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Computer Aided Biology Platform Helps Companies Meet the Challenges of 21st Century Biomanufacturing
"Marcus co-founded synthase after working as a research associate in synthetic biology at University College London where he developed novel Bio Synthesis Methods using pathway engineering prior to ucla, he was a bio transformation scientists working as part of an industrial biotechnology group that conducted more than ninety contract research projects for over twenty clients. Marcus has a PhD in plant biochemistry from Durham. I'd like to start by asking if you could tell us a bit about the concept of bioprocessing four point zero, and what it means to the industry. By purchasing full. Has Come from a cut derived from the attempts of industry full point. And will that's referring to. Is the Barracks Industrial Revolution which happen which is made human production Gamal as sophisticated, inefficient through the ages first industrial revolution, we just quoting a Siamese what steams to be used as a power source, replacing manual effort, the chemical energy. Dramatic increases the productivity as possible. Within Industry and then moving onto electrification, innovation production lines any more efficient ways of producing products an visit us. Industrialization around Automation Electronic Control that. So they find the content industry full point. As is often referred to in thinking. Okay. How can we connect all of the different devices of pieces of information that we might have particular setting? Connect those in to to the digital. Computing where you can have data storage across crossing and data analysis, so then debates this. Use of automated production is that one level higher allows the three sophisticated knowledge in control of what's going on, we take. This is particularly important for area such as processing. Biological Because of the complexity of what we daily with, so we really need to be able to get to grips with the complexity of the processes. Running on wore the day to this coming out with those and get into Rica era format such we can use asked me as we progress. That's really interesting. You explain. The Solutions synthase provides in this area. said they didn't start out as companies as we all now, so these days we provide software ted help people do their science recently made this offering the first late is because we processing. Those looking for ways of doing more sophisticated automated experiments in order to address the next is the will to do so the cool capability software. Anthony is the older generation. ultimated instructions abolish Christ calls. While is means is the scientists can rapidly specify They want to run. The works out all the details down to the every step of run protocal it can convert those detailed actions. The scripts that needed particular. These Commission and Toronto away from the intent. The scientist is given the software old way through old details that needed to actually run at intended experiment. Includes will to calculating the volumes concentrations, the reagents in the samples that needed shows the US to set those regions on on your. So then using that. Hey, go on the road. Will that wrong this? Project Hope with instructions. To generate. Amidst. Substantially more usable impactful at the moment there's a real issue It's highly flexible due to the complexities of programming and so out, there allows much more flexible, useful information. Law Context for more complex experimentation. So. Now's where we started. To do some really cool experiments that we re proud, generated number case studies which show the power of using automation in all science. But. It also has a really big beneficial effect when it comes to digital integration. If we think about all the different devices we have within the lab. Is the automation is? Also Dr and actually we have about electrical devices in particular, which is an associated with those. Two nations which actually produced the data, which is the whole point running experience in the first place. What we need is a way of structuring dates from all of these diverse diversities equipment.
How to Effectively Manage Accelerating Change in Your Business with Don Mackenzie
"Thanks so much for coming on the stories behind on cost. It's great to have you on. Thank you for having me. Join your the managing director of Adidas here in Australia. You've previously listed on destroying company on the X. Which managed billions of dollars of insurance claims and expanded the business internationally across Australia New Zealand Philippines in Great Britain reaching Five at six hundred staff whilst becoming the youngest managing director of Asset Company at the time. Tell me what was like growing up for you. In where did your entrepreneurial journey begin on the entire was a blast from the Pasta was a An interesting previous lots. Look a lucky break. When I was young my father all I was at university. You Cue up is the sole something in me and backed me in a little I'm improvements business that it guttering and roofing and all sorts of things like that so I walked around in bushels sky. Chooses a thing on Montaigne. You're all the business and and supply chains and things will go wrong and customers and processing all that jazz and and just had a real passion not so much to the product you know just the business so really got stuck into that and and built that up ended up selling that often and started another Businesses still had a bit of sort of getting deeper into the management of insurance clients but I built some software to manage it because of that time everything I still remember off the one storm having decided to someone. Look I'm sorry are you. Send the required request or a little bit light on. My fax machine is currently busy and and the early two thousands everything was facts and I remember the first email I got with a job request. Though was one of my skin sense that they would email us. Because how do they even know? I check my email every day. So not the done thing had just built that up and it's and things and Some things worked out really well some things that really proud of and and some things did not work out well and it was the lessons of both sides of move really quite interesting and and you know learning that sixty s to early doesn't actually teach you much doesn't actually teach you what not to do and teach you sort of things for the future and some of the difficult times kind because Han. Saad didn't know as much as I wanNA put onward but anyway that's how little you mentioned on so some big lessons from more values than as opposed to the successes of their any big lessons to sort of. Stay out you back. Spend that gives carried through. You'll sort of Korea. I guess as you've gone along. Yeah one of the big lessons is that actually the structure no structural achieve your vision and your mission in hunt side. There's lots of good strategies and lots of good vision. People I work with now and companies that invest in north of energy and focus that goes into strategy and vision and mission all on. Just it's actually the structure that will achieve it so as an example. A bite the one you know. A structural issue is like time orientation meaning short-term time orientation is long-term time orientation if your structure is short-term orientated and needs to be as an example come across a lot of people that are entrepreneurial wants to build a business they. WanNa get a business off the ground but you know what they're gonNA put food on the table in the show family. They'RE GONNA pay off school phase dual these shorter term things and ultimately the problem then becomes is there not structured so actually achieve that vision mission because the build a business? Sometimes you've gotta go for years with with very little in common you've got to bootstrap Lou those things in the problem. Is they become more and more frustrated because then achieving that vision and the mission thoughts from agree. I A lot of the things that I was trying to do. Didn't have a hope in hell of actually seeing a lot of day but because they weren't good ideas that I didn't have the passion on the Ngoni of that we didn't have the structure lies to Do it and sort of really getting to the bottom of the ingredients structure frost now with what we do with some clients. It's just about the time our intention roller responsibilities wards systems at your information flow all of these things flow into well we would define as the structure. And if you don't have the structure what you WanNa cheap got a choice to make. Either you keep going to that vision that mission so to speak and ignore the structure or you gotTa do a little bit of a dance. Maybe and I changed my structure a little bit to get a little bit of the mission and vision that I want and they once. I've done that a little bit of the dance. That in hindsight was one of the big learning even today so on we just on that as a structural element and it's silly example that I use. I wake up one day and decided I wanted to be. I my own supermodel now. The good thing with podcast is you. Don't actually have a video so I I can assure people that I am not structured to be Amousou. Gamal have the looks the stakes any of those bits and pieces right. I don't have the structure to be a mile supermodel so I've got a couple of choices. Either I can change my structure. Maybe I can gone lose. Twenty kilos leg extensions facelift. Go to the gym. All of that and become close to what today's definition is of a mouse. Oh Oh it's what I'm going to have to update my mission and vision to actually the achieve when I can based on my structure so there needs to be a bit of a Damn Mission Instruction Michigan structured structure. Yes I will can I change. My structure is something out of my control. Dance and and people did that more. And we're able to adjust the structural reality of the reality. Today I would be able to make incremental steps towards the big vision but often they just try shoe to five without a structure to support it so that was a big one that I still carry through tonight.
Bitesize History - The Aden Emergency
"Today's episode it is on aden emergency also known as ratified uprising nam insurgency by the NFL f and the f. r. o. s. y. during the code will against british forces stationed in south arabia protectorate of the british empire is now forms part of yemen partly inspired by nasser's pan arab nationalism began on the fourteenth of october nineteen sixty three with the throwing over grenade covered officials a apple a state emergency was declared added british crime commonly of aid on his hinterland the aid them protector emergency escalated in nineteen sixty seven and hastening ended british rule in the territory which again in eighteen thirty nine on the thirty for now remember nineteen sixty seven british forces withdrew an independent people's republic was proclaimed kim was originally of interest to britain as an anti-piracy station put to protect shifted on the routes to british india with the oakland the show as canal in eighteen sixty nine forever serve as colon station following the independence of india nineteen forty seven eight became less important to the united kingdom emerged saved was precipitated in large part a large wave of arab nationalism spread to the arabian peninsula and stemming largely from associated arabist don twins of egypt lead at gamal abdel nasser british french is raving forces that had invaded egypt in nasser's nationalization of the suez canal in nineteen fifty six had been forced to retool following intervention from both the united states soviet union naso enjoyed only limited success in spreading his pan arabist doctrines through the arab world his nineteen the attempt to unify egypt in syria as united arab republic traps inflator three years later perceive anti-colonial rising in ada in nineteen sixty three provided another potential opportunity for his doctrines there is not clear what extent acting independently themselves by nineteen sixty three and ensuring years anti-british critic group in various political tips began coalescing into larger roy organizations i e supported national liberation front NS hostilities start on the fourteenth for december nineteen sixty three with grenade attack against which is the capture london flight the great killed a woman in fifty of people are not state emergency was declared in aden one such attack was carried out gets REI co moscow join us children party killing a girl wounded for children tax largely focused on kidding off duty police officers on british officers much violence was carried out in crates the oat quarter of item which forces attempted to intercept weapons being smuggled into crater by the f. l. o. s. y. on the dalai owned by the athletes met little success despite taking a toll on british forces the death toll among rebels were far higher largely did to inter factional fighting among different rebel groups in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the british twenty four imp retreat craig arrived to conduct land operations it remained in a in a protector until november nineteen sixty seven or nineteen sixty oy the station RAF moscow was operating nine squadrons these included transport units has the largest number of hope a fighter jets these record in by the army for a tax on rebel positions which they could you sixty pound high explosive ask provoke street riots in asia after the agent police lost control british high commissioner sir richard turnbull the pro british troops to crush the riots as soon as the eknath riots request pro f worldwide took to the streets fighting between british aiden shooting attacks against british forces including the destruction of aden airways douglas dc three which would bunk in mid air can or the it was occupied by rebel forces concerns were heightened garden the ability to give sufficient security british families in the midst increase violence resulting invitation plans for families being sped up considerably following the mutiny or push i'm engaged in gun battles while arson looting and murder was also common which forces blocked off the two main entrances to create
Doorbell cameras are becoming a valuable tool for police investigations
"Police now have a new weapon to fight crime and it's right on your doorstep. Doorbell cameras are increasing in popularity as a home security tool, and L. Police are using them to catch criminals, Houston. Police officers union president Joe Gamal. Those types of hammer systems are very helpful to catch these package sees that we know we're running rampant everywhere. We can actually get a description of suspect awful time. We'll be able to catch the license plate as they're leaving. He says this technology is a great way for citizens to help police. If you have the resources please, install one of those doorbells and not only that you always want to have more security on your house, in your neighbor sales of doorbell cameras, or expected to exceed a billion dollars in four
John Dean Cites Parallels Between Watergate and Mueller Probe
"To Washington DC. Now we're a key figure from the Watergate era back in the nineteen. Seventies John dean takes center stage at a hearing on Capitol Hill regarding Bob mothers Russia investigation. And it's finding of no collusion USA radio's Timberg with the story. The House Judiciary committee begins more hearings down special counsel, Robert Muller's probe of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. The guest on Monday was former White House counsel, John dean, who worked during the Nixon administration and Watergate scandal in the White House committee. Ranking member congressman Doug Collins Republican from Georgia says we've seen this old song and dance before is very difficult for one of the witnesses here tonight for many of us who can actually trace the distrust in government back to the witness here, today, the seventy star of a function if I'm I'll take it a little bit further for those of us who've been looking into this for a while. And wondering how we got started here and for those. Who discuss the fact that many on our committee on our side, discuss the fight of the corrupt Gamal will we see strong page McCabe? Call me and others. How we actually got started here? I believe that they have the godfather here today for USA radio news. I'm Timberg
Communities in Sri Lanka are uniting, amidst fear and shock, says top UN official there
"Communities in religious leaders have come together to call for peace and calm in treeline car following the deadly church in hotel suicide bombings on Easter Sunday. We'd nearly three hundred killed including forty five children the Indian Ocean island nation is in a state of mourning in leaving through a national trauma. That's according to the UN resident cordination, Sri Lanka and a singer wall. So warns that beyond the fear and shock. There was rising concern over a possible backlash. The UN is on the ground supporting communities and providing medical supplies as well as psychological aid for those who witnessed divide once and a singer spoke by phone to U N uses Mustafa al-gamal engagement update on the latest tuition in Sri Lanka while out. Course can't imagine. The boot is one of incredible shock and fear at the same time. We are talking about over three hundred ten. Dead in one day and over four hundred plus by one hundred and forty plus injures. So it's massive shocked for the psyche of a of a country that has just come out of thirty years of civil war just ten years ago. This is the time for warning really for those who have lost their life funeral are being held today and tomorrow that is the considerable fear as anger rises for a backlash. So and and and and the certain group certain group could be targeted as as a result of that was all I mean communities on the grounds. I think are still in the state of shocker now, the police and the armed forces have been deployed across the provinces. I have to say a religious I'm saying now have been very safe, but like and have been calling. For peace and call all the religious leaders, cutting across faith group have come together to call for peace and calm and the government together with the community are organizing the funeral, and I understand that also of the Muslim communities have been supporting the churches in also setting up the few roads, so lots of computer pools, but at the same time that it's like looks of fear as when awaiting the backlash Mishan as a resident good Nader. What have you done since that tax happened an intimacy free time community on and so I mean in my capacity as Representative of the secretary general I have with the practice the practice article Vander religiously to convey our condolences, and I particularly spoke to the in and I'm hoping to be attentive some of the funerals of some of the families if. Situation allows us, but I'm very closely all together with my t Bonner three the security at the political situation closely because ensuring the safety of the UN soft and chewy that the UN country team are also working together. So I agree on security measures for the UN. Also, very critical to keep the softer you and the shape of your either forms of the political development and also to provide our analysis off the grounds of the situation. But also to ask for the globe the analysis from their sites site is when we are older the week forward planning to put in place communications strategy. That speaking of the with the UN speaking as wants to build a narrative of these. I think this would be one of our hosts before the next step with this regard. We are also a lot of social media to track hates the speeches. And they're Li I think with the Facebook share information to counsel, the spread of hate speech. Some so at some ages is of course, important Natick with agencies as well. So some agencies on the ground like, for example, Uni south is. Because the debts of children is horrific. It's over forty five children have been killed this attack at a forty five children. Yes. And we are afraid that this could dry even so stuff is providing medical supplies as requested by the hospital for treating inter children and families and both unique set up your to all out also working off providing sacrifice. Sial I eight program for the families who have be impacted or with the violence. But of course, now, this is the times that we also we will be needing long-term psychosocial support and counselling services to the communities. So this is like I would I eight and the action that we have done, you know, it's just the day since the terrible horrific events and misanthropic. Are you talked about written to social media to combat hate speech on on their platform? Do you have any concern about the government clampdown on social media into your Lunka? Well, you know, they for we have to just a experience it county in arch twenty eighteen where the government has really had worked. Well, try to not the clap those controlling the social media to control the take the at. If I think violence, unfortunately, this has been you know, sort of you have been used to spread take us and for inside violence. So these are sued measure sake adopted by the government to put an immediate talks and control of the current the current
'New Zealand is unbreakable' in Friday prayers
"Muslim called the prayer broadcast. Nationwide is citizens of all face reflected on last Friday's massacres. Gamal Fuda imam of the Al Noor mosque where most of the slaughter occurred. We have shown that New Zealand. And that's the wall. Us an example of love and
"gamal" Discussed on KTRH
"In your prayers that is. Joe Gamal d he was our guest during the first hour of our program this morning sharing. Some of his thoughts about how difficult it is for police officers to do their jobs, the jobs, we as a community commission them to do to protect the week to enforce the laws that are duly elected representatives have passed and how a lot of the commentary out there. Is detrimental to their ability to do that. That interview we will replay in one hour, and I think police officers if you have a law enforcement member if you have a law enforcement officer in your family, I think some of you will will want to gather round, the radio FDR style. And listen to what he had to say because the speaks for a lot of members of law enforcement who cannot speak publicly that will be in one hour, a quick update of those five officers the officer who was injured messed up, his knee and his leg in the middle of all that he has undergone surgery. He's in very good spirits. Here's expected to be released in the next two days. Two of the officers that were shot have already been released. One was released last night. He was shot to shoulder another who was shot in the neck was released a little over an hour ago here in Houston. Two other officers who were severely injured when they were shot in the face and neck one of them shot through his. Chin that that bullet shattered there and continued on those two officers are in critical condition, but they are stable. They are expected to survive their wounds, but. They have a long journey of recovery ahead of them. And we'll keep you informed as as updates continue the two shooters the two suspects one point. It was believed there were up to five or as many as are as few as one there were two individuals who were who are accused of having been black tar heroin dealers middle of a neighborhood. That's who these officers were attempting to arrest. Those two individuals were killed in the exchange. It was a white male and a white female. I believe both of them in their fifties. So if you're a black activist or an illegal alien activists, you can just calm down who can actually talk about too bad people who tried to kill cops who were enforcing the law. According to the warrant that had been issued. We can actually have a reasonable discussion because the individuals happen to be white. The big news in politics involves a potential entrant into. The campaign field. You know, the media's going to try to tell you that there's going to be a challenge to Donald Trump in the primary now mind you were talking about a year from now, however, people are interested in this. The media creates a lot of interest in this. And it's so much more interesting and accessible to many people that actually talking about the policies that would be enacted. Once you get elected in the first place. It's a beauty pageant. It's a sporting event people love it. So here goes Donald Trump if he runs and a president a one term president almost always does Lyndon Johnson is the most noteworthy example of an individual now. Of course, he assumed the unexpired portion of president Kennedy's term when president Kennedy was assassinated he served out his four years as president and chose not to run for reelection in nineteen sixty eight Eugene McCarthy was breathing down his neck. There was a field of candidates threatening to run, and I think LBJ just ran out of gas. He he was tired. He would retire to his ranch in central Texas and. His health would fail him and he would ride out into the good night. But by and large the president's going to seek reelection. Donald Trump's not a young man when he does seek reelection. He wins the nomination. He wins the primary of his party. There won't be a serious candidate who will challenge him. And so the Democrats have to feel to candidate in November of next year. With a fighting chance to defeat him. Their field of candidates is flawed at best. Kamala Harris announcing. There's only she can do, but this is the extension of ObamaCare this. She wants Medicare for all. And she made the statement just do away with private insurance single payer. The thing that was threatened by conservatives that this was where the road of ObamaCare lead you this was the natural conclusion. This is the dreadful awful natural conclusion if you think Obamacare's bad for what it takes away for what it ruins for the instability inefficiency ineffectiveness and lower quality of healthcare. Just wait until you put Abam care on steroids, which is single payer, which is what they wanted all along Jonathan Gruber said that Obama said that in private this is what they wanted all along Kamla Harris is going to be the candidate is going to carry that flag. And she's a good candidate for the Democrats. I hear Republicans. Tell me somebody told me this earlier today. Kamala Harris is terrible candidate a terrible Cam for you. She's not a terrible candidate for the Democrats. Elizabeth Warren's horrible candidate. She's not a horrible candidate for the Democrats mind. You Bernie Sanders was within a whisker of winning the nomination to be the democrat candidate facing off against Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen they their primary is the domain of the whack job. That's what they're going to do. But what's really interesting is that Howard Schultz who is a democrat who is believed to be able to pull an H Ross Perot way what he did to Republicans in nineteen Ninety-two handing Bill Clinton the presidency. Howard Schultz is flirting with a presidential candidacy and.
"gamal" Discussed on KTRH
"Working to get a hold of g Fussell Vado while we do this lines busy. Well, of course, it is very busy. And I'm sure a lot has to do with just checking on his officers and seeing where they're at. You know, Joe Gamal de the police officers union. What a great guy I mean, stepping up as he did last night. And he he let his passion show. You know, rightfully so. And that was just really wonderful that he told us what we needed to know. Okay. Evidently, the chief is tied up. We'll try to maybe see if we can work in looking at some point in time. In the meantime, course, what this is all about what we got to. And what we were talking about with yoga moldy at the border that black tar heroin that you don't have to go any further than that. Black. Tar heroin is not grown here in part comes in. What exactly in part of the reason why we need to have a physical structure the border at least across parts of the border is to try to slow that down and prevent that. From happening Representative Dan Crenshaw was on FOX. I think he thinks and he might be right about this. The one of the reasons why border wall has been a tough sell to some people is that we want to build a two thousand mile wall. And that's not what we're talking about. Here. It's become a very polarizing political issue instead of a policy issue. Everybody's become an expert on border security. The reality is is this plan came from department of homeland security income from the President Trump. Campaign came from experts who say, hey, we need walls here because he moved off his position showing some.
Saudi spending to hit record high as oil prices resume slide
"Yousef Gamal El din reporting that from Riyadh on the Saudi budget. Thanks so much for bringing up to date. Yes. I notice for instance, just the other day the Bank of Russia came out to downgrade its four calls for all prices in two thousand nineteen. So the question is how Saudi Arabia will be dealing with that story with these lower oil prices we've seen all prices, by the way, taking nother leg lower into day's session. WTI trade. It's just about forty nine dollars says I look at it now down by one and two thirds of one percent. Brent crude also down by one point six percent as I look at that price. Now, fifty eight dollars and sixty five cents. That's some concerns about to what extent OPEC will actually be able to cut down production. And to what extent they will actually be eating into supplies at a time when the US shale oil in particular has been pumping more and more. So something also to keep an eye on today. Coming up next here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe will be speaking to Chris Ralph chief investment officer at Saint James's place wealth management. We're going to be taking the temperature his temperature really ahead of the fed meeting a little bit later on which will be starting off in Washington DC, stay with us for that. This is Bloomberg.
Implementing first-ever global migration pact must involve public and private sector push
"This is Matt wells at UN news. Well, the private sector and civil society working in tandem, hold the biggest promise for making the first ever global compact on migration, a success for the countries who signed up, let's see opinion of topic Yussef the director of the Brookings Institution at Doha center in Qatar think tank focusing on this issue economic and political issues facing the Middle East more than one hundred and sixty governments adopted the non-binding packed at the two day conference in Marrakesh Morocco. Mr. Yussef who was a panelist there said helping migrants integrate into host communities need governments and businesses to work together. Speaking to Moustapha are Gamal in Marrakesh, Mr. Yussef explained how adoption of the compact boosts migrant rights around the world, today's dialogue focused on the role of partnerships and the role of innovations and translating a lot of the principals and the ideas contained in the pump and twenty -ality principles that emphasize. The economic empowerment of migrants that protection their safety the the need to gather information about flows about the numbers, the need to integrate them into society to the financial system into the training and education sectors. All of this cannot and will not be done by governments. It is too complex and too demanding a set of objectives and hints it is going to be the private sector and civil society. Whether it's nonprofits foundations community organizations. City governments all of them combined. And in fact, I would say they are already doing it. They're doing it. And a lot of my receiving countries for migrants, they're doing it in the field of employment training legal services healthcare. It's precisely those sets of initiatives partnerships and innovations in how we worked together to sort of the Meighan community that in my humble opinion, hold the biggest promise for what can be done after the adoption of this important compact are there any miss practices that would come to mind taken on by the private sector in regard to migraine financial inclusion of migrants, hyper an important area of interest and focus. It is precisely that technology developers working with startups in the financial. Services industry, and with other motor stab companies that are now offering solutions for migrants to become more integrated in the financial system to access banking accounts to be able to save and more importantly from the perspective of sending countries to able to also transmit remittances at at lower cost and to do this efficiently and to do it without all the traditional bureaucratic procedures, which either migrants are frightened bioch- don't have access to. So to the extent that the private sector is leading with innovations in the space of technology. They are already playing a bigger role than they should be encouraged and incentivize to do even more the private sector can advance their role further, you know, got chain, but us off communists, and trade unions and big large comp corporations that are employers who should. Adopt standards for worker safety fully income protection for non-discrimination and a host of things that will make migrants feel more. Welcome more protected and allow them to contribute, positively to the wellbeing not only of themselves and their families, but to their communities and to the countries that receive them in the countries that send them missile turkeys a few are based on the yes. It's known that the Gulf states in particular, the have this guarantor system, if how would that work now after the adoption of that global compact for migration, I think the adoption of the blowback comeback was further reinforced some of the very positive and promising initiatives that have been taken by a number of Gulf countries to liberalise a number of systems in place. That's regulate and tightly managed and maybe are seen as being overly burdensome for migrant workers in my humble opinion. Some of the initiatives already underway in number of countries to liberalise, the migration regime, and to to to prevent some of the practices that have become a a source of concern and criticism will be further reinforced countries will who have not adopted some of these initial steps. I would face now pressures to replicate what others have done and to do so in an orderly transparent way through legal processes, but we'll see a private sector. They're playing old and also a nongovernment sector, helping to disseminate information make would aware of their rights and the new system in place have been some also initiatives that have helped provide protections for workers incomes in a number of countries. He saw governmental let but they also have it acquired and have received the support of the private sector banks and financial services companies telecoms, for example, all of them. I think I think this Compaq by providing international legitimacy to migrant rights. Migrant needs will further incentivize governments and pushed them across the world. But especially in the countries that are were they are disproportionately represented, especially in the Gulf to do the right thing to move in the right direction and to complete the steps that that taken so far. So we've seen number of countries who refuse to come and sit at the table on the compact, what do you think of that? I think it's mixed but sense, given the polarization that migration as a phenomenon as a process as as I said about comes has created in a number of political context around the world right now just in America. But also in Europe, and in other developing countries, there is a backlash against no just globalization. But also the movement of of people now and given the emotions of right-wing political. Parties and their ascendants, and how they've contaminated political discussion on migration, it would only be natural that some governments will feel that elected hesitant or a fully find themselves against the objectives. And the aspirations of this compact, this might be temporary phenomena migration is has been around for a very long time. It will continue to be our round it will outlive. Many of the governments in place that have rejected this compact, and I think that extend that the world has come together. Now in the numbers in the strength and has adopted a set of very important principles and guidelines other countries will join ultimately at some point.
"gamal" Discussed on Here & Now
"We hire them to give us sound legal advice because we assume they know more about the law than we do Michael Cohen existed to give Donald Trump sound legal advice if my. Michael Cohen did something that broke the law. He's the lawyer he should have been the one to prevent that from happening. And so none of this again is under the molar Russia investigation. It's something that happened to Michael Cohen Gamal. Well, the reality is that President Trump hired Michael Cohen to be his political fixer Michael Cohen to fix his political problems. And he violated the law and doing so in it appears that he did. So at the direction of the president which would make him an unindicted co-conspirator at the same time that John just brings up the idea of him trying to have a business relationship in Russia. Well, there's nothing wrong with having a business relationship in Russia, except if you're offering the president of Russia, a fifty million dollar house which could violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices act, which we now know from Rex Tillerson, the president also wanted to get rid of the Foreign Corrupt Practices act. I wonder why what did he call Rex? Tillerson dumb as a rock or what did he what was Trump's Nick? I can't even remember it was last we've in those okay? Let's talk about the amazing moment that we saw yesterday in the Oval Office and the potential for a partial government shutdown next week. The Republican Senator from Louisiana John Kennedy was on CNN this morning talking about this and this comes down to border wall funding government funding, President Trump and the democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. They were in the Oval Office. Trump said he'd be proud to shut down the government over border security. Here's John Kennedy. I don't like President Trump is bluffing. And I don't think speaking closely is going to give an inch because she wants to be speaker. And if I've learned anything up here hate to say it, but most people in Washington care about their jobs. I John what do you think is going to happen? And are you worried that Republicans after President Trump said he'd be proud of a shutdown are going to pay a price if there is a shutdown. Well, actually, I think he gave them some cover it. It's interesting, even as a Republican consultant I often scratch my head at the. Way. The president proceeds on messaging in this case. I actually think it was it was quite quite ingenious. What is done is? First of all purposely taken ownership and say, this is not about the Republicans in the house or Senate or the Democrats. And now I'm going to own this because I'm going to define it as securing our border, which secures American families, and I'm willing to take that fight onto me. And if they wanna fight me on that, they're the one is gonna lose I'm going to own this because the American people wanna feel secure second of all the president's made it clear that he's willing to compromise. In fact, if you remember the first request he had was for about twenty three million for for the wall. He's down to five million..
Global Compact enables safe, regular, orderly migration from Africa: former Liberia President
"This is an academy with you. And use the adoption of the UN global migration packed in Marrakesh means that world will see migrations through completely different narrative in countries that have chosen not to sign up will eventually change their minds. That's the hope expressed by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday. Former president of Liberia who took part in the conference in Morocco in capacity as the chair of the High Level Panel on international migration in Africa established by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa or Ekka speaking in Marrakesh to you N news Mustafa al-gamal. She said Africa will not be able to better promote partnerships and collaborations enabling safe regular and orderly migration as well as tackling poverty to try and stop young people leaving in the first place. What this means is that Africa will now be able to promote those partnerships, though, systems of cooperation and collaboration that will lead show at there won't be safe wreck. Regular orderly migration from Africa. This is going to stop the treatment. That Africans have faced the small numbers that have tried to cross borders illegally and Africa. Now would be to also adopt the policies that ensure that did do even Moby on what they've already done to ensure that the economists and the fight is poverty and all would keep most of our young people at home precisely. So now that the compact has been adopted what do you hope to see happen in the treatment of this young migrants? Making this protest voyage and children and women on the move as well, I hope that will go to see cooperative agreements between not only African countries, but the African Union and all of its subsidiary bodies will be able to have understandings with. A European nations in a same spirit of collaboration that Europe and Africa has always had over time, this will enable also our countries to look at what we can do to ensure that those people that do cross the borders. I give a humane trickling I given the dignity that they deserve. I mean, those cases where they seek employment that those opportunities will also be arraigned to that they can go because the record shows that the microbes do contribute, not only to their countries of origin to remittances to the cost countries where they go, and they render pay taxes they serve and all of that. So I think that compact will enable All Africa in all the world for that matter to see migration in a completely different narrative one that is positive one that makes contribution to develop. And not one that takes away one that promotes cooperation collaboration between countries yet. Some countries have not came to the table and adopt. The compact, what would you say to this country's I believe that those countries will will reconsider. I think the movement of creating better conditions for migration is strong enough. That those countries will find themselves on the outside of things they may be reflecting some of the more recent events of people that tried to cross borders and ended up in ocean and the Mediterranean many of them who perhaps any two countries and did not go in legally is that resistance to all what was called a migrant crisis and all the different activities that took place in the last year. So that resistance I. Think will move away when they read the reports of the true story of migration, and the fact that it benefits it does not countries. Neither the origin countries nor the host countries. And I think once they see the record, and they see this the statistics and the cedar studies and see the benefits that they too will change their minds, and they will join in this Loof, and that is really in the interests of humankind. Let's shift gears and talk about library in particular, how the UN mission in Liberia has successfully wrapped up its mandate, recently, what measures they have in place now to capitalize on the peace building that you've benefited from that. Well, let's put it this way, we train our security forces over the years, and I'll see curator forces was trained with the support of the United Nations and. Supporter for bilateral partners. And they took over the security of the state. So we're not we're not worried about that. What we want to do? Nice to see the United Nations go back into its normal role the rule of the different agencies in programs that we support development. And I think that process was well underway. And now it can be strengthened to help Liberia to to move forward in its reconstruction and development, the minimum thoroughly of could you tell us about how did your country incorporate women in the peace building process. Well, we have a lot a lot of strong women groups we went one step further. For example. I think we did something that was a novelty we asked the UN system to bring in a contingent of women women policeman. Something that changed the whole feeling of our women regarding participation. Listen in security forces today, our tippety chief of staff, it's a woman in mind government out initially, the first at my first, director police also woman, and so we are very we're very satisfied that what has been left behind. The example that has been made and women themselves have been such strong piece promoters, the other ones that challenge the previous government. They are the ones that promoted. They crap peace accord to able the warlords signed a peace agreement that led us the peace. So we think we very strong in women's participation in peace village, more can be done. But certainly I think the record it self is is a good one.
"gamal" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Radio gold. Gamal is the greatest. So how did James Harris become Kamala? Thank you, Kamala. The Ugandan giant for making time for it. Leave the main. Almost like about a year. And I was there to get some expanse. It was choosing to go there. And what I guess I'm expands I came back to the United States. But I was just playing same hairs, and I went to the Coliseum Jerry law. He discovers me. James Harris is a terrible wrestling name. Right. You needed you needed a gimmick? So how he discovered you? And what what was the conversation? Like, I'm going to be even though I'm not from Uganda. I'm going to be a Ugandan giant. I'm gonna slap. My belly. It was I went fast to purchase for merchant that from guy who's deceased Choi Graham besa he went down at night before he paid and their lawless so many so many big gap, and he came out Jared Komi did I want to looking for work. And I said, well, yeah. And he told us that tell you what I want you to do with home, and we call you win. Comb come to the comeback. Emma, severe papacy. And that's what they could paint and all this stuff. And after de it's pretty good around man doing painting, and all that Jerry Lawler came with the main and they're getting. Do you know how he came up with that name? Did he run any other names past you? And you say he. Some something like that. And that's all that. I can. All right. No problem. Kamala Ugandan giant with us on ESPN radio. So used to be James Harris, but then became Kamala. And what would you buy as the single greatest either match or victory of your life? I was played three that value overhead. It's hard. It's hard to change between Hoke HOGAN and Jake the snake. I have Riddick met with hail. Do you have a good hulk HOGAN story hulk HOGAN tells the story of drinking on a flight or trying to drink on a flight with Andre the giant over to Japan. They had a match Andre the giant stepped on his stomach and he soiled his yellow shorts from all the drinking. Oh, of course, he knows where he's aware. Also, Andre the giant was you fought Andre the giant. Did you not? Yeah. A lot of parents. Do you have a good Andre the giant or Cogan story for us, preferably Andre the giant drinking and enormous amount of AGA? Yeah. The only thing that I remember over. I go into the Mets ocal appeal to wrestle him, and I will drink and I got. Nia smash 'cause I don't really Frank lot before my match sent away. And so when I got they have to say. So what? Oh for we got to go on sale out in a way to. Kimchi is put a couple of sites on my head. Maybe look like. And Indian then pushed me out and put a lot on saving responding. Back back. I get it. When I got into rank a HOGAN, mostly home, you you are so drunk that he had to hold you up..
"gamal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The rain, the Brazil's presidential election. Cheyenne Bolsonaro wants to cut ties with Venezuelan recognize Jerusalem, MRs rails capital. That's according to his son from Brasilia, Bloomberg's Rachel Gamal ski reports, if the form arm, captain wins the election. Brazil would also put an end to its friendly relations with ITO was on. I will face phenomena dodgy from workers spotty in a runoff vote on October twenty eight Rachel Ghimire skit, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And a bipartisan group of US senators forcing the Trump administration to investigate the disappearance of a critical Saudi journalists in bold. Bloomberg's Dona says the case shines a spotlight on relations between America and the kingdom. The kingdom is now facing the kind of pressures from Washington rarely seen over its. Classes the question is whether they are fair becomes a tipping point where the defect to Saudi ruler. If not the rupture in his with the US in Beirut, Donna organizer Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable news, twenty four hours a day on a tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon Karen's. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now, here's the sport with Colin. Besley after villa? Have appointed Dean Smith is their new head coach with John Terry is his assistant their new boss joins from championship rivals. Brentford? After nearly three years at the club. Terry spent the final year if he's playing career at Villa Park leading into the playoff final former Valencia and Madrid sporting director Hazies Garcia is.
"gamal" Discussed on WTVN
"TBN your ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist Jim Gamal. It'll stay mostly cloudy afternoon into the seasoning, the overnight low Sixty-three the day Thursday, mostly cloudy, slate of pop-up showers, also possible, the high eighty four and for Friday, partly cloudy pop ups and a high of eighty five whether it's powered by the basement, doctor, mostly cloudy, still seventy six and marble cliff seventy five at your severe weather station, hurricane Florence now. A category. Three storm is at barrels toward the Carolinas. Forecasters say it's top winds have weakened slightly to one hundred twenty five miles an hour, but Florence remains a very dangerous storm National Hurricane Center is warning life threatening storm surge heavy rainfall is expected across large portions of north and South Carolina within the next twenty four hours FEMA administrator Brock long since people are running out of time to safely evacuate ahead of hurricane Florence. Forecasters expect the storm to make landfall is a major hurricane and that will start impacting the coast as early as tonight long warn anyone who ignores mandatory evacuation orders is putting. In their lives at risk along with those of first responders. Elsewhere child was struck by a car near Worthington. Kilborn high school this morning crash happened around eight thirty AM on hard rub officers say the trial was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Driver, did stop and cooperated with police stocks ended mixed today on Wall Street at the closing bell. The Dow Jones industrial average was up twenty eight points closing at twenty five thousand nine ninety eight. The NASDAQ was down eighteen points, the S and P five hundred gained one I'm Scott Jennings. Next report at five for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news fall.
"gamal" Discussed on WWL
"Rude moment but I the fob stories at Nick Sabin called to, apologize to Maria Taylor but. It was just embarrassing for him in? The moment obviously Twitter killed them there was? Just no she, was very very cool I love how she reacted she didn't she didn't lose step right there now just went onto, the next question. And did a great job but he was really frustrated why do, people keep asking me this or. Why do you, keep asking me this Funny when you think about it well I think he has to. Understand there's a fan base Alabama has? One of the most? Serious, fan bases in the sport, this team is the, face of college. Football they're, expected to win every year and this is the one interesting thing about the quarterback situation what are you gonna ask hey what did you think of that. Special teams play against. Louisville I mean climb they smoked. Louisville good, team so it's weird that guys like Nick Sabin and you know, I would say even put him in with belch because. Their, friends preach self. Control discipline all, that, stuff but sometimes, they can't. Do it like they can't. I don't. Know what it is I don't. Know if it's combativeness or just lack of patience but Nick Sabin, could go you know what. We got two great quarterback in Gamal? Both run see what happens there you go Yeah I mean is it arrogance b.'s Nick Sabin. Is like that Gregg Popovich has a million titles is like that Bill Bill Parcells. Was a lot like that Bobby Knight was a lot like that the, common ingredient is they were all winners so. Maybe. When you, win a lot you feel like you, kind, of the, king of the. World and you can do that I. Think, that's it and I think it's the one thing in, their empire that they can't control is asked by the medium they. Control every other aspect of their day no, one moves at Alabama with Nick, saban's approval and I'm sure the same thing with Bill bell. Check back in the day, now, and Bill Parcells back in the day and it's like all, right this media, member just I'm gonna send. A message to the next one if they think that the, media is gonna stop asking questions that because of a little terse back, and forth, they're, nuts because in. The media love is and I can get saved. Open up I'll get famous off. It which is not the way to do it but Maria, Taylor has perfectly good serious, question absolutely I? Mean I think in the next time which again, Doug Peterson the. Common ingredient duck Peterson was as media-friendly as you got now he won a Super Bowl, and people. Are asking him his quarterback and the second time this off season he's. Gone like basically got really angry at people for asking who's starting quarterback which every coach should be prepared for. That question so it's got to be something about these coaches these high ego highly. Successful coaches are coming up, next we'll talk about the NFL cuts after, week four NFL picks will get to in. A. Little bit, and a little bit of college football, stick, around we're, lose NBC sports radio Taking.
Turkish lira rallies as new US tariffs loom
"The Turkish lira is stronger today but the standoff between the US and Turkey still shows no sign. Of slowing Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El din reports from John bull, we heard from the spokesperson for, the White, House instead that they believe Turkey would do the right thing response we got early Wednesday was very clear from the Turkish government new tariffs imposed on American goods Additional hundred and twenty percent on cars fifteen percent on. Rice another. One, hundred and forty percent on, spirits of course. This all around the controversy of the American pastor was being, held here in Turkey Andrew Brunson the Turkish government also struck, down an appeal from the lawyer of Mr. Brunson and now, this, case goes to the appeals court has three days to, make a decision, on,
Erdogan says Turkey will boycott US electronic goods, including Apple’s iPhone
"Lira is resuming declines as. Measures announced by the central Bank. Proved insufficient to stem around in the currency this as president air to on shows no sign of backing down in. A standoff with the. US which sanctioned to ministers in his government in a spat over the detention of an American pastor, in Turkey for more let's go live to stand board daybreak Middle. East anchor Yousef Gamal El Deen is standing by Yussef let's kick it off with the political developments I guess overnight since president air to one attacked the iphone Matt stories, been moving fast so we had the. Speech from from president as you pointed, out where he threatened that. They would, be moving away from the United States in terms of that trade relationship he. Specifically mentioned tech the US is Turkey's. Large four fourth largest trade, partner after, Russia and China so, it's not an unimportant relationship and then you had the Russian Foreign Minister in town for good measure. For ideological fix. If you wanted, to send. The signal across the pond. We hide the US response in the forms of their in the form of their spokesperson who said we believe Turkey. Needs to do the right thing and they're gonna come through with that and now this the last few minutes Matt Turkey raises the bar once again we understand that now they've raised customs tax on some US goods. Including vehicles so you're looking at twenty two items mobile. Phones are. Not included but again it does. Include rice alcoholic beverages and one hundred and. Twenty percent on passenger cars and other motor vehicles sixty percent On cosmetics so once again after. The clear threats yesterday in his speech here the government following me. Up with, some additional measures and arguably raising the stakes for the remainder of the day. Guys yes certainly raising the stakes aired. On not giving up her. That easily, it seems attention also, turning towards foreign currency bonds cease if that Turkish companies hold run us through the numbers here The conversation there on interest rates is. Not over yet even. Though the, president has made clear that he thinks this is evil and a tool of exploitation domestically there have been more and more voices who are. Calling for tighter monetary policy and it's because of this domestic. Pressure that is growing speculation that the central Bank may move on rates but not necessarily at. An emergency session more likely at its regularly scheduled meeting you mentioned the bonds Bloomberg's crunch the, numbers you looking at sixteen. Billion dollars worth of foreign denominated bonds that are gonna come to you by the end of twenty nineteen the, first, company that's up as. Coca Cola each a check they've got five hundred million dollars in the senior unsecured note that's coming you on October one so this again goes to show that if this is going. To, turn into a debt crisis it's not gonna happen overnight and the. Real damage is going to be done if the lira stay at low levels for prolonged periods of yeah I mean We've already heard of foreign shoppers getting super giant discounts on like luxury items but I wonder, when the tables turn and. Retailer start raising prices have you seen inflation on regular things when you go out to eat Yussef or people, already. Raising prices Not just yet I'd say the majority of the interactions that. I've had, and the. Goods that I've purchased which mind you have not been luxury? Goods just yet basic goods to survive and get through the day here. This bull those remained unchanged with the exception of of fuel prices selectively at certain retail outlets but again you're right the question becomes is how, quickly is that going to change the exchange houses have been very. Quick to. Reprise and. Reprise quite accurately we. Went. Through some of the shopping. Streets and they were offering liras, at quite a realistic great, given, global markets are. Trading that particular play but we'll keep a close eye on that over the, coming days of course
Turkish central bank tries to contain currency crisis
"Backing down from his standoff with. The United States Bloomberg's Yousef. Gamal El Deen joins us with the latest from Istanbul good morning Yousef the morning Bob and Karen it's been a dramatic. Few hours four Turkey over the weekend president read. Subtitles on pen than editorial in the New, York Times outlining the country's tastes in the dispute over the American pastor that's being held in Turkey also on. The score that they are looking at alternatives when it comes to the
Lebanon holds 1st parliamentary elections in 9 years
"The polls are open today in lebanon's first parliamentary election in nine years under new laws based on proportional representation that meant to more accurately represent the nation's complex sectarian demographics yousef gamal el din is on the road he's imbera these on the grind for this historic use of good to finally see this morning so how's it looking what's the sense on the ground there is there is a sense of excitement these are the first elections since two thousand nine it's been a while yes so basically you're looking here at a historic day for lebanon at profound moment for this part of the world and as you mentioned the first parliamentary vote since two thousand and nine to doing it a little bit differently this time round based on proportional representation as you pointed out the stakes are very high for the country you're also of course given stark reminders of what happens with secretary intentions get out of control those bullets written hotel right around the corner we're here at the inner call in which is really part of the broader development in the glitzy downtown area of beirut but a few key questions to ask is a are we going to see a government formed quickly and candy pushed through reforms that are needed to unlock billions of dollars in investments and the other question to ask is what's going to happen to hezbollah that is the iran backed group here what kind of a chievements can date deliver and how does that fit into the broader geopolitical picture remember we're up against a hard deadline on may twelve united states is expected to make a decision on sanctions on iran with a possible domino effect that could be felt very much here in downtown beirut the story around foreign investors and this is absolutely key if you think about the fact that thirty percent of eurobonds are owned by foreign investors it's been quite a bit of movement on.
"gamal" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Because for me didn't quite work and i think i think quite work i was like i'm not sure this movie's really working on me in the way it's supposing as much as this movie didn't work for me this particular scene i think clicked really well because of you know the performance if ns because of the slow creeping realization of what he had to do in him like working through it kind of helps too that this isn't as bad as it wasn't a lot of other marvel movies like you can see some of the performance in the character there the the death in the fact that he had to do it was all kind of moving definitely moving for me 'cause i think we get a sense that this is permanent this doesn't feel like one of those coming maybe deaths that'll be reverted eventually but my my big issue with the scene i guess is that this movie really turns maura into really passive character and understand that her relationship with anna is one built out of childhood abuse basically right he kidnapped her he obliterated her family and her you know half her planet so she is kind of powerless against him that was just kind of tough to see i guess like just given how bad ass and how much we've seen from good more and i think the fact that she didn't even realize what was happening like until it was too late kind of that just made me sad like does that tell us oh man she thinks little of him that he props you know he can't possibly love anything which is what she says but i wish she caught onto what was actually going to happen the little cedar because it didn't seem to give that character credit i guess it was setting to me that gamal like fantasies love for immoral was used against her you know and yep yep like it was deeply upsetting but i don't know that it was.
"gamal" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"To that house you still have half a planet but like captain america said we don't trade in lives to make things better that because your planet made mistakes zamin the whole universe is destined to make these mistakes i dunno possibly some of them are possibly some of them aren't but that's the best part of then of says that he's not doing this because he's evil he's doing this because he thinks he's right he has conviction sympathetic motivations like kill monger who to me was the best villain up until this point it's almost like they took the the sinister charm and charisma of loki and then they took the sympathetic motivations of kill maga and just combined it into one so let's take the the two best that we have and make one yes especially i always wanted i wanted to wait for a second viewing to kind of make where this movie stands mc you and as far as what i feel about it and the characters and especially thanos and definitely held up the second time when i was doing it just an incredible casual like we said before josh brolin is the motion capture and you can just see the emotion on his face when he's going to those tough moments you could see the hesitant in his eyes and his his facial expressions it's great i think on a second viewing i don't know the first the first time i watched it i was so tense the whole time i was like who's gonna die someone's gonna die how are they going to do it so the second time around i feel like you really get to appreciate like everything like when you see thanos come to the decision to kill gamal like you said you could see josh berlin's like acting on his face he is clearly unhappy about that decision but he still does it and i don't know like i really liked it all even when doctor strange asks in what he's going to do when he's done so go sit back and watch the sunrise on a grateful universe really the fact that he thinks that universal be grateful to him to write.
"gamal" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show
"I think that marvel has shot themselves in the foot a little bit because death isn't permanent in any of these movies really like with the exception of yon do and villains quicksilver and quicksilver right like i don't know i see everyone die at the end of this movie and i'm like it's a cliffhanger there's no i think that by the end of a vendor's four characters will die but this was supposed to be the reset right this was supposed to be the end of it all and i walk out of this and i'm like i don't buy it and i don't like do you guys think that there are people in this movie who are permanently dead or do you think that there's a world in which you know we have our little captain marvel sos at the end of this movie do you think that we could potentially come out of this you know should every rights nigga or you know contracting goshi ation go through and every once come back for face for like do you think they could bring everyone back i think two things i think there's two ways of that is that one everybody who turned to ash death is up in the air i think he died a more oriole death like loki getting strangled 'camorra falling i think envision i think they are permanently even gamal they could do a star trek three kind of bring back then we'll we'll we'll get to like what happens in the future of the mci at the end of this but i think that there are very practical considerations that i you know i know about like she's filming the avatar sequels next for years like she's not going to be available like i think that there's going to be i think if you saw them physically you like get hurt in their body is broken i think they might be dead everyone else kind of turn to ask that to me suggests suggest a magical thing that can be undone.
"gamal" Discussed on TechStuff
"Enough information that if they have a sufficiently powerful computer and enough time on their hands they can decrypt it that if is a big one though because if you're using pretty strong encryption it would take weeks or months or more likely years to decrypt the messages now in a recent episode i talked about quantum computers with a classical computer like i said figuring out prime numbers for really large number takes an incredibly long time depending on the size of the number it could take like i said years for classical computer to sort it out but a quantum computer if it sufficiently powerful could solve those problems much more quickly using a process called shore's algorithm so if you have a quantum computer with a sufficient number of cubits you could crack this type of encryption relatively quickly and pretty reliably so it's therefore imperative to look at new methods of encryption in order to avoid a situation in which the i really power awful quantum computer effectively gets a skeleton key to all encrypted messages that have been sent across the internet now let's talk a second about the history of end to end encryption and then a bit more about the absence services that use it and some that do not use it in one thousand nine hundred seventy five whitfield dippy and martin hellman proposed the concept of using public and private key combinations in order to distribute symmetric encryption keys it's possible they weren't the first to consider this to there's been some evidence to suggest the british secret service had come up with a similar approach but never really did anything with it their idea was the basis not just for the algorithm but if you others as well like the el gamal crypto system which was named after tahir l gamal or the ds a system also known as the digital signature algorithm invented by guy named a david kravitz as well as the divvy hillman crypto system which.
"gamal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hour from dubai is yousef gamal el dina very good morning to you yousef good morning good morning markus cloud formation here in dubai which is rare but you know what without the geopolitics we wouldn't have a lot of volatility in these markets because there isn't a lot of economic data out in the next few hours so that's gonna be front and center of our conversations yeah absolutely i mean we have to some extent seem volatility over the weekend with the us uk and franz firing one hundred five cruise missiles against three syrian targets we're going to deal with the aftermath this morning we're talking of course about the diplomatic aftermath with russia uses as well as well here in the uk domestically to isa may maybe facing some questions in parliament today because plenty of mp's think that parliament should have been given a great to say before she pulled the trigger so to speak to gather with donald trump in russia looking at markets this morning use of asian stocks have reversed ernie gains to trade mostly lower the asia pacific index retreating about almost two tenths of one percent we're seeing losses in china and chinese markets leading the way lower the hang seng index higher off by one and a half percent and the shanghai composite in mainland china also off by run about one and a half percent when it comes to fx the bloomberg dollar spot index little changed as we speak cftc data showed hedge funds are the most bearish on the greenback in five years the japanese yen received a bump earlier as pulse sir show falling support for prime minister shinzo are that japanese yen still strengthening by about a tenth of one percent against the greenback rosa keeping an eye on russian assets today in the aftermath of the syrian strikes the ruble is sharply lower against the euro this morning off by one point six percent treasury yields taking higher meanwhile with the ten year at two point eight three four percent and when it comes to commodities all prices softening today brent crude off by percentage points at seventy one dollars.
"gamal" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"I was just appalled welcome nemoto rich tung could have got see property refill i was young within i think i was in to a couple of hundred thousand got a cheap bananas worse the millions to look at me trying to rent while you're trying to lease moms on them all you see my name sitting on the team showed he got a parade of mortgage won't do to section eight but i still got some rest that saw election night piece to the paddock within the pawtucket three meter on thursday that up dogma see always been different never care what they thought of me stood a free style king boldly thought of me merit a city folk fought run instead a bag like go force free forever need an old course she says the lifeblood member she is the whole for old boss oh boy by go boy had this stat ignored behind me moment was ago blood but much depends those gamal used to spend the money none aspect the bag of more the big grams not only rods that used the body dominance now need mass that used to ride the ice now best and go the ragged clothes nanogram all stow doping the additional 5 potted in the streets swam not a liar stood of free style king feb decide and it's still get you hit murderforhire a my name is not me i am the queen of rap and i am between arap because i warmly natural stones in copper i actually grab the stones income the natural stone come from behavior.
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"gamal" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Control systems suppliers that provide integrated control and safety systems with no guidance to the end users about the mixing of control and safety there should be no sharing of sensors actuators and or hm eyes by safety and nonsafety systems or you have effectively lost safety and quote a database of the mungo de be variety of california voters was found exposed online and compromise by attackers late last week the data appears to have been compiled by some third party not the state of california which says the state systems and data are secure california is investigating after turning down an offer from autos last week gamal toe has agreed to be acquired by tala's for a reported some of nearly four point five billion dollars with a b callous will roll its own recently reorganized digital business into gamal toe with that combined business keeping the gun alto name the acquisition is said by the financial times to create a topthree digital security player the purchases expected to close in the second half of 2018 and finally do you find yourself just passively consuming social media content click scroll scrolls grown quick click like that there's research out from several sources including the university of california san diego and yale that suggests social media may impair mental health it seems that facebook and so forth can lead to as the times of london puts it depression low selfesteem and feelings of isolation particularly among the young thus york tween child seems a dull dog and why because the kid down the block is faced booking away from disney world while your child is still stuck in rosado or nutley or overland park or smethwick or wherever and so your child might suffer low moods facebook has begun to engage with this research the company's director of research commented quote in general when people spend a lot of time passively consuming information reading but not interacting with people they report feeling were.
"gamal" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Gamal andrew gum pat bouzo him time jerian aragon red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye yeah so we're just in this discussion here about what was said over the weekend yeah the budget director of the oon be budget director mick mulvaney uh he spoke over the weekend by the way i go i point to him we talk about that hidden tax bracket in the house uh tax bill right i point to mulvaney making the comment uh that even if you capped the highest tax rate in place the rich because we have a progressive tax system the rich would still get a bit of a tax cut because of each of those brackets of their earnings along the way and he explained that and then next thing you know we've got that um it said the what they call the hidden bracket to make up the idea is that they would make up for that within that bracket range of y one million to one point two million so then he starts talking about over the weekend about the individual mandate and says well the white house will likely move to you know have republicans drop that if it impedes the passing of the tax bill but my question is then then how do you do that so it's not in the house version it's in the senate version but the senate gets the benefit of that two hundred and some odd you know uh billion dollar you know room i look at the at the salary cap look in the nfl but est it's that room basically if in other words if they take the repeal outs then they've got a go make that up somewhere else uh and once you start moving something else which is to say that they probably would have to take a another tax cut a way out of the senate version i don't know how you get there i really don't this is the problem they're having altogether while achieving a you're you're talking about that while they can't even get rid of the mandate alone while india talking about obamacare we couldn't we could get recovered of the the.
"gamal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Between the us and puerto rico another major retailers suburbs a data pretrade me she's david packer has more whole foods says the credit and debit card information shen of customers who bought meals are drinks at its instore restaurants are tap rooms may have been exposed to hackers the supermarket chain which was recently acquired by amazon says the databreach should not affect its main checkout register as or any online amazon transactions whole foods is set up a link on its home page do a website but allows customers to see if a store they visited is involved in the databreach the company did not reveal when it discovered the hack but says it's investigating dave packer abc news how william lush parse catalan president carlos put gamal at a pro independence rally held friday in barcelona capital spanish region of catalonia catalonia is going to hold a contested referendum vote on sunday on independence that the spain's central government has declared illegal police have confiscated about ten million ballot paper papers and some one point three million posters advertising the referendum and a blocked the distribution of ballot boxes catalonia's rule separatists coalition have promised to declare independence and 48 hours if the referendum results favour independence second girl involved in the slender ban case in wisconsin it's pled guilty mary van de velde has more year old morgan guys has agreed to plead guilty in a deal they calls for her to avoid prison time but remained in a state mental hospital intel doctors and the judge determine how launch he should stay geiszer is one of two girls charged with stabbing a classmate to impress the fictitious slender man any he we're was also charged in pled guilty in 2014 attack in waukesha she faces three years in.
"gamal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Called this week of dill un hung a picture man didn't just hang a picture of a bunch of pictures and bathroom hooks for which the margin of error was made the sixteenth th of an inch and then hoping to go awry and then you would have had could in fact on one of them truth be told a stood back and looked at i went okay that doesn't look straight up and down right right so i called brendan for the review because that's what you do nothing than to bring your wife and and you explained to her whites not perfect and i said got his my witness brenda i believe this is an optical illusion that the way the hook ekeus curved it makes it look center but in fact it is perpendicular to the floor in her exact words were huh huh and that's the way that went on i'm sorry wasn't there for that this has just been handed me the cubs parade was the seventh largest gathering in human history here's the top ten thank you olof number ten the hajj pilgrimage you mentioned that in mecca saudi arabia tueni 2012 three million oh no number nine don't say it is a rod stewart concert in 1994 that was the ninth largest gathering in human history of rod stewart concert he promised it would be his last the funeral of gamal adel nazeer in cairo egypt in nineteen seventy two five million the cubs worlds series parade in chicago and 2016 five million the youth day and manila also five million pope francis in manila six million it's okay to be beaten by a pope to not okay to be by rod stewart the funeral of ayatollah khamenei in iran drew ten million i i wonder how many of those people that silvano entirely the silt ten million number three at the funeral of somebody whose name i can't pronounce see an honor durai in india in nineteen sixty nine fifteen million a festival in iraq drew seventeen million in 2014 and the number one largescale katherine of humans in history was the koumba of primp pilgrimage in india in 2013 thirty million people ciller in the top ten which is nice right but all of those have happened within the past not all of them but the the jointly fourteen as ten years 2016 2012 five years num think of that.