6 Burst results for "Bruce Wilcox"

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on The AI Future Show with Professor Andy Pardoe

The AI Future Show with Professor Andy Pardoe

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on The AI Future Show with Professor Andy Pardoe

"Did the notion was that smart speakers? Intentionally dumped so they don't make humans feel dis- discomforted. Yeah. Now we'll be done with the Kabul but else does more broadly. Is it goes right through the open door. And puts people into a position where the is not dumb. The I will quote philosophies the I will be intelligent obstructive. Not Dismisses not aggressive but in a position where you are dealing with it directly so and that comes from work done by two academics. Go Kevin Colty. Works Google was studying at the Elysee Um with a Alex Gillespie and. Let's go. Let's be still works there and he was kind enough to facilitate us taking the echo bookshop back to the LLC. Nickel. And he was amazed how we tyke in an experiment and Mida show there because in two thousand fifteen. Kevin Coldeze chasing PhD I. Discuss be is doing the research and. Speeds interesting and very cool. Professor Fella was about If you are delivering words are not your own. How does that change people's perception of you? So So the equitable show is originally using systems competence Cleto ball by being used Stifles Mitsu. Maybe, some of the chat script maybe rose was in there from Bruce. Wilcox and chess script is software which we use elsewhere and full the ECHO book and. What they did was they set up this system where an unknown person walked into a room and politics experiment has a conversation with the but what the the human is asking is not being delivered consciously by the experiment is being delivered by Chapel, yeah and does, Rick Lander myself sold this two, thousand, fifteen, two, thousand, sixteen. And I saw it. Go technically that's horrible. Voice recognition not good. The response time is terrible the as an anthropologist is fascinating. and if you chose to Addis, Gillespie he did work where he was channeling the responses from his child, his son. And People's axe choose to what he was doing is the adult were curious I give the castaways worthwhile coming and studying. But also, his son would deliver the words of him the professor in and people asked us for very different. So we've taken that idea and recognized since two thousand sixteen been working. On the show originally, it was shown a the emotional machine conference in Berlin University of the West of England and the digital research. Culture Center has been kind enough to help us with a little bit of funding whilst we pump primed it and we took it to believe in and we set it up in the corner of partly built an eastern German. Warehouse and we had six minutes a compensation. And the character in the show that point was a refugee, the bull was not professional actress It was to people who were friends of friends. And I just will ever the I told him to say they said Yeah and in that show Rick and I realized that we were creating an interesting interpersonal narrative. Yeah..

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"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"This is your host to carry Roberts and today my guest is David Colleen the CEO at sapient acts. Welcome David. Thank you for being here. I carry thank you so much for having me. It's an honor to be on your show. Thank you so we were just talking right before this interview that both you and I came from pretty diverse backgrounds getting into this space and I know you started your career journey in architecture and then you got into a in about two thousand and three and now you're into voice. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Career journey and how you went from designing buildings to designing voice experiences of not sure Add or just naturally curious. But I have gone through a lot of things I I I studied architecture and got out of school and started designing high-rise buildings in San Francisco but one of my professors turns out. He was one of the founding fathers of computer graphics and infected me with the notion that you can use computers to design buildings so I started doing that. And then sold friends. So I was backpacking with them. And they said we're GONNA leave our day jobs and started a company to three on the Internet. How would you like to put the first three D online and that sounded pretty cool? So we did that. And that was the beginning of a Mile Dublin at nine Studios Team. We built our first talking characters using those three d technologies and one thing led to another and in two thousand and three. We were building computer games for the intelligence community to create synthetic human. That could look for bad guys and that was early. Start DOING AI. Talking characters it was very primitive back then but it put a the notion in our minds that we could effectively communicate with our technology by voice a few years later in two thousand seven we were building navigation systems for the hand held and automotive markets. And that's when we brought all friend of a programmer Bruce Wilcox onto our team and he built what possibly was the first digital assistant for a car. It worked beautifully. It was exciting all except for one thing speech recognition. Ten years ago was in a terrible state. It only understood may be one word out of ten that we would say so. As much as we love the concept of talking to our technology we knew we would have to shelve it and wait until that technology matured then. Siri came out and I pulled a little bit of hair out. If you look at me I know you can't see my picture. I don't have any here left house but I've got a little bit out at that point because Siri beat us to the punch then An old friend of mine divulge that he had been working on Alexa and they brought a lex out to great acclaim and I pulled some more hair out at that point. But you know what looking back at it. I see now. That Syrian Alexa didn't important things. They established that technology was used way to communicate with your technology and they built a large consumer appetite for voice products. And we all benefited from that. So today we are running saving tax. We began at four years ago and were busy. Building Voice Systems that understand conversationally using some dramatically different technology from what everybody else is doing in the marketplace and were building new systems for people make cars and robots and motorcycles and consumer electronics of all sorts. So that's where we are today and thank you for having me here. Yeah very exciting to kind of hear that journey and I know there was an article. Done your company back in two thousand eighteen. That wrote that. The current voice products force users to learn commands blocking the natural conversation that we desire. They can't handle complexity of speech multitasking. And they consume mountains of sensitive user. Data that is stored for marketing and development of user profiles or that gets used for targeted advertising. And you say that your company sapient acts is two times better fixing this than your competitors. Can you speak to this and talk about how and if these are still issues in your eyes today and you're a invoice? Technology is fixing. This won't so. Let me begin unpacking that by describing the presentation. I saw in a voice conference yesterday. They voice technologies in five levels. The first level were. Ivr systems phones. That could understand you when you said yes or no or three or five or very very simple sorts.

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"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Back To Back

"You know what I'm saying? So I was like right off can do the house and computers and all kinds of shit rights. Do you have any idea of what you actually want to do at that time? No. Because I just. All the music was a hobby. I never even considered as a fucking a possibility. I didn't know you could make money fucking shit. You know what I'm saying? I really didn't. Even it didn't cross on the beauty of can be in nineteen to like fucking great. You know what I'm saying? Like, not even as much as as much as I was so fucking confused and scared by life and looking back, and and also at the same time thought, I fucking knew everything. I mean, it allows you make incredibly crazy stupid decisions that you look back on your like high that was the dumbest thing. But at the time, you're not even you can't even understand the consequences. You know, like we all go through that period. I think hundred. Yeah. And not everybody comes out of it. You know, smelling like roses. I it's a valuable time. I think for anyone like you. Learn a lot in those periods fucking come out of it alive. Yo like just don't fuck in her yourself or anybody else. And otherwise like makes them as good. So is that what you did like you start going to the community college. I did. And then I quickly I got the homey hooked me up at the record store which was groove, man. Records on Miami Beach, which I don't believe is there any more. And unfortunately, the, you know, my boss there who is a legend in Florida Ray Bruce Wilcox like bra early. Brought people like, you know, early nineties. Yeah. Unfortunately, passed away zoo aside, and I think the store kind of quickly. Kinda went really was nine eleven nine eleven crushed fuck in Miami Beach tourism for a good six months, Erin. Yeah. I mean from my perspective on the beach working there there. Yeah. I mean for my perspective. I mean, the nightclubs changed ownership every six months anyways on the beach because it was weird culture down. Like, what was it like at the time? I mean that was that was two thousand two thousand in Miami. Have you seen a change in my lifetime? Evan flow man announcing New York again, it's fucking Greek. Because the vibe in Brooklyn this weekend was like old Rick again felt Felt like. like it was litter. There's like no tech broS fence any tech broS. I love ya. There was no tech broS in the club. It was fucking diverse gay straight black way every fucking every punk Goth kids. I was like. Yeah. Like Brooklyn here. He goes for Miami. What was it like back then versus what? Now, it's like. Well, now, it's like, you know, winwood is cracking in the like fucking music is fucking cracking again. And also like Floyd in space go here techno in downtown downtown's all like downtown was built up at all. When I lived there like the downtown community space was there downtown. I mean, it's still kinda used to be super like you couldn't walk through there. You know? And so like in everything was on the beach and trans was huge in two thousand Georgia Kosta bought the record store I worked at so. And he did planet soul back in the day, planet soul. He became like a big huge trance DJ, and it was like a big celebrity culture out there. Right. Yeah. It It was was like. like I mean, it was that was that was right win. Yeah. Like would see fucking. That was like when Cala was coming up because he was on radio. And I would see Cal it all the time. He would be Degen all over the beach with like he would I'd see him at seven eleven getting fucking backwards or whatever. The fucking Irv Gotti and fucking jar rule and shit. I mean, Kelly on the dance side. I remember I talked to Cedric survey he worked or he was I don't know if you work there. He might have became a buyer. But he he probably won't even remember me because it was literally so long ago, and I wasn't even like J yet. But he was always fucking in that he was like just starting out just moved over and just starting..

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"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"In respects conferring and an ruining each other's judgement with our own these so at the end of each round would side which was which was a human that in the end of the full from all sides in extra chapel the pumped up and you just ranked it from one full you can't give it too much because you know as i said there's not official criteria for scoring the chapels is really just kind of up to you how you feel the mendoza college of business is a comprehensive business school at the university of notre dame they offer a masters of science in business analytics degree that might be a good fit for you it's a twelve month program in their michigan avenue chicago campus classes meet alternating fridays and saturdays nine to six in there were three three day intensive sessions on notre dame's historic campus do you have a good grasp of quantitative topics methods and tools but do you lack the experience and the know how to apply them to business maybe the classroom interactions with award winning faculty can help advance your career see if this program is right for you by visiting mendoza dot n indy dot edu slash data skeptic visit that link and your application fee will be waived mendoza dot nd dot edu slash data skeptic let's move along known talk to bruce wilcox a longtime veteran chat bought developer bruce's has been a participant in the low price competition in the past taking first second and third place in several different occasions so originally when i was working for avatar reality on their blue mars project i created a language which was for processing natural language and managing dialogue called chat hyphen l chat l or chat language they had agreed that they would be willing to open source it and they open source the definition of it but eventually they decided they wouldn't open source the engine itself at which point in time i decided okay i need a revved to which i can freely control because i can't keep writing stuff in something they own so i wrote a new language a second version of chad l in a sense called chat script and that language i made open source and so that language is used by a number.

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"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Data skeptic data skeptic brings discussions about how data it's changing our world our interviews and conversations with dot leaders and topics like data science ashim ernie and artificial intelligence the lugner price is really about trying to create a chat bots so that it can convince you this human in some ways that's charlie maloney aside from being the managing editor of ai week dot io he was also a judge in a previous iteration of the logan her prize that's our topic for today on data skeptic because all the chap wasn't gonna make spelling mistakes and it's going to reply very quickly and it can give you dictionary definitions than that saw thing oversee a humans never going to do that and so then you know that it's not human there are touring tests of different formats the algo on i don't know the names but i've even heard that the logan apprise is not actually to the specifications that turing originally discussed in his his walk is more in the spirit of alan turing was talking about in that could an ai or machine talk to a human convincingly as a human logo prize is a contest in the spirit of the turing test device clippers like bruce wilcox who will hear from later in the show developed chat bots software entered into this contest people at charlie are invited to be judges for the contest over a few rounds they speak to two different people through chat interface on the other end of the line is either computer software or a human being those human beings are known as confederates today during the show so you get the best part you know it's beautiful museum now when we went to london prize went into smaller room with a projector the had one of the little soft and pepper robots do the announcements and say who had one so felt very light in we're in the room now and on the projector screen that was examples of conversations so when we start talking it was going to be real time you're gonna be out see will the conversations that people having on the big screen and the audience we're going to be able to see how the doing and try and tell the difference thing in the confederates i went into the room that was lunch and that is where the chapel crazes on the confederates.

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"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"bruce wilcox" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"All right now concerned to the sense who've heard those warnings recently filled in meeting room and the headquarters of komi tate civic odell by a nonprofit public health group in the desert town of brawley carolyn garcia brought her longer children this is damien garcia latin allergies and then destin garcia also has asthma but without a her chief towns like burly already have some of the highest asthma rates and worst air pollution problems in the country police olmedo of komi taste vical says the solvency dust storms will make those problems worse noting that traces of everything from ddt to arsenic have been detected in the dried out lake bets it's like it were going to glass one landfill toxic landfill to expose it inches led the wind kiryat or community that's really what's happening in august after years of trying california lawmakers unveiled a three hundred eighty three million dollar plan to minimize the impact of the water transfer deal the plan would encircle what's left of the solvency with thousands of acres worth of managed wetlands and freshwater fish ponds we like to say that creating a smaller of it sustainable laker song say bruce wilcox is the state official charged with implementing the mitigation plan which has not yet been fullyfunded if the funding does come through wilcox thinks it should be enough to keep the dust down and protect the birds the cop says he does know people who dream of a return to the glory days of the desert riviera but he says the glory days are gone for npr news i'm john nielsen brawley california.

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