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Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals
"Moments after exciting. One of the best, finals games in recent memory. Game Five Heat Eke Ekit out to live another day and joining Zach tonight now Chris. Bosh. It wasn't quite. Five to Allen for three. It was quite Bosch Talon. But this is up there with one of the biggest heat wins in history I mean. For sure. It's an incredible game. What did you think of it? Man You know I, it is starting to be one of those series that's just kind of grinding to a halt. You thought that was going to happen is not happening. Everything, every player that she thought was going give this particular stat line is not it's not really transpiring right now but I mean, you have to give all credit to the heat and I kept telling people this in all these interviews you know how can get? The Lakers. Over they've got the uniforms on and I just like, okay he don't WanNa be here but let me tell you something. These guys if there's anybody. Who would embrace a difficult situation? It is Erik Spoelstra and Butler seems to really. Thrive off of that and anticipate that. affected. So it's Kinda like a marker will really hard is. Like they say, Oh hey yeah, we're here now. We're supposed to be competing for championship. This is how it's supposed to be. You know is this all about survival now there they've lived to play another day and that's what you gotta do. I think it's time to just acknowledged. Once and for all that, the heat had become a great team you know there was always this question of. Did they benefit from the hiatus hiatus in everything the bubble shake the bucks more than other teams. Did they benefit from hayward getting injured a really good. You. Know this Lakers seem his lost one game in every playoff series. Until now, they have not lost to to a heat team that is missing its leading postseason score until this series Goran dragic that they could started to acknowledge Jimmy Butler. The top ten player. Yeah that'd be we're. GonNa. Have to rearrange the rankings because this dude just put up thirty five, twelve eleven in forty seven minutes forty seven minutes and five and a half whatever it is it's the game you play dull game. Survived forty thirteen seven on fifteen of twenty-one masterpiece from the Brian. James we can talk about the end of the game if you want. Everyone can focus on the end of the game, but the heat put themselves in position to win at the end of the game. Duncan. Robinson was unbelievable. They're shotmaking was outstanding and this team just keeps in with Bam out bio clearly, not one hundred percent missing layups, missing dunks, he can play better he. To acknowledge the heat now are are for real and just like you were saying, they're short handed to. So you know we need to keep that in mind You can only imagine how the series would be a little different Gora was out there and not that he's just going to be that dominating presence, but he gives them another layer. To their attack and you know they have that team cohesion down pack and I mean, I don't really know where the lapses with the Lakers are happening with dunkin' Robinson. He's making them pay every time. I. Mean He's moving himself up into Lee Company every game because you don't expect them the thing you know you don't think he's going to continue to go on the street. He's he's gone on and you'll eventually figure that a veteran is GonNa get into them and just chase him to the bathroom. But but it hasn't happened yet and I mean they're making them pay every single time and. Boy I. Tell You. We'll. We'll see what happens game six. Years especially with a hobbled a little bit man. That's one of the big cities we should probably get to. Well, let's let's talk about the end of the game real quick. Okay. So a Frank Vogel Lakers coach has come out after this game and said that there were bad calls at the end. Jimmy Butler getting to the line I'm going to have to go ahead and disagree he's probably GonNa give find. Lakers lead the Lakers up one. He, ball they run a beautiful fast play for Jimmy Butler gets A. He screwed good play Lebron not. because. Eighty one moving so whilst I foot Lebron on. Screen Lebron and she goes up but Jeff Van Gundy called on the broadcast he he floats see I mean. It in verticality your whole. Career. Frank Vogel helped invent it with Roy but. He floats. He fails right? That's a foul. Yes. Afoul he jumped into them. You know good call by the resident and you have to give you know usually referees are getting tough time I. Think they called a Great Game Day You can always look on both sides and say, well, if an if but if they're even in the game is tied and the players they're the ones who are dictating what happens out there. Hopefully, the game isn't called. You know at the end by you know free throws or anything like that but all. Evenly called Game I. Feel. Throws. Yeah, each team had their opportunities and. Jimmy Man Jimmy Butler man he's he's continuing to do it. Man I gotta I gotta you gotTa give him props he's going to make give him props I. Mean he put them on their own is back in those last minutes. Man I mean, the one leg get he's hidden one legged fadeaway. You know he's hitting the free throws down the stretch to dribble I mean he's He's shoot free throws when you're that exhausted and not just. Did you her second he was going to miss you like just. To, to, of course, you were not you think he's GonNa Miss One because as a player I know how I would feel I'm GonNa Miss One. On. THAT TIRED Like him going over when he was leaned over panting after getting fouled, you know they burned a time out after that but. Just him just still being able to muster up whatever could and having a concentration suppose still had Chris Bosh on his roster. He would have run that play where you went to the back side. And the coroner. You. Come on you. Play for last second shot several times. So okay. So it makes a two free throws come down. They call time out again, Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. Call on this game all over this. Danny Green is in the game with a know Dunkin Robinson's on Danny Green. They know that they're going to run the screen to try to force Dunkin Robinson they know there's going to be a double with Lebron that's exactly what happens Lebron Drives Zach he drives into a crowd. There's three is three and a half guys there. He makes the basketball play Chris Bosh, which he is made for fifteen years since he's been starting to the playoffs, throws it to the Open Guy Danny. Green is a thirty eight percent three point shooter from that spot according to second spectrum is wide open. So I'll I'll throw them another couple of percentage points. And he missed it. Well I know Danny wants that one back. you know he made the right play it was a crowd I. I think he had the mentality to say, you're not going to beat us. We're sending everything in the kitchen saying and we're just going to close the shooters. They got the play that they were looking for. It was a tremendous play Danny Green slipped out. You kinda tell that the heat we're anticipating that play. Brahms. So able to make a very decent pass out the Danny grains got he got his hands on he stepped right into it. Any other time nine times out of ten he'll make that shot. You know he missed it what the interesting thing was on the rebound market Moore's he had plenty of time and he kind of made a quick decision Brian, opened on the right wing, which is always easy to say a new usually. Yeah. You throw it to ad but he had another big on you know and that was just man I was a tough light. It was very tough sequence. Watching film you. In it again now. You. Know Marquee Foucault Danny Green like he just handed the ball to hand off again Danny was right there funny though when he's when you through the LOB. Through. It I looked under the Rim I saw a d. and I thought again the balls just hand in mid Air I thought okay. I hate that decision because ad Mike, I'm putting the referees in play a little bit their down one, and then of course, the pass was that not an accurate he choked right let's just say. I'm not saying I would say that to mark keeps face in this moment. Do not say that Bryant don't say that. He. What do you WanNa say it's choked. Well he also as you pointed out before we started, you know they were setting the screen it they set for Jimmy on the on the go ahead. Free throws a flat screen by crowder and the flat screen is designed. You know Chris knows when your face in half court, it's designed to make defense. Gessler. Like which way to go, but it is an which wishing the pick he went he went from an angle to switching to the flat. kind of this weird in between space and if you don't, if if you're not demonstrative about your coverage, you'll get exploited
Steve Bannon's arrest has tertiary ties to video games
"Former thirty eight studios CEO curt. Schilling was involved in the build a wall pack. The thing that just led to former Donald Trump advisor, steve bannon getting arrested. This is just a weird tangentially related to video games news story that is just so strange and it also kind of goes to show that if curt schilling is involved in a company, that's probably a good reason to not invest any money. So for the. Non Video game side of the story former President Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon was arrested this morning for issues related to a crowdfunding campaign. He was involved with that was raising money to build a wall between Mexico and the United States of America. The campaign raised over twenty, five million dollars, but apparently, the money was being used for personal gain Audrey Strauss the acting us attorney for the southern district of New York said. The. Defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors capitalizing on their interest and funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars under the false pretense that all of the money would be spent on construction while repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Cole fade the founder and public face of the We build the wall would not be paid a cent. The defendants secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to coalfields, which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle. That quote comes from NPR story. Linked in the show notes. So that's the main part of it but the tangentially related video games side of it comes from Edward Isaac Dove Air From the Atlantic on twitter who wrote Crisco Bosch is the General Counsel of the build the wall pack that Steve Bannon was just arrested for being involved in as chairman. The advisory board includes Eric Prince Former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo Sheriff David Clarke and former pitcher curt schilling curt schilling is predominantly known for being a pitcher in the MLB. I will always know him as the CEO of thirty eight studios, the developer that created kingdoms of Amour with investment funds from the State of Rhode Island, which he neglected to return when required, which ultimately doomed the developer and the kingdoms of Ahmir franchise though then might be making comeback soon, there's a, there's a remake rerelease on the way. It's really gross that money was being raised to build a wall which as near as I can tell is thankfully nowhere near fruition and it's totally unsurprising that it is all collapsing under the weight of its founders deciding to just try and keep the money for themselves. Rock steady responds to recent sexual harassment issues with kind of a weird public statement. The publication. The Guardian recently released a story about sexual harassment issues at develop a rock steady games and how the company had not taken proper action when women within the studio went directly to its leadership wants the article was published rock steady apparently began to take action internally and called a studio meeting but the developer also released kind of strange statement on twitter. Here's the statement in full working on. Our response to the recent news, we received the following unsolicited letter eight out of ten people that sign of the original two, thousand, eighteen letter or still rock steady. The following unedited letter below is from seven of those people. Please note that all involved do not wish to have their identity disclosed publicly under any circumstances. This statement is sent in representation of the current women at rock steady studios who were. Working at the studio in two thousand eighteen who signed a letter regarding issues being faced by female employees. The statement has in no way been asked for or influenced by management or anyone else. This is solely the voices of those involved who are still currently employed by rock steady. We all feel the need to respond to this and to reflect what actually happened at the time and how this has been. Handled since recently, an article was posted in the Guardian regarding this letter, which was sent to the studio heads and HR in two thousand eighteen in addition to multiple other accusations. In this article, we feel that the anonymous source or sources attempted to speak on behalf of all women at rock steady, and we do not feel that this article is a fair representation of us the events at the time or. Since the letter was received when the letter was received by the studio immediate action was taken, which resulted in a series of meetings with the women of the studio to allow us a safe space to talk about any issues we were facing figuring out strategies to resolve these issues and what the studio could do going forward continued efforts have been made to ensure that we have a voice within our. Working, within the studio ranging from involvement, specifically with how our characters are represented to workshops to help build self-confidence within male dominated industries. Throughout all of this, a firm promise has been made that there always an open forum for us to speak out net issues would be addressed with seriousness none of the current female employees at the studio who are involved with the letter were contacted about this letter being released. To the media until we were informed by the studio at the time of working through the original letter with the studio, we were assured that this would be kept as a private matter. As this was what we had collectively requested we feel that our privacy and witches have been disregarded and a private matter has been made public. This has left us feeling that we have been violated by the source or. Sources as it was kept private for personal reasons, twelve involve not to industry secrecy. We would like to conclude this statement reaffirming the importance of any minority within the games industry to speak up and four studios to take seriously as rock steady did at the time and continues to do any allegations being brought forward to work towards creating safe environments for us to work in so that we can make games.
Seattle Seahawks to play first three home games of 2020 season without fans
"Sad new realities with Cove it all of us Twelves will have to root for our favorite Seattle Seahawks from our homes. As a reporter, Heather Bosch is about to tell us it is going to be very different without fans in the stands this season. Seattle's football stadium on Game Day is going from this. Two. More like this. Blame Cove in 19, the team announced its first three home games will be held without fans in in the the stadium. stadium. In In a a statement, statement, the the Seahawks Seahawks said, said, while while Centurylink Centurylink fields fields become become the the best best home home field field advantage advantage in in the the league, league, thanks thanks to to the the energy energy and and passion passion of of the the 12, 12, the the health health and and safety safety of all our fans, players and staff remains our top priority. But these are the fans that did this. The Seattle Seahawks. World record for stadium within ear shattering 137.6. I mean, the ones who set off seismic equipment during the beast quake run of 2011 your fans who undeniably help cheer a team to a Super Bowl victory. 12. They're bringing the trophy home. Coach Carroll confident the team will be fine. Do not have the twelves in the stadium. Okay? I don't That's relative. We have a great day. Crowd goes nuts once we're there, and we've done it a couple times. It won't be a big deal ain't gonna live. It's going to be weird.
"bosch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Thirty five is a former protective to watch if you have caught any of the Amazon series Bosch there's a six season Matt rows of TV guide magazine is joining us right now and what is here we get into this season you know it well he's always end up to his neck in something and this character played by Titus Welliver Harry Bosch is the hero of a series of twenty some novels by Michael Connelly which I've always been best sellers and to me this is what humans on I I'm surprised they don't do more of those because they're so associated with books selling that they wouldn't take a popular book series like this and turn them into TV shows I'm also surprised like CBS or some one of those other procedural type networks did never latch on to Harry Bosch before this but thankfully Amazon has been very very successful seasons of Bosch B. O. S. C. H. Harry Bosch and the sixth season drops on Friday there will be one more to come they said that the seventh will be the last but there at least one more season of this and this year it deals with the murder of a physicist and missing radioactive material remember the name of the book this is all about the body who's ever read the books underscore warmer what does happen because it's pretty intense that it who who's taken the radioactive material or they're going to threaten LA with it and so it's just a really good solid detective story in Titus Welliver embodies Harry Bosch so very well so this is just one of those streaming so that when a canoe season comes up here kind of excited about it so that's available for people to stream and then we'll take people through the weekend with people looking for escape this weekend and that's like I can't recommend anything higher than that what about a global special one world together at home that's an escape at least a little bit yeah well inspirational to be sure and you know they say that we're all in this together in this particular ugh special is going to be final cast on all the networks many cable networks I think radio is going to broadcast it will be on some of your streaming services as well I believe on Saturday if you have the TV on you probably won't be able to escape one world together and home lady Gaga curated the special bringing together a bunch of entertainers and hosted by all three of the late night guys Jimmy Fallon Jimmy Kimmel Stephen Cole bear or the three co hosts of this special is going to air Saturday night which includes entertainment aspects but also it is focused on the front line health care workers telling their stories in a very inspirational way and possibly but it's not really a telephone but I'm sure there are ways to tell people how to support these heroes that were that were that were aware of in the news today but the line up of talent includes you know legends like Elton John and Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder plus you know Keith urban and some Sesame Street characters are going to be involved in this as well but also you know John legend in our L. and I miss Morris that many others angry but Shelley who just you know Wilder's from Milan this last weekend so yeah it's going to be made to be shown all over the world and this kind of thing but again it just this idea that we're all in this together all gonna get through it together and when we were doing it by watching TV no doubt about that that is Matt rows of TV guide magazine joining us on KMOX total information AM on Saint louis' news radio KMOX.
"bosch" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Reboot? You can also follow us on twitter at Automation Alley. Today I'm joined by Dr Christopher Martin Director of Engineering at Robert Bosch. Chris is an innovator and entrepreneur specializing in the intersection of Internet and embedded technology. Were delighted to have you here. Welcome Chris. Thank you very much for having me today. Oh well we're happy to have you so you just present it to a group here at Automation Alley in one of our takeover series on artificial intelligence in the factory of the future. It sounds pretty ominous. But we'll get into that in just a minute as a global leader in connected industry. So what are some of the latest trends? Bosh is seeing in. Ai as it relates to manufacturing and and and related to that how is being used today in factories. And how do you envision it being used in the future? Sure I think it's it's an excellent question and one of the things that we talked about. Today's actually maybe. The opposite of of ominous were quite excited about the opportunities around around this and it has to do not. I think with the chances of of augmenting what we do. What humans do in the factory so when we're whether we're trying to diagnose problems or make things more efficient you know. How can we increase human perception capabilities through artificial intelligence specifically leveraging audio capabilities? That was one thing that we really tried to highlight today. for example. Some of the things that we were doing around automatically detecting faults or issues that come up In workflows or in factory lines These are the type of of experiments that we're already seeing successful results in at at this point. So did I hear you correctly in the presentation today that you're working with Carnegie Mellon on some of this technology? Yes absolutely so. They're an important collaboration partner for us in a number of different dimensions. One thing that we highlighted the study that we're doing together with them about looking at acoustic emissions that are inherent in the process of additive manufacturing specifically in metals based additive manufacturing and then being able to optimize the very complicated process variables that are associated with that and to potentially better understand these very complex manufacturing process. That is really cool stuff. This is really cool stuff so so a lot of the presentation today focused on audio pattern analysis and additive manufacturing process that you just alluded to can you walk us through how these capabilities can actually help manufacturers absolutely so. There's a number of different initiatives that Bosh has Internally and not just around audio so my team as part of our corporate research facility in Pittsburg Pennsylvania and we mentioned we work together with Carnegie Mellon. University is a very important partner But there's researchers and scientists and engineers all over the globe that are working on ai as part of our Bosh Global Center for artificial intelligence and really the manufacturing use cases in applications and benefits that we're seeing are really the pilot really the avant-garde of things were doing so again. There are a lot of this stuff is really about. Making data driven decisions and being able to identify inefficiencies reduced faults detect anomalies in across a wide range of manufacturing applications. I think this is one of the most exciting things that were that were seeing the promise of Ai. The promise of machine learning in these techniques in really working together with the plants themselves. I mean at the end of the day you know Bosh. It's it's hard you know we talk about. You know being a sensor company Iot company but we make things right. We make stuff all over the planet. Saad bless you and and we make things right here in the United States. Some of our lead plants. you know whether it's in Charleston or an Anderson in in these are the domain experts the manufacturing engineers those are partners working together with our AI specialists and experts helping to interpret that data helping to make sense of all those this technology. So so you talked about artificial intelligence machine. Learning that all is predicated on getting to the ability to actually get the data and and and make good decisions and create the right algorithms. How close are we to an autonomous Factory and what are the barriers to getting there from from a manufacturer's perspective? I think that we can talk about an autonomous factory similarly to when we talk about autonomous vehicle right there's different levels there's different functions that one can automate and so. I don't know about I. I can't really speak to say when will be the entire factory run itself and I don't know if that's necessarily something that that we look at as as a goal one of the things within the industry in general and you may have heard some of my colleagues talk about this. Is We really look at placing the human at the center of that? The operator the engineer at the center of that and so how can we help them do their job better not necessarily about replacing them? Or what more about augmenting their capabilities? in so to your question about where their automation opportunities. I think it's really about saying. Hey look you know. Why are we testing this thing multiple times when we really only tested once? Why are we? How can we combine the domain expertise of manufacturing engineer? Who can look at that data and then say oh? This makes sense. Or let's investigate this further. Or now I can better understand why. This defect is manifest manifesting itself so again combining the the the the best of human intelligence as well as that machine intelligence that can just look at so many more data point simultaneously in advise a human or adviser process engineer. On on how to better improve that manufacturers share our outlook on the world which is a machine learning it's going to augment the role of humans and make them much more productive and actually allow us to do a lot more with a lot less than that. That's really important. Yeah and then. That's absolutely brushes view. And I don't speak for myself in annexed ability and I really appreciate that I've worked for Bosch for maybe for almost twenty years now in various capacities and you really see that that human element Come across and in place that and so much work that we do fantastic so the last question. I have for you today Chris and by the way this is really good. I I really enjoy having you with us today. How will robots and AI impact the US labor economy in your opinion sorta? What will the relationship between humans and robots look like in the future? The reason why I asked this you is. It is probably one of the most asked questions I get from people in Academia in government in the legislators up in Michigan In Lansing. And they all come at it from a point of fear that says oh my gosh. Robots are coming and the autonomous factories. Coming what's your take on that you live in this space every day. So let me. Let me predicate this. Make sure that I give my absolutely my own opinion on. This and that opinion is very optimistic. I have to say so now mind you I. Of course I'm an engineer assigned to so perhaps it's also skewed because I'm working on privileged enough to work in say the RND sector But I kind of reflect back to this. I can't remember exactly it was it. Nineteen Ten's one of the most famous economists of all time John Keyes He wrote this treatise and he said you know in the future you know people work maybe twenty hours a week and only if they want to write you know so a little bit under this thing. Everything old is new again. We've always been fearful whether going back to that time or the Cotton Jenner. Whatever that like automation will somehow replace humans and some till now. It's never happened and somehow I believe that that there always be a need that human ingenuity will always be able to build upon itself with this automation with this technology. If we do it properly right. I'm not trying to say that. We run this thing unchecked. And then there's also clearly embedded in this invented relate for life mission for Bosh that we want to do this for the benefit of humanity Not Certainly not to the detriment but I firmly believe that this will create more and more opportunities just as it always has up until this point and I think John Maynard. Keynes predicted Uber. Because he said you know you're going to work twenty hours a week and only if you want to sounds a lot like the GIG economy. Yeah and and we also touched upon a little bit of that today too is around not when we talk about the GIG economy a lot of times. Refer to car sharing service or ride sharing services but there's also very much the rise of the information you. Konami too about how people can contribute to developing human knowledge and regardless of where they are on the planet and this we absolutely see is key to how this combination of machine and human intelligence we'll be combined for a greater good. I mean if you think about it. There is no machine intelligence without human intelligence the. Ai Only knows that's an orange. Or that's a caveat or that's a dog because some human somewhere told that that's robots and machines and automation artificial intelligence will only be as intelligent as we make it only benefit humanity in the ways that we choose to apply. That's right in fact it will always be artificial and what we teach it well. This was awesome. Thank you for joining US Chris and for those listening remember Automation Alley's tech takeovers. Take Place on Wednesdays here at our headquarters in Troy Michigan we also have the ability to do live streaming so you can tune right in And not even leave your desk get a cup of coffee tune in with US watch these tech takeovers and come here from industry experts like Chris as they discussed the latest opportunities and challenges related industry. Four point. -O again if you like what you heard. 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A Throwback Way to Hire Tech Workers: Apprenticeships
"Every company wants to be a company. One consequence of that tech workers workers are in higher demand than ever and companies are struggling to fill their open positions so some of them are going about things the old fashioned way. They're bringing in apprentices our reporter Adam. Shot is here to explain how they're doing it. Adam thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome okay. Let's start start by zooming out. What exactly is the problem? Here for companies. What are they trying to address? The problem is there are many entry level roles that are going unfilled eld today especially in. It support and programming. And they're not enough college graduates to fill those roles. Also college graduates prefer more skilled jobs. As opposed to entry level jobs that could be in support of a website or other tasks so companies are now turning to high-school graduates and those who hold. GED's to actually fill those roles and they're being trained to actually start working in the company they're given a salary and the training typically lasts about twelve to twenty four months and at the end of the training. They're put into full-time jobs with the full skills they're expected to display. It used to be the companies were only competing with other tech companies for talent but now most companies have attack tech team so they're competing with everyone to get people in the door. Let's talk a little bit about these companies. It doesn't surprise me at all. The Bosh is leading the way here. Germany has has a very well known well established history of apprenticeships. But I do know that TAC was always one of those areas where they still were specifically looking for people who had college alleged degrees so Germany implemented this program and now we're seeing that being replicated in the US that's correct in two thousand. Fourteen Obama called he talked about during a state of union. He pointed out. APPRENTICESHIPS is being more geared towards the traditional jobs that could be vocational and he talked about the importance of apprenticeship in new areas like healthcare and technology. Ever since. Then there's been a lot of focus on starting those apprenticeship issue programs in the US especially in companies that are using a lot more tech and are increasing the hiring of tech workers. You mentioned the way in which these apprenticeships usually are. Set Up twelve to twenty four months programs on the job trainings. What do they do to supplement the education that somebody would have gotten in a college program Graham for example? The idea is to make sure that these people will get the skills that they need and get a salary at the same time. It's what IBM calls a pay as you go education method so they don't take on the debt of college but get the skills necessary to actually do a job so in in one case. IBM trained A nurse to actually take on a job in blockchain and it's only a support job so in this case she was given the skills necessary to support the blockchain technology at IBM one thing. I'm sure people are thinking about. Are these apprentices taking a payout now for less pay later One of the things that we often look at our that people are going back to college to get master's degrees because they they think that is going to get them to the next level of employment. So do they talk at all. About what kind of career pass these apprentices can expect to have if they they don't have that four year college degree a lot of these programs actually especially the one from IBM and the one being implemented by Bausch they're actually certified by the Department of Labor and at the end of the apprenticeship programs the actually get a certificate on the kind of skills that they've obtained so those skills could be moved to a new company in some cases the The apprentice may not want to continue on the job but they can take that certificate from the Department of Labor on that specific specific skill to another job so it becomes an important part of the resume I just pilot programs or are the companies expecting to build them out in some way in New New York City there are about three percent of apprenticeship programs are dedicated to tech and that's not enough According to a particular study I read. So there's not enough focus on technology right now though. The focus growing a lot of the companies still are little hesitant in hiring anyone the one with just a high school degree the still prefer to look for talent with the four year degree. It's a mentality that they have that they're trying to overcome. So some companies are breaking molds and looking at this new talent just because there is a need. It's interesting actually. If you think about the people who who are heads of a lot of these big companies college dropout is something that you read on a lot of their resumes. That is true this in this case case a lot of the apprenticeship programs are geared towards people who cannot afford college at all so with the case of Barclays. They're actually really working with underserved communities or underprivileged communities in the city to actually hire talent so it adds diversity to their workforce as well so this problem actually addresses an issue of those who just cannot afford to go to college or does with associates degree. Who Don't want to go to college? But only join the workforce. Are there any challenges that they're running into as they're implementing these programs here in the US. Yes one one of the challenges the mindset especially with the human resources folks folks the challenge is to especially in engineering companies like Bosch where the talent level is highly skilled for them. The challenge is to convince the engineering engineering heads to. Actually you know. Think differently about hiring people so in this case Bosh is actually hiring. Software programmers to develop technologies for autonomous cars. And these are jobs that are typically geared towards a four year degree holders also. They're running into challenges with employees are technical people who could be mentors because it takes a lot of time to make sure the the apprentices is actually learned during the program and the learning experience is actually fun so these people are busy. They don't have time and they have to take time out of their busy schedules. Israel's to do that and some of them are really excited about this Idea mentoring new talent shot. Thank you so much for joining
Local Homeless Ordinances in Limbo After SCOTUS Rejects Appeal
"A ruling by California's ninth circuit court of appeals this is going to affect even hear us here in Houston because it says local ordinances against homeless encampments amount to cruel and unusual punishment Supreme Court last month quietly rejected an appeal to the ruling dealing a major blow to Houston and other major cities city councilman Michael coup Bosch says the mayor's legal team is now working on a response the citizens have a right to their park not just a homeless citizens but the actual taxpayer citizens who live in the city have a right to access their park and when they're camping out if they're taking away the access from other set us up
"bosch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Or certainly meant from Bosch on the lighter side really helps to make automated driving a reality faster but by size president K. stepper said you can't do it with just cameras mapping and radar we need to lock men existing sense of technologies business new laser based technology to give us an increased level for liability in the light if they look at what the despite improvements the timetable for developing fully automated vehicles remains fuzzy with the core chronicles I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS news part of our network visit us at CBS news radio on Facebook I think it would have been for him as he could have been military bases could have been a lot of other things too president trump now says he ordered the strike that killed consuls who the money because the top Iranian general was planning large scale attacks on multiple U. S. facilities abroad the president gave more details to fox news the members of Congress say they got from the White House during closed door intelligence briefings this week I think this is after the fact rationalization to justify an action that was impulses and fraught with danger the administration's justification is now suddenly much more specific just days ago secretary of state Mike Pompeii said this about what he called an imminent threat from stole the money we don't know precisely when and we don't know precisely where but it was real the Iraqis are so furious about the U. S. strike inside their borders that they are now demanding the US draw up a plan to withdraw all of its troops from Iraq I'm okay with it by the way removing I'm not so bad with it and with their only in the training we train.
"bosch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"In just ten seconds and the way it works is that it's it looks like a mouth guard with a little piece on the end and it says that it has a ton of tiny little bristles inside and they do all the personal with once now it does cost more than most of the electric toothbrushes out there but the promise is really interesting and for those of us especially who like have a toddler and have gone through having to go through this whole two minutes this could be really promising next this is a must get for all drivers also debuting at CVS a high tech virtual visor that somehow keeps the son and of your eyes so you can tell us about this Bosch has created a really fascinating technology that what it does is it watches your eyes and it creates a visor out of a transparent piece of glass that you can make more dark and more light it's a really fascinating idea it's in its early stages right now but apparently a lot of the accidents out there come from people fiddling with their visors are not being of the C. fully through their visors whenever they're driving so this could be a real game changer and it just goes to show there's a lot of interesting technologies coming out using a camera this is how this works of watches your eyes and then it changes the glass in front of you using these cameras to be able to tell the computers in the cars to do something based on how we're acting and that's really fascinating and I want to ask you about Sam songs of the wall TV it looks enormous so and how big is it how much is it and how good is the picture quality this is an enormous enormous thing it's designed to be the size of her wall we're talking over two hundred inches in some cases it's crazy but the idea here is that they want to make it so that you.
Pro-Iranian Protesters End Siege of U.S. Embassy in Baghdad
"Supporters of on a Ron back militia angered by US airstrikes have dispersed from in front of the US embassy compound in Iraq after another protest this morning in which warm they were met again by tear gas from embassy security bears mom all our and reports say nightfall in Baghdad militia leaders told the crowds they had made their anger at the U. S. clear and instructed them to leave a day earlier they had Bosch their way into an embassy gate house and a guard house on the edge of the compound and set them on fire they threw rocks again on Wednesday before leaving they say they'll ask parliament to expel US forces and meanwhile have set up camp in another location Iraqi say twenty four people from an Iranian backed group were killed by US airstrikes which the US said it launched after a rocket attack that killed an American contractor president trump tweeted that Iran will pay a very heavy price for the unrest at the embassy and the Pentagon is sending seven hundred and fifty more troops to the Middle East lemon ID and NPR
Survivor Contestant Rudy Boesch Dies at 91 After Long Battle with Alzheimer's Disease
"They miss survivor contestant has died it was one of the most popular participants on the hit TV show survivor Rudy Bosch's died at age ninety one after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease he was a retired navy seal who appeared on survivors inaugural season finishing third at age seventy two the young
Washington joins several other states in flavored vaping ban
"Newsradio Washington governor Jay Inslee signing an executive order directing the state health department of band flavored vaping products is heather Bosch. this service is not there was pushed back about banning vaping flavors even at the governor's announcement itself let me clear this is a contentious issue many of the fears expressed that stricter controls on E. cigarettes will drive customers to the black market to add vaping shops out of business it should not be anyone's business
Russell Thompson Draymond, Adam And Golden State Warriors discussed on Under The Hood
"The warriors how now have curry Russell Thompson Draymond green all under contract going forward and Adam when you take a look at the Golden State Warriors the one thing that we kind of have to remember with this concept of a dynasty is there won't be a what if with this group we will see this and in front of us the three key players here dream on staff and clay they will be there together winning and losing so whatever happens you won't be able to say well what if they stayed together remember the Jordan bulls were pulled apart the heat will lebron in way they were pulled apart and Bosch Shaq and Kobe they were pulled apart we never got to see it actually play out with this warriors team we will be able to see this play out if you hate the warriors you didn't like their style play you didn't like the way they won championships the three that they want to this point you think that was all the rant well guess what you'll be proven right if they don't ever win again if you're someone who thought that this was a great basketball and and some of the best that we've ever seen in NBA history well they have an opportunity now in front of us were they can prove to us that they are as good as we think they are and I think that that's the main point what you said about Kevin Durant and the the the people that say while wasn't real until Kevin Durant we got there you know like they they needed another yet another star they still needed the best player arguably in the NBA to be on their team so now it's a matter of one can they stay healthy can they win enough to to get into the playoffs and get into a Western Conference finals or make it to the finals what Khloe what is Klay gonna look back when he gets healthy there's all these little Asterix that you can add to this season is going to be extremely interesting to see now that they're not the hunted anymore they can be the hunters and they can go in with this chip on the shoulder of people saying look we don't even think they're going to make the playoffs this year which is crazy that dies I think so too I think so too I know Wes is loaded by nineteen and going forward Klay Thompson Draymond green under contract for five seasons Steph curry under contract for three d'angelo Russell can be under control for for so the core for the warriors is set in place that's a pretty good core to have if you're the Golden
"bosch" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case
"I mean, it's he'd have. It's kind of dark injury. He's homicide detective. We know that Bosch has helped LAPD recruiting. Death love and hate frustration. Anger intelligence and intensity. But there's always a dog determination. Best case worst case is sponsored by ADT. What does real protection mean for you? With AT can get all the latest innovation in smart home security, combined with twenty four seven monitoring from the most trusted name in home security, a team of professionals will design and install secure smart home. Just for you with AT eighteen thousand employees safeguard, you there even connected with first responders eighty t is the nation's number one smart home security provider Getty, secure smart, home with everything from video doorbells to indoor outdoor cameras to smart locks in lights all control from the eighty app or the sound of your voice, you can also get professionally monitored carbon monoxide and smoke detectors. Get a custom system designed to fit your home. You can get safety on the go in the car. Or when your kids are at school with the AT go app with an SOS button. Visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how eighty. Not can design and install a secure smart home. Just for you ADT real protection below and welcome. The best case worst case. This is Jim Clemente. Former New York City prosecutor retired at BI profiler and writer producer on CBS's criminal minds. And with me today is hi everybody. It's Francey Hague's former state and federal prosecutor, Jim I'm fan Girling out this you are of sure because we have an extremely special guest today. I'm Titus well over and I don't sound nearly as cool as you do. I play Harry Bosch on the Amazon prime video series Bosh play an LAPD. Let's see all my brothers and sisters at all in the house, which always makes me very happy. Bless you all everyone here for which you do. So thank you. It's a privilege to be here. So much for being here as I'm sure our listeners can now here we are once again live. It's very exciting. Always to do a live up Assode. It's freakishly exciting have Titus Weller. And everyone who can't see us right now is listening. I'm literally sitting next to bash. So this is very exciting. I'll try to get to obnoxious and beg for autographs and things like that while recording, but I can't promise afterward. But what's also exciting is our studio audience, Jim. Have before us hundreds of dedicated professionals from the LA area LAPD and related festivals. Thank you. Sex crimes investigators and related professionals of Bank. You what you do? So let's launch right into it Titus. Can you tell us who is Harry Bosch? Harry Bosch is a LAPD. Homicide detective, he is a native son, which is pretty unusual in LA. Everybody seems to be from someplace else, but he's a true native son of LA works Hollywood. He's a closer and. He's he's he's my hero. He's my hero. He's the kind of cop that if a person was victim of a crime. They would want a detective Harry Bosch investigating because he's he's relentless having been a victim of crime. His mother was murdered when he was a kid which informed his choice to become a police officer. And I think a great detective he. He's a guy who doesn't suffer fools. He is not corrupt the as a flawless moral, compass. He just bends the rules a little bit sometimes which places him at odds with command they may not necessarily like him. But when the chips come down, he's the guy he's the go to guy because they know he will he will not stop until the he gets the back. I Ted is this is such a sort of Hollywood kind of a question, but you've been an actor a long time. I recently saw on. I really saw SVU playing the other side of the fence playing a bad guy and doing it quite convincingly, which worried me a little bit to say is Bosch, the fit your like your favorite character you've ever played. Question. I mean, it's Bosch is the kind of character that area act or in the beginning your career, all you wanna do work, even if you get paid ten dollars. It doesn't matter. It's just, you know, the do what you love. And that's why you know as a young man, I made completely irresponsible choice to become an actor rather than becoming a police officer. But it's it's a character. I don't know. I mean, you know, he's not he's he's an anti hero. So in that way, he's not necessarily, you know, like a lot of the cop characters that we all grew up watching on TV that were kind of white had heroin guys. You know, he does not play well with others. But he's a righteous, dude. And he's a loving father. But he's very haunted guy. He's very human. So as an actor. It makes him very interesting to play because he is the anti hero. He is he's against the odds. But what makes him compelling this? The fact that he does heroin things. But in the true sense of the word hero, which is what what first responders police officers. Do they make the ultimate sacrifice? They don't think about themselves. They are the guys that and women who run into the burning buildings who run into the line of fire to save people's lives who compromise a lot of their own personal lives. You know, miss ballgames school plays, you know, casualties divorce broken families because they have given themselves to the service of society. And there's nothing more noble than that. So what's not to like, I mean, it's inhabits kind of dark injury world. You know, he's a homicide detective he's he's meeting with people at the worst possible. Time of their lives or the end of their lives. But he. He just I love this guy. I love he's cranky. And he's real he's not he's not necessarily charming. He doesn't wanna be everybody's best friend. He what he really wants to do is raise his kid and do his job and stack bad guy souls right plan as long as they let you as long as they'll have me, and it's you can see color my hair lease all my head. Not a might beard. I'm going to try to lie about that. Ladies, you can't say anything. Because you know, where you go once a month. Okay. I don't have any idea. What was here? Mustache color, isn't exactly what's up top. So. I won't fall questioning but full disclosure might beard.
"bosch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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Turkish Airlines passengers hurt by turbulence headed to New York
"We're hearing from some of the passengers who are on that. Turkish Airlines flight yesterday which experienced severe turbulence just before landing at JFK airport. New York's airlines flight one about forty five minutes from its New York JFK destination when it began passenger Amir mayor Bosch says the plane started bouncing then straight nosedive a leveling out a little bit at it dropping it dead with a drop. So sudden a lot of people coming up in their head on the ceiling or on the side of the plane. And so there are a lot of injuries at least twenty nine people injured ten people reported taken to a hospital after the plane landed one with a broken. Leg. Most of the passengers were treated inside an
Michael Beasley Waived by Clippers After Trade from Lakers
"The good news for Michael Beasley in a Vico. Sue bosch? They will not have to hire a moving van after the two Lakers were traded to the clippers just before the trade deadline with the recently acquired Mike Moskal going from the clippers to the Lakers clippers have sent Avery Bradley to Memphis for guard Garrett temple je, Michael Green. Meaning all three of the Detroit Pistons players who came over in the Blake Griffin deal your ago haven't been traded away in two days time for the Lakers. Sure. Anthony Davis is still in New Orleans, but the pelicans didn't wanna deal Davis anti white and Davis says he'll play out the season in the big easy. Assuming the team lets him play at
Investors Fear China Slowdown Could Threaten U.S. Stocks
"Some investors see slowing growth in China. The world's second largest economy as the biggest threat to US stocks following their best January in decades. Joining us now in our studio with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter IRA Llosa, Bosch Vealy so IRA slowing. Global growth has been a concern for investors. Even as the US economy has been humming along what is the latest data out of China, showing us one recent data point that we mentioned in the story has been PM which shows manufacturing output, and that showed that manufacturing out, but continued to slow in January not as quickly as in December, but still contracting. And of course, the Rothe rate of six point six percent that we saw for two thousand eighteen was the worst in decades that was the worst annual growth since nineteen ninety. So if you're just looking at the. Data alone. It's not a really pretty picture. Is there anything else unique to this particular point in time that has investors more concerned than usual about US vulnerability to a slowdown in China? Sure. A couple of things first of all we are in a period where global growth after a year where growth in many countries was picking up right now. Global growth appears to be contracting slowing and that's not great. If we have a China slowdown in a period, where growth is on the way down rather than on the way up also the Chinese central Bank in China's government has stimulated its economy over and over again over the last couple years, and some investors are concerned that the stimulus won't continue to work in the same way that it has in prior years because China's economy is taken. In on so much debt. You talk about some other factors regarding economic policy in China that could hurt US stocks another in particular that you mentioned is devaluing Chinese currency. Tell us how that could play out over the last couple years some of the big outflows that we've seen from China and some of the big fluctuations that we've seen volatility in the US stock market have resulted from a from a falling you on the you on is controlled more or less by China's central Bank. But the concern is that if the Euan starts dropping that could raise concern among investors that all is not well in China's economy investors, get worried they start selling large parts of their portfolio, not just their Chinese assets. But assets that depend on China like emerging market assets or US stocks that are highly dependent on China for. Their bottom lines and that leads to another sell off in the market. And of course, here in the United States. We are coming off very strong January. What else are you hearing from investors about their concerns? Going forward will one concern has been put on pause, and that is the Federal Reserve we've had what appears to be a dovish shift from the fed last week. Where officials have said that or suggested that they're taking a pause in raising interest rates. So that is temporarily off the table that leaves China as a very big concern because number of things can go wrong. If if the US and China aren't able to move trade talks forward that puts those worries back on the table. Also, if we get more evidence that the Chinese economy is slowing that also could be worrisome for investors. And as far as the US is concerned if paradoxically if we keep getting really, really? Good economic data. Like, we got on Friday with the jobs numbers that could bolster the case for investors who believe that the fed won't stay on hold for long and could give some investors a little bit more to worry about.
Mojio The Leading Open Platform for Connected Cars
"Introduce introduce you you tonight tonight to to a a serial serial entrepreneur entrepreneur that's that's changing changing the the way, way, we we think think about about leadership. leadership. Kenny Kenny Hoke Hoke is is a a Detroit Detroit native native who who grew grew up up with with roots roots in in the the automotive automotive industry. industry. And And he's. he's. He He started started his his career career on on the the manufacturing manufacturing floor floor at at General General Motors Motors book, book, he he soon soon found found himself himself leaving leaving Detroit Detroit for for new new opportunities opportunities overseas, overseas, and and in in Silicon Silicon Valley Valley now now Kenny Kenny is is the the CEO CEO of of Campbell Campbell waste, Mojo a leading software as a service platform for connected cars and carry a branded IOT services in a nutshell. Mojo is also KENNY'S six outing a CEO, including his passion for using technology, but to solve real world problems and undoing a little research of also discovered that Kenny was a semi pro skateboarder as a teenager, and he may or may not still be able to do a handstand world writing. And yes, art promise, you are will go to research, it guess stiffler is pure gold to me so book, a look and hold until I as I beam you'll is all the way to California. So we can speak with Kenny Hoke from Mojo. Massif warm. Welcome to the show Kenny how the New Year's resolutions going. Oh, you still holding firm after the holiday. He's under other any plans to resurrect your semi pro pro skating skating in in career. career. Maybe Maybe prove prove you you can can still still do do a a handstand handstand world world rolling rolling for for asking. asking. You You know, know, we we live live the the very very focused focused light. light. So So we're we're going going to to stick stick to to our our plans. plans. No No there there is is no no new new resolutions resolutions for for twenty twenty nineteen nineteen other other than than make make sure sure we we stay stay focused focused and and for for skateboarding. skateboarding. And And past past the the past past the the point point of of being being a a pro pro skateboarder, skateboarder, but but I I still still try try to to do do a a hand hand stand stand on on the the skateboard skateboard at at least least once once a a year year to to make make sure sure I I could could still still do do it. it. And And I'll I'll probably probably do do that that with with my my team. team. So So looking looking forward forward to to a a great great CDS CDS this this year year lab lab test test eight eight Lacerda Lacerda sight sight to to see see the the when when I I was was researching researching you you I'll I'll let let you you a a Detroit Detroit native native who who grew grew up up with with roots roots in in the the automotive automotive industry. industry. And And I I believe believe you you started started your your career career working working on on the the manufacturing manufacturing floor floor at at General General Motors. Motors. But But soon soon found found yourself yourself leading leading Detroit Detroit for for new new opportunities opportunities overseas overseas and and in in Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. So So can can you you expand expand on on that? that? Tell Tell me me about about the the transition transition from from the the manufacturing manufacturing for for for for new new opportunities opportunities older older season season in in Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure. So So I I worked worked at at General General Motors Motors between between junior junior and and senior senior year year of of college college to to make make some some money money for for college college snow snow university university in in the the US US is is quite quite expensive. expensive. And And I I was was supposed supposed to to be be programming. programming. Robots Robots at at General General Motors. Motors. Will Will it it turned turned out out the the robots robots were were delayed delayed from from Japan? Japan? And And so so the the plant plant manager. manager. L L Harris Harris came came out out to to us us twenty twenty eight eight college college students students who who are are supposed supposed to to be be doing doing programming programming and and said said men, men, I've I've got got good good news news and and bad bad news news bad bad news, news, robots robots won't won't be be here here for for another another nine nine months. months. Good Good news news is is you you can can work work on on the the manufacturing manufacturing floor floor as as production production supervisor. supervisor. And And learn learn manufacturing manufacturing is is all all about, about, and and we we we we were were like like deer deer in in the the headlights. headlights. I I really really needed needed the the job job slide slide state state about about half half the the people people left left and and took took their their backup backup jobs, jobs, and and I I had had to to manage manage you you cranky cranky twenty twenty to to thirty thirty year year veterans veterans of of the the United United Auto Auto Workers Workers union. union. And And as as there there is is a a nineteen nineteen year year old old with with you you knowing knowing very very little little about about management, management, and and I I tell tell you you they they just just rip rip me me apart apart for for the the first first few few weeks weeks until until I I finally finally earned earned the the respect respect in in delta delta relationship relationship with with them. them. But But it it was was probably probably one one of of the the toughest toughest things things I I ever ever did did was was managing, managing, you you know, know, people people older older than than me me different different races races different different backgrounds, backgrounds, and and it it really really took took a a lot lot of of humble humble pie pie to to be be able able to to do do that that job. job. But But I I still still love love technology technology and. and. For For me me getting getting out out to to Silicon Silicon Valley Valley was was goal goal at at least least getting getting out out to to the the west west coast. coast. And And I I took took a a job job with with a a startup startup chip chip company company as as a a chip chip designer designer and and moved moved out out to to southern southern California. California. And And that's that's how how I I started started my my technology technology career. career. Incredible Incredible journey journey you you all all to to the the CEO CEO of of Campbell Campbell based based company company called called Mojo, Mojo, which which is is a a leading leading SAS SAS platform platform for for connected connected cars cars and and carry carry a a brand brand new new IOT IOT services. services. But But Mojo Mojo is is also also you'll you'll six six outing outing the the CEO CEO I've I've got got to to ask ask where where did did your your passion passion for for using using technology technology to to solve solve real real world world problems? problems? Where Where did did that that come come from? from? It's It's interesting. interesting. I I was was looking looking back back and and turn turn it it throughout throughout your your we're we're we're we're the the roots. roots. My My dad dad was was electric. electric. So So he he always always had had switches switches and and light light bulbs bulbs and and circuits circuits we we built built radio radio shack shack electronics electronics kits kits together. together. He He actually actually built built a a TV TV from from a a heath heath kit kit project. project. Can't Can't we we actually actually take take all all the the components components and and build build your your own own TV TV in in so so tinkering tinkering with with electron electron at at early early age age really really helped helped with with that. that. And And I I look look back back and and now now that that radio radio seconds seconds defunct defunct and and all all the the stores stores are are shut shut down. down. You You know, know, I'm I'm hoping hoping somebody somebody resurrects resurrects those those kits kits because because as as a a young young kid kid playing playing with with those those cats, cats, you you know, know, really? really? Really Really taught taught you you the the basics basics of of how how hell hell electrcity electrcity flows. flows. Have Have switches switches work work relays, relays, transistors, transistors, building building your your first first transistor transistor radio radio component component by by component. component. Those Those are are things things that that kids. kids. Now, Now, just just take take for for granted granted everything everything just just works. works. Are Are you you don't don't need need to to know know how how it it works? works? I I think think understanding understanding understanding understanding how how things things work work is is a a key key part part of of building building out out love love and and curiosity curiosity around around technology technology for for people people hearing hearing about about Mojo Mojo for for the the very very first first time. time. Could Could you you just just set set the the scene scene ill ill failed? failed? Exactly Exactly what what as as the the real real world world problems problems that that you you solve solve what what makes makes stop stop out out of of solutions solutions outlet. outlet. Sure. Sure. So So some some OJ OJ we're we're in in Vancouver Vancouver based based company company with with offices offices in in Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. Also Also Sofia Sofia Bulgaria, Bulgaria, we're we're quite quite global. global. We We build build a a cloud cloud platform platform for for IOT IOT starting starting with with the the connected connected car. car. And And what what that that means means is is we we for for just just ten ten dollars dollars or or ten ten year year olds olds per per month month of of mobile mobile operator operator provides provides a a device device that that the. the. Sumer Sumer plugs plugs into into the the vehicle vehicle into into their their on-board on-board diagnostic diagnostic court, court, which which every every car car since since nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven has has in in by by plugging plugging that that device device in in you. you. Light Light up up for for G. G. Lt Lt me me WI WI wifi wifi in in the the car car see see of of high-speed high-speed wifi wifi in in the the car car that that works works anytime. anytime. The The car car is is on on you you also also decode decode all all the the secret secret information information hiding hiding behind behind that that on-board-diagnostics on-board-diagnostics port, port, for for example, trouble codes when you check engine light goes on. And you have no idea what the problem is. We'll tell you not only the severity of the problem. But what the problem is the likely cost of repair. So when you go into a mechanic shop you as a consumer have much more power than just driving in and saying, please help I have no idea. What's wrong with my vehicle? Now, you can drive in and say this catalytic converters failing it should cost about six hundred pounds. Can you do it for six hundred pounds or less? So So just just those those two two features features not not only only give give the the customer customer more more convenience. convenience. But But also also save save them them time time say say that that money. money. It It also also lets lets you you know, know, if if your your car car has has been been tampered tampered with with has has been been bumped bumped toters toters being being stolen, stolen, and and you you know, know, that that your your loved loved one. one. Ones. Ones. Are Are also also getting getting into into a a safe safe vehicle vehicle for for me me I've I've got got teen teen daughters. daughters. So So knowing knowing that that they're they're driving driving safely safely knowing knowing where where they they are. are. And And the the cars cars are are safe safe is is also also great great peace peace of of mind mind for for me me as as a a parent parent and and with with that that we've we've gone gone from from zero zero to to eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand connected connected car car last last eighteen eighteen months, months, and and we'll we'll put put you you off off Moderato. Moderato. If If you you let let you you close close twenty twenty eighteen eighteen on on an an incredibly incredibly high high note, note, we've we've moved moved T T mobile mobile Poland Poland as as long long as as the the small small cost cost pilot pilot by by Mojo, Mojo, which which takes takes you you to to nine nine operators operators in in six six countries. countries. But But could could you you expand expand on on these these and and how how incredible incredible journey journey which which seems seems to to be be gathering gathering spate? spate? Now, Now, doesn't doesn't it? it? Yes. Yes. Thank Thank you. you. It's It's it it really really is is celebrating celebrating Deutsche Deutsche Telekom, Telekom, which which is is majority majority owner owner of of T T mobile mobile also also t t mobile mobile Poland Poland t t mobile mobile Germany Germany Austria Austria Czech Czech Republic. Republic. Thirteen Thirteen other other countries countries around around the the world, world, they they invested invested in in a a round, round, and and they they also also invested invested in in our our most most recent recent be be round, round, and and they've they've been been very very active active as as a a strategic. strategic. Investor Investor in in many many times times strategic strategic investors investors young young talk talk about about delivering delivering more more than than money, money, but but very very rarely rarely do do they they actually actually follow follow through through on. on. That That Goto Goto telecom telecom has has been been amazing. amazing. They They have have a a partner partner in in group group with with a a couple couple of of key key people people Ota Ota Chesney Chesney Gabby Gabby that that actively actively work work as as hard hard trying trying to to help help the the startup startup that that the the that that the the big big corporate corporate has has invested invested in in as as they they do do making making sure sure the the corporate corporate gets gets there there initiatives initiatives completed completed so so that that group group has has been been really really helpful helpful in in helping helping us us to to find find the the product product test test the the product product make make sure sure it's it's carrier carrier grade grade also also making making sure sure were were fully fully compliant compliant with with GDP GDP are are the the new new regulations regulations in in Europe, Europe, and and then then helping helping us us work work through through each each of of the the different different countries countries which which still still are are allowed allowed to to make make their their own own individual individual decisions. decisions. So So that that investment investment from from Richard Richard telecom, telecom, and and the the partnering partnering group group in in working working closely closely with with them them have have been been really really instrumental, instrumental, and and we we are are super super happy happy to to have have our our most most recent recent launch launch in. in. Poland. Poland. And And you you know, know, it's it's a a large large market. market. Don't Don't you? you? Tell Tell the the town town has has number number one one market market share share there. there. And And they're they're really really excited excited about about being being used used this this technology technology to to make make their their car car safer, safer, put put WI WI fi fi in in it it and and helped helped her her consumers. consumers. Save Save time. time. Save Save money money and and going going forward forward we we expected expected eventually eventually being being most most of of the the torch torch telecom telecom countries countries around around the the world world as as long long as as they they have have enough enough cars cars in in enough enough people people not not many many people people listening listening to to us us today. today. We'll We'll be be gently gently easing easing this this selves selves back back into into the the office office after after a a year. year. But But for for anyone anyone in in the the tech tech industry industry of of coal. coal. Steph Steph thrown thrown straight straight into into the the chaos chaos and and madness madness of of C C S S in in Vegas Vegas and and us us you'll you'll going going this this year. year. Attending Attending ceus. ceus. And And it's it's the the sacred sacred think think to to ensuring ensuring that that you'll you'll the the techs techs you'll you'll showcasing showcasing CAS CAS is is a a success. success. And And you you get get your your voice voice heard heard because because he's he's just just last last isn't isn't it? it? Great Great question, question, this this show show has has particular particular special special spot spot in in my my heart. heart. I I met met my my fiance fiance on on the the way way to to see. see. Yes. Yes. Two Two years years ago ago in in January January fifth. fifth. So So the the Saturday Saturday will will be be our our two two year year anniversary anniversary of of meeting meeting on. on. We We were were both both on on the the way way to to see. see. Yes. Yes. She She was was helping helping her her brother-in-law's brother-in-law's company company now now is is going going to to meet meet with with t t mobile mobile and and our our flight flight had had been been delayed delayed delayed delayed delayed delayed eventually eventually cancelled. cancelled. And And we we looked looked at at each each other other and and said said we we I I really really need need to to get get there. there. And And she she said said I I really really need need to to get get there there too. too. And And she she then then said said we'll we'll you you seem seem quite quite capable. capable. Let's Let's figure figure out out a a way way to to get get there there together together and and one one one one thing thing leads leads to to another. another. We We finally finally made made it it CDS CDS and and never never done done apart apart sense. sense. So So that that I I met met my my fiance fiance literally literally two two years years ago ago on on Saturday Saturday and and could could not not be be happier. happier. Mazen Mazen partner partner in. in. We We had had an an incredible incredible adventure. adventure. Thus Thus far far looking looking forward forward to to the the teacher teacher in in terms terms of of making making the the actual actual show show successful successful in in technology technology successful successful this this year. year. Will Will be be co co hosting hosting a a suite suite at at the the nation nation next next to to the the sands sands invention invention center center together together with with our our other other strategic strategic investor investor Bausch. Bausch. And And if if you you look look back back at at your your ago, ago, we we were were searching searching for for an an automotive automotive big big brother brother in in automotive automotive industry. industry. So. So. You You know, know, insulated insulated a a difficult difficult to to penetrate, penetrate, a a very very slow slow decision-making decision-making and and very very much much not not invented invented here here mentality mentality of of companies companies trying trying to to do do everything everything themselves themselves sweet sweet felt felt having having a a strategic strategic investor investor and and dig dig brother brother would would be be really really helpful. helpful. We've We've talked talked to to most most of of the the OEM OEM suppliers suppliers in in the the world, world, and and our our our our our our hope hope was was we'd we'd get get the the number number one one supplier, supplier, which which is is Bosch. Bosch. They're They're twice twice as as big big as as the the next next biggest biggest supplier. supplier. They They have have amazing amazing technology technology the the invented invented the the can can bus, bus, which which is is what what our our technology technology talks talks over over through through the the Opie Opie deport deport and and happy happy to to say say on on this this Boston Boston investor investor today, today, but but we've we've got got five five different different technology technology tracks tracks that that were were working working with with them them on on including including having having our our platform platform work work directly directly with with an an embedded embedded telematic telematic solution solution in in brand brand new new cars. cars. So So be be demonstrating demonstrating that that the the North North American American International International auto auto show show later later this this month, month, and and we'll we'll be be showing showing in in detailing detailing those those just just don't don't work work tracks tracks together together with with Bausch Bausch at at CAS. CAS. So So when when the the kids kids having. having. Had Had something something that's that's new new that's that's innovative. innovative. You You could could actually actually demo. demo. It It will will be be doing doing that that side side by by side side with with Bausch, Bausch, which which is is pretty pretty pregnant pregnant headed headed when when when when you you think think about about it it so so company company with with four four hundred hundred thirty thirty five five thousand thousand employees employees hundred hundred billion billion plus plus in in revenue, revenue, and and they're they're sitting sitting there there side side by by side side with with Mojo, Mojo, our our you you know, know, ninety ninety person person growth growth company company so so super super excited excited about about that. that. And And what what what what a a difference difference a a year year mix mix of of close. close. You're You're going going to to be be probably probably cool cool impact impact about about me me in in CAS CAS promoting promoting Mo-jo Mo-jo pushy pushy pup pup to to a a romantic romantic gondola, gondola, ROY ROY of of close close with with to to celebrate celebrate diversely diversely unto unto you've you've got got skateboarding skateboarding tricks tricks to to perform, perform, but but if if you you do do any any down down till till enjoy enjoy CS, CS, which which is is probably probably doubtful doubtful is is anything anything that. that. You'll You'll excel excel about about checking checking out out while while I I am am Vegas Vegas has has an an incredible incredible new new hockey hockey team team Las Las Vegas Vegas nights. nights. And And they're they're playing playing our our hometown hometown team, team, the the San San Jose Jose Sharks Sharks in in Thursday Thursday night. night. So So we're we're going going to to have have a a funding funding out out at at the the at at the the hockey hockey rink rink with. with. Tell Tell us us our our strategic strategic investor investor from from Canada Canada Bausch Bausch and and our our team. team. So So really really looking looking forward forward to to the the sharks sharks beating beating the the nights nights Thursday Thursday night night ninety ninety six six the the planet. planet. So So in in law law and and fear fear that that can can we we got got lucky lucky never never made made the the power power luck. luck. Not Not back back home. home. I I believe believe you you also also do do guest guest lectures lectures at at stunt stunt fits fits engineering engineering entrepeneurship entrepeneurship program. program. Can Can you you tell tell me me a a little little bit bit more more about about that that program? program? And And why why you you think think so so important, important, absolutely. absolutely. Why Why looking looking back back to to the the first first company company I I started started I I wrote wrote my my business business plan plan in in that that class class and and the the class class is is a a combination combination of of engineering engineering master's master's students students and and business business schoolmaster schoolmaster students students in in the the Inkatha Inkatha that that class class is is a a business business plan plan that that you you present present to to both both the the professor professor Mike Mike lions lions and and also also the the students students and and eventually eventually to to venture venture capitalists. capitalists. Why Why wrote wrote might might first first business business plan plan in in class class in in actually actually starting starting my my first first company company I I go, go, which which I've I've actually actually took took public public ninety ninety nine. nine. And And so so that that class. class. Nice Nice has has a a real real special special place place in in my my heart. heart. You You know, know, healthy healthy launch launch my my first first business business in in so so Mike Mike lions lions invites invites me me back, back, and and I I come come back back in in disguise disguise myself myself as as another another student, student, and and they they do do the the business. business. They They do do the the case case study study on on my my business business plan plan and and students students just just rip rip apart. apart. All All the the silly silly things things that that I I was was thinking, thinking, and and how how strategy strategy was was off off and and the the always always different different things things were were were were blemishes blemishes or or problems problems with with the the with with the the business business plan. plan. And And then then eventually eventually Mike Mike asked asked me me to to come come downs. downs. I I take take off off my my baseball baseball cab cab come come down down to to the the further further class class and and tell tell her her what what actually actually happen happen says says a a real real fun fun kind kind of, of, you you know, know, live live case case study study around around the the business business that that that that actually actually worked worked despite despite all all the the problems problems in. in. So So that's that's a a lot lot of of fun fun for for me. me. You You know, know, I I got got my my first first big big break break from from a a Stanford Stanford alumni, alumni, John John Michael Michael who's who's very very first first investor investor if if he he had had come come up up with with the the original original idea idea for for the the business, business, and and you you know, know, he's he's been been a a huge huge proponent proponent of of entrepreneurs entrepreneurs is is a a first. first. Estrin Estrin Staples, Staples, kinkos kinkos copies copies and and was was really really the the guy guy that that stood stood by by me in during the tough times. After starting the business said, listen, I believe in you believe in the business steel stick through this. You're gonna make it instead of worrying about each of the issues to send me a fax. This is back. When people did a lot of faxing semi a fax every Friday in the one good thing that happened and you'll see after time, you're you're making progress in you know, it turns out he was right in. So I'm threader thankful now into Stanford. But also, John Michael for gave me the confidence to stick with it. And not let the first second third or fifteenth problem. He'll. Knock you down every startups have problems, but you probably saw beginning one more step closer to the solution. So that's a key part. And the other is just being back on campus. Really energizes you being around you all students the energy, you know, the taking you back to time. When you remember that anything is possible? There's nothing like that feeling of being on campus. So I get a lot out of it as well. Not you have enjoyed a fantastic career experienced a dramatic is on lows of entrepreneurship since we can help from shop floor. But But can can you you share share the the finished? finished? Oh, Oh, most most interesting interesting story. story. This This happened happened to to you you since since you you began began late late in in Ulan Ulan company company had had -solutely. -solutely. Well. Well. You You know, know, I I started started at at the the chip chip company company called called Silicon Silicon Systems Systems right right out out of of college. college. And And after after on on a a couple couple of of years years working working in in different different parts parts of of the the genera genera team team invited invited to to a a CEO CEO dinner dinner and and the the CEO CEO of of the the company company car car of of I I didn't didn't know know this. this. But But he he didn't didn't fight fight six six seven seven people people out out to to dinner dinner once once a a month. month. Trying Trying to to get get them them a a little little liquor liquor up up in in in in having having few few glasses glasses of of wine, wine, and and then then he he would would say say all all right, right, Kenny. Kenny. What's What's the the one one thing? thing? You You would would change change in in this this company. company. Just Just one one don't don't give give me me ten. ten. What's What's the the number number one one thing? thing? You You would would change change his his company company right right now, now, what what is is it? it? And And I I said said well well for for customer customer meeting meeting last last week. week. And And I I noticed noticed that that your your sales sales guys guys are are confused confused about about some some of of the the products. products. They're They're missing missing opportunities opportunities in in customers customers really really frustrated frustrated trying trying to to figure figure out out which which of of the the products products to to use use and and how how to to apply apply them. them. I I think think we we need need a a two two day day technical technical training training class class for for our our sales sales people people and and Karm Karm says, says, you you know, know, what what you're you're right right at at a a lot lot of of complaints complaints about about that. that. Hockey Hockey seemed seemed like like you've you've got got a a good good personality. personality. So So starting starting Monday, Monday, you're you're going going to to be be transferred transferred up up to to Silicon Silicon Valley. Valley. And And you're you're not not going going to to be be in in technical technical sales sales way. way. We'll We'll what what what what that's that's not. not. That's That's not not what what I I suggested suggested he he says says no no that that that's that's exactly exactly what what he he suggested suggested in in is is perfect perfect and and start start packing packing your your stuff stuff tomorrow. tomorrow. He He can can move move over over the the weekend weekend report report up up to to the the general general manager manager John John Tamil Tamil up up there there on on Monday. Monday. And And that that was was it. it. I I was was pushed pushed from from a a technical technical career, career, which which I I was was really really enjoying enjoying into into sales. sales. And And you you know, know, I I thought thought of of sales sales is is used used star star sales sales people, people, I I never never understood understood or or appreciated appreciated the the importance importance or or the the art art of of professional professional sales sales and and went went into into his his office office and and said, said, I'm I'm not not I'm I'm not not a a salesman salesman engineer engineer design design products products Bill Bill products. products. He He says says number number one. one. This This is is not not a a democracy democracy decisions decisions been been made made number number two. two. He He says says nobody nobody in in this this company company gets gets paid paid until until somebody somebody sells sells something something and and number number three. three. I I heard heard you you wanted wanted to to be be an an entrepreneur entrepreneur some some day day will will if if you you wanna wanna be. be. Sure, Sure, sell sell better. better. Learn Learn how how to to sell sell get get out out of of my my office. office. And And you you know, know, might might might might sales sales manager manager John John John John Tamil Tamil was was a a true true pro pro taught taught me me all all the the ropes ropes of of selling selling in in in in the the importance importance of of a a professional professional sales sales career. career. And And we we just just crushed crushed it it became became number number one one worldwide worldwide eventually eventually at at thought thought TD TD k k at at later later TI TI in in that that experience experience combined combined with with the the other other lessons. lessons. I I learned learned it it so so consistent consistent stay stay with with me, me, my my whole whole career, career, and and I I look look back back because because I I had had a a chance chance to to go go back back to to General General Motors Motors and and IBM IBM which which I'd I'd also also worked worked at at and, and, you you know, know, if if I'd I'd taken taken that that easy easy path path which which actually actually paid paid more more money money than than what what Silicon Silicon Systems Systems offered, offered, you you know, know, we've we've never never learned learned as as quickly quickly as as they they did did it it growth growth company. company. And And I I also also think think it it would would have have delayed delayed in in in in maybe maybe even even prevented prevented me me from from ever ever starting starting a a business. business. So So the the taking taking that that path path less less traveled traveled in in the the more more difficult difficult path path I I really really recommend recommend especially especially when when you're you're beginning beginning your your career. career. So So if if anyone anyone listening listening wants wants to to meet meet you you all all your your tape. tape. At At CS CS the the way way obey. obey. But But if if you've you've got got a a boot boot or or so so whether whether me me find find you you online online and and just just come come to to Mandeville Mandeville statements statements that that call call any any questions. questions. Sure. Sure. So So our our website website is is M M O O J J dot, dot, I I l l that's that's mode mode dot dot IO. IO. There's There's no no dot dot com. com. Just Just mowed mowed dot dot IO IO will will be be hosting hosting suite suite at at the the Venetian Venetian right right next next to to the the sands sands convention convention center center together together with with Bausch Bausch into into book book an an appointment. appointment. You You can can go go to to calendar calendar Lee Lee C C A A L L E E N N D D L, L, Y Y dot dot com com forward forward slash slash jail jail forward forward slash slash C. C. S S dash dash two two zero zero one one nine nine we we really really appreciate appreciate the the time. time. This This morning morning Neil. Neil. Thank Thank you you so so much much of of what what you you said. said. Today's Today's really really rested. rested. I I live live me. me. I I love love how how you you using using technology, technology, but but actually actually solve solve real real problems. problems. But But what what you you said said a a few few months months ago ago about about not not taking taking the the easy easy path path techy. techy. Not Not road road less. less. Trouble Trouble on on Easter Easter learning learning on on the the grind grind shape. shape. She She prepares prepares you you for for the the future. future. Such Such wise wise would. would. Something Something that that really really resonate resonate with with anything. anything. I I wish wish you you the the best best for for C C S. S. I I looked looked to to hear hear from from you you late late on on in in the the say say how how things things are are going. going. But But I I thank thank you you for for coming coming on on and and sharing sharing your your Tom Tom me me tonight. tonight. Thank Thank you. you. My My pleasure. pleasure. Cheers, Cheers, a a great great story. story. Kenny, Kenny, really really as as the the real real Dale Dale and and a a great great guy guy to to boot boot unluck. unluck. I I said said at at the the beginning beginning of of the the show, show, we we must must remind, remind, but but this this is is Kenny Kenny six six acting acting CEO CEO indulging indulging his his passion passion for for using using technology, technology, but but to to solve solve real real world world problems. problems. And And that that really really comes comes across. across. And And unsurprisingly unsurprisingly his his achievements achievements include include winning winning the the GS GS innovate innovate of of the the year year award award setting setting the the world world record record for for low low power power smartphone. smartphone. GPS GPS chip chip says says and and sunning sunning over over one one billion billion in in mobile, mobile, power power accessories. accessories. Olga Olga is is nearly nearly as as impressive impressive as as doing doing a a one one hundred hundred handstand handstand while while riding riding escape escape boat. boat. But But what what really really excites excites me me he's he's loggia loggia while while positioning positioning themselves themselves as as the the technological technological backbone backbone for for that that rapidly rapidly growing growing connected, connected, call call industry, industry, unless unless remember remember that that spice spice alone alone is is forecast forecast to to reach reach hundreds hundreds of of millions millions of of vehicles vehicles around around the the world world by by twenty twenty twenty twenty and and a a few few years years ago, ago, of of course, course, twenty twenty twenty twenty same same luck luck it it was was miles miles away. away. But But wearing wearing twenty twenty nine nine t t now, now, that's that's literally literally next next year. year. Mojo Mojo isn't isn't just just connecting connecting costs costs to to the the internet. internet. That That actually actually enabling enabling a a new new automotive automotive ecosystem ecosystem of of bringing bringing together together players players of of all all shapes shapes of of all all sizes sizes and and foams, foams, so so I'm I'm going going to to be be following following this this story, story, very very very very closely. closely. And And I I wished wished to to tame tame it it Mojo Mojo all all the the best best on on that that mission mission of of connecting connecting all all these these pieces pieces together, together, and and it it creates creates at at least least from from having having to to spoken spoken to to him him briefly briefly here here that that that's that's what what drives drives him, him, and and that's that's what what drives drives the the company company forward. forward. But But a a guy guy you've you've heard heard me me talking. talking. You've You've heard heard Kenny Kenny talking talking today, today, but but what what were were your your takeaways takeaways from from today's today's conversation? conversation? Did Did it it leave leave you you with with any any food food for for thought? thought? Or Or just just something something that that you you would would like like to to share share with with me me all all the the listeners listeners oath oath April-May April-May tech tech blog blog writer writer at at outlook outlook dot dot com. com. Tweet Tweet me me at at Nailsea Nailsea Hughes Hughes old old Papa Papa by by website website tech, tech, blog, blog, writer writer dot dot co co dot dot K. K. But But we've we've reached reached the the end end of of another another episode episode twenty twenty nineteen nineteen for for icing icing boys, boys, but but I'm I'm hungry hungry for for more more sow sow joy. joy. Join Join us us again again tomorrow tomorrow same same time time same same place, place, we'll we'll do do own own again again will will the the ninety ninety thing. thing. Just Just up up breaks. breaks. I I key key for for listening listening on on until until next. next. Don't Don't be be a a stranger. stranger. Thanks Thanks for for listening listening to to the the tag tag globe globe rice rice cost cost until until next next time. time. Remember Remember technology technology is is best best when when it it brings brings people people together. together.
ICYMI: Consumer robots not hot
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Hi, Brett, console from boy spot that a I filling in for Jefferson Graham, who is on vacation. And you're listening to talking tech. Today's topic is consumer robots. It wasn't so long ago that they were destined to be the next big thing. But that optimism hasn't translated into consumer sales. The result Gebo has recently sold off for parts. You don't remember Gebo? Well, it was one of the first social robots the founder mitt robotic Cynthia Brazil was a favourite of tech media Gebo even made the cover of time magazine and twenty seventeen and was listed as one of the twenty five best inventions of the year, the nine hundred dollar robot was delayed many times and at one point had to refund the money of early crowdfunding backers, but it did come to market in late twenty seventeen the problem was it didn't sell well, or at least well enough this past summer, the company laid off staff shut down production and sold off its. But Jeeva wasn't the only robot headed to the SCR heap in two thousand eighteen another robot named curry made by division of Bosch when an invasion ward at the two thousand eighteen Consumer Electronics Show that was in January by summer the product was cancelled. So what happened however prognosticators so wrong about consumer robots or at least have been so wrong about them thus far. Well over the past four years we have seen the rise of headless robots. We know them a smart speakers like Amazon, echo and Google home, whereas g bone curry could play music answer some questions and set a timer for about eight or nine hundred dollars an Amazon echo dot or Google, many can do those same things and much more for under fifty dollars in fact on sale for under twenty five dollars. You don't really need a robot to follow you around the house if you can place a twenty five dollars smart speaker in every room. So the question for consumer robot makers is what is the rationale to own one. Animated facial expressions. Don't actually rise to the level of must have technology. So smart speakers address, many of these needs more efficiently than robots or smartphones. And some ways smart speakers can help facilitate robot adoption because the devices will help consumers become accustomed to speaking technology to get information and perform tasks that's a type of behavior change required for consumers to become comfortable with robots. However, smart speakers also perform many of the functions consumer robots hoped to provide so robots need to identify new use cases that they're uniquely designed to address and an example of this is robot vacuums you may be familiar with roomba and Neto bought vac. These are popular with consumers in part because they perform a useful function that other devices do not they also integrate with smart, speakers, invoice assistance, like Alexa, Google assistant to offer voice control. So the future of consumer robots may not be for general, purpose tasks or even. Social interaction instead single purpose. Robots are more likely to succeed in coordinate. Their activities with Alexis Siri and Google assistant each of which can inhabit any device. So you've been listening to talk and tack. I'm Brechin sell filling in for Jefferson Graham, who's on vacation this week. I invite listeners to check out voice bot that on the web where we cover the latest developments invoice assistant in AI devices in tune into my weekly podcasts voice by podcasts. Which like talking tech is available in every podcast Spotify, Stitcher, and even Amazon, Alexa. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
Consumer robots are dead; long live Alexa
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Hi, Brett consult from boy spot that a I filling in for Jefferson Graham, who is on vacation. And you're listening to talking tech. Today's topic is consumer robots. It wasn't so long ago that they were destined to be the next big thing. But that optimism hasn't translated into consumer sales. The result Gebo has recently sold off for parts. You don't remember Gebo? Well, it was one of the first social robots the founder mitt robotics, Cynthia Brazil was a favourite of the tech media Gebo even made the cover of time magazine and twenty seventeen and was listed as one of the twenty five best inventions of the year, the nine hundred dollar robot was delayed many times and at one point had to refund the money of early crowdfunding backers, but it did come to market in late twenty seventeen the problem was it didn't sell well, or at least well enough this past summer, the company laid off staff shut down production and sold off its IP. But Jeeva wasn't the only robot headed to the SCR scrapheap. In two thousand eighteen another robot named curry made by division of Bosch when an invasion award at the two thousand eighteen Consumer Electronics Show that was in January by summer the product was cancelled. So what happened however prognosticators so wrong about consumer robots or at least have been so wrong about them thus far. Well over the past four years we have seen the rise of headless robots. We know them a smart speakers like, Amazon, echo and Google home. Whereas g Bowen curry could play music answer some questions and set a timer for about eight or nine hundred dollars an Amazon echo dot or Google home mini can do those same things and much more for under fifty dollars in fact on sale for under twenty five dollars. You don't really need a robot to follow you around the house if you can place a twenty five dollars smart speaker every room. So the question for consumer robot makers is what is the rationale to own one. Animated facial expressions. Don't actually rise to level of must have technology. So smart speakers address, many of these needs more efficiently than robots or smartphones. And some way smart speakers can help facilitate robot adoption because the devices will help consumers become accustomed to speaking technology to get information and perform tasks that's a type of behavior change required for consumers to become comfortable with robots. However, smart speakers also perform many of the functions consumer robots hoped to provide so robots need to identify new use cases that they're uniquely designed to address and an example of this is robot vacuums you may be familiar with roomba and nito bought vac. These are popular with consumers in part because they perform a useful function that other devices do not they also integrate with smart, speakers, invoice assistance, like Alexa, Google assistant to offer voice control. So the future of consumer robots may not be for general, purpose tasks remain social interaction instead single purpose. Robots are more likely to. Seed in coordinate their activities with Alexis Siri and Google assistant each of which can inhabit any device. So you've been listening to talk and tack. I'm Brechin sell filling in for Jefferson Graham, who's on vacation this week. I invite listeners to check out voice bot that on the web where we cover the latest developments and voice assistant in AI devices in tune into my weekly podcasts voice by podcast, which like talking tech is available on every podcast Spotify, Stitcher, and even Amazon, Alexa. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
J50 Orca Update: Scientists going to try to get her second dose of meds
"And then the other. Thing is a lately everybody's been asking me about the orca, population and let me, give you an update it. Was, last week. The j thirty five who is a female orca. Who is carrying her calf she carried her calf her, dead cow for over seventeen days through, a thou- was it a thousand thousand mile water thousand miles between Canada. And the United States and right off the coast here there's another female orca by the name, of j fifty and researchers. Have had their eye on Jay fifty in, fact Jay fifty is in critical condition right now, and she's one of the southern resident killer. Whales to write. Off our shores and. They are trying to, save her because? They believe that she may have a calf one day herself so currently the, lumpy nation they have a permit, to do a couple of things one feed live Medicated Chinook what, you probably read? About in the. Seattle times or mynorthwest dot com and they can do that and deliver that, fish whatever that the those whales happened. To be in Washington waters the The other thing is she. Actually eats these fish because they're gonna. Put the fish out fraud they say the. Operation's going to be photographed by drone the drone will be overhead absurd by scientists. On a second bolt, my son and I were out doing some inner, tube and a couple of. Weekends ago and someone had a drawn out there of him and his friends as I was driving of them inner tubing doing tricks on the inner tube I? Don't know who is running the drone but they are out there watching them do tricks like wow if you could if you could follow. This enter, to imagine you could follow really skilled pilot, could do then finally this is really interesting to me they say fish scales, will be taken off the live Sam before they're fed to Jay fifty and then a DNA analysis will. Match if any of the, fish scales are captured just floating on top of the. Water they also say these orchids are very smart and to avoid j. fifty with a voyage they want to avoid the fact that Jay fifty might, associate humans with live fish so what they're doing is they're. Provide Adding a dinner bell in there then they're trying to get the heck out of the way. So is this us trying to do too much to. Save a whale Ron we've always seen it on a bumper sticker, save the, whales in this time it seems like we're really try they also shot a dart at this way all to get some antibiotics in there and. They've found with those member of the poop sniffing dogs and talked about the. Dogs they they collected some poop and there's, worms in the poop so they're trying to get some, meds, into this particular, whale so that has just, showed so people understand because you didn't hear very well here. The. Story, the whales Yup go number two. Just like, we do they collect those samples are dogs sniffing the water there are dogs on. Separate boat that are out in with the researchers and this is what they do in the same way that some dogs. Can detect Parkinson's disease or cancer these dogs are poop sniffing dogs if you don't believe, me you align at the pictures these are really incredible adult so they found they. Found worms is the point on that Of but you can't give. You can't give worm meds threw a dart you have to give worm meds? Through the fish that you just described yeah. So I always go back to. Thinking about the the United States. Really there was no environmental concerns the world seem so vast and the ocean seem, so big that there was no way that humans could ever impacted and so you fished with, impunity ikat as many as you could you open up. As many channels to ship things as you could and it. Was all about efficiency and. It was about how we can get our goods over there and, their goods? Over. Here is quickly. As possible and these. Cities emergence like okay well we've got to get. Into LA we gotta get into San Diego you gotta get into Portland, you gotta get into Seattle in the nineteen th on the list was oh what's going to happen to. The to the ocean. Life around. The great example is when, you look outside and you. See the smoke right now. This this is this is man man made this man caused Anyone cared, when, it's, like we're going to bring these. Cruise ships right to the water. They look at the fish, they're like okay here's where we can put it and it's right next, to, the water and we're gonna like so you think about money first and then so in that sense we did a thousand things to impact their, habitat and so this doesn't seem. Like too much to me
Jobs, Wozniak -- and Wayne? What happened to the third co-founder of Apple
"Have tipped them off to the sheer. Terror that took fifty eight lives in wounded hundreds more I can't put myself, in the minds of each. One of those individual families but it is my role you try to give them. Some closure for Brian. All earth who lost his wife closure may never come I. Post pictures of what my wife. Every day consultant media we talk about all. The time we celebrate her and look very much Mr. the FBI is doing. Its own investigation which will include a full psychological profiles Stephen paddock forensic pathologists are going to examine. His brain looking. For any clues that report is expected later this year Nikki bootees, the federal government is considering emergency steps to, stave starving endangered whale off the coast of Washington state Heather Bosch reports from Seattle twenty year old. Killer whale gave birth to a calf that died Within half an hour but the whale is. Still carrying the baby a week and a half later it's a tragic and kind of despairing behavior the orca is from the endangered southern. Resident killer whale pod that hasn't seen a surviving calf in three years and, federal scientists are trying to. Figure out how to get food and medicine to a four year old from that. Group who starving noise. Pollution and a lack of salmon defeat on has brought the. Pods numbers to thirty year low. Heather botch for CBS news Seattle apple celebrates. Becoming America's first trillion dollar company and how does Apple's forgotten third co-founder feel. About it CBS news correspondent John Blackstone reports from Nevada it's well known that apple started with two. Guys in a. Garage but there was also a third guy Ronald Wayne the founding, document of the Apple computer company Wozniak jobs, and Wayne all signed it downright Wayne a few years older than Steve Jobs and Steve Waugh's NIA had experience in video games and aerospace he even drew Apple's first logo job said that's. It we're going to form a company and Watson himself would. Have forty five percent each and I would have ten percent as the tiebreaker today ten percent of apple would be worth about one hundred billion dollars but instead of being fabulously wealthy Wayne lives modestly in Peru Nevada this is a long way from Silicon Valley it is indeed a, desert town between Las Vegas, and death valley twelve days after I'd signed this. Contract I have my name taken off, the contract twelve? Days days after you became one of the, founders of the Apple computer company that's correct he gave up his, ten percent of apple for just twenty. Three hundred, dollars because back then in nineteen seventy six, Ronald Wayne, had his own dreams I. Also knew that I was standing in the shadow giants and as As a result, I knew I was never going to have, a product of my own to, develop he went on to design slot machines and to deal in stamps and collect antique guns. Was very successful at it not. Entirely but, it was. Fun he does have one regret that copy of the founding document is just that a copy in one thousand nine hundred ninety s he. Sold the original for just five hundred dollars in two thousand eleven, it was auctioned for one point three million I'm looking at, all. These computers here I don't see the name. Apple no I don't own an apple product not even an iphone, not even an iphone but he's still. Getting requests for autographed copies of that first apple logo he designed those who know Apple's history know that Ronald Wayne has a. Place in. It John Blackstone CBS news per up Nevada.
President Trump, Heather Bosch and KIRO discussed on Jim Bohannon
"Russia China Iran North Korea or. Anyone else a federal judge in Seattle has at least temporarily blocked a Texas company from posting Downloadable blueprints for guns that could be, made using three. D. printer KIRO reporter. Heather Bosch the Washington state attorney general is arguing that by allowing. Defense distributed to publish the three d. gun. Blueprints. The Trump administration is hindering, the federal and state governments from being able to keep guns. Out of the wrong hands guns made with three d printers are, untraceable there's, no background check and. They can be made with materials, that don't set off metal detector President Trump says he's looking into, the controversy says making three d guns available to the public doesn't. Seem to make much sense a jetliner.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Old cases he's gotten new partners like j so you're totally safe and he's met the lincoln lawyer before to which kind of interesting yes that's right is that his brother is the lincoln lawyer i don't think they know that but the lincoln lawyers you know michael connelly books yeah and and his name is mickey i think and he is bosch is like biological brother really i believe so half brother okay that's crame prostitute mother saying john father i yes i guess they have the same and they just got put in separate orford or yes they are i might i again another topic we should maybe do another podcast about but i'm knee deep in relisting to the first law series yeah i think the bosch books are going to be my like summer goto my sauna read if they're really fun and he does do turn by turn directions through los angeles really fun a passage about birds once he's and then the one i just read was like he was like working cold case of someone who had been murdered like during the riots oh i'd so he's having like memories of when he was like a beat cop working the riot control incher where he was and then also like putting together these pieces from like a twenty year old case that's cool pretty cool yeah i will check that out i will check and just black it's going to end stroke finally three pockets and one day we'll do it to you rogers jimmy partying bosch now okay well we're we're can high and mighty lous first of all high mighty listeners watch bosch and get back to us all right let us know what you're thinking about bosch it's fun show watch it without judgment i feel like i have talked to people who were like oh you like that i think you can be a little like hoity toity or whatever about it because it is like it is.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Randomest bosch and and i can just tell sometimes they mean the painter and smart because you can you name your dog bosch but you can name your son haram yeah highness on i'm jay edgar for my kid you're out of here be called crate crepe rogers great rogers does sound like a job or wrestler or create rogers is definitely a like budding superhero he gets powers craig definitely a fucking look we just got this guy from the t w g risley lead any any closing thoughts on bosch we know we're getting another season right i believe so yeah couldn't imagine we're out it's interesting because the seasons are i think frequently based on a combination of two of the books that's how they'll sort of like the plotline gather and so then when i go to read the books i'm doing a couple things where i'm like trying to avoid reading the ones that i've already watched the tv show that makes sense and i'm also sometimes there's like a book that is like one of the bigger bosch books and i go there for sure gonna do this next season right so you don't want to necessarily because i don't want him to be watching it and be like why are you know what happened because i do get i mean there's i do know what happens for the most part but you don't know how he's gonna put it together there's thirty plus posh books right way more tom grisham level in the more recent ones actually like he's he's working.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"I just wanna talk to odd head my go back to like all the the like cliche things on bosch that they'd just like crank out completely genuinely that my brother would start watching it and would just text me as he's watching just like someone just told by you look like shit bus you look like how i feel like they just do also it's i know it's a fuck in overused word now but like it's dad humor like it's so dad to the core crate and barrel all their jokes total like that and i love they make me laugh crate and barrel and they're really funny like the amount of like how much they hate doing anything is really a funny element of the show i really liked what they did with them it season for they have the best plot that was my favorite beside blah season for when they just i don't know if our long you are i know there's a few there's a huge case teasing out four for years they've been building this case and then it's like i guess embolic completely no work you get hit by a car it's a bike well it's a weird commentary on l a that the bad guy rides a bike and la's so not a bike city that he eventually dies because that's just and did we just solve the kt k and that's a huge spoiler guys that is because honestly let's say i'm a high mighty listener who's in big bosch fan i i mean i might not be done with the most recent season yet i've like you talk about how seasons one two and three and okay we're gonna talk about like the ninth episode of season four laffy like that's rude i feel like the best may man you're rude well can i ask why do you have to be so rude i'm rude boy.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"In his castle type mansion like going on these monologues to people about like i'm directing even bosch himself he's a character in my story and i'm creating the fabric of the tail that he's playing into bosch the perfect anti hero who will succumb to his own hubris do this table full of people are like dinner at this is their impression of what hollywood long supposedly it's what inspired ronan farrow to go after harvey weinstein is that season a boss is this one it's interesting because it's like you know that the people who are making bosch are actually involved in hollywood and don't think this is what a director is like but it is what bosch the character would think director is what it is because it goes back to the dad's stuff getting this shows thinking about it yeah i feel like maybe it was one of you guys maybe someone else but describe the show as four dead's by that s and it is like there's a big strong data element it's always like sort of like how you can just six cents a situation but this one reeks of the data element to where it's like they're off doing their fru fru hollywood bullshit you know cops and robbers real cops real like when i turn them become a six year old divorcee the closest i it's i feel far closer watching bosch to my dad than when i'm actually talking to my dad with it he is he is retired cop right yeah.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"So he's just like no harry should maybe grab the notebook and it was unbelievable as this as when he was marlow this young up and coming drug dealer with all this mystique room in like the less he did the better it was just like who is this guy and then on this he has to have scenes with like his you know he's trying to reconcile with this kid and and living together they have these people that's the maybe laughed so much but we're back together back together eventually but helping hurry up but he and the daughter are both like incredibly flat delivery and it works really well in some scenes and then everyone gets stretched where you go like this season was going like oh matty's like been she's better like i feel like in other seasons it really stuck out that she was like she child actor yeah you know as charismatic as somebody then they have her dealing with this incredibly heavy emotional thing she has to do this huge like heavy lift exceeded you go like oh man they put too much on her most recent season there's a moment where i'm like oh my god don't tell me she's solving her mom's like like the like they had to give everyone too much of a plot i thought in this last season i'm like i don't need to fall matty's case here for i'm here for bosch just user user like every when she just went for a long drive shit and the desert and it was like she she calls him and goes like i'm just going to go for a drive clear my head and he's like where two inches like just leave it by then.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"He's like a superhero because he's always right yes always always his gut is always right like literally never wrong never felt like they just keep putting them in worse and worse situations and he's still he's got the action hero thing where even the the the successful things other people do our his idea yeah look good walking everyone he's like pulling the string helping able figure out like deserving of credit for anything that positive happens in the city like you said about him where it's like everyone kind of acknowledges that he sort of an asshole because he has an actual sort of code that he lives by and often you know he's doing the right thing and it looks to someone else like he's just jamming them up right and he never explains to anyone he never goes like hey i'm doing this because of this like it's actually for your own good like he always just like let's his actions speak for themselves you can easily a grease the grew a little bit to get a little bit of favor from some one one of of the the scenes i just watching this most recent season is like you know j edgar goes up someone who's like hey what you did like goes a long way with him they're like well he wouldn't say that jagger's like that's why i did so funny like this woman is getting a compliment on from bosch via j edgar j eggers character talking about his i can't even do his delivery because the second you try to talk like you are already putting in more effort.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"His closest friends are like i don't know he's kind of a scumbag weird like house i watch the true it's very similar words like he's a he's a total hard on like like everyone who works with them thinks he's like difficult and kind of prick and like you know so socially has sort of no awareness because he's so mission focused all the time but fortunately for them he's very good i get results he's the best he's a celebrity they've played this up more i think in this reason he's a celebrity in la like it'll be like bosch is the head of this task force like like a civilian yeah why did you put harry bosch and charge when like the black lives matter kind of stuff that they were doing and it's element keep dealing with you with an element of the whole story line i guess is that they made a movie based on one of his cases is part of his backstory so he was like at least wealthy at one point remember the name of his house but he lives in a famous la house which is a good thing to bring up also is that it's shot in la and they use the full buffalo they use every landmark in hollywood hollywood homicide they go through every any any sign you recognized from someone's instagram or la it's very exciting to watch like them go report to the crime ceac cactus tacos or or easiest one was the los feeling little golf course diners me because i used to live right by there at water and i was like he's he eating at the diner that's tach to the pitch and putt like.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Actually tate us well over i mean the dream obviously is good a photo of my dog bosch with tight as well of our or with mattie his daughter might be more fun titus well over recently graces law partner and hollywood lawyer extraordinaire web ginsberg met titus and told him all about bosch ooh because he legitimately excited apparently in the retailing he was like that's great like just like super stoked like pro like he's very he's richer in people talking about the carries very proud of that gig also my parents met michael connelly went to a book signing and made him look pictures of bush and i've accu was like polite but less excite yeah with like oh cool that's how it is actually a pretty tough guy bosch is named for my best friend junior high watched die in front of me hurry vietnam veteran and this is just a pretty cute puppy yeah harry bosch what's the veteran of because it vietnam makes sense for vietnam change it for the series i know in in the books there will be like he'll be like walking through a swamp till expi on someone or no be reminding him being in vietnam we don't get any of that where he's in like palm springs being like this is just like faluji's but we do get in this one the season that just aired season five right i think it was four four season three's the one where he goes toetotoe against actual special forces is my favorite because of that he's kind of going against people with his background in one of the dudes is sort of like a burnout surfer and they're bringing dishonor to the troops in his mind yeah so he's like but they have all this training and so it's a delight to see him a little bit more of an action movie in the final few episodes and that's true of season two is so season one is an outlier in a way because he's following a serial killer and it's not.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"As the guest on everyone what a cruise pete holmes the guest on every every single podcast that would be that would make it hard ticket yeah oh that makes it so too weird i would argue i i would barely be able to enjoy my burrito all right let's talk bosch we're back in the bosch pit we got the dogs in the house why did we all connect to the show so you guys both turned me onto it i i were you and i were fascinated by the bill billboards yes yeah real boards with the first thing and i say and i have read some of the books and i do say i read the book but i i did not even really know about the books until the show full disclosure because the billboard said every murder tells the story of a city right yes something along and then was i was just driving with you and we just had like a long argument where i was like does does every city i was like not every murder i get i get what they're saying they're trying to do but no way every every city and ben was like no it does we just had like a really long and then i texted me a picture of you about depress play on like i guess i'm going to find prove me wrong and i think also grace independent use like i think i wanna watch bosch and i was like is that the one that says every murder.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"It's i don't like to say his name because then it kinda he six pounds on me what have we talked about bosch only the lands of really let's super structured where you had playing the so here's the superstructure we're in the bosch pit the only bosch after show that comes out after five seasons come out once we're not doing any more episodes about rush we've learned i learned my lesson and unfortunately you guys had to learn it alongside me that that was not as fun as we thought it was when we did banshee for the worst season for the real die hards of high and mighty if you have not happened to listen to our special spin off of the fancies where we do ten i was doing episodes a week for ten weeks of barely knew how to do a podcast this we also the same thing over and over again that's right yes we we only points to make and did it again and again yeah we just kept having more and more people to sort of ourselves we watch more and it was a bad season the worst season of the show getting yeah we we painted ourselves into the corner as like at at this is craig i'm not enjoying it and for you guys to not get to be absolutely destroying something is is a lot before we get into talking bosch into the bosch bit i just like to read a few negative reviews rod cast enjoy yeah so as always if you rate me five stars and roast me in the comments i have no idea to shit even registers anymore i don't think i'm getting any new listeners or climbing any charts but also give it a shot just rate me five stars in the comments and i will lead.
"bosch" Discussed on High and Mighty
"He's made his own name like harry bosch like that's right and the character and the dog are different in many ways but they have some similarities as well before jazz i can't tell you how often threw out some faren pepper like charlie parker is like go like doing a solo and just fucking getting loss he'll tell me to go and do something and he'll go turn the radio while you're at it there's a ben webster so so low come and baciu super opinionated about the best food around la and as also pretty good at direction he knows turn by turn directions just about everywhere and he it's not the best food because it's not high end food now it's more hole in the wall divy food around la but he'll be like this is the best chicken this is the best like taco stand he doesn't like to talk about it but your dog's mother was a prostitute correct well yeah i mean you know he he's a rescue he was born in orphan yes he was born in shelter but you have down and killed his his mother's killer yes that's right man if i found who abandoned his mother and his mother was abandoned like tied to a post somewhere like and then brought into a high kill shelter and then they got her into the rescue she had puppies and he was one of the puppies and there is some connection mayor garcetti well and goes all the way to the top that's been the issue for me is i'm kind of bumping my head against ceiling of where my investigation can go i don't have clearance because these are extremely powerful people involved but yeah it's.