19 Burst results for "Denso"
Xerox CTO Naresh Shanker
"Shankar? Welcome to tech nations great to speak with you Becky Beta looking Russia. I thought we'd begin with your current post. A lot has changed since the last time you and I caught up you you are now the chief technology officer of Xerox with a remarkable purview that includes rnd as well as running the technology function more. Generally speaking at that company and what an interesting time to be Xerox eight organization that is going through quite a renaissance at present isn't and I thought maybe you could take a moment and describe. What was it about this opportunity that attracted you to make the move over to Xerox? Yeah Thanks Peter so one I mean Xerox has had a very a very richer I'd say in its hundred year history history of both in invention and innovation It's it's really amazing. Run and What really intrigued me me about? The opportunity was I have the unique opportunity to transform and revitalize the Brandon Business from and a business model and Also you know digital transformation perspective So that is number one fundamentally transforming business so that it's easy for customers to engage And also consumer technology as a company. So that's point number one. The second aspect of the role also exciting was actually the the opportunity to actually transform the the product portfolio across The Workplace Solution Landscape the graphics landscape and All of the new sciences That will help us. Transcend the print franchise and so the opportunity to also launch new lines of business business and create a value Is really a huge opportunity. That I thought was quite exciting so on many different levels food this role and opportunities quite unique so So I don't you know I have to give this a shot because it's Really of very unique opportunity and an exciting opportunity and Off The brand is a monkey brand highly respected in the industry and so wiped out You know Why not and so? That's what brought me here and And I'm looking forward to the run because I see the Mike Three five three and five years being really really exciting to transform the brand at many different levels. Why I'd love to get digging a little deeper in a rush Ashton transformation and you've alluded to some of the areas in which you're hoping to your for example transcended print franchise use your your words to Get into workplace Klay Solutions Graphics New Leverage New Sciences. I wonder if you can tak- maybe a couple of those examples and he'll back the onion a little bit further and describes describes what you see in terms of the pathway with some of those whereas whereas what will be the sources of innovation and what complexion do they take. Okay so when you look at the the print franchise which is our CO business and workplace solutions and graphics We now see ourselves moving moving into a whole new range of sciences to take advantage of close to. I'd say a fifth approximate fifty five plus billion dollar market opportunity That is ahead of us in all of these new sciences so if I look at Beyond the CO business in the areas of packaging In the areas of packaging of you know there are new sciences around direct object printing in line marking All of these new areas areas that potentially are adjacent seas and also moving into the packaging. Cite Ah the digital printing packaging side of business so automobiles will be adjacent agencies to the core business of the next set as an example and then the next set of businesses that launched As an example is it was basically a starting with treaty. The treaty additive manufacturing business predominantly focused on liquid metal That is a very very Interesting technology it's highly disruptive and What's unique about the technology it's fundamentally revolutionizes manufacturing and and Both around speed around speed cost and reliability of what we've done in the liquid metal space is We both technology Where we can actually absorb the low cost and put in take off metal aloys that are commodities and Begin produce high-quality production pots that that have tremendous integrity and density in terms of the materials that we print of low cost reliability and also the speed and so it's a huge value proposition and So that's that's a classic example in terms of Directionally How you meet? This is in the additive space. And you couple that with the treaty software. That now aroused us to design predictive models And also pest invalidate the composition and the quality of those models before they even get printed so the treaty. Ai Software that's going to be coupled with the hardware and creates a very unique value. Did you proposition so so we able to print not just parts that are denso The fast and CHEAPO and and in compared to those made from metal powders right which typically has been where most of the industry has been investing it and and And so what we've been able to Actually mitigate is a lot of the other technologies around metal. Powders you know have long again. The Post production processes Procuring and be powdery. Well we don't. We don't have that complexity. Actually that comes with a post production process and so big knowledge again in the faster cheaper and Much Mo- so What I call it? Preserves the integrity and the density of the the materials have been used So it's a very very exciting play In the three D. space and to produce a complete three sixty experience of to really address what I call the on demand nature chill of manufacturing since we live in an on-demand instrument economy right You pay for what you consume and you'll pay when you consume Emmett
Cleveland Browns, Dayton And Odell Beckham discussed on Woody and Company
"And well camp is under way isn't it after the Cleveland Browns they had their first day of practice today in Berea training camps gonna get going by this Sunday all thirty two NFL teams are gonna have there's under way at least one or two practices out for the bangles have an open camp Saturday in Dayton gonna do a free practice open to the public back to the Cleveland Browns today all eyes were on Odell Beckham junior I mean this is first training camp with the first day of training camp with the Cleveland Browns and you know these teams do eleven on eleven drills it's best on best in for the Cleveland Browns on defense tends award out of Ohio state it is probably the best cover corner in so they were they were battling all day today and the cool thing that Dobbs a lot of these teams do on social media as they show plays from the eleven on eleven is just a for on there you know at Cleveland Browns had a couple of them and Denso ward was holding his own against arguably one of the best receivers in the league and so after today's practice which won a little long in free kids like look I'm gonna practice these guys until we get things right now he Jackson was always about let them off early and let them kinda do whatever and that's probably kind of where they went on sixteen but probably Hitchens was asking about the match up that everybody's good looking to see a practice this week and for throughout camp and that's ward versus BJ I thank them because I want to hear that and I think that one of your day on the look for certain that bottle that's what training camp is all about so you guys can be seen guys who's gone wilt under pressure who's going to wilt under just come and so every day
"denso" Discussed on KOMO
"I will share with you. Probably gonna loosen listeners with this one. But. For many years. My hobby was racing bicycles. And road bikes and think turtle France, except we didn't go very far, and we didn't go very fast compared to those guys. And it is a brutal sport, man. It is you know, that that is a sport. Even in the amateur ranks where the athletes die. I mean, I don't know how many of football players have been killed in the National Football League in throughout its entire history. But you can Google it maybe one probably none. Actually, I am not saying that football is not clearly people are hurt playing that game. However, I am here to tell you that a crashing a bicycle going forty miles per hour. There can be some pretty serious consequences to that. And one of the consequences is death. And so in in that vent the athletes perish. And as a tribute. When amateur athletes are killed in doing this sport than than it's the event is thereafter named after that person. And so. If you see something called like. Bradley Lewis criterion. Just understand that that something happened that that is named after a deceit. That's what estate planning attorneys would say. I can think of a lot of incidences in which there is serious injury to the athletes in the sport. And we have to here's what we have to. We have to ride our little bicycles all around town because we trained that's how we train and people do this sort of thing. And the worst thing that happens and the way cyclists are killed when they're not racing is people who are driving automobiles. And those people who drive automobiles there is something about the site of a man in spandex that send some people off the deep end, and I can tell you. I mean, you as a loyal listener, you know, that I'm I happen to be heterosexual happened to be an army veteran. I happened to be kind of cranky attorney. However, when I'm on a bicycle apparently, none of those things are true that I just listed because of the things that are. Yelled at me would indicate that I am just vile human being. And sometimes it goes to the extent that it's great anger that is sometimes violent because of what exactly and the anger seems to be orbited around the concept that if if you're in an automobile, and you come upon a bicycle bicycle is slowing you down unnecessarily like you're not getting to your destination as quickly as you would have had that person not been riding a bicycle on the road lawfully. And so we have to express our opinion about that. And it's always comical to me when people yelled stuff at me, and then there's a red light. So then that's my opportunity to go up to that person and knock under and now, it's my turn allow me to retort, and they're not nearly as brave without their automobile, shielding them. Now, the thing that baffles me is really if you counted all the minutes in your entire lifetime that a bicycle has slowed you down like I lost. How many minutes of my life from bikes like maybe it would be honestly, ten minutes of your entire life. But that's ten minutes. That's too much. And we must express our displeasure for that loss time in a way that is sometimes violence. How many hours or minutes minutes than ours? And even say weeks or months have you lost from delay caused by a motor vehicle in front of you were several. But yet not a peep about that. Nobody's throwing rocks at other cars, you know. Right. Denso irritation and inconvenience I there's no real point of that story other than to suggest as I have my opportunity stop being mean to people on bikes man, the people on pikes, man, that's your dentist. That's your milkman. That's the person that serving you coffee. They just happen to be wearing spandex on the weekends mellow out. Man. But the Interweb something we can practice law, and we can deliver legal advices and services without getting in our car and driving an hour and a half to see a lawyer. We can do it through Mr..
"denso" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Your answer will be I don't know. No. Actually, there's a lot on this. I can almost answer this. But I'm gonna let Isaac do it because he's a lot smarter than I am. Thank you for the phone call Frank Isaac before the big bang. What was actually there? Well, we don't know what was before the big bang. We usually there was no space at all. But we say about what was the universe like say. When the authors for it was actually Hoddle Denso and Hoddle, and we talked about cosmic microwave background with Asian. That's two point seven Kelvin really cold when that light was actually created, and what we call this the event of last scattering, the entire universe was actually about the density of the upper atmosphere, the sun, and it was the temperature of the atmosphere the sun, and that's actually it's fallback as we can see right now about three hundred thousand years at the beginning of the universe the universe because we can't see you're looking to a stall, basically the entire universe. Was this compact hot thing? Now, if we get better at detecting neutrinos, we look even further back but pass that Michael last scandal event, we can only extrapolate. What happens we can't see it? And hopefully, we'll be seeing that. But as to what happened before the big bang. We just don't know and the temperature at the moment of the big banks should have been while I was gonna say incident, but we used to say it's a pint temporal which is an insanely high temperature. Right. And I think for most as we head into this next break, the concept of everything that there is in our universe right now because of the planets and the stars and asteroids, and and all of the matter that we have the concept of all of that compressing down into something smaller than the head of a pin is the way people look at it like all of that mass. No, that's not the case. It's that things combined to make what we have. It's not that everything that we have was compressed down into nothing. It was electromagnetic energy where the different elements of gases were formed those combined, and and compressed and that is what created the universe from nothing from energy. It's not that everything was compressed. And then just blew up and and the stars were already in there. But they were just compressed. It's not the case. It's the opposite. It was created from what was already there. There was no not another matter. We think of as existing this time was actually in play that you couldn't actually have any chemicals until many thousands of years at the big bang, and you couldn't even have protons and neutrons that very interest in instant because it was just too hot, right? The forces existed that the grand unified, theories instance. And I mean, it's so speculate about what the circumstances war pilots, you those times because how would we check that a lab how do you make something? That's how the of the lab and we'd like to know because that's the fusion the energy. So and there's another there's another interesting thought that that I have which is how many I mean like right now as you, and I are talking how many universes how many big bangs happen that we never see because the math is just a little bit off. In other words, they literally go. You know, they start and stop ours was magical right ours happened to work, but how many times does a big bane occur. But the math is slightly off. So it just expands disappears. And and you know, I would think that it happens all the time. Quite possibly. I that's one of those problems as we don't have a motto for detecting, how many other universes yet it could be. We could really be the only one or there could be a near infinite number them, all even number of them. And how many of them had this is just different possibilities. The same innovation of OU divorce. Well, the same. That's right. Stop being different way. The speed of light was just one percent faster or slower or one hundred times faster level. And you know, how I might be a finite number. It's one of those numbers you'd you could wrap the entire planet and all the zeros you got tonight down to to list that number. Let me jump in right there. We're gonna take a quick break our guest tonight Isaac Arthur when we come back more of your phone calls. This is coast to coast AM stay with us. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred is and then Tonio, and I heart radio station. Here's some of the stories that we're following.
"denso" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Let's let's keep going down the line here. Let's go to Maryland. Let's go to Frank in Hollywood, Maryland, Frank you're up next on coast guys said it'd be back with you. My question. They brilliant or excessively dumb. John McCain year old what was. The sun and the stars formed. What was there? What do they cold black nothingness and could we determine the temperature? At that time at the start of the universe was one million. What we know as height. I your answer will be I don't know. No. Actually, there's a lot on this. I can almost answer this. But I'm going to let Isaac do it because he's a lot smarter than I am. Thank you for the phone call Frank Isaac before the big bang. What was actually there? Well, we don't know. What was before the big bang? We usually there was no space at all. But we say about what was the universe like say. When the authors fall, it was actually Hoddle Denso and Hoddle, and we talk about cosmic microwave background with Asian and how that's two point seven Kelvin really cold when that light was actually created and what we call it. The event of last scattering the entire universe was actually about the density of the upper atmosphere, the sun, and it was the temperature of the atmosphere the sun, and that's actually it's fallback as we can see right now about three hundred thousand years of the beginning of the universe athlete beating of the universe. Because we can't see you're looking to a stall, basically the entire universe. Choice was this compact hot thing? Now, if we get better at detecting neutrinos, we look even further back but pass that mocal last scandal event, we can only, you know, extrapolate. What happened 'cause we can't see it? And hopefully, we'll get seen that. But as to what happened before the big bang. We just don't know and the temperature at the moment of the big banks should have been while I was gonna say incident, but we used to say it's a plank temperature, which is an insanely high temperature. Right. And I think for most as we head into this next break, the concept of everything that there isn't our universe right now because of the planets and the stars and asteroids, and all of the matter that we have the concept of all of that compressing down into something smaller than the head of a pin is the way people look at it like all of that mass. No, that's not the case. It's that things combined to make what we have. It's not that everything that we have was compressed down into nothing. It was electromagnetic energy where the different elements and gases were formed those combined, and and compressed and that is what created the universe from nothing from energy. It's not that everything was compressing, then just blew up and and the stars were already in there. But they were just compressed. It's not the case. It's the opposite. It was created from what was already there. There was no not another matter. We think of as existing this time was actually in play. Then they couldn't actually have any chemicals until many thousands of years after the big bang, and you couldn't even have things like protons and neutrons that very first interest in instant because it was just too hot right all the forces existed at that point. That's where you could be grand unified theory, for instance. And I mean, it's so speculate about what the circumstances war. You know, pilot you those times because how would we check that alab? How do you make something? That's how the son of the lab and we'd like to know because that's the usual, unfortunately, free energy. So and there's another there's another interesting thought that that I have which is how many I mean like right now as you, and I are talking how many universes how many big bangs happen that we never see because the math is just a little bit off. In other words, they literally go. You know, they start and stop ours was magical right ours happened to work, but how many times does a big bane occur. But the math is slightly off. So it just expands disappears. And and you know, I would think that it happens all the time. Quite possibly, I that's one of those problems as we don't have a model for detecting how many other universes? Oh, yeah. There could be we could really be the only one or there could be on your incident number them or even an innocent. And I'm both them. And how many of them had this is just different possibilities. The same innovation of all evils. Well, the rules the same. That's right. Stop being once had different way. The speed of light was just one percent fast or slow or a hundred times faster or slow, and you know, how I might be a finite number. But it's one of those numbers, you could VAT the entire planet and all the Zillow's you'd have tonight down to to this that number. Let me jump in right there. We're gonna take a quick break our guest tonight Isaac Arthur when we come back more of your phone calls. This is coast to coast AM stay with.
"denso" Discussed on DLC
"Ten percent off. Wait school like. Based on it in complete sample. Indeed. Based on an incomplete sampling. We have not played everything these are our favorites. And I say this every year, but you know, this year feels like even more so favorites games. The resonated with us. Your mileage may vary. Let's start with you. We're gonna work through our top five games of the year starting with five working down toward one Anthony tower. Meena what is your number five game of twenty eighteen my number five best game of twenty eighteen is dead cells. Yeah. Yeah. I I really really really really really became addicted to deta tells did you beat it like the boss. Yes. How many runs it take? It took a while. I knew the combo I needed. I mean, I very much cheese. I you know, I had. Her it doubled turret has. Yeah. De love those turns baby. It's it just it was it was one of those games that you could pick up and play a run where you thought to yourself. Okay. I'm just gonna go for gold, Mike. I haven't really got really good items. I'm just gonna go for gold and or ourselves I mean, and you know, I'm just gonna go for upgrades. I'm going to try and upgrade different things. And then you get good items. And then you say, okay, this is this is the run or or you think to yourself. Okay. Will now I'm going to try and unlock different areas. Find different shortcuts. I don't care dinner is ready, babe. I have dual turrets at a minute. You definitely get on those good runs that you think like this is it, and then you make a horrible choice, you end up in the sewer and things are just blown up or whatever. But I yeah. Denso's is is a is if a- nominal game. And it's it is so surprising to me. How addictive it was even though there are so many. Like just few individual components like there. There's not a lot going on in the game. But you can make it varied. And unique by by how you choose to play. It just got a big PC patch to right. I think not yet on console. But I think the PC version got some plays play on console. I played it on PS four. No what I'm saying. Oh, the patch. The patches not on console got. I think the patch is only on PC, I guess pretty recent. But yet the game itself, very playable. I know Jeff you played at this is where you say it was your game of the year in two thousand sixteen or whenever you started singing its praises, right? I was just gonna say I went back and listen to our episode last year, and I didn't put Denso's on my list this year 'cause up put it on my list last year, not on my last. I didn't I didn't put a main list, but put it on my my dark dark horse lost. It was. For Jeff tries to play that game of like, all my hands above yours..
"denso" Discussed on TechStuff
"And it's not hard to build an application that can actually encode information the QR format. In fact, there are plenty out there that let you do it for free. He I, I've created several QR codes just for fun. I just use the website that you can in. There are several out there that you could just plug in your l. or even a short message, you know, and print it out. One of the things that you'll notice if you do that though, if you know you start playing around, you have something fairly short. The boxes are are considerably larger you. Once you've done this a couple of times, you can look at a QR code and go Kay. That one has a lot of text in it. And this one over here doesn't just by just by looking at it and just from the experience of having having played around with it, you'll be able to tell. But yeah, the Denso wave website has some information that sort of suggests that. It takes some special equipment and at this point they're so common that you know, you really don't need anything very special. I mean, you could you could print them out on on stickers. They don't have to be, you know, it could be something that you pick up at your office supply store if you wanted to do that, or you know, just the plain piece of paper that you put up with a piece of tape. It really doesn't take anything special. You just want to make sure that that there's not a lot of blurring, but even there marketing companies now that it's become common to use QR codes. For these purposes, marketing companies are starting to experiment with them and add things like color and designs within that because. Again, it's sort of depends on how much information you have stored in there. If you don't have very much information, if it's like a short URL the to your company, for example, you could put a design that's pleasing to the human eye in there. I've seen all kinds of things. I actually have John's sort of craning to see my notes. Here's what I'm showing him one with an elephant Nashville actually had an article if you wanna find it where there was made from a those written by Hamilton, Channa believe, and his company makes an iphone app that that scans QR codes. But basically you can do things like you can round the corners of the boxes. They don't have to be square. You can put images in there as long as it doesn't interfere with the message you're trying to do. You can. You can basically make them into re within reason. You can add some artistic qualities to it and still readable by a QR code reader. That's right. Chris, actually, I don't know who said the last thing. Tari is the one who gets to choose that, but whatever the case, I hope you guys just take a little break with me. Come on. Let's go here from our sponsor. Unlike the thank our sponsor Microsoft recently. Microsoft's sent me a surface go, it's the smallest surface. They've ever created surface device. I guess I should say it is gotta tinted screen. It's just over one pound in weight, and it's incredibly versatile. You can use it in tablet mode and it does all the things you would expect a tablet to do it, even has cameras in it including an infrared camera that allows you to use your face as your passwords. You hold up the tablet to your face and it unlocks it for you. But beyond this, you can also add peripherals like a keyboard mouse stylus and that really increases the utility of it. It creates a a real productivity device that you can also use for entertainment. I think it's going to be just the kind of gadget a use whenever I'm going on a trip and I need that lightweight gadget to access the documents.
"denso" Discussed on TechStuff
"I in car manufacturing plant, and you have very many pieces that you have to keep track of for an individual car and you make several different models of cars. So therefore you have a plethora if you will apply thera of car parts. Do you know what it means? So, yeah, you've got all these different parts and pieces and they all fit in different ways and you need to be able to encode that information. So you make it very efficient. Well, the barcode may not give you the flexibility you need because we call the barcode, a one d code, meaning that the direction is encoded or the information is encoded in one direction. Right. All right. So that one direction would be the fact you know that these little gaps between the bars that's where the info is encoded. You would want to create a different encoding device. Something that perhaps is that two d. code and two d means that you can you the information's encoded, both horizontally and vertically. So now you've got a much larger playing ground where you can create far more detailed information encoding than you could with the barcode. Yeah, that was the idea of the come up. The Toyota came up with actually Toyota subsidiary. Called Denso wave back in nineteen Ninety-four. They came up with this concept of a q. r code, which was a type of to decode now we should also stress QR code is not the only kind of to decode there are others as well. UPS uses a to decode, I believe on their packaging, but it's not a QR code. It's similar to it. It's the maxi code. That's the one they use so, but the concept is very much the same. It's the idea that you have this e any pricing. These is the that that box with all the little black dots in it, yes, I, it looks like there's usually three bucks is that are of well, there's always three bucks. There's three bucks are the have a little border around them at at the top right top left and bottom left corners. And then if you look carefully, you might see that there's a tiny little dot. That's a little bit set in from the bottom right corner that also has. A little border around it. Well, that's the QR code and the the information that can be sorting to QR code far outstrips that of a bar code. Yes. Now some people have said that they are three codes. They're not because you know, really there square and they're flat, so they're not when they say two d, they're, they're not talking about dimensions. They are tutti, but they're the they. But remember what? Jonathan was just saying directions and yes, it because the different directions, I think some people sort of started calling them that, but that's a, that's a sort of a slang term and it's not really technically correct? Yeah, in referring to, but I have heard them called that. And yes, it does add some some serious dimension to it. Now, you know there is as Jonathan said, some limitation to the amount of information even at the size it is, but QR codes of of sort of moved out into the public eye not just. For use at at Denso wave and Toyota, they've actually sort of started to become a lot more popular here in the United States. I would say probably over the last eighteen months or so, yeah. In Japan, they've been popular for a while, but the reason why they've been popular longer in Japan than in the United States is that in Japan, smartphone adoption started much earlier in Japan than in the United States, Chris and I will talk a little more about QR codes. Probably make some puns, maybe references to early twenty ten pop culture. You'll have to find out in just a second. But first, let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor. Support for tech stuff comes from our friends at.
"denso" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Respect. I mean, Jarvis Landry talks like if he's Jalen Ramsey and at three yards a catch Jarvis you're not. No, like you Jarvis Landry is out here saying Super Bowl, forty points game as if he doesn't realize that that team has won one game in two years and and this is one of the things I love about the loud cartoonish caricature athlete. Jarvis Landry and Sports Illustrated was actually giving quotes to a reporter about how he loves how Cleveland's are working man's town and that he's a grinder and a working man. And he was in a fitting room where they were feeding him chocolate covered strawberries while he was draped in Gucci with no sense of irony there. Gaza strong. With no say he's talking about how he the every man in a fitting room with like chocolates and Gucci everywhere, and and you're a Cleveland Brown, it's not just that you're not that good. You think you're a lot better than you are your your mouth, your you say that the most outlandish things like the Browns are gonna win the Super Bowl and score forty points a game, but how is huge accents supposed to rain in Jarvis Landry when I don't know if you've watched hard knocks, I doubt it. No, but I've seen that clip of Jarvis Landry going off on his teammate. Yeah, yeah. And Hugh didn't like that, but she's got a big enough problem with probably the worst set of offense of coordinators one could have if you would be described as even keeled because Todd Haley and this mutiny is coming and Greg Williams and his discount they already. Right. We're already man that Greg Williams, right? He's our Hugh Jackson has already mad that Greg Williams is such a gas. Yeah, closing injury. Information for Denso Denso war, blaming it on his tackling and Hugh Jackson, try and huge, really try to assert himself as the leader of this room with a lot of wild person. We'll talk a little more about what Greg Williams was trying to pull where he came and did a couple of seasons in disguise after bountygate. We'll get back to that in a second. I'm sorry, I interrupted you know, no one interrupting me. I was just saying Jarvis Landry has four thousand yards on four hundred catches and I'm just, I can't imagine. What do you think Randy moss had in terms of yardage after his first foregin catch the NFL Jarvis Landry has a house at yours, ten yards and catch, and I'm surprised it's not three yards a cash because I saw his dolphin career and it was all of it. All of it was three yards at a time. Yeah, he's always acted as if he's better than he is. And he talked his way out of Miami Jarvis Landry did I mean the the same attitude, we're crediting Jalen Ramsey for Jalen Ramsey elite at what he does Jarvis Landry. Productive, but nowhere close to Mike. Can you find a we allowed have. We had cleared the sound of from hard knocks of Jarvis Landry just get me the quotes then because I'd like you don't see stuff like this very often. Hard knocks is polished for your perusal. It is, you know it. It's folk intimacy. It's just the intimacy that the NFL is okay with you. Actually seeing these things have hands on them, and so it looks like you're right up in there and you get some access. But none of it is really the the stuff that happens in the dirty corners. We'll get you those quotes, but in terms of how he was used in Miami and Jarvis probably blames at a lot. And now you see them working with Todd Haley. Todd Haley makes the observations that people say that you're slow. You have the same, roughly the same speed as in Tonio Brown, and you've seen the preseason games, all of a sudden you're seeing something that's pretty an that's an uncommon side. If you've watched Jarvis Landry down here, which is Jarvis Landry beating people Tepe while he was in that same Sports Illustrated article, he was complained about he was complaining about how he was used. He didn't like that. He was being. Three yards at a time. Randy mosses I four hundred catches the NFL accounted for seven thousand fifty one yards. Yeah. I mean, Randy moss is the most talented way to see your ever less Stephen as saying something otherwise on. I take right now..
"denso" Discussed on Asymcar
"It's it's integration goes, you really need to look at this automotive. Project this all into integration. This is, you know, this is a specialized software hardened for for automotive real. I'm operating system and it's all about integration on all levels down to the individual's supplier and his individual piece of of, you know, part which which he supplies, which is then automotive aggression of compatible and this. That's the idea. Amazon said, you're looking at automotive grade Lennox, Amazon Reseda, Denso Denso ten Honda Mazda, Mitsubishi, NTT Panasonic, Ren sus. Toyota. So that's that ecosystem? No, Ford GM right. Chorus brings up a really good point to that. You see was tesla, which is, I think you see tesla being extremely popular with people who especially who work in in software. Right? So you go to the bay area and you see Tesla's everywhere and people who are in software. Really appreciate what tesla has done with software because they, they know it when they see it right. And then they know like on a conceptual level, this is this is the future. This is software eating cars, but I think what I what you said is is really true, which is that. That's great. It is the future that is where everyone's going to go, but isn't really affecting the really fundamentals of the business. And I think you're right. I think it it isn't yet. So I think this is kind of why you see these dramatically different perceptions of of tesla waterways. Is that like, you know, people who understand software, they look at the company in there like this company gets it. The other companies don't. And by the way, I mean, when we say software. Like we have to distinguish between, you know, sort of. Embedded software which auto industry is is quite good at and. For example. Oh yeah. Yeah. And it's totally different than until like you talked to ABS engineer. It's a great example. You talked to him about about tesla, doing pushing it over there of the update to their braking system, and they're like, that is freaking crazy because that's a safety critical system and like you just have to be approaching it in a totally different way. Edessa apper something, right? Right. So here's another thing is in Europe. We have the word homo gated, which means that whenever you whenever you propose to introduce something in the market at has to be tested, and it has to be validated, and this is true of bicycles as much as it is for cars, especially for cars. And so software is going to have to conform to to this idea of being dominated and and and then once you ship that you can't change it. I mean, this is something that that says authority has stamped approval on this part or on the software, and it's, you know, the the feature set everything has to then stay the same now in the arrow software, how will this change? And this is this is something that I'm curious to learn from someone who's who's who's actually aware of the rigors, the rigors of this of this, this plan, right of of HMO Gatien, but. But look at the end of the day is this important is the question because I mean the the bottom line is what consumers want and what do they value we come from software. We come from phones, and so when you look at phone and he say, yeah, what apple did was change with the expect speculation of user interface on on on a handset and what not. It was having a hard time doing..
"denso" Discussed on IoT inc
"Well yeah way back when my phd's in basically apply property and systems so this is it's what i do i've taken this very interesting to building cool systems so i was a c two denso's we built zen hyper visor and spend time doing cloudy things then took that concept and used virtualization foot security in birmingham and now i'm giving back to my roots as a as a cenci in the plug this it's and i guess there hasn't been too many changes in probabilistic or statistical for that matter theories right since he left at last show though the field of machine is moving extraordinarily fast and i think that's one of the q acquire minutes as we address the edge is that if we think we can process stuff at the edge we have to be agile until you bring the latest and best algorithms to play at any point in time that is where's historically we've always said by some software installer run forever and the edge tends to be less agile and than the than the core we call it for that in a mall because new techniques being eventual times and we should be able to deploy them than advocate into the fabric wherever our data happens to be arriving so we have some scientists some new thing they want to try out cool let them try it let them try right now and bind that onto running stream and figure out what's going on so it's it's important it's really important concept because this field is moving so well now.
"denso" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast
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"denso" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Denso spark plugs four wide nationals at las vegas torrents won the four white at charlotte last year did that help him this past weekend one thing it does do it takes you out of your your normal routine and you go up there and you you consciously thinking i mean fortunately we raised in lane one lane four so it wasn't too much different but i you know it's for me personally it it it's a distraction when you're in lane two and three and the trees on the opposite or your state bulbs are on the opposite side and it's a little bit different to get used to and we raised so many races and so many laps through the year in that regular in our normal format that it becomes an an unconscious effort you just do it you just go up there and drive and when you have to change anything that you do a little bit it it's it's a thought it's a it's a process that slows you down and i hadn't been on the trio week really or you know all weekend but it was good enough to get the job done but it's fun it's different as the nhra report america's trucking network say denison reporting for america's trucking network ac repair spike as temperatures rise compressor wear low refrigerant or plugged inlet filters could cause ac problems tasked your ac's performance this spring a tip from ta truck service roadsquad you break down we show up eight hundred eight two four shop join matthew twenty five ministries on thursday april twentysixth for pause for a cause a fun event for the whole family including your tail wagging family member bring your dog with you to volunteer during our evening shift from four thirty to seven thirty on thursday april twentysixth for more information or to register online go to m to five m dot org forward slash pause for a cost see you there message and data rates may apply hi i'm frank thomas the big hurt after i left baseball i just couldn't stay in shape like i used to turns out once you hit forty your body has less free testosterone and that could make it harder to get into shape so i got back into the game with nugenix i'm feeling stronger with a lot more energy and drive you want to get back into shape get genetics all you have to do is send one simple text frank's right just text judge.
"denso" Discussed on WTMA
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"denso" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Over shop dot commando dot com and there's always some strange products that get announced like here's some from last year there was the hush schmidt count if you remember this it was a padded mask that covers your mouth to muffle your voice while you're speaking so that other people can't hear richer say a denso had a cat a product that they called the vacuum shoes these are vacuum cleaning shoes cable of sucking up you walk there was also the eugene gadgets from see yes last year i remember talking about this i think i even saw did you can you can uh is a new way to sort the recycling from trash items so anything that's going to put the trashman's scan the bar code and every time an item is skander the app store is it as recyclable or trash that that this way you know which should go in and finally the love box this was from 2017 uh it was promoted as a discreet way this correspond with with your significant other it's that looks like a 100dollar wooden box it connects to the internet works with an app when the recipient receives a new message a little heart on the from the bucks spins and the text appears on a mirror that sits in the top of the box which i don't know why anybody would want their money wrapped up in that because let's face it we're all texting we all have the heart emoji that's really all we need so consumer electronics show comes in just a few weeks going to have full coverage folks you don't wanna miss it over at commando dot com and also here on the show and so you want to make sure that you watch for the coverage for that because we of correspondence who got people are going to tell you what's.
"denso" Discussed on KKAT
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"denso" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"That's what i most emphatically i talk to alcoholic said we can't deal with harden what is that is weather is things i i just get a little more visual how long this over now from the denso's particular have four and a half years heart so you're good you're out of the post to withdraw on all those residual effects of the denso's at first years rough huh yeah and i got their reckless playing that i i know you mentioned too medication interim absolute word mirapeix willinted mirapeix mira pass laws nope russell saga with good affect beckham it's also labels up but we use it ally the learning not here have you seen assange oh yeah i mean it it it let's let's be fair i mean th these you know you use lota saw fit it will change the braided sustained and fundamental ways and so you just got to leave some you know footprints behind right thank god it's down to manageable stuff and and not horrible i've been under the air so um you seem very interesting to me because i get the sense you've had a lot of good treatment right yes young barack you've been you've had good treatment you've been engaged treatment you thank you you're able to be objective about this anxiety and look at it and step away from it and yet here it still come so one of the things is i've noticed is that the alcoholic that that icts alcohol said i've treated heavy very unusual relationship with anxiety they're they're generally i would say intolerant of anxiety and after whatever reason and and that's independent of everything else that just seems to be a feature of the whole colleague braida in my experience and they.
"denso" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"And our very special guest his name is ryan holiday i just got a copy of his latest book coming out it's called perennial seller and i haven't read the book but i liked his other books he's ridden and he is on the leading young philosophers coming up as to how do we handle today's world environment and media so the question i have here is that you know a rich dad poor dad a soul now were forty one million copies while and most people don't even know that and i have people coming up to me and saying you i i was see i flunked out of school twice because i can't right so from hurry to write a bestseller i have all these attorneys accountants and a students coming up to mrs well if an idiot like you can write a bestseller denso's should i and so one of my questions today for you is this is what does it take to write a bestseller as spent twenty years now it's till number three in publishers weekly after twenty years i want to find out what the heck with that i don't know if you've read the bulk or not but uh some of the things i've read are are interesting because it i never intended to write a best seller for kim why do you wanna say well this is gonna be a fun interview because ryan he is a marketing guy and we love marketing and that south we i'm gonna i'm what i what i love about his book perennial seller the subtitle is the art of making and marketing work that lasts the keyword being work that lasts for twenty years was pretty along and i would say is to build the busolo lives of the twenty years his pre along and we also have greg arthur who's the marketing directories a genius of our company.
"denso" Discussed on iMore
"Buti yeahi guess that is technically compromise but also the technology certified denso's headphones they took him out where did they put them is their land link clintonliam took care of them no via iran what is liam living in a bed of anotheri still have in my head a crowd i phoned fullfront so no doubt about it on your offering full frontal yeahsoi can't wait in their insurer i can't wait for the iphone add some of that com and it just as front billmiller no not feel frontal ohgod shows as agreed early hackers not say for work right don't that that's the problem is that it's completely safe for work easing of business anyways to too many quintuple aren't andresthat's what we do a there was a i wanted to bring this up only to enrage lorry gil further because that's one of the funniest things about this podcast but there was an interesting thread about all the new technologies apples putting into this including those treaties answers and again the long that like the distance charging so you won't even have to plug it in or put on a charging pad and a display apparently more fullfrontal than any two for frontal display before it from johngruber was wondering lorry that if apple could push an iphone price point to 1500 now it and with a 5000 arm iphone like what could they actually put him at i fawn beside goal they hold old poop it out of their butts emilylau.