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"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They meet again saturday in fayetteville. And we're delighted to welcome. Dr charles robinson the chancellor of the university of arkansas a chancellor i know you you went to school in texas But i i remember that game vaguely. You're probably too young but I have a feeling we're going to see some of those. Hopefully we don't see quite that emotion but we're going to see a lot of emotions saturday night great to have you on. Thank you paul. We're excited to play texas of course and and we're looking forward to it. It's really nice to talk to you. And there's so many. I mean we obsess here. This is a sports show of course about what happens on the football field but I know you've been a distinguished professor and author and now the chancellor at the university of arkansas. There's a lot more to a university than than cheering for the razorbacks. Sometimes it's a tough balance though. Isn't it oh. Yes i mean. We're we're really happy that the entire state is is proud of of the university of arkansas razorbacks. But there's a lot more to us than our athletic program. We have a wonderful academic Enterprise here wonderful research and a prize and we have a great campus community. So i'm really proud to be a part of this community and we're excited about this weekend. Let's talk a little bit about the university of arkansas. Though because i think you know we we know how great they are in basketball and in football and cross country and track and so many other in baseball but what what makes this university so unique in your opinion to me. it's the The campus it large campus. We we have a record breaking enrollment this year over twenty nine thousand students but it still has a small town feel. I met which students yesterday who were students of the of our bumpers college. And you know. It's the approachable -ness of of students to tackle faculty in also to to staff the connections that can be made again a big campus with a small town. Feel everybody matters everybody belongs. That's what makes the university of arkansas special place. And i think and i spent some time there Last time i was there. I got a tour of springdale and rogers and bentonville and and i i know that So we think of fayetteville but that is such an important community For commerce in this country when you think about the fortune five hundred businesses and corporations that are headquartered there and and i know that the has to be a tremendous boon to the community and obviously the university. Oh yes in northwest. Arkansas community is. It is a great community for the university of arkansas. We have wonderful support from a many of our. Our corporate leadership are northwest arkansas council. A great community. Great place to live. And i'm really really happy in a we represent this community too much of the of the of mutt too much of the country so we're excited to beyond the platform. We wanna play this game but we we know that has a lot more to the university of arkansas than than our athletic program a doctor. I'm curious about your own background. Because i know you you're now Obviously the interim chancellor and you you've been a very high levels of the university but but you've also done a lot of time in research and teaching in history especially of the south and i'm particularly interested in being a history buff myself how studying especially southern history which which which is a shakespearian drama all into itself and too often a tragedy. Yes i mean. I think being a historian helps me to be a better chance. I have enough understanding of the culture of the history of this place. the history of this region and so to be able to communicate effectively to talk about the the challenges and also the opportunities This place i've been here twenty two years and so it's allowed me to grow and develop professionally and so i think this is. It's a great fit for me. I love the university and the university has helped me develop as a professional. And and now i look forward to every day contributing to the student and faculty and staff experiences in positive ways and history is so interesting in no state No say period. But certainly no southern state can can look beyond wha- what occurred but arkansas you know was a very troubled place and i'm sure as you've studied that and so many other southern states it you tell me it just seemed to remarkable Where we are in twenty twenty one i. I'm not. I'm not trying to say the journey is over but but The state of arkansas has come a long way. there's no question about it We have had our challenges as nation has had its challenges in dealing with issues of race and inclusion. But the truth is that we are moving in the right direction. We have to keep move. We can't be satisfied with simply being where we are. We're making strides. But there's more that we can do that. We are doing As an institution And and i believe that's true as a state and the nation in that we have. You know the wherewithal and the inclination to live you know better and closer to the creed of holding these to be self evident that all men and i believe that's mankind created equal and endowed with certain neyland bowl rights life liberty in the pursuit of happiness. So hopefully we will continue to live. in strive toys that greater good. That is Certainly a remarkable. I'm curious one more thing before you go. You mentioned talking to students. And i know the provos chancellor And obviously as a as a professor You interact but i think we're all curious about what's on the minds of young people right now. What are they thinking about Other than football game saturday night. Well one thing. I've noticed here particularly in this semester is excitement that students have with being back together. I think that year that Were forced to really live in embroider. Agrees of isolation was a challenge to everyone Operationally psychologically in being able to come back together. I think there's a rediscovered appreciation for but this opportunity and i walked the campus every day. And i feel this energy this excitement and ebdon hope we can keep this momentum and keep our covert numbers You know reasonable modest. Low and continue to have the face to face engagements that i think are so meaningful and so important to our student body dr charles robinson. The chancellor at the university of arkansas can't wait to.

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Finebaum verses bill goldberg inside of a steel cage. No-holds-barred no rules most be winter and the amount of money that we could bring in. Paul is really great Ted we my. My only question is So moneymaker for whom. Oh i didn't let me sonny's okay. I was gonna say you would get about forty percent and you could do with that forty percent or what you want to give it to your favorite charity. I go bergen. You're asking me to get an a. k. A guy that was the world champion. Who if he sneezed would probably break my ribs. Well well you know you have to do it. I'll be more than happy to do it. Because i mean what's more important than healthy. All bill would get like forty percent of the way. I've played your since i came up with this brilliant idea. Twenty two percent. And one more thing could i'll even give you my forty percent of my will because there's a good chance i'll be dead when it's over Well i wouldn't go that far and bill be willing to do it. He might give to the university of georgia where he played ball. But we we could. So i think i'm whatever it takes Just sign me up to get an a steel cage with bill goldberg and and let the better man when you go ahead. Ted you have my permission to go ahead and book that okay okay. We'll do it. Yeah thank you. Would you get a steel cage with bill now now. Now rick flair. I feel like i've got a better shot at all. I might. I might. I might do it with ric flair not nothing against rick But i think my mobility might be better than his right now. Let's take a break before. I get more trouble. Eight five five. Four seventy eight five. We have a guest coming up the chancellor at the university of arkansas and then we'll get more more bids on how to end my life listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Goodyear believes in the power of moving forward. No matter if it's on the track the court or the field movement makes us want to be more. It pushes us to go further to show the world what we.

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Who helped us remember nine. Eleven today Lou holtz jackie shirl and general bowl. Thank you so much Steve is up next in alabama. Hello steve what a great interview man. That was awesome with the general. Thank you I just to tell you mallows on nine eleven As you know. I worked on the private side of the airport up in nashville now. This isn't in nashville. But so if you remember. The the essay did a amazing feat. They they cleared the skies all over america. Shut them down every playing land domestic private whatever. And but let me tell you. It was something else now. it didn't take no time for the Military to get around our gates with m16's and And we head plays this just left and right land and it was total chaos but everybody hannelore gray and it was just amazing you know because we were all just can al. Hey let me ask your question because that day So the attacks happened in the morning when the faa edicts went out did planes. How long do they have to land wherever they were You know. I don't know the specifics of it. You know other than what you might have seen on some of the plane that was headed to new york and it was flying over national. It had to land there didn't it. Oh yes sir okay. So yes they made you sit down with a. You're you know like. I say neither domestic flight if you're were rabbit aircraft to they should that's what to me out. I've thought was real amazing was You know you might have a seven thirty seven landing right behind it. A little old lear jet know i mean it was never anything ever hopefully never again and i will tell you. I can't remember when when they lifted it. But i had to fly somewhere. I think the day after the f. a. a. lifted the wow and yeah and i will tell you speech somewhere. It was absolutely terrifying to get on a plane and nobody was on the plane. I mean there were You know six or seven people and you probably remember this as well. You were so suspicious because everyone thought it was going to happen again. I mean i'm watching people get on the plane like check like i'm like i'm. Tsa agent Dan imagine us. You know we're coming into work. You know for several weeks on end after that and you know there. There's the military sitting at our front door with their amc stains you know. It's very powerful side when you and we're just coming into work you know. Of course we didn't have much to do because you know nobody was flying. That lasted four was at three days. I think i'm can't remember exactly how many days it was that they did. Stood everything down. Bullets oh man. It was just you know. And just like the general said Shout out our newest -tarian our veterans and Pray for all the yellow. Because with you know y'all give us what we have you know so. Thank you paul. Thank you very much for sharing that story. And i wish we had the whole show to to reflect back And it's just there's just so much happening right now. But i'm glad we're able to devote time to a ted is up next in missouri. Hello ted good afternoon. Good afternoon paul. Thank you I'm a second time caller. I'm sure you don't remember my call from looked it up is about fourteen months ago I wanna bring up about the pandemic again. Here we are. We're getting back to where we were before or simply we're having spikes all over the country At the time. I told you about a new site head doctor having to deal with it every day. And she's You know ninety percent of the people that come in there not wearing mass and a lot of people still are not that summating and weeks. We found out that the mask and the vaccination do not protect you one hundred percent that have protection ninety or ninety five bc zil percent when we need the people to you know. Lighten up a little bit. Do what you have to do to try to get this thing under control and I have a son works at the. Va over in columbia. Mizzou and He's right even with the hospital. He deals with a lot of the veterans that have gone into the hospital and he's frustrated also and my one hundred percent of the positive cases in there right now. None of them have gotten shop and Oddly my my daughter also works in a hospital in north kansas city. And she's going through the same thing over there it's it's frustrating for our family Were were spared the death with some daughter niece everything having to be around that every day my son comes home from work immediately goes to his room. Texas close off outs in the shower before he can even come out and give his his. It's i just wish people would open up a little bit. And and this stuff all you're taking my rights away from it's a stinking mass for god's sake the and it's a shot just lucinda i up and i just wanna to throw that out there again and on a wider side. I wanted to bring up the eupol a money making scheme and before you laugh and turn it down. So what do you think about it. Okay okay. I'm gonna put tolls.

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Our police say bill tomorrow show will take place. I saturday's nine eleven. We talked a little bit earlier. coach lou holtz and jackie sherrill. Who played in the first nationally. Televised game in the sec. In the aftermath of nine eleven. But it's impossible not to look back on that time and we're delighted to welcome back to our show. Major general vincent bowls retired And general good to see you and so good to have you back on the program As we commemorate twenty years since nine eleven who would have thought. I mean Twenty years you know. We have soldiers that were babies. Who wound up going to combat in this conflict like nothing we've ever seen and obviously it. That's afghanistan has been in the news for for many many weeks now and You know it just comes as we reflect back and i'm just curious As you look back and also look ahead to that experience. Would it man and what it means. Is we look ahead. There's a historical context Two thousand one was sixty years since pearl harbor and that was the last time the nation attack like this from a military perspective an entity not a nation an entity with no standing army no standing government no standing economy attacks the united states from earth and kills three thousand people and the context we start to think about war and combat and conflict dramatically changes And and what. I remember is You know the young men and women who Quickly learned that this was not going to be the desert. Shield desert storm hundred our conflict. this is a war of ideas. this is our cold war of the twenty first century and the first shot in it. The first real exercise into it was the events of nine eleven general. There was such a concern in the aftermath of nine eleven An it remains a concern that that would be the first of many attacks on this country. We i mean we. We've seen terrorist attacks but we haven't seen anything resembling that they're not It has not been a coincidence. That has not happened. It has not been For every complaint about the tsa pat down every complaint about having to go through an extra level of security as you walk into the pentagon That that all those levels layers and interconnected interconnectedness between the intelligence agencies. Not perfect but they are. That was not there before all of that has combined to make that happen. People were committed and connected and funded to do that type of work to make sure that we did not have another attack. I remember not that i was there. But a president. Bush turning to robert mueller. Who had just taken over as the chief of direct the federal bureau of mestigation. I think it was a week before nine. Eleven has taken over and president. Bush looked at him. Said your job just change. Your job is to prevent attacks prevent acts so it is not a coincidence that we have not have another massive attack. Like that. And i mean we. We do complain complain every week. We're never we fly. But i'm interested in in. I know there's no easy way to explain how this works. But someone who has been at the highest levels of america military you give us a snapshot of what goes on at all hours everyday. When nine eleven happened for the first time in my army career of thirty plus years i saw the world go to threat condition delta the highest level. We have. I seen pockets of the world. You know we hear a threat overhear something over there you know a pocket would be a threat but when nine eleven happening entire world went to threat content. I'd never seen that. And after we shook off the initial shock of the pentagon getting hit. Mate your folks were okay and and went through that. then it's about. This is what the nation needs us to do. This is why the nation turns to us six hours after the attack. Nine eleven The joint munitions command worshiping bombs to whiteman air force base to get ready for Attacks afghanistan as soon as we needed them to a so. This this is this is why the nation has us and this is what we signed up to do in general because of what has happened recently in afghanistan. Many many feel discouraged that the i know what your answer is going to be here but many feel discouraged that we we spent unheard of amounts of money at least over there and and and the same people are essentially in command. I know that's not exactly the truth. But what what is your level of concern about the way things turned out over there and how that could affect us in the future. There was a purity door. 'cause we did not go there to take over their nation. We did not go over there to rule their nation But there was a purely to our cause We were doing. We have the right intent We did the wrong things and executing that general biggest challenge was this. We didn't believe that they didn't believe the afghan people. They didn't believe that their freedom as we saw it as we understood it was worth fighting for What we we did not understand that when when we came in and dejected al-qaeda They all will throw up their hands and said okay. We'll will start a rollover over when the taliban came in they did the same thing this your said okay. We'll you know. You wanna jerk now if i were over to you So we didn't believe. The government of afghanistan was not able to establish a connectivity to their people that that our nation has been able to establish our government has been able to establish and that it was. The purity of our course was was unquestioned but the execution was flawed. Finally you mentioned why we have not seen attacks in these twenty years. What about today. Moving forward what. How should we feel about our safety. I believe we should feel vigil. Worked we should be safe. I would remember however The wise old Gentleman who said america's greatest dangerous from without their from within i i continue to be concerned about individuals now regardless whether out on the full spectrum all they wanna do have an argument they wanna stay case. They don't want to have a discussion. They don't want to have a debate. They don't wanna work around with all the initiatives. I wanna make sure you hear my position. that is the biggest challenge in the biggest apprehension. I have about this. When eisenhower was president. Eisenhower our philosophy was what he called the middle way. He said the middle way is where you get things done. You don't get things done in the gutter with the left or the gutter with the right. You get things done by staying in the middle were. Most people can collectively work together to get things done. I've become concerned about internally. The united states but we must remain vigilant against our external threats to we have young men and women that are heroes every day. That are going doing that. I know we talk about the great athletes that you see in the sec and so many other networks you wanna see most valuable players in heroes Think about those young men and women who go free you are. They think it worth it. What a what. A wonderful way to leave Our conversation we look forward to talking again very soon. General thank you for your time and and and most of all for your service always a pleasure. Paul and a great nation of syrup. I got more than i gave you. So much general bowl of showing us and so great to see you. Thank you so much as we remember. September eleventh twenty years ago. We'll.

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"They can be taken up into cells. They're small molecules even smaller than any d- they can pick it up and cells and ourselves will convert those to anybody precursors into into the fork and eighty coenzyme two thousand four. I came along and found that nicotinamide rive aside is a third vitamin precursor of any d. So a third chemical entity that cells from yeast. All the way up to human cells can convert into the precursors and our nicotinamide. Right aside is the biggest piece of energy that can get into a cell. The thing that happens right after an argos into a cell is a phosphate gets put on it. It's then called an a man and then it's just one more step away from being in a d along r. an and they'd be right and then you can make from that. You can make any ep in any other stuff. So basically the first contribution that we made to nasd was finding that are is an precursor and then we found the genes and the enzymes that allow are to be made into an a d. Now the second big thing that. My collaborators and i have discovered is from the analytical. Work that we do so we set up a way to do what's called targeted at d. matab lomax which means it's like gino mix you can sequence an entire genome sequence. All the the dna in any cell transcript so you can see all of the genes that are turned on and proteome ex. You can see all the proteins and in something called metabol- nomex you can see all of these small molecule metabolites. If you wanna look at lipids you can look at lipids. We decided to look at the ending de metabolites into our amazement. Many many conditions of metabolic stress disturb the system and so reactive oxygen species generation. Which is one of these inflammatory processes and it occurs in over nutrition and these inflammatory processes. They make cells. Churn there any. Bph so that becomes the press and that's really important because you need testosterone estrogen to detoxify free radicals really important..

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"That's all resting metabolic rate and there's four and eighty co-enzymes responsible for all of these metabolic processes. They all contain this thing called nicotinamide adding nucleus high. So there's any d. n. a. d. h. a. p. p. h. okay and these are catalysts so if people have internal combustion cars there's gasoline and then you're trying to turn the drive train and you're not trying to have a hot explosion right you're trying to have controlled combustion and you're trying to convert the power breaking carbon carbon bonds in to moving drive train or you're trying to take stored electricity in your electric vehicle. So there's catalysts involved in all of these things at every cell has catalysts and so any eddie coins are the critical the most important catalysts. You want to know if they actually do. They actually move electrons believe it or not. They actually moved electrons. It just occurred to me now. The idea of using analogies from an electric vehicle are not that bad because literally nasd coenzyme electrons while what you just said is so important in that were moving and energy. Were moving in electron and in that phase changes there's catalysts that are happening in the nfl. Got all these subcategories to it so as a senate sell what is it doing. because it's moving these electrons the electrons you know where the electrons come from so you really want the cosmic version of it absolutely. Is there sunlight in the top of your building. Yes okay so the things starts with the sun. This whole thing starts son if you really want to get the really really big picture here. The stewart sunlight is have now my background. Is the japanese friendship garden at at city of hope where i worked but i used to teach biochemistry in in iowa and so i had a classroom of students in eight and some of them worked on corn fields or you certainly drive through cornfields to get to class right. I'm in minnesota..

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"You can call friends you can see who resonates your ideas and your thoughts and your concepts of the future that you see always been willing to dream. I've always been willing to surround myself with people that support me and walk away from people that don't so anyway that's a little bit of a tangent but it also is the perfect segue for my amazing guest. Dr charles brenner. Listen this guy has got more education than you can possibly imagine. He is Researcher ph dear Metabolism cancer diabetes..

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"dr charles" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"And today my guest is charles. Shaw burger and he is an obgyn and a doctrine addiction medicine. And we're going to talk about a topic. That i don't know is talked about a lot out there or there might not be a lot of resources about it. We're gonna talk about pregnancy and addiction and charles. I'm so thankful that you reach out to me and wanted to come onto the podcast. Because i think this is a topic that Like i said earlier just might not be out there and there might not be a lot of resources about it with. Thank you dwayne. I have enjoyed your podcast for probably the last year. Urine a half. And you're correct. I have not seen or heard many podcasts. In the addiction world that relate to the subject of pregnancy and re patient with substance use disorder. So i appreciated the opportunity to bring this discussion to the public and help to answer questions. Perhaps and to compete in a better frame of reference when it comes to understanding how the two interact awesome. So i i wanna just know a little bit about your story and how you got into this field as an obgyn and specifically working with people who are struggling with substance use disorder. And how kind of came together for you walls Interesting question and i think my journey is relatively first of all so many people in my profession do have a personal history of addiction. But i have been blessed to have not had to take that course and i have no personal addiction Other than maybe that sugar addiction which was mentioned a couple of weeks ago.

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Pregnancy and Addiction With Dr. Charles Schauberger

The Addicted Mind Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Pregnancy and Addiction With Dr. Charles Schauberger

"And today my guest is charles. Shaw burger and he is an obgyn and a doctrine addiction medicine. And we're going to talk about a topic. That i don't know is talked about a lot out there or there might not be a lot of resources about it. We're gonna talk about pregnancy and addiction and charles. I'm so thankful that you reach out to me and wanted to come onto the podcast. Because i think this is a topic that Like i said earlier just might not be out there and there might not be a lot of resources about it with. Thank you dwayne. I have enjoyed your podcast for probably the last year. Urine a half. And you're correct. I have not seen or heard many podcasts. In the addiction world that relate to the subject of pregnancy and re patient with substance use disorder. So i appreciated the opportunity to bring this discussion to the public and help to answer questions. Perhaps and to compete in a better frame of reference when it comes to understanding how the two interact awesome. So i i wanna just know a little bit about your story and how you got into this field as an obgyn and specifically working with people who are struggling with substance use disorder. And how kind of came together for you walls Interesting question and i think my journey is relatively first of all so many people in my profession do have a personal history of addiction. But i have been blessed to have not had to take that course and i have no personal addiction Other than maybe that sugar addiction which was mentioned a couple of weeks ago.

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Black Men, Disproportionately Arrested For Marijuana, Are Left Off New Jersey's Cannabis Commission

BBC Newshour

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Black Men, Disproportionately Arrested For Marijuana, Are Left Off New Jersey's Cannabis Commission

"Prominent social justice advocate in New Jersey, is criticizing the makeup of the state's new Cannabis Regulatory Commission. Governor Phil Murphy announced the final appointees to the commission on Thursday. But Reverend Dr Charles Boyer, founder of the group, Salvation Social Justice, Justice, pointed out that none of the members are black men who have long been disproportionately arrested on marijuana charges. What do we do in regards to making sure that the license distribution are done in such a way that they were informed by people with lived experience from the drug war? And, frankly, that's just not there right now. Cannabis Regulatory Commission will determine who can legally grow and sell marijuana in the state. A spokesperson for the governor says the commission will prioritize diversity and its hiring in the months ahead. A New

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1,500+ Call for Museum President’s Removal After Job Posting Cites “Core, White Art Audience”

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

1,500+ Call for Museum President’s Removal After Job Posting Cites “Core, White Art Audience”

"Calls for changes in new fields are sounding louder this morning, 85 staff members and stakeholders drafted a letter with what they call critical demands its response over a recent job posting that called for maintaining the museum's traditional core white art audience. Before demands are that the organization's president, Dr Charles Venable, steps down the termination of the contract with the search firm. A restructuring of the human resource is department and a re evaluation I and expansion of the museum's board committees. The letter is posted anonymously on Twitter. Its first line breeds were writing to express how deeply disheartened we are by new fields continued lack of leadership in addressing racial equity. According to the letter, staff spent four hours listening to senior leadership try to explain the job posting and their plans on Lee to leave feeling more distrustful and confused. Petition gathered more than 1800 signatures demanding that the museum becomes more

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"There's not say life will be you know all super fun and super exciting all the time that you won't have any life challenges but if you can if you can manage to these those themes right not necessarily in order but collectively if you can do those things collectively ultimately. I think you'll be all right right. And that's how that's how. I live my journey rights. I don't. I don't know how other people do it but it's doing decently decently from me at this point so we'll see what happens again. We'll be okay. What are the tasks that way to end with those those three not zip advice but you know words of wisdom from your as you know. It's always such a pleasure to talk to you. see and i. I just feel fortunate that our paths had crossed that. We've been able to maintain this friendship. Because i just learned so much from when i hope people listening were inspired by that too but Absolutely i'm gonna take you up on your offer to come back to that. Because i just you know it's not your job. Educate every white person on the planet. You know. I think we gotta take some of that ourselves but i also really appreciate engaging in dialogue with you about race because your experiences and perspective obviously so different reminded a white woman and it really does help shape how i know i need to lead and how i need to think about just things that are outside my own personal experiences so i'll be knocking on your door to come back around to that. Yeah no doubt. Because it's not about being right or wrong in those conversations about having the appropriate level of perspective and understanding right. And i think if people do those things the world would be a much better place too. Many people want to be right and wrong instead of understanding. Drive me bonkers right. So almost borderline on this mission to civilize right. But i i don't know if i want to take that battle on singularly these you know once one step at a time so we can definitely talk about that and i most certainly appreciate you having me on the show. Hope we you know hope. It was a value to whoever decides to let the whomever decides.

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"You can't be something that you're not for an extended period of time most of us when we meet somebody we offer representatives like you would have never three five years ago. You'd never seen me do an interview. In switzerland the cap it wouldn't have happened right. It wouldn't have happened right. Because i thought i needed to be this thing to people thought i needed to be in a three piece suit and a bow tie and perfectly groomed in all out but what i found is people where receiving me as well. Because it's like that's not my natural state light now. My suits are nice. Like don't don't try. My suit is serious business but it's not always necessarily watch game my time. These games there is. This is the but i didn't have to. I wasn't being always true to me now sued if i want to like today i happened to choose not to wear so. This is what i happen to be put on our conversation. But and i also wear this thing if we were doing this on a panel discussion and a university in the world doesn't matter and that's not because of the arrogance thing is like is. This is what i want to be on that particular day. That's what i'm gonna do. My clothes. don't have anything to do with what's inside of my brain and how we transmit that right. They don't now now matters how people perceive you so their time and place for how you engage. But before i thought it was for me to dress a certain way to talk a certain way to start off giving a lecture or a podcast quote to show people like ok does does race play in q. How you dress or people's of you and how you choose you know. Oh yeah oh yeah one hundred percent no doubt about it right so as a young black man. I have to think that that's an entirely different conversation. We'll have time rabbit hole today but but we can certainly talk about that in the future of what that looks like right so so i would come in and out so yes race plays a role but let's table that for another Supporting leadership conversation. Because i think that's a bigger deal right. 'cause i don't wanna i don't wanna gloss over that because that is extremely important for people who listen to your show. I don't want there to be any misinterpretation of of that thought process and what the impact looks like how it affects us how we affect other people right. Yes so i wanted to talk about that very singularly in the future. So if you'll have me if you had if so so yeah it's a diner and self be true right like as if you can be comfortable with yourself. The world will accept you as that particularly once they get past. Oh here she's not an idiot part.

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"Now. Social decorum dictates that you offer some form of like. Nah i can't go because of whatever reason but most of the time because whatever is a bunch of nonsense. I don't want to go rather take a nap right. You know there's a there's this element of people try to be their representatives and try to be all things to all people and it's not true like my one of my best call my brother he's always said to me like you're hyper-competitive your hyper ambitious. You're hyperfocused your hyper achiever. And i used to downplay that type of stuff like you so very intense and i used to try to downplay it and it's like once you embrace it i am and so yeah and so on. I am a creative obsessive. And i am are the to me are the most to most powerful words especially in the english language. I m whatever right. And when you say i am i think you have to be very cautious of what you say post. I am right so when you say. I end this or i am that the world says oh that's at least is at the very least at least the things she is rights so we will now conspire to make that right. And if that thing post i m destructive you've pulled that into your world right at least that's my medicine orientation my thinking on that right so if i am a creative obsessive i am father i and my husband. I am leader. I speak in terms of what i want versus what i don't want right. You know as you as you go through as you go through that that journey. I think it's important to figure out when you think about the leadership. Teams number one. They're willing to stand alone. And i will say number one because these aren't any priority order. They're willing to stand alone. They think right. They think they have some for and then they. They're almost obsessive with some former personal development that physical mental emotional spiritual whatever right..

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"Cool for me right. So there's the habits are are reading. You know talking to people. And i used to be in a mindset of winner lose right because i'm highly competitive by almost to a fault well. I'm only competitive things. That i think i'm good. I'm not just. I'm not just overall competitive. I'm like i'm not a. I'm not an idiot but i. I'm very competitive at the things that i liked to do that. I think i'm good but a move beyond simply being competitive and wins and losses to now. Do you accept the challenge. Are you willing to accept the challenge of whatever that thing is and the answer for me. Now yeah if it makes sense to me like i said alive to what my goals are in the reason why we go back to focus. I was doing a bunch of stuff. Because i was trying to figure out what the goals were trying to figure out. Okay what am i good at. How can i be into some of the things. While i was using the same skill set didn't ultimately aligned to the bigger go everything i do now alliance at the bigger goal. And if it doesn't i don't do it right like i've gotten better even though i don't like saying no like i've gotten better it'd be like hey sorry i can't. I'm not saying no forever. But i can't do it right now. I'll get back to you. Once i once i knock a few of these things out but you know now it's a matter of are you willing to accept the challenge right. Whenever i write the next book it's not about winter losses. I've written a couple of bestselling books. Do i care if the next one is the bestseller not really right. It's an element of. I'm going to do the best i can. I will certainly leave a piece of me on those pages if it happens to be a best seller cool. If it doesn't i'll still be able look myself in the mirror..

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"Of life man this is too hard. Your body will personally adapt. That's that's physical activity or if you're doing something mental if you can break through that and it's probably this much right this area. Here's where a lot of people quit if you can hop over that. Then you're everything starts to realign. Eli okay i'm cool. I can continue to move forward right so so for me. There's an element of you play until you can no longer play anymore like when we all have an expiration date right for me when whenever that happened nobody will ever be able to say. He didn't put an effort right. And i think that's the claim no more smarter than anybody else right. But i got an iv. Share this with you before what i lack in in intellect natural intellect. I make up for in work ethic right. I'm gonna put in effort if it takes me may take you one our to understand the concept. They may take me five but but at our five. We're both the same level right but the difference is i was able to push through those challenges where somebody else who is just smart may give up easier right. I don't care about being smart. I wanna be discerning wise knowledgeable understanding thoughtful focus. You know that type of deal and so no. I learned that from my parents in the sense of once you set the goal. Continue on until you decide to do something else right. So it's a pretty life is pretty simple to me to be perfectly honest. We have a lot of challenge by life in life in and of itself isn't hard to me right like we over. We overcomplicated a lot and part of what you're talking about. You like that little bit more. And i like you said earlier about like just staying curious was my in my weekly email. My staff i included site wakeman's quote where she said just curious one second longer. You know that. Like digging in the diamond mind if he just one second longer in..

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"Will get through that right. Your your mind will quit way before your body does so as long as you just keep going as long as you keep going you can get to the finish line so for me. It's important to to continue to play the game. Because i'm more curious as to what happens if i don't quit right. I'm more curious. What happens if i don't quit right. It's like that mean where to do this hacking away underground trying to get to the diamonds and he stops right at the end but if he had kept hacking for ten more seconds it would have been a billion dollars worth of diamonds. You know that me yeah right so you never know you never know where you are in the process. So that's why. I'm more curious to see what happens if you don't quit and it's not about the like the outcome will be there but it's about the system that gets you there right. The basketball analogy. If i if i shoot a shop and it goes in off the backboard and didn't mean for that to happen. Yeah i mean you score you score two point. Which is it was an accident right. So we focus at our company and even when i'm doing things at the individual level. I focused on the system. Did i dude things correctly to reach the desired outcome right. If so all good right if if you have not okay. Well wasn't what i wanted but the system was there so we just have to get a little bit better at honing in on that system right so i can focus on the day to day is focused on the system. The outcome will be there so you talk about mountains right. I don't look at at the mouth and right now is my version of everest at this point in my life. I'm not climbing everest. I'm climbing one step at a time. And if our keep hitting these things. Were even without a road. If i keep going and going and going and going and going at some point you've reached the apex at some point. You reached the apex right you think about is analogous to go in and finishing our doctoral degrees. You don't start off. We're going to get this degree you. I'm gonna take this class then. I'm gonna write this paper that i'm gonna finish that class right. He said of papers finish this class right. These are the papers. Finish that class next thing. You know you finish however many credits necessary to achieve this degree right. And you've summited that particular mountain so i approach all of my all of my act. The same way yeah. There's so many different places that i like. I could come up with a million different questions. That i want to ask you about some what you just said but i want to take back back to the you talking about the obstacles just all these obstacles and just knowing your background. You know that you you grew up in flint michigan and there's so many obstacles that you've overcome that thinking about to like go into notre dame and becoming to walk on and you know like so many things you just continued to accomplish as you were talking about faith and as you're talking about obstacles like do you feel like that's just like instilled in you from such a really young age like that that mindset and how to just tackle these obstacles or was that something that you had to learn from failure and adjuster is completely different. I think i learned at home. Right i modeled. My parents amount of my parents behavior. I mean my mom and dad's work ethic was the second to none right. I mean yes. So if you question directly. I learned that by watching my parents lead by example so they would push push push and things will pop up they will be cool like the there may be these moments of frustration. But then it's like okay calm down settlement you still..

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"Know i think. I know the purpose but i certainly can see Certainly have the vision to go. I wanna go right. So i mean maybe they. Maybe they're synonymous maybe. They're not but what the reason. I'm not afraid i think is because i'm moving in this thing by faith right like i'm not every time i can only see so far but it's like when you drive a car right if you're driving in foggy. Turn the headlights on. You can only see so far but you know that those lights as you keep driving is gonna keep illuminating more of the path right. And that's where i am right. I can only see so far. But i'm like it's cool. When i get to that point. I know that my headlights are going to illuminate pants for me to go. A little farther right. You know down the road. So and then when i get to that point if i don't know what to do just make the next best decision right. It's very simple. Construct me right if i don't know what to do. I will certainly make the next best decision. So as long as i keep walking in the right direction and keep making the next best decisions will be okay so right. That's why there isn't this. This pressure that stress this over this overwhelming sense of almost paralysis. That can stop you from doing what you're doing. Ryden moving and faith. Because like is that based on if faith in your own abilities and faith and knowing that you've been battle-tested and you know you know your own abilities or is moving in faith something bigger than that much bigger than that is much bigger than that to me. It's knowing that god has me covered as long as i do. My part into the rest right. You know when you think about the jesuit education and they talk about you know. Historically chris lowney wanted the books that we've already talked the jesuits teach s to boldly go right refuse. Men or women are kind of talent or quality right so for me. There is a component of you. Do your part in god will do the rest right like i'm not smart enough to figure out i can't outthinks failure right. It's all i can do. Walk in the direction. And legitimately know that when i get to the top of the stairs the next set of stairs will pop up and the light that illuminates that path of climbing the spiral staircase will keep illuminating as we move forward while i do. Have you know belief in my skills. We've talked about since before and all the you know or behavior books and that type of deal all right. Well i do have the confident confidence in myself to be able to get things done right. Because i am battle-tested. I do have the shoulder stripes right I'm comfortable there right. But i mean you can't win the game by yourself period just doesn't happen right without the right people with without a right team of folks behind you without a lot of people pushing you and challenging you. You can't you can't win so it is a faith in something in my case guy. That is much bigger than me. What i described him at the grand architect of the universe. So the universe conspires to help you right. And i'm very comfortable with that right. I think as you start walking down the path. The universe cindy's watchers. Some people described them as angels. These watchers that'll come and say hey he he had a couple in a couple obstacle that she hit a couple obstacles but they carried on right because we all know every obstacle yields to resolve and supreme tenacity. As long as you don't quit.

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"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr charles" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"Only one i was going to get hurt right. It's like the you ever watched the movie free solo. Have you ever seen tv that movie so you. It's like this new climbing the world's tallest mountain without a rope right so before the mountain that was climate in my in my mind they were big. But now as you look at the stuff that i'm doing now they're not making comparison right so even back then off one of those mounds. It was okay. 'cause i would only hurt myself now. The difference is our as you have a company and you have people that work there and they they look at you to make sure they're they. They get paid and they have insurance and all these types of things the mountainous higher. So if i fall off a bunch of people fall off to rice so that that obsessive focus has to be there and there needs to be a certain level of mastery. So i think you know as you as you get better at your particular craft you have the homing in on that thing is that hey i may not be good at a bunch of other stuff over here. But i'm certainly good at this thing right. So as a creative obsessive. I like to make sure that. I can stay focused in watching and moving and skill these mega mountains without a real bright and have people with me and lift as you crime right. You live as you call them not climbing this mountain by myself right so i think my my energy now is different in the sense of you know you have people with you. You have people with you in the sense of like people are with you in general but you know what i mean as a leading company. There is an element of. Hey if you do not have permission to mess this up right. We don't at the people that own our leadership team. We do not have the permission to mess this up. We have to stay focused. We have to masters of our craft and we have to help other people become craftsmen and crafts women. So it's extremely important to to focus. And it's the same way when i write a book when i'm climbing that mountain. Lock and load for however long it takes right you you completely let go of the external distractions and you just like an assassin as locked in on his target. And you don't stop until the mission is accomplished. So that's the that's where the focus comes in. And i think it's you know it's kind of like this when you go off. Your life is teacher student teacher student teacher student. And you have to make sure you know where you are in that journey and then you pivot. You pivot according respond accordingly right. That's why that's where. I am right now that that reminds me a lot of so my dad. I interviewed for the first episode and he talked about when he first started his leadership journey. He was like the player like he had to learn how eat located teach himself and he had to learn and then at a certain point then he felt like now i can coach him row other people in some of what you're saying kind of reminds me of that and i'm curious to as you're leading other people. Is that a whole lot more pressure for you. Is that stressful or errors that good stress. Frito so no. I don't i don't think there's the only pressure you feel the pressure you put on yourself right so for me. I think there is a. It's not pressure it's a..

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New COVID-19 variant found in Bay Area linked to Kaiser outbreak

Pacifica Evening News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

New COVID-19 variant found in Bay Area linked to Kaiser outbreak

"And state officials have announced concerns over a new variant of the Corona virus called L 452 are that they've detected in Northern California, Max Pringle reports. Santa Clara County officials said The new variant was found in the Kaiser San Jose outbreak that recently infected dozens of people. Santa Clara County Health director Dr Sarah Cody said the variant doesn't appear to be more serious than the more common strain. We do not have any signals at this point that this variant is associated with anything else, such as increased severity of illness, although will we? Of course, we're certainly looking for any signals at to see if that that would be emerging. Dr Charles to was a virologist in professor of laboratory medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He said. Tests show the new strain made up about 4% of samples back in mid December, Chu said the data is incomplete and more work needs to be done. He said. It indicated officials are concerned about whether the vaccines will be as effective against the variant. There is some worry that this this is one of those variants that because it's in the very critical region of the virus called the spike Protein, and then the binding site they receptor binding domain of the spike protein there is with with all mutations in that particular region. There is a concern that is there in Will there be an effect or is there an effect on the vaccine? Choose that The variant was first identified in Alameda County last May. He said, along with Santa Clara, the new strain has turned up and other urban counties such a San Francisco and more rural counties like Mono and Lake. State Health officials are working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local public health departments and laboratory sequencing partners. And learn more about the variant and how it spreads. State health officials said. Quote. It's too soon to know if this variant will spread more rapidly than others. Officials say the best protection remains mask wearing social distancing in hand washing.

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Joe Biden holds drive-in rally in Broward County, NW of Miami

Brian Mudd

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Joe Biden holds drive-in rally in Broward County, NW of Miami

"In the race to the White House. So it's no surprise that both presidential candidates are stumping grounds here. Joe Biden, his campaigning in Broward, before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying. Today, more than six million Floridians have already early voted the Democrats of the Mail in ballot edge while Republicans are leading the in person turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Zelden says. Lettuce full show. Biden has a razor thin edge over Trump. So Biden's Florida fate hinges on if he can get more voters to turnout Tuesday. If he doesn't then it crumpled, probably squeak a wonder. One of the half person will win. Florida is the largest battleground state that's still up for grabs, awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the race. One day Grossman,

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Biden and Trump head to Florida

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Biden and Trump head to Florida

"Joe Biden, his campaigning in Broward before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying. Today, more than six million Floridians have already early voted the Democrats of the Mail in ballot edge, while report Wiccans are leading the in person Turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Eldon says the latest polls show Biden has a razor thin edge over Trump's abidance, Florida fate hinges on if he can get more voters to turnout Tuesday. If he doesn't then Trump probably squeak a wanted one of the person will win Florida's the largest battleground state. That's still up for grabs, awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the race.

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After a visit to Miami, Biden to join Trump in Tampa Thursday

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

After a visit to Miami, Biden to join Trump in Tampa Thursday

"Days to go until the election. Both presidential candidates are paying a visit to the country's largest swing state, which is ours. Joe Biden will be in Broward before heading to Tampa, where President Trump is also rallying today. More than six million Floridians have already early voted. The Democrats have the mail in ballot edge while Republicans are leading the in person Turnout. Nova Southeastern University is Dr Charles Eldon says. Remember wins. Florida will do it by a razor thin margin. You'll win or you lose, not on who's registered Democrat Republican But how do the non party affiliation People break Florida being the largest battleground state that's still up for grabs. Awarding 29 of the 270 votes needed to win the keys to the White House and with

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Dr. Charles Binkley Discusses Medical Ethics in the Time of COVID-19

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:55 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Charles Binkley Discusses Medical Ethics in the Time of COVID-19

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David Intra. Cosso with me today discussed the nation's response, the ongoing Kobe nineteen, pandemic and context of healthcare ethics. Is Dr. Charles, Brinkley the director of bioethics at the Santa Clara University's or coolest center for Applied Ethics. Dr Bank welcome to the program. Thank you, David. It's really good to be with you today I have to say dark billy Bigley I particularly appreciate time since of course, California's once again. Experiencing another unprecedented wildfire season. So thank you. For making. Absolutely it's a real privilege to be on the show Dr. Bentley's vile is, of course, posted on the podcast website. On background, our nation's response to the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has been I would characterize as disastrous. For example, as has been widely reported approximately one third of all Kobe. Nineteen related deaths have been among Nursing Home Facility residents. African Americans have been more than twice as likely as non Hispanic whites to die of covid nineteen complications. Inadequately protected healthcare providers. Now conveniently turned heroes in a war against Covid as if the virus will one day surrender. Defeated, have been required to work in lethal environments as for Service Workers Moreover, minorities instead of recognizing their do a livable wage. Health Insurance and or sick leave. We term essential workers and give them a hand. Clap. Has for the federal government's response to the president's sensitivity apparently goes so far as his stating, it is what it is. That the dictionary defines a business phrase that can be literally translated as and pardon my French fuck it. As for the Congress's response seventy, five percent of direct and indirect cares act money's went to corporations any forthcoming or additional federal response must include for the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's prerequisite covid related legal immunity protection, or legislation consistent with what over twenty states have adopted to date. Are Spas the pandemic in some brings to light the chasm that continues to exist between medical ethics. Requires provider to support the betterment of public health and a responsibility to seek positive forms that are in the best injures of patience. And how we deliver health care that is substantially profit motive dominated. I'll add in my nearly twenty five years doing healthcare policy work in DC. I never wants to tenor meeting or participated in a conversation with the speaker disgust or made reference to, for example, John Rawls veil of big nurturance or tick him Olam. With Megan discuss the woeful state of healthcare ethics in the time of Covid is again Dr Charles Bentley. So with that as a somewhat lengthy introduction Dr Brinkley. Limb in assuming, you'd largely agree federal policymakers have to understated done a poor job of living up to their obligations and responding to the pandemic. So my question is in your view what generally accounts for this. David I. Think from a public policy perspective. Many of the issues have become overly politicized. So for instance, things like mask wearing school reopenings, how to reopen the economy have not always been based solely on the best medical or scientific principles but they've been put us is to take, for instance, the initial recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about school reopening those were revised based on the administration's desire to somehow make them more applicable or to open up things more aggressively. So science hasn't always. been the most respected voice in the pandemic Dr. Falcone has emerged as really a hero for what is truth, and so you have to consider the perspective of physicians in making recommendations in a physician or a scientist in general is going to base recommendations on doing good and avoiding harm. That's really the ethical principle of medicine, and so for instance, plan the American Academy of Pediatrics Recommendations for. School reopening is a very child centric perspective as well. You would expect the group of pediatricians to speak from the perspective of children and when you take the balance of school opening on the whole, it's far more advantageous to children for schools to be reopened not only because of the intellectual benefit schools provide but all the other resources of schools provide for children besides the traditional reading writing and arithmetic. Takes Her instance the number of hungry children who rely on schools for nourishment, the number of children but medical problems who rely on schools For their care asthma screening vision dental care. You look at children with disabilities who really are dependent on their schools, not only for learning but also for occupational therapy physical therapy and those students not only are not progressing in minsters they're regressing during the pandemic when they're not in schools, you can't substitute the services that they were offered in person with remote learning and must be heartbreaking to those parents to see their children regress in this time. So really the perspective of the most vulnerable and some ways has come to light. During the pandemic when I think globally about how ethics the affected the pandemic

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Cults Daily: The Seekers Dr. Charles Laughead

Cults

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Cults Daily: The Seekers Dr. Charles Laughead

"Today we're discussing the apocalyptic prophecies of Dr Charles Law head and his followers. They call themselves the seekers and believe that aliens would destroy Earth around Christmas. Nineteen fifty four. The cult's prophecy inspired new psychological investigations into the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance and had lasting ramifications on cult studies in the twentieth century. Charles Law head was the organizer and leader of the seekers but the original prophecies came from a woman named Dorothy Martin. Dorothy was an early believer in the dianetics movement which became the Church of Scientology but back in nineteen fifty four. Dorothy believed that she could commune with extraterrestrials through writing. She believed her. Hand was a vessel for messages from another world. The only person who seemed to take her seriously was her friend. Dr Charles Law had the doctor and his wife had been searching for spiritual enlightenment by exploring ufo sightings and possible extraterrestrial contact law had firmly believed in the existence of aliens and that these distant beings were very concerned with the future of Planet. Earth when his friend? Dorothy told him in August. Nineteen fifty four that she had a premonition. He believed her in fact. Law Head publicized. Dorothy prophecy she told him that. A great cataclysm would strike on December twenty first nineteen fifty four and the doctor wrote this into a brief newspaper article in his writing. He predicted the specifics of this cataclysm law head foretold of a great volcano that would stretch from Canada's Hudson Bay all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. This volcano would cause a huge tidal wave. That would wash over. North America the charismatic law head Rally Dorothy and other U. F. O. Believers to form a nondenominational church devoted to preparations for the apocalypse several of these believers experienced frenzied premonitions themselves feeding into law heads prophecy but one of the members of this church was another doctor named. Leon festinger of psychologist. He read the newspaper article and while he didn't believe law heads predictions. Leon saw perfect opportunity to study the phenomenon known as cognitive dissonance this seekers gathered on the night of December twenty first ready for the end of the world but it never came the clock struck midnight and nothing happened by four. Am It was obvious that nothing was going to happen? Leeann was there that night and saw the rampant disappointment on the seekers faces as law heads. Prediction never occurred. He said there was little to see in the reactions of the people in that room. There was no talking no sound. People sat stocks still their faces seemingly frozen and expressionless. Didn't know how to react to the failed prophecy. Many wandered out of the house shaken. The followers soon parted ways rejoining their lives. Dorothy continued to believe in the extraterrestrials preaching their existence for another four decades until her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. Leon went on to develop a theory of cognitive dissonance which describes a mental phenomenon where a person holds two or more contradictory beliefs or ideas as true even when presented with new information proving otherwise the seekers had believed in law head wholeheartedly. Even when evidence countered his predictions law head and his wife returned home and found their neighbors had become hostile. His own sister tried to have him committed to a mental institution and his children taken into protective custody. Eventually law head and his family fled to California but the failed prophecy had a lasting effect liens theory of cognitive dissonance as seen in the seekers ardent believes that divide reason and evidence became a cornerstone theory in behavioral science and continues to be studied today.

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Covid-19 is now in more than 50 countries

Political Breakdown

06:31 min | 2 years ago

Covid-19 is now in more than 50 countries

"Let's first turn our attention to the coronavirus and efforts to contain it cobit nineteen the novel coronavirus disease has now spread to more than fifty countries and for the first time there are now more new cases outside of China where it originated then inside the country on Wednesday president trump held a news conference about the government's response to the illness flanked by health officials he appointed vice president Mike pence to direct efforts to contain its spread while seeming to downplay the risk to Americans not San Francisco meanwhile is on high alert although there have been no cases in the city mayor London breed declared a state of emergency to mobilize resources and prepare for possible outbreaks and there now appears to be a second person in the United States who contracted the virus through unknown origins both of those patients are from the bay area Solano and Santa Clara counties joining me now is Dr Charles Chu an infectious disease expert and professor at UC San Francisco doctor to thank you for being with us and it's a very busy time for you Dr sure there's a lot of fear in the community right now how much concern should people have what level is appropriate I think we should be worried we we definitely should be concerned because we are starting to see some cases of of the virus circulating in the community and by that I mean cases of infection where we don't know where it came from we don't know how this one individual ones from Solano county became infected and we also do not know how the second case in in Santa Clara county became infected as well so I think we should be worried we should be but at the same time we should also be quite vigilant and really be able to keep in touch with the with the guidance from our public health agencies and manage medical authorities which is to make sure you wash your hands to make sure you don't touch your face after that what else would you recommend for the recognition would not be too old to wear masks for instance not at this time yet we still do not see definitive evidence that we have community transmission we have lots and lots of cases that are being that that that are circulating in the community but the other thing would be to get your influenza vaccination because it's still the fact that influence is far more common than than getting an infection from this virus and so if you get your influenza vaccine vaccination that's just to protect you from that it's not going to help you with this new virus that yes yeah the influx of the influenza vaccine doesn't protect you against this virus but it does protect you against influenza and influenza this year has already been responsible for thousands of deaths so it it's it's just to put things into proportion your risk of actually getting influenza is still far greater than your risk of getting infected with this fires on their website the centers for disease control says quote the potential public health threat posed by code nineteen the formal name for this virus is very high both globally and to the United States where do you think we are in the trajectory of this virus how do you expect it to evolve well well right now we're actually seeing more cases of the infection from the virus outside of China it used to be that the vast majority of cases were in China but I I think as of yesterday there was a turning point in that we're now seeing evidence of transmission say of the virus in other countries say in South Korea and Japan in Italy and Iran so far it appears that at least the United States we still have very few cases under fifty I believe and out of which nearly all of the cases we're able to track meaning that they're either returning travelers from China that were able to follow do contact tracing on as well as potential individuals who come back because are quarantined these two cases though are the first cases of community acquired transmission where we did not we did not know where they got infected from and do you expect to see more of those will this become a seasonal virus I expect I I believe that that's certainly a possibility one thing that might happen and that may be due due to the characteristics of this virus that roughly about the the majority of people roughly about eighty to eighty five percent of people infected they have mild symptoms that have no symptoms at all it's only the small fraction of say ten to fifteen percent of of of individuals affected who develop more severe disease which is pneumonia so I I do feel that there may be there is certainly the possibility and the CDC has warned of this there's certainly the possibility that we may see ongoing community transmission and more more cases of this virus in the community let's turn now to talking about testing and then therapies so first on the testing yesterday governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference is that the state had only received a few hundred test kits from the CDC and that we needed more can you tell us about the testing protocol and how many more kids do we need well we we we probably will end up needing hundreds to thousands of cats and the reason is that we we need to we desperately need kits that can be done locally one big problem which has been increasing in eight states at all testing had to be sent to a centralized laboratory the CDC and as a result you would have to wait to ask our doctors would have to wait days in some cases longer than you know twenty four forty eight hours two to three days before you get a result back so what's really needed are diagnostic tests that could be done but locally by either the county public health laboratory or by the hospital and I think that the CDC is making efforts on moving that to expect testing to be local and this is part of your work you were on with us short time ago to talk about creating a rapid diagnostic tool yes how is that going so that's going well we we've developed as a point of care diagnostic where input so we can actually diagnosis infection get a nasal swab get some mucus from patient and be able to diagnose an infection within thirty minutes so structurally this this test works the the main challenges right now or is finding a commercial partner where we could that potentially put this test get FDA approval for this test and be able to deploy it so that could be used to to help doctors make diagnoses and if that happens how long would it be until we could see it in action well it's it's my hope that we really need to because of the public health urgency of this thread that we really need to have better diagnostic test so it's not just my efforts but really kind of the efforts as a scientific community as a clinical community we need to have tests that could be deployed within a matter of weeks to months and I think that's the time frame that we're talking about here Dr Charles Chu thank you so much for being with

Coronavirus: tracking the latest figures as the outbreak spreads

KQED Newsroom

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: tracking the latest figures as the outbreak spreads

"Cobit nineteen the novel coronavirus disease has now spread to more than fifty countries and for the first time there are now more new cases outside of China where it originated then inside the country on Wednesday president trump held a news conference about the government's response to the illness flanked by health officials he appointed vice president Mike pence to direct efforts to contain its spread while seeming to downplay the risk to Americans not San Francisco meanwhile is on high alert although there have been no cases in the city mayor London breed declared a state of emergency to mobilize resources and prepare for possible outbreaks and there now appears to be a second person in the United States who contracted the virus through unknown origins both of those patients are from the bay area Solano and Santa Clara counties joining me now is Dr Charles Chu an infectious disease expert and professor at UC San Francisco doctor to thank you for being with us and it's a very busy time for you Dr sure there's a lot of fear in the community right now how much concern should people have known what level is appropriate I think we should be worried we we definitely should be concerned because we are starting to see some cases of of the virus circulating in the community and by that I mean cases of infection where we don't know where it came from we don't know how this one individual ones from Solano county became infected and we also do not know how the second case in in Santa Clara county became infected as well so I think we should be worried we should be but at the same time we should also be quite vigilant and really be able to keep in touch with the with the guidance from our public health agencies and medic medical authorities which is to make sure you wash your hands to make sure you don't touch your face after that what else would you recommend for the recognition would not be too old to wear masks for instance not at this time yet we still do not see a definitive evidence that we have community transmission we have lots and lots of cases that are being that that that are circulating in the community but the other thing would be to get your influenza vaccination because it's still the fact that influence is far more common than than getting an infection from this virus and so if you get your influenza vaccine vaccination that's just to protect you from that it's not going to help you with this new virus that yes yeah the influx of the influenza vaccine doesn't protect you against this virus but it does protect you against influenza and influenza this year has already been responsible for thousands of deaths so it it's it's just to put things into proportion your risk of actually getting influenza is still far greater than your risk of getting infected with this fires on their website the centers for disease control says quote the potential public health threat posed by code nineteen the formal name for this virus is very high both globally and to the United States where do you think we are in the trajectory of this virus how do you expect it to evolve well well right now we're actually seeing more cases of the of infection from this virus outside of China it used to be that the vast majority of cases were in China but I I think as of yesterday there was a turning point in that we're now seeing evidence of transmission say of the virus in other countries say in South Korea and Japan in Italy and Iran so far it appears that at least the United States we still have very few cases under fifty I believe and out of which nearly all of the cases we're able to track meaning that they're either returning travelers from China that were able to follow do contact tracing on as well as potential individuals who come back because are quarantined these two cases though are the first cases of community acquired transmission where we did not we did not know where they got infected from and do you expect to see more of those will this become a seasonal virus I expect I I believe that that's certainly a possibility one thing that might happen and that may be due due to the characteristics of this virus that roughly about the the majority of people roughly about eighty to eighty five percent of people infected they have mild symptoms that have no symptoms at all it's only the small fraction of say ten to fifteen percent of of of the individuals affected who develop more severe disease which is pneumonia so I I do feel that there may be there is certainly the possibility and the CDC has warned of this there's certainly the possibility that we may see ongoing community transmission and more more cases of this virus in the community let's turn now to talking about testing and then therapies so first on the testing yesterday governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference he said the state had only received a few hundred test kits from the CDC and that we needed more can you tell us about the testing protocol and how many more kids do we need well we we we probably will end up needing hundreds to thousands of cats and the reason is that we we need to we desperately need kits that can be done locally one big problem which has been increasing in eight states at all testing had to be sent to a centralized laboratory the CDC and as a result you would have to wait to ask our doctors would have to wait days in some cases longer than you know twenty four forty eight hours two to three days before you get a result back so what's really needed are diagnostic tests that could be done but locally by either the county public health laboratory or by the hospital and I think that the CDC is making efforts on moving that test the testing to be local and this is part of your work you were on with us a short time ago to talk about creating a rapid diagnostic tool yes how is that going so that's going well we we've developed as a point of care diagnostic where input so we can actually diagnosis infection get a nasal swab gets a mucus from patient and be able to diagnose an infection within thirty minutes so structurally this this test works the the main challenges right now or is finding a commercial partner where we can potentially put this tests get FDA approval for this test and be able to deploy it so that could be used to to help doctors make diagnoses and if that happens how long would it be until we could see it in action well it's it's my hope that we really need to because of the public health urgency of this thread that we really need to have better diagnostic test so it's not just my efforts but really kind of the efforts as a scientific community as a clinical community we need to have tests that could be deployed within a matter of weeks to months and I think that's the time frame that we're talking

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How to Determine Your AI Project Needs with Dr. Charles Martin

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

09:02 min | 3 years ago

How to Determine Your AI Project Needs with Dr. Charles Martin

"Kick things off you're buying in procuring. Ai By talking about vendors being able to kind of screen through who do we want to work with do we want to work with consulting firm a when Ai Software company you know which ones do we wanna work with. How do you like to think about that? Screening process from the buyer's ears perspective. I guess the first thing I would ask is do. We have a very clear idea of what we're buying for. Example are are we we by buying a service to object recognition and if so does the service usable on the data that we have so is it just a SAS service that we can he just run or are we buying some sort of vertical product that solves a particular need in our industry. Maybe it does. Ai Hey but or maybe it does something a call but it gives us an incremental lift or are we trying to bring in a consulting firm to help us solve problems and I think that many solutions particular vendors you may be selling a platform for example may have actually a very high systems integration cost as well as the development cost and I think that. That's it's difficult to really assess if you don't have a very a good understanding of the problem you're trying to solve. Yeah I was GONNA say. Assessing development cost assessing implementation cost. It sounds like you'd really need a lot of stakeholders in the room to figure out. Hey how accessible is that data and maybe we need to investigate that or is this going to work with these kinds of systems. And who do we need to talk talked to about that. I mean it really feels like there'd be a lot of moving parts in getting a sense of how do these alternative stack up in terms of ease of deployment. How do you even begin to think about that? Well look a lot of. Ai is very ethereal it just sort of sounds like you're doing this magical thing and a lot of it is understood metaphorically well it work in this area so it should work for in this other area and we have a lot of people come to us who just do not have a clear understanding of the technology analogy or what it can do or they made understand the fidelity at which they needed they think well it seems to work and we put into production yet. It just doesn't have the accuracy that we were expecting were. Our problem is so nuanced that it doesn't work for our problem. We don't get the kind of specificity that we need and I. I think that it is a problem. In people. Subway do not have experience with the technologies either a general experience technology or specific experience with the vendor. And it's very hard to gain that experience other than directly. You know visceral. You've got to work with the technology. Yeah I mean Kinda wild maybe like the all these lessons to be learned the hard way. I'm sort of imagine a company that's looking at two different vendors. Maybe it's A relatively simple use case like fraud. So we're an ECOMMERCE company. We've got you know a lot of chargebacks or potentially fraudulent transactions. And we're looking looking at you know a sift science and we're looking at some other vendor. We're trying to figure out who among these really that. That's a good look. I use them guys out here in the Valley Ali who worked at one of the major banks and they built the fraud detection system at the bank and then they went and often. Don't the fraud detection on their own and sold the bag and and you know it was built by guys working at a bank for banks and it did you know would level high live in San Francisco and somebody in Philadelphia using my credit card can figure out that was probably not me and it you know that was a very specific vertical and it does a very specific thing and you know there may be other are people in your vertical who are using it and you know I think a lot of times companies just want to do what everybody else is doing as with all investing you need need to have a lead. Yeah elite customer who can qualify that. The product is very good but if you're trying to detect some very specific kind of fraud awed specific to you you may have to invest in. RND project to figure out how to detect fraud and that is it is hard. Yeah now you're working with your own data. You're basically doing your own science in breaking down a unique problem so when I was at Ebay we we had a fraud ten years ago. We had a fraud detection team. I mean maybe if he based at the scale of a small European country so our and we had a detector Dave when we were doing neural networks ten years ago when we know and Ebay has an art department and but we had a separate department outside of are just working on fraud. And you know those guys I think. Think of Italy became balance here. But some of those guys. It's if you're trying to solve something very unique to your specific company as opposed to your industry if it's unique year company. If it's your crown jewels you may not have a lot of success working with an off the shelf solution on the other hand. If you're just trying to solve a common problem that everybody else has and it's very commodity and it's very standard. It may be okay got it till should people assume that if this is A. I'm wondering what bespoke means so like you said a particular kind of fraud so you know. Maybe we're a I don't know we're we're a platform type business business that deals with a certain kind of fake accounts or something that's may be different than the most common sorts of like payment fraud or something like that. If it's maybe something that we feel is is unique in no vendor has built specifically for. Is it safe to presume that now we're going to be looking more at consulting firms and or in house development like almost ubiquitously or do we still talk vendors that are close to it and figure out if there's a way that they could helper that almost always a recipe for failure. I'm interested in your take. Well I I think a lot of the problem with any kind of fraud that other companies aren't telling you what fraud they're receiving. Yeah unless it's you know when they're sec filings. You're not going to know so I think a lot of times people talk to vendors just to find out what's happening in the space right. They just want to know all you guys so you sold your fraud. Product of this guy so to wells does frogger where charge lobby went the same product. Just make sure we have it and you know some you may know something. We look a lot of times. People talk to vendors just because they're trying to figure out what other people are doing and a lot of times when you're trying to solve a major problem you end up hiring someone from the industry who knew what they did another another company otherwise it's just hard to know and that's the problem with things like fraud or security is that they're unknowns and I think that we don't it's not like we have a national effort to prevent fraud. I look really good example. I mean fraud in the dating online dating. I helped a an old student of mine. He started a company that got acquired. The one of the big dating firms on dating and the the entire product was a fraud selection. What would happen is when people would try to the scammers on these match match dot com and tenders and things like this right? Yeah GAM people into giving you money at fraud scamming you the scamming the custom on your blind so we invented a technology that would create a phantom platform so the fraudsters would know that they've been kicked off the platform and that was is the key idea and we were. We were just sitting in a pizza shop in North Megyn. I came up with the idea. You know that those kinds of technologies is that something that everybody has it is. Do there exists some sort of vendor that could create a phantom platform so if you have people on your platform that are bad actors. You can make them think you're still in the because what would happen is the fraudsters where they get kicked off the platform they log back in but if they don't know they've been kicked off the platform they never leave. Oh Oh that's cool. Okay yeah so finding finding like yes. So that's super bespoke. So maybe the take home anyway of two other short questions here but maybe take home is like if you're looking at a remarkably bespoke bill problem. Maybe you're quote unquote vendor landscape. You're looking at might be more of a build slash custom kind of a Shebang in terms of a consulting firm. Your in house resources says versus looking for WHO's got the the plug and play solution and I think you might find that certainly for us. It's true if you have a small company you might be solving a problem other people have and so you might be able to outsource some of the risks by working with vendor. Who develop that with you and you know maybe you own on the Ip for a year and then you about themselves abby that would be a great opportunity for a small company to come in and develop some unique Ip that is in the fraud space or in some other part of? Okay I will they can resolve other companies you get exclusivity for like a year you get thirty percent ownership but that would be a great deal and I think that's otherwise you really in and you're you're a lot of these products are I mean is not a product as much as it is a technology. Yep

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Pitfalls to Avoid for the ROI of AI

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

11:50 min | 3 years ago

Pitfalls to Avoid for the ROI of AI

"This is Dan a Angela. You're listening to a in industry. Last week. We heard from Song Car Iranian chief practice officer of Fratelli analytics. This is a Unicorn Company. A giant firm focused on a consulting analytics consulting with large organizations this week we speak with someone with a similar background ground but at a much smaller firm Dr Charles Martin runs a company called calculation insulting Dr Charles is a bit of a mentor of mine when it comes to a knowledge even speaking to him about our business here at emerged for three plus years and Charles joins us in this month's theme on the Roi of Artificial Intelligence Charles Cassini inside of big companies like black rock on enlarge media firms in you name it in a number of different machine learning oriented projects for ten years running and Charles speaks for this this week about the particular pitfalls to getting to our lied he speaks at length about some of the cultural elements within enterprises that make it so hard to focus on the aspects of ai that are ultimately going to lead us to seeing the return Charles is quite a character and we go off in all kinds of different directions. His brain gene works in in funky ways and so we go off on one tangent run off into another tangent. That's just Kinda how my conversation with Charles so be a little bit prepared for that but it's an awfully awfully fun episode and if you're tuned in an listening closely you'll pick up on some very important. kind of cultural trends that you'll need to be ready for the fact of the matter. Is this if you are prepared for the cultural hurdles for some of the team collaboration challenges that are inevitable bringing. Ai To life in the enterprise you are going going to have a better chance of getting our y point blank period and Charles articulates them at length and with color in this episode here on a industry so without further ado you. Let's hop right in so Charles I wanted to kick off with cer- thinking about the factors mean to consider before pulling the trigger on a I project before diving into an initiative the what should business leadership which the project team do well ahead of time to give themselves the best chance of seeing a return on a project. What would you kind of nutshell there you know I I think I would give the same advice that we get in a startup is that you need to figure out how you can test your assumptions functions as quickly as possible and to pivot is quickly as possible to be able to run different kinds of experiments to figure out? What's really going to work yet so it let me think about that? Maybe out loud here with you Charles in other words when we're kicking off an issue. It's not just okay. This is the goal that we're shooting for. It's this is the goal. Here's how we think we're GONNA get there. Does this involve a little bit of Plan B. Plan C. A number of different hypotheses. We could run with kind of having all of that on decks that that if we need to change direction we can do it in real time or what does that look like in Let me give you the alternative y'all is that you go out and you have some idea that some data's going to be useful and so you spend half a million dollars buying this data and then you spend six months trying to get your data the infrastructure in place and at the end of all this you find out that the data was useless and someone comes the data scientists and go well. Why doesn't this work and they just kind of looked at you puzzle go? Why would you think it would work you you? There's been no actual vetting of the actual project other than some sort of soft feeling that you have that this should work and I think that's the hardest part is that it's sort of the story of the Edsel you know that people went out thought they are and what you have is a lot of edsels. You're not getting in front of customers or in front of users. It's getting inside your own infrastructure and figuring out what you have ch- and it's a lot easier and a lot more enticing ver- ingineers especially. It people to want to build things than to want to solve problems so they will spend an enormous amount of time time building infrastructure setting up databases doing compliance all sorts of things everything that's safe because they already know how to do it and you're just just building something and you know how to scope but you know how to budget and you know how to staff for it and then when you get to the A. I. Part you're like well. We have all the infrastructure in place then you find lied out well. You didn't really think about what you had and it turns out that maybe maybe he didn't really look carefully at your data data and it turns out your data's of mass and it takes you months of just figuring out what's in your data or or maybe it turns out the idea you had just as fundamentally only not viable. We've we've had many projects like this. Someone comes to us and they want to do a project and we look at the data and they're just like we're you know you're just going to build features and build a model built features. There's and build a model we look at the data we go. This is not a viable idea and if you look at it you could see immediately that this isn't GonNa fly and I think that's the hardest part and so you need to figure out how to design a process within your organization where you can avoid all of the process that you already have house. You can start running experiments here. Here's another another good problem another issue that comes up a lot of organizations especially. It organizations are designed around automation automation compliance governance. They want things to run into end automatically and so you start working on a project and you've got an idea of you built a modern you and you might take you like a week to build a model. Maybe it's not that complicated model as it takes six months to get this thing into production why well because you're inside the. It department is insisting that the entire product be run into end within your it infrastructure well I he's he's been around for twenty years and so the infrastructure is quite mature and Y- There's compliance issues around the data and you have to have automated build systems and automated deploy systems and it turns out that it turns that you're not really set up to do that yet. You're automated. Systems are not designed nice to roll out this new product and so it's kind of like saying the analogy matching of a factory in the factory. Make some kind of widget and you WanNa make something new. You know you WANNA make some new toy your toy company toy but you don't really know if the children are going to like it you gotta figure out how could you make a hundred little toys Oy. Give him out to your customers and tested before you spend six months retrofitting your factory and the same thing problem and it I- shops the problem is that the it world wants delivery but data science is not about delivery. It's about discovery discovery. Okay another this okay you might if we poke into this Charles Life. That's more than a lot to unravel here. I know the audience is GonNa want to catch up with so yes yeah so the delivery versus discovery is a very interesting dynamic. It's a that's a nice nutshell. You know it's sort of like you have emphasized the. Ai Is not it deal you know we have kind of the probabilistic versus the the more if then type of scenario this is another lens on it the delivery it versus discovery avary and I think one of the things that would be useful to unravel for the audience would be what are these assumptions. What are these assumptions that maybe people don't realize our assumption so the way that I see this when you're articulating Charleston I want to kind of make this into a couple of actionable bullets for for the folks tuned in would be as we're imagining our? Ai Project we're thinking through okay. I believe that this data trained in this kind of way with this kind of a model would be able to decrease are false positives or would be able to recommend commend better products that might improve our car value by X. percent or something like that whatever the case may be what we'd have to do is essentially look at what we're going to try and ask ourselves in a very harsh light here and preferably with data scientists in the room. I think a lot of these mistakes are made when it's just the C. Suite laying out how this is GonNa work we get data scientists in the room mm-hmm and we say which of these things that that we're GonNa think are going to happen here or completely hypotheses and maybe we're never going to have one hundred a percent of a proper guests on the upfront but can we maybe come up with a better set of hypotheses. Is there a better data set we could start with. We don't know it's going to work but maybe we could begin with a better hypothesis so is it. Is it worth sort of assessing here's what we want to roll out. Here's all the all the assumptions that underpin that whether we think their assumptions are not here's all the assumptions that underpin that data scientists scientists and business people to pick those apart and then say are any of these blatantly stupid or can any of these be tested in very small ways that we feel good about releasing these funds is this kind of what you're getting at is. Is there a better more high level way yeah go ahead kind of but the here's the problem with that we've had projects go into a company and we have a very very simple product. We want to produce something you want to improve the accuracy wouldn't build some classify or some predictor as look you gotta give me your data and you gotTa give me two weeks seeks minimum to just look at the data and what happens is they come in and the first thing they want to do is have this hypothesis session but they're not hypotheses their conjectures because a hypothesis in the scientific method requires that you I have looked at some data we make hypothesis. This is based on things you've seen so it's not a hypothesis if you haven't actually looked at anything yet conjecture just wild speculation and what happens is you go into a planning meeting and people have all sorts of ideas of things it would like to try all we can do this so we can do that we could. It's like you know you're it's not they're not functional ideas because you haven't really thought about what the date is actually telling you and I think this is one of the hardest things to grasp and it's very hard because what happens in any organization is larger Oreo especially now because or now we're starting to see I A- carrying larger organizations tend to think about how people in large organizations thank you know when the manager or the or the or the business leader comes in and says something well. They're gonNA do whatever that person says irrespective of whether it's a good idea or not because they're trying to basically do their job and cover themselves so they're not going thank you and and and they're not gonNA think okay I need to go out and take some risk and I need to try to guess what we need to do anything to try to look at the date on prophesized something. They're gonNA be much more comfortable if someone tells them. Here's what I want you to do and you do it because they're going to be more secure in their jobs. It's just the nature of how how large organizations work many times you know when we've done. Ai Project that they think what's changed is that if you were to talk to me about a I even five years ago I would say well. This is mostly being done within the innovation groups of a company but now what we're finding is you know you carve out some piece of the company which is isolated needed from all the other processes and by carving that out you're not burdened by the processes or the management structure but now we're starting to see I happened inside of companies just inside the company. Everyone wants to be. I every company is trying to be an I look it's all Google and facebook talk about as ai yes.

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It’s time cellphone signal jammers were installed in people’s steering wheels

The CyberWire

03:11 min | 4 years ago

It’s time cellphone signal jammers were installed in people’s steering wheels

"Is a legal. Let's assume we can get asked that point. Well, let's start off by describing what they're after here. Why why they think that possibly having, you know, extremely low low reach jammers might might improve safety when it comes to cell phone use in cars. Well, the concept of courses texting and driving and other forms of distracted driving. Our a major safety issue on the road. And if we had a way of blocking people cellphones than we'd be in a better position wouldn't text and drive would drive more safely. That's the fundamental premise in order to accomplish that though you need to extend a bubble of jamming that only affects the driver of an individual via. And there's a there's a huge technical challenge there and being able to tolerate the power. Level. In order to only affect that one very localized spot. So this is the kind of thing where there could be more practical solutions. I I know for example, apple has something in Iowa that that will allow you to opt in if it senses that you're using a map sap or travelling at a certain speed, you can have things like text automatically get put on hold until you finished your trip. Exactly. That's the more proactive solutions defined automotive technology that will integrate with people's phones or two more safely. Engage the user enough on so for example, easy to configure easy to use hands free. I was a huge analogy gain, but the industry and now most people are not holding a phone to their head. Of course, we still have challenges of texting e-mailing if there's ways to figure out how to delivery of those tax or find other ways in which the user can interact with that data and a more Safeway. I think that's the solution. Of course, we're also looking down the road towards. Sauce driving and Thomas vehicles. So having jammers and steering wheels. Would would cause problems when you're when you're on a mobile is using the cellular network to do Atanas navigation and things of that nature. So we generally don't wanna jam the airwaves, we won't car steel neck of the at that we can support a lot of features. And if your car is able to do adaptive cruise control and lane assist and becomes increasingly Thomas, then again safety those ups. Yeah. And the FCC doesn't take kindly to these sorts of things in this story. They they point to a gentleman who's hit with the forty eight thousand dollar fine for playing around with his jamming device. Indeed. Yes. Under the communications act of nineteen thirty four it is illegal to operate a jammer cell phone or otherwise, unless you're the federal government. So not a good idea. All right. All right. Well, we'll hold off for more practical technical solutions. Dr Charles Clancy. Thanks for joining us. And that's the cyber wire.

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Prostate Cancer, PSA and Dr Charles Snyder discussed on Reimagine America

Reimagine America

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Prostate Cancer, PSA and Dr Charles Snyder discussed on Reimagine America

"Using the PSA blood tests to screen for prostate cancers become a controversial proposition. Dr Charles Snyder and tells us about a new recommendation, PSA or prostate specific antigen is high almost all men with prostate cancer. PSA could also be hired other prostate diseases, particularly benign prostatic, enlargement common an older, man. A British expert tail allies five major clinical trials of PSA screening. They conclude PSA screening

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Egypt detains another monk linked to abbot's death

Morano in the Morning

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Egypt detains another monk linked to abbot's death

"Anything else just wouldn't be smart com- Members of Israel should say the in the US over thirty percent of babies are delivered by caesarean section Dr Charles Snyder men has more on the story pregnancy lasts forty weeks after which labor begins and. Birth occurs if labor is not occurred by forty one weeks it is usually induced medically six thousand women were offered elective labor induction to thirty nine weeks, versus waiting caesarean sections where. Necessary and significantly fewer than either waiting for spontaneous labor or induction of forty one weeks, this is Dr Charles letter, reporting from Washington members of Israel's Arab minority, led a mass protests in central Tel. Aviv against the. Contentious law that critics say marginalize the state's, non-jewish citizens the rally nam.

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Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

"Of. Snarled streets and stranded riders in Barcelona we got a report from correspondent Rhonda rock stra taxi, drivers in the popular Spanish tourist destination continued their strike protesting ride hailing apps like Uber and camouflage hundreds of hacks Proctor cabs in the middle of the ground via Saturday were some drivers spent. The night in their vehicles war intense the strike started Wednesday for judge decided to suspend the need for additional. Authorization, for ride hailing companies to operate meanwhile Uber. And suspended services after, taxi supporters assaulted several of their drivers Rhonda rockstar reporting the death toll from a strong earthquake that struck Indonesia's popular tourist island of Lombok today has risen to fourteen with one hundred sixty people hurt the quake damaged more than one thousand, houses and was felt in nearby Bali but no damage or casualties were reported their. News and analysis, at townhall dot com I'm Michael Harrington The US now has the highest maternal mortality rate of. Any developed nation Dr Charles Snyder and tells us about efforts to improve. Care after delivery US women are waiting until later life to have children in this may explain the paradox of more complications in pregnancy. Despite obstetric care, the American culture obstetrics gynecology is calling health insurers to support routine maternal ongoing care after birth rather than. Warm isolated visit this is Dr Charles Snyder reporting from Washington. Today of Sunday July the twenty ninth and it's a birthday for, some notable people, including, former Senator, Nancy Kassebaum Baker She's eighty, six, years old Actor Robert fuller. Turns eighty five former. Senator Elizabeth. Dole is eighty two Acura David Warner has seventy seven, candles on, his, birthday cake rock musician Neal doughty of. REO speedwagon seventy-two documentary maker Ken burns sixty five more on these. Stories at townhall dot com As your car Tune.

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Postural Hypotension Linked With Higher Dementia Risk

Doctor Health Radio Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Postural Hypotension Linked With Higher Dementia Risk

"Keeping blood pressure low and mid life may. Reduce the risk of Alzheimer's dementia after seventy Dr. Charles, Snyder and tells us about new study systolic blood pressure or s BT is the first number of presenting the pressure on arteries when the hardest pumping over eighty five hundred Europeans. In their forties and fifties, with SBP averaging one hundred and thirty forty five percent higher risk of developing dementia by h seventy than. Those whose Espy. Averaged one hundred and. Twenty over those years this is Dr. Charleston item reporting from Washington. CVS said Friday it's investigating personal misconduct claims after the company's chief executive last moon Vaz was. The subject of, a New Yorker story, detailing sexual misconduct allegations the media company said independent members of its board of directors are investigating claims that violate the company's clear policies regarding personal. Misconduct news and analysis at townhall dot com I'm Gordon Griffin Special home windows intended to muffle jet noise near Chicago's airports are. Causing a different problem bad odor Chicago department of. Aviation, insists there are no health risks related to the windows but deputy Commissioner aaronow Donal hells WBZ MTV that homeowners should remove the screens no other remedies or planned until fall reports. Say the smell on hot, days is coming from screens coated with polyvinyl chloride odonnell says the odor gets trapped between two panels of. Glass that's correspondent. Rich Thomasson Twitter's stock. Plunged Friday after it reported a decline. In its monthly users and. Warned that they never could fall further in the coming months the twenty point five percent plunge. Comes one day, after Facebook lost nineteen, percent of its value in a single day Twitter says it's putting the long-term stability.

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