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ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual

Talking Machines

05:53 min | 3 months ago

ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual

"I'm Katherine Foreman and I'm neal learns and today we are bringing you breaking our format. Our usual format our new usual format a little bit kneel at we have the opportunity to sit down with the General Chair and senior program chair or this year's interruption of the international conference on learning representations I clear which was entirely virtual this year Alexander Rush of Cornell and Shakira Muhammad of deep. Mind thank you so much for joining us today. I really appreciate it off. Excellent Catherine great to be here. I'd love to do a little bit of background on. I clear I just sort of like mainly to give us a sort of a context for the conference in in the ecosystem of other conferences. WanNa know how did the conference get to where it is today? Yes thank you neil. That sounds like a very good question. How the conference get to where it is today. This year was already breaking ground. It was going to be taking place in Ethiopia which I think is the first time any of the large conferences have been held on the African continent But then all of a sudden we had this massive global change and it was decided that the conference would take place entirely. Virtually so Sasha. I'd love to hear from you a little bit more about how you see. I clear fitting into the larger system of conferences. And what your experience with. It's been and how this change took place shore so this was the eighth international conference of learning representations but it was run as a workshop for several years so it started in two thousand thirteen. And I think what's remarkable about the conference it's been experiencing exponential growth for the last basically for its entire history and so it's a conference where everyone is kind of a newcomer each year. We have most people kind of experiencing it for their first time. I think personally I didn't really attend. I clear till about three or four years ago and I was coming from it from the natural language processing community so conferences like ACL P that she makes up a relatively large part of kind of this multi disciplinary area. It's a conference. That kind of welcomes a large group of people doing different forms of representation learning and deep learning and things of that form I think it differs from some of the other machine learning conferences in that. It's a bit more experimental. I think a lot of people know it for its experimental reviewing format and for the structure of how it's laid out and I think one of the reasons it was so interesting to work on is because it's a conference that kind of allows for more experimentation in its format in its structure and we took that to heart in both the venue this year and also in kind of change to the virtual conference format. So this sort of like the experimental stuff it does on its own. It was the first to open reviewing. And then there's the experimental stuff that's forced upon it so. I find so amazing. What you had to do this year is first of all you were taking a major conference to the African continent for the first time which was a major undertaking in itself. And then you had to cancel the first major conference on the African continent. Tell us how how I don't know who's best to sort of speak to that. She cared. Do you want to tell us how that came about? And how you reacted yes. I think we were actually quite far along in our work dealing with the European conference it was going to be in a great venue in the Millennium Hall. Very close to the airport in Ethiopia. Lots of things have been set up. Even down to the whole Shedu of the conference itself was set up. The we're going be three. Parallel tracks experimented the conference in that way. All the keynotes. All the speaking. The setup of the post is all of these kinds of things are done and then it was a difficult time the end of February the beginning of March when it was very clear that the long run of cove it and would come into effect and a lot of consideration and debate with many many different kinds of people around actually cancelling the conference. But I think in the end You know it was obviously a good decision. Forced us to experiment in the new way so I was pretty happy with the with the end to actually get to do it. So what was the thing that Chicago pops happiest about about the way the conference went the thing that surprised you the most because I know both of you I mean it must be in so much stress. Just organizing a major conference like this is like major stress in in the base case and then organizing one where you have to reorganize the entire conference within the space of a few weeks. I just can't imagine it but let's start with the positive things and and pats that recession. Say She Sasha. What was the thing that you most pleasantly surprised about about the conference? Yeah so there. I think there were a lot of things that kind of were unexpected or kind of emergent behavior. That came up during the conference itself. The part that I think I spent the most time on and was most excited about was the the social interactions particularly chat and the socials. That emerged I think that was the part we were most worried about. It's the part I get the most out of conferences talking to experts in the field kind of having conversations that you didn't expect or learning about papers that you didn't know that we're coming. We really built that around kind of slack. Like chat experience and seeing the different topic rooms emerged. There was a very interesting created. A I room. That came out of nowhere. The community had several very interesting events. That were just so neat to attend and then we also ran several mentoring sessions just kind of out of nowhere in the middle of the conference that were super interesting and kind of almost better than I would have imagined. That could have occurred. Say getting a drink at a bar at an normal conference

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"general chair" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"general chair" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

Motors Gayle President Trump Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington U. S. Oscar Fema
Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

Motors Gayle President Trump Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington U. S. Oscar Fema
Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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"general chair" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"general chair" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Adams disagreed that it was too little too late although Adams described the policy a systematic abuse he says community members who didn't take action to end the policy are also at fault for it critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty Ellery Clinton was on board an American Airlines flight that was grounded on the tarmac at LaGuardia just after three PM due to a mechanical issue a law enforcement source tells CNN flight twenty one forty four scheduled to fly to DC's Reagan airport was forced to return to the gate after ground crew personnel detected a problem the pilots reported feeling the plane shake and then saw smoke metal debris was later discovered in the area where the problem occurred American era lie officials say passengers were able to catch another flight to DC the MTA is suggesting it will roll out a pilot program in March ending cash transactions on board Long Island Rail Road trains advocates and labor leaders say that would inconvenience customers and Vincent tested Tory junior the vice general chair of the sheet metal air rail transportation union agrees it's not a good idea I think passengers with disabilities senior citizens people that don't have the means to purchase tickets with credit not being afforded the opportunity to buy tickets on board trains with cash is irresponsible in the mean time MTA chairman Patrick for he says well discuss the idea at next month's regular board meeting before deciding whether to ban cash told transactions that is on board Long Island railroad trains it is three oh seven on WCBS police are after bike riding feeds to rob a woman at gunpoint in Manhattan that's coming up in three minutes so here with the word that's just weird Terry cloth who is Terry and why does he get his own fabric the journey below SPF fifty five awesome we then is.

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"general chair" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"general chair" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Apply I yes and so we're gonna go around the country now different newspapers I'm gonna read the headlines off websites off the newspapers you'll see how much of it's all the same we know about the five day cease fire allegedly is to permit the courage to leave the affected areas in the safe zone and permit Turkey to basically invade northern Syrian cut out of the twelve mile strip for themselves but if you want to call that a a great deal a great win something beautiful something wonderful something grand something great saving millions of lives go ahead make my day is better than killing each other but I don't think this is going to last maybe I'm wrong I hope I'm wrong but I don't know them all we're gonna go to Kurdistan right now we have a caller believe it or not yes a call to the savage nation in Kurdistan name Peter Peter welcome to the program are you actually in Kurdistan yes I am and thanks for taking my call doc savage what what are you doing that you're an aid worker I understand here's a humanitarian aid worker yes Sir that is correct alright so what do you think is going to happen with the Kurds go along with this peace plan at this point in time no I do not believe they will because what our government asking is for them to totally disarm themselves and also he wants to destroy all of their bases within the year all of the fortifications that would meaning so basically he's wanting them to be useless so in other words he wants to to nullify their fighting capacity for ever everything exactly are you sure that's part of the peace plan because without reading that in any any report out here in the in the news world yeah that's that's what I'm I'm reading I got to take you on your word so why is trump trumpeting this is the greatest peace plan in history it's it's very disturbing because I I feel a lot more slaughter ahead of us and it's it's it's heartbreaking so what do you mean the Kurds and not going to become passive not going to give up their weapons and and fighting will break out yeah that's exactly what I'm saying I mean everybody I I need with general chair almost every night me with many of the government officials and that's exactly what I'm saying that's exactly what I'm hearing they're not about to allow that to happen to disarm themselves against one of the greatest enemy so why is pens claiming that this is a done deal a five day cease fire I have no idea I was hoping you could give me some insight on that because I am zero insight because as you may know if you've heard.

"general chair" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"general chair" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nine o'clock tonight coming up at seven tonight. It's. Bucks in sixty. I'm sorry courtside at the Milwaukee Bucks. One of our other specialty programs Darvin ham, the special guest, Milwaukee Bucks. Assistant coach will be part of the program tonight at eight oh seven. The Ryder Cup is on the horizon. Believe it or not the next major event in Gulf to happen in the state of Wisconsin is the twenty twenty Ryder Cup in spent some time in colour couple of weeks ago. Celebrating a anniversary with my wife was incredible. They always roll out the red carpet at Kohler wherever you're at in colour enjoys it's wonderful. I had a great experience in walking around and entering the swings studio. These wonderful golf, simulators they have on the grounds that the shops that would late I couldn't help. But notice all the Ryder Cup stuff that was available. So if you're looking for some last minute shopping ideas, and you're not too far away from colour, it'd take a quick buzz in the in on Woodlake area the shops air and pop into the colour swing studio, and you will see all sorts of Ryder Cup stuff. It is on preparations well underway for maybe the premier event in all of golf and joining us on the line right now, he is the director of the Ryder Cup. Happy to be. Joined by Jason mango. Hi, Jason great. Good evening. How are you? I'm doing. Well. So I was very curious to see all the stuff. It looks great merchandise on sale and available for pickup today if you're so inclined. But I also got me to thinking about the the infrastructure and things happening at the course in what is going on in what level of planning where are you right now, you're a couple years away. But I know it's it's already up and running with getting everything planned out for an event of this magnitude where are you guys at? Yeah. Physically where I'm at is. I'm sitting in the Ryder Cup office, which is located in the parking lot here. What's going straight? Then you know, we've actually had the dolphins open here for about a year. So it really is a long runway to get ready for what may be the most significant sporting Thompson. That that's not to be taken lightly. Right. I mean, they having the Ryder Cup great to get another Ryder Cup. How much have the success of the recent PJ championships? How much does that play into whistling straights? Ability to land is incredible event. Yeah, I you go back to to really following the two thousand four PJ championship. What an unparalleled success that. That was. And then the discussion started about two thousand ten and two thousand fifteen and two thousand twenty and now here we are about to turn the clock. Yeah. Over to twenty nineteen and and be really a year away from from the world coming back to Wisconsin. I got a note the other day Jason about the hospitality, the corporate hospitality, and it. My right in saying this it's sold out and you're trying to make room for more. Yeah. So that was. We take a walk around the golf course if you will really what we've seen so far is is an unprecedented level of support. It's frankly, a little little humbling for those of us that are involved, but not entirely surprising. So you know, we that release was. Typically, referencing are thirty person suites package, which we've never had it before and the state, and you know, since we we went to fail the general public on hand one. We we've seen that product sell our team. Our our per villager fifteen coach LA village. Fifteen LA village are eighteen whole villages are all sold out. So we're we're looking for for new real estate, and we just happened to come across some space laughed at one green, which which really brings. In a whole new element to exciting. I it. And I guess there was maybe some benefit to having the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine a couple of years ago, another mid western course, in Minnesota. Sure. You guys were able to spend some time there and maybe develop a best practices list. But how much of that carries over given the venues are different proximity to lodging is different. I mean, really it's it's the same event. But but the template it's it can't be overly consistent from one year to the next. Can't it. Yes. And no to we actually took our host committee over to handle team they met with our counterpart definitely came back with some good some good notes. But each each stadium that you will each court is different. So we're we're actually fortunate here to to have the the roadmap from the last three PVA to lean on and noted a recent mid west Ryder Cup. But it is you know, we're or rapper thing that stuff, but the blueprints that were following tonight is much different than the PGA championship. What sort of role do the folks who will help put on the PGA championship have in this planning for the Ryder Cup or do? They have any role at all here. Jason. Yeah. Well, we'll from the husband is is you know, we were fortunate that actually have years of multiple event history here so data colour general chair, Michael Lonsdale are might share are the that committee is frankly, one of the most experienced executive committees. We've ever had our team from the PJ of America. We've got many of the faith is back this time around which I think is. Is fantastic selfishly speaking to have rpime so's season Jason medals. The director of the Ryder Cup it'll be whistling straights in twenty twenty. Where's your home base? Jason and how much time are you spending. How many years will you spend living in Wisconsin? Well, yeah, you go back to to two thousand thirteen when we arrived here for the twenty fifteen PGA championship. And then our team went to Charlotte for two years, and then moved back here after the PJ championship in two thousand seventeen year into it now, and we'll be here for at least two more years through the Ryder Cup three years swaying in market. But I tell you planning for for twenty twenty certainly predate my rival for the twenty fifteen PJ championship in two thousand thirteen and and I can tell you that the, you know, the the leaders here at Kohler have been thinking about it for longer than that Jason as you build out the grandstands in all the areas that will house people who wanna watch this incredible event. Are you looking at it from a standpoint where you you envision the attendance per day to be greater than that of the PGA championship. Yeah, we're we're still finalizing those numbers. But I think regardless of where the. Capacity. If you will. Ends up. The demand is so much greater anything about a PGA championship. And when we were here the Browns sold out, but you know, the the Ryder Cup is one of those events. It's like the Super Bowl where they're only available through a random draw process. So that means the supply can keep up with the demand. Well, that's a good thing. Right. I think that's a good thing. Right. Great thing. You mentioned the PGA championship. Now. I know the PGA championship not to be all topic here. But it is moving to a different time of the year. It'll be golf's second major moving forward will that you believe impact the ability for, of course, like whistling straights. Mid western course to host the event. You know, you never know my my day to day responsibilities making sure we not twenty twenty out of the park. And and if we do that, you never know what the future will bring. Well. And I think this is a tremendously exciting event to have it whistling straights. Certainly a premier course in the country and just being part of the PGA championship events that have come through even the US open on the women's side a black wolf run. It just it. It's bigger and better every time. I.

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"general chair" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I think that you're probably your question kinda refers to what the Democrats say is the Kagan. Standard you wanna remember that Republicans and Democrats or at least Republicans wanted to get the solicitor general Documentations that she had at that particular time and they were not Our request was not responded to because of the sensitivity of them and all I can say in, return to your answer is when it comes to the White House chief of staff position that Cavanaugh held that probably when you consider all the massive communication and paper that the president has between him and his cabinet people that you'll probably could easily judge that the staff chief-of-staff papers are. Probably more sensitive than anything that was in, the solicitor general paper so based upon that premise and, that's procedure we feel that that asking for them is not anything but a Point of delaying the confirmation of cavenaugh you may want to add something to that yeah I think of when he was staff secretary that the I think there are a lot of parallels there's sensitivity it's one of the reasons why then. Senator sessions didn't even request the solicitor general's, documents and I think for the same reasons the rationale, applies today's I wanna learn about what he has. Done and. They three hundred and seven pensions and in his writings about his jurisprudence and whether or. Not he's qualified to be in the, role of supreme court Understanding moreover those those are those. Are talking points not. The development of policy and it very significant distinction between the two of those serving as the president's inbox and outbox very different than being involved in something as a policy matter Mike Lee of Utah Aggressive Yeah Yeah I think I think is wonderful, opportunity three weeks, ago maybe even the week after he was. Nominated we had several. Conversations And and It looked like when they ask for every Email in those six years that included even mentioned of the cavenaugh name and you're talking about twenty four Divisions of the White House where those emails could have. Encompassed of, how unreasonable it's just a mention of cavenaugh just, think of what that would have included beyond what we've already talked about that we know so consequently we talk for two or, three weeks and. Negotiate and they didn't even want to sign a letter where we, all agreed what ought to. Calm even if there was some disagreement what didn't come so if they don't want to cooperate on what we agree on I had to go ahead If you think about that this is just another example of where I don't believe the the. Democrats are negotiating in good faith chair Grassley sat down and. Said there's, a universe of documents from seven to ten million that may. Have through the secretary's office there's a, much smaller universe where the documents were actually created by Mr. Cavanaugh and he was a discussion to say we could we could possibly come to terms to provide you access with things where you, can reasonably expect that he authored the documents come up with search terms that we mutually agreed. To and, they didn't want to do it so that's not, another example of we've already made the decision that's no we're going to do everything we can to delay the vote they were, not negotiating in. Good faith and I appreciate chair Grassley trying to get their Tom, tell us of North Carolina Schedule Yeah I think who asked me about this, guy I think I have to give you the same. Answer I gave you the last two weeks sometime during September because we've got to make sure the floor of the documents that I think are now starting from the George W Bush presidential. Library I think very. Shortly some of those will be up. Here we've already got enough documents for people to get into right, now but we obviously gotta give time to go through what comes from the presidential. Library so maybe in a, week I can answer your. Question but right now I just wanna say sometime during the month of September Ratings Thing Well I think your, questions I'll answer your, question but I think it's very much unrelated to this and I. Can I'm not going to respond to what the president tweets because I don't get a chance to read all those. Tweets so I'm gonna tell you what my position, is and it's been this way for a, long long. Time I think Muller ought to proceed and get it over with and he should've got it over with. Yesterday but if you can't get it over, yesterday maybe Friday tomorrow it can be over because we've been going on for fifteen. Months I think the only thing I think that the press or the media's conflated two different. Issues what you're talking about is what wreck Kavanagh wrote about in relation to the Starr. Investigation and a lot of people are trying to say that trying to modernize it or advance it to two thousand. Eighteen and I think if you take a look at the, facts he he did a good. Job I discussed that with him when he was and I. Don't I don't see how the two can be entertained as they have been in the press last twenty four hours One more question okay Well you're saying is that fair to deal with the sensitive documents in the same way that, we did. Now Justice kagan's documents is that the? Question Right Keep in. Mind two things going here in spite of the fact that the Republicans never requested the sensitive documents when Kagan was solicitor general Chair Grassley got into an ago she say that perhaps. We will give you some insight into it the Democrats demonstrating that they're not negotiating in. Good faith didn't take us up on that offer so I would ask the Democrats are perhaps you should pose that question to Senator Shurmur don't you think it would have been appropriate to come to terms so, that we could have? Gotten insight into potentially some of. Those sensitive documents that maybe the. American people. Like insight into. That's decision Chuck Schumer mate and the members the democratic members of the committee it's not a decision Republicans made thank you From Capitol Hill a little. Bit earlier today Republican members of the Senate Judiciary committee including the committee chair Chuck rash light on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh and as the confirmation process goes on you can follow it on the c. span, networks earlier today at? An event hosted by axios Ivanka. Trump assistant to the president spoke. With the Mike Allen excuse me axios co founder and executive editor Our next guest is an entrepreneur a bestselling. Author and a graduate of the Wharton school of, business she oversaw development and acquisitions for the Trump organization and now she's. An adviser, to the. President vodka, Trump welcome to axios Hi everyone Much thank you,.

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"general chair" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on High Noon

"Owners could make if they all get aligned on the same program, they could say something like a difficult conversation around racial equality should not be hijacked by people who are enemies of football make this about football defending itself and trying to grapple with legitimate issues against people who may want to exploiting the game. Theoretically everyone grew, but they can't do that because he's most concerned with again, the public in bathe. Think this is what the public wants. Much of the public refuses to say anything. Otherwise leadership of said, public seems to. Thing. These guys don't really love to do. Curtis Stevens is our last name because on Saturday Stevens who's from Brownsville, Brooklyn, and who fought triple g for the title in twenty thirteen. When down to the Dominican Republic to fight Carlos Jairo crews in his hometown of Santiago, Day-Lewis kava gyros Stevens one win the ref stuff. The fight in the fourth round with the fans weren't happy. That's That's what. what. Signs. You know the plastic share as a projectile. Yeah, I did not expect the plastic. Wow. Oh, thought the aero dynamics wouldn't allow to be thrown like that. And as many of us all putting game till the chair gets thrown. Yeah. And you will see exactly how these objects ended up becoming very easy by the way. Curtis still in the ring as this is going on. Look at did why? Oh my God. What are they fighting over? I don't know. I can't tell who's fighting against whom it all just seems to be a general chair throwing part. Did that shared just like exploding it did values of those chairs aren't necessarily the highest caliber y'know? I feel like there's a lot of baseball players in there who just didn't make this throwing really was this is like dodge ball. But instead you're using these chairs and imagine this man if you've Brownsville, Brooklyn, that's Mike Tyson is from Frau's, hasn't been of a reputation does guys. Oh, you don't leave Brownsville to have this happened like he thought you gotten away from this whole thing? No. This is one of those away games that you have to truly calibrate. Yeah, this is real way it makes you reevaluate the level of courage. The rocky demonstrated when he went to Moscow in order to fight Yvonne. Drago is very similar kind of row game. I could've turned on you in such a way. I don't think fighting on the road is the way to go there. They are in the ring and I would have liked to see courtesy take the mic and go can change, then you can change. We all change. But if that guy is necessarily listen, if Curtis Stevens had the Mike, he'd been somebody please go to police. Luckily it is that what is that? How they say, where is the security? They might be throwing chairs, keep it real. What security going to do security do you think it was actually hired for this together? I seems like there was your role that dude into shirt, man try to run away. It's a kind of a little while to get a hold of the fact that the run needed to be his first move. There are a lot of people lingering around in joying the back and forth. There are a lot of white t shirts. They came out of pets notice that. I don't know if that's like the style of the Dominican Republic or that's just a testament to, you know, the living wage. There's a remarkable mix of people who seem to be very agitated and people who are kind of curious, let's find out what happens here. Yeah, there's, there's our man Curtis that Megyn over there in the corner of hers on, right. I'm sorry. Curtis is on the right and yeah, this is for a belt that no one really knows about. And we just getting into give somebody a Bill right champion despite wasn't worth the check. That's the question. How do you think that Schick? Well, I hope it would have a very important public service announcement. You can take this show to go by downloading the podcast. But Manni has one too, and so do I put some respect on my name. Discount. Now, the second thing I missed anywhere from nine to seven, he was like nine, seven Shogo short constantly being tested, challenged by the people responsible trek..

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"general chair" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The nc j von i've got to go back through your resume here a little bit because if somebody wants to know something about the nc jay and golf in northern california i think you're it because you were a board member of the i believe also a board member if not head of poppy holdings which operates the golf courses you're then president of the of the nc and then your interim executive director of the ncaa and now the general chair and i asked what's next in your retirement maybe like head marshal or what's next there i don't know i'm just fortunate that they they wanna add me here and and joy my time here there's no better place to come every day then the nc j headquarters here at poppy hills are just a wonderful staff great group of people and you know it's all about golf here and it's all about the members having the opportunity to play their own golf course affordable price in in the monterrey peninsula area hey vaughn is i know it's kinda late notice but you still have room for a few volunteers for the week we're pretty set you know i i was just absolutely amazed when we started the response soliciting volunteers in the response today if you look at my volunteer sheet i believe we have one hundred and seventy seven active people that are going to take part one two three or five days this week and were just really thankful you know we're in bright orange sporting the poppy colors and we can be seen even though there is a bit of fog this morning but basically we're we're we're right in tune with what we need to be doing but certainly anyone that wants to come out and see some very very talented ladies play golf this would be a good place to visit there were no spectator fees early in the week where parking at the overflow facility at spanish bay and will shuttle spectators here and then willie we believe by late thursday friday and saturday we'll be able to handle all the parking we need right here at poppy hills yvonne you hit on an interesting point about coming out to see the players as a golf instructor over the years i've always encouraged my young students and their parents to you know if they want to go somewhere in golf and weren about their game to go to an event like this we've got league players that this is really a great opportunity for both young boys and girls to go watch really elite players and see how they do it and this great opportunity and get up close and watch him and listen to what they're talking about oh i agree wholeheartedly with with what you're saying and i will tell you these young ladies are amazing just the quality good people they are in the quality of their game so today is their final chance at a practice round today and then balls in the air tomorrow morning dew days of stroke play and then matchplay rounder thirty two starts wednesday morning in the finals or what day saturday they played thirty six holes on saturday and you know von i think you you hit something right on the head you know you come down there and you park and they're gonna shuttle you in and you're going to be in the del monte forest going for a walk walking watching some of the best golf talent in the country and all while in the del monte forest and and just strolling around for free how do you beat that it's it's it's it should be a treat and once again these these these girls are amazing to see how good they can play and you last night and i don't know exactly what the numbers are but this was say they broke records for the number of qualifiers that attempted to make this field the one fifty six and there are a few international players also i know argentina australia new zealand and the korea and and chinese taipei or all represented here in this field i think there was a couple thousand entries throughout the country like you say to bring bring together the the very best hey and then we have to mention you're the golf course that lives in the shadow of poppy hills pebble beach is going to host the.

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"general chair" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To hooked on golf on can be are six eighty the sports leader welcome back to hooked on golf we are here at the happening bay golf links always enjoyed coming here we get here a couple of times a year hopefully we'll be back next year as well it's like home exactly right hey mitch joining us von kazarian with the nc g he's the general chair of the us j junior girls coming up this week and morning vaughn thanks for some time on a sunday morning how are you good morning mitch and john yes wonderful event we're having right here at poppy hills the us junior girls girls junior and hundred and fifty six of the best junior golfers in california and across the united states and well it's just absolutely awesome yeah that's quite a feather in your cap down there for the for the home court of the northern california golf association usda event as prestigious as that isn't it well we're really pleased to have been asked to invite the usda here and they accepted and certainly starting back in two thousand twelve when we made the decision to renovate the golf course make it more eco friendly with water conservation measures and and drainage and one of the goals of that project was to be able to host a national championship and it's come to fruition and we're quite excited that's great we're being joined by von kazarian with.

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"general chair" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"To network to meet on friends to start new collaborations and it's a conference i've been going to regularly for twenty years now that's great that's great so i'll talk to little aaron talk to aaron here now about his role in this conference and the sort of the uh angle in perhaps the interface with some of the researchers that are coming as a result of the conference happening here so jim is the the general chair of the conference and i'm serving as a local organizer to with some of the arrangements for the conference here especially because there's so many attendees coming to hawaii the benefit of that is that you know a lot of people do wanna come to hoi s to combine you know a good conference attending a very good conference like this as well as just being in hawaii that has the benefit to the university here in hawaii i've already i've already scheduled several lab tours of with attendees of that are coming to this conference so you know like jim said this is a great way to promote the research that we have going on at the university of hawaii make connections to people outside but still in this medical a community and you know begin collaborations and and keep going the collaborations that we have already so in terms of this conference so this is the first time that the conference is being held in hawaii yes and in terms of the the types of the researchers that are coming in there are they part of the the medical side of the research or are they part of the engineering school side of research on what what is the the cross section of the attendees that might be participating in this conference i would yeah i would say it's it's going to be a medical and and engineering perhaps a slight tilt toward engineering sixty to seventy percent engineering two of our keynotes are going to be delivered by medical doctors who have been to involved as chief medical officers of medical device companies one of them is going to be so these are the main addresses which will be delivered at the conference and one is going to be given by doctor francine kaufman who's part of medtronic diabetes which makes which is working towards an artificial patriots this is something which can control insulin more effectively versus the typical paradigm of a finger prick testing blood and then injected insulin for some time now they've had influenced pumps which give a more regular delivery insulin and now they're working towards implantable insulin.

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"general chair" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Be at the sheet metal workers union hall on shuttle avenue well it is day two affair saint louis jason derulo and andy grammer performing tonight and a game changer of course as you know fair saint louis is back at the arch grounds lewisville's that that's that's exercise that you used to have to go through to get from downtown onto the arts crowns was just it just didn't work well and so the visionary yards park foundation in this gorgeous renovation eliminated that limited that that situation so that now so the older courthouse all the way down to the refried it's just one gorgeous landscape beautiful entry and and and accessibility now it really ties the arch grounds back with the city where it where where it belongs cames humble general chair of the fear of course fireworks in the night tonight at nine thirty five the gates open again tomorrow at noon and you live in the city but downtown do you hear a lot of fireworks well the the view of the fireworks on wednesday from where i was was pretty spectacular awesome is pretty good fireworks display fireworks display although i will say being as high up as i am seeing the illegal fireworks display scattered across the city you know what i'm not going to say it because i'm not supposed to be it was awesome well you said it not me carol it was amazing but think as far as a fair saint louis is concerned yeah the the fireworks displays a really neat and i think tomorrow tomorrow's gonna be the day tomorrow is going to be the data go to see the finale or because of the weather just because of the winter if noon i see no reason to not go tomorrow it unless you're unless you're worried about the crowds of which there will be there'll be a lot of crafts we we are surrounded by fireworks and i and i live in a unincorporated part of saint clair county so i think they're legal oh boy people are shoot i mean i see professional displays at at people's farms around where i live well saw a professional display from atop the loft building next door people people were shooting fireworks off everywhere the fact is you can you can buy them it's not illegal to buy them in missouri illinois into missouri a live update on the gameboy war gas coming up at five forty with game of chief meteorologist steve templeton.

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"general chair" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And a game changer of course it is back at the st louis knows that that's that's longer exercise you used to have to go through to get from downtown onto the arts grants was just it just didn't work well and so the visionary gateway arch park foundation this gorgeous renovation eliminated that it limited that that situation so that now so the older courthouse all the way down to the front it's just one gorgeous landscaped beautiful entry and and and accessibility now it really ties the arch grounds back with the city where we're at a loss that's james bolt general chair fair of saint louis the gates open at noon tomorrow kmox news time four thirty four mercer county the latest county illinois to declare itself a sanctuary for gun owners the county board last night unanimously approved a resolution declaring that the county will stand up for gun owners second amendment rights mercer county is the thirtieth county in the state to adopt a gun sanctuary resolution elvis costello is cancelling the rest of his european tour after treatment for what he calls a small but very aggressive cancerous tumor sixty three year old kostelic whose hits include everyday i write the book and alison said he'd been forced to call off the final six dates of his tour which included concerts in croatia austria and sweden on medical grounds selo the said the spirits been more than willing but he now has to accept it's going to take longer than he wants to recover to full strength bill rake on cbs news komo news time four thirty five environmentalists will be glad to have scott pruitt out at the epa but some say his replacement has them still concerned environmental defense fund president fred krupp says pruitt's set about dismantling the epa and refuse to enforce smog standards crop expect interim epa head andrew wheeler to do the same and he says that's troubling we've made progress for sure but we've got to keep that progress going and i think anybody you know who hunts clean air should be concerned that instead of doing that we're going to keep the policies of of delay in serving.

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"general chair" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Earlier today the attorney general of new york eric schneiderman step down he was accused of physical abuse against four women in the new yorker magazine and resigned just hours after the story broke schneiderman had made a name for himself as a crusading progressive going after fraud on wall street and corporate america in general from volkswagen to exxon mobil even branding himself as an ally of metoo and suing harvey weinstein from washington marketplace's scott tong reports eric schneiderman went after bank of america merrill lynch for misleading investors blackrock for insider trading and barclays capital for securities violations he was third in the line of aggressive wall street enforcers in the attorney general chair starting with eliot spitzer and then andrew cuomo new york antitrust lawyer lloyd constantine that's took it to a level where he was defacto the most important enforcer in the country actually superseding the federal regulators at the time and shot him and continued that practice schneiderman had two big tools broad jurisdiction over banks and companies listed on wall street and a strong antifraud law that doesn't require proof of fraud or intent to subpoena company documents he didn't just go after banks also volkswagen trump university exxon mobil sports betting sites but here's the thing about his cases very few of them were litigated columbia law professor john coffee almost invariably publiclyheld firms do not want the publicity of a trial in some notoriety they settled and they settle off and it's significant amounts of money to his enemies in corporate america schneiderman wielded a big legal stick to prosecute extract money and showboat james fantastic teaches at brooklyn law school i'm sure there'll be some celebration by people who've been targeted by him and and you know sometimes people feel they've been unfairly targeted the question is whether anything changes under the next new york attorney general interest says it's traditionally been in office for aggressive oversight i'm scott tong for marketplace.

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"general chair" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Earlier today the attorney general of new york eric schneiderman step down he was accused of physical abuse against four women in the new yorker magazine resigned just hours after the story broke schneiderman had made a name for himself as a crusading progressive going after fraud on wall street and corporate america in general from volkswagen to exxon mobil even branding himself as an ally of metoo and suing harvey weinstein from washington marketplace's scott tong reports eric schneiderman went after bank of america merrill lynch for misleading investors blackrock for insider trading and barclays capital for securities finally since he was third in the line of aggressive wall street enforcers in the attorney general chair starting with eliot spitzer and then andrew cuomo antitrust lawyer lloyd constantine pitzer took it to a level where he was defacto the most important enforcer in the country actually superseding the federal regulators at the time and shot have been continued that practice schneiderman had two big tools bride jurisdiction over banks and companies listed on wall street and a strong antifraud law that doesn't require proof of fraud or intent to subpoena company documents it didn't just go after banks also volkswagen trump university exxon mobil sports betting sites but here's the thing about his cases kill them were litigated columbia law professor john coffee almost invariably publiclyheld firms do not want the publicity of a trial in some notoriety they settled and they settled off i missed significant amounts of money to his enemies in corporate america schneiderman wielded at big legal stick to prosecute extract money and showboat james santo teaches at brooklyn law school i'm sure there'll be some celebration by people who've been targeted by him and and you know sometimes people feel that they've been unfairly targeted question is whether anything changes under the next new york attorney general interest says it's traditionally been in office for aggressive oversight i'm scott tong for marketplace.

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"general chair" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on KCRW

"Earlier today the attorney general of new york eric schneiderman step down he was accused of physical abuse against four women in the new yorker magazine and resigned just hours after the story broke schneiderman had made a name for himself as a crusading progressive going after fraud on wall street and corporate america in general from volkswagen to exxon mobil even branding himself as an ally of metoo and suing harvey weinstein from washington marketplace's scott tong reports eric schneiderman went after bank of america merrill lynch for misleading investors blackrock for insider trading and barclays capital for securities violations he was third in the line of aggressive wall street enforcers in the attorney general chair starting with eliot spitzer and then andrew cuomo your antitrust lawyer lloyd constantine took it to a level where he was defacto the most important enforcer in the country actually superceding federal regulators at the time and schneiderman continued the practice schneiderman had two big tools broad jurisdiction over banks and companies listed on wall street and a strong antifraud law that doesn't require proof of fraud or intent to subpoena company documents he didn't just go after banks also volkswagen trump university exxon mobil sports betting sites but here's the thing about his cases of them were litigated columbia law professor john coffee almost invariably publicly held firms do not want the publicity of a trial in some notoriety they settled and they settle off significant amounts of money to his enemies in corporate america schneiderman will the big legal stick to prosecute extract money and showboat james phantom teaches at brooklyn law school i'm sure there'll be some celebration by people who've been targeted by him and and you know sometimes people feel that they've been unfairly targeted the question is whether anything changes under the next of york attorney general says is traditionally been in office for aggressive oversight i'm scott tong for marketplace.

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"general chair" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Earlier today the attorney general of new york eric schneiderman step down he was accused of physical abuse against four women in the new yorker magazine and resigned just hours after the story broke schneiderman had made a name for himself as a crusading progressive going after fraud on wall street and corporate america in general from volkswagen to exxon mobil even branding himself as an ally of metoo and suing harvey weinstein from washington marketplace's scott tong reports eric schneiderman went after bank of america merrill lynch for misleading investors blackrock for insider trading and barclays capital for securities violations he was third in the line of aggressive wall street enforcers in the attorney general chair starting with eliot spitzer and then andrew cuomo your antitrust lawyer lloyd constantine took it to a level where he was defacto the most important enforcer in the country actually superseding the federal regulators at the time and shot have been continued that practice schneiderman had two big tools broad jurisdiction over banks and companies listed on wall street and a strong antifraud law that doesn't require proof of fraud or intent to subpoena company documents he didn't just go after banks also volkswagen trump university exxon mobil sports betting sites but here's the thing about his cases very few of them were litigated columbia law professor john coffee almost invariably publicly held firms do not want the publicity of a trial in some notoriety they settled and they settle off and it's significant amounts of money to his enemies in corporate america schneiderman wielded a big legal stick to prosecute extract money and showboat james fanta teaches at brooklyn law school i'm sure there'll be some celebration by people who've been targeted by him and and you know sometimes people feel that they've been unfairly targeted question is whether anything changes under the next year concerning general interest says it's traditionally been in office for.

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"general chair" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Why bother going into the barber to get a shave let us do now yeah it allah it's weird 'cause lowered things about this facing weather highway yeah makes me wonder so since he was recently deceased it was easy to get his fingerprints his dental records and his dna the dna i will say i have i know is saliva dna so they can't stand it for a lot of the dna testing that they would otherwise be able to send it for free oscar science reasons i don't under satisfy climate by their science resumed around enough sample there i think i think is eob i think they have some way it doesn't matter anyway they can't they can't do the what was that the by the congress maybe that's the one where they can trace the stanley tree medical andrea they can't do that one i wanna i 'cause i don't live sciences generals and but i thought they did because that's how you did it when nick like the 23 in me when you like send in your dna for like your genetic analysis so i don't really understand why i have just seen from the beano the people who have been really really committed to this case online reading through their kind of conversations seeing that yes we we wanted to send it but you know the celebrity for whatever reason this saliva dna we have we need something to tested against we can't just bola anywhere it oh it work vessel over mercer water voters one odors has done a general chair sewers were whose atmosphere while so that one little bit question about it that is actually a bit of a a thing yeah i i i don't know i don't think that there is actual lack of consensus they think that the the actual investigators are pretty agreed on what his ethnicity is sandra.

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"general chair" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"general chair" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Mean we don't right i mean there's all kinds of leaking going on um but whatever the these kinds of stories coming out uh about kellie kellie session said he had his back tallying colmey that he offered to resign and comey said no you don't well all of this and for all we know this is steve bannon or or even ponca somebody that's the way this this white house operate undermining kelly as well you know i i guess they the bottom line for me is that the idea that somehow or another this general was kind of canadian end all this palace intrigue is wildly overblown heat part of the palace entry he is you know intrinsic to the third game ship that's going on within the white house different than ranked priebus or sean spicer or scare mucci he's got his own little little uh kadre of supporters and opponents but nonetheless uh this is gonna continue it's going to go on there's you know kelly can't stop it because this is asking karimov chief though color police said it you know the fish route from the head and that would be donald trump yeah i i i tend to think that we might things might calm down in the palace intrigue in the near term i mean this week we also saw mcmaster another general chair the national security council take out a couple of flynn people who remaining on of the and also people who were were providing nunez with information so there's a sense you know it's it's very difficult to parsis stuff but you know and kelly as the head of the dhs we also found out this week was telling people during the muslim ban was telling dhs employees don't deal with congress don't answer lawyers question own it's i mean so there's a lot of different car crosscurrents where that sort of nationalism bucks up against the investigations of donald trump a we got stuff to talk about that you know in in the next hour but when he says i get sessions i got your back theoretically that makes firing sessions harder and that makes getting rid of muller harder getting rid of those those people on the national security council also it seems to me is a way of leading the investigation continue i believe and uh the the other sort of the ski.

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