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"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

"Previous shows dot com. They can go and listen to all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test miles and miles. Now also has a video player of all the latest Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the Audi seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech talking about. Of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there and the whole thi will answer your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our tech questions. Mariam joie. She's in the studio with us. We're talking about Khattak in the way is advanced one area of Khattak. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is it is late. Seventies scares the living. He be out of me when he drives and the cause of the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the lane something. He he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as your sense of what's going on the road. You'll sense the world diminishes a little bit. You'll skills on a shop. So one way in which we could feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact yet because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a call that takes too much input with without. It's got to be something. Like a Subaru forest where the cars get tell him if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big piece. News that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the announcement of the new Cadillac XT six that was an XT five than the four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the full this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think in our view, we've fairly well covered. The the different customers that were looking to please. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating a larger differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6.. XT6. brings in a three little vehicle sitting for either six or seven passengers, and what we really went after was a third role that was really comfortable and had a spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. It started really that usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to fulfill and only provide that Cadillac experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo that whatever you may be. In course, we want to do with this new product, your laughter, actor families who have a number of kids or kid with friends that they're picking up and taking them and their stuff with to what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was the Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands. Is it going to be gasoline? Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands. It's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one. That is our standard powertrain. There are things going on with Cadillac. There's going electric in the future in and those things involve other products, we aren't really free to talk about all of those, but our standard offering here is three ten or the. Really does meet the needs of what this customer's looking for. Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expert in you XT6. arriving in showrooms, very.

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"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

"Our auto expert on KOMO news. Here's more with Nick miles. All the previous shows that I wanna make split dot com. They can go. Listen to all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test and tests miles now also has a video player of all the ladies Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech you're talking about. And of course, our auto expert is also across social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send us messages there and the whole thi will on your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our tech questions. Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about car tech. And the way is advanced one area of Kartik. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is it is late. Seventies scares the living. He be gbs outta me. When he drives bet and the cause in the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the lane is something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as you said serve what's going on the road. You'll sense the will diminishes a little bit your skills on a shop. So one way in which we could feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a car that takes too much input with it's got to be something like a Subaru forester where the cars get the talent if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big piece. News that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the announcement of the new Cadillac XT six. There was an XT five four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future. Our our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think our view we've fairly well covered. The different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by a passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating alert or a differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6. the XT6. brings in a three little vehicle the sitting for either six or seven passengers and what we really went. After was a third row that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. Start. Really that usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to fulfill and only provide that catalog experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. Got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in. A course something we want to do with this new product, you answer your laughter actor families who. A number of kids or kids with friends that they're picking up and taking them and their stuff with to what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was that Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands. Is it going to be gasoline? Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands it's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one put cork that is our standard powertrain. There are some things going on with Cadillac. Doc, going electric in the future in and those things about other products. We aren't really free to talk about all of those are standard offering here is three ten or car with you think really does meet the need for looking for. Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6. arriving in.

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"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

"They can go and listen to all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test miles and miles. Now also has a video player of all the latest Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the Audi seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which was one of the pieces of tech you're talking about. Of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there. The whole thi will on to your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our questions. Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about Khattak in the way is advanced one area of Kartik. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is in his late. Seventies scares the living. He be gbs outta me. When he drives bet and the cause in the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the lane is something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as your sense of what's going on the road. You'll sense the world diminishes a little bit. You'll skills on a shop. So one way in which we can feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing on and off the web. If I give him a car that takes too much input. We're done. It's got to be something. Like a Subaru forest where the cars get to tell him if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big piece. Pieces of news that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the an ounce of the new Cadillac x six there was next XT five and the four and now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future. Our our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think our view we've fairly well covered. The the different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family holder. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our two row by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating a larger differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6. the XT6. brings in three little vehicle the sitting for either six or seven passengers, and what we really went after was a third role that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. It started really that usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to still only provide that Cadillac experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in. A course we want to do this. This new product you answer your laughter, actor family assume. A number of kids or kids with friends that they're picking up and and taking them and their stuff with to what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was that Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands isn't going to be gasoline. Is it gonna be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands. It's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one. That is our standard powertrain. There are something's going on with Cadillac. There's it's mental dog going electric in the future in and those things involve other products, we aren't really free to talk about all of those are standard offering here is three ten or with. Think really does meet the need looking for Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6..

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"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

"Also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test miles and miles. Now also has video player of all the latest Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the Audi seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech you're talking about. And of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there. The whole thi will answer your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our tech questions. Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about Cortec in the way is advanced one area of cortex. It's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is in his late. Seventies scares the living. He be out of me when he drives and the cause in the tech is actually saving him. But he drives because wondering how the lane is something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as you said SUV what's going on the road? You'll sense. The will diminish is a little bit you'll skills on shop. So one way in which we can feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a call that takes too much input with. It's going to be something like a Subaru forester where the cars get to tell him if something's not right rather than having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big pieces of news that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the moment of the new Cadillac XT six that was next five four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think in our view, we've fairly well covered. The different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating the larger differently constructed vehicle left some room for the XT6. the XT6. brings in a three little vehicle sitting for either six or seven passengers, and what we really went after was a third role that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. Starting really that. Usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the the market that we wanted to fulfill an only provide that catalog experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in. A course this. With this new product laughter actor families who have a number of kids or kids with transit. They're picking up and and taking them and their stuff with what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was the Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands. Is it going to be gasoline? Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands it's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy one hundred seventy one foot. That is our standard powertrain. There are something's going on with Cadillac. Doc, going electric in the future in and those things involve other products. We aren't really free to talk about all those are standard offering here is three ten horse with. Think really does meet the need. Looking for Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6. arriving.

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"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on KOMO

"To all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called testimonials and tests miles. Now also has video player of all the ladies Cortec on it. So you can watch those videos, including the seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech who is talking about. And of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there. The whole thi will on your questions. What lady his here to answer all of our tech questions? Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about Khattak and the way is advanced one area of cortex. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is is late. Seventies scares the living. He is out of me when he drives and the cars the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the latest something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as your sense of what's going on the road. You'll sense the will diminishes a little bit. You'll skills on the shop. So one way in which we could feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a call that takes too much input with it's got to be something like a Subaru forester where the cars get to tell him if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big. Pieces of news that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by. With the announcement of the new Cadillac XT six there was an XT five four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think at our view we've fairly well covered. The the different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family holder. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, they escalate being alert or a differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6. the XT6. brings in a three little vehicle the sitting for either six or seven passengers and what we really went. After was a third row that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as started really that usable from an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to fulfill an early provide that catalog experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got real for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in a course to do. With this new product, you your laughter, actor family assume? Have a number of kids or kids that they're picking up and taking them and their stuff with to do what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was the Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands is going to be gasoline. Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands. It's powered in the US with. Three point six liter v six it's three hundred and ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one put cork that is our standard powertrain. There are some things going on with Cadillac. There's going electric and the future in and those things about other products. We aren't really free to talk about all of those are standard offering here is the three ten or with think really does meet the need looking for Joel thanksgiving of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6. arriving in showrooms,.

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"cortec" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But if you can chew the defendant player control the bowl to the next base before the player, then it's an, but if the runner is there before the ball he will be used to retire. Maybe it would be a good war for that. He's taking out of he's no more runner. But it's nothing. Okay. So you you had mentioned in it. It's pretty evident from watching videos that one of the most important skills to be fast. But there's also the concept of jokers. So this is all foundational and basic stuff to you. But if you could please explain I don't know a minute. What are what are the jokers? So at the moment the number of Ciocca players in needs team tree. And most of the teams will be that they have like a two very good about her. Then, you know, the more slower guys, the strong ones and. Maybe one or and then the other way to very fos runners. So if there's on the field that you don't have any runners you put the FOSS joker player in there who has skills to make first a strike that can make him to the first base. So then you have in there or if there's a situation that the basis are full but regular play. The next player is not very good striker, then you can use your striker chokers. Instead. So it helps the coaches they have some extra exta play that they can calling whenever they needed unthank- on the street jokers. They can be used each of them can be used once in one inning. Why are they called jokers? His that an insult. No. I think even in some other games here in our own line, which the tone joker. It's the same as knowing that Cortec that joker like, I think in volleyball. You can have a extra player. Yeah. Choker is not the same. Okay. Nothing. Like that. Right, obviously when you have a smaller country, and you don't have the TV contracts. They're just financially. It's a it's a smaller business than than major league baseball. Which means there are fewer, let's say illicit incentives. But I was curious is there a history of breaking the rules. Their history of scandals in peace. Apollo is is it sufficiently big long? And I I think you have the same you had this kind of making or what is called fixed game scandal. Once we actually have. Twenty years ago, even okay, you say it's small. Yes, this mold. But when you compare it to the size of our country on the city's in here this still still something and betting in field. Mondays legal. So that there's a governmental or governmentally controlled betting agency. I'm speaking. At least for a long time on twenty years ago that was this kind of game fixing scandal. Winston cost a lot of trouble for our sport some teams by banned for many years. Larry D went down for some year. So yes, we had that kind of thing. Ago. Some people still remember for sure yes. But I think we've got an alert. Yeah. I know it took a few years in in baseball for for fans to sort of recover from the the work stoppage back in the nineties of how about how many years or months did didn't take until you saw the the popularity recover from from that scandal. Well, they're up places Phelan actually only sport in those places things continued about a stay where before, but of course, there was some talk on the streets. What happened about what happened? But in some places were teams even went to bankruptcy off that it took years many years, and we talk about science dealing a lot in American baseball, and there are signs in Pala too. But they're given by the manager with a kind of multicolored fan, it looks like a peacock tail almost can you explain how? That works and whether it's possible for the other team to decipher the signs well, for sure we try I also know I only play on the Hobie level when I used to play myself too. Of course, that's you try to do it to read it. But there are so many on how to use it that it's almost impossible. But what you do with this con- shell to run around the second base that hey now on the second strike going to do is call them Bont when you do the short one..

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"cortec" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"That is that increasingly, I just see lots of people wearing those because they're becoming more and more ubiquitous and it's very similar to me to the way that I phone or ipod really headphones were when the ipod I came out in the mid two thousand, which was he never you. People wouldn't wear the white headphones because you're like all of that asshole with their white headphones. They paid five hundred dollars for an MP three player or like that person's gonna get mugged because everyone knows that they're carrying an expensive ipod and then over time just now you just see everybody wearing those headphones and it's not like worth remarking on. It's not a thing. I kind of feel the same thing is happening with these because I see them everywhere. Now we're even six months ago I didn't, which is kind of nice because I do like wearing them and I don't want to look like an asshole. Become normalized to the point where I can just wear them. But anyways, surprise looks like a jerk. Then they're very, they're very apple though. In that way of, you're like, I don't need that. And then you know, you get it as a gift or something you're like, oh, this is surprisingly amazing. They're coupled with the phone that doesn't have a headphone Jack. So it's like, oh, instead of using the stupid adaptor I could just get these air pods and that's sure. But I mean, well, I have headphones that work with my thing, but not having cables on your not having a court on your headphones, especially not even having a cord, connecting them is really, really nice. I mean, the funny thing is that my I had, I have a pair of your the normal iphone, air pods, whatever they're calling, and the sensor must be broken or something because it'll just randomly activate the voice control and start skipping around in my podcast or like like, like setting it to super slow speed or something like that. The air. The thing that happens to me with these actually is that you can double tap them to get Siri. And sometimes if I'm wearing them when I'm eating, if I like take a bite of potato chip or something really crunchy thinks that doubled have to. Which is not a huge deal. Technology. All right. Why don't you give us our music pick? And then we will say goodbye. I'll write music. Pick this week is a song by metric metric has new album out, and it is called art of doubt. Metric is a Canadian rock. I think quartet trio court. Another Cortec bass, guitar, drums, vocals and keys, and they've been around for a while. They've got a million albums. They're really good. I'm sure a lot of our listeners know them this song which I really really like is called risk. And I wanna play a part from the chorus and talk a little bit about why like..

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"cortec" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Looking at reform we have eleven counties and what we're doing is. We're getting more information to the judges. So if you stay in jail on a pre-trial basis, it's based on risk not wealth. You have two people. Get arrested for the same charges to people. Get arrested for a backup marijuana on percents. Five hundred dollars. One person doesn't should the sole reason that you stay in jail prior to here in being that you have the money. So we wanna do it basis because I think there's a benefit to public safe. Fifty. So that if you're a drug addict, you may not have the bond to get out. But if you're drug dealer, you do so we want to make sure that when we set bail that it's set based on the risk as opposed to. Well, how's it work out? So far, we are having some preliminary information come in right now from Monroe county has right now they're having like ninety percents success rate at showing up on what we're seeing very little recidivism on a pre-trial basis. So we will know within the next year 'cause we're having. Studied at the same time or collecting data to show that. It's working other states who've said our model after successful models. So it's always you never know having been a judge like you're safe to go out. You're not safe when you lock people up. The more information we can get to our judges and part of Cortec -nology we have supervised release system. We're we're getting the data in the background on that lit against. You're not just showing up in court. Well, you've got you've just got arrested for this. This is going to be your bail. So I think we're going to be able to make smarter safer decisions in the long run in. It's sort of even my county is you're telling me, it's an organic process. What Bill form looks like in one county may be slightly different another kind, and that's okay. Go here, we wrap up here. But how are we with a new crop of lawyers? I know for other words from about.

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"cortec" Discussed on Science in Action

Science in Action

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Science in Action

"It is working in an animal model, and there is a lot of work still to be done in order to translate this device to the clinic shipping. You can roll this out for epilepsy. Is this going to be the first you think of many options for this kind of implant in treating brain disease? I think so. Localized delivery is very important for a variety of conditions that affect the brain where also looking into delivering dopamine for Parkinson's disease, as well as delivering localized chemotherapy for brain tumors. George Mallory who heads the first human epilepsy trials in a couple of years. So there is still a way to go. This I vote was described in Sanford Vance's this week, following the links from our webpage the moment. You mentioned needles and Brian's. I wince with modern biological methods, though you can do quite a bit of neuroscience without ever going inside the skull by growing traces of brain tissue on glassware, study just out has been looking at the effect of the non. Cortec crystal meth on the brain using such a brain ship could sneak preview of the work when I was in Boston. A few months back guest of Harvard University's kit Parker, whose backstory includes a military tour of duty in Afghanistan where we started this, we were working on traumatic brain injury, and the idea was to understand the cellular level. What happens when an improvised explosive device goes off and you'll get a blast wave impacts soldier on the battlefield. I was in Afghanistan for the Mike wounded in Iraq by an idea and we started into this. So the idea was to build just enough brain so that we could replicate both the function and this function prior to and after explosive trauma and just enough brain for kit means a few thousand.

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"cortec" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"In that kind of school appeared at the same time he then went and kind of developed his own up that was later brought by google who's ensuring apple before that actually and then he was a product manager of google for couple of years before he switched to being an ethicist and then in twenty thirteen fourteen kicked off this whole like f cortec movement and i think that i mean before we on these apple investors remember that back in january two investors that have one half billion pounds invested in apple who said yeah we think like apple should be doing a lot more to kind of like curb smartphone addiction and is just me but maybe if you don't this might seem weird but i kind of figured whatever point you invest in apple i think that they want you to buy more devices and spend more time your device maybe if you didn't as a good thing you shouldn't have invested how many tens of millions of dollars you did in apple at that point but money yeah and also it's like thing like the best the new silicon valley cliche is to bash silicon valley and to say these things about and these things about and it's like yeah they're bad but why should we trust same people to tell us what good is nutrition harris will be hey go for war that's the good thing no maybe wanna use my phone to learn language or something don't tell me like what you're of like metric of goodies and i think so much idea of what is good time has been dictated by a really small amount of people in silicon valley and this is just an extension of a great deal of money and influence to be gained by becoming a leading voice in this kind of movement so it's wrong to say that time spent on a smartphone is time badly spent so grading movement time wellstone suggests spending away from the screen that's critical from someone helped to invent an awful lot of these tools are now forcing people forcing people to spend too much time looking at screens but then to flip it.

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"cortec" Discussed on Clockwise

Clockwise

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Clockwise

"It's time for up so two hundred thirty one of the clockwise podcast from relay fm recorded wednesday march seven two thousand eighteen got wise for people cortec topics thirty minutes no welcome back to clockwise the tech podcast that still thirty minutes regardless of that pesky daylight saving time or daylight savings time if you're in the us by the way got a spring for the sunday dan so don't forget that i've mom warming up the quads ready to jump amalgam of those first second there is a wire their legs involved now my my jokes ejected mehta that good well of course that is my leaguie cohosted dan morin and a it is time to introduce our awesome guess to my left is proprietor of core assistance it is just stirred beihai oh wait that's not your name it's just and michael hayder el everybody i'm doing great great to be here and to my left returning guests one of our very favorites editor at it pro today and podcasters incomparable as well as many other fine pursuits lisa schweitzer's back i lisa hi thank you for having me back at love this podcast we are always the way to tear it yes we are and we're delighted to get this show role and you know how it works we've got four topics we've got thirty minutes and i am going to kick things off pretty chile around here lately and i have digest got back my utility bill for the last month and it was not great give us a little high so i've since made some adjustments i have a smart thermostat but it is not the nest learning thermostat it is eko bees or echo be depending on how you pronounce it the thermostat i'm curious do you have a regular all thermostat that has a little bit of a inside that when it falls and brakes everything goes wrong or you of a newer thermostat or something between or smart there i i'm just i want to know about your heating in.

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"cortec" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from npr news the world has made huge strides in ending child marriage over the past few decades back in the 1980s one out of every three young women were married is teenagers worldwide today it's fewer than one and four than in some places the fight against child marriage has stagnated like mexico james frederick has this report from the southern state of oaxaca in this stuff he to room community center a dozen or so young women sit around the big tables swatting way pesky nancy their shy of first but quickly loose ah twenty one year old land single and feels pressured the komo gay yet the day she says people will come up to me in the street and ask how old i am and then tell me i'm getting old they'll say right to my face don't you think you're being left behind these women are mix of tutors and students in an education programme and their town of cortec assault us which helps young women finish primary and secondary school online getting an education is a huge challenge for young women here yep then north up i forget what buffett liatti author sell us tina says they're community makes them feel like women are meant to study race kids is this idea that you'll get married so there's no reason to study dropping out of school for marriages common by the time girls are fourteen but happens as young as eleven or twelve i am of what we want to i mean us progress yellow go sia it happened at fifteen she'd been friends with high may and school but when things progressed dating wasn't an option phone companies out on it was a big because my father was very possessing jerry i don't even know how how things the hina said to me why don't we get together kept honest i don't know how i persuaded me that i accepted unlike the rest of the world child marriage rates have barely fallen in mexico in the last thirty years that means today nearly one in five girls marry before they turn eighteen marrying young they're more likely to be poor less educated and suffer domestic violence and like most young women here grefe you'll never legally married instead she entered an informal civil union a very common practice here.

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"cortec" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"They can just went in so many different ways there an excellent defensive club offensively they can execute but the x factor is bonsey calls of this path to many people at any level pro college high school where they can put a guy out in the cortec an average of double double these this a special player third time as the charm for notredame their third trip to the maui invitatinal for the first time they are the tournament champs they rallied sixteen and beat wichita state sixty seven to sixty six were malcolm huckabee i marquess to share right here on your home court for college basketball ballots send it back to j reynolds in the studio tennessee thanks so the number thirteen demon country gets a key win at the maui invitational bonsey calls for notredame 25 points eleven rebounds as 11th pereira game with 20 points ten rebounds most of any active major conference player as for wichita state have lost five straight games against ap ranked opponents also at the maori jim maui invitational showman out of course the the hosed they beat qiao ninety six to seventy two eighth win for shaman on their first win since beating taxes in 2012 and the 24 boyd went cal largest wind against the deal one team in shamanov history what are used to be team age than there was bad blood what do you think now or what's his mom think that's next espn radio welcome into another version of my commit a forget it it's goalie can wing i'm not saying that incorrectly that is a little and saying gourd you winger beginning.

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"cortec" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"But i'm not mad tech guy three in a single add tech person in the company and so i call john i go john could you come over our office and may be tell us a little more about what you do and so that's march january's the board meeting and by june on the com is going to invest in the company john nelson the ceo of organics' could joint going to join the board this guy named steve cattlemen's in our product advisory group and we figured out that the business is to actually apply this cortec into this multi attribution problem this became known as the first dmp aggregate knowledge because of that reference phone call from john donahue created the industry of dmp we actually already built it but no one knew he had built it because we used it for the wrong damn thing so one thing the story i don't think is tremendously reduced level is not a lot of times that a ceo walks into a board meeting as as i need to find a new business aide doesn't give fired be gets enough time to figure it out and then see gets the lucky reference phone call that is the new business literally land in his desk and so that was a crazy six months la la endeavor why was the recommendation system is a service the first that that first idea wide was that such a commodity business that sounds like a business where you could build a mode by having a recommendation is a service this 10x better than everybody else you can't it turns out that the 8020 rule applies here very badly not in your favour the very simple thing gets you eighty percent of which you want i mean really it's just a simple yes our system could get you you know if you did the netflixing prize which was going on at the time so the best systems were a ten point percent lift will you know the thing you could build over weaken would get is sixty eight points.

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"cortec" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Were gonna shut him down there with whoever they could shut them down and now we have a little bit of that dynamic here going on with washington where it launch those dead love our said no way lonzo is losing to the wizards this week and marshon cortec got upset about this and he tweeted john wall is going to torture i am 48 shut them down he alonzo averaging thirteen points as games were three twenty nine and eight so two times he hasn't been a double digits one time well into it with twenty nine point two over under on ten i'm gonna go under i think you know he he's average and what 9 rebounds seven or eight assists i think he'll do well there but i think the point total we'll rebound john wall you know listen to become a focal point golden amount of john wall has done well against rookies he's played against usually doubling their score and they're assist so all safe on what point perspective here i'll go under the 10point look this thing with lavarch it's is remarkable that it is going into the season to the degree that it is and i want to set aside a few minutes to talk about that shortly but i like these over under so let's do these over under is one and a half teams that finished the nfl season winless the browns are all when seven the niners irwin seven either neither both let's say one does all go under winless you think we will one of them will not win a game it's only history here to i can't do it i can't think they scale it only happened once in a sixteen games scheduled sixday wants only once is no se no under none none i'm going to say no who they sneak out a win this is cleveland schedule they have minnesota this week than after choi home jacksonville at cincinnati at the chargers home green bay home baltimore at chicago at pittsburgh could the steelers not need that game is it possible that game will be meaningless to the steelers baltimore baltimore's not playing great either they win games or defense is good their offense is terrible chicago.

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"cortec" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"But for the first time in thirty five years four american women made it to the semifinals of the us open venus williams coco vandeweghe son stevens and madison keys the cortec millar a combined seven point three seven million from the grand slam so what is this all mean for women in the sport and the economics of tennis marketplaces in eu alert has been digging into the numbers i andy hay was the hour arts of four american women in the semis of tennis grand slam what is the impact on viewership and i guess since were witness into money advertising revenue right this is sort of a big deal this hasn't happened in the last thirty six years i actually wanted to get a little bit of context for uh tennis back then because it was a huge deal i i called pam shriver a woman who play during the i know play during that time she's nominees be and commentator she actually gave me a bit of context about sort of what we're seeing right now back in the late seventy than amid eighty it happen five or six times i actually played in two of them at the australian open american they we were the dominant country in men and women but here it came a little bit more unexpected to brag about it but i played in a couple of pretty pretty cool shriver actually called that the boom years of tennis and she said the television numbers were crazy in they actually did reflected to this day the highest number of viewers for us open was lat the last time it happened in 1980 one that year five point eight million people tuned in to watch.

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"cortec" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"cortec" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Don't need you that's what my my cortec says but i have to do the heavy lifting you see because the nego i had this really strong message going up to the cortex because for evolution for biology like to keep us safe we needed that an easing but the pathways from the cortex back to the nato us and everything's okay it's really not that strong because we don't need that for survival so we have to do that consciously ourselves we have to say we don't need joe but what i see was my clients and i know this because i could see i see it and i thought myself to is that we send we get you know the niggly get set off because they're by it is set off with emotion because that's a lot faster they cognis and so if you like inside he comes out of the blue because it comes before even think about it but it doesn't time there's always a trigger does not come out of the blue so we're already set off for already buzzing before our cortex before consciousness gets involved in wants a consciousness gets involved then you look around and my safe or not right but what happens is people say i don't see any danger but i feel dangerous keep pumping those hormone something's not right and that's why people stay anxious it's so easy it's not a mental illness and so easy to happen to anybody who thinks you that helpful to ever hear about it like that no no that's a little things disorder for years and it's it's never been explained that way to me it makes sense i mean i understood that came from somewhere in an obviously you can have normal i guess i make in the air quotes levels of anxiety and then there's.

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