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Disney Fires Top ABC News Executive for Racially Insensitive Remarks
"Cut ties ties with with a a longtime longtime network network executive. executive. After After saying saying an an investigation investigation found found that that she she made made racially racially insensitive insensitive remarks remarks in in an an email email to to ABC ABC News News staff, staff, a a Disney Disney exec exec said said the outside inquiry found that Barbara Fujita also managed in a rough manner. Geeta had been placed on administrative leave from ABC News last month. She has called the allegations against her heartbreaking and incredibly misleading Fox News and
Robust Fit to Nature
"I enjoy bringing neurologists on the show from time to time as I'm going to do today. In invariably I work in some sort of question about how different the brain is from the machine approach to intelligence. How apples to oranges? These things are in many ways that's fair, and we may eventually develop Agi in some exotic way that bear similar resemblance to our existence, just a computational process that exhibits this property called consciousness who knows but as often as I say it's apples to oranges. It's I. Don't know honey crisp to gala or Fujita red. Delicious Carl Sagan said about Apple Pie the point being that. If you frame it this way, the brain is a highly over parameter. Is the machine yet? It's still learns pretty well. We also have artificial machines that are highly over parameter. That's a complication for us there, so maybe just maybe there's a roadmap somewhere in here and things like evolution in urology can point the way forward. Along. This week on the show. I'm talking to reassign one of the authors on the paper, robust fit to nature, an evolutionary perspective on biological and artificial neural networks. Can't. My name is Alexa. I'm Apple Festival. Neil scientists. According to Department at Princeton, university, or can you tell us a little bit about your specific interest? Within neuroscience, we study out the human brain function in the real world, severely using naturalistic setups and care a lot about our people communicate the thought people, non woods and neuroscience and fields. I may be more familiar with like computer, science and machine learning. Certainly, there's some overlap and collaboration, but we're not known for collaboration per. Se yet I know for meeting some of your papers in particular the. The robust fit to nature paper. We're going to discuss. You have a strong fluency in these tools, so I want to ask you. At what point did you become interested in machine learning so relatively recently, I was saying the last five to ten years. What is unique about my? We understand other brain is operating in life, not realistic setups, so we really don't usually use a lot of the control experiment that are used in cognitive sokaia Daniel signs so most of the modeling and competition. Competition Walk in our food was not given to us because it was never applied to listrik setups excitedly sounded like a black tool in in Messina attention to have modest that sort of cognitive problems. For example you have minded cocoon is faces as good as humans. Instead they ask why these like new models are coming out of fill in computer science. Oh, by companies start to slow cognitive problems in life and second to ask out of this mother's relevant to kneel. Scientists are quality. There's. There's a lot of I. Suppose perspectives on this. Certainly the way of human learns in the way machines currently learned I guess some similarities, but they're quite different. Are we even in a place where we can have strong discussions about this, or is there something exotic Lee apples to oranges about the way machines in the human brain work? It's a good question I think. If you ask most of the people in my field, they will say well, not so, what actually really relevant to in? Kings? It was so different and if you look at the Tilles, that people use now to think about the way and psychology and cognitive functions it will also look very different. But the more we looked into this modernist related, actually that they might be to the same family of models as human brain and amusing details, family of models to say that the obviously a lot of differences between biological networks in official neural networks, but we now think that they might belong to the same family of and broadly speaking. What is that family? Can we characterize it in some mathematical way? We. Can I take what unique about? It down models. What is the time to act down model? The title understand and let me explain if you think about go back to the example of faces face net is a model tied to give the proper name, the Labor of the name of the face. We Batticaloa image. If you think about language modern, it's modern to predict the next world in sentence or complete a sentence if you think about driving a car. To drive, so if you think I'm GonNa, sit downing. It's what I to act in performance. Pacific function and they don't think down what a tight to understand the world. To Act in the world, and we stopped to think that the brain also have is like when without desire to act now brain designed to acting six and not designed to understand the situation, and this is very different perspective. Perspective of must people in our field I think actually the to understand other lengths factor so I will give you an example Devesh simple example in I. think it will help us to think let's say I. Five Thousand Points that will simple from Pablo, if a student of mine will come we ten thousand parameters to predict it's like. Like ten thousand nine points or not scientist. He didn't gain any understanding, Abud, on the next track so I really unappreciated if he understood that Pablo can be monitored by CLAMATO.
"fujita" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"But the Japanese did and they they brought it to fruition they badly used it during the war but the point is they made it so for where I am about fifty five miles west out in the Pacific Ocean at five thirty five AM on September ninth nineteen forty two the I. twenty five launched its C. plane and the pilot was noble Fujita Fujita after Pearl Harbor on the I. twenty five he had gone to his executive officer and he said listen you know I'm an old seaplane pilot now they have me stuck on a submarine and I'm not a combat role I'm a reconnaissance guy I don't think that we are maximizing the capabilities of the type B. boats if we use the airplanes for not only spotting strategic American targets but maybe dropping a bomb over flying over and then we would achieve total immediate surprise and unlike Pearl Harbor we wouldn't have to run home and rearm we would just submerge and then do it again where we want and the executive officer said you know what I like the concept tell you what why don't you write it up when we get back to Japan we will submitted to the imperial general staff and I'm sure they'll they'll prove this in the meantime they were sent to the west coast of the United States most all the Japanese submarines have participated in the Pearl Harbor attack were sent to the west coast because obviously and and it was very intuitive them but didn't take a heck of a lot of thought they assume that the U. S. would be reinforcing Pearl Harbor so they were sent to the west coast off of Washington Oregon and California and then they were told to attack targets of opportunity so this was when Santa Barbara was shelled.
Austin's South by Southwest Festival Canceled Due to Coronavirus
"As more countries reporting cases of the new coronavirus more people are choosing to stay home that is travelers cancel trips sports teams consider banning spectators and big popular events such as the south by southwest cancel businesses and employees are seeing big losses Yahoo finance and current reporter a Kiko Fujita says Austin who looks forward to that massive music festival every year is feeling the pain hotel's having to deal with cancellations airlines and dealing with cancellations restaurants that are in Austin no longer being able to take in the traffic from all of the people that were expected to come so that's kind of a real example of the broader impact were seen as a few years continue to build up because people simply aren't going about their daily lives choosing to stay at home and a lot of these businesses that rely on that kind of traffic are starting to see
"fujita" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Make any products from the bees wax like soap and candles it all starts with one thing find tips and more at one thing you ask dot com what's your one thing this is terribly meteorologist standard often another edition of whether one oh one so how was tornado strange rate it well the most common a practical way to determine the strength of a tornado is to look at the damage it cost of the damage we can estimate the wind speeds and enhanced Fujita scale was implemented by the National Weather Service in two thousand and seven to rate tornadoes in a more consistent and accurate manner the EF scale takes into account more variables in the original Fujita scale when it's signing a wind speed rating to a tornado incorporating twenty eight damage indicators such as building type structures of trees for each damage indicator there eight degrees of damage ranging from the beginning of visible damage to complete destruction of the damage indicators the original F. scale to not take these details into an account correlation has now been developed between the original at scale in the EF scale this makes it possible to express ratings in terms of what scale to the other preserving historical data base when they're severe weather in North Texas I'll help keep you informed around the clock newsradio ten eighty KRLD eleven thirty aids at KRLD this coach could become the fastest men's or women's coach in division one to ever reach a big platter you could do it tonight we talk about it next first traffic and weather together on the aids with choice Nielsen and we've got no problem that's going to be north of downtown Dallas north bound seventy five before lovers act at last check the two left lanes were affected.
"fujita" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers disco not available in all states or situations this is terribly meteorologist Dave Byrd often another edition of whether one oh one so how was tornado strange rate it well the most common a practical way to determine the strength of a tornado is to look at the damage it cost of the damage we can estimate the wind speeds and enhanced Fujita scale was implemented by the National Weather Service had two thousand and seven to rate tornadoes in a more consistent and accurate manner the EF scale takes into account more variables in the original Fujita scale when it's signing a wind speed rating to a tornado incorporating twenty eight damage indicators such as building type structures of trees for each damage indicators eight degrees of damage ranging from the beginning visible damage to complete destruction of the damage indicators the original F. scale to not take these details into an account correlation has now been developed between the original at scale in the EF scale this makes it possible to express ratings in terms of what scale to the other preserving historical database when they're severe weather in North Texas I'll help keep you informed around the clock newsradio ten eighty KRLD one forty eight around three coming up next Oscars attacked a lack of diversity right off the bat and then for the first time ever there was a non English film winning everything so we'll talk about it coming up next first traffic and weather for the day the end we check in right now with you in Rogers we are we're down to just the cones the construction so thankfully all of our problems in the way of stalls and.
Food Neighbourhoods Presents Tin Hau of Hong Kong
"Today we're off to explore the neighborhood of Tin Hau in in Hong Kong which is pronounced tin like the mental and how like the question so how do I get that. The answer is pretty simple. Go to the nearest. MTO Station Asian gets on the Blue Island line and get off at either Tin Hau or Fortress Hill alternatively. If you decide to take a taxi it's a good idea to use either of those. MTO Stations Sion's as your point. That's because strictly speaking there is no such places in the area that lies between these two stations and is bordered by Victoria Park Victoria Harbor and Braemar. Hill should technically be called either Causeway Bay or North Point. The Phantom district of Tin. Hau actually gets its name from the nearby Tin Hau Temple Tin. Hau is the goddess of the scene Cantonese so these temples erected in her honour have traditionally attracted fishermen Chaman families who come to pay their respects and Ostra protection from the ocean necessarily expect Tin Hau temples usually found dumped along the coast of Hong Kong. However in this particular neck of the woods extensive land reclamation work in the early twentieth century has pushed the temple further and further away from the sea as a result? If you walk into Tin Hau Temple today the closest you find to get your feet. Wet is the Water Fountain in the courtyard. I generally quite pleasant spot with covered seating being a chance for some spiritual contemplation the puck that thought for now luke plenty of time for rest and reflection of the end of Ottawa right now. We're we're off to explore some of Tin House. Earthly Delights and we are beginning to in Fortress Hill at the station gets out exit a and crossed the busy kings road onto oil street being shooter look out for the double decker trams as they trundled past find your bearings little snippet of local history by first nipping into oil street art space. This two story great listed red brick building dating back to one thousand nine hundred eight used to be the homicide home of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club but after the coastline moved the club set sail to new premises in the nineteen thirties and today the converted art space ace is the only surviving waterfront building from that time standing on the corner of oil streets and Wang on road spend a moment to take in the old tenement buildings well I erected on this reclaimed land now have to shed his space with several much newel unfought Shinier office towers while you were there order a coffee Alfie to go through the window at Smoko an owner operated hole in the wall cafe occupied this same pavement spot for the last four years for an extra jolt of Benji. Let yourself be tempted by the slices of Banana love that often sit on the counter with Your Cup Cake in hand continue along Wang on road turn left wbt onto folk. Yom Road and then take a right onto electric road which is one of ten house major thoroughfares runs parallel to the hopper electric road road gets his name from Old Power Station that was decommissioned in the nineteen seventies demolished and then turned into housing for the road around as it bends left an enter enter Causeway Bay market. This is a typical example of Hong Kong so-called wet markets that can be found almost every neighborhood in the city stole operators tend to wear release on feet for good reason the floors at these wet markets are usually soaking wes on account of the live fish and other seafood that are sold out two polystyrene boxes filled up with water and melting ice fresh meat is also sold alongside the seafood but in the city it comes with a word of caution in Hong Kong fresh meat means live meat not that fluffy farm-to-table marketing speak pig's trotters watches and snouts hang on hooks on one side of Causeway Bay markets while live chickens squeezed into tiny cages clock and school on the other side. Animal lovers be warned in fact the same goes for anyone with a sensitive stomach skip this part of the tour. I'm probably shut your ears for the next ten or twenty seconds at Causeway Bay market. Live poultry plucked from their cages by multitasking butcher who then ways them tags them and kills them right in front of paying in customers the chickens then handed to the chaps at the back of the store to be defended in cleaned and win the caucuses returned to the front counter the butcher slices of the feet it cuts the body into chunks and Hanover in a plastic bag for those you still listening at this point. Don't be surprised to see black skin chickens on the butcher's board causeway Tapei market. It's local delicacy and a curious sight to behold when I encountered at the bottom of a clear Chinese soup on that note it. It must be time for spot of lunch tin. Hau is home to plenty of roasted goose restaurants however something tells me that right now you a feeling like like something a little bit more healthy and wholesome so let's leave the market behind and head over to campus a Japanese Carey House on the other side of electric road campuses led by Chef Fujita Kanter and his restaurants simple approach to food can be summed up as minimal fuss minimal fat. There are no additives in the food and plenty of no meat options on the menu making a popular choice for the city's health conscious order the carry with fifteen kinds of vegetables and see if you can guess S. O. Fifteen kinds before you look to your play clean. Here's a clue to get you started the big white ones with the holes in the middle a called Lotus roots so how have we got on at campus managed to name all fifteen kinds of vegetables yet egg heads can reward themselves with a sweet treat one of Tin House many any dessert restaurants an actual fat. We all can going somewhere else for pudding is after all a popular after new tradition in Hong Kong so let's wonder under along the street to Ching Ching Desserts and have a flick through their extensive menu staple dessert ingredients include sago mango. Tofu red-bean red being put mallow star fruit condensed milk and glutinous rice spotted anything that takes your fancy adventure seats is looking for a truly local experience. This can also head around the corner to anti sweet an order their signature jury and Tofu Dessert Tuck down sing funk streets anti sweets it is easy to spot by the cartoon lady who appears to be smiling laughing on the shops yellow and red sign edge however the smelly fruit is definitely an acquired. I taste so don't expect to fall juries charms straight away fortunately for us. The final stop went off food. Too is just the ticket for cleansing pallets. The Hong Kong Island Tap House also on sink funk street is one of the best bars in the city to sample beers by a growing number of local. Oh craft brews these include young master. Yardley brothers black-eyed Kylo and Moon Zen at first you may well feel spoke for choice but with almost forty types of beer on tap so why not order the tap house be a flight to begin with six is one hundred sixty eight Hong Kong dollars offer that we definitely recommend you try Yadi brothers Hong Kong busted an award-winning Ikea that is brewed with sweet melon apricot and licorice alongside those strong flavors it also pack strong punch at seven point two percent. AB feeding suit refreshed leave the tap house and find your way back to electric road from that continue heading West Towards Tin Hau MTA station. It's one straight road and the entrance is directly in front of you before before heading back into central nip around the Corner Tin Hau temple road take a seat in a tin. Hau Temple Garden and try to remember where this whole story began
"fujita" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"So we were like super busy with Wilson the walls, and like I was pushing long hours, and my commute was already two hours each way. So San Jose, California to San Francisco bike to the culturing station. Take the train an hour an hour and back door to door was always two hours. So it was pretty rough time commuting mice. And of course, the traffic in San Francisco is pretty dangerous for bikers, but as a bike you have to be super confident you can't be scared if you're scared, then more things happen. So I would just if I go on I take up the full lane and just ride faster than the cars. And then I'll be fine. So I'm pretty confident biker. So I would just ride my bike through San Francisco night bike messenger. So basically late night. Tuesday night. Actually, I said bye to my co workers. And the case you tomorrow, I hope my bike ride my same route towards the train station. And then there's like the section and some Francisco second street where goes downhill, and I was like totally fine hours like on my bike lane. And you know, when when you're I don't know if you guys spike, but if you biking Danja zone, it's almost like your buffering head. So you see everything kind of in slow motion. And you you see where that that pedestrian is going to be in the next second where this car is going to be. So you feel kind of in the matrix. Right. So I felt like I had my massive plan figured out. So I always have an escape plan move. Something happens. I do this. If something happens, I do this. And what I didn't until is that doors can open also from the traffic side. So I was on my bike. Lane. And there was parked cars on my right side. And there was a sufi stopping in traffic. So he just slowed down at the red light stopped. And I will say, yeah, he just stopped in traffic side kind of ignored him. And all of a sudden a door just opens wide open. Right. So in that second, I'm like looking at the gap between the door and depart cars, and I'm not gonna I'm not gonna fit, but there's a door in front of me, if I hit the door, I might break my neck, so, but I'm not gonna fit and I'm gonna screw it. I'm going to go for the gaffes. So I steer to what's the gap. But got stuck with my finger between door and head of our of my bike. And I don't know what happened after but the next moment, I was on the ground. I looked in my hand. And my the first joined my finger was basically pointing down at like ninety degrees. And I luckily I had gloves on because the gloves kind of night prevent. Missing the gore, right? I saw that was coming out. And I knew that my finger broken. But I did not see how bad it really was. And I was screaming immobilized. Basically, I got an take into Yar they cut open, my gloves. And that's the first time. I saw the wound and all of a sudden. Excruciating pain. Can you give me pain medicine payment? And they said we already gave you morphine. But it looks like we have to inject you some stuff. Right. So they injected I could breathe finally..
"fujita" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"When story studio shuttered stores in two thousand seventeen we decided dyke quill, Ken. Why you know, we have to do something about this and revisiting join forces because we call each other left brain and right brain quill on the right brain will and creative right now, creative and his technical. But we call each other actually think I'm the right brain of quilt with a little bit left brain and his friend of crew with a little bit of right brain. Because he's also an artist this. Well, he can paint and he can create art with numbers coats ARD. So he gives me credit. Also, hey, girl, you're actually fairly technical too. Because the understand my language someone right? So we have both brains a little bit, you know. And then we join forces and found in Yuba plays for quill at Facebook headquarters, and since then we hit the ground and started running employees flee. Up that much. How did you get it away? Oculus own. Did I assume because you created it while? While there. I got a story. You guys got here. Because there's something I know personally about a Goro. And I think it's about this time period. When I first met Goro in the Philippines. He had a bandage on his hand. And he and we're like, oh, man. I wonder what happened and e set about what was it three or four days before that? You've lost your finger. Tells us this this crazy story about what what really was probably the worst day of his life ended up to be one of the most life changing moments. Tell that story. Yeah..
"fujita" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"And also go to his brick and mortar to in Torrance, you won't mind that a bit off the air played it had right on over to the towards site and go check out Stewart edgy books dot com. I love that Tom. Wow. Nice. Go on out. So back to grow. Yeah. So I go back to go back to get to talk to them a little bit, man. You're just super inspiring to me. And I I'm I'm both jealous and in love with you at the same time. He's got a big big man crush on set when I met you when I met you at CTN is that you were like so excited about what you were doing. And you wanted to everybody to see it. And and you dragged us over there, Tony, and I and in a good way we wanted to go. But but just seeing your excitement for what you were creating and I see it on your Instagram to like every time you put something up. I can feel it in your words that you've type that you're excited about what this new thing is if feels like every little short piece animation that you do too is like a test on something new that you haven't done before. Absolutely. So go check out his Instagram. Guys. You're going to love it. You have a ton of followers on on YouTube and Facebook is huge from trying to catch up. Yeah. Okay. Good luck. Keep trying pork in that. But I mean, it sounds like what I love that our audience is hearing your story because as artists we all live in this where you're like. I think he did it with your public speaking. I, but then, of course, everything every other goal in your life. It sounds like what you do. Is you go I'm afraid of that? I'm going to jump in really hard, and I'm going to defeat that. A lot of people that do that it opened up a lot of that. I could not think of for example, at DreamWorks when I felt that way when I started feeling jaded. I was like I have to do something about it. And I was like asking if I can actually do affect physicians in after facs if I can use my previous and stuff like that. Because I had all the knowledge from my past Nive as an animator. And then they're like, yes, sure. Go ahead. So I started doing visited in animated forms that turned into actually creating final assets. For penguins of Madagascar were really they have a lot of. It's like a spy movie kind of thing. Right. So I don't know if you guys seen penguins, but they have a lot of LCD displace and stuff like that and all of the motion graphics. They have were animated and done by me. And that was the first time where DreamWorks actually artists delivered final assets that were actually used in a movie, and it only came in only became possible because I started doing those visualizations off affects and stuff for the department in animated form. And then my production was asking, hey, can you actually do the displays to decide I think so so I started doing this which net to me designing then credits for penguins, meta Goss car, right? So I ended up presenting it to the director like an idea and a concept of the end credits, titled design and talk to build a mask. Back in the days. And then they were like, okay, let's do it. And then they gave me like a month and a half to really create animation for the end credits in stale. Right. So it was like first of all was end credits for DreamWorks movie. I was like this is this is crazy..
"fujita" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"I just want you guys to know what you're getting into because I'm going to jump right and worked out where they were they concerned that like to are you going to feel like when a animate, and it's going to be hard for you to be a painter known. No, not at all. You got a one not no not at all. Because I think there were just like laughing at like how like how I brought up those irrelevant things. I didn't have a school. You know? I didn't go to school for this and stuff they? We're like totally. Also front with me about it. And they're like, hey, so you will be doing properties answer would be doing also colored if you're comfortable with it. And I'm like, hey, anything I'm gonna do. Right. And then in two thousand eight I made it came in August, August fourteenth was my first day, August fought fourth actually say, and then I stayed there for seven years. Well, let I love about that story to tell my students this all the time. And I'm sure you do too is that it doesn't really matter. What school you would to deceive manner? If you go to school, if you learn a line, if you're self taught like you Goral really at the end of the day, all the matters is what you could do. But you're full yo says your potential is. And that's what people react to the studios. And that's what they reacted to with you. They're like, dude this guy could do, you know, he's an animator can do all this great color stuff. He's a paid or at the end of the day. They're like, oh, yeah. We could use Goro we'll find places for you. And. Thankful you have this. They're gonna have a hard time slowing down. That's what this. That's what you're starting to hear. I think of this podcast is that girls. The kind of guy hugely prolific mean, I've never met anybody prolific as Goro to tell you the truth. And that that painting day story is just an example that but now he's doing quilts stations day and all this other stuff too. He's into everything, and he's just not afraid where did that come from gore? Where did that like just have no fear of technology jumping into do things and opportunities where come from for you? I think they're also thing that I did not like about me. And it was like always pushing my brother forward when we have guests and stuff, I didn't wanna talk because I was too shy. And I would always let my brother talk and stuff like that. And and then when I started school, and I became more independent where he was gone. He left to Japan and studied over there. I was always scared off presenting like if we enjoy I feel. Like in the school system. You end the US. You learn how to speak at an early age and Germany. That's that's not common. You don't just speak in front of people. You know, when you're a kid, but so I wasn't used to that stuff. But I wanted to be better presenting I knew that that's going to benefit me in the future. And when when me and my friends didn't like a short films and school, and we created some noise, and then little TV and TV channels would come to our school to interview us, and they would ask me. Hey, girl. Can you give an interview? And then one part of my brain is starting to no don't do it. But then I'm like, yes, I'm going to do it. You know? So it was a conscious decision. I'm going to say yes before my brain can even intervene, and then I get really scared. What if I mess up, whatever? And then I do it. And it's not that bad. And then I do it again. It's not that bad and. Stress became more of a friend where distress turned into excitement. So when I present now, I do get still like, I do get adrenaline. I start shaking and stuff. But it feels good. It's it's more. Like, it's like a rocket is about to launch..
"fujita" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"So they'll else for me still the path. And then they took me for art. And then I remember in my interview, you have to imagine for somebody like me being in Germany getting to DreamWorks from there is a big deal. That was something. Yeah. To me unreachable was like that's something that cannot happen. Maybe I have like I have big dreams, But you know? you know, the possibility that that happens fairly small because you have to basically beat everyone who is applying locally, right? Yeah. So actually, well it especially back then to have been really hard because this is before a lot of social media. A lot of absolute or seed other artists in foreign countries online really fallen in love with their work and nowadays, people are getting jobs all over the place because Tony he was on blood. I was gonna ask you was was the blog artful back then because I remember you telling me the story go where you did what you call the payday today. That's usually got good fast paid was that pre DreamWorks. And did they did people DreamWorks know about your painting the day up? I don't think they knew a lot about that. I feel like because things didn't go prior own back. Then right. I was still before YouTube, and when I had the blogger. Oppose out of large hoping that they will come into mind Johndroe, plus each and to like POSCO compu- on and and and you know, it's funny because they all my friends now. But I hope I go to come in from him. You know, so I hope they link me John Navarre is one of the blogs that I linger around quite a bit and she's like the nicest guy, right? And I'll he is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it was I don't think they knew much about it. But what I did is thanked. So I did those day depending started them in two thousand four. When I was still at school to just learn how to paint and the key was the trigger. Actually was what triggered me was Steven Stefan German. He was the guy who was showing me how to pain digitally, and I remember doing my first pending on what say, hey, you have to teach me how to paint and stuff and can you look at my stuff? He looks at it and his. Whoa. Okay. Do you do on on his critiques? You know, and I'm not hitting bringing ring it. I wanna learn and say well fact this night, I don't even know where to start because you're doing pretty much everything wrong. Like, he'll say this. This known light everything is dispatched, rated you know, your composition off. And not. I mean knowledge is basically non-existent, you know, and he was basically ripping it. Yeah. I'm gonna have friends like that. I wanna say mandated that hurts. But then I took it in. I'm like, I can just fight him. And so no, it's not or I just accept it and get to work, right? So you're right and some well, what do you want me to do? What do I have to do? And he says you have to learn fundamentals gets town work, but off, you know, study. So I did Dany paintings phone reference images mostly sometimes from life and started doing thirty minute paintings and the deal about the thirty minutes was the way he taught me is that thirty minutes doesn't give you enough time to hide your mistakes and the goal is to expose your mistakes..
"fujita" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Would it comes to to DNA mation, especially if you what that kind of bit map quality, Tom? I know I love I love a good bit map. But instead of a vector based system it's a bit map system, which gives you a lot more of a pencil and paper kind of feel when you go by that with our other sponsor, Tom. That's the walk him at syntech walk them. We we they've given us a lot of great equipment recently. So that we could test it out like one one is the new sixteen inch walk them. It's their lowest price walk them. They've ev. Had for what is it about five? Fifty think it is or six fifty six fifty six fifty. It's excellent. It's an excellent piece of equipment, and I have a review that I'm posting. Hopefully by the time this comes out. It will have already come out. Not only I'm sure whack-a-mole have it on their page. But will also have it on my page. Antonio you've already posted a review of it. But we've also got thirty two inch cente- and with those the thirty two inches. We're going to make an animated short. So we're gonna combined both those people the walk them and TV paint and create a tutti animated short film just in time. Hopefully for may in may, that's when we're trying to finish. It is going to be awesome. If it we just gotta finish it. We just gotta do it at finish it. And it'll be awesome. Share it. What the world really excited about it too D And all this. If all those things come together, especially the finishing part. I'm going to be so so happy. Hey, I gotta tell you. We have really spell special guest tonight. Good buddy of mine kind of joke is that I have with with our guests is that. I only see him in foreign territories. I usually have to have a passport to to see this guy. It seems like we can never just up into each other at a Starbucks. Starbucks Burbank or anything, I'm usually somewhere. Foreign I've literally gone to conferences like in. Philippines, and Mexico and wick Sukur we've done speaking engagements together, and I always bump into but with us today is a big player over at Facebook in the in the world of VR really on the cutting edge of virtual reality software. You know, the guy that is a co creator of quill, and hopefully that's something that people have heard of. But you will be here about it tonight. That's for sure because we're gonna be talking about quilts miraculous. New software that Facebook spin developing with argued buddy Goro Fujita Fujita. Gora Fujita's von that was a long wind up. But he threw the pitch. Finally, so. Breath. Now, just for the listeners before we get into Gora we are going to do our sponsorship game. And so we're praying that we don't forget the game part of it until the very end supposedly we will drop in sponsorships of two or other sponsors playing off of what you just said Goro or what Tony just said. We'll we'll try and work that in. I have to remind you guys. Wrapping up. Yes. Sponsors. Thanks for joining us at no joke. Right. I mean, I we've got to each other foreign territories more the we have on US. Territories. It's totally funny heads, it's strange, right? And it's far away to it's like Philippines, cutting the first time, we met was the Philippines that it was with our good buddy, armone Serano and puts on a thing of the Philippines icon Manila. Yeah. Bill you'd probably see that on Facebook. If you guys follow our mind, he does it every year, and he gets really great gas..
"fujita" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Well, I'll tell you one thing. You know, we in the weather. Profession. All of us are great at conceptualizing how nature's putting our weather together. We have to do that in order to be able to forecast it. So in in terms of my television presentations, I always was frustrated by the plexiglas boards and the magnetic the blinking highs and lows. You know, which constituted a weather show years ago. I thought this so much more in this story to put a cross. So we were among the first stations in this market to computerize our weather graphics, I always felt that was the way to go as well as accessing the amazing satellite imagery and putting this across. We've been excited to put the model data that all of us in meteorology in broadcast meteorology can put across and share with our viewers today in terms of the newspaper weather page. I was always frustrated at how poor a lot of these weather pages were. They've improved a great deal since then, but I always thought. What the Tribune weather page would be a success. If it was hanging on the wall of the classrooms around the area, and if we could use not only the page is a means to communicate tomorrow's weather in the weather and the, you know the days ahead but also to educate somehow. So we incorporate a little vignette every day which tries to describe how and conceptualized graphically how the weather's going to be put together. I always thought that Dr Ted Fujita and his ability to visualize tornadoes and micro Burson down person on the work he did over the years, you go through his catalog of papers and and the visuals he produced..
"fujita" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"And traffic and weather news sports KRLD, you get the idea. This is carol-lee meteorologist and Brune off with another addition of weather one zero one wind sometimes it could be our friend and sometimes it can cause tremendous damage, whether it's accompanied in a large tornado straight line winds or a gentle breeze when you're enjoying time with your family on a nice sunny day here across North, Texas, but would high winds occur here costs North, Texas or usually during a thunderstorm or a strong weather system when Windsor sustained at forty to fifty miles per hour is slated wind damage is possible but widespread significant wind damage can occur with higher. Wind speeds, of course, like tornadoes, but also during strong thunderstorms straight line winds, you know, these could exceed one hundred miles per hour. These high winds can blow objects around it poses significant threat to your safety. Get don't be caught outdoors into severe thunderstorm. We need to seek shelter immediately. When they're severe weather in North, Texas. I'll help keep you informed around the clock on NewsRadio ten eighty care realty. This is carol-lee meteorologist and Rudolf with another edition of weather one zero one. So how is tornado strength rated for the most common practical way to determine the strength of a tornado. As to look at the damage it caused from the damage we can estimate. The wind speeds at enhanced Fujita scale was implemented by the national weather service at two thousand seven to rate tornadoes in a more consistent and accurate manner. The F scale takes into account. More variables in the original Fujita scale when assigning a wind speed rating to a tornado incorporating Twenty-eight damage indicators such as building type structures and trees for each day of adjudicator, their eight degrees of damage ranging from the beginning of.
"fujita" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Of week, check in, with Ryan, Fujita Johnny rotten tomatoes dot. Com talk about the new movies out Ryan Guys going well few. Out this week including the, happy, time murders getting a. Lot of gets controversial is it good Unfortunately I have to say probably not. On that one We're we're rapidly coming up on that time of year, when a, lot of the new movies coming to our let's say, generally not the ones that studios feel particularly confident about and it's just too bad that the happy time murders falls into that category because I think it had a lot of potential Melissa McCarthy started LAPD detective. In an alternate Los Angeles where humans live alongside puppets she has, to track down a serial killer. Has been murdering two former puppet, stars children's TV show and in order to do that she has a team up with a private, detective who also happens to be not only a. Puppet but also her disgraced former partner on, the force this movie. Is currently at twenty two, percent which is, really unfortunate it's directed by Brian Henson Jim Henson's son and he's. Done extensive work for, his, dad's company over the years he directed muppet Christmas. Carol and muck at Treasure Island back in the day but I think the issue that this feels, like he and the writers just got together. And, thought what if the muppet dropped bombs and did Drugs and had sex. All the time and then just sort of left it at that like there's. Really nothing more to a lot of the jokes in the movie than just that and that tends, to lose its novelty after a while so You know Peter Jackson did something like, this would meet the feebles and you know. The guys from south park Trey Parker and Matt stone did team America in a, similar vein so if the idea if if the, mere idea of puppets just being raunchy inappropriate is enough for you you might get a kick, out of this but if you're expecting anything more than. That You know something like who framed Roger rabbit which, is a, great movie you might be better off be watching that. Or even team America, yeah we were talking about it earlier this week came up for whatever reason and, somebody asked one of one of these guys, asked if I was gonna go see it I think that sounds. Like, one of those movies that if it's on, HBO in a year and. I might be having a couple of beers on a Saturday nothing. Else, to do I might watch it. Just for the hell of it but. Otherwise I'm not gonna pay eight ten bucks to go to the theater and see this yeah Yeah I mean maybe more than a couple of beers. Even.
"fujita" Discussed on Omnibus
"This research but fujita developed a tornado ranking scale the fujita scale or what we describe as f one through five in ranking tornadoes so today when you emailed me and said hey i think i'm going to do the tri state tornado and the other f fives i thought you were talking about some kind of airplane right i was like am i gonna to learn about the some slick another kind of military hardware thanks john well there is a there is a military jet called the tornado it's a british fighter plane from the fifties and and fives are also there's the northrop grumman f five i bet you didn't think i was actually going to talk to you about fighter planes but i sure will i made it come true it's like angels of mons i created my own nightmare and it came to her in real life no you cannot imagine mike lee when i learned this was going to be an actual tornado and i was not gonna have to learn about the manufacturing history they plane called the tornado so fujita yet developed this system he actually had a like a co author of the paper it's actually called the food geeta pearson scale but fujita is such a nice name and pearson is who cares and it also like like we've already stipulated if you put a hyphen in something nobody cares about the second name that's why you did not on the show to be called the ken jennings hyphen roger jaw on roderick podcast ken roderick podcast you were like it's gotta be the john rod cast man if you know if i had if i had made this the jennings roderick podcast maybe my name would actually show up in the in it tunes meta data instead of it saying i'm gonna bus with ken ellipses in one screen actually says ken jennings got thought ken jennings what a vegetarian jennings at where so so pearson got erased so now we had a fujita scale and it was very important i think to people to go back throughout the nineteenth and twentieth century and apply it to tornadoes in history to see if we could come up with the greatest tornado of all time and and it's sort of like going back and describing oscar wilde as being bipolar right it's like oh no we know this tornado asked burgers said drummond now we know why van gogh cut off his ear it's because he was suffering from borderline personality disorder we have quite a bit of the data we would need yeah there were meteorologists throughout this period people were studying the weather and observing it closely and and this was a time when the census this was very important to america and also i mean throughout the nineteenth twentieth century the census and almanacs all played a big role in how we apprehended the world farmers needed all this data sure and so there's a lot of record of tornadoes throughout the nineteenth and twentieth century so you can give it the old retroactive fujita that's right you give it the which is not a sex move the retroactive fujita does sound like a pretty good like i'm gonna get my swing out of the barn but it's universally acknowledged that the greatest tornado the largest of all the tornado greatest whatever i hit this tornado the most awesome move all tornado kissing after this tornado john happened on march eighteenth which is my daughter's birthday the day after saint patrick's day that's right whole lot hans hung over mid westerners march eighteenth nineteen twenty five a tornado begin in the state of missouri what i guess you.
"fujita" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Yes that's and the fast seventy three miles per hour that came over to two hundred nineteen miles longest path longest pass along as ration it's probably important to differentiate that that would have been the speed of its actual movement not it's wins wind speed was probably something around two hundred miles an hour yeah and the six hundred ninety five tallies hundred ninety five this was in one thousand nine hundred twenty five okay cut across missouri illinois and indiana i wasn't even oklahoma monster wonder what is path was i'd like to see how it jig jag yeah that was a monster and all of this means that and e f the scale used to return to intensity based on direct measurements of wind speeds in the region of the tornado that one is the fiction bobbing airing correct it is it is entirely based on indirect measurements actually don't have machines that can survive radar kent can no no you have to make them out of little aluminum cans remember camman haven't we all seen to so oh based on the damage done they say this is how fast the wind would have to go in order to cause this kind of damage so if you see this kind of damage then this is the winds were going physics baby so yeah that's it and the and it is now yetter in hance fujita scale this scale is updated it because they actually downgraded the speeds because they fought like it would take higher winds to to lift a house offers foundation and they realized no actually you could do slower wins so they just downgraded the speeds a little bit so that's now the f scale so e f one is what they rated the tornado in connecticut but see i don't know about that because if one is supposed to be moderate damage and then to says the damage can can cause trees to up route or break in half but we've seen that the job yeah the damage that isos looks to me like an f to what they're describing as.
"fujita" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Apparent tornado and so the winds could be fifty one hundred mile prior stronger but some of this can explain the the socalled skipping nature of tornadoes they don't really skip but not every spot gets hit one to buy one of these suction vortices so one haas can be hit the one across the street might be missed these are not very large features exactly and so you've been a very strong contributor to the peer review in scholarly literature and i think it's important for our weather geese podcast listeners to understand that because again i think some are familiar with some aspects of your career but those of us they really have sort of been around this for a while just go dig into some of the literature do go to something called google scholar and take a look at summer dr forbes scholarly work there think you'll be interesting now you mentioned the fujita scale i wanna talk about the fujita scale because i think we now use the enhanced geeta scale the es geico talk about what the fujita scale is is it a pre or post scale assessment because i think people familiar with the fat for simpson scale and hurricanes talk about what the fujita scale is how do we come up with a number and why it was changed to the enhanced scale the for geeta scale is a scale to estimate the intensity or the wind speeds of tornadoes but it's based upon the damage and it's assigned after the fact we don't really have real time measurements of the winds in the ongoing tornado once in a while we'll have a mobile operator gets close enough that it can see it but even there they're not measuring right at the rooftop level they're usually much higher so we don't have the unlike the saffirsimpson scale where we there hurricanes are big enough and we've sending aircraft we we pretty much know what the peak wind speed is we don't know that for tornadoes in real time so do do you think we need some type of real time assessment capability.
"fujita" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"The people had experienced uh i've been in in uh in that someone was omanyemen recently yes sir yep my sister this way he she's uh she's she also had the chance to spend some time in the united arab emirates and nuts when i had the chance to visit with her so the less the hello us sister saba now the last few times i wasn't dubai was due to you or you happen to be there then i visited and both word deep death depth of winter for us here in the midwest but it was relatively warrant warm and mild and people from the rest of europe or europe were visiting it was a big thing called uh shopping festival they actually literally called it shopping festival a you being near a recently um is it usual for the united arab emirates to get rain that's what the news the news was saying all week that it was uh it was uh it's usually arad leakier gbi ads so uh this is them uh the up the according to this report rain that fell in fujita at us famer to places you're familiar with and shuttle weekend can be partly attributed to nature partly to nurture according to national center for meteorologisy of clouds began amassing over the eastern part of the united arab emirates on friday the.
"fujita" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Pound intrepid on your house here's ripped up from preview far and i could in cried watching a pair by i went pierre god i we found makki actually you actually saw it through window did you try to get to a low level or was were you already in the lowest you could be i here in the lower craig i could be a brick about care eight hundred feet from are you may be arm our hacked don't know i i watch you go down the street picking up can ever in my on my god i would very very fortunate that i was not directly inner but i know i was just i was just looking this up the was called the fujita scale now an f to the winds of that tornado would be between one hundred thirteen two hundred fifty seven miles per hour that's pretty ah as pretty powerful okay the wichita falls one the 1979 call the red rally tornado outbreak was a four so was even enough oh wow the biggest don't know that that was the worst tornado in history but it was a very very bad one according to this though that is this is it gets ism f5 and f five is two hundred and sixty one up to three hundred eighteen miles per hour while i said we wanna know with all the bad weather that we had over the weekend doesn't have to be you know from this weekend that you experience any of this but were you ever really close to a lightning strike or actually really close to a tornado let us know your story our phone numbers one eight hundred two eight three one at one point five it's three eighteen.