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Fresh update on "gp" discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

02:11 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gp" discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Okay and we are back so in this next segment I wanNA talk about smartwatch, and this is an interesting week, because qualcomm has been quiet on the snapdragon wear front for a while, and when they announced the staff. Dragon, where thirty one hundred. was over a year ago now that was really not as impressive as we hoped it would be. So this is the snapdragon where forty one hundred and it is a new architecture. It reduces the manufacturing node. In size from twenty eight to twelve years. It moves the. Cores from an ancient, a seven design to a much more modern, a fifty three it. Improves the GP performance immensely it improves the clock speeds of both GP CPU by like eighty percents. It's got an improved co-processor on the snobbery where forty one hundred plus it supports native Isam. If you want, Lt can activity. This is just. This is the chip that we were hoping that thirty one hundred would be so. That's on on one side. This is going to be powering. Where West devices throughout. The rest of twenty, twenty and twenty twenty one. And then we have an imminent release of the Galaxy Watch three Samsung. This has been leaked all the hell. Wambach has been just killing it on that side, getting tons and tons of really interesting leaks on it. It's a very iterative update to the Galaxy Watch, but it's still the most popular android smartwatch. So. Let's dive into the Snapdragon Wear Jerry and talk about. Why it's impressive, and whether this will actually be the impetus for Google to get off. It's ass into something with the where West Software. I have to be honest. I don't think it's that impressive. Okay so you don't actually i..

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SpaceX launches Air Force's newest GPS satellite

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

SpaceX launches Air Force's newest GPS satellite

"Has rocketed into orbit as we hear from US radios. Wendy King Basics has watched the US Space Forces third next generation navigation satellite for the Global Positioning System. From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The Falcon nine Rocket, which is owned by Elon Musk blasted into partly cloudy skies. The lunch had been delayed for 15 minutes due to strong high altitude winds that could have knocked the rocket off course pay goes up

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Nature's Goods and Services Get Priced

60-Second Science

02:58 min | 5 d ago

Nature's Goods and Services Get Priced

"Gross Domestic Product the GDP is a simple way to describe the health of big complicated economies, and for the last century, the goal of many countries has been to make their GDP. Go Up, but concentrating only on GDP has had some downsides in growing the economy we have as an unintended consequence, destroyed parts of nature which are also important for our well-being Stephen Polaski an environmental economist at the University of Minnesota. He and his colleagues have created a new measurement, the gross ecosystem product or P. So that we actually have metrics that say. How are we doing on ecosystem management, managing nature, and not just for Nature Sake, but how is that coming back and influencing our own well-being? really G EP is trying to say what is the contribution of nature to the economy so in a parallel way to what GDP does in measuring economic performance tallying up the economic. Economic value of timber and fisheries is fairly straightforward, but other benefits of a healthy environment can be less obvious. Insects pollinate crops. Intact rivers improve water, quality and buffer downstream cities from floods, thriving ecosystems draw tourists who spend money and part of the issue here is that it is difficult to price some of these things you know. Some people even say while they're price less. What it means in practice, priceless means it has zero value in much of the calculations, zero value in the GDP, but not in the EP for example Pulaski and his colleagues calculated the figure for Qinghai a province in western China, they found that the gross ecosystem product exceeded GDP in the year two thousand and three quarters of GDP in twenty fifteen over that period GDP rose by one hundred and twenty seven percent thanks to major restoration efforts and the increasing value of water. The results are in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers focused on Ching Hai because it's one of several provinces where the Chinese government is experimenting with using GP as part of its formal decision making process for instance, GDP can help officials weigh the pros and cons of potential projects like dams, or it can be used to show whether local leaders are taking care of the environment and not just expanding the economy. GP could also serve as the basis for programs that pay residents to be good stewards of the natural resources that benefit themselves and others and Ching Hai such a program could work for water. The province is where the Yellow Yangtze and Mekong rivers originate, and their water sustained cities and farms across Asia. Polaski says their work is just a first step, and he expects EP to be refined over time, but he says we have to start somewhere. We are actually going to have a sustainable civilization than than we have to pay attention to kind of the infrastructure, basically the essential things that nature does for us and not continue to just take them for granted.

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SpaceX launches Air Force's newest GPS satellite

Steve and Ted

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

SpaceX launches Air Force's newest GPS satellite

"Try launching another rocket today, this one carrying a GPS satellite. Space X. The company owned by Elon Musk is planning to launch one of its Falcon nine rockets from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station today, and this rocket is on a contract for the US space force and will be delivering a new GPS satellites in orbit. Today's launch is the 11th this year for space six between its own launches its military contracts and its work for NASA Space. Six today is planning to recover the Falcon nine rocket and reuse it in the future. In Broward

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Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 4100 promises faster Wear OS smartwatches

Daily Tech News Show

00:17 sec | 6 d ago

Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 4100 promises faster Wear OS smartwatches

"Announced two new WAIROA s processors today, the snapdragon wear, forty, one hundred, and the always on forty one hundred plus qualcomm promises eighty five percent faster speed than the previous generation two and a half times faster, GP, you performance and faster memory I watches with. The chips will arrive in the coming

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

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"Now, it's time for the news headlines Mountain. What's first up in the news this week? No ways contact tracing APP has been suspended. So this is an APP that tracks and logs uses location and contacts from GPS and

The Rundown: Open AI API

VUX World

03:40 min | 3 weeks ago

The Rundown: Open AI API

"Yeah Open. It is an interesting company. It's taken a bit of a meandering path to where it is today. Their goal essentially as I understand, it is generally. So the idea of generally is one day perhaps if you've seen any robot, if you like ai late nineties, era or anything else. You've got a that perform pretty much any tax. That? Human can do I'm probably hers. Oil were not there or very far from there, but that is again as I understand it their goal. Is Not fortunately or unfortunately as simple as saying. Hey, we're going to build. Generally either are steps in between. Opening has released a lot of technology in the past, an open source that's things like GP, t two, which is our natural language generation, a framework, and then last week or the week before GP d three and. This is incredibly powerful stuff and the a the API that they just announced is something that allows people to do that without having to train at themselves without having to train themselves and still get the advantage. Get the benefits all the. Billions and billions of inputs that is using to train these models. So if you are building in any kind of compositional edge and Then essentially you can use this. To help you figure out what is what is the people are are actually saying based on the training data of mosses and massive amounts. A little bit. Yeah, so if they're actually doing a couple of things are though throwing the input and output handling, so they have some natural language understanding where they can tell you. Hey, you know this information is the one that the best answers your question, and that's actually why we've been working with goalie for the past few months as we are integrating it with our search, so that you can ask a question and get an answer back. Just like on Google, or you ask a question like A. How long can I leave chicken out of the fridge? And you get that box up top that just gives you the answer you know we. That's what we're doing without goal with A. But they're also doing natural language generation as well so this this stuff is pretty pretty wild when it works, and it doesn't work all the time, but went does is pretty crazy where you can essentially seed it with some information, not through training but at. At generations. And it will generate the text back for you so a few weeks back. I needed I need a fake books and a titles I needed. any title I need descriptions as well so I was able to create some of those titles automatically just by giving author name and John Mara. So for example it was able to create a self help book called Hello. You're not a terrible person. Yeah Yeah, a lot of these book titles. I had to go and confirm that they weren't actually books as like. This is This is pretty amazing and then further I was able to give it a little bit of seating for a description as well, and so these were these were ones where I worked a little bit less often, but still about fifty to sixty percent of the time it would come back with a review of the book or Synopsis Of the Book and I go. Yeah, that's probably what the book is about well. That's you could. Almost probably that's probably how you. How book might be written in future. That sounds I think all right now

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"gp" Discussed on a16z

a16z

04:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"gp" Discussed on a16z

"In one of the fundamental things in foundations of that primary care. was that experience with trust and being able to share information with that provider I think. Some of the things that have been helpful about primary care is the fact that there is that level of trust yet. That's also where things broke down because people ran to the place in the space where there were limited resources. An overwhelmed that area and there weren't the opportunities taken to use other mechanisms such as telemedicine or Telephones to communicate with people into to do that. Triaging that needed to be happened rather than people being exposed even in the doctor's office. It is the what we call low acuity sort of entry point for cared whether it's a sniffy nose or a rash, or you know something very basic. A patient can get a very quick evaluation, and not have to necessarily see a higher end specialists, or go to a hospital, or some other, more expensive and more complex of care setting, and you know essentially get their needs taken care of in the most cost effective. Effective way possible primary care was really meant to be the front door to the healthcare system. The unfortunate irony of of the current situation of primary care was already at almost a crisis level with regards to access you know your body to actually get an appointment with a primary care doctor, despite the fact that that is actually the most appropriate entry point sometimes months right? There's this a very fundamental economic fact which is. The. Most scarce resource we have in healthcare is doctors. Time doctors are extremely expensive to make in not to mention the fact that the ratio of GP's per capita globally is going down and so if they're time isn't used effectively. That's the most wasteful thing we could do in healthcare. This whole flattening the curve just in general primary care should be about flatten the. The curve it's firms really about not overwhelming resources. And how do you than if you're not trying to overwhelm resource how you prioritize those resources well, people who need care sooner should get it i..

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Man accused of PPP loan fraud cuts off GPS, disappears

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | Last month

Man accused of PPP loan fraud cuts off GPS, disappears

"Where federal authorities say in Andover businessman charged last month with fraudulently seeking hundreds of thousand dollars in stimulus money meant for small businesses struggling during the pandemic has now gone missing according to the U. S. attorney's office David Staveley has cut off his GPS monitoring device has now disappeared and there's a warrant out for his arrest the original charges on may twenty seventh also involved a man from Rhode Island they are accused of claiming they needed to pay employees of businesses affected by the virus crisis when in reality their businesses were not operating before the pandemic

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Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:22 min | Last month

Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app

"Mental health in a time of social isolation probably involves an APP from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Ali would cova. Nineteen has opened up a conversation about remote therapy but online mental health care goes way beyond talking to a therapist over video conference APP analytics companies. They downloads of mental health and wellness. Apps are up almost thirty percent since the pandemic began. These include therapy services. Yes but also meditation APPs like calm or head space so first of all do they work and second. What are the privacy regulation concerns American public media's mental health reporter Lisa? Roth took this might make Freud turnover in his grave. There's an APP where you therapy with a robot. They're also APPs to monitor the side effects of medications APPs to help with PTSD and the list goes on and on. Now that doesn't mean technology is going to put your therapist out of Business John. Taurus is a psychiatrist who runs the Division of Digital Psychiatry at Real deaconess hospital in Boston. Algorithms not gonNA decide your care but he does use technology to help. Patients keep track of things that affect their mental health. Danielson is a freelance writer in Missoula Montana who has clinical depression an APP. He's using now. Tim Rate His mood with one being the worst and ten being the best. That kind of gives me a moment to realize that. This motion isn't me. I some counts there as many as ten thousand mental health APPS. So maybe it's no surprise that the prices are all over the map from free downloads to four hundred dollars for a lifetime membership at a popular meditation APP. Adam Powell is a healthcare consultant. Who says this means? It's hard to know how much the mental health APP business is. Actually worth some of the variation has to do with how that markets defined does it include wellness APPs or just strictly mental health APPs. Can they bill to insurance or not and so on? Stephanie's was is a therapist in North Carolina who got a grant a design and out for people with eating disorders but eventually gave up because a startup was doing it faster. That got her wondering how these should be regulated. Do we think of APPS as being like FDA approved drugs and we need to make sure that they're effective before the watch them to the market and because a lot of these APPs are being developed by companies. John Taurus. The psychiatrist says he's worried about what those companies do with people's data. What have you also gave access to your. Gps So knows where you sleep at night and you gave this access to your call and text records so it knows who your friends and contacts in. Romantic relationships are drug. Companies Marketing companies and insurance companies. Might all be interested in the data. You're sharing as of your mental health. Care though maybe not in your well being. That's American public media's mental health reporter Lisa Roth the. Us Census Bureau released data this week showing that roughly a third of Americans are showing signs of clinical depression or

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The Future Of Health Care

Mentally Yours

08:38 min | Last month

The Future Of Health Care

"Odd Bjorn and welcome Swinton Yours Metro. Could he ks mental health podcast? I'm Yvette and we're doing things but at the moment because of the epidemic today. I'm chatting soup Professor Mike Combs. He's the vice chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners. We're going be fine the out about how. Gp's coping at the moment and how the health service might be affected after the epidemic We do know is I think. Definitely different general practice Evolved changed rapidly last Pepsi's accesses in a different way using technology and much more over way. But you know I think I'm despite the fact that has been changes work so it's GonNa. I'm still quite certainly where I would. Let's get to hear What's Today worked? Like how change because of the prime of it. So I think The Access to general practitioners. So we're asking patients to use the phone who use the Internet to contact us and then we're cooling back in assessing than needs and often weekly video consultations which we have helped in. We're trying to do with as as many agent requests hitting outweighs possible We're using more than one more. My Corona virus type symptoms. But we're also got the ability to save people both in the way I'd also Problems you are. A few people have been put off new ways. Contacting be found. People have adopted very quickly. Immi indicated you. I think people were the public with that. Had An amazing response and using services really appropriately and trying to keep away. She hasn't we have noticed that there was a reduction agent edgy cat activity. You know at one point. I think we're probably seeing a twenty five percent reduction of cool cozy against Over time has become slide worrying. And we're seeing fewer people they admitted to hospital for Co Coburg Related Issues Where seeing numbers referrals to Secondary Cancer Hospital Services has Jesus for example the two week. Wait referrals potential. Cancer diagnoses seems to have gone down by fifty percent. So we all worried that people have changed their behavior and it's and it's resulting Perhaps not presenting to general practice. We've probably be able to today. What about these mental health issues? Do you think people are still stiff? Hesitates to him thinking that they should getting touch that. Gps The moment useful thing. There is an element is I was talking to some colleagues From I AP and from so. That's the local psychological therapies service and also from the Somme and tell them to have reduced And I think we also you see few patients presenting with mental health issues which is again a bit of a worry. 'cause you know what we suspected that those programs have increasing due to the low kind due to the current situation so we all trying to get message out. General Practices Oakland to business. I mean we really would like to contact his a took him. Yeah definitely because I'm sure it's it's a very difficult time for lots of people for twenty two issues on that people with longtime mental health issues finding things harder at the moment but also Perhaps people who might not sit had mentally south issues before dealing with a great deal of sedans. Artie and other issues How you finding yourself that things like that. The video calls and of telephone calls with patients. I mean do you think it must be very difficult to support people especially with mental issues that way? Different I think. And we're having to adapt to that have to make the best of it and to be honest. We all able to communicate. We only see patients affected. Say is being in the same room with human connection and the definitely different I think it's okay. We're managing to have conversations and you know we do have the ability to see people and if absolutely necessary and of course We meet we have capacity to do that. We already sort of done how some people might be sort of hesitation about event the GP even if they had quite a serious issue are you. There might be some sort of Possible sort of Russians under people going to the doctor after tendon because over. That's one of the things that we have been talking about. You won't come next and I think general practice. He's starting to pass that and we want to avoid being overwhelmed and and we're starting to reach out to patients who we think might might be higher. School is situation where they might need our input so many long term condition and of course mental health is one of them. So we're thinking about well which civilian into to me to reach out to you Pets on dementia patients The pictures that practice of being at high risk for the reasons whether a history of safeguarding or perhaps domestic abuse history in the past you know building teams in the practice to then reach out and try and connect them productivity wrongly and just waiting to contact to What about GP's themselves? What kind of challenges? They face into the right mental health because it must be quite stressful time as a stressful time for all of us but it must be particularly Houghton Sosa from frontlines. Much me something where we we all. Well I think the changes in themselves and the ducks into new rated working has been one thing Obviously the risk of contracting to rotavirus yourself to play to think the meal Piccolo know patients. He's had an not a challenge. Either thing that we've come across the cruces A workload in terms of our shielding patients and contacting patients cat home near the vulnerable sincere and having difficult conversations about What they want for their future K. You know whether they want to be casual. Do they want to go into? And those conversations are really difficult to the best of times when you're in the face to face situation but during the do them have those conversations when you're not Is a is is quite stressful. So I think we all worried about. Gp We're trying to Offer resources And support for them to take it out their own well-being James Difficult time. Well supported the out there for GP's in particular. So I think we're so the the role Kanji the being a brokerage house. Educating the major stake goes energy I think in a strong to encourage don't healthcare professionals just to think about themselves focus on their law style to take because die The sleep access always make sure they could social connection and try to avoid an unhealthy way the de de-stressing. That's really important will also Kim giving advice they can do. We're is in that practices to support each other and again. I think that there's a lot of evidence that that sort of support from your team has a huge benefit but we're also the people to resources the NHL has has a website people and don't UK whether fifty fleet apps not help tweak and managing stress. Mindfulness we'd worry anxiety to leak. Think they've been really. Well used an on on top of that the helpline album on mountains. That's seven days a week. I'd also bereavement support line Which I think is getting at both getting really take

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A VerySpatial Podcast

A VerySpatial Podcast

06:00 min | Last month

A VerySpatial Podcast

"Hello welcome to a very special podcast. I'm Jesse I'm sue and this is frank this weekend. We're talking to Dr Scott in the Wiki who is the lead. Rnd scientists over quantum spatial Some the work he's been doing But I of course we have a lot of newses to catch up on In fact there is no way we keep up because apparently everybody decided to release a press. Release this week. Yeah everybody my dog did too. Yeah I mean it's just ridiculous so these would be selected that yes these are. These are all right. We might and do to be more alert. Dogs is not any you know we it. It was more. It was not really spatial more than a spatial type of topic for spatial. Get off my lawn. But that's another. Yeah it was. It was spatial stuff but it wouldn't really the anyway. So let's get onto the news. First UP IS LLEGADO. Fcc Quagmire continues for the hundred twenty seventh year. At least. That's what feels like all right. So here's the latest and greatest update on this whole nonsense as we've been reporting last couple episodes. Fcc said Yep it's great go forward with it whole lot of people have come out of the woodwork. To Go on Jack it is not okay. Do not go forward. And there's been a formal petitions against the FCC to reverse decision to allow llegado to go forward this is based upon blocking the GPS. Now it's going to be the normal people you would expect the airline pilots association who have a big interest and GPS working correctly and accurately and not having anything messing it. Up Association Equipment Manufacturers Aviation Interests The radium corporation Lockheed Martin Trimble. I mean antibody has anything to do with. Gps saying no. This is a really really bad idea but the really compelling bit here that may make the FCC think twice a hope is thirty two US senators which is over half and indifference. Bipartisan It's it's under heads. Sorry it's not it's it's a third I'm sorry A third of US senators which is when it by half ballpark. A half is is on from each party. So that's a bipartisan Thing sorry I misspoke I postseason. This is why we don't do math in front of people that's right So anyway they've come out and said no this is probably a bad idea so hopefully the FCC takes this all under advisement and reverses its. I'm going to terrible decision to allow. Continue for it. I would really like the the only way this gets really properly. Fixed is if Congress does what Congress is not probably going to do given the current crises. That's going on. Is they need to make legislation about this and that would be very clear guidance. Fcc A WHAT WOULD. It wouldn't be allowed but until then we run into the situation where the FCC can contain to make decisions and reverse decisions were versus sessions. And it's just a nightmare and in another. Us government News items this week The Department of Commerce Has Actually issued new rules for a commercial. Remote sensing satellites the Satellite Systems And in this case removing a lot of restrictions and so a lot of the the changes and it's it's They had a couple of drafts out. the current set are much more streamlined and they are lifting restrictions on not everything But especially on systems and types of data that could be sold elsewhere so outside the United States. So the argument is that others can do it then A of those restrictions are removed. There's still going to be some restrictions And they actually are setting up a tier system the full set of rules when we actually started according to I had seen published out yet but Essentially there are a lot of other obligations related. To remote sensing is stuff that that have to be still met so Some restrictions are in place but Essentially if you've got a system that is Only producing a on enhanced data. That is the same as unenhanced. Data available from sources that don't have Or not under the jurisdiction of Department Congress in the US so foreign sources will be called Tier One and they're actually going to have lots of restrictions changed however there's tier two and three and that has to do with systems that don't actually have any competition necessarily outside. The United States are outside of commerce purview. Meaning they're like well. If you're still competition that that would you know hurt you then yes we could still regulate you And so some of the questions that came up with things. Sar Data Nighttime data I think certain types of infrared in and stuff that had been heavily restricted. And the other thing that's going to change is how long the restrictions when there are restrictions a can go for which I guess you The original two thousand six Regulations had Basically just said they stay until new regulations are legislation. Come along. I think the new set of rules actually has a time period. I think two to three years. Something like that where potential they can review those So if you want the full text sort of the full details There's a couple of links the show nuts to one of the articles that discuss this But I mean you know. There was a lot of excitement Around when this was announced but The full rule set still has some things that will restrict. It's not it's not. Let the wild west of by any means but A lot of that restriction that that was there at least for existing systems and systems that do sort of traditional stuff is now going to be a little bit easier to deal with.

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Rajeev Ram on winning the 2020 Australian Open

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:59 min | Last month

Rajeev Ram on winning the 2020 Australian Open

"Right welcomes tennis. Dot Com podcast. I'm one of your enough pantic joined in this episode by Irena Falconi my co host. Hey guys how's it going and our special guests regime rammer GPS? Thank you for joining us. Your happy to be here all right. Let's get started with one of our favorite questions these days. What is your Corentin life like? Where are you what the days look like? Yeah it's pretty It's pretty different. I must say from coming from someone who's played tennis as you guys know for a long time You should travelling weekly to be sitting in one place for a couple of months is a bit strange but Lucky to be northern California where the weather's really nice so I tried to get outside most days doing something You know four or five days a week of different fitness stuff in. Yeah even other days bike rides walks in whatever it may be just know. Be Outside as much as they can. Because it's it's nice to do that but it's definitely definitely different is California your home base. Has it been for awhile? I'm from Indianapolis. Which is Roy? Spend wife Attendant we also have a house in northern California parents. Both parents living in Indiana. Still so we go there bit but we spend a Lotta time here. And sort of yeah. The corn teams are basically started the day before it supposedly printed whilst which was We're out here as repack. They're actually still pack funding nuts and then this whole thing started so we've been here since then. I thought you were on the ATP council before rigid. I know I just wanted to know if maybe you have some intelligent to win. Things might come back or which tournaments are GONNA be cancelled next or any kind of inside info. No not really I. I basically here things when everybody else here on we get you know mass emails saying you know towards cancel up until this date and the last one I think was just the cancellation of mold in the whole grasscourt season and all that I learned about the French Open moving date on social media which maybe is what most people learn about it on. I have no idea but now to be honest It's just You know we kind of for me. Just wait to see when the next message comes to see a dip point. You know how much longer the tour officially cancelled. But I think everyone was feeling like kids. You know it's going to be hard to to play even in the middle of July at this point. Have you been hitting like at all? I know I've spoken to a few players and some of the top ten girls and they just haven't hit a ball since you know this whole thing started and I'm just curious you know. Have you even like done fitness cover? You like keeping in shape yeah. Tennis is obviously tough. Haven't played too much There's a there's one guy with private court. That yachting no from suppose to be doing it or not but they are the couple of times have been up to hit some balls but that fitness I Have a few things at home like I said. The weather is really nice room in the in the back of the House here that you know I can do some things. So it's been a bit Makeshift let's say I have a trainer that I got to know before this started. She actually has some equipment of our own so like we have a deal that we do where she actually brings it over some of the days I clean it a use. It bring it back to her car. She likes days six feet away from me. The whole time like tells me to do. Yoga gives runs with your program. Bring BACK TO HER CAR. She cleans it put it back puts it back in the car and we go from there I'm not even sure you know we try to be a safe as possible. But that's really it for all that you know I have a bike here. That like a like a an actual bike. That has never gotten more use to try to be on a couple times a week. You know riding around but yeah. That's pretty much it. I feel like you know a lot of the other restrictions are gonNA loosen up well before we start playing tennis again. So I'm not really worried about. I think we'll have plenty of time to practice and all that for Beating again I was actually talking with Jamie about this Yesterday about how many different things are going to change? Once we go back on court. Because I'm sure you've heard that there's actual like tournament play. That's happening here in Saddlebrook. There's an event I thing happening in California in Germany. There's a few spots that are conducting almost like a tennis experiment and You know one of the things that she told me was that the ball's actually have initials on them. And only you can only use the balls and you can only serve with the that. Have your initials on them? And we were discussing. You know when we actually get back on tour you know. Is there going to be a air? Hi Five like are you gonNA shake hands like? Is there gonNA be any interaction whatsoever like when it's new balls? How are you going to get those balls like the him yourself? Like there's just GonNa be so many different changes. Yeah I think that's in every walk of life to the honest. It's not just tennis. I mean like maybe. It's going to become normal for people to wear masks in grocery stores. They have even the slightest bit of a cold or cough or something like batter having meetings this instead of actually having meetings when in person. I don't know I think there's GonNa be a ton of things that are to become way more normal than ever were before and yeah in our sport where you're going to have a lot of that. I think the reality of it has not thinking at all sunk in at all for me. Just can't believe that this is happening. Even though it's been over six weeks at this point but specially for you had some momentum crazy momentum going before all this you want me. Austrailia your first. Men's doubles title with Joe. You're up career number five in doubles. I mean things are going swimmingly Say what was your start at. Twenty twenty like did you. Did you feel different going into this? John Open because I know you would up instagram caption saying something like fifty eight time is the charm else going for you. Differently is in Melbourne. Well I I actually didn't even know that so apparently fifty Grand Slam which is a record if you WANNA call it that before would actually win one. But I mean that's a little bit different because I've played a lot of the majors in doubles while it was still focusing on singles. I didn't really felt like it in those times. I was necessarily contender to win. One was just sort of playing because my ranking was high enough to get in but I was not. I wasn't good enough just to win it because I need to actually work on you know. Focus on doubles practicing. Better of a wanted to contend only started doing that last three years I would say but I really felt like we were in the situation in position to compete. Compete for Major. Rarely probably at the US Open last year. I felt like our level of gotten to the point where we're playing good matches time and time again At a level that I felt like was was some of the best in the world so I felt like we really turned the corner. You know last fall in meeting. We had a good season altogether. But really at the back. Half of last year's felt like to play. You know that a slightly higher level so I'm not gonNA say I was. You know I was expecting to win yesterday open but I guess I wasn't surprised so much because I felt like we were that we were at that point for a little while. Now you know

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The Pentagon wants to squash this 5G upstart

The 3:59

04:35 min | Last month

The Pentagon wants to squash this 5G upstart

"You've got a fascinating tale here. A company that has faced a decades long battle to build this alternative wireless network told me a little bit about Llegado. Yes so Llegado is like a company of different name. It had a previous name before. But it's it basically is a company that is trying to build a five G. Network using spectrum that it already owns. That's really earmarked for satellite. So they WANNA use kind of like a meld their satellite network and build a terrestrial networks so that they can provide five G. services to big industrial types of companies like like the railway system. Or something like that to be able to to really get like banned capability out to places where you can't reach and then to really use Sort of like smart devices To to be able to connect to that network. There's a lot of hype a lot of interest in five years. So it's it's a little surprising that like one arm of the government is so up in arms against it and this is the Defense Department Why why are they so against Lagaras plan? So the reason why is the spectrum that Llegado is using is what's called the L. Band and that encompasses GPS spectrum so they the spectrum that they are proposing to use for their terrestrial network is literally right next to the GPS spectrum that That the Defense Department uses in really. Everybody uses So they're the Defense Department is saying that that they are worried about interference and that this would be a big problem for their applications right so the FCC has gone ahead at prove this And I know. Llegado has some some Backers rent but wh where are we right now with the SEC with the SEC approving this defense department has sort of wrapped up its opposition? So so where exactly are way? Are we in this in this battle? Yeah so I just want to step back real quick for a second and give you a little bit of history here so this the spectrum llegado dot is using is is next to to. Gps right and so that has been the issue that has really Been a problem for this company and its multiple incarnations over the last two decades right because a lot of folks who use. Gps have been worried about this interference. And there's been tons of back and forth for years and lots of studies done about the interference and so the company says it really cleared all that up But then the Defense Department is now saying like well. We're just not quite sure and we still think this is is a problem so you know after all these years of looking at this issue the FCC in April Decided to go ahead and grant permission for the company to repurpose it spectrum so they unanimously decided that like and looked at all the studies and said we think the interference issues have been taken care of and and we think this company can go forward whereas the Pentagon is saying but wait a minute. Wait a minute. We think that they're still an issue. So so right now. It's approved but the Pentagon is Is Raising questions. And they've gone to Congress to say you know if the FCC isn't going to revisit this issue we want you to do something. That's good point trying to figure out like what happens. Now since he has to has proved technically Llegado can go forward with this but what what steps does does it take. Congress to of step in and halt this process for this to happen really. What if the Defense Department wants to be successful? How does it actually go about stopping this move right so the FCC is really in charge of commercial spectrum use Annan government spectrum uses under a different agency MTA and so they said what the Defense Department is doing right now is they're appealing to? Ntia to ask them to convince the FCC to change his mind but pretty much. Everybody is in agreement that it would be very unlikely for the FCC to go back on. Its decision especially since it was this big unanimous decision in. They've studied the issue for so long

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Utah declines Apple-Google exposure notification API for app made by social media startup

Mac OS Ken

01:29 min | Last month

Utah declines Apple-Google exposure notification API for app made by social media startup

"Back in the US we buzzed. By the Beehive State. Another piece from Apple Insider says Utah has declined the Apple Google API opting instead for an APP of its own well in that built by one t the company that the report says is known for an APP that lets young people meet up in person. I hate when people say let that sink in but let that sink in Utah. Zab called healthy together. No I am not making that up relies on personally identifiable information according to apple and CIDER. Some of the data healthy together collects includes. Gps Cell Tower Location Data and Bluetooth Signal Data and also requests access to a user's phone contacts. According to national security blog law fair healthy togethers privacy policy states at this data may be shared with public health officials and a limited number of development. Staffers working at twenty. The government website for Utah says the Silicon Valley Bluetooth. Only solution provides a less accurate picture than the one healthy togethers. Using of course apple insider points out by rejecting the Apple Google. Api A. It's likely that healthy together will work less effectively in the background due to built and security restrictions in Ios

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Time

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:12 min | Last month

Time

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Crumb. I'm continuing my investigation into the concepts of time travel yesterday. I mentioned three resources. Final countdown. A movie where you can watch. Martin Sheet explained the grandfather paradox of time to Kirk Douglas. Kind of a fun movie came out in the eighties and Christopher Reeves in his movie somewhere in time takes it to a mental intellectual level kind of away from what physicists would like to think when they think of time travel and of course. There's the book by She. Wells time travel Idea that you could just go to the future. Go to the pass by pulling a switch on a machine. One of the things that happened yesterday was I mentioned the grandfather paradox of time and I gave you a place to watch Martin. She talk about this. I got a lot of emails saying why. Don't you explain it? So here goes this kind of scattered a little bit but give you an idea. Besides a physical problem time travel may also come with some unique situations a classic example. Is the grandfather paradox. Which time travel? It goes back and kills his parents or his grandfather. The major plot line terminator movies interferes in their relationship. Now think back to the future so that he has never born or as life is forever altered. That's back to future if that were to happen. Some physicists say you would not be born in one parallel universe but still born and another others say that the photons it makeup light prefer self consistency and time lies which would interfere with your evil suicidal plan. Some scientists disagree with the options mentioned above. And say time travel is impossible no matter what. Your method. The faster than light. One in particular drew derision from American Museum of Natural History astrophysicist Charles Lou that simply mathematically doesn't work you said also humans may not be able to withstand time travel at all. And that's what we're lucky nap today. Several theories time travel traveling. Nearly the speed of light would be necessary and take some kind of centrifuge. But that would be lethal. So let's go back to the beginning and say what is time while most people think of time as a constant physicist Albert Einstein showed a time is an illusion it is relative it can vary for different observers depending on your speed through space to Einstein. Time is the fourth dimension space is described as a three dimensional. Orito and we know that we have up and down forward and back left and right those who are dimensions but he talks about a fourth dimension which provides traveler with coordinates such as length width and height showing location. And then that fourth dimension provides another coordinate or direction although conventionally it only moves forward. Einstein's theory of special relativity says time slows down or speeds up depending on how fast you move relative to something else approaching the speed of light. A person inside a spaceship would age much slower than his twin at home. Also under Einstein's theory of general relativity gravity can ban time picture a four dimensional fabric. Call Space Time. When anything that has mass sits on that piece of fabric it causes a dimple or bending of space time. Let's stop and talk about this fourth dimension for a moment if you look into a Koi pond and you see the fish and they have is on either side of their head they are two dimensional creature stay left and right and they can move forward and back. There is nothing about them. There is no third dimension so if I grabbed one of the Koi and lifted about of a pond that would introduce the Koi to a third dimension so what Einstein in his speaking of this fourth dimension or call what he calls Space Time. That is something that is above us. It is literally another dimension so there you have the idea of Space Time. What that is that is that fourth dimension that's above us like the third dimension this above a Koi pond for example objects move on a curved path in that curvature of space is what we know as gravity both general and special relativity theories have been proven with GPS Satellite Technology. That has very accurate time. Pieces on board the effects of gravity as well as satellites increase speed above the earth relative to observers on the ground. Make at the UN adjustable clocks gained thirty eight microseconds a day in a sense. This effect called time. Dilation means astronauts are time travelers as they returned to earth very very slightly younger than they're identical twins that remain on the planet. One possibility could be to go faster than light which travels at one hundred and eighty six thousand two hundred and eighty two miles per second. That would be a vacuum Einstein's equations though show that an object at the speed of light would have both infinite mass and a zero of length. Go figure that s beyond me.

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AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

07:17 min | Last month

AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano

"Hello and welcome to the AI today. Podcast I'm your host Kathleen. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. Our guest today is of Alario Distefano. Who is professor of labor law at Keio Leuven Hive Alario? Thank you so much for joining us on today. Thanks so much for the action thrilled to have you. Welcome Valerio and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell us a little bit about your background and your current role especially as it relates to artificial intelligence for so professor of Labor Law the University of love and in Belgium and before debts I was some Offi several stage National Labor Office. Which is a you and specialized agency that deals with everything that concerns labor and work there. I started working on technology. Impacts on labor may be working for a number of years about platform worth in the economies and he was the first time I started to reflect on automated management platforms. Vastly use technology to manage NBC. Fine Worse for instance. They allocate us in worksheets using. Gps and you. Software to constantly monitor work by collecting for instance customer reviews on cutting out of the Latham's workers debts on a meet. That very high on this that is required to be met are for taking screen shots of people that were aligned to show their clients that they are actually working so blaffer work as being used as a pilot for management by But management by algorithms is much broader than that so my interest come from the label sides and when we talk about and management and automation and occupy. It affects the workplace. Well we see that. A loss of the debate is about the wanting of jobs. How many jobs we'RE GONNA LOSE COMMISSION WE? They're all but still my competent job or not so much on the quality side of it's our technology is gonNA impact on my every day working life out not used to write my performance discipline my work so I think an researcher I am trying to fill these gaps. San One of the ways between these by editing a special issue of a journal Competitive Labor Law and policy are now that's east about automation artificial intelligence and labor protection and especially should we gather he contribution of many labor experts. Sociology economies lawyers investor relations specialists to investigate out technology. Easings reducing the workplace The facts our worke life beyond question all losing jobs. Yeah that was a really interesting insight. Thank you so much for your input on that you know. Some employers are having their employees use wearable tools that track emotions and stress by collecting data on heartbeats and the tone of voice for example. So you say that. Most of these practices should be urgently restricted because losing one's privacy especially their internal privacy mental privacy arguably threatens one of the core elements of being human. Can you explain to us why you say this? And what data. You may have to show how it can be misused so having a system the trucks your emotions and read your facial expressions or the tone of your voice is percents agreed invasion of our private sphere impersonality so basically when these options. I'm giving a data concern my most privates. In evening we will aspects the most private People of my life my thoughts my emotions and in some cases I might not even be much aware of these emotions of deceased themselves so basically managers know more about me they night about myself and these basically economic up on stress levels in general is generates huge information asymmetry now permission cement always being there at the workplace but he's really tilting the scale on the employer side. This is why. I think this should be restricted in a way because we are experiencing something that was completed America off in the past. The facts that employers manages can read my mind now so the question is not about Audi St that are be misuse. It is the very thing collection of the data. That should be called into question using us. His answer no in my mind better and faster than I women to share busy formation with other people percent abuse so we do not need data on specific issues is practice already are issues pursuing my. You know it's interesting because data is at the heart of AI and people have been freely giving away their data for many years in exchange for free services. And I think for a while we weren't even thinking about it we were just signing up giving away information leading different companies and systems and apps that we were using track us and didn't think twice about it but what happens when the workplaces start requiring employees to use these tools that collect data on them you know such as facial recognition technology or wearable tools that are able to track a variety of different things. This is where it starts to get. Maybe a little bit more gray where we're not necessarily giving it out so freely but almost being more fired too. So what have you seen discussed around this subject with regards to laws and regulations so first of all as a lawyer? I feed the assumption that people even customers even as the mets F- truly consented to give away all. These data is percent questionable. Now when we started to get away those day that when we hey member of facebook or twitter or whatever we did we could not imagine how far reaching implications of data could be an Audi. St could use it was not a manageable of the point. And even if this was describing fine prints in thousands of pages of terms of references. Nobody haven't read those sense of Serres. Now if we want to give you becky ambulance seeker lawyer. I mean it can be enough. Yes you gave your consent to even read the fine print so bad for you but as a society any tens of policy we need also to question much consent in our bailable and valued consent loss when we start to all these away now acids from days when it comes to employment fierce. Give bits even more complicated because employment is percent. Somebody us. Fowler's augured the other party at employers in any legal system as some amount of authority over workers they can be supplying the workers. They can monitor their work. The director work so it is already unbalanced situation. And when it comes to employment because of these unbalance consent is really never to be taken for goods in the sense that most people don't have a choice whether to work or not whether to apply for a job or not whether to be subject to certain vises tools than that monitoring techniques or not so there is not each choice and therefore there is not a free

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Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

Your Brain on Facts

06:56 min | Last month

Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

"We're all going through some degree of hardship right now but most of us have family or friends in person via technology to help us through in that respect alone. We're doing a lot better than the subjects of today's episode. Take for instance Ricky McGee in two thousand and six when he stumbled in front of a pickup truck of two Australian Ranch Workers Jack Larussa the local parlance. He's deeply sun-scorched. Skin hung off skeleton. They weren't even sure they were looking at a man and not some demon of the northern outback. Things had been considerably better for McGee. Ten weeks earlier the thirty five year old was hale and hearty and had just landed a new job driving along a baron. North Australia highway. He spotted a group of stranded travelers in their vehicle on the side of the road knowing it could be a long time before anyone else came by. He let some of the men get into his car to drop them at the next town. That was the last thing he could clearly remember. He came to in the middle of the desert stripped naked and barefoot under the harsh Sun which bonus fact bombards Australia with more UV rays and other continents because of the whole meal zone layer. Mcgee had nothing not even a notion of which way to go waiting for help to find him seemed fruitless so he began to walk each morning. He told himself today was the day today. He would see a house or town. At least erode he could follow each day ended the same as the day before there was one ameliorating factor in his situation. The rainy season had just ended and there was water to be found. He found a decent size waterhole and began to try to make shelter one week had ticked by before food in the form of a lizard crossed. Mcgee's path he was able to catch and kill it with his bare hands. Laying the meat out in the sun to dry McGee's diet was made up of anything that walked crawled or slithered past him lizards snakes grasshoppers bugs and even leeches after his ordeal. Mcgee said that the Leeches weren't bad but you had to eat them quickly otherwise they'd attached to the inside of your mouth. He also eight any plant that passed a taste test which is not strictly speaking the best way to find non poisonous plants but he got lucky. His Diet was diverse. But not plentiful calories were thin on the ground no pun intended dingoes have begun prowling around trying to decide if he was meet yet starving weakening and beginning to despair mcghie fashioned across for the top of his shelter. It seemed likely that the shelter would become his casket but he managed to stay alive when he'd been carjacked. Mcgee weighed two hundred thirty three pounds or about one hundred and five kilograms when the jackaroo found him he only weighed a hundred pounds or forty five kilograms but he was alive. He managed to keep himself going alone in the desert for seventy one days in what his rescuers described as one of the most isolated places in Australia. Mcgee was flown to the Royal Darwin Hospital where medical staff described as a but well hydrated a credit to his decision to stay at the waterhole police and the media were initially suspicious of McGee's story assuming that his previous minor drug offence must have meant he'd been up to dirty deals with dirty dealers and that's how he ended up stranded. His stolen car never turned up. Which would have helped his story. Mcgee even offered to eat a frog on live. Tv BUT THANKFULLY BUSH. Survival experts weighed in that his story was plausible. So no more frogs for Ricky. Mcgee water kept Ricky McGee alive but it was nearly the death of Jose Alvarenga a man who would probably rather not hold the record for the longest time spent adrift at Sea alone in November. Twenty Fifteen Alvarenga. And please forgive me. If at some point ISLIP and say Alvarez it's almost guaranteed to happen was getting his gear together for a thirty hour deep sea fishing trip off the coast of Costa Zule Mexico. His quarry were sharks. Marlins and sailfish expensive fish. That would hopefully give him an edge over his competition. The trip didn't get off to a promising. Start WHEN ALVAREZ. Usual partner backed out at the last minute and he took on a less experienced. Fishermen named Ezekiel Cordova that he'd never even spoken to before that day but he figured it was a short trip so everything would be OK on. November seventeenth the pair. Sit Out on a twenty four foot fiberglass. Gif small was boats go with fishing gear a radio an enormous cooler. That would soon be almost overloaded with fish just a few hours into their journey though a storm world and it stayed for five days. They had to dump their catch to lighten the boat. So it'd be more maneuverable. Alvarenga tried to steer the boat back to shore but he couldn't see where the shore was in the pounding rain and the little ship didn't have. Gps when the storm finally cleared the men found that the motor was gone as was most of the fishing here and the electronics were all badly damaged unlike the passengers of the SS minnow. Who took all of their belongings on a three hour cruise Alvarenga and Cordova had only a day's worth of food and water. There was enough charge in the backup battery of the two way radio for Ranga to get a mayday message out. But he couldn't tell us potential rescuers where he was because he simply didn't know what part of the seemingly endless Pacific Ocean they were in the search teams had tried to look for them but the rain had made it impossible. There was no way to know how long they would be out there. So the men turned to the sea for survival. Alvarenga was able to catch fish turtles and seabirds with his bare hands. Though Cordova was basically useless. In those efforts the turtles were lucky. Catch their meat is actually rich in vitamin C. Which prevented the men from developing scurvy? They collected rainwater when there was rain to collect but otherwise had to hydrate themselves with a mixture of turtle blood and urine there. You're in the sun rose and set dozens of times but the flat horizon of the ocean remained. Unbroken

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Dallas - Wylie HS Principal Visits Every Graduating Senior

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

05:07 min | 2 months ago

Dallas - Wylie HS Principal Visits Every Graduating Senior

"Now educators across North Texas and the nation are going above and beyond these days trying to make things special for their students especially graduating seniors but in one or Texas school of principle is really going all out Miley high school principal Verity Montgomery joins us live now to talk about his visits to every single senior Verity thanks for joining us here on the Carol the news line how many seniors will that in total thank you thank you for having me on we had a six hundred and twelve seniors what that is incredible what made you decide to do this mmhm principal this is something you talk about going above and beyond well the the it was just one of those things that happened here was a we're a very traditional aid school and and we get to the point you know you when I first went to court Jane it was bad as it was the one that we didn't get to go with seven days to go back may may the fourth and we were gonna do this may the fourth be with you saying address Star Wars and do all this stuff but then it did happen and we got to look at it made all the things there are senior traditionally get the very latest we're gonna get to do any of the senior walk in with the way our huge thing with our senior walking capping downs and visiting elementary schools and here's one thing after another and it just manages hit me like a load of bricks these kids of seeing others senior classes go before them and not get to do this I said we we were doing some things form scoreboard bad joke Danvers and yard signs in their yard things like they're just trying to make is good form as it could but couldn't think of anything we even have a featured laid out that was really cool we thought it was a class of twenty twenties school division but we didn't see this coming and and values are what else can I do in there and I thought the thing across the man was was I want to call a senior meeting and you know talk to but you can't do that when you're in court things are so inexpensive things go to them so that's what we said we do we just my wife and I just got the car but my secretary mapped out the route for me as best she could seventeen pages worth of a well defined and we we figure out you know and I love that you have such a great sense of humor you you just mentioned that twenty twenty vision you know the upon with the may for the fourth be with you I love it and you are a guy who appreciates a good pun so what was it that you did when you actually visited the students well I have this lame joke that I was going to do it you know you have to have some uses the cell walk up to the door your argument already wearing a pirate masking and I knock on the door and I tell him that does business everything is really not happy while in high school now because you all are there and it's really unhappy but one of these days we're gonna snicker about it and I'll give my one of those little snickers candy bar for the day at the lame joke but I delivered at six hundred times the she missed my family heart yes seriously so when you're knocking at the door and they see the principal is out the door where the kids saying are we going are we in trouble right well I have a pretty unique relationship with them anyway I dress up a lot and things like that so they would expect but I didn't it wasn't a surprise that I made your body knew it I would post what streets I was going to be on that day and then and that alone was motivation to get me doing it for for thirty forty three so there for the day you know you had to finish it so users get after it so I knew I was going but this but some of you know they they look on their face was priceless and and this is very very rewarding for me and I told him it was more for me than them because I I thought I needed to do something for them and I I couldn't think of anything is that you can do FOR six hundred people you know we are so blessed to have principles just you know teachers administrators that care for our students and our communities like you do what a special opportunity to take it upon yourself and your wife what did she think about all this because you kind of tag along to tagalongs she was like the nuts and bolts of this thing when I first told we're going to do it she just did what he normally does that have an idea as you roll their eyes at me and just after thank you yeah I was gonna do it by myself but she would have nothing with it so she navigated she drove and she was always grandmother with a GPS from the from the quickest route and let it gets got yeah it's a lot harder than it looks you drive by you see a street is that well that's all well and good but then it will be a few minutes later you're right back here at this end right where you were just a minute ago you know so that's awesome I'm covering I remember I remember when you went down to help out the other pirates that we're dealing with a hurricane Harvey in this once again just shows what you guys do there thank you so much for your time our our pleasure I thank you for having me on thank you bye bye that's very Montgomery from Wylie high school

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New Data on Killer House Cats

60-Second Science

03:08 min | 2 months ago

New Data on Killer House Cats

"Domestic cats. That live or go outside. Kill lots of wild animals. Recent studies find that outdoor cats in North America takeout between ten and thirty billion birds and mammals each year still. It hasn't been clear. What kind of impact? The world's six hundred million pet cats have on wildlife populations and whether that impact poses a threat about diversity conservation. Anyone who has had sees her cats bring animals home and the question is well. Does it matter and especially we wanted to know. Where are the cats actually honey? Are they hunting in their backyards or are they going out into the nature preserves North Carolina State University zoologist role in case together with colleagues in the UK? Australia and New Zealand KS distributed small. Gps trackers to citizen scientists cat owners. They attach the trackers to their cats collars in all more than nine hundred pet. Cats were tracked this way. All of which were routinely allowed to roam freely outside. Some cats were true explorers. One British cat called Max walked almost two kilometers back and forth along a road between two neighboring villages twice but the majority were homebodies. Rarely straying more than a hundred meters from home in other words. They use their own backyards. Plus those of a few years as their hunting grounds the findings are in the journal. Animal conservation a single pet. Cat doesn't kill as many animals as a wildcat does to survive but the pets impact happens in a much smaller area so in a given area say one hundred square meters pet cats killed between two and ten times as many other animals as do similarly sized wild predators. We're able to put this into kind of a currency into a value of how many animals how many prey animals does a pet cat kill per hectare Area per year? And that's something that we can also estimate for wild predators so we were able to estimate this for a cat. A wildcat called the jungle cat which is about the same size and they killed a lot more Per Cat because they have to hunt to get everything They eat whereas the pet cats get their food bowl but they hunt over a massive area compared to the pet cats and in some places including California Florida Australia and elsewhere. Cats are an important threat to some species. That are already in trouble on one hand. It's kind of good news that the cats aren't going out further abroad but it's bad news that they're quite likely to have an impact on the animals that they share space with near their houses with so much killing concentrated around people's houses the positive impacts of urban wildlife like the beauty of songbirds or the way small lizards can control insect. Pests could get washed away in precisely the areas where those benefits most appreciated so on conservationists import cat owners to keep their pets indoors scientific evidence agrees

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"gp" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

15:46 min | 2 months ago

"gp" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Thanks very much for joining us so much. Leo's really appreciate it so we hit talk a bit about how the current of our Subatomic is acting. Gp's and how they're dealing with it. I'm what have you been seeing Pasolini? So we've had I think even if we if we go sort of pre pandemic we've had lots of different challenges with regards to overall mental health in in all patients but also Within the workforce within the front line staff and And Cetinje you know the pressure that we will Sunday has been nothing but unprecedented whilst many great things have come from the way we would come out of this from from the way we were working the way that We've all taken to remote medicine in digital medicine. I think certain things have probably helped tell mental health but I think overall The level of pressure that frontline is on is is definitely very difficult and I think there's always that element of of adrenaline that kicks in when you deal with with with elements of a pandemic where working on Libya Sort of a full stay Sure when the adrenaline was often all of this starts to settle down. We'll probably stop. See The true effect of actually what What a mental health bed and this is placed upon our workforce but It's tough it's tough and I think you know I think it's tough not only just from from from profession in terms of delivering but we all we all we all husbands. We all sons we are fathers and it adds that that pressure there as well where whilst absolutely we want the country to be in lockdown and so that we can all go and do our job safely I think. Come at the internal battles will eventually kick in so I think it will coping Is just You know I think. Um You know I'll focus is definitely more on on how we get through this and how we serve a public seven on the front line But I think satiny once things start to calm down the true effective of highway feeding will start to John Spy. We'll sort of support. Are there at the moment for health professionals in terms of them into health I think on the on the front line probably not a great deal but I think there's definitely I'm you know there are organizations. That are there to support awesome Benevolent Fund Is an organization which sets up for for this exact reason to help us. in a confidential manner as well. I think it's a very difficult thing full for us. To get off. Stigma rows of this out of this special It's a very difficult thing for us to talk about or not. And whilst we with very good in in talking about removing stigma from mental health as as as as clinicians and we definitely want this to be removed in society We do have support but it's It's it's probably not more about what support we have. It's probably more about how many people are truly accessing and And I think that's one of the challenges that would love to be sort of trying to get to the bottom of is. Is it okay for us to say that? We're not coping to say that That we're struggling. I'm so the the Benevolent Fund is there. It's an organization that is to support frontline doctors On the dentist as well I think the reality is whilst the off things. A doctor's the question is what is that full my receptionist. What is what staff What's therefore Clean that cleans my surgery. What's the what's there for the transport staff that are moving blood samples from A to B? And you know. And that's probably the bit that we start to reflect more on an think. Well it's great to say that you know you've got to lease organizations Doctors but I think we do need to think why why the NAS an how and what is available for them without necessarily I call it an. We won't necessarily special treatment but otherwise we will fall into the general population. And and that's a discussion of the. I'm sure we're going to touch on shortly. What if what are the some of the biggest challenges that frontline walk a facing at the moment in terms of them health erm? I think going back to my point of of running on adrenaline. I think when we put in these scenarios we perform really quite well when you when you put when you put an HSA stop and cast off into extreme challenges. We'll roll offs leaves and we've got very much a we've just got to do this attitude and I suppose sometimes quite rightly but I think at some Making sure that we can talk. I think in times like this. You know having groups and teams Where we can all sit and reflect a little bit and what you do come up for a little bit of Erin Go. Oh Gosh so one of the things for example what we do in also juries is we have talking sessions and we have very open reflective things about an. It's all right to say anything in this space and we call it that way with initially allowed. Say Gosh you know this was the worst day will for example today just to give you a very live example. We had them. We lost three people and this is. This is all due to Kobe. So we all getting significantly more death rights if I can if I can put it that way in our population and it does affect off staff. And you know. So what am I myself? Today was was very upset because of a patient that we've looked off. The last thirty years had passed away arguably you could say well. It was definitely before one time. It was heartbreaking to see her upset. It was heartbreaking. Obviously this patient had passed away But when we get to sit down and talk about it rather than sort of people go home and swallow it and internalize it and find the get a way to To put it out in the open to talk about things that you will thinking about especially with the other members of team because I think you know different people externalize things in different ways while she got upset. I'm upset that any of my other stuff went upset. I'm just show that they pick different. People deal with these things in different ways so having an opportunity to actually verbalize this in a pen and reflect that you know this isn't Oles Pats on the back moment for us. This is more about going. Well tell us what upset you today. Tell us what makes things difficult for you today. how can we help as well and you know obviously Employ all said we have three surgeries set in the private sector organization. has hundred. Gp's nearly nationwide in each of those people we feel responsible for and it was. I think we want to remove the Tabu from talking about it. We want to remove the Tabu to say that it is all right to be upset. It is all right to feel sadness. It is all right to to pull down that sort of what can I say? That sort of Superhero mosque. Often say you know what I am. I am struggling a little bit and I think talking is is half half I feel sometimes can be half the battle resolve. You've mentioned several times about the adrenaline. That loss of health workers will be sort of lacking on at the moment But what do you think's going to happen when that whereas often when when the epidemics over you expecting Possibly a surge in mental health issues within the medical profession. Think it probably will be. I don't think it's just the medical health profession. I think the general population itself is going to you know at the moment we We've we've put too late on things You know everyone's kind of closed off in the public has been fantastic. Our patients have really you know have taken to this change quite amazing be quite frankly and I don't think we can do this. We continue to deliver the health service that we want to deliver without a patient support and I think people are realizing that but but having said that we also have concerns about. Well where are all my on? The mental health leads to my practice. I've I spent a lot of years looking commissioning mental health upside as a board member In leading on mental health. So it's it's huge passion of mine and something that I I will advocate until my last days. Radio around how mind works and how we how we deal with things in stop a of the soul so I think it's not just us. I think the population is keeping a cap on a lot of things you know not we would just reflecting the other day that I normally run a mental health clinic every week and I'm starting where are less patients now that we've moved to this? Wyatt is speaking to them. And so I'm we've all been sort of you know crossing her around to really make sure that we provide an essential service to make show affectively people on dying which is kind of. We're at the moment You kind of forget about the sort of the other things that we were doing. You know whether that be you know. I have made a single cancer referral in the last two to two months. Now you know and I start to worry. I started to think. Well Gosh normally we make at least three or four concert referrals a month. So where are these people and we can say the same mental health? We can still say the same full of physical patients that with physical health conditions. You know we're not necessarily seeing them we all seeing them in a different manner but And this is where we have to start to understand that I get priorities. Physical Properties of life preservation have to take a control here. But I think when we come out of this I think is going to be a lot of Whether we want to label Traumatic which it is you know it's going to be element of PTSD type of scenario where we've all been through trauma Whether it be directly whether it be indirectly in sunny by the end of this guys know people that's has suffered from the effects of what's happened so and dealing with that is going to be a challenge and I think this this. This is a debate. Where we we when we start to think of what this post cove. It looked like we have to start to introduce what support we are going to give from a mental health perspective. Are we going to start to pay? the attention that we need to be paying to it from a funding perspective You know we need to start to truly get parakeets for mental health..

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14:35 min | 8 months ago

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"Remove from both Bano and And Allison Elson if that is kind of necessary for keeping everyone uneven Keel yeah. I've got some quotes here from Hamilton and Albon on that That last lap incident from autosport album on says of course he didn't mean to do it. I'm not angry. Lewis reviewing it back. Turn nine Osama in my mirrors. I thought he wasn't close enough to overtake so I didn't defend it. I went in a little bit quick anyway just to try and cover it. I saw he kind of went for it but didn't feel at the time like he committed completely. It's one of those things where you go side by side like that at an angle. It's completely blind so you kind of give space but you don't really know where he is and you just have to turn in and hope that there's no one there we tagged and that was kind of the incident to honest. Thought he wasn't going to overtake me there and that he was going to overtake me and turn one he had the pace Hamilton. Says it's always a question of when is the right time time to try it. We only had a lap to go. An opportunity came up. I was quicker through turn nine. I was in shooting distance so I gave it a shot ultimately in my mind. I'm trying to catch Max highly unlikely unlikely but that was the goal. I've got a penalty. I totally accept the blame and I was coming from behind You don't you don't ever see me do that collisions with anyone. In hindsight I could have waited to come across the line but hindsight is always a great thing and that was Brazil the race. All right. Well should we take the news then absolutely Well not a lot going on in from the one land besides. I don't think we officially confirmed drivers for next year Caveat and gasoline. We'll stay at our so or Alpha Tori as it will be called next next year and album is staying for Red Bill Hogan Berg is sounding more and more like he wants to try to pull in Esteban Okon and sit out one year and come back. I'm not sure he has the backing to do that. Who knows and it's looking more like Ah Nicholas? Latifi will move up from formula two into that spot. That Robert Kabila is vacating at Williams. Yeah just just a thing that caught my eye is Ferrari something that only the Claire to to have a meet at Furry. HQ in Maranello and it's interesting that they're trying to downplay the notion that there's anything really wrong. In their relationship between drivers you had autosport talking about Benito downplaying The degree to which the drivers are going at each other But then over at Race Fans You have Rankin and Colin Taint. Writing about basically been auto did did say that. This was a a bad mistake major consequences for the team. That shouldn't have happened. And it feels like you heard Croft and brundle will refer to the Weber that'll relationship and how reminiscent this incident was a some of their clashes and I'm inclined to agree and I think but not oh has his hands full This is this is going to be a Turkey thing to manage judge I feel I think he was really unfortunate that Up played out the way it did because I feel at I feel like with the Russian. GP He had engineered the situation where they were going to put the screws to battle really really nicely for him not for him not like towing the line but then his engine engine blew and so the message wasn't wasn't passed long Because I think with race strategy they were going to bury him and that didn't happen and so that situation Asian continued to fester where he kind of insubordinate but then everyone's sort of moves long and plays Nice and that all sort of doesn't make culpa instead and now we have this at the end of the season and it's really not a good time. Have this happened because if you have these blow ups like a few few races ago there are still enough season left to get everything back on an even Keel. Abu Dhabi is last race. It's it's it's kind of a throwaway event at this point in the air It's you know it's the it's a wrap party and I think in a lot of ways this is the sort of thing was gonna Linger now in that driver relationship and It's GonNa make for a really tricky Team management problem album next year because it goes beyond just how you manage the personalities. You may be at a situation where you are scared to have these guys next to each other on the track like -sition race position was complicated enough It gets real dicey when you Kinda don't want your driver's next to each other and you don't have to arrange one of them going past the other yeah. I forgot to run down the finishing order so to do that. Now I place Max. Verstappen second-place appear ghastly third-place Carlos Sainz in fourth. Kimmy Reichen it. We've got Antonio Juvenile in fifth place. Scott to be his best finish Danny Rick Lewis Hamilton in seventh after his five second time penalty not landowners comes home and then Sergio Perez and Danny of yet. It's the final point behind them can Magnusson George Russell in twelfth. Just I shall die of his his first points Roman Grosjean and thirteenth Alex albarn finish the race in Fourteenth Place Nico Hokum Berg in fifteenth. Because because he apparently received a place post race time penalty for overtaking under safety car conditions Robert Kitson sixteenth and then the NFC APPs federal Leclair stroll and botas driver standings Lewis Hamilton on top of course voucher. Both awesome awesome second with three fourteen mattress. TAPPIN's got to sixty Charlotte Clare with two forty nine. Sebastian federal with two thirty peer ghastly now tied with Carlos Sainz both at ninety five points in six place. Alex up got eighty four Danny Rick's got fifty four Sergio Perez in tenth place with forty. Six Norris right right behind with forty five. kimmy racking got forty three Nico Holmberg with thirty seven Danika. The at thirty five plant sterols got twenty one. Kevin Magnussen has twenty still Antonio Juvenile. He moves up the fourteen points Roman grow. John is an eighteenth place with eight points rob with one and George Russell with zero Reseda. Still on top of course. Having clinched the constructors championship with seven hundred and one points for has four hundred. Seventy Nine Red Bulls got three ninety one McLaren with one hundred and forty renos got ninety one Scuderi Toro Rosso with eighty-three very now much closer to a fifth place. Reynaud racing point has sixty seven. Alfa Romeo's got fifty seven Haas during House and team twenty eight points and Williams has one rest of the news here. The Moscow Grand Prix happened. I haven't watched the final race. I watched the qualifying race. So Oh I'm not gonna say what happened because I don't know but I will link in the show notes the the full races if in case you want to go back and watch them on demand in other racing series the World Endurance Championship rob has another team to enter in the future. Who Shows Joe is back baby? Yeah finally like it's exciting. They were they had a really good rivalry they probably they probably tried to push Audi Saudi farther than anyone else did. During out he's run of Dominance in WC and they head to bail out because one nobody was. Nobody was beating that Audi program. Audi only law like Audi only was knocked off the top when they basically got bored winning left. I don't think Toyota actually came in and beat them. Tony came in to fill the void but the issue was that entire moons prototype classes. Last we discussed was becoming too so ridiculously expensive that there was one serious entrant per year basically and then I think I think there was a rebellion racing clawing their way in there and running on a shoestring and it just wasn't it was no longer a place where you're saying really exciting dynamic competition between teams this entire shift to W. W. E. C. regulations and moving away from the prototype class to To to opening up a hyper car Series has helped bring more people into into the series. Who's your back is a sign? That strategy is succeeding right. So they'll be joining the twenty twenty two season Really want to see what those cars look like. Elsewhere in racing motor. GP We go now to Lorenzo announcing his retirement or hailer. WHO's been in the League for a long time? he's a big part of that Tremendous Motor GP documentary hitting. The APEX has not really found his footing for the last few years he went to Honda for the twenty two thousand nine season to partner Marc Marquez says who has just been cleaning up in the past years but wasn't able to get anything going. It was injured. I think maybe two thirds the way through the season. Lorenzo was so he's out Marc Marquez. Brother Alex is in so two brothers. Others will be racing together on the same team for the first time in motogp history next year. That will be fun you watch. How did you pick this year? Not much just I keep the lightest of lightest of tabs on it. It is like I find it incredibly the fun to watch but also I kind of can't watch it so it is so death defying great Let's see fantasy standings for the Brazilian Grand Prix. By the way. If you'd like to join our fantasy league you can do so With the link in the show notes we've got in fifth place. Chaz Ontai in Fourth Place Fantasy Fund number. Three your for stopping stop in my heart number two Paladin and number one for the bazillion Grand Prix White. He Eddie racing international brought to you by rich energy. I can't even. I can't even follow it anymore. Fifth place overall standings in fifth-place. Jeez Mercedes team. I'm sorry jeeze Mercedes driver team headed by Ferrari just saying your whole strategy right there in your team. Name Saint Jove acing teams fourth jacked up racing is in third number to bow to the future part three and the number one still holding down rich volt F. One energy team parentheses we heart stewards ridiculous. Some emails rob. Let's do it right. You can email shift up one podcast gmail.com or to GO TO F one DOT COM slash emails. You want to take this first one. Got One here from Anthony. Anthony writes dear friends. F One's traveling circus is basically the original version of the Bachelor Ashley Bachelorette Franchise You have twenty to thirty drivers. All vying for different versions of a similar thing race wins championship. And if one seat Assim seat but clearly divided into those that have a shot at the bachelorette bachelor or Bachelorette heart top teams. A future in the franchise best of the rest up and coming drivers responding champs and those who don't have enough self awareness to realize they actually aren't really at the dance this by the way is the email that Danny alluded to last last week and we had so many people saying like you should read that email now. We're eating the male other thoughts similarities. Crofty may be just like Chris Harrison. You guys might have a better reference. Our friends But here's some bachelor phrases that would fit Formula One. He's here for the right reasons. Lewis Hamilton Landon Doris. He's not here for the right reasons. This one Straw. Will you accept this rose. Anyone who gets a seat we need to talk ghastly demotion same as Bachelorette telling a contest tested. She's starting to see the possibility of maybe falling for them and then cutting them one hour later on national. TV The drunk guy the pool parties guideline Kimmy has actually been a drunk guy at the pool party. I am pretty sure that as one of the reasons he was sort of lightly encourage to leave for the first time around and yeah. I don't know I stopped following this as closely during that era Because I was at college I just becoming logistically impossible. I remember at one point my parents were pointing a skype web. A Webcam at their TV screen. And I was watching racist via skype. Oh Wow yeah and like so. That was that was taught. Let me tell you. But if memory serves there were stories. That like Kimmy was incredibly talented but also had a reputation for being a bit of a party animal at the time and that was he's.

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12:02 min | 10 months ago

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"Who is to the future part three and number one rich volt F. One energy team paintwork pending have you have you seen scene rich energies twitter account. That's basically just now serves to drag Haas no now uh-huh now. You're making me look this up. I wish I didn't because it's just the petty his dumb juvenile thing. They had a picture unsure of when grow John crashed into Russell. Do I find the right. Account is rich underscore energy. No yeah I know yeah just like super for pro brexit two. Oh is it doesn't surprise me. They posted a picture of that and just said oops. It's it's awful. It's awful people. If you'd like to send us some non awful emails you can do so at shift upfront podcast. Gm Dot Com got to hear one from Steve Rob. Are you a still still mesmerized by rich energies twitter account. Oh yuck apparently rich energy is the one spreading rumor that Haass's going to sell to an Saudi investment group Yes yes I was wondering where that story came from yeah and I think I think it's where I saw this. The they re tweeted autosport saying that hostile is this and then reg- energy responded saying autosport has their facts wrong or something. Just it's the most. I don't even WanNa talk about them anymore. No I really don't but at the same time now I can't look away. I now fall back down that like this is just some dudes twitter. If just a boring dudes twitter yup okay yeah all right back to the backstory are- loose scheduled emails emails yeah before we go away from Singapore here. Do you want to read this one shirt rum Steve Yeah. Hey guys love. The pod just wanted to add some info about the fires Hayes issues in Singapore just because I live in Indonesia and it's actually super fucked up thing so that Hayes in Singapore and Malaysia to is generated from fires on the islands of Sumatra and cow lamontagne Indonesia at the moment that reportedly over two thousand different hot spots and eighty percent of the fires have been deliberately who let to clear land for palm oil plantations the POM POM oil. That's contained in an absolute ton of products so everybody wants their piece of the moneymaking action before the fire started the Sierra Jakarta where I live was regularly the most polluted city in the world with air quality readings in the one eighty s but the places near rose fires have been lit are experiencing air quality readings of between three hundred six hundred which is crazy high like one hundred eighty air quality level in Singapore is a right this is awful but imagine being even even closer to where the burns are happening. Schools are having to be closed. Airports can't operate because there's too much as it's horrible is basically the quivalent of the fires that happened in the Amazon forest just on a slightly smaller but still enormous scale and who I just wanted to make sure it was cleared. This is very much a manmade issue caused by lax policing and humans being terrible people will die from respiratory issues arranged hands will die and lose a ton of habitat in the next few years this will happen on the scale again and the Indonesian government will continue to throw their hands up and be like who could have predicted. There's this while neighboring countries like Singapore and Malaysia have to suffer very problem they can do nothing about thanks to the pot and keep up the good work. Thanks Steve Steve. That sounds bad. One thing I like about Formula One is that we do sort of by virtue the fact that we're going to different places every week we do get China light a little bit on things around the world it breaks us out of our bubble speaking of which a phase I'm going with send us a note saying I was watching Buxton's post-qualifying Youtube video the Saturday during the interview with Peres they referred to quote putting trust in Bernie to come up with at workable strategy. I was quite surprised to hear that she is Bernadette. That collins racing points chief strategy engineer. I was totally unaware that there were any women even close to the top of the decision. Making hierarchy of any of these teams aside from the unique case of Claire Williams f one has tried hard in the past few years to make it less of a boys club so I'm surprised we never heard more about her. Do you know if there are any women in any position a particular authority the other women in any case. It's given me one more small reason to root for racing point down the stretch. I agree with you there. I I'm not sure I I agree if they've tried hard in the past few years to make it less of a boys club because I think you're right. I think they could do better to highlight I think really anyone else behind the scenes of of these teams I it's. I think it's something that maybe we don't get because we don't get the The Sky F one channel is essentially what it is I've heard in the UK where they do a lot of they do a lot of feature videos behind the scenes stuff. They talked to more people think that would give a much better. I would like to see Buxton because he's he's F. One Youtube producer I suppose and he's got the access. I would like to see them. Do more of that kind of stuff that sky does for that you channel. I'm just laughing here because I remember when Buxton I started popping up on the NBC they have been I think he totally missed the speed era but I think he hopped on for for. NBC and it's funny watching him having gone from being clearly somebody who wanted a lot of access but didn't necessarily have a great deal of it being someone who actually is pretty wired up with. What's what's happening in the world of F one 'cause it was very funny like in his early years of his career how much more he knew about like backmarker type guys and like they were kind of his window into F one because he wasn't getting the interviews with big names? NBC is that is that an American Eric Channel. Yeah exactly people just kind of blew off. A thing I miss is the will bucks and track walk not track walk but grit walk walk because they were the most perilous grid walks I've ever seen he's got very anxiety inducing using style. He's frantic yeah. He's he's got a lot of nervous energy and he would just just barrel through a a busy F. One Grid with his camera guys trailing along and you were just constantly waiting for him to just get clobbered with tire or trip over someone's weighing or like misstep and like snap someone's front and played out it was terrifying but in terms of this question I agree the I'm not sure how much F. One has really done to address this issue but I it's interesting. I see now increasing number of women in the various Garages yeah but we don't know who they are because with the like in effect you know the names of the team principals and then you know the name of important people in the big three right like we hear when a director of development or something departs Ferrari we know those people's names names. We don't really like on a first name basis with them. you never hear about strategy calls from racing point because they just don't get covered much. I didn't realize Bernadette Collins was was running strategy over racing point but racing point strategy is rarely early where the race is being decided so we just tend to not see these yeah well contributing attributing to the world of racing this weekend everyone a is formula two will be supporting Formula One in Sochi. We've got the NASCAR xfinity series at Charlotte Motor speedway for the drive for the cure three hundred world superbike Zig Zig magnetic crew in frost for Azra Very round eleven annex. GP is is that t t circuit acid for the monster energy F I m a motocross Grand Prix of Asan the NHRA is at the gateway motorsports park in medicine. I L for the triple a insurance Midwest nationals super formula is at the Okayama circuit in Tom. Taki Mia Mimi Saka She Okayama Prefecture Japan and we've got NASCAR. They're still charlotte along with those xfinity boys four the playoff race called the Bank of America wroval. Four hundred is like a road but it's an oval. Is that what it is the name of the company. It's a row. No it's a bank America but they're calling the race the rival and good in the hate it the Formula One however I practice kicks off September twenty seventh Friday at four A. M. Eastern turn time second practice at eight. Am Eastern time third practice the following day September twenty eighth Saturday five am followed by qualifying am and the race rob's acne September twenty-ninth Sunday at seven ten a am. I don't have the spion channels because ESPN hasn't updated their page on that so anything else rob not too much just congrats to Alex New Garden for winning Indycar Joseph so Joseph well close allies out there but yeah I yeah my dvr screw me. I didn't get to watch Laguna Seca which killed me because is one of my favorite tracks but for some reason well no I I know what happened. which is that comcast like just died on me for most Sunday and so I just missed most of that race but bridge matic finish to a good indycar season awesome yeah I feel like I should I should really now that the season's conclude can find although last time I checked it was difficult for me to find a they don't have the Formula One. TV style thing there's no like no man archive no and the I've gotten really spoiled by the just taking the Sky TV production and thanks to our good friends at mother's being able to see a commercial.

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14:38 min | 10 months ago

"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

"He's backed up to his old tricks. WCHS on on replay he had a really good run. Yeah I mean it's kind of like the going back to the very beginning of the race with Ricardo on. Who Was it the first place it goes bad like looking at it again? It looks like Oh it's it's a lot thirty four Ricardo on Geo Nazi like it looks tantalizing. The door was open. It's one of those things that like in retrospect you can see it being just too small to do but so so appealing that it makes sense that racing driver would go for it. Yeah and I feel like Reichman should have had an instinct at least that somebody becoming down that line because Kaffee it was coming up fast that might have been a place to be a little more cautious but racing incident. I would say brings on safety car yet again. Proving the axiom that safety cars do indeed breed safety cars this it's time that'll usually been pretty cagey about stacking the field up and then taking off a you know like at the at the last corner this time he kinda jumps it he starts earlier. Her which is is is his right but he starts at like two turns before he's done it before on the restart and everyone has caught flat-footed and this is where he he really just sort of puts in his literal rear view any thought of Leclair being in striking distance. He's drives off yeah. I think it's is actually the first safety car but his team says we will be racing Charles at the restart and then in so many words don't take too many risks so it's not it's not like like me and my buddy are here at the front. It's now I need to leave this guy in my dust because Leclair has also given that k. one plus mode at this at this restart yeah it appears to achieve nothing yea like that'll drive away easily but at the same time like even then this is just a brutal track to overtake out. It doesn't look like there's anything that Leclerc anyone in that front of the field pack can do they basically all kind of locked into their positions. There remained some good action behind all of this or at least there's there's a lot a fun to be had watching people overtake Magnusson. interestingly enough stroll is complaining that it feels like the car is is broken and feels going to crash while he's saying that he's turning some of his fastest laps and is executing some pretty good overtaking maneuvers so I don't know it's sometimes cars can just be really fast also very uncomfortable uncomfortable scary drive and it sounds like that maybe where he ended up with the with the force but nevertheless he sounded pretty close to panicking that radio call I saw saw Hamilton say after the race I think after qualifying maybe about Leclair's pole lap that it looks like he was all over the place you know and I think even said that he almost lost it a number of times yeah yeah limit baby and then from there. It's pretty much a procession. There's more safety cars. Leclerc has can do anything he just has to watch about all take a win on weekend end where Leclerc probably feels ready justly that he did everything right and everything that was asked to them and he had screwed on strategy call and and it makes for a really awkward dynamic in the Pit Lane Celebration David Coulthard is there to do the interview view and yeah do you WanNa do you wanna go through standings. Marie start getting the poster staff and all the politicians yeah two more bullet points from right toward the end there the Hamilton does get pretty close to verstappen and then verstappen asks I need more power in the responses just negative but verstappen does hold him off for third place the player and second and Hamilton in I interestingly Magnusson had to pit because of a plastic bag getting sucked into his radiator they also cleaned that out and put on new tires and just like last year. Magnuson gets the fastest lap and thus denies it from anyone else in the top ten because he he is he's outside the top ten so no one gets the point but yeah it's a it's Ferrari's first time they've won three Rian a row since two thousand eight and the first one two finish since Hungary twenty seventeen federal's first win in three hundred hundred and ninety two days and behind those three. We've got Louis Hamilton and fourth and fifth album coming home in six best the rest Landau Norris in seventh pure gasoline eights Nico Berg in ninth and Antonio Juvenile in tenth place he actually earned a ten second penalty for passing too close to a crane during one of the safety cars but it did not bump down to eleventh place much to Roman grow gent's Chagrin who's completing the race in eleventh place behind and Him Signs Stroll Ricardo in Fourteenth Caveat cubits and Magnuson d-fs Reichen Perez and George Russell so in the pits David Coulthard asks the question. That's the I remember when my everyone's mind he asked Sarab and so it doesn't seem to understand the question of I because he's doing the usual like great great weekend weekend for the team all the stuff but he asks. Was this a strategy that your side of the garage had did you make the call to go for or the undercut and says oh I don't know like I I thought the call was the early but we you know we did it and it worked worked great and cool tired clarifies like no but like did you decide when to do this or were you told was a team decision was at your side of the garage and sounds like no I was just told and when coulthard goes and talks to Leclerc he asks a similar question Shen and look Leclerc knows exactly driving at and says No. I did exactly what my team told me. I drove the race as called and I didn't know the strategy he was in play. I didn't know it was a possibility and apparently I missed this. miss this during the race but apparently on the cool down lap Benneteau gets on the radio radio to Leclerc congratulates him on a good race and Leclerc kind of keep an arm's length shrugs it off. and Benneteau gets impatient and just sort of an apparently what kind of snaps at 'em like Puto meaning no more redone. We're done. We're it. We we're not gonNA talk about this here and I don't know this is. I've kick it over to. What do you make what what happened the Charles How's this weekend I think it is simply for Murari being ruthless in their pursuit of points? I think they traded a Leclair one federal for a federal one Leclair too and they don't care about anybody's feelings about that they they've been a very conservative team from a strategy standpoint and think back when they they were looking at pitstops if they had pitted. I think it's Brundle that assumes that they didn't Pitt Leclair first because he would have come out behind a Hokum Berg which fell just came out in front of so I think you know their allegiance is to Maranello not any of the drivers that they have they are they should be so lucky to raise for us. They work for us. it doesn't matter so it just it feels very cold and calculating but it's not it's not surprising to me. I guess is what I'm saying. Yeah it's funny. I was pretty much cool with at all during the race like to me I understood why Leclerc was was furious but at the same time it's not like the race was totally handled to handle the handed on a silver platter he had to execute the strategy he had to get away from the clerk a couple times. He did it successfully each time an amid lay on at Singapore. That's not so hard to do if you have the track position Russian but I sort of understood exactly that logic you laid out in terms of why you make this decision who like prioritizing advertising team over the driver something about banados style is not sitting well with me though yeah. I think it's for me it's because I know that Mercedes would have said something as they have to bow toss in the past like sorry sorry Volterra. We're doing this because Blah Blah Blah Blah sorry and then after the race both US goes yep well. I understand why they did it. Leclair is left it in the dark and they don't tell them anything during the race. He's just left to kind of go like I guess it's good for the team. I don't no one told me anything this. I'm confused and they didn't tell him that was pushing apparently as hard as he was so like yes he didn't get on the throttle as much as he could of ended no vital really put it all right and that swap so the thing is that that'll swap would've worked whether or not whether or not I think what I think they work regardless of what Leclerc dead. I'm thinking back now. 'cause Hamilton was opposite Leclerc but the overcut wasn't gonNa Work Anyway Anyway so Mercedes on on losing strategy. If you remember Leclerc came out pretty close behind that aw I want to say like it wasn't there wasn't that much daylight between them was there. You're right yeah yeah so I I don't think there's that leaving them in the dark aspect and to be fair like I don't know how much of this has been handled. Maybe in Italian language process yes in the wake of these racist but there seems to be something there. There's just a weird vibe between Benito and Leclerc work that makes me a little bit uneasy the entire thing last week about right when Leclerc one the biggest race of Ferrari's year a sort of making the point you know today you are forgiven. there is something a certain Sir feels small about the way Benito is handling a situation like remember your you work for us. Stay in your yeah yeah and it's making and the thing is like maybe I'm being naive. I really don't see this coming battle. I just don't get the sense that he's that there's any machinations here from the vessel proved himself in the past as a red bull and he just seems oblivious to the dynamics around him a little bit he seemed kind of amazed the strategy and worked out so well so unless he's really like playing up his naievety. It just doesn't seem like he was you know angling to serve nip this win out from under the a clerk so really the weird vibe around Ferrari seems to be entirely about the way Bernado in Leclerc are getting along and that bodes poorly I think because I'm not sure I'm not sure forearm fortunes turn around and successful as they have this year without out both of those guys delivering delivering the goods and so I'm a little bit nervous as I like as I as I consider how that race ended as I consider bananas sort of Ham handed attempt to talk to Charles after considered last week there's something uncomfortable about fry right now and I am concerned about how it's going to come together that being said it it does seem like if bananas trying to leave a mark. He's made it very clear team above all to your point. The are lucky to be a Ferrari driver is the team north driver. Yeah I have the official Party line here from Manado on the Formula One dot Ferrari Dot com website. He says we had to bring federal in. I I prefer to protect his position because Max verstappen was about to pit and that was his best chance to overtake Hamilton..

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"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

"It's happening at spa which is long as hell and and you still got drivers who can't each other's way so it does. I think it's very funny that hamilton is out there saying now that the probably are bad and there or at least that the way they're set up in this specific instance is bad leading to dangerous situations <hes> because is i am pretty sure that mercedes voted down the motion to change the change the upper probably bax for the rest of the season but it is one of those things where hamilton has a bad out loud once and immediately suddenly sees the light and it's like we got we. We <hes> do something about these pirelli's. These ridiculous pressures yeah anything else. Before the start of the race alright there there is a a moment of silence for antoine huber. <hes> that was <hes> pretty pretty chilling thing to watch <hes> but <hes> of course a good a good moment also on lap nineteen <hes> which is <hes> burs number the audience stood and applauded it was also a nice touch <hes> but when the race finally did get kicked off top four got away clean maxwell maxwell staff and got a terrible start and tried to make up for it by diving to the inside of kimmy reichen just vintage yeah what when you think of this move oh it's just it's just such a chef kiss moment from max. I'm amazed used that stewards were like yeah it's a racing incident and and put down to that given some of the other things they've weighed in on because it was a really bad move <hes> it was incredibly poorly considered <hes> and it was kind of a flash of the the old max where just sees space where a car could theoretically go <hes> and search <unk> will himself through that space but what he was trying to do <hes> yes so they start basically at the entrance to lay a very short run down tudela source hairpin and there's a lot of runoff there but the actual nope angle of the turn is incredibly sharp. I think it's <hes> it's sharper than ninety degrees can turns back on itself and <hes> at comes to a really sharp point like the inside of the turn is basically just a guardrail <hes> in armco barrier and so if you get it wrong. There's there's nowhere to go. You're just going to you're just gonna hit a wall and you can absolutely sort of spear yourself on that on that corner. If you're not careful and verse topping tried to get down the not even the inside line it was like inside of the inside line and the reason that you can't take that is because the cars don't have the turning radius to actually make that turn you know he the way the the way they can sort of constructed it was he's trying to shoot down the inside. I think he's a little bit on the grass so we also loses a little bit of traction for breaking for for his entry at a crucial moment and that forces him to run even further inside to avoid to avoid.

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"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

"Will be exposed to in those are hard to survive so this is not a solution you can sort of car safety your your way out of <hes>. What what you're looking at is just trying to create a course layout where that doesn't happen. That being said there are a lot of forms. I'm sure i'm sure there are a lot of places in open real racing where those incidents are a risk but it does appear like a rouge and ready all are an elevated risk for this kind of incident and so i would not be surprised if certainly by next year we have seen some kind of tweak two original radio to prevent what happened from happening again. It seems to to me like the the sort of narrative around this crash. <hes> was less about it. Being anyone's anyone's fault or even that it was a <hes> <hes> you know just a freak accident but the it seems more like people are thinking instead of about <hes> rules or car design. It's now the focus has shifted to track design and in and track safety <hes> first and foremost so yeah and i think that's it. It's one of those things where with each one of these incidents. A lot of information is gathered and a a new thing new things new layouts can be can be put in place <hes> but i it it's it's such a it's strange looking at the ways other other motorsports doubts <hes> have been responded to <hes> in in recent years and i think it's surprising sometimes just how matter of fact a lot of drivers divers are about the risks they run and i don't know whether i don't know whether that attitude is correct by note but i know it's kind of a a a school of thought in in open real racing <hes>. I was looking up what john surtees said. After <hes> his son henry was killed by a loose wheel at silverstone and <hes> john surtees after he had gotten <music> over his initial anger and grief <hes> toward the sport. He gave an odd comment but but i think he's probably shared by a lot of a lot of old racers. I said the last thing i want to come out of henry's death is over-regulation of sport crusade against risk compared to my day when dr israel that killed me drove deathtraps safety record of the sport is now excellent. You probably have more people dying in mountaineering accidents on racing tracks. You can't stop young people from reaching for the sky. I try to achieve their dreams. Yes we need to look at how we can improve but you can eliminate the danger entirely and there's a part of me that understands.

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"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"gp" Discussed on Shift+F1

"Over rouge and ready oh become areas where drivers feel very comfortable taking them flat out and with the asphalt runoffs. If somebody does go off. There's really nothing to sort of slow them down they. They will carry all that spe all that speed throughout and so in the wake of tat in the wake of this of this tragedy. It seems like something about that. Sequences sequences going to have to change. It's worth noting its chains before. This is a pretty heavily edited. Part of spas. Lab has changed a great many times <music> over the years. A rouge itself used to be the start of <hes> kind of a lost hairpin. Almost <hes> that you look on old maps went into what was called the butch <hes> 'cause. I don't speak french garage down seon doin <hes> which was basically a c- the aerial photos there was a hard cutout laughed and then a sharp hairpin and then and it brought you back onto the kemmel straight that the modern corner complex basically cuts that <hes> hairpin so so that you know this is this is a part of the track that is hard to add it <hes> but it does seem like it is edible the other thing that maybe <hes> they'll be considering in the wake of this is it's possible those <hes> asphalt runoffs just aren't good enough <hes> that while they prevent drivers from ending the race early when they when they misjudge that when they must judge that turn <hes> the runoffs don't do anything as far as slowing cars or beaching them and preventing them from traveling back in the racing line <hes> so those are but i think the the thing to note here here is this is an incredibly hard crashed to solve for <hes> there. There are a limited number of ways that they're they're. They're really very few ways. <hes> you can go about addressing the survivability of open wheel race car in a broadside collision at those speeds. There are laws of physics that you're you're up against the lateral jeez <hes> that drivers will be exposed to in those are hard to survive so this is not a solution you can sort of car safety your your way out of <hes>. What what you're looking at is just trying to create a course layout where that doesn't happen. That being said.

"gp" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"gp" Discussed on KCRW

"K for GPS the global positioning system was designed with a limit the number of weeks it could count every nineteen years. The program reaches that limit and the count resets that happened tonight. What might happen tonight? Franks loofah director of the McRae institute for critical infrastructure protection and cybersystems joins us now from the campus of Auburn university. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you got my privilege will anything happened. You know, that's something. We don't have a clear picture. I think by in large. Most people are quite confident no need to panic at this stage. The government has been speaking to industry that are dependent upon GPS for the past that two years now. And actually, this is the second time will go through a rollover the first one occurred in nineteen ninety nine what's different between today. And then is our exponential growth. Independence upon GPS. You've got billions of devices now connected to GPS. So obviously dependence is much greater most of us, obviously in it using GPS if we're trying to get somewhere, but I gather it's it's key to things like communications in the power grid, even finance absolutely basically all of that critical infrastructure. It's it's probably the most significant. Dependency to critical functions time that is and precise time though, Haynes of transactions clear daily all of which are time stamped and all of the global markets. The electric grid is dependent upon GPS navigation, obviously is as well. It is one of these cross cutting interdependencies that critical infrastructure is completely reliant upon not to mention individuals. Anyone who's a parent? I'm sure they've heard are we there yet? And what time is it something? I've heard many times from my kids over the years. So it touches pretty much. Everyone is the system secure, you know, GPS it's cheap in cost. It's quite efficient. But it is vulnerable. It's vulnerable to jamming. It's also vulnerable to spoofing where you can insert bad data into the system to cause the system to do something it wasn't intended to do the system is handled itself incredibly well. But our dependence is become almost that of. A single point failure that we need to be looking to alternatives to GPS we need to be investing in new technologies. And this is something that department of defense and DARPA in particular have been keeping their eyes on the ball for quite some time because they too are concerned that weapon systems and sticks may not work as advertised in the event of a crisis. So if something happens when will we know the actual rollover itself as at eleven fifty nine Greenwich, meantime, seven fifty nine PM east coast time. So I think there'd be a clear indicator. If something is a skew you'd find out relatively quickly. But the thing to keep in mind here is modern system. So modern devices receivers and the like they're actually moving to a thirteen binary bit system. So in other words, right now the storage face is able to maintain a thousand twenty four weeks. Wchs going forward. Hopefully, we don't have to worry about this for another one hundred fifty seven years. Oh, all right below. I'll take those odds. There's some good news there. Same here. Frank slew of the mccreery institute for critical infrastructure protection. Cybersystems? Thanks so much for being with us and mail, your rollovers be completed. Very good. May the force be with us. Thank you, Scott. This is NPR news. Donald Trump is paying a rare. Visit the California this week. His third is president after inspecting the southern border. He's got a pricey fundraiser in the L A area, hoping Golden State donors will shell out for his reelection. But just thirty percent of Californians approve of the job from doing tune into KCRW news as we follow the president's visit threats to close the border may affect businesses and families and threats to close the Poro five may affect your Friday commute. Tune in every day. So Cal news right here.

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"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"gp" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"gp" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"gp" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"Out. So that problems actually solved for. For the thing. My unless my network was cooled like BT and I just happened to one the been on somebody else's network Co. BT wifi will something. Whatever. That's really interesting. So that's already solved. But also if you buy a car and so the information's left in the with the exception of. The GPS GPS is you know trips is you wouldn't want that sharing with other people and you wouldn't necessarily want your home address sharing with other people, but in terms of all ID, climate control and you know, cod, I g- NAS ticks and visit. Yeah, to be. When you sell the car in the UK your home addresses printed on a piece of paper that you give to the. Yes, no, I go to address Olson. I think my worry would be less that data when the Carver, I'm more concerned about the manufacturer and operator of the car. If you look at some of the stories coming out the US with Tessler owners, if they take a broken Tesla's of a few people who take broken down once crashed ones and re recover them and fix them and put new from end on them or whatever new batteries and then try and get any kind of parts from tesla and they get down because that car is now on a block list, and you can't actually by parts to sort of video physical, rich repairs, very entertaining chap, who does a lot of this and he phoned up tester and said his my VIN number and only wanted to do was buy little caps that going the lug nuts. On the wheels and they wouldn't send them to because that call was black. Really? Yeah, because it was been in a crash and it been recovered and they have to certify and you have to pay thousands also of dollars to get it reset fights get it back on the road. And if they say, no, then you've got call the works, but you can't get any such from them. So it wasn't a cotton shower everything. Just by seagoing at let's head calm. LSU all stuff from us forever way. We get refuse to allow you to buy right Africa's. There are only tests service centers. There are no positive test. Service energy can.

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"gp" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"gp" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"The January one, twenty twenty, but the good news is there's no shortage of solutions that are workable for almost everything in g. a. yeah, yeah, and the prices have come way down and it's a story on my hitless one of my clients looking at the at the year head because January this year of dumb story January of next year, if you don't have a solution or you don't have the hardware and an installation slot, you may be setting yourself up to be in non airworthy to use the system when January one twenty twenty come. Right, right. Yeah. Talked to some avionic shops that are already looking at five and six month long queues if you booked today. Right, right. I mean, I have to say, I, I mean, I'm shocked shocked to hear that the airlines are being given a pass on some of the stuff that has to do with TK Cass. Yeah. A lot of it has. To do with some of these older jet transports don't have washed GPS. Some of, you know, somebody's mad dogs. I think that that delta still running that didn't even have GPS at all much less GPS and you know the the requirements are tighter than the typical GAB onyx in the of the universe of equipment sets is a much much smaller than so, you know, there's economics involved, and there's a lot of all of that. I still wonder why they can't just slap a Garmin transponder on it and call it a day. That's a whole nother problem. Recession, you say, we had a guy on the podcast on Sunday morning at Oshkosh who can fix up the airlines. You know he had that that what is it strategies based solution that was just in. Oh, it wasn't. It was just in, oh, I didn't know that. I thought it was out as well. All right. Okay. Well, I guess that won't solve the problems. For GE. We've got multiple solutions that you can put in your airplane that with installation come in right at two grand or less. Now they don't give you cheap ES navigator, like some of the more expensive solutions that garments. I think it's the GDP l. eighty two bolted in the back of the aircraft, you unplug the transponder cable from the end, China plug it into one side of the box. Plug a jumper between the box in the end Channa of mount the antenna for the GPS and hook it up to our chest it and sign it off. It can be done in a couple of hours, but now let me let me just call. Let me challenge you on something here. You just say two thousand dollars like that's not a big deal. All right. And I know airplanes are not cheap, and this is a, you know, kind of expense that you often see. But for a lot of people. That's a big deal. If I was flying on eleven thousand dollar champ. All right. Two thousand dollar solution is is a huge deal. What's the I mean, how cheap can you go and end up with a with a reliable legal solution here right now about seventeen hundred bucks a floor. Really. I never realized that was that high. For some reason, I assume that there would be a five hundred dollar solution that would meet the Bill and. Well, there there may be a five hundred dollars solution. If you already have a compliant watts, cheap ES. But that's a big part of these lower costs all in one solutions like the eighty two or the sky beacon from UV onyx or the Tailby commu Bionics they've gotta have a compliant sheep ES receiver to provide position data for the USB out signal. Yeah. Okay. Gotta have the ADS be out thing and in it's got an interface with your mode c transponder. This is fairly complicated piece of electronics, and I'm impressed hell that you'd be onyx. It's managed put this into a light that you can use to replace one of your wingtip lights or replace the tail light on your airplane, and it's got everything. It's got the GPS receiver is got.

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"gp" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"gp" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"gp" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"gp" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"We got we got to raleigh and i think part of that was because i was a girl scout and learn how to navigate but i i love gps i think it's wonderful in terms of we're you're trying to get somewhere but i think map also gives you a sense of abroad or pitcher in terms of lear you are selling thank you john youth yoga exactly right then that will give you a broader picture it'll give you some options that you might not have with gps and would i even do i mean this is going to sound goofy but i use the sun and win directions and all sorts of clues on traveling around to maintain a direction ality which you wouldn't get nominally from gps and it just feels like i'm connected to the environment in in a way that i wouldn't ordinarily be if i had this thing barking at me i suppose it's not the minimize the utility of these but as we already heard from bill it's a good idea to put it away at least periodically to encourage the use of your sense of so bill are google and apple remapping i mean how how do we keep up constantly with the changing surface of the planet and and the changing geography that's going on well that's a part of the amazing x part of the experience that is amazing to me is the scale of the ghoul mapping team now and it certainly a lot bigger than when i was there there now upwards of seven thousand people working on that team and they're processing twenty five million changes every single day to go maps in two thousand twelve google also bought a company called ways for almost a billion dollars that essentially is is taking feeds from users that are out in the real world and making that a part of the google maps data feed so whether it it'd be traffic incidents or a road closures or other things that have changed about your route google maps is now using that data in that technology to try to keep up with what is.

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"gp" Discussed on Diagnostics and Usage

Diagnostics and Usage

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"gp" Discussed on Diagnostics and Usage

"I haven't looked at the last gp external gp that i looked i was when i was looking at razor they normally do like mice and keyboards which i have and love but they were all they also have their own laptop and with the laptop they sell an external gp you at that it's called the the razor blade is the laptop and the you can get a reeser core v two for five hundred but that doesn't include the graphics card which itself can be very very expensive as actually now with all of the cryptocurrency people buying them all so so apple you know has a list of the gp's that they recommend in the cases that they recommend i haven't looked into any of those but that kind of gives you a price price range on it i mean i guess apple does say that will support three games it'll be interesting to see exactly how well they support them apples never been greeted gaming on mac so this was the exciting news out of ten thirteen for me well i mean more exciting is that you know forget about the external gpu you you know i know you've tucked away a cool ten to thirteen thousand dollars on the side for the next mac proud but i do have a sad news is that it is going to be till twenty nineteen till you actually see it you know i actually i think thirteen thousand is like a really lowest.

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