And so as we started to look at activating our practice over the past couple of years, we really honed in on these kind of core components within the experience cloud, and we're really excited about this. Brief specializations we have who's very unique in the Martin marketplace indefinitely within the partner network for people out Sean of marketing listening all over the world. How do these specialized? Nations that help you to help runs orchestrate personalized and contextualized customer engagements actually drive business results accurately, so the adobe technology, very innovator. It's best in class. Absolutely. In a lot of a lot of the activation of the platform. Sometimes lay in the details of how the brands are going to use them in the end. So the specializations for us do a couple of things it definitely kind of validates our agency. Our technology kind of chops. If you will in the technology that we're talking about more implementing so that it's installed correctly. But more than that, it's configured and activated in a way that will really help brands realize the vision, and the the plans of student plans that they have that they want that technology to enable so the specializations for us really kind of activate our our resources so that they're certified both in the technology and the application, and then the specializations layer top of it the agency. Proficiency to implement the technology configure and ultimately drivers outs for clients emotional freshener, inbound juice, how much technology is Trump's full the world of marketing over the last full via shook you tell me a little bit more about how you'll mock gene technology teams of expertise in disciplines, his data integration events on a logistics technology enablement and customer experience. Yeah. Absolutely. I think, you know, the the whole marketing technology industry is just growing rapidly many many fascinating place to be in. If you just see the marketplace in general in the last five years just the solutions has grown over sixty seventy percent component annual grocery, so which means customers have lots and lots of options to choose from. You'd think of anything within marketing that is a solution. That's available today. Right implementing those solutions people have done it. And they've done it in independent silos. So the true marketing success Israeli allies. By collecting all this data together. And making sure that venom of the customers are interacting with the brand in many many channels. So we should be able to collect the data. So we have to have that expertise built within the organization to be able to integrate collect the data not only in in the batch Mawr. But also in real time as the interactions are happening. I'm collecting the data, and then I should be able to actually consolidate data build intelligence in the data. Right.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on KSRO

"Dairy farmers will have the chance to sign up for the new dairy revenue protection program. The program will allow farmers to purchase coverage on a milk production and leads the nation in dairy production. We will hear from another big dairy state and how they hope to benefit from the program. More after this. National Cattlemen's beef association does is what benefits cattleman, and there's what doesn't trade the farm Bill technology and conservation the decisions being made in Washington affect the lives of each and every cattleman when it comes to the issues. There's simply no room for grey area to us. It's as clear as black and white this, join and CBA dot org to learn more. Minnesota congressman Collin Peterson encourages farmers to take a look at the new revenue protection program. Absolutely. Everybody needs to take a look at the Adrian's need to go out and talk to their dairy producers this fall and educate them on product, and our would fit into their operation. The one thing we have not seen at this point gives the pricing is a subsidy. That's eight percent of the premium or something like that. But we don't know what the actual Peterson says wants the new farm Bill passes. Farmers will have the ability to utilize several of the dairy programs. These programs include the MPP producer. We'll be able to be an all three programs. They'll be able to be in the trust program. We'll be able to be an MVP, and they'll be able to be in the livestock gross management program. And they could be there in those programs on the same milk. They want to the milk market has been lacking price certainty for many years and Collins says farmers need to take time to discuss these options, and what may work for them. Farmers. A lot of obstacles in terms of risk management price protection. It's going to be complicated. So people are going to have to spend some time educate themselves. You know, get good advice about what to do. Daniel Leo are NatWest radio network. Hey SRO Michalis now a tropical storm, but it came ashore along the Florida panhandle as a category four hurricane history. Riquet Michael because they have never seen a category for here in the Florida panhandle and keep buying this was just shy of a category. Five ABC news world news anchor David Muir in Panama, City, Beach, Florida governor, Rick Scott all night, we've had search and rescue teams going heading down towards the coast to coast guard has been doing rescues all night long. And now the storm is moving north through Georgia ABC's, Steve Olson Saami is in making Roberta Georgia.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

The Economist: Babbage

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

"At the safety of artificial intelligence systems. What lessons do you draw you can put into practice today? I think the threat of nuclear weapons, the threat from artificial intelligence as it gets more powerful or both. Just examples of one on the same thing we unions are very curious species, right? So we figure out ever more about science. We use his understanding to Bill technology that gives more power to affect our world. I'm optimistic that we can create the really inspiring hightech few. If we win the race between this drawing power of our tech and the growing wisdom, which we manage it. But that's going to require a change of strategy because when the tech wasn't very powerful, like when we invented fire screwed up a bunch of times, it was okay to invent the fire extinguisher later, but we don't want to have an accidental nuclear war between the US and Russia and then be up, see, let's learn from her stakes when ticket sufficiently powerful, then it's much better to plan ahead and get things right the first time because I might be the only time we'll get an. That's exactly the situation we're facing now as we approach super human artificial intelligence. So after World War Two, the technology for nuclear weaponry was really big, heavy expensive and hard to pull off. And so you needed institution like the state to actually husband it, and then if you wanted to control it, you could create institutions because he knew who the relevant actors were, but our fishing telling it doesn't look like those characteristics of technology. It's decentralized, it's inexpensive. It can be done on computer or spinning up some Amazon web.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"At the safety of artificial intelligence systems. What lessons do you draw you can put into practice today? I think the threat of nuclear weapons, the threat from artificial intelligence as it gets more powerful or both. Just examples of one on the same thing we unions are very curious species, right? So we figure out ever more about science. We use his understanding to Bill technology that gives more power to affect our world. I'm optimistic that we can create the really inspiring hightech few. If we win the race between this drawing power of our tech and the growing wisdom, which we manage it. But that's going to require a change of strategy because when the tech wasn't very powerful, like when we invented fire screwed up a bunch of times, it was okay to invent the fire extinguisher later, but we don't want to have an accidental nuclear war between the US and Russia and then be up, see, let's learn from her stakes when ticket sufficiently powerful, then it's much better to plan ahead and get things right the first time because I might be the only time we'll get an. That's exactly the situation we're facing now as we approach super human artificial intelligence. So after World War Two, the technology for nuclear weaponry was really big, heavy expensive and hard to pull off. And so you needed institution like the state to actually husband it, and then if you wanted to control it, you could create institutions because he knew who the relevant actors were, but our fishing telling it doesn't look like those characteristics of technology. It's decentralized, it's inexpensive. It can be done on computer or spinning up some Amazon web.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"How IBM Bill, technology to help Nazis murdered Jews during World War Two hashtag tech, won't build it was the. Theme many of the organizers were women and people of color others had non-conventional paths into tech a lot of people that have done boot camps and. Stuff for like maybe they were baristas you. Know and so they're not necessarily like haven't, been like indoctrinated with a lot of. The mythology of the tech industry areas Giovanni is a mechanical engineer his parents were. Working class immigrants and he did residential construction for four years he. Says the job let him experience class struggle in a way he wouldn't have any privileged university or high Paying tech job. Duvalier's organizing learning sessions. Of the coalition to teach tech workers about the labor. Movement they recently had a walking, tour of one thousand nine hundred eighty four general strike in San Francisco start here because we, get a. Little bit of perspective union activists Gifford Hartman leads the tour along embarcadero explains the tech workers how unions shutdown San. Francisco for over eighty days. Back in one thousand nine hundred eighty four you know if people are never. Given the history of, fighting back they never tried to fight back. Because they don't know what they're building upon Today tech workers are starting to protest following the lead of workers who came. Before them the tech workers coalition supported Salesforce employees at a recent rally outside of the company's headquarters than six hundred and fifty of the company's employees sign. An open, letter protesting how Salesforce provide software to customs and border protection remember that worker who said she felt isolated after Trump's election she spoke out at the rally. A couple of my friends put this together and we're hoping to, send a message to Salesforce to the tech companies that tech will build it Cancel the contract this isn't the only reason worker action Microsoft employees recently spoke out against the company's ongoing business with immigration and customs enforcement Amazon workers are criticizing.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Brian watt tech workers. Are organizing it looks a little different in their world they're not marching for better. Wages or working conditions instead they're taking issue with how their companies are run or what they make and this organizing isn't. Easy many tech companies have created cultures that discourage workers from joining unions or speaking out he QB de Sam Harnett reports on one growing group for rank and file tech, employees who, want to change their industry it's hard to get tech workers to tell their stories to the media question Where is this going, yeah so so what I wanna do. Things like a little feature story in this organization Oregon's radio yes right here this. Tech worker was afraid to give her name or say where she. Worked she has a lot to lose a career in a very competitive field but back in two. Thousand sixteen after the election of Donald, Trump she started questioning her industry she. Was feeling alone. Feeling that my co. Workers just want to focus on building tools. And building apps and are not worried about these. Larger issues that's why she joined the tech workers coalition it's one of the. Number of tech employees groups. That have formed over recent years some focus on workers who don't share the industry's. Wealth bus drivers and cafeteria workers the tech workers coalition is more for programmers engineers and product managers those who are unhappy. With some of the decisions their companies are making and where the industry. Is Coalition organizes meetings like this one in San Francisco more. Than one hundred and? Twenty-five, workers from big and small tech companies crammed into a stuffy meeting room talking about, things like? How, to challenge. Their employers or the way that some of their products and services than the. Inequalities of capitalism in aid authoritarianism several people brought up how IBM Bill, technology to help Nazis murdered Jews during World War Two hashtag tech, won't build it was the. Theme many of the key organizers were women and people of color others had non-conventional paths into tech yeah a lot of people that have done camps. And stuff for like maybe there does you. Know and so they're not necessarily like haven't, been indoctrinated with a lot of the. Mythology of the tech industry areas Giovanni is a mechanical engineer his parents were working. Class immigrants and he did residential construction for four years he says. That job let him experience class struggle in a way he wouldn't have any.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

"To providing value in figuring out how we can create more opportunities for people that come to us and the deaths that you get is only the small piece of the overall picture of what we're doing it allie what do you mean by that there are multiple tracks that you need to kind of get on that we believe not that you need to get on but there are multiple tracks at could be additive in your journey of being an entrepreneur and one is meeting the right people right the right people's essential so we're fixated on vetting likeminded people properly having a community if you enter in a cancer it could destroy the community so quick so really protective over the community in the way we build our infrastructure to allow for that to happen so at least not open for everybody a private space you apply to get and we don't vet you based on who your friends are or how much money you have we look at if the community can help you if you can help the community those are the major factors we do something what i like to call like the drink tests would we get a beer with you could we see ourselves working with you i mean these are the things that are essential to other people than wanna be around other people so this likemindedness of getting the right people in a room fixated on that and then once you have people in the right room what are you providing we've set up a platform where people can have marketing support you can hire within the community the greatest thing about it is you can have a drink with the person that you're about to do business with you don't have to go to this whole sales process that where somebody's kind of selling you get to know the person before you decided to do business with them all right see if you can click around values right and really focused on programming in how we can bridge the gap between really large organizations and the start of ecosystem most recently our biggest deal we've partnered with verizon and we've actually open space with verizon and we're launching a series of programming with horizon and we just opened in new york city a brand new five g lab to bill technology off of the new five g which is really cool because if you would five g is it's your three g on your phone and you have lt five jeez not out yet it's al in a lab and we built it was rising and people are building technology on top of five g we actually starting to incubator together where a launching new technology on top of five g together with verizon we're enhancing those relationships because the value that horizon.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In higher prices for consumers what they paid for wireless service and cable service but the judge just wasn't buying it the judge felt that the government didn't have the data to prove that the merger would harm consumers so you're exactly right at and t gain contents powerhouse and remember it owns more than just time warner now it also direct tv at and t controls both the pipes the way you get content and the content itself then we're seeing the same thing right with the what looks like comcast trying to make a purchase for fox right the platform the delivery system and then the content provider tony i'm i'm old enough to remember when they broke up ma belle thirty forty years ago but in they thought because of antitrust and competition are we seeing kind of it being cyclical now we're now instead of having all these small mike wpro companies we're going to see the big conglomerates again yes slowly but surely company like at and t has bought up the pieces that were broken apart from old at and t and that's sort of overseeing with merger hearing you're right comcast is exploring its own bid for the assets of twenty first century fox comcast already owned and universal so they've seen the benefits of what happens when you owed so the way to get contents if people were the cable service and also the content itself definitely seen the domino's begin to fall and it's something that's falling into the hands the federal regulators bottom line for consumers with less competition will we see our bills go up that's the big question at and t says no they say that they're not looking to raise prices here the big issue with at and t of course was that it owning content like tnt or likes that it would make it more expensive for competing cable services to offer those programming to to their consumers and that that was passed on to customers in the forms of higher bills technology policy reporter for the washington post tony romm things so much for your time tony thanks for having.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Money and more attention flowing to how do we offload all these government digital tools of the private sector and that's why think we really need to look at procurement law and reexamine how we bill technology in the government josh miller thank you very much no problem any day now the supreme court is expected to decide if states can legalize sports betting what do you need to know about this marketplace's andy euler is here to help starting with a little background and context to the supreme court case the court heard arguments late last year on a case called nca versus christie named for the then governor of new jersey that could invalidate the professional and amateur sports protection act what's that it's a nineteen ninety two law that bans sports betting in most states now i say most because the putt act as it's come to be called grandfathered in four states that had already legalized sports betting nevada oregon delaware and montana new jersey is arguing that the federal government's overstepping its bounds and that states should be allowed to make their own sports betting laws okay now that we know the basics here's point one of what you need to know about sports betting in the us gambling can be traced back to the origins of this country betting enthusiasts like to remind folks that some of the american revolution was funded through state lotteries and gambling on sports is another thing altogether and the history is basically a back and forth between the states enacting gambling laws and then gamblers figuring out a way to get around those laws that of course includes ties of the mob and bookies that still run gambling circuits in cities in states where legal gambling isn't an option now the state nevada stepped out on its own legalized for spending in nineteen forty nine thinking it would boast tourism which did last year nevada brought in two hundred fifty million dollars in revenue through its legal sports books that's las vegas nevada are thought of as the center of sports betting in this country so a lot of gambling outside those four grandfathered in states has gone underground but regulations have cropped up over the years that brings us to our next point the second thing you need to know is regulation normally follows big sports scandals there was a famous baseball black socks candle in nineteen nineteen.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Which is a thing that we have and white house that should never be there look in the caucasus i mean he's president the united states yet okay bought and paid for by the russian you've got his head up his backside like a puff false stories all made up i believe the agenda is to create division at separate between the sexes eradification up bids to mid teens i know nothing is efforts to reduce the world's population split say mother earth waiting for you the government allowing part products to control our economy here in america excuse me no one's notice how they've changed for the traffic signs the highway signs it's been re ink with some sort of firing paint it's not the regular american signs of the nineteen how do you distinguish between foreign paint american paint well well you know we asked thai proving no absolutely not they came back on the topic i guess more curious about why people are throwing to admit that there's something else out there her back to it is the ancient ruins and south america central america some of these things that bill technology like the way they kept at stone the shape and you the perfect angles and i don't understand my own personal theory is that joseph built the pyramids and would at the store grain the ufo conspiracy people have been seeing them for centuries than some of the unusual ones people would see animals think looked like blimps and then they saw a flying discs a lot of people see forge balls flying around that southern others mouth now you saw an are all flying around at 700 miles an hour yeah all right across the water you know what time day for it was at night uhhuh went up from an island made a w shape and one went down went across the channel and up over the same 1 island uhhuh it's a massive extraterrestrial invasion your explanation for what you saw was well it's hard to believe but angels are so powerful they can appears anything.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Thank you would think a more build new what do you think a more bill technology not done going higher a lot of people trying to call the top i think the top is nowhere near from i think for sucking go to thirty and that plays job was the conclusion of that be in rome is sponsored by td ameritrade when you find a fabulous quo scoring is stick with take care kunst maker of coats in parkas with this is more than doubled since we started recommended records ipo last march these guys had delivered phenomenal results so far and i think the cold winter wall only make the story more attractive were chased check in with ten weeks the presidency of canada coo's whose blow yet the numbers for this luxury outerwear powerhouse take off dini's twos it's cold outside we suddenly see the patches and people are saying where the heck did those guys come from but the fact is you've been in business for quite a long time in your family this we are we're we're a fifthgeneration apparently business we've been around for sixty years found that we're not hit fifty seven were grandfather immigrant to canada you know i've heard the same story for so many years that when somebody's are the tuesday logo for the first time like i saw your logo now now i feel everywhere i've heard that for literally the last 10 years so i i think there's just keeps on happening and there's so many layers of people that have still yet to discover even though those of us who have seen it find that hard to believe what were also so corroded start donna kihn ironic in basically cynical we think candidate but come on we know it's made some progress in china yet right we make over all of our core down products are many canada we've hired over proximate 1500 people last year.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Welcome back it's frankie voyager doctor steve janecky is with us today we're talking about this steve of kavabased with what's happening in this country and with the latest news from attorney general jeff sessions i'm i'm you know frankly boyer cannabis talk each disease i call it an educational odyssey because that's what it is doctor steve janik felt that there was a need because there was really nothing in terms of regulations m when i say that dr explained to us when you first got into this field and 'em what your mission was and what your goal was trying to accomplish with your company please um one is we believe that if this product is going to be viable that there needs to be protection for public health and safety um but that's us was was very important and the only way to really do that is to be able to manage and control the participants in the industry so that the product it's being sold is product that's tested that five with some guidelines or like we have you know the fda and other guidelines for food and other products that were going to ingest but we also believe that for this industry to grow and flourish and and frankly for for people like jeff sex sessions whom have reservation we'd bills technology to manage that in the street properly so give you an example in colorado a very large participant recently boss 28 licences why because he allow participants to not follow the rules so a participant was able to walk in the store purchases daily limit lead come right back in the store with the same idea and purchased the same daily limits and even that all day long from dispensaries the dispensary and that could be common practice so we have gone through the regulators we've gone through the work this offence and said listen we can provide a very simple piece of software that when they go to check out the the right be it knows the.

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"bill technologies" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"bill technologies" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Zero five nine beverley colin powell saying you break it you own it and we have owned iraq for years and years and years and years now and still use know it was functioning fairly well and right now eight some it's functioning i would say fairly well by but the country is a mess and and it is a wreck as get to all your calls you're thanks a grace getting it all a loaded up here two three two five two nine one one seven downstate eight three nine one five nine zero thing to consider is how far would china get involved and now at does it mean we're going to have the sort of proxy war between north and south korea and the folks in seoul would pay the price as well scott to henry in wilmington hey henry trickier on a good northbound local thank you all it made me at all is the typical trump the non inc e e uh i don't want pay anything but like i got a live in the moment the there or or they don't think all word about what it all the cold war hilton it it it you have in nuclear war an oral actor but oil it will be a world war it will add our hill of art rant it hitting back it on a war and people a bomb bomb rush all won't go but we have even more by equity because we're in bed embedded in all our by and bit matter i i don't know why do you think rushing would get ar over it been it's been talked about in on on a new not work with trump fake being but they have albany back or or they work together though weapon and technology although tonga panel it added no we'll light ally and they had no one be one or whoever pays the bill technology in american not antichina any money so the temple fact that broke out of the party the air right and we already been day so we're gonna fight war say i i suspect that putin would sit back and and just wait for whatever opportunity ah he would have in this i doubt he would actually be supporting north korea when you have china supporting north korea i suppose he would sit back like gozon carrion bird.

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