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"elaine lee" Discussed on The Future is Spoken

The Future is Spoken

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on The Future is Spoken

"Elaine lee on building blocks of building. Trust elaine lee as a designer specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning with a focus on ethical. Ai she is currently a principal product. Designer at twi-. Leo on the i team and previously led the design of ebays. Ai powered shopping assistant on facebook. Messenger and google assistant. Enjoyed the show to the future is spoken today. I have a very special guest linley with me and we are going to talk about designing trustworthy voice. Assistant welcoming thanks sean. Thanks for having me thank you. How are you doing today. I'm doing great. The weather here is pretty good in san francisco right now. So i'm happy about that. Awesome awesome. could you tell us a little bit about your background. And how did you get into conversation design. Yeah so. I actually consider myself as a product designer. I started my design career in the advertising industry. So i didn't go to design school or will i actually studied psychology in undergrad. And then also the in grad school. So i guess like fasting. Four to two thousand fifteen is joined a startup in san francisco. Paul assembly mate. When i joined we weren't working in the competition a space or conversation. I experienced this but we quickly pivoted to product says essentially a slack bus and what it did was got people things in their office space so for example goofy for lunch or got them office supplies and things like that. When i first started in space it was quite exciting because it was very different from what i knew as practicioner as like a surly friend aware. We're working in the constraints of a slack interface for example when when we have to light essentially stopped working on that i was still quite excited about the space because i felt like there's so much more that can learn and i only had a small taste of it so at that time ebay was actually looking for designers to work in that space walk in the shopping essence space so i joined ebay are working on that. The difference between what we were doing at assembly made and what seeing ebay.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Racist symbol Major League Baseball owners and players still have not struck a deal to play this season but commissioner rob Manfred told ESPN he is one hundred percent certain games will be played and he will impose a start date on his own if an agreement is not reached MLB draft got under way last night red Sox took second baseman Nick York seventeenth overall out of archbishop Mitty high school in San Jose Major League Soccer plans to resume July eighth in Orlando with the tournament without fans the league's twenty six teams will be divided into six groups with each club playing three group matches that will count toward the regular season sixteen clubs will advance to the knockout round in the tourney winner will play in the twenty twenty one CONCACAF champions league the regular season will then hopefully continue in teams home markets in mid August Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston news radio nine forty three check the roadways right now with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes LAR you're brought to us by Yankee custom truck well well well we have picked up some heavier delays out there first off route one southbound between the lymph cells parkway in Essex street the right hand lane is closed up inside his sets a work crew there also route one north bound at the jug handle lights in Peabody there's some road construction there as well and the left hand lane is closed up and the big deal is that traffic is stopping go more stop and go from the Linfield tunnel to the jug handle lights right now also keep in mind that we're seeing some delays up to about fifteen minutes on the Fitchburg commuter rail line train fourteen oh two about fifteen minutes behind schedule due to a switching issue and that is situation continues forces well the blue line we're down to shuttle buses right now replacing blue line service between Suffolk downs and government center due to a downed wire at the maverick station that water main our crews are out there still that water is not flowing now but it was earlier water main break still working though north bound on the laneway between Broad Street Market Street just be aware of that get a crash to watch out for now eastbound at route nine right by Elaine Lee road in the Newton also in Newton westbound on the mass pike watch out for disabled greyhound bus it's that right by Newton corner have you traveling route three southbound be aware of the.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And this is NPR news. And this is public radio Santa Claus is out. But not too many other people right lane. That is very true. Very quiet. We do have one incident. It's city looks like an accident. Eastbound twelve pass Lambie road debris in the roadway. But traffic has been incredibly light through that stretch light at the bay bridge toll plaza and mass transit were on a modified scheduled today. Elaine Lee young for thank you, Elaine. Her looks her report brought to you by mothers against drunk driving. We have a perspective now seventy six years ago in Nazi occupied Holland. A Dutch Christmas tradition became a brush with disaster for then six-year-old, Anita. Frank whose memories hotter to this day? Here's her perspective is December nineteen forty two and Cinta class. The Dutch Santa Claus is expected any minute. I'm six years old and terrified sitting with four children. In a small room in my foster parents house, I'm the youngest. And no he'll address me. I will he call me by my real name, Anita or leisure an Easter Jewish fugitive in hiding is a nice Christian girl not wanted by the Nazis. I feel sick to my stomach. I want to crawl in the whole, but I've nowhere to go before my brother, and I were whisked away from our home. Our parents have made it clear tell no one you're Jewish or be killed. I could not tell our foster mother our secret. There was no waste into class. Could have been for warrant Cinta class and thirst with his helpers what to Pete he looks at me and says militia have you been a good girl way for for the sweeps over from me. And I think Cinta clash knows everything. I can now enjoy his little present. I do wonder how we found out about my situation, but I can breathe again safe and grateful that is on missions knows no bounds. I am now. Eighty and. Will never forget where I sat what I thought. And how I felt during those excruciating minutes before Santa Claus called militia. I marvel at that little girl still believing a Santa Claus yet. So aware of the constant danger. Dobie would be among the few to survive the emotional damage was profound lifetime later. I worry for all those must live in shadows. Documented the dreamers worshipers of unfavored faith..

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"elaine lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Barbara Kusak. Now this Bloomberg sports update. The jet ski back. Elaine Lee losing a bed live to the Texans. Twenty nine twenty two Elisha McGuire. Put them in front will a short touchdown run with five minutes left. The Texans marched down the field into Shawn Watson found de'andre Hopkins for a touchdown second time of the game. Those two hooked up. Houston also got five Qaim Fairbairn field goals as move closer to clinching a playoff spot. Sam darnold played well throwing for two hundred fifty three at a pair of touchdowns. This is Todd bowl ball game. He played toffee made some thorough. They played a good ball game. He played tough. No, the coach not taking too many positives away from the day highlight move and we lost the ball game. I watched the film again, right? We don't have more victories here. Now, the jets four and ten the giants will play host at Tennessee today. Titans. Head coach Mike variable candidate among those who've been very impressed with big blue running back saquon Barkley, I think it's the total package the balance the strength the power the vision. The ability to cut pussyfooting aground. And so I think that the speed is overrated. I mean, there's a lot of fast players and the giants have won two in a row. They are now five and eight theology. Score twice in the third only to see the Red Wings Thai their game late. They went to a shootout O'Dowd Coliseum, and it was Matthew Barzel with the deciding goal as the alligators wanted four to three bars with a regulation goal and an assist as well. A shoot out for the devils in Nashville too. But they were not as fortunate losing to the predators. Two to one that after the game with ninety seconds left on a goal from Brian Boyle that extra in Indiana this afternoon at five at three. The nets are in Brooklyn. They'll take on the Atlanta Hawks college basketball, Seton Hall of the prudential center defeated rockers in the battle of New Jersey. Seventy two to sixty six Connecticut in stores be Manhattan sixty one to forty six Old Dominion surprise. Syracuse sixty eight to sixty two Notre Dame gap by Purdue eighty eight eighty that game the crossroads classic in Indianapolis with a blue. Bloomberg sports update. I'm Frank Garrity..

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"elaine lee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KGO 810

"By any means compared to southbound eight eighty Hayward ninety two eastbound at the. Bottom of the. Caller offramp watch out for a Ford, that stalled, out and, maybe, blocking, Elaine Lee, Graham k. g. o. tap Ten studio number four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten four one five eight zero. Eight zero eight one zero You know. We've been talking about ageism in Silicon Valley there's a whole new story on how to stop ageism. In the workplace we're gonna get you in. About fifteen minutes in about thirty minutes really time for Louis CK's comeback he saw that he performed the other night. I'm not sure that we're ready. To discuss that and take your calls for when five. Eight hundred eighty eight ten but first Harvard is in trouble the DOJ is after, him for their race based admissions and before I get into that for just saying John McCain Right Former vice. President Joe Biden spoke his. Motorcade he's on his way to DC now after being turned in Arizona and then so the whole family is getting ready to one of the key things about John McCain is guess what people of all ethnicities celebrate his life Now one of those people where you go crazy he was never Nope People from, across the spectrum supported. This guy every I'm not just talking about, politically I'm talking about ethnically I'm talking about culturally so many different people and I just I. Really, respect that especially in light of what we're. About to dive. Into Trump administration has filed a legal, brief criticizing Harvard in this affirmative action case this is one of the most tricky topics because Even if you're four affirmative action which I generally informed I still. Believe that we need to be doing more to help right. The wrongs and level the playing field for African-Americans for native Americans we tip the system so badly against them for so long we still have some writing. Of that to do writing of that to do And but now you have other minority. Groups are involved you know the big reason remember it was here in California Hispanic groups? Were trying to get re affirmative action reimplementing and it was Asian groups who specifically fought against it do. You remember, that was just. A couple of years ago because Just demographically arguing? In terms of raw numbers nothing more than that The raw numbers Are that Asians as a percentage of their population are over represented. In UC universities so what's? Happened in Harvard is there They've fought that apparently and, made it to Asians or not over represented and so it was a group representing? Asian students who sued Harvard, sued Harvard And of course Republicans and the Trump, administration what no affirmative action of. Any kind and they want exclusively. Be merit based because there's no such thing as. Discrimination against anybody. According to them and therefore there's nothing to write, otherwise it's. All games against whites it's white people who are hurt by affirmative action, that's, their, argument but I think this is where it gets really really tricky and I'm curious. Your thoughts on this with affirmative action for one five eight eight ten is Allegedly in this suit is that, Harvard was. Biased against or is biased against Asian Americans Asian Americans and now the, Trump, administration's, joined in They rescinded Obama era guidance to, educators on affirmative action they have gone for race, neutral methods of placing students in other words whoever as is. Desk or whoever has. This that's who gets placed at Harvard by the way the thing that's missing in the whole discussion about Harvard admissions, these other, elite universities the whole idea of legacy Does your daddy went there means you get to, get in and you're a priority how the heck does that. Work tell me how, that's not reinforcing racial stereotypes Because go back a generation or. Two and who are the students? At Arbor again and Yale and Stanford and Oh yeah, right I I'm so against the whole idea of legacy because you want to, talk, about race neutral. A merit based there should be. No legacy allowed then why don't I don't I ever hear that argument for my friends, on the. Right, no, legacy Well but I've got one hundred million dollars donation I got, that, building named after. Me of course my kids get. To get in well then that's not merit based is it you bought your way in, with them Why is that always missing from the conversation. Because that benefits white people rich white. People we, don't tell you about that legacy shouldn't, be part of the consideration, there are very funny to me how that works So in the Harvard case the Justice department said it drew several, conclusions from evidence it is reviewed among them that Harvard has failed to explain exactly how it weighs race against other factors in an application. That Harvard uses a personal rating that may be biased against Asian Americans, and, that substantial. Evidence indicates admission officers monitor and manipulate the racial makeup of incoming classes. Despite court rulings that have found racial balancing unconstitutional But isn't there something to be said that if all the highest scores are white people and, that that might not be a great place for an educational class if that's all you base it on as an exam that might be As exams have been shown to be sometimes racially biased That's right standardized exams can be racially biased I know it's so hard for white people here that it's true It's it's true it's true look. At the. Data around that's all I keep asking just go? Read, the research. Before you jumped to a? Knee jerk concluded I can't pay because why people are you country no they're not? What are you afraid of are. You afraid that minorities are going to treat you the. Way you treated them, I, just keep asking that question No. White person. Ever wants. To answer that for me just saying four. One five eight? Hundred eighty eight to know I am I want. I want. Somebody to answer that for me. What are you afraid of never can answer that to answer it So here's. What attorney general Jeff, Sessions, before he gets canned by President. Trump said. And I. Quote no American should be denied admission to. School because of? Their race seeing how he rephrased the entire issue As opposed to black people. Were denied the right to participate in these schools for generations and now we're trying to level some. Of that and re introduce some equality there and opportunity and. I would add native Americans among other groups he phrases it by cloaking it that it would be anti white as a. Recipient of taxpayer dollars Harvard has responsibility to conduct its shadow it in his voice. Shing Harvard has, a responsibility to conduct its admissions policy without racial discrimination by using, meaningful admissions criteria that meat raffle requirements That's general Jeff Sessions for you So ugly but again that's where it gets a little interesting when another minority group is hurt by trying to. Be more inclusive, of ethnic minorities it's. It's very very difficult for me You haven't. Helped explain it for me the four one, five, eight hundred. Eighty eight ten always looking for your input and I want to get. Back onto this this was such a hot topic the other week we're talking. About ageism age. Discrimination Silicon Valley I've got inundated I. Haven't even, had a chance to respond everybody's messages so many people send me so many messages on their stories from Silicon Valley I'm. Totally serious so, we have another story Another set of stories of how people. Are being abused by age discrimination in the workplace I want to hear from you. 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"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all. Things, considered from, NPR news All right let's turn to another story about women. Trying to find their place in a male dominated profession a Japanese medical school has admitted to systematically rigging its entrance exam to hurt women candidates an internal investigation into Tokyo Medical University found that the school had. Been lowering women's test scores for at least a decade it should be noted that some men. Were given bonus points in order to boost their scores the schools officials have since publicly apologized and the scandal has caused outrage throughout the. Country, bringing to light Japan's deep problem with gender discrimination Elaine, Lee's from Reuters has been covering. The. Story in Tokyo and she joins us now welcome Hello so what originally was the university's rationale. For docking scores of women and boosting scores of men the idea was that women would quits, early on in their careers as doctors and to have Children to. Raise their families and they were worried that this would lead to a shortage of doctors at. The university hospital that was the assumption that was made and they followed it since two thousand and six apparently and it was prompted by. A, jump in women doing well and passing the exams year before so they decided they we. Keep. The number of women around thirty percent and when news of this investigation broke did people even. Seem surprised by it in Japan I mean what what has been the reaction in the country Kind of an overarching reaction was fairly calm but women were, furious and there was, a hashtag campaign on social, media saying it is okay. To be angry at, sexism. And women wrote in sharing their own stories, not dust in the medical field. But, throughout their lives throughout their job hunts and throughout their, experience and that was really something and that's what kind of stories oh they were? This one woman said that she had fought her parents to go into academia they said academia. Has not a place for women she got into the best university in Japan than when she. Was job hunting people said to her if you were a man we were hired you immediately. And her comment was, wow I thought my only enemies where my parents. But it was all of society now, Japan is one of the biggest economies in the. World but, do? You have a sense of how it ranks In terms. Of women being represented in elite professions or in. Senior positions it is very very very low and prime minister when he came, to power he said, that improving the gender-balanced was, one of his goals he. Said he wanted to, make. Japan society where women can shine and wanted, women to be in thirty percent. Of, the country's leadership positions by twenty twenty right well that, does not seem to be advancing appreciably at this point What has government said about this particular case of gender discrimination by the med school. Well be himself, has, not commented on this directly. As far as I know, but there were reports today that the education ministry is going. To look into the entrance exams for all of Japan's medical schools so we'll see where that goes to see if scores have been doctored I assume Elaine LIZA. Reuters, joined us from Tokyo thank you very much and thank you.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To all. Things, considered from, NPR news All right let's turn to another story about women. Trying to find their place in a male dominated profession a Japanese medical school has admitted to systematically rigging its entrance exam to hurt women candidates an internal investigation into Tokyo Medical University found that the school had. Been lowering women's test scores for at least a decade it should be noted that some men. Were given bonus points in order to boost their scores the schools officials have since publicly apologized and the scandal has caused outrage throughout the. Country, bringing to light Japan's deep problem with gender discrimination Elaine, Lee's from Reuters has been covering. The. Story in Tokyo and she joins us now welcome Hello so what originally was the university's rationale. For docking scores of women and boosting scores of men the idea was that women would quits, early on in their careers as doctors and to have Children to raise their families and they were worried that this would lead to a shortage. Of, doctors at the university hospital that was the assumption that, was made and they followed it. Since. Two thousand and six apparently and it was prompted by a jump in women doing well and. Passing the exams year before so they decided they keep the number of women around thirty percent And when news of this investigation broke did people even seem surprised by in. Japan I mean what what has been the reaction in the country Kind of an overarching reaction was fairly calm but women were furious, and there was a hashtag campaign, on social media saying it is okay to be angry at sexism. And women wrote in sharing their own stories not dust in the medical field but throughout their lives throughout their job hunts and throughout their experience and that. Was really something and that what kind of stories. All they were this one woman said that she had fought her parents to, go into academia they, said academia has not a, place for women she got. Into the best university, in. Japan than when she was job hunting people, said to her if you were. A, man we were hired you immediately and her comment was, wow I thought my only enemies where my parents but it was all of society now Japan, is one of the biggest economies in the? World but, do? You have a sense of how it rank In terms of. Women being represented in elite professions or in senior. Positions it is very very very low and prime minister Ave when he came, to power he said, that improving the gender-balanced was, one of his goals he. Said he wanted to, make. Japan society where women can shine and wanted, women to be in thirty percent. Of, the country's leadership positions by twenty twenty right well that, does not seem to be advancing appreciably at this point What has his government said about this particular case of gender discrimination by the. Med school well, himself, has not commented on this directly. As far as I know. But there were reports today that the education ministry is going. To look into the entrance exams for all of Japan's medical schools so we'll see where that goes to see if scores have been doctored fi assume Elaine LIZA. Reuters, joins us from Tokyo thank you very much and thank.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Done then again she's not exactly making a bipartisan appeal there after taking on terrorists and combat the liberals in the Senate won't scare me one, bit at a time when congress as polarized as ever trying to tell voters you'll reach across the, aisle just may not be a winning strategy whether you're a man, or a woman Danielle Kurt Slaven NPR news And you're listening to all. Things, considered from, NPR news All right let's turn to another story about women. Trying to find their place in a male dominated profession a Japanese medical school has admitted to systematically rigging its entrance exam to hurt women candidates an internal investigation into Tokyo Medical University found that the school had. Been lowering women's test scores for at least a decade it should be noted that some men. Were given bonus points in order to boost their scores the schools officials have since publicly apologized and the scandal has caused outrage throughout the. Country, bringing to light Japan's deep problem with gender discrimination Elaine, Lee's from Reuters has been covering. The. Story in Tokyo and she joins us now welcome Hello so what originally was the university's rationale. For docking scores of women and boosting scores of men the idea was that women would quits, early on in their careers as doctors and to have Children to raise their families and they were worried that this would lead to a shortage of. Doctors, at the university hospital that was the assumption that was, made and they followed it since. Two. Thousand and six apparently and it was prompted by a jump in women doing well and passing. The exams year before so they decided they would keep the number of women around thirty percent And when news of this investigation broke did people even seem surprised. By in Japan I mean what what has been the reaction. In, country kind of the overarching reaction was fairly calm but women were furious and there was. A hashtag campaign on social media saying it is. Okay to the angry at sexism and women wrote in sharing their own stories, not just in the. Medical field but throughout their, lives throughout their job hunts and throughout their experience and that was really something and that's what kind of story oh they were this one woman. Said that she had fought her parents to go into academia they said academia has not a. Place for women she got into the best university in Japan than when she was job hunting. People said to her if you were a man we were hired immediately And her comment was wow I thought my only enemies my parents but it was all. Of society now Japan is one of the biggest. Economies in the world but do you have a sense of how it ranks, in terms of women, being represented in elite professions, or in senior positions It is very very. Very, low and prime minister AVI when he came to power he. Said that improving the, gender-balanced. Was one of his goals, he said, he wanted to make Japan a. Society, where women can shine and wanted women to be in, thirty percent of the country's leadership positions by twenty twenty right well that does not seem to be advancing appreciably at this point What, has this government said about this particular. Case of gender discrimination by the med. School well obey, himself, has not commented on this directly as far as I know, but there were reports today that the education ministry is going. To look into the entrance exams for all of Japan's medical schools so we'll see where that goes to see if scores have been doctored I assume Elaine Lee's have. Reuters, joins us from Tokyo thank you very much and thank you.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"A chemist and not an aerospace engineer that you can still do this stuff you know that you can do anything and so you know it wasn't until my friend so working at nasa now my friend says hey nassar's hiring you know to be astronauts you should be you'd be a great astronaut handed me the application am i right and i threw it down and that that same year another friend of mine charlie kamara he got the astronaut program and i looked at him and i said they let that knucklehead he got in if he can get in i can get in you know and so the next and then he flew back to mass elaine lee and hampton virginia with john young in a nasa t thirty eight these blue sleek motte one point three jets they flew from houston to nasa and i see him land and then i'm like he's finding that thing and i gave this presentation then charlie and john young to presentation you know john young watching the moon the pilot of the shuttle columbia ns and then when i went to do the interview he was on the selection board and he said lee them made them out he's doing these great things optical fibers down and lane man he's playing football nfl and he knows good guy yells let's say now it was like wow john young to said that you know and so it was just like one thing after another let me turn this so what what were you doing with optical fibers get some swag free by the way.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In emmanuel budi a comes in for denver jamal murray will get the breather and here comes a manual buddha with a tie ballgame at seventy three points apiece ludia has it on the right side the gary here's harris drives on mcdermott stops dribbles guide his back top of the key over the video game media goes to the left hand head fake spends at the free throw line lost the basketball got it back kicked it out to here's for three short no good long rebound run down by millsap at a foul on for singers reach it out and graviton that'll be the third foul on chris stops more free throws now for millsaps he missed two eroding to make these here they're sending you'd wanna you've got to make them pay free number one is on the way that one's good and one more coming up for millsap looks like gary harris is going to go the distance here in the third quarter and it's even special second free throw that what is also good that's thirty two two eight the nuggets have outscored the knicks here the third quarter across the time line is nickel lead us that are separate driveon harris gets down the lane runnerup it is bears witness feel that time and got burned were tied up 75 boys of bees buddha has hazard across the time i top of the key to bumbling motley's inside the arkansan off the barton barton driver dish rightsided buddha catch and goal debate throwback martin larkin bright side over the millsap bills that has got elaine leans enron and shelvin the pass over to court elaine lee alleyoop she pointlead for new york seventy seven to seventy five has it at the report circle for two minutes to go in the third quarter rudy a drive at a dish on top the bill light site over to harass those baseliner the paint balkans out accordingly fake other three shrivels down to the way throws it could present they would have blown the roof off his joy that ebay down 2point lead for new york crossover move by barton can't get past has been nichelino he gets a high pick from hilsa barca stops there throws left side of ilsa handsoff behind him to mulia cuts against the grain on oakwood quantity got pompton fouled in war free throws coming up here for denver.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"The present administration we're observations on the the chinese eu as viewers a connery having particularly baden constructive is there ideas anyone for the economy in the present administration you view mm having particularly constructive ideas for the economy very slow in iranian calmer gaye ooh very slow in hiring the economists council economic advisers ooh come on small in role the economic in advisers go three to come financial markets small role very well man the trump administration free has been so in market lee very here well economic am oh elaine lee is here economic the core am federal reserve or is the board e the core coli o regulate the federal reserve or mary the board lawyer the oil great and mary marvin gaye great the chicago is many years ago regulation and look most marvin carnegie mellon gaye pointed i may differ chicago from marvin on come many years ago and most carnegie on mellon economic reappointed larry i may economist differ from marvin on ulster nate silver says he can economic show that the failures liberty of the rightwing parties mary and economou austrian elections pollster as well as nate the netherlands silver france says he uk can show that can the failures be traced of to the what rightwing he calls parties a trump and perfect austrian singing the elections reality of trump as well and as fallout the netherlands from brexit france and the uk help put the brakes can on be traced rightwing your what he nationalism calls a trump perfect do you agree with singing that the reality of trump then fallout out from brexit on l the put think the about brakes it on rightwing nationalism vote do you agree with that from the on to think about it our number the worker vote hmm areas in the.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"The present administration we're observations on the the chinese eu as viewers a connery having particularly baden constructive is there ideas anyone for the economy in the present administration you view mm having particularly constructive ideas for the economy very slow in iranian calmer gaye ooh very slow in hiring the economists council economic advisers ooh come on small in role the economic in advisers go three to come financial markets small role very well man the trump administration free has been so in market lee very here well economic am oh elaine lee is here economic the core am federal reserve or is the board e the core coli o regulate the federal reserve or mary the board lawyer the oil great and mary marvin gaye great the chicago is many years ago regulation and look most marvin carnegie mellon gaye pointed i may differ chicago from marvin on come many years ago and most carnegie on mellon economic reappointed larry i may economist differ from marvin on ulster nate silver says he can economic show that the failures liberty of the rightwing parties mary and economou austrian elections pollster as well as nate the netherlands silver france says he uk can show that can the failures be traced of to the what rightwing he calls parties a trump and perfect austrian singing the elections reality of trump as well and as fallout the netherlands from brexit france and the uk help put the brakes can on be traced rightwing your what he nationalism calls a trump perfect do you agree with singing that the reality of trump then fallout out from brexit on l the put think the about brakes it on rightwing nationalism vote do you agree with that from the on to think about it our number the worker vote hmm areas in the.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep stay with us for the marketplace morning report it'll be along and just moment the first though another look at bay area traffic conditions as we check in with elaine lee young command it's been a tough ride traveling westide this morning we had a two separate incidents i won a fatal closer to the richmond border on west eighty that was cleared but then a motorcycle accident occurred westide he before sanpaolo damn right now we have four left lanes blocked only possible on the right side very heavy traffic from richmond parkway he can use richmond partly by the way to get over to san pablo avenue to get back on eighty bart on time elaine leung for kqed thanks aline will check back just before the top of the hour her report this morning brought to you by unbound since election day undocumented immigrants have become more concerned about beings in this country illegally and that includes the ticket were college students it's so unpredictable are these times at having that size of protection the campus like being the sanctuary campus israeli reassuring i'm tara result immigration meese education on marketplace the halfhour edition of marketplace can be heard both at 4 o'clock this afternoon and this evening at 630 here on kqed public radio tonight at eight will bring you our weekly broadcast of world affairs in two thousand eleven cairo's therere square commanded.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The ethics of missing mixing rather computergenerated images with the real world as coming up on forum today you'll hear that from nine till eleven here on kqed where it's now nineteen past 5 from npr news in washington on louie schiavone president trump spoke by phone with his chinese counterpart ahead of a meeting of the group of twenty nations in germany this week and pierre's anthony qian has more from beijing both trump and president xi jinping here their concern burns for trump it was north korea's nukes which apparently feels china should do more about xi jinping meanwhile spoke of taiwan in recent negative factors in the uschina relationship china is especially unhappy about the trump administration's first arms sales to taiwan last week french president emmanuel macron is giving a major policy see speech to both houses of the french parliament at their side today and pr as eleanor beardsley reports the unprecedented speech will replace the french president's usual best steel day address and news conference mac hallways issuing the july fourteenth bass steel day speech because his advisors say his complex thoughts are not suited a d journalists followup questions because of macas huge majority in the national assembly some are likening the all powerful new president to an emperor the farleft party says it will boycott his speech today and has accused mac all of acting like a fair trial and bob very a germany authorities fear eighteen people may have been killed after a bus carrying a group of german senior citizens crashed into a truck on a highway and burst into flames dozens were hurt a teen are currently considered missing i'm luiz schiavone npr news washington twenty minutes past the hour now in time for another look at bay area traffic joe mcconnell scott the day off and we have elaine lee in his place good morning again morning at a traffic alert is an effect in richmond west 80s closed at output cal we have a fatal accident investigation this crash occurred during the early for an hour traffic are being diverted at el per tally can take the el patel exit make left their follow all the cars to hit back onto west eighty traffic heavy backup to hilltop began west eighty closed at alpe cow elaine leung for kqed thanks elaine we'll check back with you at the bottom of the hour her report brought to you by compassion international support for kqed comes from xfinity from comcast xfinity goma's the total home security and automation solution with twenty four seven professional monitoring real time tax dandy male averts men remote video monitoring xfinity home away from comcast angie what her on the next.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Absolutely absurd to me did you know that some times the department of state will weigh as that interview for the visa applicant so you're in saudi arabia or you're in france or urine japan and europe foreign your foreign national and you've apply for a visa with the united states government the department of state does not always require you to show up in person to get to to get the approval of your visa they literally approve it with out meeting the applicant that is insane okay you don't go for your driver's license by proxy you'll get your driver's license sent to you by the mail you have to go in for your picture in your apple gatien but when someone wants to get a visa not every single person has to show up for it will actually the executive order trump's executive order does away with that it actually requires people to show up and do the concert vis interview in order to see the consular officer can qualify okay so they're wrong about the text being vague for circuses soup elaine lee wrong and so i i really take offence at a circuit court in our government in our country you're basically hein lying on our taxpayer dollar insane that the third that the tests the text is vague without and they don't even going to explain what they mean which part is vague and which part is it and that's that's a concluding three statement and any law school student 101 you don't make includes restatements you back it up with evidence and this is what the four circuit is doing so we have a a caller online we're going to go to linda in foxborough hello linda you're on the air high murray halifax oh so greer court with the supreme court i read the eo by though zillow and it i okay oh clever yet it w when when i thought it was a night circuit court but i guess you know there was you're not on there was there's a lot of different decisions floating around so there was the ninth circuit but the most masao okay okay now what i want to ask you that was something that was in my mind but i'm not a lawyer i don't know any of the thing i thought that it or the.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on WCTC

"Scotian year from the other end of the pressroom velox those just had to throw that up but anyway these idiots when and the are found a gun loaded behind the bed we're one of the the boys had been elaine lee that the right that's a well that's where they found it was hiding one of the fifty use a fifteen year old kid wasn't me look we got this from snapchat who is that a mighty twinbrook now so both boys went to juvenile detention well know i think this is a milwaukee suburb so milwaukee suburb and kids in high school in trouble going to detention of what are you picture fonzie right oh i figure my roommate a her is another idiot i have a feeling alcohol was involved here agai wanted a ride to hooters so what you do to get a ride daughters nine one one is now what its four idiot called 911 and i you know something women now have management jobs certainly in media plenty i mean our our pd on our program director on our fm side is this a woman the general manager for a long time it up in our stations in shooter knowles was well i mean it's like nothing but i would be any of this article and looking for the editor here is a man i'll tell you how i know there a florida man he was busted causi called 911 asking for a lift to hooters idiot together as the calls up um anyway he actually i told dispatchers his elderly grandmother was suffering from a stroke in the hooters parking lot and we can you get an need help getting there to assist her and then he the you've got a ride in he he ran into the eateries whereas they could i love it now the reason i say that the editor here is the man now there's two pictures one is in the back ones in the front it's the the one in the front would be his mugshot or the police or something like that now it's a picture of two orders you're now you tell me right the editor.

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"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"elaine lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are you afraid for your children that this fighting will get worse assembly of course when do you think it will end the little he did this is the those many parts of marawi city are the only things moving animal left behind and heavily on philippine soil moving clauses as they tried to clear the militant law whoa the soldiers are edge and with good reason nearly a dozen have been killed since the fighting began their commander is general lethal belveze the men who are the five the the open speaking to reporters over the weekend general belva said snipers can pin down an entire battalion which helps explain why it's taking so long even as toughtalking president rodrigo duterte a whose from the island of mindanao has vowed to crush the irs link militancy an effort that includes the use of airpower attack aircraft and helicopters have been pounding militant positions for days between that and the fire started by the militants many worry about what will be love when it's over us we malcolm undoing as a 17yearold displaced person now staying in nearby illegally what am i going to go home win these ends if i who nice still inside because of the as sides launched by the government chat so you worried about your house being burned down by these militants who are being bombed by the military or both both there's also concern about the safety of civilians still trapped inside militant control though and growing unease here with the military progress and professor melba on me is not one of those critics he lays the blame for all of it on the militants linked to the islamic state if lowest equal who i tell you quite as they say they're fighting for it oh islam i don't think they is i think uh they have another opportunity society giving these give us face station he says there's no place for us in mindanao and she says the ones who started all this are just criminals for npr news i'm michael sullivan in mud always city and you're listening to morning edition from npr news and the two nine minutes before seven elaine lee young has more about the traffic conditions on this memorial day money a triple world spent fairly light no delays whatsoever the favorites toll plaza a very light drive across the golden gate bridge we did have earlier trafficking gilroy south when one right past twentyfive earlier crash here it's been cleared.

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