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U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
"Vaccine Trials are happening all over the globe today. The UK government announced funding for phase. One of something called a human challenge trial for a corona virus vaccine. The process will require young healthy volunteers to be infected with the virus in an effort to speed up vaccine testing a company called H Vivo and Imperial College London. Have the contract is set up the first part of that process. Here's more from the world's caroline dealer the idea itself sounds wild intentionally infect people with the very virus returning our lives upside down to avoid. People hear about these trials. Many people's immediate reaction is, how could it be ethical but Oxford bioethicist deb Yom row gic says, it's possible if certain conditions are met one of those conditions is that the expected benefits of the research outweigh the risks. In this case, how many infections could we prevent if we developed a vaccine sooner? For example, in a typical clinical trial thousands of people are injected with a test vaccine and sent out into the world to see if they still get infected naturally that's happening now with several corona virus vaccine candidates, but Andrew Catchpole. The, chief scientific officer at H., Vivo the company launching this human challenge trial says that takes time normal traditional trials involve many thousands of subjects take many many months to complete in human challenge trials, which HP VO has been running for decades. A small number of healthy volunteers would be intentionally infected with the coronavirus after getting jabbed with a trial vaccine to see if it works. What happens is because everybody is given the disease, you're able to determine efficacy in a matter of weeks. These types of tiles have been used for centuries and in the recent past have. Sped up the development of typhoid and cholera vaccines. The agreement announced by the UK government today is just for the first step of this contract to manufacture and test Raina the virus to use in trials it still has to be approved by regulators and an ethics panel. If it is between thirty and ninety volunteers could start being injected with just the test virus, not yet any vaccine as soon as the beginning of next year so far nearly three thousand people in the UK have signed up to volunteer for a challenge trial. One of them is allaster frazier ORCA. White indefinite convinced. The Human Josh all has essential to advising Ovalles, scenes, population way more quickly lift on them on opinion the risk is small enough to travel participants that we need to take that risk frazier ORCA put off going to university for a year to work with one day sooner, a nonprofit group advocating for human challenge trials and signing up volunteers. He says the Tom Channel some of the fear of living through a pandemic into something that feels productive grandma custos. My Dodd might catch his out his risk. So kind of on a personal level the. Volunteer volunteers will be paid somewhere around five thousand dollars insurance cover healthcare costs. For any complications they will quarantine in a special nineteen dead unit at the Royal Free, hospital in London for an expected two weeks after virus exposure. Again, Andrew Catch Paul from h Vivo. A first priority was doing these studies is the safety of the volunteers. So for that reason, we go very strict criteria about those who. Will be eligible to participate. Volunteers must be between eighteen and thirty healthy with no pre existing conditions. But there's a more controversial criteria that scientists are wrestling with right now whether to exclude volunteers of color because there is data suggest that there is a potential for increased risk. The UN says Kobe nineteen is disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities around the globe including in Brazil the UK and the US. K. Government figures, black men in England and Wales are more than two and a half times more likely to die of cope in nineteen than white men. Some of that is explained by socioeconomic status in pre existing conditions. But Dhillon David Kumar, a physician and professor at University College London says it's more than that. They're also other underlying causes racism discrimination for example, being an underlying cause which are not easy to count foreign. Announces such as this Dave Qamar said, he's the health impacts of racism and xenophobia. He says, well, it's important to note that raises a social construct, not biological. The effects of racism in tells in ways that can be hard to identify. So you can't hold constant the discrimination someone's face throughout their life. You can't hold constant the environment someone grownup in the levels of air pollution kinds of housing that they've lifting throughout their life. So. There are differences in outcomes amongst racial groups. David Kamar isn't familiar with this specifics of this study proposal, but he says he can understand the reason for picking volunteers who are at the lowest possible risk for getting really sick. Charles cordray chief officer for the Caribbean and African Health Network sees it differently. It's really disappointing people of Color. In clinical trials that's partly due to legacy of racist medical experiments. By white doctors and kwok-wah dray says the idea of excluding people of color from this trial would add to the distrust mistrust and the lack of trust has come about as a result of decades of sometimes how we need to respond so quickly but what is meant is that there's a whole section of people. Fair much. whose voices are not being head HBO is still making a decision about whether and how to include people of Color in the first phase of this trial when they're testing out the safest way to infect people with the actual virus the company hasn't designed protocols yet for the actual vaccine-testing in hopes quickly follows the volunteer criteria for this stage of the study will be finalized and handed over to UK regulators and an ethics panel by
At least 17 killed on temple trip in Thailand as bus, train collide
"Collided with a tour bus carrying 65 passengers. This is in central Thailand. District chief officer told local media there were 30 injured as well. It was raining when the bus across the train tracks about 50 miles east of Bangkok. The passengers are travelling to a Buddhist temple for a ceremony the presidential nominees down to
"chief officer" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Chief officer I don't know whether it was battalion chief, a division chief, or just what sort of fire chief it was, but took a blow to the head. And was being treated at seven Cisco General Hospital's Now Bart Feld has been described as a 70 year old business, a supply company so that thick black smoke that we saw rising from almost below the central freeway was from building materials, including roofing materials. Now the city turned to its high Pressure, emergency water delivery system and several special reservoirs used to supply that system because of the massive firefight here. In fact, for a time we saw what looked like muddy water coming out of the fire hoses, and now we know why this was water that is stored underground just for fires like this. Now there's been no information. That would indicate a purposeful fire, although among the buildings damaged was AH building of the San Francisco Sheriff's Office. In fact, it was evacuated. They even had to take ammunition out of that building for a time. But we did see several Plainclothes detectives on scene just in case there is any foul play. But again a briefing is going on. Right now. This fire looks to be fully contained A TTE last check. They told the 75% contained. And just that one injury Dan Tim, you mentioned earlier, a significant number of firefighters on the scene. I don't remember. It was Ah, 100 plus 125. Was it the intensity of that fire.
"chief officer" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"You'RE GONNA, feel guilty of your at home with your three kids running being the CEO the chief officer of your home and you're not in the office. Office and that comes back to cultural issue, which comes back to a emotional and spiritual and psychological issue, and so what I want to challenge you to do on top of what Anthony did. Christie Rights Book is awesome. I want you to spend some time with your husband wants you to spend some time with a counselor, a pastor or a woman in your community that has some wisdom that you trust. And I want you to sit down and find peace in your heart you with whatever direction you're. GonNa take because this is going to haunt you and haunt you until you can. Look in the mirror and say I'm good. With the partnership me and my husband have I'm good as a mom. I'm good contributor here whatever that looks like. And then forget what the people on Pinterest are going to say to you and forget what the people at Church you're gonNA. Say to you they don't get a vote. That make that decision with your community. Make that decision with your husband and make that decision with yourself and then move forward in peace, because I'm so tired of this culture beaten up women. I'm so tired of it. Man, they hand not win and men. We've got to play a role to and supporting an elevating the women in our lives, helping support their choices helping not only with the math problem of it, but just sitting and listening and be present and I'll stop my rent right. They're not a good ran. Ran You know if you have more time I, would rant on with you because we as main, we have to step up in honor and celebrate our lady's period whatever they decide to do. We have to get behind them. Celebrate them and continue to push them. If my wife came to me and said Hey. I want to be a stay at home. Mother I'm so you'll be a stay at home. Mother because that's a job within itself. I don't want to be a stay at home. Dad It! It's a hard. GIG I don't want to do it, but I'll celebrate my wife who wanted to do it man. That's right, you know. I WanNa thank Zach fulfilling and for our producer, James Shout, the one and only the best associate producer Kelly Daniel Dot de. Thank you so much. You Guys America. Remember you guys. Caliber of our future will be determined.
"chief officer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Right side I'm sorry your favorite or whatever itself is also here for a minute and then I will be good to go okay yes I didn't get the chance my direct point yeah escalated from there there was more than a scuffle he managed to get the taser away from one of the officers he took off running the officer we're watching him chasing him he turned around with the taser fired back officer fired three times he died after surgery in the hospital police chief officer gone now what not the same as George Floyd the questions are being asked did you need to chase him did there need to be this these are the questions that people are asking when it comes to policing in this country today of how do we go about policing we can de escalate when's the right time to pursue when's the right time to just say let's catch him or her put her in there because I don't want to be upset at a later date he was obviously inebriated you can't just go oh you're fine the shooting more protest this on the heels of George Floyd Amer Davari Brianna Taylor and black lives matter is leading the voice be heard again today in Atlanta three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen show Twitter tweet at us I like saving you money it's what I do try to entertain you for.
"chief officer" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Yeah we'll have more from him in a second very powerful comments but a quick preface before going to the phone lines and the reason I keep doing this is it so important to me personally and selfishly the people knows this you know for twenty five plus years on air I have done everything I possibly could you know to stand up for law enforcement which is so often wrongly accused and wrongly abused and not given enough respect and date my dad a thirty year cop in Chicago a tremendous human a tremendous police officer I grew up with cops as my heroes increase my uncle a priest and they still are and and one thing I learned from my dad is you want to respect the good cops like my dad can you tell the truth about the bad cops and you get rid of him because the bad cops hurt the good cops more than anything else K. and everything I've seen in Minnesota and let's talk about whether even theoretically or hypothetically there might be something that occurred off tape and there was a portion of this off tape which which might somehow justified I can't even imagine what that would be what I see in this tape what I see in this tape is plain and simply a murder and I think the only question is is it first degree murder can it be successfully prosecuted as first degree murder should it be prosecutors first degree murder should the death penalty be sought against the officer who kept his knee on that man's throat as he begged for his life for nine minutes and and what charges should be brought against the other officers who stood by and did nothing eight five five four zero five eight two five five listen hi I represent lots of police officers were grateful they have lots of police officers in the audience we love calls from police officers on this item if you think there's something I'm missing please let me know but my bet is probably not even ninety ninety one probably a hundred percent of the police officers out there are heartbroken and view this as a murder and despise what what these four individuals have gone to the profession and the badge and then most importantly what they did to this man George Floyd all right let's go to the phone lines will start with Jay in fort Collins you're on the Dane Kapler show welcome hi Dan thanks a bunch sure I am a retired firefighter and not machine I I watched that whole thing on used to let the rock footage kind of couldn't believe their eyes can I give you a little analogy here into my mind sure yeah well a loose say I've got a person I'm dragging down a ladder and out of the burning building and I stop on that ladder and I hold his head in the smoke billowing out of window and people were standing on the ground and they're saying you can't breathe you can't breathe borough his knowledge waving that you're going to kill them and I stood and I looked around and then I I and then after the guy what yeah I I hi Alice had not smoked for another what three or four minutes okay and I'm not sure I'm tracking your story it can you tell that I want I'm sorry yes and after giving it may be a glitch in my line but I want to make sure I understand what you're telling me so you're coming down the ladder with the gentleman that you're rescuing and yeah yes yes Sir just kind of analogy what went through my mind and I stop on that ladder and nurse and I've got breathing apparatus eleven out a window I've got the guys had given a call can you cancel rates so yeah in other words hi I tracked you know in other words what you're telling me is if you had done that to someone knowing that that smoke was likely to kill them then that would would it be you in the course of your firefighting work choosing to kill somebody is is that the analogy you're drawing that's what I'm saying on that yeah well no I you know I I can't you know give you better no no I I finally I finally now my friend didn't die yeah I I do have to sink I do have to think that that a hundred percent of the law enforcement officers out there and everybody in related fields including you everybody risks their lives every day for people have to be horrified and and chest think of the damage first date they did to this man and his family but then also to the entire institution of law enforcement absolutely my arm Dan yeah you know I'll I I know by two **** his identity in in in that business you know another thing that crossed my mind as I wild mark mobster movies are I in a mobster movie yeah I don't think we would see everybody Shelton somebody out there for another day that's a great point I am grateful for your service as a firefighter wanna try to get everybody on the jam lines no that's a great point because I think one of the the things that takes this to it a whole new level of horror is this was a torture murder a torture murder in public Eric in Connor for your on the Dane Kapler show welcome here all right let's so let's go to Jim in Castle Rock we make it our backyard within capitalist welcome Jim hi Dan how are you I'm just sad today like everybody I think finally I was a was a cop for thirty six years and not stop or different perspectives wanna bring Denver and you know I just I'm I'm pro life of me I can't understand why we don't cuff fat guy and set him up on his rear end here are four guys there I mean I am mine site to that I I think this was punishment time I think she did something to like their rockets and now this was a little pay back and are this research following the arrest but it was a punishment to go with the arrest I think you know the big Jim and and if I recall correctly you're a former chief is that right yes Sir that's correct so it thank you for servicing and my guess is you've done a lot of instruction over the years this is not a gray area right I mean once the cops around it doesn't matter what that individual is done before the fights over well absolutely and that's that you know that that certainly is a professional response but the practical responses to differentiate its not understand that there are cameras rolling everywhere are they so callously show cavalier that they think they can do this and nobody's gonna notice that something has gone wrong my god the guys back and for his life and there's people stand around the can hear this he was always under the mindset of something like that what is this a case then Jim given your your professional expertise is this a case where this guy just snapped because what I saw what was I mean I had to that that he may very well be killing that man he had to know that there was a real chance that he could kill that man it particularly when I kept saying I can't breathe I can't breathe I can't breathe he's calling for his mother he's saying he's going numb if this guy just snap and and decide to torture him you know I betcha if we would go back to be interesting to see what kind of track record this guy had yeah I'm I'm concerned that this is not the first time yeah and that's what we're starting to hear we're not getting all the specifics yet but what about I guess you given your professional background my friend what about the other officers on the scene how do you think they should be charged you know I I I think there was was some type of accessory at the minimum I mean that you know war or trained to be professionals I mean first of all they're they're they're cavalier there could give a **** I had class about what's going on there what what what tell me what what's your approach to the job is and I would bet they would have a track record as well that would be interesting to look at but you know we can't tolerate that we can't we can't tolerate it and we must not right and and my understanding Kaylee McEntee was saying today that the president when he saw the videos on airforce one picked up the phone and fury aided ordered the FBI to escalate the investigation and so I I would expect I would hope that we would see those officers in jail by tomorrow night I'd be very surprised if we don't well I'd be surprised without charge at least by tomorrow course of the haunted out but just because it just as you all know the justice department will become involved at the shell garage violation over and above whatever happens criminally show this this is not going to be a pleasant event of bison that come before them in order to say what do you think him and I know this is a tough question for you because you've lived your life in law enforcement at the highest levels what do you think the punishment should be for the officer who had his name on the neck that well you know that goes into a criminal violation and not you know probably better I don't know that you could probably ever get around to the premeditation I would think voluntary manslaughter would be something they would look at very very strenuously yeah yeah I I expect they're going to be as aggressive as humanly possible here and then let a judge or jury tell the prosecutors the wrong if they think they are but Jim thank you for your service my friend appreciate the perspective today he bent down thank you Kim from a Castle Rock the former chief and and again this this goes to my point listen if you're in law enforcement and you disagree with me you know you're always treated with respect here's all people who disagree with me are but I'd love to hear from you might back is that this is a hundred zero issue that a hundred percent of the people in law enforcement look at that the way I do as a murder and and are heartbroken by it first for the man the human being who suffered the torture and then the death in the most horrible way and then for the batch then for all these great cops all over America you know who now have something else they're up against because of this murder and then the officer standing around my goodness I mean I can't even imagine that and I do think they'll be charged as accessories it'll be very interesting to see whether there is a first degree murder.
"chief officer" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Than fighting the virus and sadly Americans have paid the price for that. There's a statistic though. The poll says eighty four percent of Republicans. Gop Iron approval of the way. He's handling corona virus. He has successfully again told them that he reacted quickly. That's not true. He also is blaming the Democrats for fighting dope reopening the economy for political reasons stating that. You know look. They don't want this economy to get back on their feet because of political reasons meaning. It would hurt him in the election. But isn't that the same reason he's rushing to open the country that Saudis unemployment numbers can go down and he can tout that he's bringing the country back up but it's at the expense of a lot of people so I understand folks wanting to go back to work understand people needing to go back to one get it man and if I was in a position why had to risk my health to save my family. I probably would to be honest with you by take as many precautions as I can but I would. I would have to go and try to rescue my family from the speed. Tailspin win so I get it man I get it but we got to be smart and we got to be careful. You got to keep washing your hands. You got the way your Maz- and you gotta practice social distancing else may happen. Yeah but get tested quayle all these damn testee. Talking about yeah. We don't have access to all right coming up next. We're going to switch gears. It's time for ask the C L O the Chief Officer. Yeah right after this. You're listening to morning. Show time now for ask the C L. O. The LEV officer. You can submit your questions if you have a question for the F. Dot Com. You read it for me to ask him. This one is from scared Christian in Alabama Christian. Yes and I hear Christian in Alabama so here we go uncle Steve. I need your help I am a I am twenty five years old. I am sleeping with the first lady of my church. She is thirty eight as she loves having wild sex and weird places all around her house. We've had sex in the pastors man-kei in the kitchen in the laundry room and the hot tub. I confided in my best friend who is a musician at the church and he said that I am as good as dead because the pastor has cameras all over his house. The first lady and I are scared as heck waiting to see if the pastor says anything. I can't believe this is happening. Is there any way to get out of this cameras to wall? Left managed to take all cameras that wall. Delete delete delete. I'll tell you don't go over there but you twenty five. You're going back. She thirty eight. You're getting some things done. You got to get them cameras and the Tate. You gotta get out in the room. Where brains is that you got to.
"chief officer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Consists of paramedics engine company every rescue truck campaign a hand crews and aircraft and its chief officer to oversee the incident upon arrival during the incident upon arrival the sheriff's department are to the respective department entered in the unified command to handle this incident are far far is on scene indicated that there was a debris field the steep terrain with a quarter acre brush fire there was a point at the time our firefighters hiked in to the accident site with a medical equipment and host lines to extinguish the stubborn fire as it included the brush fire debris from a helicopter and the fire also included magnesium which is very hard for firefighters to extinguish because magnesium reacts with oxygen and water in addition to our firefighters hiking into the incident we had one helicopter flying to the incident with firefighter paramedics on board those paramedics were hoisted down to the incident early into the incident they did a search of the area for survivors unfortunately all the survivors on board were determined to have been harassed firefighters in hand crews work to extinguish the fire wall carefully prefers preserving the incident for investigation currently the best guess is still on going I will like to turn this over to my share of to continue the press briefing thank you chief US three personnel from losses shares stays and responded to the scene of the of the crash site and system the fire department and we've established a containment area and now our hero has a handle on traffic aircraft accidents however when there's a fatality then I switch it to the national transportation safety beer the NTSB and the Federal Aviation Administration the FAA FAA is already on scene and assisting awaiting the arrival of the coroner's office to assist in the recovery of the remains as the chief indicated there were no survivors we have a manifest indicates that there was nine people on board the aircraft the pilot place eight individuals there that's why speculation is who they identities are however it is be entirely inappropriate right now to identify anyone by name until the corner has made the identification through their very delivered of profits and they've made made notifications to next of kin and it'll be extremely disrespectful though I understand that you love one of those he learned about it from TMZ that is just wholly inappropriate so we're not going to be going there we're gonna wait to the corner does their job and we're assisting the families of those who believe there it's been impacted in its of this of this a tough process but I hope goes out to all of the members they were on board all the family of everyone was on board this aircraft and god bless their souls so it this point time we had nothing that we can add until the corner does their job and will be making those notifications when we have the information and we know the next of kin have been notified then we can't release information publicly you'll be notified and the subsequent announcement yeah we have nine bodies there at the scene that is that is our belief yes so we realize at this point there are so many questions as a lot of information that seven seven guys here get well donate.
Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up
"Welcome to the digital podcasts. and Brian Marcy. Today I'm joined by Jeff Schiller Jeff is newly minted. Ciro Groom from nine. Jeff came over from the pump sugar acquisition which just close to a couple of weeks ago a couple of weeks ago. Okay so look. You're part of pop sugar for a while as as an independent entity As a partner like what. What is the potential you see? You know joining forces with group nine and in its portfolio of brands. So it's really interesting. The marriage is such a perfect marriage at a molecular level because the brands pop sugar Seeker Dodo now. This realis- they all have a common theme very optimistic very positive. And that's a through line and so I think just generally speaking that helps for a monetization perspective when we go out to market and we say look our companies bound by optimism. You can kind of think through how one plus one can eagle three so I think on a foundational level. The editorial alignment of saying thrillers. Just wants to help you kind of experience. The unexpected whether it's from food drink or travel or pop sugar wants to help you as a female kind of just explore all the areas that Define you versus versus just being relegated to one bus lifestyle. But then he got now this but now there's a little bit of the outlier right to some extent. I mean the way that I think about. Now this is yes it is news and and News is kind of core to what it started as a couple of years ago but I think as a brand it really reflects the currency in terms of what young people care about which is issues. And so it's it's the Lens in which they consume. It is news but it's really more so for young people issues climate climate change equality etc.. Those are really what define now this and you could argue. Certainly they're potentially depressing stories. That are out there but the lens that there are lots of depressed race out. I try to be an optimist but the Lens. Now this Kind of kind of takes through who These these complex issues to really be positive and hopeful and so it is the most utility driven versus being lifestyle driven but I also again that positive through line kind of makes it easy for us as we think about the future and monetization. So we're we're recording this before the holiday break and then You'll you will be heading off immediately to to see us which I will not be on the genus. Sorry good luck with that but you'll be meeting with lots of different marketers and and stuff like this and this maybe it'll be the first time since the merger went went through Wha what's your like sort of top line message for why they should care. Wise is a good thing for are your partners so I can answer that. Through two lenses one is more from the kind of larger macro conversation that's going on and the other would-be more from a client facing perspective macro wise merger mania. Whatever we called it a lot of these companies got together out of necessity Out of survival and pop sugar and group nine got together because it made sense because it was thought you were going to say that they got together for survival survival. No no no we we. It was not under duress. You had our chief officer Brian. I did And the profitable notable pop sugar kind of playbook and you had group nine the dominant stake in in reaching young people dominant stake in social video. Everything everything came together from a complimentary perspective including Brian and Ben who have known each other for a long time but really through even down to what they're passionate about you know I. It's all super complimentary so I think that on the macro level weren't out liar because we're like I said we'll be a case study for success success in terms of merger mania also because it wasn't done GonNa State of duress okay. Are you talking about refinery. I'm not tired. Whatever are you talking about? I'm not talking about anyone in particular on the client facing side in terms of value. So you have this really big list of of consolidated media companies. The VOX is the old school ones. The Conde's the hearst the meredith the vices the bustle digital groups for us us when we talk about young people. It's number one. We reached them at scale and number two. They spend more time with us than anyone else in the entire competitive set and so that is third party. Syndicated that's not our made up proprietary. Whatever that's com score in terms of actual time spent and attention for us is that at core currency from you know what we think the future cohorts in Gen y Gen Z.? Trade on it's you know. I want to be captivated by something and captivate them more than anyone else in the competitive set so I wanNA push on the scale thing for a little bit. Why is scale still pretty important because a a lot of people have come on this podcast and sort of been like skills dude skills dead and like not really I mean scale drives a lot of this and for what you're talking about You know adding together all these different brands. you're gonNA have a single salesforce right absolutely tech stack single all these sort of things. There's a bunch of efficiencies. I'm sure that come out. Like you know everyone when they announced sees mergers. Try Not to talk about this but like there. It is more efficient. But there's a a lot of advantages to having a bunch of brands under one roof. So I think that nothing's ever truly really new and so you look at the magazine. Zine companies their portfolio of brands. They have the same shared services model. One printing press one back office. There's a reason I mean conde still trying to get there. You're for sure but other other brands. The hearst Meredith Lega those have been in existence for a really long time for a reason because in order to scale you need to have that back office support that isn't replicated across every single brand so there's the economic scale which is shared services and then there's the audience scale. which is you have to be big enough to matter absolutely critical in a world where you have facebook? It's the same narrative facebook and Google and Amazon and target and Walmart Media Group. All of those guys out there. That are huge scale is is is is I guess the way that I frame it upscale is is no longer a lead statement. It's more of a check box right so if you don't check that box then you're going to be in trouble and it's like anything. I mean we keep talking about this and these these different podcasts. Hell the the middle gets gets crunched. And it's easy to fall into to the metal but I mean I guess together. You'd think that you guys are are not in the Middle Lake are are one of the scale players. Oh Yeah No. It's not even a thought it's factual we are number one. Overall in terms of time spent from Com score perspective were number one in terms of social The Olsen Dr Com score both say the same thing so I think within our larger competitive set of all the brands is that I mentioned. We are a clear leader and that competitive set you you think it's not it's not quote unquote just the the the vox is The bustles but it's the the I'm GONNA another quote unquote like the traditional like the hearse. The Conde's absolutely that narrative of them being behind is it in my mind a two year old narrative and I'm not talking about restructuring. I'm talking more so about audiences. They were behind. They looked at digital pure place. Copied their playbook playbook and I think I think they're pretty caught up so we have to consider them a credible threat to our business and to try to take whatever share they have that is legacy and bring it our way.
"chief officer" Discussed on WRVA
"Rockland county two of them now in serious or critical condition New York governor Andrew Cuomo if anyone thinks that something poisonous is not going on in this country then there in not in denial frankly a man armed with a machete entered the home and attacked the group before fleeing the scene in his car and Y. P. D. officers later picked up a suspect in Harlem he's identified as thirty seven year old Grafton Thomas of green would like a suburb some twenty miles away from the crime scene he's being held on five million dollars bail number three Georgia congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis is undergoing treatment for stage for pancreatic cancer discovered earlier this month during a routine medical visit in a statement the seventy nine year old says he'll fight the illness as quote we still have many bridges to cross Russian president Vladimir Putin center personal thanks to president trump for a tip he says helped quash terrorism attacks reportedly planned in Saint Petersburg to Russians have been detained on suspicion of plotting violence during new years festivities tour helicopter operations in a wire under the microscope after a deadly crash last week one of several recent accidents in the state congressman ed case is calling the trips unsafe and lacking proper oversight officials confirmed there were no survivors and Thursdays helicopter crash along Hawaii's rugged enough poly coast and these Texas parents should have thought it through when their twelve year old son asked for a magnifying glass for Christmas interior designer nasal in parts and shared on Facebook at Christmas day was memorable to say the least after her son Cayden used his new gift to try to light things on fire the blaze he started by burning a newspaper outside ended up scorching the front yard of the family home in addition to destroying some of the Christmas lights out front this is something that I never did did you actually use a magnifying glass to try to bring things when you were a kid absolutely I heard about people doing this I saw like on cartoons in things that you think this is something you could actually do fairly easily I guess is this kid was great because my grandparents had with that they use to help the reader yeah you know they are like the greatest toy ever we go out and super thick like the the coke bottle kind of this situation leads she all right thanks very much rather anybody science grant twenty two minutes after the hour now this morning America's first news coming up next the retro way is the Mandalorian is keeping us watching what's in store this week at your local staples store promotion to see chief officer.
Police chief: Officer, 2 suspects and 3 bystanders killed in sprawling Jersey City shooting
"One police officer is dead along with five other people in the number of shootings in Jersey city New Jersey police chief Michael Kelly says officers encountered heavy rifle fire coming from one building to respond in a world middleweight gauged by high powered rifle fire a city wide assist was called at that time we were learning at the same time that we had another officer down in another part of the city that officer identified as detective Joe seals who died from his wounds he was shot at another location after what Kelly says was an effort to take guns away from two suspects the two then entered up about a mile away in a market where the link the shootout occurred they were killed along with three
"chief officer" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Overcoming the Barriers to Deep Learning in Production with Andrew Ng
"Great to see all of you. Here is great to have you here so my first question is i. I don't know if you saw it on the document that had your autograph but I lost four point eight five points on homework assignments in your course. What was that all about perfect. It must have been the Bogan office awesome awesome so you also also launched your most important learning machine Nova back in February House fatherhood treating you yes so novus now seven months but you know the the story about how we chose her name. we want to hurt to have the initials near. Netra sticking also want their initials B N so oh Nova but one deeper than that neuro thinking all right have new baby. I think every person on the planet as a unique person is unique human beings so people off aw you know one. That's a number so we gave her. The Middle Name Athena so full name is Nova. Does initials are any en that does it birthday Chevy carrier for Whole Life Nice Nice. You are prolific. You are up up to so many things. Can you give us an overview of what you're working on. Nowadays yeah the team's derisive. AIDS machine learning means a lot of pieces need it for it to reach US full potential potential so right now the team's swimming most time with them leading our than being a I which is helping companies jumps not a adoption deep lining da ah which is our educational arm produces content a lot of his uncle. Sarah also our weekly newsletter called the batch of vision subscribe to get weekly eighteen us about machine learning and also a funds which is a startup studio that bills. Ai powered startups from scratch the rise machine learning opportunities so building building these three teams which work together in ecosystem trying to build the pieces that allows fill the ipod future. Let's dig into landing. Ai Obit. I associate that with doing work in the manufacturing space. You've US an overview of the company and what is up to is that is that the case so I think I saw my own is how an injection objection at modern. Ai Can make a company much more effective and valuable. I think you're building Google brain leading at by. Do I saw what my own is. Couple Greek companies become modern. Ai Companies have become much more effective than valuable along the way but if you look at what we've done the machine or any world I think with transformed the software Internet sector so many of the companies represented your at this conference many companies in Silicon Valley in Beijing even outside the top small handful you kind of have given a lot of traction in the I I think the next step is to transform all of the other industries as well. I'll site software internet and so- landing works of many companies from manufacturing agriculture to healthcare to others and we can actors a partners outsource chief officer to help upon function team develop and all those we help harness. We woke up for you but also teach you how to cook so after a couple of years you can insourcing function and be enable business in your vertical which we think can help a lot of people in hell of companies become more effective and more valuable and frankly we go. There's more to life than your financials but right but I think our impact we hope as she has a material impact on the market cap of at least work with. Can you give us an example of some of the types of problems that you're we're helping customers solve the C. One of our engagements has been with a large agricultural machinery company and I think if you can help a company not you know reposition from traditional agriculture company to being a enable Agriculture Machinery Company then you can build smart machinery. We're GONNA have the same saint farmer same foam but with automation suggestions the how to control the machine better you get crop from the same pharmacy and farm so this direct impact on the farmer was not surprising on the company building these types of things I think I was just in a Latin America lost weaken Columbia visiting companies in different industries as well from the sticks to manufacturing and what I'm seeing. Is that there's very strong. CEO level interest to hope companies also have induced you sectors become enable and it's not that is not that if you are manufacturing company you want to become any companies. Let someone else do that but but I think in the future enable manufacturing company can be much more effective have been valuable than than one doesn't maybe one last disruptive technology was the rise of the Internet and we saw that if if you have a shopping mall plus website yes everyone has built a website but that doesn't turn you into Amazon or if your taxi company and you build a website the internet company instead Uber Live Grab. DD are true Internet companies. Arguably is is as disruptive as the Internet and so there will and the changes the core of how different companies would compete. What are the things that help you build the defense business one of the things they generate value whether you play within our play was the new strategy and I think companies able to figure that out won't become near. What will survive and thrive on? I'm one of the town Silicon Valley which is not true. Is that whenever this disruptive technology is always a solid set win. That's just not true with the Internet some software to do okay well include Google facebook and Amazon but some incumbents that it will include Microsoft and apple which were not Internet companies but became create Internet companies so so what the rise of modern machine learning and exciting where that many of you in this community doing to land these technologies up to bring them to fruition. I think this is is very racist again where degrade options of startups but incumbents also have a lot of advantages and if they played it 'cause right they can become come very valuable very effective enable businesses verticals so what's involved in Plano cartwright one of the hardest things the companies companies to embrace a it's a scope the right set of projects and so we spend a lot of time. I think we'll eventually become very good at work have companies at least figure out what you should and should not use machinery to. I'd think you know some pieces of is a good one to start small. Maybe actually historian when one of the biggest most glamorous project has probably number one is usually a mistake at Lisa failure that then causes you lose faith. He says the company back back because you need to regain the faith one story early days. Google brain people who were still certainly didn't know how deep there were you in skeptical about it so my first internal customer was speech. Team wasn't the most it's not web search advertising right speech recognitions. Nice the project is not web search advertising but by making Google speech more accurate other teams have been google gained faith in our ability to deliver results it. It also taught the company how to use deep learning. I remember when I first. GPO server service sitting under some guys deaths with wires but but that told us important lessons about how the train models GPU's after the first successes secondly turner customers Google maps where we use OCR photo ought to beat house numbers to more accurately place houses on Google maps improve quality map data zone after those two successes that ident- started it more serious composition with the advertising ising team so so one lesson from it is is I think small is more important than your first project something like speech recognition back today to help the company what it feels like to use that to build momentum and then I think is important to form cross functional teams with machine senior experts and business advocation expense to brainstorm projects together one tip. I offer please can approach hip often the number one project did see okay so excited about this actually not project. You should work on so recommended companies to brainstorm dominic these half a dozen projects as spent a few weeks deeply evaluating technically feasible is valuable and do that before investing several few months where for resources sources to do that
Will The Libra Cryptocurrency Revolutionize Money?
"Month facebook announce a new crypto currency called the libra L. I. B. R. A. Parmi Olsen and Jeff Horwitz in the Wall Street Journal described it as being being a secure blockchain based payment system backed by hard assets and designed for ordinary users making it among the boldest efforts yet to bring digital currencies into the mainstream. There's critics so oh here's a quote from Phil Chen. He's the decentralized chief officer at Foam Acre H.. T. C.'s blockchain driven exodus project the libra he said this project is the antithesis of Bitcoin and is another step toward total control of data and users this global coin is the most invasive and dangerous form of surveillance. They have devised thus far. The Lieber White Paper describes it as has a key objective of the project is to provide billions of people with access to a low volatility crypto currency that can serve as a low friction medium of exchange on an international basis from day one an can support new digital native use cases such as micro payments which is it is it invasive and dangerous is it the boldest initiative yet and digital currencies will revolutionize money. It's scheduled to launch in two thousand twenty but in this episode we went to look at what is the libra and what kind of money is it. Will it be better at money in episode one ninety nine. I did a show titled. What kind of money is is it and we talked about the attributes of money traditionally money attributes include? Is it a store of value. Does the currency go down in value over time in terms of its ability to purchase goods and services. If there's a great deal of inflation Asian you need more of that particular money to buy goods and services which means it hasn't been a great store value. Is it a medium of exchange. Does it facilitate transactions and what does it cost to transact in a given currency at third attribute a unit of account. Is this money used by businesses to do their accounting books devalue their assets. Do they value their assets in bitcoin most don't will they do it in libra probably not for a long time do they value their assets and show what their assets and liabilities are in the U._S.. Dollar yes they do so from that aspect that money is a unit of account but also an episode one ninety nine. I shared some other attributes of money that were outlined by the Bank of International Settlements in a white paper things such as who issued it. Is it electronic or physical. How accessible is it? Can everybody used the money or is it limited to certain parties. What's the transfer mechanism and sending the money from one entity to the next? Is that centralized or decentralized. How available is it? Is it twenty four seven availability or can you only only transact in the currency over certain periods of time you said interest-bearing urine money or do you earn interest on the currency and can you transact anonymously. Is it an anonymous currency. That's what we're going. Look at when we look at Libra. We're going to measure it and see. Is it truly revolutionary or are there some definite concerns
"chief officer" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"And I'll plug that in it'll be a silver bullet and all. Of my problems will, be solved And that's simply not the case we also have to invest in data. Management when we think about people we think about ownership we think about processes and it's, really important to have a leader as it, were in terms of data management strategy and we. Think about that we get into the question of of who. Owns, the data and data ownership today and feel free, to stop me Eric at. Any point if you wanna, jump in but feed ownership today is really It's it's. A allusive a lot of people, don't know who on the data which creates problems. See those high levels of, inaccuracy we sit. There and think okay well we need to fix that but then who fixes that who owns the data within the business a. Lot of, time most people think sits with IT and that's a very. Traditional way of managing data but. As we can see it has. Its problems because we aren't full djing fully leveraging, the data, that we should when we look at the surveys it's almost. Half the IT department on the data we. See about a quarter say, the CEO I think, it's important to note that point because data is really starting to be considered as a key asset within the business. But again we only see. That for about a quarter of a businesses we also see the CIO mentioned we see data distributed across departments and so. When we think about all of that you, know it's really all over the Map we don't, know depending on the business? It could be different people within the. Same business different people, own the data but with IT, departments and their ownership the problem with that is. With the way we're operating, in a digital economy today we need insight far faster than we used to we cannot. Make your request of the IT, department and then sit there or a day two. Days to weeks we really, can't do that. So we have to be able to take control of the data ourselves and to be able to get those analytics the business. A lot, of times is clamoring for more of that and so we're. Seeing this role emerged that we'll. Talk about more later which the. Chief officer in about ten percent of companies now, are saying, the data resides with EDS Oh yeah no that's that's really good, information and I think you're spot on about owning. The data I mean their own I think that would be data around for example information systems applications out there. Running that kind of thing. The better data log files for example for how different applications run but for business you want a business person on. That day, too right because you want to know who this park..
"chief officer" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"So some both of you then what do you do for a living a sergeant in the police department and i was the chief officer for substance use treatment program but four weeks after we paid off our student loans we found out our company was closing so i've been at home for a little bit but just accepted a position yesterday i didn't get with a master's degree yes and your masters in what your second one avenue mba mba okay very good good for you thank you and i'd be working for our church i'm sorry you got the degree at uk my first masters was at uk and my mba was from indiana wesleyan university nice good good very cool both good schools very good fun so what happened nineteen months ago so i think nineteen months ago we had our income at grown since we got married and i was looking at our tax return from that year and i was looking at our tax return from when we first got married and i'm like where did the money go because our bank account state exactly the same during that time we didn't live paycheck to paycheck but we sure weren't pound up any money in that debt was sticking around right and luckily whenever we first got in as a couple that shannon to babysit or when she was in college i gave us total money makeover and we put that on the shelf and it stayed there for a while until i had this this one day where i realize we're bringing way too much money to be broke and i set down over the next couple of hours read the book and made a budget my by myself which was a terrible idea.
"chief officer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"David so you'll save her down as apartment overlooks a busy road in a poor part of tel aviv the walls are covered with pictures of the former chief rabbi of israel ovando youssef who made the historic decision to welcome ethiopian jews to israel jews like rabbi had done himself but he was also the founder of the chace party who many now blame for change in israeli attitudes towards non white jews do you think there are people in the religious establishment here who do look down on black jews who say that they're lesser people or lesser jews there are some there are some such a position such a influence not to for me i i the chief officer right since idols him will i work with and although is helping me help it make people they they see the same the other jewish people in israel so i'd like to ask you about your views on other communities especially in kenya and uganda which we would like to come to israel and make aaliyah what are your thoughts on that.
"chief officer" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Its newest ship carnival horizon so they told him that you can have a free boy in exchange for the handle and so yeah i mean and they even they planted billboards and signs throughout the whole town and aveiro offering you know they were advertising shaquille o'neal working with him find him the chief officer and so they went to his house and they they literally had a a sign that said hey prospect does anyone know darien and they were trying to do everything they could to get this handled back from this kid this is hysterical this is like sounds like a parks and rec kind of you know put only one because that's worth some money i hope someone was telling this kid get paid is anyway but he he did it he's all happy about it but that's funny and obama judge rules in their forty foot cross monument honoring soldiers killed in world war one is somehow unconstitutional according to daily wire this is so ridiculous this is a i wanna say this is in maryland it was a four four circuit court angers the four circuit court but they said it's in bladensburg maryland they said it was unconstitutional to world war one memorial piece cross it's been there since nineteen twenty five is funded by the american legion and local families and it has a plaque of all of the forty nine georgia's county men who were killed in world war one and a four circuit ruled against it this is insane so coming up sherri dewitt joins us from wdbo and she is going to tell us the latest how was this how did the widow of omar mateen get acquitted she'll explain stay with us it makes.
"chief officer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And i believe it was a fourth or fifth round draft pick and in return they got michael bennett and a seven that's not a king's ransom for a very good player that they wanted to move on from clearly but i'm not going to pick a side on this one yet it's illegal manner you may have your thoughts on this but it still is innocent until proven guilty even though in our society now it's guilty until proven innocent but i wanna see more facts come out here because i'm not ready to believe that michael bennett is innocent and proclaim one hundred percent he's innocent but i'm not ready to believe that is one hundred percent guilty because i do think there's some question marks but i will say the houston police chief officer vado after watching his press conference not once but twice and i watched it for having no video and no pictures he was extremely confident that there will be enough to convict michael bennett now who knows michael bennett is going to serve any jail time maybe they settle he's facing up to ten years in prison by the police chief was extremely confident in what was found and he was tacking michael bennett and if this happens to be true it's very much well deserved but the question is is it true and that's what i'm wonder so there are some question marks there are some ambiguous things here here in the situation and i'm wondering eagles hawks now now derek gun and nbc sports philadelphia works nbc sports philadelphia eagles for a long time if you don't know he says lead sources told them that the eagles and the seahawks did not know about this until today also curious when the nfl did find out about it because the houston police was in contact with them and we'll michael bennett be on the team next year because the eagles just want a super bowl they have great team chemistry you don't want distractions they have not had many distractions last season this is now a distraction but we'll see how it plays out you could cut them tomorrow if you want to feel your the eagles but you just traded for him so i don't know if you wanna do that and in a society now.
"chief officer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And i believe it was the fourth or fifth round draft pick and in return they got michael bennett and a seven that's not a king's ransom for very good player that they wanted to move on from clearly but i'm not gonna pick a side on this one yet it's illegal manner you may have your thoughts on this but it's still is innocent until proven guilty even though in our society now it's guilty until proven innocent but i wanna see more facts come out here because i'm not ready to believe that michael bennett is innocent and proclaim one hundred percent he's innocent but i'm not ready to believe that he's one hundred percent guilty because i do think there's some question marks but i will say the houston police chief officer vado after watching his press conference not once but twice and i watched it for having no video no pictures he was extremely confident that there will be enough to convict michael bennett now who knows if michael bennett is going to serve any jail time maybe they settle he's facing up to ten years in prison by the police chief was extremely confident in what was found and he was attacking michael bennett and if this happens to be true it's very much well deserved but the question is is it true and that's what i'm wondering so there are some question marks there are some big things here in the situation and i'm wondering teagle's seahawks now now derek gun and nbc sports philadelphia worked at nbc sports philadelphia cover the eagles for a long time if you don't know he says sources told them that the eagles and the seahawks did not know about this until today also curious when the nfl did find out about it because the houston police was in contact with them and we'll michael bennett be on the team next year because the eagles just want a super bowl they have great team chemistry you don't want distractions they have not had many distractions last season this is now a distraction but we'll see how it plays out you could cut them tomorrow if you want to feel your the eagles but you just traded for him so i don't know if you want to do that and in.
"chief officer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is allocated to the topic of personal finance misery tennessee and virginia all gut an awacs utah earned an a plus bob mcclay ktar news the multimillion dataprotection company a krahn is has moved to the scottsdale area chief officer yonyap yahya says the center will thrive in the valley to tillich on valley let me very close by there's a lot of good to go tell aren't there is a very good university here at the center is at sixty four street in thomas i'll heartwarming holiday story a secret santa paid off several lael ways that the toys arrested the one on one and talking stick the store manager confirms the ktar in undisclosed amount of toys were completely paid off describing their typical lay away process as craig hepburn then down will put that aside go pay the small portion in it has fared name on and i am that the acquired it would create and are back warehouse she can say exactly how many laiwei taps were paid only saying there were several pull the rumor is a gentleman came in yesterday afternoon and asked for a couple lay ways to pay off but it doesn't look like santa sleigh got too hard to toysrus aeges steps away from the five and diner that received a two thousand dollar tip over the weekend however no word on if this is the same sana the season forgiving alley vetinary ktar news the four cities almost tier of a new star wars movie opens in a little over twenty four hours is going to get real for these guys brian johnson tells us the last july is a little darker than the last one but like the force it's bones it source star wars movie and that means it has one foot in flash gordon reading it's fun informing there are poured i hope people will think kind of the poor urged hordes our these cute little penguin like things think this star wars is version of he walks or charter pinks their adorable and sarah's fans always have the complicated relationship with a things that are very adorable star wars of world you'll meet them starting tomorrow night jason nathanson abc news hollywood ktar.
"chief officer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Military budgets can be a lot like musical chairs when the music stops some one dozen how to see what happens if those someone's are the musicians themselves that's right potentially bad news for the hundred and thirty military bands and their sixty five hundred musicians in the armed forces they're part of a musical tradition in this country dating back to the legionary war they march and parades they played are baseball games but budget cuts have come to the pentagon and a lot of lawmakers say the two hundred and fifty million dollars we spend on military bands is better spent somewhere else the military his cut bans by around forty percent and the three hundred and 23rd army band of san antonio texas is one of them it's one of five bands slated to be shut down in 2019 carson frame is military and veterans issues reporter with texas public radio and she has the story hundreds of families gathered and watch their loved ones become newlyminted us citizens and military brass quintet for it's up to the side decked out in full dress blues they're part of the three 23rd army band i've seen in turning us fort sam houston naturalization ceremonies are just one their reaching perform men says in the community then if begins people stand to acknowledge their countries of origin nigeria norway pakistan the three 23rd welcomes america's newest citizens with us chief officer forward jonathan ward has been with the three 23rd army band for almost two years as bandmaster and trumpet player he's played it is fair share of parades funerals deployments and naturalizations our job is the till the army story m a music is arm of lethal weapon when films soared were joined the army and 1994 after spending time is a freelance musician and member of.
"chief officer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Now piece just out in campus reform that tells us it there's big money and diversity big big money america's flagship universities are doling out an average of a hundred in seventy five thousand dollars per year for administrators tasked with leading their diversity efforts more than three times the average american household annual income and just about enough to cover the sticker price of out of state tuition for six students now campus reform has identified the salaries of these top diversity related administrators at forty three of america's fifty top universities in at least two cases the university of tennessee and inartful university of main there exists no official diversity officer or senior racking administrator responsible for overseeing such initiatives uti operated its diversity department with student volunteers for entire year it said our cetera on average each administrative position generally identified as some variation of chancellor provost her dean earns about 100 and 75 k university of virginia vice president and chief officer for diversity and equity his name is marcus martin earns three hundred and forty nine thousand dollars and so that's kind of ensure it's like an insurance policy for these schools it and they're buying insurance because otherwise the diversity mob will come after them the alshark benz jesse jackson's the new lorazepam laura's now neito c u s say united unido save changed their name the rot dolores of means the race of course connected to the recon keystone movement a routes and reclaiming the writefull geographical greatness of of may he cohen and before that latin america all of the hispanic our culture so you don't want to be hounded by these groups so you buy insurance in the form of a diversity officer who then is tasked with making the university.