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"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:06 min | Last month

"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Welcome to the martek podcast. Today we're going to talk about the science of machine learning and marketing, joining us is Dwayne veron, who is the founder and CEO of media science, which is a lab based audience research provider, incorporating a range of neuro measures, including biometrics, facial expression analysis, eye tracking, EEG, and more. With state of the art labs in New York, Chicago and Austin, media sciences discovering actionable insights and advertising, technology, media, and consumer trends. Yesterday, doctor Dwayne and I talked about how artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing consumer research, and today we're going to continue the conversation talking about some of the innovations from AI and ML in the martech industry. This interview is brought to you by higher logic. Are you ready to move beyond transactional relationships? Want to build more engaged, meaningful connections with your customers? Well, higher logic vanilla is the leading online community platform for growth minded companies. The vanilla platform combines the power of communities, Q&A, and knowledge bases to increase retention, reduce customer support, and maximize revenue with higher logic vanilla, your customers can seamlessly engage with their peers to get answers for their questions, provide feedback and become an advocate for your brand. So join more than 3000 companies representing 350,000 online communities with more than 2 million users using higher logic vanilla to get started today, go over to higher logic dot com or you can use mar tech pod dot com slash vanilla. That's Marta pod dot com slash vanilla. And also since you're into marketing podcasts, check out marketing made simple, hosted by doctor JJ Peterson, marketing made simple, brings you practical tips to make marketing easy and more importantly, make it work. And JJ is a brilliant marketer and a friend of the mar tech podcast. So to hear tips like how to write a captivating speech or how to market yourself into a new job, search for marketing, made simple in your podcast app. We're going to HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. Okay, on to today's episode. All right, here's the second part of my conversation with doctor Duane veran, founder and CEO of media science. Doctor Duane, welcome back to the martek podcast. It's great to be back. Excited to have you back on the show and excited to continue our conversation yesterday. We talked about consumer research and specifically how media science is taking advantage of some of the more cutting edge technologies monitoring the signals that people give while they are exposed to media and some sort of stimulus. All right, do your hands get sweaty. Does your heart beat go down? Does your mouth go up when you see an ad? Those are all different signals that tell us different reactions to an ad, a political statement, somebody's presence. So consumer research is being changed pretty dramatically by some of the testing and science that we're able to do, there's also a fair amount of artificial intelligence and machine learning that is going into the mar tech industry. Let's start off by first off defining artificial intelligence and machine learning. What are the two of them? And then I'm also going to ask you, obviously, what's the impact they're having on the martech industry, but start off with giving me the definitions of AI and ML. Well, rather than a definition, I might just talk through because I think people hear these things and they don't know necessarily what it entails. And where the real revolution is, how it is that this kind of like turbo charges everything. I mean, it's really powerful. And it's implications. I hear artificial intelligence. And I think, oh, that stuff that Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Apple, Netflix, are doing, and that everybody else says they're doing, but really they're talking about marketing automation and machine learning. Am I wrong? I feel like artificial intelligence, you need this giant dataset and people actually aren't using it. So artificial intelligence is a broader concept, just the idea that you have machines helping facilitate decisions. But machine learning is more specific, and much more accessible than people realize. Machine learning is not as difficult to do, any company could really start doing it. It's not that hard. Let me give you a little bit of background on what machine learning is and how it works. And I might use a real world example to help illustrate that. So that media science, one of the measures that we use based on software we developed ourselves is we analyze people's blinking behavior. So when you're paying attention, your eyes blink less frequently and your eyes are open for longer periods of time than they are when you're not paying attention or when something is not. I mean, if you think about it, if you're getting drowsy, your eyes are kind of keeping close longer periods of time, et cetera. That's at the extreme. So we want to measure people's blinking behavior. And we need software to do it. And there was not software in the market to do it. So we had to invent our own. Now, our team worked on that for many years. And in the initial years, it was a very, very, very hard challenge. Because you have to have algorithms to detect the face. Now you need algorithms that detect the eyes. I mean, you can imagine how incredibly complex it is to work out the math that you need to kind of figure out when an eye is open or close, given a natural video feed, for example. Now then machine learning comes along. And something which we had been working on for four or 5 years suddenly goes from being a task that requires years to do to something that literally requires days to do. Tell me how that works. How did it move from a yearlong project or multiple years to a couple of days? So machine learning, the way that it works is you have a reference. You need a reference library. So in this case, we're interested in people's blinking behavior. We need a library of videos for which we have humanly coded when the eye is open and when the eye is closed. So that's a task. We might farm that out to third world countries or something and get all this data back around when the eye was open when I was close. And then you give it to the computer. And you say to the computer, okay, computer, you go out there, I don't know how to tell you how to do it, but you figure out, here's the data. This is when the eyes open, this is when the eyes close, you figure it out. And that's what machine learning does. And the way that it does it is it literally takes every pixel on the screen, and it just creates math around running millions of trials over and over and over again, testing different possibilities to see how it can account for that. And then at the end of that process, these millions of data runs that it can do again very quickly, it then gives you an algorithm, which will detect whether the eyes open or close. And it's just as good, if not better than what we would have produced after 5 years of work trying to get there. So now you have this tool which revolutionizes in anything that you can reduce to a reference library. You can actually then start getting that kind of machine learning around. So very, very powerful, particularly in terms of the speed at which it can start to detect

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"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

05:07 min | Last month

"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Doctor Duane, welcome to the mar tech podcast. That's great to be here. Thanks for having me. Excited to have you as our guest excited to talk a little of the more technical side of marketing this is the martech podcast normally we kind of focus on the mar part and you're going to bring some tech influence here in the sense of machine learning, artificial intelligence, some of the more sophisticated technologies we use, let's start off talking a little bit about media science in the description of this podcast I mentioned biometrics facial expression, eye tracking, EGG. Those sound like really complicated technologies. How are they actually being used in marketing? I mean, they are complicated, of course, the issue that we address in our research is that when you're talking about marketing above all you're talking about human emotion. But the tools that we use to get to human emotion usually depend on self report. In other words, whether it's a focus group or a survey or an interview, we're relying on what people tell us about their emotional journey. The problem is, people lack and understanding of their own emotional journey. So when you ask a person a question about how they feel about something, what they're giving you is the rational interpretation of what they think they must be feeling. And that's actually far removed from their actual emotional encounter. So what we do at media science is we want to measure that emotional response directly rather than being just dependent upon what people tell us about it. So the tools that you mentioned are all tools that are designed to get at measuring that emotion directly. I mean, they are fairly complex. One of the reasons they're complexes because they vary person to person. So you can't do this against the generic set of measures. You have to actually calibrate for the individual. And then you have to actually look at that individual's response relative to their data universe, so to speak.

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"duane" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"duane" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Bears go to Lambeau, it'll be Aaron Rodgers in the pack. NFC north showdown, Sunday at 7 eastern on NBC and peacock. What's the line there? Is it ten ten and a half? Green Bay Packers against the bears, Paulie? It was ten, I got ten still. Okay. Would you update the poll results there, seat? Sure can Dan. We have got whose career would you want? Right now it's up to 50 8% going with Bezos, which is very interesting. So Jeff Bezos over Patrick Mahomes over Patrick Mahomes correct, correct. After watching last night's game, who do you feel better about? 55 percent of the audience feeling better about the chiefs. I didn't think people were so down on them, but. Okay. Well, they shouldn't, but you have analysts saying they weren't going to make the playoffs. I'm thinking, really? Okay. We've talked a little bit about what happened with the Phoenix Suns. Their owner Robert sarver. He was accused of racism, racism, misogyny, in the workplace, and this has gone on for a while. He was fined $10 million, and he was suspended for a year, and I wondered now you're putting pressure on the players and maybe minority owners. Do they do something? Do they say something? Or is this story over? I'm not quite sure, but it feels like there's just enough there that can there be pressure put on this owner to sell. The NBA commissioners already adjudicated this and commissioner silver said, all right, here's my verdict here. I don't think you can go back and go, you don't know in second thought. I'm going to do this. So I was curious what the local reaction is, Duane rank and his joining us, and he's the Arizona republic reporter for the Phoenix Suns. Dwayne, thanks for joining us. What was the initial reaction locally when this verdict was announced by the commissioner? Well, there's a couple emotions. One disappointment and that it didn't go further than just a fine and even though 10 million is the max that they can find him and then the years suspension is like, you know, there's a large set of fans that have had issues with sorry even before this. And this just pushed it over the edge that, hey, you know, we don't want him to be the majority owner. We want him out. And then there is a completely other side that just like it's a he said, she said, and it's like, okay, well, you know, there's actually a side that's actually thinks that, you know, the starving should stay. It's not as large as the majority that want him out, but I was surprised that it actually is a segment of people who believe that he should stay, but I would say the large majority wants one of them gone and once satisfied with the defined and the suspension. And especially the people who are on the other side of those racial slurs and the sex related comments inappropriate comments. But I think and why I wonder

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Hoskins' HR in 10th inning lifts Phillies past Pirates 4-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Hoskins' HR in 10th inning lifts Phillies past Pirates 4-2

"Rhys Hoskins belted a two run Homer in the top of the tenth pushing the Phillies past the pirates four to two Hoskins capped his four hit night by taking the third pitch he saw from Duane Underwood and depositing it beyond the center field wall His 20th home run gave the fills their third straight win Hoskins also tied the game with an RBI single in the 7th Sir Anthony Dominguez retired the pirates in order to force extra innings and Connor Brockton worked a perfect bottom of the tenth to pick up his first career save Keep Brian Hayes homeward for the bucks I'm Dave ferry

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The Russian Military's Weak NCO Corps on Display in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | 9 months ago

The Russian Military's Weak NCO Corps on Display in Ukraine

"No, I want to close admiral. Last question for you. I was at the beaches of Normandy with Duane two days passed. And one of the things that stuck in my mind was the heroism, not everyone of everyone involved of the leaders of the young lieutenants of general mcnerney of general Roosevelt, but they also paid particular attention to the NCOs that America was blessed with on that day that kept the men moving towards the beaches. As you take that in mind, how is the Ukrainian NCO core performed in this? I know their leadership at the top has been excellent, but as you watch as a trained military observer of every aspect of a military leadership, as your eye fallen on their NCOs, it has and here we have NATO and the west have really had extraordinary impact as follows. The Russian model of war military degrades the importance of the NCO core. It is all very officer driven because they want highly centralized control of everything. They don't want to delegate. They don't want, if you will, free market combat, where younger leaders are capable of moving out with their squad with their platoon under the leadership of a strong NCO.

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Revisiting President Bush's 2005 soTU Speech

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:15 min | 10 months ago

Revisiting President Bush's 2005 soTU Speech

"Me conclude our time by talking about the horribleness animals. Horribly, and is 2005. And that is the year of George W. Bush beginning his State of the Union. This isn't in the book, but I just want your reaction to it. Mister speaker, vice president Cheney members of Congress, fellow citizens, as a new Congress gathers, all of us in the elected branches of government share great privilege. We've been placed in office by the votes of people we serve. And tonight, that is a privilege we share with the newly elected leaders of Afghanistan, the Palestinian territories, Ukraine, and a free and sovereign Iraq. Your reaction to how George Bush began 2005 before I tell you the rest of it, Matt. Well, and even before that State of the Union was his second inaugural, where he proclaimed that the policy of the United States would seek the end of tyranny in our world. He began it with huge ambitions here. He was going not only to pursue the freedom agenda globally, but he was also going to introduce national accounts into social security. He was going to warrant immigration. And those grand ambitions, I think that nemesis pretty quickly after that State of the Union address.

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The Difference Between National Conservatives and Beltway Conservative

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 10 months ago

The Difference Between National Conservatives and Beltway Conservative

How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 10 months ago

How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court

"Presidencies can be ultimately evaluated in my view as how did they serve the constitution. And you served the constitution by the people you put on the bench. President Nixon's greatest failure is Harry blackman. Lauren Berger was not very good. Lewis Powell was okay in rehnquist was great. Ike's greatest failure was a warrant and William Brennan. Reagan's greatest failure. Though I admire her character, is justice O'Connor and justice Kennedy. H W's greatest failure is David souter. We don't know yet whether W failed when he picked John Roberts over Mike lytic. I don't think he did. I think they're both, they're both friends of mine. And they both listen to the show and so they both should hear me say, I don't think it makes a lick a difference, which one of them was going to be chief justice in the long run, though they have different temperaments. But it is Trump's triumph compared to all those other conservatives to have put on Gorsuch Kavanaugh and ABC, and when someone replaces Matt continental and writes the right in 40 years, I think they're going to hold up as the most constitutionalist person. Donald Trump and having done the most for the constitution understood is the frame of silver around the apple of gold that is the declaration by virtue of the judges and especially by virtue of those three.

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Waino, O'Neill lift Cards over Pirates in Pujols' return

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Waino, O'Neill lift Cards over Pirates in Pujols' return

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"duane" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast

Next Level Worship Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast

"When we cast a vision and got it from our theme of the year. Then I'll step back and now push them forward, not because I'm failing to do, but now pushing from behind and allowing their gifts to come out. So I had that day I talked to Duane, I was meeting one alert and I had to finish all the forever does that have been changed. To go around and talk to them, and they were very happy. And if I wanted, I would have told them to come to my home, but I want to first of all to show them on to go to where they are. The only one who can is the person who is nearby me is.

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Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video

"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"So you know one thing you have to keep in mind. Is that martial arts. Our military arts right from just from japan or china or wherever the from with day were marshall whether they were martial arts for the commoners martial arts for the military originally these these these. Are you know. Marshall means military. We're over two hundred sixty episode duane brown and allie alberigo have been sharing how to take your martial arts move the next level welcome to another addition of moaner docket on now. Here's your hope wayne alley. Hello dwayne from here with alli alberigo school in her. Talk dot com. Good morning alley. Nice to be with you sir. I got you muted. Sorry i said good morning to you. Great to be back with you again. I think for our two hundred ninety s episode. Right is something like that. Yeah i lost count man holy macro and we have a special guest today a good friend of mine in traditional martial arts school owner and your friends. You guys know each other right. Yeah yeah so. We've done stuff together before and hung out nuts so good buddy of mine. We know each other probably for like six or seven years. Now it's been about ninety nine years nine years nine years crazy right and we met at a alantic city event. And we've kind of been in touch ever since literally once a week chatting you and i don't stuff business together and so on in a great to have you here with us and i wanted to take your brain More about traditional side martial arts right you know that there's so many different martial arts out there that are run different schools. so we'll for. I asked you any questions. Doing what would you consider yourself. Are you a traditional school. Modern school at what are you. What would you consider yourself. I would say a little bit of both. I would say probably in the beginning. I was more traditional. I would still say. I'm like sixty forty. Okay yeah sixty percent traditional forty percent other stuff and i guess we have to define what traditional me. They just going to ask you that question. Like what is your definition Die kick it. yeah. I mean we. We are doing traditional tongue pseudo. With regards to the forms and the hand and foot techniques and then obviously following some traditions with regards to obvious. Yes sir no sir. Those type of things titles not necessarily so much with the korean titles although we have ranks and we're not necessarily addressing the ranks per se only because You know one of the problems. I've found for me was being christian and rented a christian martial arts school. When i was a master..

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"duane" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"One of the best things you can do is remember your other passions so for me One of one of our family cautions is lego and and just having a space dedicated to lay to gather no laying those who claim together. Stay together right building businesses. Great you get right. going on. Dates is great but just getting a sense of clay and then of course being clay away. That's phone zero four of us Has really want kept a sane when things get busy and crazy to keeps the kids to strack three really does green us together around a really fun activity. And of course gets me to act like a child again which would be my other piece of advice. Learn how to be a kid again. Your business will thank you. Your your spouse will thank you. Your kids will definitely they too right. And so so that child lake nece. Your admonished edified to live. You know with that state of conscious with that state of being by the guru. Jesus himself And i think it really is. I put that into practice in will lego route. Why i did it. Yesterday was so stressed out. And what a relief. Great you just going into a state of clay and everybody in the house thankfully. Because i and i lot calmer all right so i'm digging it so you're doing the lego thing with your kiddos Something that i did. I certainly did that with my kids. You know we do puzzles cards. Different things like that but something as they start to get older and before my girls moved away. Texas and my son was in college We used to play music in the car and we would sing along to it but in addition to that we would. We would dance while we were in the car. You know do different hand gestures up. There's only so much movement you can do in a car bud We would do that you know. We had certain songs we would play is definitely lent themselves more to dancing and so we would do that. I was so much fun. We always have fun doing that. Yeah yeah is just the right. I think our body our nine the shift so much release that needs to happen and as an entrepreneur. We can get so stressed out that that just spills over onto all the relationships. And that's really. It's finding that release valve. That's healthy not coping. Yeah yulia for sure duane. How can people find you in canada. Sure yes so. Obviously the show is the best.

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Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan

"Cards are available and there are thirteen to fourteen million of them in the united states. For any number of reasons you can be the family member of an american citizen. You can be a religious worker. You can be an afghan who worked for the united states anytime for at least a year on the international security assistance mission for a year. You have gotten your green card that way you can mean. International broadcasting can be a member of an international organization. We don't know who those thousands of green card members are but david drucker. It made it to your paper. The washington examiner yesterday. The big story of the lincoln hearing was the green card number thousands of waffle. Us resonance left in afghanistan. Were you surprised by that. No not necessarily. I mean i think the larger issue here or you know the issue here he is. Does the administration know exactly. How many are there. They are is it. Thousands and thousands is it the low thousands The issue is one. We left them there but second do know who they are. David i have to disagree with you after three weeks. Four weeks of hearing about one hundred americans then bahir blankets at well. We have thousands of green card holders. Hey they're americans. They have legal permanent residents here. Like duane said next door neighbors a bread. Who married in american adam. The engineer chief engineer here his mom's canadian. Pr lp are everywhere. I mean they just left him right. And i think that's i think that's the larger issue but i also think it's important that the administration either knows who they left. Were doesn't know who they're left in. Are they being candid. Especially in these hearings earrings with what they know in decisions. They made in one of the things. I would like to see out of the senate today that i didn't really see out of the house yesterday as some really incisive pointed questionings with let's grandstand in so the administration either starts to talk about decisions. Made and what. The situation on the ground is more just simply reveals that it was as haphazard inside as it looked on the outside and they don't really know what's going on but i think it's important for the american public to understand that i definitely important for congress understand that to put the proper amount of pressure on the administration and at least be able to talk about this in a real way.

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"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tek. Podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're gonna talk about the science of machine learning in marketing. Joining us is duane veron. Who is the founder and ceo of media science which is a lab based audience research provider incorporating a range of narrow measures including biometrics facial expression analysis eye tracking eeg and more with state of the art labs in new york chicago and austin media. Sciences discovering actionable insights advertising technology media and consumer trends. So far this week dr duane and i have talked about how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning in consumer research and yesterday we talked about a and machine learnings innovation in martic today. We're going to wrap up the conversation and talk about how science is changing the advertising industry but before we get started with today's interview i wanted to share some exciting news as part of our relationship with the hub. Spot podcast network. I've been invited to participate. in hub. Spots inbound twenty twenty one conference inbound is an amazing resource to find inspiration. Grow your network and to learn from global industry leaders across business marketing sales and customer success. And this year's lineup includes some amazing speakers. In business and media including oprah winfrey dave chang spike lee. You know just me and oprah hanging out talking about our media empires no big deal anyway. You can grab a free starter. Pass to access all spotlight conversations. Where upgrade to a powerhouse. Pass for full access to breakout sessions. Curated meetings on demand content and more the inbound twenty one conferences hosted with love by hub spot and it takes place on october twelfth through the fourteenth to learn more about the inbound. Twenty twenty one lineup or to register for the conference for free could inbound dot com. that's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com that's inbound dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by linked in marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you mark it on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in. And that's why seventy eight percent of to marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as an organic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget tech podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get it by going to lincoln dot com slash mark. Again it's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign by going the lincoln dot com slash mar tech all right. Here's the last part of my conversation with dr duane. Veron founder and ceo of media. Science dr duane. Welcome back to the mark tech podcast. It's becoming a regular thing. It's becoming a regular gig. Then it's kind of how we roll around here. We get to once in the next thing you know three days later. You're still talking appreciate you coming back. And i'm excited to wrap up our conversation. So far we've talked about artificial intelligence and machine learning we talked about neuroscience and how it's changing consumer research how we can understand what some of the signals are in why people react to specific ads or media. Yesterday we talked about more artificial intelligence machine learning how that works. And how we're applying it into martin today want to specifically focus on science and advertising. It seems like there are some fundamental changes for how people react to advertising also some of the formats of advertising. So you know as we start to think in a different capacity about how we should advertise where our advertisements should go. Talk to me about how some of the technologies that you have worked with are changing marketers. Thoughts on their ad buys nad strategies. I think the biggest change that we've seen over the course of the past decade or so is that especially with premium advertising tv ads etcetera. We've really gone from a one trick. County which was the thirty second commercial to a universe of infinite possibilities when it was one format people had to fit whenever their needs were into that media. It was just a factor. These are the rules. You have a thirty second commercial figure out how to take your marketing objectives and squeeze it within that template now we live in a universe with like i say infinite possibilities so the question becomes push wrandell and there's a lot of possibilities out there so you need to have some way of really grappling with what your objectives are in the first vice. What you communication objectives are and had a measure for success and that's.

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"duane" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on KCRW

"Duane Brown School Board members here in Los Angeles have voted in a special session to require mandatory coronavirus vaccinations for students, 12 years and older. That resolution cites the rising number of pediatric hospitalizations and covid 19 cases, as well as the need to keep schools operating in the nation's second largest school district after more than a year of mostly remote learning. Most of the seven school board members voted to back the measure. The Biden administration says it has facilitated the departure of more Americans and green card holders from Afghanistan. NPR's Michele Kelemen tells us Qatar helped arrange the chartered flight. It was the first of what U. S officials hope will be more regular flights out of Kabul, National Security Council spokesperson Emily Price writes in a statement. That the Taliban have been in her words businesslike and professional. State Department spokesperson Ned Price says he expects there will be additional opportunities for Americans and others to depart Afghanistan. The Taliban have still not allowed flights out of another city, Mazar e Sharif, where private groups have been trying to evacuate hundreds of Afghans and some American citizens. The State Department is calling on the Taliban to let those flights go. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington Meanwhile in the UK, the British minister responsible for immigration enforcement says he's prepared to authorize forcing back vessels. Carrying migrants from the French coast Villa Marks has more from London, the UK Border agency said The tactic would require personal approval of interior minister pretty Patel and could only be used in limited circumstances. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office insisted it was safe and legal. But a border agency union representatives said the proposal wasn't likely without French approval, and officials in Paris called the British plan posturing. Stocks finished lower on Wall Street today. This is NPR. And at 4 32. This is KCRW. I'm Matt Dillon. As we just heard on NPR. It is official eligible students, 12 and older in the L. A Unified school district will be required to get vaccinated against Covid by January to attend in person classes. It is the first such mandate among the major school district in the nation. The District board voted unanimously to approve the measure this afternoon. Dr Smita Malhotra is the medical director for the district. She presented data to board members showing the negative impact the virus has had on kids and the vaccine's safety in young people. She told them the benefits of requiring shots outweigh the risk. We are being called. To move away from our individualism. And make decisions. For the greater sake of humanity. More specifically. For the sake of our Children. Schools are known to be foundations and pillars of our society. Students who participate in extracurricular activities will need to line up for their shots earlier than others. Those who those with approved exemptions will be excused from the requirement. And as we see a requirement go into place here in Los Angeles, Efforts to expand vaccine mandates in California have run out of time in the state Legislature to bills aimed at requiring workers to either be vaccinated or get weekly coronavirus testing to keep their jobs have been shelved as the Legislature prepares to wrap up its business tomorrow, KCRW's Darryl Saxman has this story. California is already at the forefront of the debate about how best to encourage or require vaccinations. Governor Newsome previously ordered all of the state's roughly 2.2 million healthcare workers to either get vaccinated or lose their jobs. State workers and teachers also must get vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. Some Democrats in the state legislature wanted to go further to bills would have expanded those orders to include workers in both the public and private sectors. One bill would have required all workers to either receive the coronavirus vaccine or submit to weekly testing. Another sought to make sure state law protected businesses that chose to require their workers to be vaccinated. Both bills missed a deadline for lawmakers to vote on them this year. Their authors indicated they would try again next year. That is KCRW. Darryl Saxman reporting the State Assembly did pass a bill that would make it illegal to come within 30 FT. Of someone out of vaccination site for the purpose of harassing, intimidating or interfering. It returns to the Senate now for a final vote. Support for NPR comes from Simon and Schuster with the American Experiment. Dialogues on a Dream. By David M. Rubenstein. The story of America a Nation as an experiment in democracy, culture and ideas. The.

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"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Without any common sense to kinda like guy so when somebody's thinking about building a machine learning algorithm to be more efficient in their business. Where are the places that you're seeing them build them. the most is it in advertising. Is it in sight optimization. Getting someone through your funnel understanding who your customers are where some of the most common applications the most common applications really are where you have the data already. There's analysis occurring around the data. This is now another hand to help you and again. I want to emphasize it's important. It's not have the drive your car for you. That's a riskier proposition than it. Sounds but to make sure that it's happening in concert with people who are looking at it rationally still on making sure that it makes sense because it can be very dangerous unloaded for us though. It's actually about tools where we find. The biggest benefit is not relying on it to jar conclusions but in relying on it to help with the tools that we need to be able to draw conclusions so it helps us enormously particularly dealing with very complex algorithms associated with the measures that we have which calibrates the individual for those kinds of applications. It's huge when you're using it as a tool against what i'm confused about is what you mean by tool. I hear well okay. Where should i think about building a machine learning to help me optimize my company's performance and the answer is it's where the data is and i'm thinking is it in my customer. Acquisition is at my retention. Is it you know figuring out my sales funnel in various parts of the marketing funnel and in a. What are the tools. That i should be using. So when you say well you use it to evaluate your tools to optimize your tools. What do you mean by tools. So most people just want to drive. They don't need to know all the parts that go into the engine. A mechanic needs to know that you just want to drive the car. In the same way there are people. Were going to be working with the tools to build. The car maintain the car but the benefits of that really archer the driver. So let me give you an example. We have a spinoff which is called heart connect and that software that we make available to the market. it's for the qualitative research industry so this is for hupa who do focus groups and interviews you s. user designed kind of like research user experiences research so we make these tools available to them and there's a lot of ai that goes in because what we've done with heart connect is. We've made the process of doing that research a lot easier by having a virtual assistant. We call her eva having eva. Basically there to help you the same way that you might have an assistant helping you with some of the tasks that you're doing along the way so for example you're doing a zoom session as a focus group and you're listening to these respondents. The type of things. That heart connect is doing for you. As one is transcribing. Everything is being said. So that at the end of the session. You haven't transcripts is translating. it is translating. Into over sixty languages. Again the translation feature ai. The transcription feature ai. Then asked the session this happening. It's automatically tagging key content. You might have given it some key. Words that season he word. You have a flag pop up visually for you if you're in the client room so that's helping draw your attention. Oh they just said free. So i'm interested here or they just mentioned a competitor so eva is automating the tagging which you might have had a person to you before whence the sessions over. Oh it's tagging the sentiment. So is this a positive sense of his saying something good or negative about the brand. It's tagging that so you're seeing. That was something positive just sad. And then when you go into the session at the end of the sessions do you're adding you can automatically extract you give me all the negatives and instantly it gives you all that video or you can say automatically extract any time. Somebody talked about the competitor war. Anytime somebody said the word free or anything you want and it will automatically extract that now normally with this type of insights research. It takes about six hours for every one hour of actual content for you to be able to extract the insights that you want this now takes. What was six hours of work fridge. Our and there might be you know thirty hours of data that you collect it and it takes that an reduces. It's almost instantaneously so you're using the benefits of a i as a tool to give you better access to faster access. Better access to insights. I think the reality is that artificial intelligence and machine learnings are all around us in marketing and specifically in the mar tech industry. When you think about how were advertising were relying on the machine learning and artificial intelligence from some of the platforms when you think about optimizing your site and some of the tools that you use to help you understand what your throughput as they're even things like hey content creation we're thinking about transcriptions. Artificial intelligence machine learning is not only starting to help us understand tag flag and make meaning out of our content also starting to have us produce it as well so we're going to continue this conversation talking about other ways that artificial intelligence and machine learning are relevant for marketers in tomorrow's episode. And that wraps up. This episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with dwayne veron the founder and ceo of media science in the third part of this interview. Which will publish tomorrow. Dr duane and i are going to continue the conversation talking about how science has changed the advertising industry. If you can't wait until our next episode. And you'd like to learn more about dr duane. You can find a link to his linked in profile on our show notes. You can contact him on twitter. Where his handle is duane baron. That's d. u. a. n. e. v. a. r. a. n. or you can visit his company's website which is media science dot com a special. Thanks to hub spot for sponsoring this. Podcast don't forget that the inbound twenty twenty one conferences coming on october twelfth through the fourteenth. So if you want inspiration. If you'd like to grow your network or learn from global leaders and business and media like oprah winfrey spike lee. You know me. Head over to inbound dot com. That's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com check out their lineup or register for free inbound dot com and also a special thanks to linked in marketing solutions. For sponsoring this podcast. It's time for you to do business. Where business gets done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get one hundred bucks off if you're launching that first campaign by going to lincoln dot com slash martic. Again that's lincoln dot com slash martic. Just one more lincoln. Our show notes. I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you're listening to this podcast. Hetero mar tech pod dot com or we have some revolver episodes and contact information for guests. You can also subscribe to our once a week newsletter and you can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions which will answer live on our show. Of course you can always reach out on. 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"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tek. Podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're gonna talk about the science of machine learning in marketing. Joining us is duane veron. Who is the founder and ceo of media science which is a lab based audience research provider incorporating a range of narrow measures including biometrics facial expression analysis eye tracking eeg and more with state of the art labs in new york chicago and austin media. Sciences discovering actionable insights in advertising technology media and consumer trends yesterday. Dr duane and i talked about how artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing consumer research. And today. we're gonna continue the conversation talking about some of the innovations from a. and m. l. in the mar tech industry but before we get started with today's interview. I wanted to share some exciting news as part of our relationship with the hub. Spot podcast network. I've been invited to participate. in hub. Spots inbound twenty twenty one conference inbound is an amazing resource to find inspiration. Grow your network and to learn from global industry leaders across business marketing sales and customer success. And this year's lineup includes some amazing speakers. In business and media including oprah winfrey dave chang spike lee. You know just me and oprah hanging out talking about our media empires no big deal anyway. You can grab a free starter. Pass to access all spotlight conversations or upgrade to a powerhouse. Pass for full access to breakout sessions. Curated meetings on demand content and more the inbound. Twenty twenty one conferences hosted with love by hub spot and it takes place on october twelfth through the fourteenth to learn more about the inbound. Twenty twenty one lineup or to register for the conference for free could inbound dot com. that's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com that's inbound dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by lincoln marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you market on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in and that's why seventy eight percent of to marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as an organic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget tech podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get by going to lincoln dot com slash mark again. It's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign by going the lincoln dot com slash. Mar tech all right. Here's the second part of my conversation with dr duane. Veron founder and ceo of media. Science dr duane. Welcome back to the tech podcast. It's great sitting back excited to have you back on the show and excited to continue our conversation. Yesterday we talked about consumer research and specifically how media science is taking advantage of some of more cutting edge technologies monitoring the signals that people give while they are exposed to media and some sort of stimulus. Our dear hands get sweaty. Does your heartbeat go down. Does your mouth go up. When you see an ad those are all different signals. That tell us different reactions to an add. A political statement Somebody's presence so consumer research is being changed pretty dramatically by some of the testing and science. That were able to do. There's also a fair amount of artificial intelligence and machine learning that is going into the mar tech industry. Let's start off by first off defining artificial intelligence and machine learning. What are the two of them. And then i'm also going to ask you. Obviously what's the impact. They're having on the martic industry but start off with giving me the definitions of a nfl well rather than definition. I might just talk through. Because i think people here these things that they don't know necessarily what it entails and where the real revolution it's how it is that this kind of like turbo charges. everything. I mean it's really powerful implications. I hear artificial intelligence. And i think oh that stuff that google facebook twitter microsoft apple net flicks are doing and that everybody else says they're doing but really they're talking about marketing automation machine learning. Am i wrong. I feel like artificial intelligence. You need this. Giant data set and.

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"Aleksei mindset but it money definitely is an issue But it's like. I said i've had people were fifteen. Students sign up because they were hungry. And i've i've had people students like like i can probably do this or or it's too expensive when you know when they're making like thirty grandma's or something like that for over two hundred sixty episode duane brown and allie alberigo have been sharing how to take your martial arts move to the next level welcome to another addition of moaner dot com. Now here's your hope wayne alley. Hello dwayne here with alli alberigo school. Our talk dot com alley. Good morning to be with you sir and we got our special guest Gus lopez so alley and it's been a couple of weeks since we've seen each other i know has we haven't done our call. You've been busy traveling you with your other business and fun with the family. Nicely done i think. That's awesome and yeah it's just been a weird right when we don't get we don't get regular call it. I haven't talked to tweeden so long. It doesn't feel right. Yeah and usually when. I go off the grid. I'm off the grid so like you know you even if you contact me it it takes me a while to get back to you so and that's good though i liked that and i think that's that's an important thing. I don't think i've mastered that gillian. I'm never off the grid. Never ever sweet. Let's introduce gus. Everyone knows probably. But let's just use gus. Lopez elite hundred media. He is our facebook guru. He's the one that brings me all the leads and brings you all the leads and You know old. Transparency were were launching another school And gus is actually Got the facebook ads getting those rolling today. Which will start today so Yeah gus lopez. Thanks for being on that show with us. Yeah yeah fatima guys yes. It's a great guy like let's just being. I knew a lot of listeners. Like i watch. I think he was on your mind. And your page. Kim martial art marketing for school owners where we asked a question and you know what most people want you know and we had a list of six or seven different things. I don't even remember. I did it. You did it but Always number one is new students right. People are always like. Hey i want more students right. So i mean right. Dwayne nets every person. You ever talked you school business. Like martial arts. i more student. So let's talk about that in..

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"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Here's the first part of my conversation with dr duane. Veron co founder and ceo of media. Science dr duane walk the martic tech podcast. It's bigger thanks for having me excited heavy. As our cast excited to talk a little you know of the more technical side of marketing. This is the mark tech podcast. Normally kind of focus on the mar part. And you're going to bring some tech influence here in the sense of machine. Learning artificial intelligence the more sophisticated technologies we use..

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How Technological Advancements Are Changing Consumer Research With MediaScience CEO Dr. Duane Varan

MarTech Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

How Technological Advancements Are Changing Consumer Research With MediaScience CEO Dr. Duane Varan

"Dr duane walk the martic tech podcast. It's bigger thanks for having me excited heavy. As our cast excited to talk a little you know of the more technical side of marketing. This is the mark tech podcast. Normally kind of focus on the mar part. And you're going to bring some tech influence here in the sense of machine. Learning artificial intelligence the more sophisticated technologies we use. Let's start off talking a little bit about media. Science in the description of this podcast. I mentioned biometrics facial expression i tracking. Eg g. those sound like really complicated technologies. how are they actually being used in marketing. I mean they are complicated. Of course the issue that we address in our research is that when you're talking about marketing above all your taxes back human emotion but the tools that we use to get to human emotion usually depend on self report in other words whether it's a focus group for a survey or interview were relying on woke people. Tell us about their most journey. The problem is people lack an understanding of own motionless journey. So when you ask a person a question about how. They feel about something what they're giving. You is the rash on reputation of what they think. They must be feeling. And that's actually far removed from their actual emotional encounter so what we do at media. Science is we want to measure that emotional response directly rather than being just depended upon what people tell about it. So the tools that you mentioned are all tools that are designed to get at measuring that emotion directly. I mean they are fairly complex. One of the reason they're complex is because they very pressing the person so you can't do this against a generic set of measures you have to actually calibrate for the individual. And then you have to actually let the that individual's response relative to their universe so to speak so that you can situate them in terms of what it means for them against the data but very exciting because it just exposes layers of data that we don't see otherwise

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"So it's two months. It's two months out of the year that that that were closed. I mean that is massive And and what does for my staff especially my head instructor. You know you know how it is when you get done with one vacation or or it's giving when when you're getting ready to go on vacation everything's you're excited right you're motivated you're like yup i gotta get this done because this is happening and then once once vacations done you're like okay now. I'm back to the same home high you know but for for for us. It's you know it's like from one closing to the next. We look at all right. We've only got this much time for this until we're closed again and we gotta get this much done and and it just. I think it brings another level excitement in into our teaching. It sounds goofy to say that. We're happy that we're going to be closed. But i'm happy that we're going to be closed. Yeah you know. Here's the thing you know. We you and i could easily just say we're not coming in in our team would run the school right. It's that simple but there is that underlying stress like what happens if what we're not there or what could have happened or when you're closed you're close there's none of that. It's almost a relief on fourth of july weekend to be totally shut down. Although i'm still stressed a little bit because people will text me on. This past is for july. Were saturday sunday monday. We were off and they were like texting. Me on. Saturday are we. Open must send out twenty text message. Twenty push notifications calendar facebook website. And they still will text me on my personal cell. Our are we open. Where here do not. I want to be nasty and be a little sarcastic like. Did you not read one of my twenty seven ways of communicating. And in fact like right above your text message does a message to you in the thread that you just decided not to read like but then again that's what we deal with as owner search of be able to not come in and have nothing going on is big relief for you and i and even our team because now they're home with their family than not worried in there just relaxing. Well okay so. I think all of us want to build a team so we're talking about scale ability So i'm kind of changing gears here on you but there's nothing is left back it up to your your your curriculum right and You know how you want that to be formed so that you know. I'm i'm certain. There's some sort of upgrade program ryan from grade program. Maybe then there's a cross upgrade where you're going to get him on some sort of you know teaching team or whatever you know so that you can develop instructors so that you've got individuals that are going to be out on that floor. I mean that is that is the. That's the duplication that i'm kind of talking about yourself where it needs to be scalable Yeah i don't know where know where i'm going with that. Develop your curriculum in such a way that you're teaching while you're teaching. That's what i've always referred. Were always teach y. You know how while i teach. Even if i've got a storm team member that you know on the floor with me. I'll i'll tell them you know. Hey why do you think. I did it this way. I'll just tell them you see what what i did..

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Seahawks Have Offer out to Jamal Adams; No New Talks With Duane Brown

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Seahawks Have Offer out to Jamal Adams; No New Talks With Duane Brown

"Jamal adams there but not practicing dwayne brown there but not practicing. My theory is was seattle. That pete carroll push for this jamal adams trade and they gave to i a third and a safety for jamal adams and it looked terrible if they don't get this deal done so the seattle times has to reporters this morning that have said the seahawks appear to be willing to move to sign atoms. But not the left. Tackle dwayne brown and i'm like timeout. Left tackle safety but my my belief is pete carroll lashed last year the defense was a mass bottom half of the league they had no pass rush and i think seattle over and i liked jamal but they went crazy on him and now they're back into a corner 'cause they can't just bail on jamal adams they gave up too

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"Years ago i. I would have. People trained for your. What's your name buddy. You know now. I know everybody and everything and everything they want to accomplish. I talked to every parent. And that and i do it. Not because it's a good thing to do which it is. But i do because i'm genuinely interested and i really feel for over two hundred sixty episode duane brummett and allie alberigo have been sharing how to make your martial arts food to the next level. Welcome to another edition of new owner docket com. Now you're hope wayne and alex. Hello dwayne brummett here with alli alberigo school talk dot com morning. Alex nice to meet with user. A is always good to be with you to answer. Honestly it's good to be with someone that is in the trenches like you the And doing the same thing like me. You know having someone kinda going through it. You know what i mean. You know what. I mean like that i could talk to. We've always been good for each other that way to right like being able to bounce things back and forth. Yeah even before kobe. But especially during and now i mean it's still continuing having having i don't know i was quite..

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"She's she's like Put that uniform on. We're going to karate class. Because i pay good money for this and we're gonna make sure we get our money's worth out of it so it definitely increases the value just in their mind what they're actually going to get for over two hundred sixty episode duane brummett and allie alberigo have been sharing how to take your martial arts to next level. Welcome to another edition of new owner. Talk dot com. Now here's your hope. Wayne allyn hello. Dwayne brummett here with alli alberigo school on her talk dot com alley good to be with her good to be with you as well man. I think we're missing. One of our guests and mary is so we are excited. We're back with and by the way we call you. Guys are expert advisers your part sponsors for our our show which is so thankful that because we really do appreciate you guys doing that and Helping dwayne and i pay the bills and keep stuff going but Yeah we're happy to have you guys on board from karate. Students dot com right sandwich Great to have you guys here. Good to be here. Also always yes. So we not. John evans in a travis travis. How'd i'd say your last name. Claybin clayton okay. Travis claybin How long have you been travis clayton. I've been tracking claybin for. Actually i was adopted when i was Eighteen so twenty years by excellent between or is that just you know. It's kind of like brother karate or the kids that come into the studio for their intro. Like even last night they goes said. How old are you and he got. He goes nine nine. As i said i said. Gosh what did i say go. I said how long have you been nine us You know like they just yeah groupie stuff like that so no. I did not know that but they got. It was jones which was easier to pronounce and spell. H clayton were good. I just didn't want to botch it. All your of your way now. You're not at home more. Yeah i am in delaware. An area call lower slower delaware Actually out of the reason why i was a couple minutes is the grocery stores here. Don't don't move as quickly any one thing. It's about forty five minutes to get closer to me now. I think delaware's like a three hour drive from me right now. I right cool man. Let's great so today is exciting for the listeners. I you know. Do this kind of format dwayne and i have where we're bringing in a lot of guests people on to talk about their expertise. Some instructors even that are doing well. In certain areas of their schools and coaches that have a certain forte about them as far as getting school owners to be at their best in. And you guys are experts. At what you do you help so many schools in fact i don't know if it's Responsible you guys are responsible with this. But we got like an uptick in people trying to become members to our group in the last few days so we end like fifteen new people request membership pride because they wanted to see you guys in your interview which is kinda cool..

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"She's she's like Put that uniform on. We're going to karate class. Because i pay good money for this and we're gonna make sure we get our money's worth out of it so it definitely increases the value just in their mind what they're actually going to get for over two hundred sixty episode duane brummett and allie alberigo have been sharing how to take your martial arts to next level. Welcome to another edition of new owner. Talk dot com. Now here's your hope. Wayne allyn hello. Dwayne brummett here with alli alberigo school on her talk dot com alley good to be with her good to be with you as well man. I think we're missing. One of our guests and mary is so we are excited. We're back with and by the way we call you. Guys are expert advisers your part sponsors for our our show which is so thankful that because we really do appreciate you guys doing that and Helping dwayne and i pay the bills and keep stuff going but Yeah we're happy to have you guys on board from karate. Students dot com right sandwich Great to have you guys here. Good to be here. Also always yes. So we not. John evans in a travis travis. How'd i'd say your last name. Claybin clayton okay. Travis claybin How long have you been travis clayton. I've been tracking claybin for. Actually i was adopted when i was Eighteen so twenty years by excellent between or is that just you know. It's kind of like brother karate or the kids that come into the studio for their intro. Like even last night they goes said. How old are you and he got. He goes nine nine. As i said i said. Gosh what did i say go. I said how long have you been nine us You know like they just yeah groupie stuff like that so no. I did not know that but they got. It was jones which was easier to pronounce and spell. H clayton were good. I just didn't want to botch it. All your of your way now. You're not at home more. Yeah i am in delaware. An area call lower slower delaware Actually out of the reason why i was a couple minutes is the grocery stores here. Don't don't move as quickly any one thing. It's about forty five minutes to get closer to me now. I think delaware's like a three hour drive from me right now. I right cool man. Let's great so today is exciting for the listeners. I you know. Do this kind of format dwayne and i have where we're bringing in a lot of guests people on to talk about their expertise. Some instructors even that are doing well. In certain areas of their schools and coaches that have a certain forte about them as far as getting school owners to be at their best in. And you guys are experts. At what you do you help so many schools in fact i don't know if it's Responsible you guys are responsible with this. But we got like an uptick in people trying to become members to our group in the last few days so we end like fifteen new people request membership pride because they wanted to see you guys in your interview which is kinda cool..

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"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"duane" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"It's still kind of adds up to be the same typically for your fees and now it's all through automation. obviously you have a billing company. Whatever you use then it's not like it costs you more time effort and work right. It's all being automatically followed up on so piece of people go delinquent del catch up the next week or a few days later and it's automated so it's great a lot more work for you. Let me ask you this. What what's the grace period. Because i know like for us if we pay we're on a monthly. I give him five days before i add on. You know an extra five bucks or ten bucks. Because they're late like what. What was there really haven't had any late. Fees like we don't put late fees on it We typically just you know if we see somebody go delinquent winner or whatever we just end up giving them a call typically it's You know credit card expired. You know with all the hacks and stuff like that now You know there's a lot of like. Hey i had my credit card compromise and to give you a different card things like that very rarely is it just like i'm just not going to pay you anymore. Gotcha okay yeah. That's going to be a game changer. I think so. I i wanted to tell you that i i appreciate that and i'm going to implement it great. Yeah yeah and you know. What's interesting too like. I have a hard enough time getting some of my clients who martial arts school owners to even just break out of that cycle ability on the first one at fifteenth. And you know not only. Does this bring you this. Method brings you weekly cash flow on but you know it. It's you know. Of course you making more money in the long run. But i find it to be interesting at school auditor. So dead fast. Set on only bill on the first in the fifteenth and then they're always waiting around for the money to come in before they could pay bills or do anything with their money. this way it is an influx of money. All the time in your checking account right you know that and also i think One of the reasons that people are hesitant to do it. Like you said is a lot of times and this goes from selling. This goes from the amount that you're gonna charge for your stuff. All of these things are typically like us as owners or martial artists. Were like making decisions based out of our pocket or are kind of so then. It's like oh well. I get paid on the first in the fifteenth. Like i should probably bill on the first fifteen ride. So you know there's never really a it's typically a limiting belief of our own why we do certain things. Yeah it always is. Isn't it right where where are fears. Are our own buying habits own. Perception of what money is i mean. I find that to be the biggest martial arts law. And i wanna jump onto your topic too but i find that you know martial artists are afraid to be business owners and you know we dropped. Personally you're the doj. Oh saying i'm holding up my cold fingers for those that are unjust the audio portion of this but But yeah so so..

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Plan would return beachfront taken from Black family in '20s

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Plan would return beachfront taken from Black family in '20s

"I'm Julie Walker Los Angeles county is taking the first steps to return prime beach front property back to the black family that originally owned it back in nineteen twelve before it was taken away under racist circumstances it was once a resort for blacks known as Bruce's speech in Manhattan Beach for years they adored racism from the klu Klux Klan and others before the city used eminent domain to seize the land in the nineteen twenties now lawmakers are trying to right that wrong and at a news conference Friday covered by KTTV Bruce family member Duane Shephard said they have big plans ahead of next steps to get possession of our land you have a week long family reunion with three hours zero minutes the plan to return the land needs the approval of the state legislature I'm Julie Walker

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Johnson and Johnson shots to arrive in New York City, will be dedicated to homebound seniors

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Johnson and Johnson shots to arrive in New York City, will be dedicated to homebound seniors

"Of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine are beginning to arrive in New York City this week. Sydney Pereira reports how those shots could help elderly New Yorkers who can't leave their homes. Newly authorized vaccine requires just one shot and regular refrigeration, making it easier to deliver door to door. That's great for people like 100 Year old, you know Roberts. She had a vaccine appointment at Duane Reade on Monday, but ended up canceling because of arthritis in her leg. Here's her granddaughter for Rhea Charles. I think it'll be elect Safer. You know if the doctor could come here and give her the vaccine versus her having to go outside Mayor de Blasio views the Jang Jae shot as the centerpiece for the upcoming plan to vaccinate homebound seniors. Live

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Dwane Haskins busted for maskless strip club visit

First & 10s

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Dwane Haskins busted for maskless strip club visit

"Let's get into our NFL news. And with that said the breaking news strip clubs and then getting cut from a team Amy. Who are we talking about Duane Haskins folks and not release that rookie season did not last very long at all boy. Did it not ever? Okay. You'll back the curtain. Let's talk about the strip club first before we go into the cutting. Here's the problem. He's now added to the list of players that can't stay away from the strip club. Apparently, he went to a strip club on a Sunday which is breaking up over data calls and is not breaking by Mortals. Are you supposed to not go to a strip club on a Sunday? That's what God Said, right? I mean, it's part of the Ten Commandments. Maybe I don't know they'll shalt not consume alcohol and before noon and attempt to strip club on a Sunday. I don't know that should be the men Commandments. Hey guys dead. Yeah, so, you know Adam to the strip club list, so they benched him on Sunday. And then apparently they just released his ass like just for the podcast right now. So look at us we're breaking news right here past and I mean not only did he get cut but then they are fighting him $40,000 for breaking protocols and going to the strip club without a mask. So you without a job and you gotta find yeah, that sucks. Terrible a $40,000 a day a lot of money. It is a lot of money and I mean, I'm sure he spent quite a bit at the strip club because that's what guys do right and women sometimes so I'm not trying to be sexist. But wow Amy you're so you know what? Yeah and me I know well, I mean life and most people but that's how many Flex I give exactly not any that's why we love Amy. Okay, so to just rule out everybody all the other Duane's this is not Dwayne Johnson dead. This is not Dwayne Harris. This is Dwayne Haskins house kids get out. If you didn't know he was he was the quarter. One of the quarterbacks has one of the quarterbacks for the Washington football

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Electric Car Chargers: When Supply Drives Demand

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:56 min | 2 years ago

Electric Car Chargers: When Supply Drives Demand

"Suddenly we are now looking at cars that can go three hundred miles on a single charge right and while they're still too expensive for many people they're expected to get a lot cheaper in the next few years but now people are worried about how long it takes to charge. Yeah and that's a. That's a fair question i guess how. How long does it take to charge and electric vehicle. More than fifteen minutes less than two days. Yeah that's not helpful right so i could throw a whole bunch of numbers that you to explain why there are so many variables that affect this but the most important thing actually isn't the numbers. It's the fact that most electric car owners most of the time charged their car like this. My name is duane ross. I live in corrales new mexico. And i have a two thousand thirteen tesla model s when i bought this car headache. Standard tesla charger installed in my garage. And you just plug that in and of course the charge and then he goes in his house and lives his life. Yeah in the case of someone like duane. Ross and others. It doesn't really matter how long it takes to charge. Because you just leave the thing there overnight right right and it would be parked anyway. Yeah also more convenient than having to go to the gas station from time to time. Plus it's cheap like a lot cheaper than paying for gas is the way i understand it I could see how this works for daily driving. But let's say. I want to take a big road trip right across the whole country. What then that's where. Fast chargers come in. Joyce bryner has a tesla model three. She recently stopped to charge up at a brand new super charger in gettysburg pennsylvania. It sounded like this can hear the power ramping up there. So this is a gonna charge me fast and Let's see what car says here. Looks like of got twenty five minutes to get to eighty percent charge. This is kind of staggering so charging the car at home would take hours and hours charging on the go using one of these fast chargers takes. What like twenty thirty minutes half an hour. Maybe not much more than that. That's amazing yet. That is really quick. There aren't very many fast chargers. That actually are that fast. You might take longer especially at an older charter. Though pricier i take it then then obviously charging it at home because it's well i guess it's just it's it's almost free at home right right and this case. Brynner's charged cost a little over eleven dollars not too bad compared to gas but more expensive than home. Okay so even at a state of the art charger. It's obviously still a lot less convenient than a gas station just because it takes awhile right but remember for most drivers. that's also not a very frequent experience. Mike davar needs with the market research firm s. Clint and he says if you ask people who are considering electric vehicles they really focus on the idea of waiting to charge. Is i think psychologically waited more than it deserves. And the inverse of that is the fact that they don't tend to appreciate how much they'll benefit from nocco gas stations so even though fast charging this rare occurrence for most drivers a lot of companies are really focused on making it as fast as possible and putting up as many fast chargers as possible. Yeah i could see how that would get people over that mental hump so that they just by the thing and then after that they're they're mostly just charging it at home. Yup that's the psychology. Are you ready for the economics. Are you seriously asking me. If i'm ready for the echinacea. All right here. We go the fastest. Fast chargers are super expensive to install like more than one hundred thousand dollars per charger. That means you can only really make money off of them. If people are using them a lot if the utilization rate is really high but remember most people mostly charge at home. Oh there's another hump to get over sure. I spoke to end smart. She's the vp of public policy at charge point which is charging company. And with the fast charger you often have low utilization. Not because it's not an unnecessary piece of infrastructure but because it's in a location which is vital to two drivers occasionally but not necessarily used frequently every single day so in other words. People really want a fast charger to just be there. And in fact they won't buy an electric vehicle unless they're already confident that there are fast chargers everywhere and they're super fast and in fact way faster than they are right now. They want the whole package but they don't actually want to use those fancy chargers all the time it's easier and cheaper to charge at home. It's actually better for your battery too. So it's kind of like if everyone wanted a gas station nearby but they could just get the same gas at home for a fraction of the cost right and in that situation. And you're the gas station. How do you make money. Well i mean you can always just get money from the government. The taxpayer That is happening as i understand. Yep charging are also cutting deals with utilities and of course they're they're joining forces with automakers right because they want to chargers to exist so that people buy their electric cars. The automakers do. Kathy's oy is the ceo of vigo which is fast charging network and they have a deal with gm essentially agreement with general motors is building a bridge between where there's enough cars on the road to make money which is a little time in the future to two right now. So that helps us will build the of demand because general motors has come to the party and is helping make a contribution to the building that infrastructure so he also says look people right now mostly charge at home but that could change in a few years once more. People who don't have garages start buying electric cars. So maybe utilization goes up and this is really interesting camilla because like we normally think about how demand drives supplies like people want man for something. They're willing to spend money on it. So you know. Accompany supplies it Here's always saying that. Like no once the supplies out there. Then it's going to drive up demand so build chargers and people will buy the vehicles to use the chargers she also says maybe you can get a bunch of shipping transportation companies to use these fast chargers and that'll help cover their costs. So companies are optimistic. Then they see a path to profitability. Here yeah but. I think it would be fair to say that. It's a lot easier to get there. If people were a bit more rational. If people used fast chargers as much as they worry about fast chargers they're either be a lot more charging or a lot less worrying. Yeah and in either case. Just less of a conundrum

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Calming the Chaos with Tracy Kenela

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Calming the Chaos with Tracy Kenela

"Right everyone. Welcome to the addicted mind podcast. My guest today is Tracy Cannella and she is going to talk about. Chaos Tracy please introduce yourself. Hi Duane. It was good to meet you just a little bit ago and I love talking about chaos. In fact, my podcast is all about chaos and I have chaos in my life, and so here I am to talk about the possibility that we could actually be addicted to chaos aware chaos meets your specialty area, which is addiction. I know. I was so excited that you wanted to come onto the podcast because I had listened to your podcast and I really love it calming the chaos. Because I think anybody in addiction can relate to having chaos in their life. Oh Yeah. Yes I believe. So I think the the definition that I like to give away. Do you want me to introduce myself I? Yeah. Tell me a little bit about you and how you got into this work and why this particular topic chaos is meaningful to you. Yeah. So I am a licensed mental health counselor with a variety of certifications in eating disorders, rehabilitation counseling and hypnotherapy, and I have a private practice in Washington state. And so how I got interested in this? Topic of chaos is because I found that most of my clients who came in for therapy were really struggling with overwhelm and then I was in my practice at the time I developed the podcast I was very overwhelmed with people wanting therapy with me, and I just didn't have enough room in my practice to support them and always wanted to do a podcast and I thought well. You know let I'm just going to do one, and then I'll have a place to refer these people to in addition to other mental health counselors in the area. But then they could hear my voice and they can hear some of the things about overwhelmed because I really thought. This is that universal theme that most everybody brings in the therapy session why not do a podcast about? It and directs and people to a free resource that they can get help. It's a self help podcast and I really love doing it. It's it's great and it helps me come my own chaos because I have to hold my own self accountable for practicing the skills that I I suggest on the podcast. Absolutely. That's so true when you're talking and doing the work and talking to. People about how comic as he got to do it in your own life but I think you're absolutely right. This is such a universal topic I know that in my own life there have been times when I'm just overwhelmed you know it's it's so hard to get organized sometimes it's almost concealed paralyzing when you you've got all this chaos going on. So let's just start by defining chaos. Yes. So what is chaos anyway and there are several definitions I talk about in my very first episode of my podcast but in a nutshell, it is complete disorder. Unpredictable behaviour random or intense situations. So this could be actual real situations or imagine situations in your mind. It's also small changes that happen in bundles or are sensitive in nature and any sort of disorganization, and finally my favorite definition of chaos is a confused mass or mixture which I like to use to describe when I'm in the kitchen because it is pretty much chaos. When I'm cooking, I can definitely relate to that definition at times especially with all, that's going on in the world and everything changing and with a pandemic, and their feels like there's a lot of chaos right there are there's just a lot of sensory input. There's things you see on TV there's things that you hear from your next door neighbor there. Are Things you hear on the radio and all of these conclusions you come to in your mind just add up to a lot of wellm because of what's happening in our world today and we just in our minds, make it into something that it may or may not be. So I'm very fascinated by it but that's the definition of it. It's just a lot and overwhelm

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Los Angeles - Newsom Orders Vote-By-Mail Ballots Sent To Every Voter In California

All Things Considered

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles - Newsom Orders Vote-By-Mail Ballots Sent To Every Voter In California

"With no immediate end of the corona virus pandemic inside California is the first state to commit to sending everyone mail in ballots for the November presidential election NPR's Duane brown reports from Los Angeles as California moves into the second phase of re opening lower risk businesses and manufacturing companies governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive or order to send every registered voter a mail in ballot for this year's presidential election governor Newsom says there's no safer way to physically distance than to vote from the safety of home during this pandemic but he says people who wish to vote in person will be able to do so meanwhile the California governor says he's working on guidelines to allow shopping malls office buildings and dine in restaurants to reopen next to Wayne brown NPR news Los

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Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman is engaged

Radio From Hell

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman is engaged

"Dog the bounty hunter he's preparing for a second season his wife hasn't even been dead for a year and he's looking to get married again mole yeah tween Chapman engage engage now less than one year after his wife Beth died a dog the bounty hunter is set to tie the knot with Francis fourteen his rep said that the couple were very happy and looking forward to a long life of repossessing cars

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Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman is engaged

Jason and Alexis

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman is engaged

"The Wayne dog the bounty hunter Chapman is engaged to France for a Justin months after his wife Beth Chapman's death and his proposal to angel Beth died at fifty one years old in June two thousand nineteen following a battle with throat cancer you probably remember from the show the two reportedly bonded over their late spouses before sparking a romance once again dog the bounty hunter and Gage all the happiness goes

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