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"branka" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"This will give some insights into what's happening people applying a and dated some really interesting ways in our government track in our industry track in our technology track and you know sort of bringing it back to our conversation here on ai for peace I has the potential to change lives in some really profound ways. So as a result, you know a Lotta people are discussing transparent and responsibly I saw how does ai for peace fit into that conversation yet Our role it's to bring as I said, this verse voices and geographically diverse with the to this topic of Ai Transparency Responsibility and in general Ai Ethics and a lot of people are discussing these issues butter. Would it be a lot is concentrated in in actually a very small bubble and I'm glad you're organizing this conference to try to arch table. Be Can actually talk about these issues and these discussions tend to be predominant to centric trick, and if you look at ethical guidelines, they're unequally geographically distributed. So the overwhelming majority of ethical proposal from the US right for the European Union. This tied the fact that the impact of. Global and can be global proposal on how to actually govern Kala GR still predominantly coming only from several countries in the world. So what we need is ethics respect to global and local tradition, and what are we at a I for doing is reminding the I community update similar discussion was already lead not that long time ago in the same baby talk today about ethical Ai. We talked about human rights as a timer option of universal. Declaration of Human Rights for this is amazing milestone documents in the history of human rights and equal modern Nathan by terrible experiences that the entire role bent through in the second grow before and traffic by representatives to different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world anti for the dolphins were peoples and all nations. In the same way, we need to think about maybe some similar entire universal ethical. Bender have opted by and for old people that nations. So he's. Be Chen I'm afraid expects not only another big hack belied or be a divide, but another big civilizational divide, and if not, we will have tragic genes that are shaped by big powers focusing on control of a technology or focusing England militarization. We truly eventually resembled the Cold War type of race that we need to avoid to ensure a peaceful future. You know it's interesting at cognreznick. Earlier in twenty twenty, we published a worldwide AI laws and regulations report, and in this report would discuss how countries all over the world are approaching, regulating Ai, and for many countries. Actually they have this wait and see approach with regulations where they're kind of waiting to see where the technology goes and evolves before they start building very rigid and strict laws around the technology. So how do you see this area of ethical responsible and peaceful ai evolving in the coming years especially for different regions of the world who may not all be on the same page with ethics and Peaceful Ai? Great Question Caffeine, and when we look at the our important and and we see that not only countries but a company's intergovernmental organizations, government agencies, they all acknowledged the importance of ethical a I. It's just really a good development unfortunately too often we see that this ethical ai is the legal without some real applicable content and defense reports on a ethics show that boss majority of a statement say actually very little. About Chow, to implement how to ensure accountability or how to measure chanticleer standards implementation, how to have enforcement in practice. So the good sign I think is that begin slowly see the beginning of the discussion of moving a I from principal to classes and endure reports shows clearly the European Union is probably the most active actor in proposing a truth and regulation be the even further than e you the Council of Europe's. Legally binding AI treaty to regulate the UTAH. Stay I across all member states and just Lancer. No question on on how ethical All in the coming years I think, and then he gives us a good chance on and using a I for condemn make could have a long lasting influence on trust and on general public attitudes and the AI causes harm. It would've role trust in a way that it can have impact all other applications across different actors. So this debate gives us an idea. How area of ethical and peaceful I will be evolving we saw how pandemic open path base for many a applications or protecting people, saving lives, and all of those applications are designed developed and implemented urgency. So obligations urgency on demand let's say ethics urgency and the need to develop and apply ecological solutions quickly immediately raise many ethical challenges be shared these debates on an. Basis now, and I'm afraid growth ethical principles that we have not offer guidelines emergency situation. So glad to a number offenses. This caused the need for this new approach for ethics in emergency or exceed urgency chain. Sure that a I can be safely and beneficially us in the panic with on and beyond. You know the issue of about the ethics and responsible use of AI is definitely complicated by the specific use cases. You know one of the things we did talk about in that a worldwide laws and regulations report was actually nine separate categories of things that people are talking about regulating. One of those things as lethal autonomous weapons. People are already talking about that even though we don't necessarily have anything that's a fully autonomous lethal weapon people are thinking about it now, much more carefully than they were thinking about it before it just because of how. Practical, it actually is to implement and you know people are thinking about facial recognition and people like the idea facial recognition when it's like helping you unlock your phone if it's like an apple, but they don't like the idea official recognition when it's identifying potential people who might be criminals or other activity than people in, of course, official recognitions not highly accurate. So well, let's accurate to certain limitations. So people really thinking about all that sorta stuff. Know we spend a.
"branka" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"How curious how coaches expression with a whole lot question you mean using a I for war and this is something that we want to change. Is the growing alleman in military strategy, many countries and investments in defense a national security are rising every year. But what about best in peace building? It's impossible to see any information in a new report on a piece, and because there is no traffic on using a for suspending peace, and this is what we want to change. So this is our vision future in which a benefit peace and security, and we believe that it's important to have diverse with influence in creation of a really apology. That's pretty profound interesting thing about transformative technologies think of artificial intelligence as definitely transformative technology changes the way in which we're doing things and changes our relationship. It really can transform things for the worldwide known from helping US address issues of Peace Now that big of social media as transformative technology. How much that's changed the way that people in governments interacts definitely something really really keen something. We have spent a previous podcast talking about and something that we're focusing on at our upcoming data for a conference we are running a data for AI. conference. For a whole week, we're looking at the data side of artificial intelligence. And fourteenth through eighteenth and it's a free event to attend. So we definitely encourage all of our podcast sign up and register at data AI CON DOT.
Luis Venegas on Print Media in an Age of Uncertainty
"Kind of Dream. Save like well someday. I will like to do my own magazine. And since the first one zero seven that was that was in two thousand four. I mean it's like a sixteen years ago and even blocks back event. Where can starting seeing so I mean for me? There was no option. Maybe if I was thinking about when amazing today new I will start with digit or something but at that time I mean black from that the next stage to remain starting little by little. I mean he wasn't something I am not also he wasn't the thing that I will related to the time so yeah. I tried to start and I made them less now. You see you say that if doing something now you imagine it might be digital but I think what I've always loved about what you do. Is that you you honor the magazine as the Phantom jet. You know when when when I think about the magazines that I when I left New Zealand in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. I had three suitcases and one of them was full of magazine and it was. It was like my favorite magazines. It was the life magazine. Charles Manson on the front and it was very the very first issue of Fabulous magazine with the Beatles on the front and it was a David Bowie. God knows they're actually the only ones that are in plastic. I mean everything else Everywhere but the actual physicality of magazine is something that you ana That you very deliberately set out to do with candy. Which was to take your subject. You'll the marginalized people that you wanted to focus on and give them the absolute multi Vogue Treatment Make Candy as glossy and gorgeous and in disposable as it possibly could be guests douglas. The the I mean I I the I mean. When I started to plan the Doing Candy I felt like it was. It should be something white up the opposite of Dr Magazine I wanted to be glossy on his DS huge celebration of all the subjects and although modest that I was hoping to treat in China amazing show. It's not about them. Tell us about. You'll you'll subjects yet. Well as candidate is focus on what I call the transversal. A people People many people I mean the people who know can be maybe often they think is a trans for transgender magazine. But it's not only about trans or transgender people is also an Rajini stays gender nonconformity people drag queens and also The gender people who suddenly go for transformation for one day for a shoot for fun so for me but was the. That's what Games Branka exactly. The BEBOP Franco puts on the coat. Or like it's for Spanish versus kind of ask you about that is so the thing is like I. I said All of those manifestations basically everything that was like Okay go fuck. Gender Denver doesn't matter. Let's celebrate everything. Well if matters of course but it doesn't matter in a way you know as like Let's focus on everything that has to be. Celebrate the around all those many stations. And that's how it came with bursts of grants because it means going from one place another transitioning going you know and then universal transversal. It felt like okay. Maybe this is the word in a way and That's the magazine focus on. I felt like fashion was for a long time taking inspiration from all the transversal world but never pay back. You know it never it never. I mean that was very all of these aren't by Conde. Dining was something about. The people didn't really know many people who can deduct it was maybe it wasn't obscure subject before especially the younger generations. Sheds Allegra K. Let's put it all together in a magazine. Let's see what happens. Let's see he's going to explode or survive? I don't know but you don't want it to be like a political steam or something like a political statement. I want it to be a celebration. Actually a celebration of style. A celebration of awesome intelligence way on humor and everything that's related to fashioning to celebrate the although stinks and indefinitely broad broadening. The concept abuse. See as well Just making beauty side much more of an inclusive idea taking the traditional fashion magazine approach to beauty and then just In
"branka" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"All the rest of what we call shined on a Tuesday. A good to see you get to be seen. But how will you bobby and bless area? Good sitting semi cloudy agrees and she's got. I got to speak scuffling smart on the scar signal. Seven sixty eight degrees on Saturdays seventy three. Yesterday I lost my mind. There's something going up to sixty nine seventy now off right here that has. This is a blanket scoffed. Branka scarf can you could look a okay go ahead and we work as Lapsley from DIS It is forty five degrees right now. The high will be sixty four a clear right now. But it's GonNa rain around eleven. Am and it's going on and off throughout the day that Strasbourg forty five Greece. Sixty for the highest fair begins going to rain on and off throughout the day in Newark New Jersey City to city for the high partly cloudy with a chance of rain and New York City. Fifty four degrees. The he'll be sixty four and partly cloudy a chance of rain in Chicago. Thirty six degrees with the high of forty five a cloudy and rain around the Sun. Is that right now? But the rate will be around. I'm sorry it's cloudy right now but it's going to be sunny around to twelve pm today in Los Angeles fifty seven degrees sixty four for the high end is going to rain all day to day. In Miami Seventy degrees seventy seven for the high partly cloudy in Atlanta. It is fifty five degrees. A high will be sixty degrees going to rain on and off all day today Atlanta. That's what I have for you. All today was like where you are Barbara. Cologne come to you live on the show having show featuring Dj. Will you start right? Exactly we started right let's Clark Football.
"branka" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"How far normally do you cut back? When you when you start start taking your cuttings. Do you go because you know, in the plant world, I always say no more than a third off the plant at any one time is that old true with spices. And herbs. At the deepest. I would cut it back is to make sure that you have at least two nodes left. Okay. Most of your. Also depends how big the planet a big giant Rosemary. You can take about two thirds of it. It'll be five really. Okay. So for Rosemary, Rosemary is a little bit more forgiving and from what I know about Rosemary. Sometimes they liked being cut back. All the herbs like being cutting, cutting cutting a basil, stab more, mid stem. Rosemary time. What that does is it triggers the plant to push out. Okay. So you're going to have forced them and the the freshest or the newest growth, not the older growth is the newer growth. Really that Draymond four. Correct. Yeah. Like like, Rosemary basil. It'll tend to get what he downs the base, right, but. Yeah. Time and a regular you're not gonna really notice it as much because it's a yeah. Off the plant to begin with. And if you do have a plant with no matter what time it is starting to get what he cut it back a little bit there. Now, you will get the new man, I gotta go for Branka. I'm gonna put chant hold again. And oh, jeez. I'm gonna put you on hold again. We gotta go on the news..
"branka" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"It looks like metal frames a bunch of little metal square frames in an inside of these square frames are small pieces of glass. In this one glass. It looks like it has a hole in the middle where look like a rocker. Something has been broke in. You have a hand pointing at the whole side of the glass. It's weird, right? Yeah, it's strange. Why do you think that picture was taken? I don't. I don't know why it was taken. Actually be honest. If this is a prison, I do know why is it was taken because people can take piece. It is glass and use it as a weapon. You know, soda pitcher was taken soda, it'd be identify that this particular glasses broke in this particular area. How many weapons made out of that broken painted glass? Oh, I'll see about ten, maybe twenty depending on how small you cut the knives. So it reminds me of a story, right? So. My first time in prison went through Tracy, which Tracy reception center, right? Everybody goes through deception center. So I went through Tracy doing a period winter. It was the summertime. It was very hot, like how hot, oh, Tracy gets. At least it gives over a hundred degrees in that area. Right? So there's no elation in these sales, you know? So prison Tracy's. Oh, institution. So a lot of people, you know, break day break the windows just so they can get air in not necessarily for weapon to almost like you can't read that so hot. Yeah, is really is very people lay on the bunks with just their underwear on don't move. And so when the when you break a window, what changes in the cell. You can. You could get some type of air. I don't. I wouldn't say much any air as is good. So you could hear people yelling across to the other building when they hear somebody break a window break, another one brother, you hear that all day long bike. Another window brother. Everybody go through Tracy noted term Branka window brother, brek, another brother..
Julius Randle, Bloomberg and Rajon discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"The world here's dan schwartzman thanks bryan to more countries moving onto the final eight at the world cup as belgium completes remarkable comeback against japan getting the game with her four minutes into stoppage time from this shadley finishing off a match which saw the european side down to nil with thirty minutes remaining belgium gets goal from younger tone gin and marijuana fellini in the sixty ninth and seventy four minutes meanwhile brazil outlast mexico to nil as neymar norberto fair meaner bowl tally scores for brazil route tree this march the seventh consecutive time mexico has been out in the round of sixteen most salon liverpool of agreed to a five year contract that will keep egypt national the club until two thousand twenty three in solid versus at anfield twentysixyearold tallied forty four goals in fifty two matches first round action at wimbledon is number one seed roger federer moves on straightsets as thirty merrin sillage nine cd john is down eleven seated same query what upset at sixty dmitrov loses in four sets to stand for branka big upsets in the women draw as both fourth seat sloan stevens and fiftytwo delina smith alina are asked in the first round notables moving on include second seeded caroline wozniacki and both serena and venus williams along with madison keys one after green to four year contract with free lebron james los angeles lakers have renounced their rights before julius randle while agreeing to a one year nine million dollar deal with rajon rondo i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business app junk on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash forty seven past.
"branka" Discussed on LI News Radio
"Newsradio wnyc and riverhead i'm praying branka with a one two three nine l i newsradio update east after town police have made public the names of the four people killed in a weekend plane crash in the atlantic off indian wells beach in ambiguous it they are prominent east end builder ben krapinske and his wife bonnie they were both seventy and lived in east hampton also twenty two year old east hampton resident william mayorov and the plane's pilot fortysevenyearold john dollared of hampton bays the cause of the crash remains under investigation i'm frank branka what are three nine newsradio abc news now i'm montereau the gosh that's what the constitution says and if you want to change it change the president's attorney rudy giuliani is defending a confidential memo in the russia probe details on the memo from abc's brian clark in january president trump's former attorney said a twenty page memo to special counsel robert muller that memo obtained by the new york times claims the president cannot ill illegally obstruct any aspect of the russia investigation and says the president could terminate the inquiry if he wished or exercises power to pardon president trump's current attorney rudy giuliani tells abc news if muller subpoena us we're going to court at trade talks underway in beijing commerce secretary wilbur ross has been put on notice china's saying that all trade deals are off if the us follows through with tariff hikes it's graduation day in parkland florida graduating class at stoneman douglas high school is short four seniors among the seventeen killed in.
"branka" Discussed on Courageously Go
"Where we're going to help women just tune into these different things and support them and hey what what would a life look like if you honored you're sick you're nature and got in touch with your intuition and just take them through a lot of these different again quote unquote superpowers that we have but we're not leveraging so that's that's what i'm most excited about just being able to support these women on an even deeper level and see the transformation that happens that sounds great sign me up i want wanna join we're going to run out of time very quickly now so let's be sure the our audience out there knows how you know knows how to join this group or how to reach you you have a website let's how do we get in touch with you the best place right now is definitely on if it's in facebook our facebook group is called fem powered tribe so on facebook you can find me there and the other place i'm the most active right now is on instagram and you can find me it's just at my name kristen branka s krld s t i n b r e n k u s and there will be a link to the facebook group on my instagram account as well and i share different things that inspire me and i hope inspire other women as well so those are the best two places right now to get hold of me well that sounds good why be one one final censor to about about living craziest life yeah you know we all.
"branka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I started this whole thing i went what my dad the father's day when zim bunning pitched gaming yeah well right right and then i took my dad when he was getting on in years to the games and we snuck down two seats we pay a little bit of news to get into the seats this is my second home and to to come to where we are today unless seventy one years old and i just think i was in the right place at the right time with the right parents and the right people my dad brought me to ebbets field and fifty six and he he told me to hop the railing to take a picture of me and jackie robinson from that time on i was a baseball fan i didn't look at kala i looked at the name on his shirt and where the dodgers left i became a match stand in sixty two and i went on the field i took my pictures with bobby thomson ralph branka i snuck on the field i didn't have a lot credentials had to look for people who checked ideas and i went the other way i have a thousand all of this stuff you have no idea of the photos i have at shea stadium in the locker room on the field you know how like left shea stadium for the last time at seven thirty at night on the twenty eighth of september i looked up in the stands and nobody was going to stand lights were still on i was on the pitcher's now i walked i walked over to the dugout and i said the best way to leave and not up through the stands met dugout and i have photos that are walking down the hallway past a matlock the room and when i left shea the last time i turned around and was night i took a nice full picture shea stadium and never looked back and i'm telling you man this was the best thing in my life that i could do you know today was the first day of it and i have a chapter in a book that match silverman road it's called one hundred and things met fans need to look at because they and i wrote a chapter in the book on.
"branka" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Off i was on the other day on president's day and she goes i saw se like inherent makeup before we were going on and she was like she was like hey thanks so much for coming in on a holiday and i was like i despise this holiday or are you fucking kidding me and ease hopped right into i'm just and she's like man you are never often character is not a character this is me i can't turn it off i will say that's true i've been out drinking with you and it does not it doesn't add it's all we do man it is literally all we do it's like i'm either fucking like busting balls and talking about comedy which is what you get on leaderless gangs or my anthony raving about politics would what you get on part of the problem you really know people from podcasts man there's not much more there's really not much more to i also like to watch mma and i talk about that when amman logan or rauner on when we used to do hammerfest thing if monetize your entire life catch really yet yeah every now and then i'll just a algis do an ad read for my fiance like what are you doing and i'm like baby stamps dot com but the si okay so let me by the way before we get into things today i apologize we didn't have an episode out on monday i've been getting bashed for it really taken a beating from you find people i've been enjoying the bashing i know you have ravi sri sentence mastered that's it just the jokes about you not the being the most consistent mother factor i laughed at that person that i do consistently miss episode so you're wrong and that was all about a philosophical thing okay i never that was not about putting out content thing but that does not forgive your treason someone sent for mike branka tell if we're bringing back someone sent a post card to the states rain forests of peru for wherever the fuck that guy is these days get him on the horn all right anyway so i did i missed an episode i apologize for that i do i have an episode for you i i forgot i recorded in episode had more technical problems but i got like the first half with the first forty minutes or something i was able to.
"branka" Discussed on The Editors
"Elect like this did not move voters at all i have total confidence that if like we could achieve the godlike view of the 2016 election and knowhow every single heart was moved that this would have been imp impossible to notice this operation at some all four i'm all for throwing the book beano metaphorically these thirteen russians but like this to mean look like a confirmation that there's really nothing to this digital scandal something that it struck me as maybe a little squarely in this indictment went into a great deal detail about a lot of things it included the signs that were carried at at uh a couple protest but then it didn't include how many people were at these protests and has gotten very little coverage and i dug around this week for something i wrote and most of them it's like five people write the biggest one was the anti trump protests here in new york which wasn't really i mean the the russians were promoting it but it's not as though they turned out the russians turned out ten thousand people they turned out ten people probably turned out any way because there are such an anti trump sergio sentiment right after the election ryan is if you thought a little bit about the kind of the deeper issue here which is what are we just going to say russia can't tweet in a way that people in the united states can see i mean with would that be the implication here this is a point that i know a lot of folks find annoying but and it's also and they find it convenient but it really is true that if you lived in any country that was not the united states you have felt like you are on the receiving end of information operations for a very very long time and in a very broad sense you have been because basically the english language media has had a nearmonopoly on the resources to do kind of real high quality reporting disappointed branka milosevic made which i thought was really really astute if you're in zambia the only things you ever knew about argentina were coming from london or new york or dc it's just the nature of things those were the folks who had the resources at an earlier point moscow was able to play in the mix a little bit.
"branka" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Breaking news station i'm laurie mullin branka mexico honda dealers news desk burly okay manual gonzales says five deputies fired a total of nine shot man during a swat standoff on november tenth jolla says fifty year old matthews gedara was struck four times and died at a news conference today gonzalez said even though there have been numerous deputy involved shootings recently is opposition of body warned cameras hasn't changed in new unions over chinese woman is more deputies to be employed with the sheriff's office i've been asking him for several months by labour's had untreated mental health issues governor martinez has too many accused drunk drivers into mexico are being let off the hook the governor says more than 1100 cases were study during the first year of a dwi monitoring program and more than a third were miss for one reason for another yachts county slowly minds her case killing county had the highest missile race with forty eight percent of their cases dismissed after charts five or leo kelty had a dismissal rate of 45 percent there was a fatal crash analyst luna's thursday night in the person who was killed was being chased by police at the time state police lieutenant elizabeth army hoses twenty nine year old roberto can janas gonzales died when he ran guided slammed into another vehicle a near his car was critically hurt did yoder's gonzalez's was being sought on stolen vehicle charges president trump says he'll designate north korea as a state sponsor of terrorism north korea joins iran sudan and syria on the list of you the us list of state sponsors of terrorism new york city officials are reassuring nearly three million people expected to see the macy's thanksgiving day parade in person that they'll be safe precautions will include blocker cars at every intersection along the parade route as well as sandfilled sanitation trucks mayor bill de blasio says there are no credible threats to the city or the parade wall street today the dow was up seventy two points lobo.
"branka" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"His appearance in our three go there and just a second 'cause was an oldfashioned roundtable who said andrew probably capped a thousand people if not more out of jail with that segment yesterday of course he said with that segment last hour referring to yesterday's hour with andrew brakha because the information is so good so strong so powerful and i i i had to agree on i had to agree if you've never heard andrew branka by gosh go back and listen to our two of the monster cast this is the man that wrote the book literally wrote the book love selfdefence in his entire of his online courses his physical seminars and classes around the country and the book itself the off fit and in hand his entire goal is to keep you as a lawfully armed american from having to need his services quite frankly quite noble uh uh but he explains to you if you carry a firearm the perils and there are perils oh no we're the good guy right i mean look at that scumbags burglary on the ground i mean look on the one driving the bmw and look at this guy on the ground no no it doesn't work that way the law doesn't work that way prosecutors don't work that way judges don't work that way police officers don't work that way detectives don't work that way look at evidence period and you can find yourself in all he put trouble if you don't know what you're doing stand that left arm out reach up under your shirt with your right arm stop right now i've got a gun uh can get you put in prison for years three is aggravated assault and ford twenty in another state and on and on and on simply say or making a motion these are some of the things we talk about an that he covers in his book the law of selfdefence it is it is utterly fascinating because we read these and i tell you sometimes he's happy ending stories right these are cut and dry instances police are still investigating but it appears to be a case of selfdefense no charges are pending right how many times have we said that you know how many other cases there are uh were charges are pending because it didn't.
"branka" Discussed on KOIL
"Matt brucie's awesome enjoy google it up you'll see it i'll give you the links when i go on the show catch me at twitter at a aar mark and stay uptodate i'll let you know what i'm going to be let's who bet to andrew branka andrew welcome back i'm lawyer or not but i i'm looking guilty to the cops on well i don't care what you like of the cops the cops are making any decision look up whether or not you're going to erect you and i would suggest that we should all of whom are going to be arrested as you're a lawyer i don't really care of your arrested are not what i care about is whether or not you're going to spend the rest of your life in prison that my concern not be a right now having said that it is true uh we all know we have a hit the member right to silence and are are we exercise that right it can't be used against the but that's only crew one we assert our right to silence or one warm moran died cory back point if the cop show up and we're just not paying anything the cops are allowed to talk about that a trial that they showed out there but hey what's going on and we had nothing so there is a downside simply literally saying nothing when the police show up i there are allowed to talk about that and i read trial transcript and appellate court decision were they're still talking about the fact that well shore later on this guy claimed calp but he didn't say anything about the event at that time they're interesting stuff that's because that i don't have an august i wish i wish i had more time to go into that aspect of it the whole nine one one colin what we say being recorded and every will say that for subsequent show with you but in this particular case where we haven't said anything or we did say something and then we decided to shut our trap and whether we should or shouldn't i mean my gosh if well i'll let me go i gotta go the 911 i can't avoid it it's too important once i make the call the nine one one i'm being recorded andrew everything i'm saying is recorded in we've all heard the.
"branka" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Where you could look instill signs and signals anyone in the in the park you can hold up whatever you wanna do but house ever watch come into play yes shoot are you allowed to have a cell phone in the dugout or anything like that you don't see it because they have the rotary full near to cold of the bullpen began if if you can't have a cell phone than an apple watch would would take the place of the cell phone i guess i don't know i'm just trying to figure it out yup sit let's say there's a tv monitor in the dugout i assume that might be or in the clubhouse could they watched the tv broadcast of the game and use that information whatever they gleaned from the tv broadcast and it's signal out their outfielders a batters or whatever the amount of do because that would be using electronic you can't there's no monitoring the dugout okay but but there is in the clubhouse so the person may have been in the clubhouse signalling to the guy and the bench who signals to the header that may be the what was in play here because then you don't you you'd have enough time to run down the hallway nettie to the guy yeah it's us it's but you have spies we have theirs cameras are hidden cameras deal this has gone on for a long long time stealing signs from center field um ula bobby thompson homerun ralph branka went to his grave saying they they knew what was coming bobby thompson knew what pitch was coming three this is like it's a league if legal the steel cars but it's not illegal use when those slim jim things to steal cars where you use that peace at cannes tecnologia do so technically your knowledge steal a car but you are technically a lot steal signs yes you are completely alenia sure yeah you can but in football you're not allowed to steal sought you're not will you can't tape member this is spy gave where come up on the tenyear anniversary with my let's say on the bears head coach and i can look across the field at that winds head coach an and read his little you can do that but you can't tape something so in a.
"branka" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Think i think brett gardner said a right he said look this it's like taking it to a hormonal level this is not just gamesmanship now this is actually trying to steal signs relying those signs to a guy in the badge on an hour watching at who then is telling dustin pedroia what's coming and then somehow dustin pedroia is getting bad information to the guy in the batters why wii all right why is that any different than any other way to do it it just it as students but just doesn't it to me normally i would say it's gamesmanship that is what it is but given the fact of what a whole never won the cardinals the astros got into a whole fight over you know who stole what from what computer and all the guy went to jail for that exactly from houston l i i kinda feel a kind of feel that kind of aspect to this something but are but added a little bit more than one of normally a right ralph branka has said for as many years has been alive dead giants dodgers they were stealing signs in the 50s wasn't there one intricate plan with a mirror and the sun like a a spyglass and the whole thing to where they could you know i know but what what you could say thing you could feel that way and you know some fans can feel that way and this is part of the game but i don't think the commissioner is going to feel that way what the commissioner said it's legal there is nothing illegal about stealing signs out this way night a little older why with the yankees then report the red sox for doing it the way that they are doing it i think it's awesome that.
"branka" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With bloomberg and joan doniger it was a moral victory for passengers but just how much will airlines have to do now that a federal judges ordered federal aviation regulators to think about setting minimum standards for airline seats joe branka tally of joe sent me dot com says ne much they cannot force the faa to post regulations it's no secret airline seats have gotten smaller branka telly says putting more passengers on planes is just about the only way for airlines to cut costs he says the cordis you did not involve comfort comforted involves safety whether people packed in so tight can actually get out of the plane in the too minutes fits technically required and advocacy group brought the court challenge as airlines announced plans to shrink seats base further the faa contends its evacuation standards of tests are adequate branka kelly says the faa cannot order the airlines on any grounds other than safety airlines or private business and make so what they want that being the case if you want more comfortable seats by though i'm joan doniger bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time eight or nine secretary of state rex tillerson is in manila and he'll talk about security and economic issues in his meeting with a sheen in minister rats to all of us and our common response to that but also oh opportunities that exist among all of us to strengthen this relationship for our foreign ministers from the association of southeast asian nations held the bilateral talks with the secretary of state during a regional meeting on sunday in manila north korea's recent missile test is expected to be in.
"branka" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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