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"deb johnny depp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:29 min | 4 months ago

"deb johnny depp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Running of the Indianapolis 500 Sunday at 11 Eastern on Lee on NBC. So I mentioned what happened last night. Bucks Heat Suns Lakers Nuggets Blazers That'll be coming up Some phone calls here. Let me start with Jeff in Detroit. Good morning, Jeff. What up, though once off a chat roll what's happening, fellas? Listen, Dan, as you were talking about the next first of all shot out to Marvin. I love the beginning of the show. But you guys were talking about that. Nick's And I'm wondering what would a hard core New York fan like which either who follows you on Peacock? Which one would he want purse? The NBA championship for the Knicks or the Jets to win a Super Bowl. I'm going to guess Jets, but I don't know, but thank you. Thank you, Jeff. I mean, I'm I don't know. I'm gonna guess. Rich being a lifelong Jets fan. 73 the last time for the next 69 for the Jets. So maybe the Jets, I think Rich would be happy if they just settle on a really good quarterback like we just had a good quarterback. How about a wild card appearance by the Jets? Don't wanna get too greedy here. Rick in Florida joins us, Rick Thanks for holding what he have for me. Well, I looked into the discussion about Russell Will Westbrook in the popcorn. And I think I think it will broader scope than that. I think that That Overall society. People talk trash more than they used to. You see the street you could be a principal of the some of yelling the similar things or This is rude, and I think that because it happened to someone that's his public is a brussel, which shouldn't happen. Way kind of get my Opie can focus on. This is a sports problem. This is the sports and fans problem, But really, it's not. It's ah, it's overall societal problem. How we address each other. All right. Well, thank you, Rick. And you're probably accurate. You know, I try to keep it in the sports world, But yeah, probably. So. Yes, he did. You know, you can sort of spend your entire day if you choose to, um Virtually pouring popcorn, another people via social media, You know, it's really easy to dump popcorn and say crappy things to each other Social media then occasionally that seems to be Bleeding over into real life. More and more a little bit. Yeah, I think that Zoe Great point with Social Media Ryan in Maryland. Hey, Ryan, what's on your mind today? What was going on there. I'm still laughing at the intro by guys with the next but yeah, I was called him really to speak on the Russell Westbrook situation. You know, you guys hit it right on the head of farce. Social media again. I wouldn't be a celebrity on social media due to on the type of person that just have to say some of the back. I gotta do something back. So it's like, you know, I don't understand why big time celebrities even have social media. But with the watch Westbrook situation is just saddens me that people that still Doing this kind of stuff, and I remember after that run our tests incident when they went into the stands about Holly was talking about They might. You know, fans, they're not going to be satisfied until they bring basketball back toe with fans were like in in, like some type of cages like over the stands and whatnot. So I mean, maybe that's what they might have to do. But I really don't know if this is still going on. I mean, I don't know nowhere other way for it to stop, then other than that, or not left fans of the game's gonna have fans in there because of you know the revenue here and they used to have Cage. Back in the old days with the MBA. I think 40. They were called Cagers basketball player was called a cagier, but they had a cage. That you played in. I don't know if you can find some documentation on that makes absolutely immediately pull up an image. It's a got people crowding around a metal cage watching basketball. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. And you were known as a cage. Er, that was a good cager. Michael Cage. Former l A Clipper pretty eighties Reference. Yeah. Lot of people out there going. Yeah, I'm Michael Cage. All right. Great. He's tried driving his car going. What the hell? Oh, wow. Not even know. Younger people know Nicholas case, little Michael Caine? No. They know Nicolas Cage has anybody produced more movies that goes straight to video than Nicolas Cage. Because sometimes you go through the titles like you'll go to Netflix streaming service and you go. Where did he put out this move? Wait. Where did he put out family? They were probably five movies that I came across last week. Not trying to buy the way be Nicolas Cage, and I went Has he been in more movies than Morgan Freeman? Happily. I've got the last 10 years of Nicolas Cage's career, right? Inconceivable. Mom and Dad. That's the name of the movie. Yeah. Okay. Think conceivable that done up, Okay? They're all movies. Okay? The past five years, okay? The humanity Bureau. No. Mandy. Tremendous movie, So I'm not kidding. Mandy was awesome. Azahar movie, right? Yeah, it's a harm. It was phenomenal. What's not okay. Great movie looking glass. Between worlds. Score to settle. Color out of space running with the devil Kill chain Pribyl Primal, a Grand isle. Prisoners of the ghost land. Will he's Wonderland That's all in the past five years. I never sleeps, but I think he has to make all these movies because then the by castles that was that his bankruptcy is the best thing in the world. It's like a lottery winner. He's got, like, seven castles and three islands and, you know, 5000 sword collection, like all that sign is I'm broke. I got in a couple ex wives to Johnny, that's like that guy's got to get its financing. Yeah. Johnny Deb. Johnny Depp. Would you blow it on castles and swords or wine and women villas? I guess. Yeah, I probably do. I I don't know. I think given how much money they have, you could probably blow it on on the above fair, but the number of movie Johnny Depp's not doing movies where you go. You did that movie Nicolas Cage is doing movies where you go. It's like He's the Steven Seagal is the action hero of Nicolas Cage. Thank you. Just go. What He did that movie? Yeah, my club I ever heard a conversation where they might have been the backroom guys about whether the movie face off where he switch faces with John Travolta. Whether there was any realistic n'est that on some guy was a Yeah, I could see that happening. The number of people whenever I joke about face off, and they say, always great movie, I go. No, it wasn't. Oh, are you kidding me? Face off! Great. Go! Hand. What is great anymore? Give that's great. Like what Citizen Kane.

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"deb johnny depp" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

07:13 min | 6 months ago

"deb johnny depp" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"Nineteen none probably come to faster than retail. The transition to e commerce has been swift has been unprecedented. And there's a lot of changes in terms of how retailers are having to approach interaction with their customer yes moving to digital yes moving to online but also how do we keep loyalty. We don't get to see them in person. How do we compete with the big players like amazon who stepped up to such a massive extent during covid and be able to compete realistically in our own niches in with our own businesses. We speak this week with someone who has an awfully sharp take on that space. Deb johnny depp. She's the ceo of zion. Ones one is a a i based personalization firm in the bay area. They've raised some fifteen million dollars. And if you go on their homepage you'll see brands like men's warehouse and even some financial services firms that they've worked with this week. Johnny speaks to us about two topics number one. How is she seeing the retail world reeling and responding to cove nineteen. What are the changes that are happening. What's the perspective boots on the ground in retail. Secondly i think this is a really interesting. Take what is sort of the scale of maturity of personalization where can companies start. And how should they think about first projects for building recommendations in personalization into their experience. She lays out a number of potential use cases. Companies could apply as well as some rules of thumb about sifting and sorting through those projects and thought that they were awfully helpful. If you're interested in learning more use cases in terminology for a i in retail be sure to download our ai in retail cheat sheet. You can go to emc. Rj dot com slash r. e. t. One that's not like retail than the number one you can simply download our ai and retail chichi for free. It's a pdf guide. That hopefully give you some additional use cases on top of what you'll learn in this episode that's e. m. e. r. j. dot com slash our eighteen one without further. Ado this an awful fun episode and get a lot out of it. This is deb johnny. Deb with zayn one here on the a in business podcast. So did johnny. We're gonna be talking about the transitions forward in e commerce in retail world. You guys are in the cutting edge of recommendations personalization. But i think the space is fascinating by itself but we're now in this whole shift of covert era that we're not out of yet. Maybe you and i both would have thought by now. We would be but we're not. How do you see the e commerce world bending in shifting to accommodate customers in this new system. What's the zeitgeist changed from your perspective. One question daniel. It's been fascinating to see this. You know as covid hits you know everything into a bit of a lockdown shock. And all right. I think it has evolved into fascinating said those aspects. You know we see that. Governor actually publish says certain parts of the commerce spectrum sporting goods a groceries electronics exercise equipment really is at the forefront really sort of popping in regards to their performance had there is the brick and mortar stores that are suffering in having trouble because people are not as much in the malls. One thing that is common through across all of this really is that the move to digital what would have happened in three years really has been in a condensed time frame of six seven months. If you would where the direct to consumer revenue through ecommerce have really sort of evolved very fast has in fact. Put a lot of pressure on these folks to do a lot more very fast. I have conversations with you know very large grocers things that they were thinking with three years out in regards to buy online. Pick up at store area this functionality things. They've had to do it overnight. So there are things in technology that got in amazing push via day at a male just pure automation that would have been much further out happening in a month. Timeline yes so we're seeing. I think this common idea of this being an accelerator to existing digital trends. I think is true as true in retail ecommerce says anywhere else in the if not more so clearly. You're seeing that. One thing that i think is easy for a layperson to observe or even a market researcher like myself to observe. Is that many of the firms in the mid market or even smaller large firms mostly or in integrate many cases seem to be kind of modeling the functionality of the big players who are a little farther along you mentioned pickup app store or whatever. I don't know how long ago was that walmart. Put that stuff out. I imagine they were somewhere on the cutting edge there. there's all kinds of maybe online promotions. It folks are doing. What are the kinds of new ideas that are that are entering this space. And what percentage of those are directly inspired from whoever they looked to as bigger competitors versus drawing from other industries. What are you seeing. Start to populate the new capabilities space of digital so. I think you know this has been to a certain extent a little bit of a if you would the covid evolution for mid market to the lighthouse customers. If you will because now the common languages everybody got to be digital ride. So the pressure is equal in regards to the sort of evolution. So you know the things that we are seeing. You know Commerce right. it's a big one. You know the adoption off you know. Cb's customer data platform so that they understand the customers in a common way has become very part of the conversation the deployment of a and m. l. technologies that allow them to react to these customers. Sort of better. In a more competitively you would has become part of that conversation. All of them sort of leading to so the what does it take to get that edge in very pressurized environment which sort of covid has enabled so to a certain extent. We are seeing the tips off a new things that are coming along such a stash less commerce such as the rise of data the rise of aml technologies and so on so forth. Yeah i guess this kinda leads us in the direction of the next question which is what the the maturity in life cycle of those technologies actually looks like because a lot of firms are just making this wild swing into digital. Everything's moving so much faster than maybe they would have presumed and they're thinking about where to get started. I think a lot of people admire what amazon does but there's so many things amazon doesn't mean we can leave the warehousing and logistics out of it. Just talk about customization terms of your email prompts in promotions customization terms of. What's on your homepage. What's on individual product ages on your add to.

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"deb johnny depp" Discussed on AI in Business?

AI in Business?

07:13 min | 6 months ago

"deb johnny depp" Discussed on AI in Business?

"Nineteen none probably come to faster than retail. The transition to e commerce has been swift has been unprecedented. And there's a lot of changes in terms of how retailers are having to approach interaction with their customer yes moving to digital yes moving to online but also how do we keep loyalty. We don't get to see them in person. How do we compete with the big players like amazon who stepped up to such a massive extent during covid and be able to compete realistically in our own niches in with our own businesses. We speak this week with someone who has an awfully sharp take on that space. Deb johnny depp. She's the ceo of zion. Ones one is a a i based personalization firm in the bay area. They've raised some fifteen million dollars. And if you go on their homepage you'll see brands like men's warehouse and even some financial services firms that they've worked with this week. Johnny speaks to us about two topics number one. How is she seeing the retail world reeling and responding to cove nineteen. What are the changes that are happening. What's the perspective boots on the ground in retail. Secondly i think this is a really interesting. Take what is sort of the scale of maturity of personalization where can companies start. And how should they think about first projects for building recommendations in personalization into their experience. She lays out a number of potential use cases. Companies could apply as well as some rules of thumb about sifting and sorting through those projects and thought that they were awfully helpful. If you're interested in learning more use cases in terminology for a i in retail be sure to download our ai in retail chichi you can go to emc. Rj dot com slash r. e. t. one that's not like retail than the number one. You can simply download our ai and retail chichi for free. It's a pdf guide. That hopefully give you some additional use cases on top of what you'll learn in this episode that's r. rj dot com slash. Our eighteen one without further. Ado this an awful fun episode and a lot out of it. This is deb johnny. Deb with zayn one here on the a in business podcast. So did johnny. We're gonna be talking about the transitions forward in e commerce in retail world. You guys are in the cutting edge of recommendations personalization. But i think the space is fascinating by itself. But we're now in this whole shift of the cove era that we're not out of yet. Maybe you and i both would have thought by now. We would be but we're not. How do you see the e commerce world bending in shifting to accommodate customers in this new system. What's the zeitgeist changed from your perspective. One question daniel. It's been fascinating to see this. You know as covid hits you know everything to set up a bit of a lockdown shock and all right. I think it has evolved into fascinating said those aspects. You know we see that. Governor actually publish says certain parts of the commerce spectrum sporting goods a groceries electronics exercise equipment really is at the forefront like really sort of popping in regards to their performance had there is the brick and mortar stores that are suffering in having trouble because people are not as much in the malls. One thing that is common through across all of this really is that the move to digital what would have happened in three years really has been in a condensed time frame of six seven months. If you would where the direct to consumer revenue through ecommerce have really sort of evolved very fast has in fact. Put a lot of pressure on these folks to do a lot more very fast. I have conversations with you know very large grocers things that they were thinking with three years out in regards to buy online. Pick up at store area functionality. Things they've had to do it overnight so there are things in technology that got in amazing push via day at m l. Just pure automation. That would have been much further out happening in a month timeline. Yes so we're seeing. I think this common idea of this being an accelerator to existing digital trends. I think is true as true in retail ecommerce says anywhere else in the if not more so clearly. You're seeing that. One thing that i think is easy for a layperson to observe or even a market researcher like myself to observe. Is that many of the firms in the mid market or even smaller large firms mostly or in integrate many cases seem to be kind of modeling the functionality of the big players who are a little farther along you mentioned pickup app store or whatever. I don't know how long ago was that walmart. Put that stuff out. I imagine they were somewhere on the cutting edge there. there's all kinds of maybe online promotions. It folks are doing. What are the kinds of new ideas that are that are entering this space. And what percentage of those are directly inspired from whoever they looked to as bigger competitors versus drawing from other industries. What are you seeing. Start to populate the new capabilities space of digital so. I think you know this has been to a certain extent a little bit of a if you would the covid every for mid market to the lighthouse customers. If you will because now the common languages everybody got to be digital ride. So the pressure is equal in regards to the sort of evolution. So you know the things that we are seeing. You know commerce right. It's a big one you know the adoption off. Cd b.'s customer data platform so that they understand the customers in a common way has become very part of the conversation the deployment of a and m. l. technologies that allow them to react to these customers. Sort of better. In a more competitively you would has become part of that conversation. All of them sort of leading to so the what does it take to get that edge in very pressurized environment which sort of covid has enabled so to a certain extent. We are seeing the tips off a new things that are coming along such a stash less commerce such as the rise of data the rise of aml technologies and so on so forth. Yeah i guess this kinda leads us in the direction of the next question which is what the the maturity in life cycle of those technologies actually looks like because a lot of firms are just making this wild swing into digital. Everything's moving so much faster than maybe they would have presumed and they're thinking about where to get started. I think a lot of people admire what amazon does but there's so many things amazon doesn't mean we can leave the warehousing and logistics out of it. Just talk about customization terms of your email prompts in promotions customization terms of. What's on your homepage. What's on individual product ages on your add to.

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