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"fifteen cities" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

04:58 min | 6 months ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on Malicious Life

"One month before the new york times published. The story of robert williamson. Police officers killed. George floyd we all remember the weeks that followed the protests that broke up around. The country garnered tension around the world. It was so engrossing watching those scenes of civil strife that an otherwise remarkable part of the story went almost entirely on the radar in fifteen cities is the department of homeland. Security deployed planes helicopters and drums to watch over the protesters. The aircraft hovered over protesters in new york philadelphia. Detroit feeding customs and border patrol man centers which streamed the intel to police forces and national guard on the ground in minneapolis and the a secret rc. Twenty-six be reconnaissance. Blaine worked with ops on the ground streaming video feeds to an fbi command center in another instance in the top spending in the ficials ordered helicopters to provide quote persistent presence to disperse crowds. He helicopters flew so low to the ground that the sheer downward pressure from their rotor. Blades ripped the signs off of billions. And of course since protesters running this was something out of science fiction full on military intelligence operation on. Us land in later reporting military and government officials insisted that none of the aircraft deployed on protesters were equipped with fisher recognition capabilities in most cases. The aircraft were so high up that facial recognition would be moot. You can't make out face from a blip from nineteen thousand feet but even if some planes flew close enough to capture individual faces be problematic according to the new york times at least two hundred and seventy hours of protests footage was captured by the aircraft and uploaded to big pipe. Dhs network which can be accessed by other law enforcement agencies around the country for future investigations. Video in big pipe can be stored for up to five years. One potential concern then. Is that if a plane recorded. Good enough video. It wouldn't need real time fisher. Recognition on board an agency like the fbi could access that footage weeks or months later to identify individual protesters. It's entirely possible that this hasn't and won't happen but around the country police have already utilized facial recognition to identify and in some cases arrest individual. Blm protesters the extent of it is unknown. Police have no obligation to report on the run. Your face through a machine or concerns me is there's currently no limits at all none at all and so they can also use it to take a look at everybody who is in a peaceful protest of some sort And then take down their names and Hassle him or arrest them or give them trouble in one way or another or simply file them in a database as person of interest. None of which we want to have happen to us. This is ted claypool a lawyer and an author on legal issues surrounding privacy. And a here's one example of what ted means by no limits. Batanes out you can be arrested and not even know that facial recognition played partnered one. Protester less summer oriana albor knows was arrested for throwing rocks at police line. That's definitely a crime but no point in her processing. Did miami police mentioned in documentation to her lawyer or in any other capacity that the used clearview to identify her as the rock thrower. It took an independent investigation by nbc. News to uncover that information and it's important for mission right maybe arena was guilty but he next arena could be a robert williams.

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Facial Recognition in Law Enforcement

Malicious Life

04:58 min | 6 months ago

Facial Recognition in Law Enforcement

"One month before the new york times published. The story of robert williamson. Police officers killed. George floyd we all remember the weeks that followed the protests that broke up around. The country garnered tension around the world. It was so engrossing watching those scenes of civil strife that an otherwise remarkable part of the story went almost entirely on the radar in fifteen cities is the department of homeland. Security deployed planes helicopters and drums to watch over the protesters. The aircraft hovered over protesters in new york philadelphia. Detroit feeding customs and border patrol man centers which streamed the intel to police forces and national guard on the ground in minneapolis and the a secret rc. Twenty-six be reconnaissance. Blaine worked with ops on the ground streaming video feeds to an fbi command center in another instance in the top spending in the ficials ordered helicopters to provide quote persistent presence to disperse crowds. He helicopters flew so low to the ground that the sheer downward pressure from their rotor. Blades ripped the signs off of billions. And of course since protesters running this was something out of science fiction full on military intelligence operation on. Us land in later reporting military and government officials insisted that none of the aircraft deployed on protesters were equipped with fisher recognition capabilities in most cases. The aircraft were so high up that facial recognition would be moot. You can't make out face from a blip from nineteen thousand feet but even if some planes flew close enough to capture individual faces be problematic according to the new york times at least two hundred and seventy hours of protests footage was captured by the aircraft and uploaded to big pipe. Dhs network which can be accessed by other law enforcement agencies around the country for future investigations. Video in big pipe can be stored for up to five years. One potential concern then. Is that if a plane recorded. Good enough video. It wouldn't need real time fisher. Recognition on board an agency like the fbi could access that footage weeks or months later to identify individual protesters. It's entirely possible that this hasn't and won't happen but around the country police have already utilized facial recognition to identify and in some cases arrest individual. Blm protesters the extent of it is unknown. Police have no obligation to report on the run. Your face through a machine or concerns me is there's currently no limits at all none at all and so they can also use it to take a look at everybody who is in a peaceful protest of some sort And then take down their names and Hassle him or arrest them or give them trouble in one way or another or simply file them in a database as person of interest. None of which we want to have happen to us. This is ted claypool a lawyer and an author on legal issues surrounding privacy. And a here's one example of what ted means by no limits. Batanes out you can be arrested and not even know that facial recognition played partnered one. Protester less summer oriana albor knows was arrested for throwing rocks at police line. That's definitely a crime but no point in her processing. Did miami police mentioned in documentation to her lawyer or in any other capacity that the used clearview to identify her as the rock thrower. It took an independent investigation by nbc. News to uncover that information and it's important for mission right maybe arena was guilty but he next arena could be a robert williams.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

the NewsWorthy

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

"Out again. This exciting limited edition collection of diamond engagement rings launches on january eighteenth and you can preview it exclusively at blue nile dot com. Okay now back to work wednesday and today we're talking about the. Us cities that seem to be creating the most jobs despite the chaos of the last year lincoln put together a list of the top fifteen cities that have turned out the most job postings and hired the most people in two thousand twenty using data on its own platform. It found the cities with the best job. Markets are seattle austin texas boston. The san francisco bay area and raleigh durham north carolina. It's not much of a surprise. That seattle sits at the top of the list since amazon is based in the seattle region. And as you know the online retailer had incredible growth in donate twenty. In fact amazon is now washington. State's largest corporate employer overtaking boeing. Meanwhile san francisco made it to the top five with all the tech companies there who also grew during our new normal austin. Texas is seeing a surging job market because it's become a hot spot for companies to move it's mostly because texas has lower housing costs tax rates and regulations and other states like california other top ranked cities like madison. Wisconsin and raleigh durham north. Carolina are seeing a little growth year and there in industries across the board from education to science to hospitality. All right. thank you so much for listening today. and for telling other people about the newsworthy. We appreciate it. We'll catch you up on more news out tomorrow until then have a great day..

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Rolling Stones returning to North America for 15-city tour

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Rolling Stones returning to North America for 15-city tour

"The rolling stones will continue their no filter tour later this fifteen city run of north American stadium tour kicks off may eighth in San Diego and wraps of July ninth in Atlanta hot lanta tickets go on sale Friday February fourteenth at ten AM local time the stones played seventeen north American shows last year that grossed one hundred and seventy seven point eight million dollars they will be making a stop here in Minneapolis at U. S. bank stadium may six

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U.S. State Department scrambles to evacuate Americans from Wuhan

Atlanta's Morning News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. State Department scrambles to evacuate Americans from Wuhan

"Oh three here's the latest in the corona virus outbreak the state department orders Americans out of Wuhan China there is still around a thousand US citizens stranded in the Wu Han area now the state department is scrambling to evacuate some of them but it appears so far the space to get people out is limited the CZ and panel says China's lockdown fifty million people in fifteen cities including Honda center Chuck Schumer urged the trump administration to declare a public health emergency over coronavirus present risk is low you can never be too careful when it comes to to something is deadly and verily as this virus the declaration would free up millions of federal dollars five U. S. cases are now confirmed in California Arizona Chicago in Washington state LA county's public health director stresses all involved travelers from China there's no evidence of person to person transmission among residents living in LA county Southwest Airlines removes a sick passenger on the flight from Las Vegas to Baltimore for fear it might be corona virus he was released

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Young social entrepreneur in India turns wedding waste into meals for the needy

UN News

06:47 min | 2 years ago

Young social entrepreneur in India turns wedding waste into meals for the needy

"I'm an academy with you and us on a mission to feed hungry. Citizens young social entrepreneur in India, stack Ling, the food waste challenge there by rescuing food leftover from weddings parties in supermarkets, Padmanabahn Gopalan takes advantage of geolocation technology by allowing restaurants in individuals to log into his no waste food app where they can find the nearest community that can take their food instead of throwing it in the bin according to you, an estimates saving twenty five percent of the food currently wasted globally. Each year would be enough to feed. Eight hundred seventy million hungry people in so far, Mr. Gopalan, provided meals for more than nine hundred thousand you was in New York this week, taking part in the UN science, technology and innovation forum and spoke to you uses session gold. Why initiative, no food waste is an initiative that collects all this hopeless Ford from weddings, restaurants, supermarkets, and hall, sort of he even said this happening across the cities where there is a large. Twenty of untouched good quality surplus for being thrown into bins. So we have dollar technology and the application that helps to donate that to the nearest community need. So we have geo tagged all the hunger sports in the city like the people in need lake slums government hospital shelter homes, orphanages roadside homeless people temporary shelters all the stuff they are geo tagged and map. So if a if a person or restaurant or an industry logs into mobile application, they'll be able to see the nearest community, which they can share that, for instance, throwing it into the bins. We also operate a fleet of vehicles and volunteers, which helps us to bridge this gap of collecting and distributing the food. So it started in a place called mature in Tamil. Nado, nowadays working in fifteen cities, across south, India. Have you invested any foods or resources in making sure that people are aware of your initiative, so that they are able to reach out to you? That is a very good amount of awareness being picking up among the people. So. So people used to like they don't have any access to those datas of where they can go and share the food, even if they live in the city, they don't know where are people in need. So everybody speak about hunger, but they literally don't know where where this pockets are. So, that's when we wanted to identify them, and Geotech them. So there anybody like nowadays. Everybody's using technology on the other side like the people who while Guinness evens and everybody they're logging, and they just find the they see the data Hillary and say, anxious that this many sports are there in the city, which we live for more than thirty s so we work with all the, the particularly the food safety and channels authority of India, and they are organizing Multistakeholder meeting with the holiday caterers food industries on regular level, where we give to them. And also, we reach out on social media to all the wedding couples so they are aware of this service being offered, so they can close this on the weddings of throwing away. Lot of our students to dental school children as well was in a specific reason you gave up for this innovative idea creative solution to the food waste problem. So it's an interesting interesting journey, so I, I was doing my uniting graduation in an almond college so I happen to learn with lot of people from different backgrounds. So mostly from tribal, rural parts and few of us from cities. So everyone had a different value of food. So as working part time as well when I was doing my undergraduate. So then I was doing a part time classes to lot of school children. That's when I found out that this generation, particularly missed the value of the food is equal to some money, it's not an economic. It is beyond that, too. I thought instead of teaching science max, we should I teach value food to kids. So then whichever class, I go, I took a weighing scale with me. I used to wait how much food the kids throw in the schools and during the next day or something. Family. They'll be reading it in the, the assembly that yesterday, all of us western this many cages afoot today. We should try to reduce that. So then Ford standard kid came to me, and ask me a question. See there are a lot of food being thrown away last week, we had a housewarming function where we ordered for one fifty people, but only some one hundred people turned up, so we're can do that, for that provoke need to start something like this. So how many Xs meals have you been able to do need so far, the number of people who have been able to help, tow it as our around eight nine thousand meals that you have delivered through directly by us, and the, the eight hundred thousand but it's, it's more than eight hundred thousand meals that we have directly collected and delivered through frito vehicles, so we have on one hundred volunteers who collect meals, and deliver hand. There are also a lot of individual donations happening. Now, you are here in New York. Tell us a little bit about your experience participating. In the science technology innovation forum coming back to the United Nations actionable Ottoman goals. I strongly believe that technology and scale ability, will be the only solution to kill some local solutions. So this forum is a great platform for local restaurant loyal workers. Lakers for me. This is the first time in United Nations and frustration Moore. So every time I read about United Nations when Leanne my books, so here we are able to make the people from different cultures different countries coming together for a common cause. And we feel the energy of lake mindedness, among all the stakeholders here. So when I, I was given a chance here to person may Navision, so there are a lot of people who were able to connect to the problem of food waste and who are already seeking solutions for it. So we are all connected in this platform now. So it is definitely making this local solution to become global one. This platform is one that will make that you talked about skill ability. What are your plans for the future? So right now, the, the Soviet of hunger, mapping, we are done in fourteen cities, where people are using it to shut the food. So we are working on in to metro big cities, rest of all titrate cities. So we according to the data, what we have there is more amount of wood being thrown away stood only in Tyrone cities then tied into so we were concentrating more on Thailand cities in the coming years. So we'll be killing a initiatives to much more Tyron cities like the Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore Hyderabad and other places, and also create a more sustainable model current way of working now, we are shifting it into more sustainable model so that it will really become replicable and Francis solution for everyone to

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Going further into light passenger vehicles. Perhaps can you see that as well? Absolutely pops in Susan for the project, we identified light commercial vehicles to be the first draw attention on conceptually. We could think about the broader perspective partic- for the very moment. What we are focusing on. The teams are doing great top. Preliminary results are quite promising. Could you see putting more production in the US? I mean right now, it's been a difficult market. You'd see what it's done to be MW and dialer have much export capacity. There could you see putting more though for Volkswagen? I mean, it's no secret that we have some capacity left in Chattanooga, which we hope to fill up, but there's no quick fix in order to make adjustments in our industry. But we certainly keeps those developments under close scrutiny as far as the industry as a whole. There's been a lot of talk about how hard regulation has hit especially the German car makers to expect that to keep being such a headwind with the issues on diesel with the environmental issues. I mean, the lot of developments going on if you driving if you take the discussion about driving in fifteen cities in Germany right now. The decreasing share of diesel too concerned about the residual values from a dealer in customer perspective, the Lord of boards in the I think it's important that we go straight to the points relief all to politics that we looked for equitable solutions. And we are willing certainty to make our contribution to resolutions. That.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KOMO

"The hospital and she wasn't a lot of pain would say repeatedly it didn't happen I wasted in this this didn't happen I. Wish I didn't cause the speed I wish I. Didn't get hit August ninth Marshall TC's nine. Year old daughter Manera was headed to the pool with their friend when a car. Hit them at the, corner of rainier avenue south in south Henderson street her daughter was in the ICU for three days. With a fractured pelvis at deep. Head gash two weeks later the city. Of Seattle stepped up and sped, planned improvements to rainier. Avenue which according to a, two thousand fifteen, city report I was. Just one crash per day they misstatement the mayor wrote we the city. Have to stand up take notice and make sure we're doing all we can make every community safer so what's new three painted Crosswalks new, countdown pedestrian signals you, could soon, see a school zone camera and more signs outlawing right. Turns on red the other girl hit is now out of intensive care and. In satisfactory condition and a big west, Seattle streets getting a new upgrade Seattle department of transportation. Crews are hard. At work installing new. Sidewalks and wider. Curbs on thirty Fifth Avenue between one. Hundred and one hundred six in west Seattle. That will ensure a safer journey to school for those who are walking or biking in Arbor heights and to the west side school students no children have been hurt before. On thirty Fifth Avenue but it has had passed pedestrian troubles the project is more about preventing, collisions in the, future so by providing the sidewalk space out of the roadway kids are, given a buffer from busy moving traffic safety improved Were paid for by revenues from Seattle's automated schools cameras. And by the move. Seattle levee construction should wrap up in time for, the first day of classes and that's komo's Kelly Cooperman's KOMO news time to forty update on komo's sports now time to check in with Bill Swartz for Tom Glasgow hawks and Vikings playing under Friday night lights preseason football game three for the hawks. Five o'clock kickoff tonight at Minnesota they starters typically play, into the third quarter of these contests. But hawks coach Pete Carroll has another goal in mind. Actually seeing some guys come back with feels like we, got a little bit bigger roster than we've had, we'll still Look at some young guys in see, some, guys are going to make a bid to make the club however Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tells reporters there. Are no extensive talks with a c. hawks about disgruntled holdout safety Earl Thomas. The huskies return to football practice today. Following, an off, day at training camp eight days to go until their season opener against Auburn. Right here on KOMO news inter league baseball for the Seattle Mariners in Arizona this. Evening erase mall Ramirez gets the call for the need to get on a hot streak, to, stay relevant in both the American League West in the wild card standings the Diamondbacks lead the NFL. West division and go with right handers Zach godly you sports updates at ten. And, forty after the hour Bill Swartz the home of the huskies KOMO news before you go anywhere you, wanna stick around and listen for marinas, traffic updates we've got a lot. To talk about next you know art teacher said that we, should have, a, plan in case of an emergency do. We have first thing I'm gonna do is grab a flashlight with dead batteries I'm going to start randomly. Throwing clothes In, the bag you, two will be hiding, in the closet and dad won't be able to find you and that's. When, we, both start crying uncontrollably can you pass..

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The us but there were tens of thousands of people that worked in the building that i worked in when i lived in a city so fifteen people in each and fifteen cities protested then you would have what is that three hundred people well in this case they hunt the folks over at huntington post do link to a quote or to a twitter from fight for fifteen saying that three hundred marchers took part in civil disobedience in dc today so it and when i see a few dozen people at a protest i consider that a success but you know that's because i'm coming from the libertarian perspective where getting more than a handful of people out is a win but anyway hundreds of people took to the streets today as part of a new movement to challenge racism and poverty in america the reverend william barbara the second in reverend liz theo harris the two religious leaders spearheading the poor people's campaign a national call for moral revival led dozens of demonstrations or demonstrators at a rally and march in front of the capitol in dc this afternoon similar rallies were coordinated and held in front of steakhouses in over thirty states across the country according to organizers participants in dc sang out familiar chance from protests against racism and police brutality in recent years such as what do we want justice when do we want it now and also what do we want a living wage when do we want it now justice and is then equated to a living wage hundreds were arrested at one of the things that i my my rebuttals to this is is that poverty is the natural human condition like you popped out of the place you popped out of things we're doing and red and you had nothing why is it that you expect something from other people you're not even the not even the piece of p person from who you popped out of just random folks that have things you expect some of their stuff because reasons i mean if somebody's working you have to trade your laborer in order to get that stuff so it's not just an expectation of getting a thing.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Jiang who was the state senator is now josh newman from this very district or in who faces a recall vote it happened finally happened for people to vote on the first week of june so if you're in this district vote for can you list the town's real quick so everybody knows that right so the towns there are fifteen cities so we have in l county it's diamond bar walnut rowland heights in san bernardino county we have chino hills in orange county we have yorba linda brea placentia la habra cyprus buena park a portion of anaheim what are we missing you passed the test all right john and ken show here we're at the phoenix club thirteen forty sanderson banana heim we're getting the final rush of signatures to get the gas car tax on the ballot in november extra cushion johnny ken kfi debra no jamie king with the news it is the us chia says acquaint that's reynolds southern california was a five point three near the channel islands in ventura county seismologist dr lucie jones tells nbc four it was about nine miles deep centered more than seventeen miles southwest of santa cruz island there's several through there that push up the channel islands so it's it's what's called a strike slip fault the ground moved horizontally she says there's no sooner me risk because the quake was too small aftershocks can be expected ventura county captain steve swindle fire captain rather says it's a reminder to be ready to prepare for everything not just fires floods this is the california we do hit or quakes there was no immediate word of damage or injuries federal prosecu let's say three gang members from east la have agreed to plead guilty to civil rights and racketeering charges for firebombing the homes of black people in boyle heights molotov cocktails were tossed into four apartments at the ramona gardens housing development in two thousand fourteen court papers show the men admitted doing it because they wanted to force the black families to move away the men are looking at more than thirty years in federal prison the air force thunderbirds of thunderbirds pilot killed in a crash in the las vegas area was from valencia major stephen del bag no was doing a training flight when the f sixteen fighter jet he was piloting went down yesterday morning the thunderbirds were scheduled to perform this weekend at the march air force base reserve in riverside county but that performance has now been canceled traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash in south la on.

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z announce "On the Run II" tour

24 Hour News

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Beyoncé and Jay-Z announce "On the Run II" tour

"The scientology tv network is up and running on direct tv apple tv roku fire tv chrome cast i tunes and google play a tweet from the scientology tv account says it's time for us to tell our story several high profile investigations of scientology have highlighted alleged abuses of former members including leah remedies a e docu series scientology and the aftermath and alex gibney emmy winning documentary going clear scientology and the prison of belief jay z are heading out on the road together this summer and fall i stadium tour they're on the run to tour kicks off june sixth cardiff wales the tour will hit fifteen cities across the uk and europe and twenty one cities of north america including boston detroit new orleans houston los angeles atlanta and miami the torah is a reprised of the couple's two thousand fourteen on the run for that took them across north america and two dates in paris the paris shows.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Every day and near many many people like that in china eight hundred million chinese thyroid is 14 billion times every day so for us nowhere wing narrow humming and people have these much need we basically design of products for them so the difference between as in a lot of other players as we offer full range of services and not just at the napredak high share a hearing this stays at us and taxiing bicycles by seacock is not a lotta people can of foreign private car right in china's sale bicycle is and meaning bus car polling our there are a lot of very interesting local products we're trying to connect with people how many cities in china are you operate for i'm chris 400 citius for hundreds cities yeah and a lot of them are megacities very differing found cities here when you think of us any here i think mary session each city already on the air more than fifteen cities in china there and bigger than you are so have any fifteen fifteen cities bigger than you did the new york and there i think in terms of a population there are six cities in the states that are bigger then a six million population but that number in china's fortyfour here in the state's new rice shares nice to have lived anywhere they are doing great and bid almost every family here in the states have 102 cars if you don't have rideshare you can stare tragedy south ray but in china only 10 percent people had carlos right but people still want to have a decent ride by ways bench hours on the road to so community i would say is the number one challenges and then you know that the pollution of course coming out of when you have megacities day the air i see my kids playing in every day when it's a bad weather i just pains me to see that and also no safety is another thing we should be really mindful and vows especially now there are so many people on the street you know there near the road accidents no the rate actually increase higher so there are just a lot of issues coming out of it we fear you you know the industry we are in is so.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Range of services and not just at the napredak high share like hearing a stays at us a taxi bicycles by seacock is not a lotta people can no foreign private kyw right in china's sale bicycles and me bus car polling our there are a lot in very interesting local products we're trying to connect with people how many cities in china are you operate for one hundred four hundred city s for hundreds cities yeah and a lot of them are megacities very differing from cities here on when you think about sitting here i think we are a huge city already uh they're they're more than fifteen cities in china bigger than you have any fifteen fifteen cities bigger than you get the new york and there i think in terms of now a population there six cities in the states that are bigger than a six millionpopulation but that number in china's fortyfour here in the state's new rise shares nice to have lived anywhere they are doing great and big almost every family here in the state had one or two kayce day if you don't have right sherry against their tragic south ray but in china only 10 percent people have carlos still want to have a decent ride by ways bent tara's out there how to their community i would say is the number one challenges and then you know that the pollution of course coming out if when you have megacities pay the air i see my kids playing in every day when it's a bad weather i dispense me to see that armed and also no safety is another thing we should be really mindful and vows especially now there are so many people on the street you know they're now the road accidents no the rate at increase higher so there are just a lot of issues coming out of that but we fear you industry where in is so impactful that.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the challenges that i found over some decades of growing up here and live in santa cruz so dealing with public transportation in that i haven't seen anything that would wanted the most lethal freeway in california there challenges in terms of public transportation there when i 20 years ago i could take greyhound or purely an it with dropped me off and left gadot eric hoeger now it remind reminded doesn't do that it doesn't stop there there are about to go from pettigrew downtown hanno day but you know from i felt for my mother or young people without driver quite her fabled people they're not theirs there's not they're not too many options and i think that tragic because environmentally uh in terms of the oh ability like my mother has many friends and pettigrew have drive he doesn't drive anymore um than i have to yoyo back and forth the hey curve picker there'll be taken there her there later today so i think that is particularly frustrating in town here in the united states i think in britain may be better but i know are often struggle struggle in maybe haiti you know areas where there may not permit greenwich she's me i think their challenge probably in any urban area regions officers the agree on just a since vianna give out superb answer about the kind of infrastructure changes that we need is a great approach but the two sides to the coin and the other side of the coin is we must undergo to change in attitude towards aging but how many of your listeners michael understand the aging starts at the at the age of eleven it doesn't start at sixty or sixty five tells young kids you know you think of yourself maybe one day on a cane like the old parables heather yavuz the it's not it's not it's also shouldn't be thought of as a period of decline are we can make our aging yours as you said earlier a golden age and it's only as a last years of life that's when it gets really expensive in terms of medical health and some because eventually all of his will go we've got to change our view of aging and we've got to change our understanding of the kind of.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About what to do he's asked the same question about have you maintain your brain health people don't know nhk as a founder the program with aarp call the global council for brain health google's and he what we do is to get experts together discuss one issue so sleep is one diet is another physical activity with distil the evidence about what people can do with this leap for the physical exercise for that diets to make sure that that brain health who still have a big mountain to climb was alzheimer's though in mentioning over eighty a sled fifty percent of people do suffer from some of the subsidy right over eighty about one in sleep people are going to get dementia actually there's another problem which comes before dimension that smile well cognitive impairments both in the us and britian there's no medical help available so malcolm conceived impairments but there is for a dementia allied lives give the audience some hope one in free will get dementia that means tunes free once and actually even others even higher than one in three then i was one in three under even even if you gotta get dementia you could do lots of things now to slow it down and is not inevitable so i'm i'm i'm more gloss hall sold and glass half empty and eventually science who gets the ball some of these i hope you're right my dad used to say just as a jumble were game every single day that was way what we just i think joking about that that we give your my active michael we just produced a report and aarp educate report was the least yesterday on what do we know about how brain games are good for albright said your listeners should check it out further knew what he was talking about he did get to anywhere until he was a nonurgent area and in his 90s let's get some callers on and lee your i welcome i i i would carry no you can't pay the effect that loneliness like nothing bigger really and i would like to know what that we can quite back because very like the fight how long the only in our out you know experience equivalent of having my talk big i i really don't white flight africa fair kind of beijing unfounded well let's see the impending down for healy james goodwin.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well i always like marks allianz who mark no ages mine over matter you don't mind it doesn't matter let the reality is we've got lots the on the horizon sierra turns of biotechnology in terms of these are gonna make people live longer i dunno if they're going to reverse the enzyme prices but we're gonna see things in the future that we hadn't even imagine and that means more people and that means more moi difficulty in terms of sustaining resources dynamo taking into account well i think that we're going to see is not just two or three generations that five or six generations in said we have to look at how those resources can all be all those living today so has limited but yet again they have shunned there's been some economic development looking at the economics and we all think like oh we love to have then millennials come in and legal really older people don't have that economic engine then in in truth it is reverse that if you bring out older people into your community they're much better fear economy they don't take up the things that like schools take travel at different traffic times they just have different resources said they give so ed's can have doesn't it's a paradox of what we usually thing but it is something that we're trying to get the message out and as some of the businesses are events at the as the uh the former chamber that's now as the el they are studying an age friendly business initiative and trying to make not only your policies can of age finley help people when they retire to do such things as give them a stipend when they go volunteer someplace look at how you can still keep berkane maybe not at the same rate or some different ways of us to better quality of life overall i we yeah and we've got lots of callers and wanna get to as many them as i can let me just go back to change who went for a moment uh biggest fear of people it seems to me as they get older obviously as quality of life physical deterioration but also loss of memory and cognitive towers yet he had some words so as the mon mike you're absolutely right and i think one of the problems is that if you go and ask the.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lines are open and available so please feel free to be part of the conversation again the number is eight six six seven three three six seven eight six or you can email us forum at kqed dead org or tweet us our twitter handle is at kqed form and you can also post questions or comments immediately in our website kqed or ugh forum let me go back to change goodwin i was reading about two minutes faced travel on aging that uh you put out on twitter there was just released on monday and sacked uh i assume it's still up the maybe tell us what it is because when i was reading liz this is talking about managing aging and slowing it down or maybe even reversing is yeah there have been some outstanding observations made about space travel uh we work with the canadian insugents health research on the canadian space agency and what they found is the astronauts in some respects that rates of aging is twenty four times faster in space than it is and this is a staggering of survey shen so that that muscles waste away which rickles soccer pina the bones lose that density in their strength and we've all seen the images when they land back on earth has to be helped out of the space captial in the rest of it but the great thing as the sweetest six months after that they've been rehabilitated which means that these age light changes could be reversed what does that tell us we can slow down on aging one of the great things about eight friendly is that it was a futuristic idea it solve problems before they knew what the problems were because he was suckered visually idea and opening spaces for all the people making a aging a mainstreaming process is getting to improve diana said wishes isolation uh loneliness also it's going to help people to become more physically axes space videos got a great message in an age friendly space with a view to slow down you rates of aging asking to make your healthy i falungong that seems an unlikely idea but actually that's the truth of it.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of aging in adult services welcomed animal welcome thank you let's have you bolts and let me begin as i may uh that could goodwin was you in professor goodwin i literally call you james james is fine michael let's go right to the chase you cintas the amine mean got fifteen cities are going to be designated as age friendly what does it mean does that mean it means it's recognizing the fundamental change is a gangland the society of the moments not just in terms of the numbers of older people all of his raging and eventually many of his will reach the age one hundred as the usual look for the age of our lifespan recognizes not just the population numbers will say that as we age style aging issues an old yelled population has special needs but it also has special oxidants so this is it is not a oneway street where society is helping old people we have to recognize the capital the all the people of bill took in their lives and have volleyball society and they can reciprocate to this make city best of all ages it's not old friendly it's age friendly and sing eight eighty in fact i've been a longtime advocate for bringing in people who are retired or people who are supposedly golden years alisa kind of soft as nations next that we need to go there right now he has said that this tremendous resource i mean the in education in helping with parenting and grandparents in all of those things you're talking about that's exactly what i'm talking about s i'm all generations who support each other and as we age usually with got more time on the hands we've got the skills of allies time away able to come to bution in the family to our community around this i think that's the future and we've got since two time went probably such as the sense of saw ici will be at the age of sixty saw hill we got all those baby boomers in they are aging in dan miller what's being done in all these cities to essentially reached the kind of the.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Either so you watch conscription in the draft rightback alex zulle which ensure our marine in vietnam eyebrow dare go we have a lot of people that were uh faffing so cates again i thank you for the call using illnesses navy the president is completing the chelsea manning case which is why am i not shocked but still it's an to announce this through a tweet what is military leaders say about that robbery well i note here leaders are responding evac cents i don't think you're gonna um you're going to put every transgendered portion in the same category that they would be quite sure chelsea manning um the the fact that this was tweeted out as opposed to uh it's gone through normal course of action on the presidency well this yeah this is the nagging question and this is what you know jerry clearly something the pierre um did actually at the pentagon was not prepared for this point i think also it um we need to remember to be here varying opinions in you know even ingrid near the joint chiefs of staff is to you know as to uh transgender i don't think that any of the services um have called for an absolute ban on on transgender serving they are detailed question did he cares for these people live by um you know what construction changes mm maybe made what the military occupational specialty rating has to be changed their federal but i don't think that varies how did mary's open hostility of the joint chiefs of staff level to the idea of transgender serving under any capacity and again rival read his senior managing editor for saracens stripes and military newspaper for overseas service members and leaflets kitchen quickly here if we can lease go ahead yes i was just gonna say that uh in the '70s uh i was an army officer and i do uh integrate they truck company with women and women were not previously in that mos because one of the things as they had to be able to change a tire on a large truck and there was a lot of do it by finally happened live with vine okay that's progress thank you lisa thank you to our guests lever read uh of.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Evidence is clear that inclusive policy is good for the military and discrimination is bad for the military and and that's the caller said to to to go after one specific group as if that group is somehow burden to the military is morally suspect an impact for readiness they let me go earned bill consent something as a colorado brought here and that is the way you see the message is going out to transgendered people i mean we're talking about millions of people really are we yeah um uh gary gates at ucla estimated that there are approximately seven hundred thousand a transgender adults in the united states and you know it's it's a difficult to count population i was thinking about globally even the message is one of inequality is the messages that you you don't count you're you're a secondclass citizen and you don't deserve to uh to have a place at the table with everybody else and rick rights my son served six years in the army including one tour of duty in afghanistan he recently needed medical tests for what he thought was cancer he had a hard time getting unemployment was a is already too little money for veterans why should we had people that will bring large costs for voluntary sex change and you see what to that robbery while you hear this complaint lock um particularly in the veterans community by the ruth really complaining to issues um i could again it by all indications the amount of money will have to dig i deplore for uh allowing transgender people to serve pretty miniscule but you do hear the complaint quite a bit neck okay um you know why are these people getting uh uh preferential treatment wearing uh you know one of the veterans administration in such destroy and here's twister rights i hope everyone supporting stands enacted service member already to enlist to take their sponsors plenty of support rosa could be sealed i think he wanted to.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of a steady what what made it so urgent care he noted issue this now when uh you know the pentagon had already set in motion a system to you know to reach its conclusion and to do so in a methodical manner soviets now the number of people here are questioning it's not just forty shared with the timing reporter should what are those the though from your perspective i mean we're talking about corporations and businesses and author plans uh for transgender people go visit burden for a military that takes on useful expenses like fifteen's in the kind of weaponry that we know that the military needs or feels any as my colleague shared he asked machar that this would be a pretty small percentage of the overall pentagon budget the pentagon budget by the pentagon standards anyways pretty stretched this time so i suppose you know dollars go on one portion i've got dogs going another but uh i've seen some estimates should there's more spin on bihozagara in the military and in his spent we're in a wouldbe sound transgender they're only about two hundred people who have so far applied for um you know for gender jewelry um you know on the pentagon near collector pretty small number one you think they're just want no one point three million people on active duty and another eight hundred thousand people into reserve so no we're talking about a very small percentage of of people also the military you know is your complex sure organization and um toys disruption is concerned you know not everybody in the military sugar polar in fact mostar you know and um uh to be able to draw conclusions about thirty falati of of institution which is very good this way not something that you can do just off the cuff offthecuff address require serious study of study that had been commission and supposedly is underway let me get to some comments here role in tweets this fencing enter ban is a distraction a piece of red meat offer to the base and a red herring to get the press off the russian story so rights of my opinion we should welcome anyone with open arms who is willing to die for the united states and the protection of democracy and here's sarin the transgender mansour hi i just wanted to say that.

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"fifteen cities" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810

KGO News Radio 810

01:59 min | 5 years ago

"fifteen cities" Discussed on KGO News Radio 810

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