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Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:56 min | 4 months ago

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"Seventy seven million dollars fifty two percent higher when compared to a year ago, NPD analyst Matt Piscopo said this is the highest tracks Ben for a May months since the one point, two billion dollars achieved in May two thousand eight. Hardware spending grew six percent. May Twenty Twenty one compared to a year ago? Yeah it hardware spending up to two hundred, thirty, five million said Matt. this is the highest total inmates in a month since the two hundred, thirty, nine, million total achieved in May twenty ten allow. Your charts game here go like this. This is sort of dollar sales. Not numbers of units sold number one call of duty, modern warfare number, two grand theft auto, five games beats own Dean Takahashi had an article basically pointed to this, and going like this is why Sony made this video like why? They opened their press conference with grand theft auto five right, and if you missed that, of course, they did that announcing. Announcing, there'd be new GT, and then idiot. Gamespot says, and that's as far as the playstation five reveal event. Rockstar Games confirmed that all playstation plus members on PS four. We'll get one million dollars. One billion GTE BUCK dollars whatever every month they play gt online until GT online releases in the playstation five. This money will be deposited into your Maze Bank account within seventy two hours after you walk any time. That's not all as the standalone version of a online launching. In Two thousand twenty one will be free for playstation five owners during the first three months of its release. It's not completely free, however, as it does, require playstation plus membership bud as you see right here with grand theft once again, being number two on NPD sales for with now going into its third console generation is going to be pretty big deal. Every playstation five owner gets it for free when they launch it. anyways I digress back to this number three animal crossing New Horizons Number Four NBA Two K., twenty number, five mortal combat eleven number, six red redemption to number seven minecraft number, eight final fantasy, seven remake number, nine assassin's creed, Odyssey and number ten star Wars Djeddai Fallen orcre. So you would like Jeff. Jeff Jeff Grubb Grubb says no giant breakouts, but people still buying them games plus. MSN like in. It seems it seems like the effects of everybody being at home, and being being stuck in place like it seems like those are still taking effect right like this being the highest Highest dollar highest dollar amount year since what two thousand ten like that's since May two thousand ten like. That's crazy like that's. Still in Saint see animal crossing the horizon, still being number threes also pretty wild man. People love the fruits. shit. I told my sister bringer peaches, and I haven't done yet number five gods and monsters. This isn't interesting. One are we saw? Gods and Demo leaked on stadium. This is Tom Phillips over at Europe Gamer to close out the rope report. In the early in Erbil in Erie in early build of Gods and monsters was available to play on Google Stadia last night, following a series slip up by the streaming platform, the unfinished demo version of ubisoft fantasy RPG was briefly available on stadia store listed under the codename orpheus. So of course people got to planning it as as expected. It looks like a cross between breath wild, an assassin's creed odyssey in the demo climbing uses a circular stamina bar, a direct copy from Zelda combat with big. BC's proxies definitely not found in the real ancient. Greece also looks similar to that of breadth of the while here. The protagonist tax are using store, sward, strikes and potions to refill the health bar. Ubisoft off has now confirmed the leak as coming from a year old demo of the game, and that it will show it will show its next official look at Gods and monsters later in the summer. The game is also getting a new name then to. Quote our vision for the game. Formerly known as Gods and monsters has evolved in surprising ways, which is common when developing exciting new worlds ubisoft Quebec exact mark. Alexis coat said in a statement issued euro game this footage from the e three twenty nineteen Demo, which was shown to select press last June and is now over a year old much has changed since then in terms of features tone are in character design, and even the name of the game we are hard at work on and very excited to finally show players what we've created the in the summer. Stadium in a statement initially to Kentucky also with Euro Gamer. Apologize for the League. Instead the demo had only briefly been available. regretfully. This is a quote on Thursday morning we mistakenly made an e three twenty, nineteen overshadow Gosden monsters from us off available on the stadium store that was not intended for the public to play a stadium spokesperson said. A few hundred gamers were the plate for less than thirty minutes. We sincerely apologize to our partners at Ubisoft, mistake and quote. What award you know, weird thing happen over there for Stadia. I. Really WanNa know what the story of Gods and monsters is like the development, because this is supposed to come out in February and it got pushed indefinitely, and the the fact that it has a name now that that they're working with and the fact that apparently the game is taking on like some sort of new form. How does how does that happen so late in development, I really WanNa know that seems crazy. Me but then yeah like also for stadium. That's not a good look like that is very unfortunate for service. That's like I was struggling. I. We're happy because right. There was conversations that Ubisoft men working with stadium. It was actually easier for people to work from home. They were investigating with Stadia. Stadia using the cloud to actually move demos around stuff like that. I wonder what switch got flipped how they got privatized, but at least it's not that big of a deal as a smaller game. It's actually cool I think that like hey. Every zoning up to this happened. It was thirty minutes. Sorry, the Games we'll hear about it more when you be soft talks this summer, but whatever? Yeah I'm going out right now. Blessing, we have breaking news. Going back to Star Wars, squadrons E- Star Wars has tweeted. Pilots wanted tune in for the reveal trailer of Star. Wars squadrons this Monday June Fifteenth at eight Am Pacific Time..

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

12:21 min | 10 months ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses STARTUP MO JO vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of uh legislation like the green new deal I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think. Yeah Okay so you can look at this and say look before you get it all crazy and think apple's making a flying car keep in mind that that apple already sells dj stuff so they might want to lobby for retail you. You know against the retail restrictions on the sale of drones They might not liked the some of the restrictions put on commercial uses because they use the. UAV's for mapping and that's all true. Do you go pay. Lisa Hellman from Hogan level WHO's started the commercial drone alliance to be your lobbyist. If that's all you're worried what about you you might have a more a more. I don't know more a more general purpose. Lobbyist for that sort of thing. It does doesn't apply to me that there's there's this is extremely namely important to apple and again not that they're necessarily doing flying cars but there's a lot of research into commercial uses of drones that maybe were unaware of especially when it comes.

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

12:13 min | 10 months ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses STARTUP MO JO vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of uh legislation like the green new deal I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think. Yeah Okay so you can look at this and say look before you get it all crazy and think apple's making a flying car keep in mind that that apple already sells dj stuff so they might want to lobby for retail you. You know against the retail restrictions on the sale of drones They might not liked the some of the restrictions put on commercial uses because they use the. UAV's for mapping and that's all true. Do you go pay. Lisa Hellman from Hogan level WHO's started the commercial drone alliance to be your lobbyist. If that's all you're worried what about you you might have a more a more. I don't know more a more general purpose. Lobbyist for that sort of thing. It does doesn't apply to me that there's there's this is extremely namely important to apple and again not that.

Microsoft apple Sarah FDA soccer Mojo vision Mojo US Institutional Review Board reporter Dean Takahashi UAB Lisa Hellman
"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

12:13 min | 10 months ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses STARTUP MO JO vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of uh legislation like the green new deal I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think. Yeah Okay so you can look at this and say look before you get it all crazy and think apple's making a flying car keep in mind that that apple already sells dj stuff so they might want to lobby for retail you. You know against the retail restrictions on the sale of drones They might not liked the some of the restrictions put on commercial uses because they use the. UAV's for mapping and that's all true. Do you go pay. Lisa Hellman from Hogan level WHO's started the commercial drone alliance to be your lobbyist. If that's all you're worried what about you you might have a more a more. I don't know more a more general purpose. Lobbyist for that sort of thing. It does doesn't apply to me that there's there's this is extremely namely important to apple and again not that.

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"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses Startup Mo Jo Vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of of a legislation like the green new deal. I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think..

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"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses Startup Mo Jo Vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of uh legislation like the green new deal I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think..

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"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses Startup Mo Jo Vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of uh legislation like the green new deal I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think..

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11:25 min | 10 months ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses Startup Mo Jo Vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of of a legislation like the green new deal. I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese. A lobbyist helmet also co-founder commercial drone alliance Bloomberg reports. That apple has lobbied the government since two thousand seventeen on unmanned aerial vehicles autonomous vehicles and unmanned aviation apple uses. UAB's for mapping and sells DJ. I products in the apple store and apple reportedly as a team working on satellites and this points to that being the case certainly think..

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10:58 min | 10 months ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses Startup Mo Jo Vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of uh legislation like the green new deal I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese..

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10:58 min | 10 months ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tiers you can pay for the extra content will include live sports Some soccer for instance coming in August and early access to the late night shows. You'll get those at eight. PM Eastern Eastern instead of having to stay up late and fall asleep all right. Let's talk a little more about those contact lenses Startup Mo Jo Vision demonstrated that a smart contact lens prototype at the venture demonstrated to venture beat reporter Dean Takahashi with provided a green monochrome micro the crow. Led display on a hard Solaro Lens. The Demo showed simple green words and numbers hovering over real world things. The prototype required an external battery processor to run and Mojo vision says any production version would probably require separate accessory for a data connection in and process it. The contact would need to be sanitized. Nightly charged by induction and be controlled by tracking. Mojo is conducting feasibility. LUDI clinical studies under the Institutional Review Board approval. It's also working with the US is FDA's breakthrough device program for medical devices Routers Roddick these in the RND stage but Mojo jobs to have a product in the market in the next two years. Now it's not a firm timeline. They're like yeah in two years we have have a product so don't expect on necessarily but this is interesting. This is gone from we could do to. We're doing now. We're doing maybe not practically but the idea is this can be wireless right now. It has to have electrical power fed to it from a battery So it you don't see pictures of this on someone's face 'cause I imagine probably looks pretty disturbing with power running into the contact lens but they think they can. They can make the battery power work if they can overcome that if they can eh this producible at scale They've got the technology working for it to wirelessly deliver an image to you and yeah if it it sounds like well just some green words hovering above real world things is not that revolutionary. They are pitching this as enterprise level. Stuff where it could just help label things in people at conferences that sort of thing and And visual accessibility. So that if you need a little bit of accentuation of things in your vision because your vision is impaired this this can help improve that. And that's why they're working with the FDA as well yeah this is the eventual solution. As far as I'm concerned for how a they are will work as seamlessly as possible. You know the the This particular bench be article pointed to color contact lenses. Some people still aware them but they were kind of feature back in the day and people are sort of like you know you wear may don't but they don't really do anything other than that. They're not helping you see better. But they're But they're changing something for you. The idea Tom. You mentioned Seen People's names I duNno. I forget people's names all the time. That'd be great you know like just very simple contextual information enough to be crazy enough to I don't have to go crazy about it but but but something that I'm wearing and whether I'm wearing it or not doesn't change how I look to everybody else that that that seems like where we're going. Oh you nailed it. Sarah the problem with Google glass wasn't that information wasn't helpful. Wasn't that information wasn't timely. The problem was you looked like a ding. Dong where is is if this can eliminate that then I think even a more scaled back version of some of this information will help people be into it confirmed firmed it's enabling red and infrared sensors for blood oxygen monitoring on the versa. The versa late the versa to the IONIC and the charge three users will begin to you. See Blood oxygen saturation data in the UP. which can also track asthma? It can look for signs of a heart condition and indicate breathing variation in sleep which is is an indicator of sleep apnea now if you don't realize it. One of the things that we're doing for patrons is a segment called live with where Sarah we buy a device. Sarah uses it for three months and then reports on it and the thing you're living with right now is a fitbit. Yeah yeah the the versus to is has become part of my life I don't think I have sleep apnea although I guess yeah right. Is Somebody somebody sleeping next to it. Probably be like your snoring ally. You probably should get look at but but Yeah the more anything that can be tracked and of course you can toggle this off based on what you're interested interested in and what. Your fitness goals are but But Yeah I'm I'm pumped about this especially because not that. I want to be told that you know. I've got a heart condition. But I'd like to know if my fitness tracker one but if you have one you want to know about it right yeah exactly. Yeah yeah ever really. We're really getting to the point where you know how many steps you take in a day. Well Okay you have your own goals. That's that's all kind of. That's sort of a personal thing. But but but real the health data based on something that you're wearing and is fairly innocuous and and out of the way is is is it's I don't know it. It kind of excites. It's me. I think that there is. There is a a real market here that I've seen in terms of adoption of these devices that it becomes a no brainer leaner. If there is vital information that you can know if there is preventative information that you know we can all make fun of. Oh I was moving my arm arm and gave me fifty steps but if it were able to quantify the idea that hey you should see a doctor and you should ask about these specific things and by the way here are hard here is at least preliminary data that you can give them that will that will get them to give you further test. That might reveal something big. Now you go from curiosity city and maybe over quantifiable a fetish for for a quantifiable data to something that could save your life on a realistic level and and that is important and good interesting to see them. Adding a feature like this through a software. Update something. They must have planned for these sensors. Are there these. Sensors can be used for other things as well. But I like the idea that you know you bought your fit bit for one thing and now I can do more. And you're not having to pay any extra for that. Microsoft announced plans to spend more than a billion dollars over the next four years to fund ways to reduce capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. You may yawn and say corporate trying to sound like a good citizen. This is more interesting. The more I read about it. Microsoft plans to use developments from the funding itself as part of its own goal to become carbon negative by two thousand thirty that means they would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than they admit and to have removed all the carbon it estimates it has ever emitted by twenty fifty now. I don't know if that goes achievable. But that's that's certainly a bold goal. Part of the goal is to be entirely powered word by renewable energy by two thousand twenty five helped him get part of the way there but they would have to be removing carbon dioxide. A large rate which right now is very costly Lee so Microsoft which has considered itself carbon-neutral since two thousand twelve by purchasing carbon. Offsets is charging it's business entities a fee based on their emissions. So they already do this. If you're making xboxes they charge you a fee for some of the emissions associated with making the xbox they will now start to charge its business units for emissions along the entire supply chain including consumers this will help fund this innovation effort for it. So the idea there is. You're going to get charged for the emissions of the electricity used by consumers who are using the xbox to play video games and that will put the pressure on them to try to figure out cheap ways to remove carbon dioxide to relieve those costs which is why they're spending a billion dollars on funding innovations in how to remove carbon dockside from the atmosphere because estimated Microsoft will admit sixteen million metric tons of carbon dioxide this year which at the current rate would cost them nine point. Six billion dollars is to remove Dang. Yes sorry B. R. B. Fan. I'M GONNA go set up a place to sell carbon offsets. Well no and I think that's what's interesting about this to me. It wasn't just like Microsoft is GonNa buy a bunch of carbon offsets. They're doing that but they're also saying we're going to put our money into people. People who developing cheaper ways to actually remove the carbon carbon dioxide. Not just this carbon offsets with sometimes criticizes a shell game. They want to actually create eight some technology that makes it cheap to to capture carbon or remove it in other ways. I think that this is admirable. I think that there is Obviously AC Microsoft wants to put their money where their mouth is in terms of clean energy. That is a full step in the right direction and I applaud the I think that however you think of of a legislation like the green new deal. I think that there's probably room for some You know a green moon shots. I idea is zing where technology technology in continued to affect our affect our planet in a way that goes beyond just damaging it with the carbon emissions. So I if if Microsoft wants to lead the way with this then I for one thing that they are doing a good job of two minds about this. There's part of me that it says this is a lot of talk. Makes a great press release and these goals. Don't strike me as easily achievable So it's great to say say like we're going to be carbon neutral for our entire history by two thousand fifty. It's a whole other thing to figure out how to make that happen. But there helping parts of this that that worked for me which is like actually charging your business units for the for the cost of carbon dioxide which is usually just externalised onto the rest of the world with no charge. That's that's pretty interesting. That's putting your money where your mouth is and saying. You know what we're not just going to wait for somebody to invent a way to make this cheaper. We're going to use some of that money that we're charging our own business units to fund people people to try to speed this along and hope that somebody comes up with a cheaper way to do this and famously look Microsoft his head one of the most revered are indeed departments. It's in all of technology for many many decades them turning some of that brainpower to this cause is something that we should have faith that they they will lead and innovate in. This apple has hired the head of law firm Hogan Hogan levels unmanned airport or aircraft system practice Lisa Hellman to represent apples interest in Washington in other words cheese..

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VR is always a coming attraction, but this movie deal might make it happen

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:19 min | 10 months ago

VR is always a coming attraction, but this movie deal might make it happen

"The not too distant future you can have your own mystery science theater three thousand style experience. Remember that it is actually back on Netflix. You can watch films with your friends you can make all the sarcastic comments that you want and you can do it remotely. That is the latest promise of virtual reality paramount. Mount pictures recently signed a deal with stop big screen to allow you to go to the movies remotely. Imagine geeking out over Star Trek beyond with a fellow trekkie on the the other side of the world. Just by slipping on your clunky goggles. Field that to get to the bottom of the house and wise here and see what else the VR companies are hoping will finally move this tech into the mainstream. We got hold of Dean Takahashi writer at venture beat as he was combing through the latest tech giant trade shows and he talked me through how virtual moviegoing would work. You're tuning in with an avatar image of yourself and You go into a specific room and there's a there's a cinema screen in front of you. It's like you're in a movie theater. You can look around and you can see other seats around you. You can invite your friends and their their advertiser there and then when you say something talk. Make a comment on the movie. The I can hear you so it's a it's a shared social experience. I kind of feel like for a lot of people watching a movie in your living room by yourself. Yourself is part of the joy of watching a movie. How much do you think? VR really adds to the experience here. There's certain kinds of shows where you want. Want to watch it with someone else. If you're a star Trek Fan it can be fun to watch it together with people on the same count and Watch watch with your family so if your kid has gone away to college but you still want to have some kind of shared experience you love watching movies You know why not do something like this. Get together Even though you're not physically in saint place is there anything that you've reported on or that you're seeing seeing that you think this is. This is going to lead to via finally breaking into the mainstream. I mean there's glimpses of technology that is coming coming. There's a Chinese company here is doing a at Vr headset. And they're saying that they can ship this for about four hundred fifty bucks so their name is Pie. Max So really. High definition basically yeah much richer experience. There's ways that companies like Nvidia are working on to sort of reduce the amount of processing power. You need to do. They have something where they would views I tracking to track where your eyes are looking on the screen and then they would render the image very sharply where your eyes are looking and then the rest of the images just looking at all blurry so sick of wasting their processing power Dean Takahashi who covers via gaming for venture. Beat I do you tend to find myself being just a little bit cynical about VR. It really seems like clever technology searching for a home but maybe some of the ideas that will finally make it relevant to more of us

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Criteria. Get promoted for a lot worse reasons in that is disrespectful to the woman who is getting promoted, maybe she is going to be better than any other communication liability in what your friends are hearing, and listen that the country is that they're telling them and I'm telling you, something's going to happen, when we come back, he works for venture beat. Writes for them dean Takahashi joins us. I read his piece about the new call of duty. It's first time I've seen someone in Silicon Valley circles saying, hey, this game might be too realistic it really disturbed and we'll talk to him next right now. Traffic portland. Tracy Taylor, so many blocking problems. I don't know where to start. So Washington state patrol reported an accident north of I five at the split right around seven oh, five, it's blocking all northbound lanes, again, reporting that traffic is diverted all northbound traffic onto east twenty sixth street exit and working to get some more info on the situation also hearing that this is going to be a while for this investigation on highway two three. This is out near cherry valley road. Southbound traffic blocked at high rock road, northbound traffic blocked off at cherry valley road, a stall on southbound four zero five after northeast fourth, you've got a crash in the right lane. Northbound I five at Bridgeport a stall in the center lane northbound I five at Lakeview boulevard, you're still working with the fire that's under the convention center that's causing nominally some lane restrictions. But a huge delay for. Drivers backups on southbound I five extended from one seventy fifth through the convention center. Northbound I five slow from the north edge Boeing field into downtown backups on the bridges more on that coming up here in ten minutes. Kiro radio realtime traffic, I'm Tracy Taylor. Kaby Mike Todd show the losers. Choose.

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Reggie beats dean Takahashi writes that he has often divided game companies into intentional and unintentional game companies. So intentional would be the ones you think of electric arts, Sony, XBox, etc. But platforms like apple Amazon, Google and Facebook he calls unintentional because the platforms were created for something else, but gaming then arose on those platforms, anyway, although with Facebook, you could argue they just bought Oculus, and that's really where the big games come in Facebook. But these are companies that weren't started to be game companies and are now becoming game companies intentionally for instance, recent examples are Google stadia where Google said, well, I guess gaming was coming into our platform. Let's lean into it apple with apple arcade. Isn't it? Other recent example, I know this caught your eye, rob. What is it about you about this this sort of metaphor that that fascinate you well, so the company I'm at now nimble collective where I'm the CTO. This is what we do. Right. So we are streaming company for animation systems so animators can get on and and access GOP. Based machines scream the renovation software. Do their work get do rendering of the work and get off. And it was interesting hearing the the the stadia live feed because the the introduction to stadia Senate very much like the entered in tradition to nimble collective. Utilizing the cloud lower cost on the on the client side, you know, he didn't eat as as expensive machine piece of machinery to operate the system. So all that was very cool. And they're. The ability to upgrade GPO's on the fly and perform at the performance rate of a cloud service like like, a Google and in focusing just on steady air from if the supplies. Everybody is a tremendous boon. If I remember the numbers, right? It was something like ten point eight Gigaflops. Which which is which is it's an astonishing number right to to have at your fingertips. What's interesting to me about this? And you know, since it's Google, and they own all of the data centers in the thing that I keep coming back to because I experienced this time is. Does anybody know steams traffic like concurrent users at something a couple of years ago was like fifteen million threes. I don't know what it is. It's high up there. That's that's a lot of instances to have in the cloud. Doesn't matter who you are if you're Google or Microsoft or whoever, but if you're expecting that sort of load on a system that's doing concurrent play. That's a lot of GP on standby. So I'm not sure if if if your your listener where I'm sure most of them are. But it takes awhile spin these things up. Thing of putting a computer or a server that's what's going on. So they have to be sitting there and hot standby. So so they have to be very good at predicting. How many users are going to have? And how many people are gonna be playing certain games at certain times. And have those things ready. So people aren't sigma frustrated waiting, and that's the part about this. That's fascinating to me. And that actually is a really good point. Because there is going to be a part where Google stadia won't work and somebody will be very frustrated because they're timing out there like trying to log on obviously, they can't handle it and the and the and the answer will be no it's not that. They can't handle it. It's that they predicted wrong. When you decide to log on and didn't have a Haji Buick eighty for you. Right. That's right. Yeah. So keep that in mind gap, and that will happen, but it doesn't undermine the concept necessarily it meant it. It's all a matter of whether they can solve that if this catches on the way that they think of catch on. I don't want a conversation here..

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"And they can listen in through shout cat server, and I remember there was like three to five thousand that would be listening to be listening every every shift, and it was it was a bit weird. Just kind of be constantly Beal say okay on this servant on this server. But. Like, I could totally see that sort of mentality, and that sort of creativity within the community be also done in the games like destiny or fortnight or or final fantasy or even no man sky would love to be able to see like something like a radio station with a no man's sky that you can tune into and it'd be like an organic thing that just sort of leagues this in this world in I think just like I would love to be able to. I think just little minor differences between sort of what memo's used to being what they are. Now. I think it just the the definition. I think even services sort of hard to build a define for someone who doesn't know. But if you just mentioned it as a multiplayer game people get that immediately right away. And that's why I think the industry released the games have evolved into and and I know this is being a bit reductive. But I feel like games service. Also limits the scope in a way where it is like, okay, cool. I know that if I'm playing divisions game is a service. I said that you already knew about games as a service. Right. You imagine. Okay. Squads three squads of four right that kind of thing. Whereas like, an Emo like you have the giant guilds that are filled with everything you're going out. And like, I think about like Yvonne line and the online people are having their with hundreds of people in different than this is scaling to away that you're playing with your close friends rather than maybe playing Emma where you can't you're playing with close friends, you're making close friends. Yeah. But you're also playing with all these other friends and things you've learned. It's not just about kind of like like strangers in a game. It's that you can build to connect with your friends. And that's where I think the evolution of multiplayer games. Have kind of gone. It's like, yeah. Okay. Great. I want I can feel the play and meet people online through these games. But I want to be able to with my friends, I want to play with my family, and the fact that do that one of the things that the destiny and with playing Nomex go with my brother, what what he did for me that I didn't realize it strengthened, the friendships and the relationships that I have with my brother, and with my frontier, I've known t for twelve years, and we just never we kind of lost connection. We were still friends, but we got to play it. But once we got jumped in the destiny allowed us to kind of rekindle that friendship, and my brother like he lives about like, maybe thirty forty minutes away from me, and it's a little hard for me to get them because I can't drive a lot obviously being blind. But also his time is just always KENDALL hooked up with his family and his career. So the fact that we are able to get him. We have been able to connect via these multiplayer games. That's where I think I love about sort of the evolution of this. Because. I played it in like matrix online. I didn't know anybody that was in there except of the guild that I was connected with the clans that I was going to with. But now, it's like I can I can have that same experience and enjoy it even more with friends and family. There you go. It's not a dirty word. It's just a different word number two on the rope reports Sony's officially killing the take to rumor this is from dean Takahashi over adventure. He reports takes you interactive stock price mysteriously rose five percent Wednesday on rumors that Sony was in advanced board level talks to.

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Four point, oh, you can come to twitch dot TV slash kind of funny games from ten AM to ten PM party down with us as we continue to raise money for the world tour the crazy things we have stretch goal stuff. Like that. A lot of people asking me idea is going to be that tomorrow. You get kinda funny games daily. Ten o'clock. Start the stream you get KF af live and then right after that. We'll roll into the haters. The updating the stream here the fundraising goals. Here's here's this happening and a whole bunch of announcements for the kind of world tour did some get published on the internet today without us knowing. Yes, but we roll with the punches here. All right Barrett. Yeah. We do exactly our sponsors today or quip in early in blackout. And guess what? I ordered my quick right before the show pretty cited. But first, let's start the show with what is an forever will be the Roper. Did it did it? New news. I feel you remember in blues brother's reference only Chicago boy, Joey, brother. Yeah. Of course, when Baluchis checking out any they make them sign the thing. But it can't cross that line. So he does the lean across. That's what I'm doing after tiller got me. Yeah. Game where I'm like, I'm hovering over it. But like trying to give him enough for the Portillo keeping you wanna need to do is get a bed for him. He's put him on the table for. That'd be is. If he would stay there. That'd be pretty good. If we got a nice little barrier. What do you do during the show right now right now during a new story, what do you do take time codes? I make sure that everything's running in review. You've already started the time code, right? What I want? You to do is go get his bag off the floor in my in the next to my desk in the kind of funny blanket and bring them to meet while I read our first new story just toss him on the side. And I'll get to the news story. Oh, can you hear all that get the get his bag and the blanket I'm gonna try putting on the table for the first time ever? I story on the road. Either say that five times in the report bakers. Okay. Mentioned what's up everybody walking? Net ease has invested in Quantico dream. This is from dean Takahashi adventure. Beat for the past twelve years quantity dream has been making exclusive video games like Detroit become human in heavy rain for the PlayStation four..

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"It seems that i had called coming everywhere but switch because this is a game you know will not this one but the last sonic racing game right was on vitas well and all that also racing transform i was really excited but it's also a little about is it's just sonic characters gracing and the other one i'd allstar so that was like say gall stars or something i liked i enjoyed that yeah we'll see i never played the last one so i do like a good the last one and i didn't love the way you asking me a sonic raciness coming to switch the question yes it is fuck ya okay ps for xbox one switch and pc this winter according to end gadget cool perfect because this is the type of game that i wanna play just randomly on a plane for the rest of the for a whole ship away like do a couple races and go back mario party i still go back to you grinding on it yeah a long time i'm familiar with these tracks and we got the opportunity to see it up close and personal but we can't have questions until next week still very much embargo i'm not gonna say anything business number seven you're on the rope report guess what's coming back everybody the in television for some fucking reason they're gonna make a new concept pettis like super stoked of course he is i'm gonna read from their press release i before andrea put some stuff from dean over adventure be on television entertainment is produ announced that it will bring the concept of simple affordable family in fun back into homes across the world miss those things go world with the introduction of a brand new video game console the television system named we'll carry on the company tradition of i with its new concept design and approach to gaming that's pretty much where the information about the council on video games live creator in thirty year video game industry veteran tommy taylor rico has been named president of in television entertainment as the company turns its focus on a rebranding in reimagining for the twenty first century while still paying homage to its legacy routes details on the new console be released on october first twenty eighteen then over adventure bt dean takahashi had these things tolerate co has relaunched the.

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Intellivision plans a revival with a new game console

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Intellivision plans a revival with a new game console

"It seems that i had called coming everywhere but switch because this is a game you know will not this one but the last sonic racing game right was on vitas well and all that also racing transform i was really excited but it's also a little about is it's just sonic characters gracing and the other one i'd allstar so that was like say gall stars or something i liked i enjoyed that yeah we'll see i never played the last one so i do like a good the last one and i didn't love the way you asking me a sonic raciness coming to switch the question yes it is fuck ya okay ps for xbox one switch and pc this winter according to end gadget cool perfect because this is the type of game that i wanna play just randomly on a plane for the rest of the for a whole ship away like do a couple races and go back mario party i still go back to you grinding on it yeah a long time i'm familiar with these tracks and we got the opportunity to see it up close and personal but we can't have questions until next week still very much embargo i'm not gonna say anything business number seven you're on the rope report guess what's coming back everybody the in television for some fucking reason they're gonna make a new concept pettis like super stoked of course he is i'm gonna read from their press release i before andrea put some stuff from dean over adventure be on television entertainment is produ announced that it will bring the concept of simple affordable family in fun back into homes across the world miss those things go world with the introduction of a brand new video game console the television system named we'll carry on the company tradition of i with its new concept design and approach to gaming that's pretty much where the information about the council on video games live creator in thirty year video game industry veteran tommy taylor rico has been named president of in television entertainment as the company turns its focus on a rebranding in reimagining for the twenty first century while still paying homage to its legacy routes details on the new console be released on october first twenty eighteen then over adventure bt dean takahashi had these things tolerate co has relaunched the.

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Investors out there this is a interesting and sexy asset class we know what that usually means for returns and there's a lot of there's a lot of zeroes so usually the when i asked this question of people that are in this world they say nobody should be an angel investor unless you unless you're just like have some super special set of circumstances so different way of asking it is coup of the of the broad general categories from individual investors to ultra high net worth investors to whoever else you want to categorize should and shouldn't invest in venture just in general says hey the biggest driver venture success as a willingness to have a long horizon i mean it is the asset class where you have to take the most on faith for the longest amount of time you're buying actually quite literally the longest dated furthest out of the money options the the you know you can buy in in all of the firmament of assets i believe in so having that high tolerance for risk illiquidity in horizon is a really rare kind of true trio i used to say that makes it a particularly interesting asset class for endowments this is the kind of swinson line but again with respect to don't try this at home you look at the team at yale and the core that team has been together since in some cases tim sullivan the private equity has been there since the mid eighties dean takahashi has been there since eighty one swiss are you of this amazing persistence and institutional memory then i look at their other endowments who i've there's this one school that we'd all be happy to and proud to send our kids to is gone through seven generations of private equity guys and every time there's a new sheriff in town you know all the managers rank shis and you know i it starts to i think erode franchise so the right endowments are important in then high net worth who have an entrepreneurial outlook so think more like principles and agents that's where he gets some of the problems in institutional investments is if people think too much like agents and they want.

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"dean takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dean takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Investors out there this is a interesting and sexy asset class we know what that usually means for returns and there's a lot of there's a lot of zeroes so usually the when i asked this question of people that are in this world they say nobody should be an angel investor unless you unless you're just like have some super special set of circumstances so different way of asking it is coup of the of the broad general categories from individual investors to ultra high net worth investors to whoever else you want to categorize should and shouldn't invest in venture just in general says hey the biggest driver venture success as a willingness to have a long horizon i mean it is the asset class where you have to take the most on faith for the longest amount of time you're buying actually quite literally the longest dated furthest out of the money options the the you know you can buy in in all of the firmament of assets i believe in so having that high tolerance for risk illiquidity in horizon is a really rare kind of true trio i used to say that makes it a particularly interesting asset class for endowments this is the kind of swinson line but again with respect to don't try this at home you look at the team at yale and the core that team has been together since in some cases tim sullivan the private equity has been there since the mid eighties dean takahashi has been there since eighty one swiss are you of this amazing persistence and institutional memory then i look at their other endowments who i've there's this one school that we'd all be happy to and proud to send our kids to is gone through seven generations of private equity guys and every time there's a new sheriff in town you know all the managers rank shis and you know i it starts to i think erode franchise so the right endowments are important in then high net worth who have an entrepreneurial outlook so think more like principles and agents that's where he gets some of the problems in institutional investments is if people think too much like agents and they want.

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