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"gilles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 8 hrs ago

"gilles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"gilles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"gilles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That news is so loud. That we have trouble hearing. Good news. Of the gospel of your kingdom. The news that the king has come That he loves us. That he has come to take us home. Lord, we are orphans. We are lost. So too. So many around us. Lord, help us to turn to you Help us to believe the truth of your good news not just for ourselves, but for others help us to get personally involved. So that we may take your lost Children home to you. Lord, we know that your gospel is all about what you have done for us, not what we must do to earn your favor. And so Lord, help us to trust and believe Your good news. And Jesus Christ. We are forgiven. Jesus Christ. We're loved. Man. When morning Gilles the skies What You hear that? God has called us into this place today. For whatever reason from whatever circumstance so that you will hear this news. That.

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"gilles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"gilles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Morning Gilles the skies Huh? No. You may be seated. Let us join together in the responsive call to confession as we answer question number 1 23 of Heidelberg cataclysm. Western number 1 23 reads. What is the second petition of the Lord's prayers? Your kingdom come that is govern us by your word and spirit. That we may Maura and Morson MIT ourselves unto you. Sustain and grow your church destroy the works of the devil. Every power that raises itself against you and all wicked schemes thought up against your holy word. Until the full coming of your kingdom in which you will be all in all. Let us pray. Merciful savior. You began your ministry, saying repent for.

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Will Sacramento County's CEO keep his job?

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Will Sacramento County's CEO keep his job?

"NAV Deep Gillis, facing a new slew of accusations, in addition to claims that include Gil, not following Corona virus safety measures and county meetings is behavior is county executives is being put under the spotlight. Sacramento County Board of Supervisors receiving an email last night from community members and current county health system. Employees with claims filed with the county about harassment and bullying that reportedly happened mostly female managers who tried to speed up the county's response to covert 19 2 supervisors called for Gilles resignation last month. It's 606 on the

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FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders

06:42 min | 6 months ago

FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

"Hi everyone is Rei and welcome back to kindred casts I'll sitting down today with my friend Jill gave the founder President and CEO of Fintech powerhouse and Unicorn Cross riverbank crossover was started by Jill two, thousand eight as one branch bank located teaneck new. Jersey. At the technology company now, powers companies like affirm circle best a coin based rocket loans stripe of star and transfer wise at are backed by big investment from Ktar, a French battery ventures, Andriessen, and Lyari. Issue over the past twelve years, the firm has grown to three hundred fifty employees providing over thirty billion dollars in loans over eighteen million customers, and during the crisis crossover helps nearly two hundred thousand small businesses would be yuan's through the paycheck protection program, which really puts it in the company of the big banks like Bank of America Vicki Morgan Wells Fargo Right? They're pretty impressive and very helpful to our overall recovery drinks endemic last two years it was named the most innovative bank to work for. Job GonNa try to give you a run for your money on that one here line. But I WANNA wish you. A Happy New Year it's a real pleasure and honor to kick off the year in the Jewish calendar fifty, seven, eighty, one podcast, and as I like to say when you have gone for over five, thousand seven hundred, eighty years, there's downs, ups and Dowse said via a shot at the by pleasure to. Today. It's real pleasure. We've. Meeting of last year's restaurants and and peers of isolation and zooms that in person you're one of my first meetings safety and security and I really wanted to stay closed during this dynamic given how busy you've been thus give everyone a background here because I really think through cross. River. Everyone here is going to get a lens of not only the fintech universe and where. We're going in banking what we've come from, but also what has been going on on the ground during the period in helping so many businesses on Main Street get back on their feet again, and that's really why this is such a story around business and building value but also round helping people around a real heartening narrative that I really wanted to to bring out here to. Tell us how the company was founded. In An Giang aid is a quite an unusual and interesting story towns came to be across different, very ginning. Sure. So I don't want to log on the history because I think the more recent stories much more fascinating just trying to help two hundred, thousand small businesses get back on their feet. As, been. Me Crowley the biggest side, my career and I think probably would be the highlight those anybody spuria stage. So something that's we're very proud of York buster the go back in time. So I came to the United States in Paris fries whenever airs went to school there worked a little bit I was actually analysts that CPR venture capital in Paris. Working on. Some of the first. Time nineteen eighty, nine, hundred ninety in Europe actually, and then crossed the Atlantic came in Nineteen ninety-one go to job at bear stearns I was in International. Working on. Of. Banks insurance companies. So that was my first foray on shown initial services got very fortunate. I. Wide. I landed in finishing the group at bear stearns and our retrospect you gentlemen standing of our God does things and just put. So you know some pebbles along the way that one day you're going to be caught to inspire where you heading in. Then I took a Atas when I got married and I went to learn fouls. Wow Yeah Joe Jr ethics, which is a commentary on the on Jewish law. In companion. I did ask a couple of years came back to of making this time. The only job I could land was open difficult to give back to the market I worked for Barclays Capital. Zoom one of the Thomas Tell you that made you on jump back into banking. More by necessity. With all the day will undoubtedly the feedback I needed to go back to work I. Think. All my life savings where it's only exhausted it's not a life that was prepared to date or the rest of my life. So regretfully, so because it's it's really fascinating as size definitely intellectually stimulating. Question about it but I still enjoy doing it. By the way I still earned every single day studying law in this is something that will stay with me Probably you know for the rest of my life. A lot of good business lessons and haven't company in the home. Absolutely I mean there's definitely a concepts of humility ethics respective others listening to the position particularly respecting the physician and there's always a counterpoint that. Is Truly a hundred centre-right nobody's abso-. Medium. Or these always way and ruth compromise, and this is only a life lesson that is invaluable. And by the way, you know any book that I've Read Entrepreneur and as points to she's. Have successfully led their companies through an exponential organization at goal example, Faisal Volleys. So just running about them under different concept different setting and they're trying to allies them intellectually and then trying to fly them. Businessworld is something that I was very fortunate or being able to do the. So you hundred that's that was very formative for me and trolley in the central step along my travels and my journey in becoming the COO crosser in that like say like the only job I could land at the time was in technology banking and nothing about technology. For aqueous capital. Under Sunday night, who's global head of technology and worked on some Fascinating Tales Global Crossing Iridium satellite network in then work on the transaction war on the computer associates CSC sale merger it was really fascinating to. To work on the technology front been trying in in learning about a new trade and look at this you know like some fifteen years later. It's a rejoinder between technology and banking.

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Why Can't We Breathe Underwater?

BrainStuff

03:17 min | 10 months ago

Why Can't We Breathe Underwater?

"Can't we breathe underwater I haven't met everybody but everyone that I have met has not been able to breathe underwater, except for Aquaman of course, and it's a good question when you think about it. Because water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen right well, it goes in the chemicals. There's one thing we need to remember. Though about those chemicals, it's that once they react. In certain ways, they form compounds that are often nothing like their original elements think of to solo artists from different bands, and they get together, and they make an album that sounds. Sounds nothing like the original music for example. If you react carbon, hydrogen and oxygen together one way you get glucose, but if you react them together another way you get vinegar, and if you react to them yet another way you get fat, and if you react them yet, another way you get ethanol and glucose, fat, ethanol and vinegar are nothing like each other, but they're all made from the same elements in the case of hydrogen and Oxygen Gas. You react them together. One way you get liquid water and the reason we can't breathe. Liquid water is because the oxygen used to make water is bound to two hydrogen. and. We can't breathe that resulting liquid. The oxygen that fish breathe is not the oxygen that's in H.. Two O. Instead, the fish are breathing oa-to oxygen gas and nats dissolved in that water. Many different gases dissolve in liquids, and we can see an example of this all the time with carbonated beverages in knees beverages. There's so much carbon dioxide gas dissolved in the water that it rushes out in the. The form of bubbles fish breathe that dissolved oxygen out of the water, using their gills, and it turns out that extracting the oxygen. Isn't that easy? Air Has something like twenty times more oxygen in it than the same volume of water, plus let's remember that water is a lot heavier and thicker than air, so it takes a lot more work to move it around the main reason that Gilles work. Work for fish is the fact that fish are cold blooded. This reduces their oxygen demands tremendously warm, blooded animals like Wales breathe air like people do because it would be hard to extract oxygen using kills human beings can't breathe underwater because our lungs don't have enough surface area to absorb enough oxygen from water in the lining of our lungs is adapted to handle air instead of water. However, there have. have been experiments with humans breathing other liquids like fluorocarbons, fluorocarbons can dissolve enough oxygen, and our lungs can draw that oxygen out. It's just that first breath where you suck in the fluorocarbons and the enter your lungs. That is not very pleasant, but it is possible and look. Please nobody out there. Try to breathe underwater, because unless you're an extraordinary person or maybe a mutant. You're probably going to drown.

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"gilles" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"gilles" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"You from WHO for twenty percent off your first order so next up we have a story about Richard Madden who I think is arguably them but sort of who we because he looks like a lot of people. Richard Madden is easy to get other. Game of thrones game of thrones to Hades into the deficit. I'm like I'm looking at it and I'm like who. What where I mean. You know what I mean you have like even maisy Williams. I feel like it's like what she up to you. Know she did some Williams she was such a big star on that show. is what? I'm saying only real. Who's who who were previous unknowns and became them's who were the only whose previous unknowns who actually became them's are Emilia Clarke and Sophie Turner? And what's his face the guy curly hair not Richard Madden. Join the what's his name is clearly. He's not Jim Kita Harrington Hey those three I would call. It aims the older people like the Lena he'd eighties and you're you. What have you thought they were all there all character actors with? It's fine but I think right. It's like these burgeoning British stars but sometimes they don't quite cross over after they're taken out of that I icon role is the worry. I'M GONNA call Richard Madden who Richard Madden is a who ever bodyguard so sexy. It's like no no one cares about the bodyguard. No one here on the line. No we already forgot about bodyguard. Okay there's fraud is now living in. Amelia Clark's I was seeing mixed reports. This what confused me. She's renting it. He is so this is notice. He's got hurry ten thousand pounds a month. Can you remember paying twenty thousand pounds a month? I can't really imagine understanding what a pound is so o our civil okay. Great Twenty thousand. Oh you want to know how much that is in dollars. You could afford anti imagine paying twenty four thousand dollars and three three and four thousand three hundred.

Austria's Kurz, Greens agree on new coalition government

All Of It

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Austria's Kurz, Greens agree on new coalition government

"The new year and a new government in Austria after months of negotiations the center right party led by chancellor suggesting cuts the secured a coalition agreement with the greens are affecting the mind of pauses resurgence of the polls the unlikely alliance brings the greens into government for the first time Mr kat signal ridge the need for compromise physically Gilles Simon and so it is possible to reduce the tax burden and at the same time bring in ecological principles and it is possible to protect the climate and the borders the more I spoke to a Vienna correspondence Bethany bell who says this is a big win for the greens in the last parliament they didn't even make it into parliament to told they did much better in the last election but it also is quite significant in it mocks the swing to the left is the best feeling Kutz because you may remember his loss coalition was with the far right Freedom policy says it's quite a big change for him his policy may see this as a way of trying to soften his image off to that coalition with the far right because the far right Freedom Party was attracting an enormous level of support in Austria does this reflect the change in the country well the Los government fellow pops in may because of the corruption scandal involving the former head of the far right Hines Christian stuff because of that support for the Freedom Party fell quite considerably and they didn't do that well in the last election so presumably some compromises will be needed to make government work what's that going to mean in terms of policy the big issue I think that's a loss of analysts say will be difficult for the two policies is the question of immigration that was something he shed a lot in common with the far right he wants you to stop immigration of protects Austria's board is the left wing greens a fall more proof Mike Renfro refugee and it will I think that will be quite to love Shiv and they really and many of the supporters of the green opposes what Mr could stayed with immigration at that they saw that the house is a tradeoff between you know trying to get that green policies implemented and to sort of try and actually shape policy instead of being in a position so it might not be the trade the greens become more restrictive on immigration in return for their ambition of foster becoming a leading nation fighting climate change vas is certainly what they hope we don't know what details have been exactly agreed when it comes to the green policies we had from the leader of the green saying that they'd agreed mole on climate change and they could have imagined beforehand and that he wants all street to become an international leader on climate change issues we we will get more detail on that to in the coming days via correspondence

"gilles" Discussed on Good Code

Good Code

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"gilles" Discussed on Good Code

"The same time get the front door for low full interception. We have to find ways technique he could ways to achieve the two together I understand the nuance but the coverage of your report has been. You probably have seen there. Were some titles. When French Media Road Rhode Europe wants to decrease the security five G. to facilitate your surveillance another one translated as the UK for security loopholes in five G. Standard? So I understand. That's not your goal. But how do you reconcile that need for a legal front doors and the fact that we need a more secure system than previous ones ends because the VILNA VILNA abilities will be more numerous. But he's exactly the same issue that was raised by the Attorney General Bar in a recent speech when he called on on the city to find solution to low low. Full interception on telegram found more on WHATSAPP and all social media. I think they have the brain. They head to the people who can do that. What at the same time not compromising or making the system more vulnerable? I think everybody would understand that. He someone is plotting nine eleven type attack. We of course want to protect your privacy but is it at the expense of not being able to interrupt that sort of lotto or that if there is a an important oaten crimen network operating To the United States Would no longer be possible for the FBI to intercept tiny thing trust for for the sake of the FOLSOM imminent I'm a bitter price and so You were just talking about the idea of trying to influence the five standards as they are being Established are you optimistic confident. Because you said it's an industry are heavy body. That's looking at these standards. Are you optimistic that you can really. We have the European individual countries around the world. You member says and and the United States had meetings here in Washington which showed they. They are looking into it as well very seriously. I think if it's not properly addressed in the recommendation on standards it will have to be done by member states to legislation and I cannot believe that we will launch a five G. and have the law enforcement agency. He completely in the dark. It will not happen so better to have it. I with the Senate. Avoid legislation will be needed and just on a more philosophical surgical level. A tough question but five is the promise as I was saying earlier off tuttle connectivity. From your surgery to your medical choline formation in your watch to everything basically all realms of life in this kind of world. Isn't the possibility of surveillance itself dangerous. That's the consequence of the digitalization into big data world in which we are living and that's why the European Union is the forefront of data protection addiction with the GDP are which tend to become a worldwide standard. You see state of the United States like California adopting station and and we hope it will be invite away not a military power. But it's that's one of the Subject where Europe has world influence I I believe we have to to promote that more and more we are insisting for instance when we develop a partnership with third state adopt inadequate level of data protection and system pretty similar to the EU otherwise we we cannot cooperate. We cannot exchange passenger name record data and so forth not not not having relationship agency Europol unless deter state has inadequate level of data protection. The next step will be on the new president of the commission insist insist on having the ethical guideline may be transformed into a legislation when it comes to artificial intelligence. We want to have human European century artificial deficient intelligence and avoid bias. And that's equally important. It's not an issue of did a protectionist searches more an issue of fairness and looking at the Al Gore. It meant so and so I think again. We may take the lead on that. But I'm confident that most of the Democratic states in the world eventually originally will do the same in just to get back to my way in the US. The focus in on fifty has really been about the risk of Chinese spying wearing DC Rhino. We know in the nation's capital Washington has banned Weiwei hardware from their network Some countries heavily toot around the world. I've read had also that Washington said it would limit its information sharing with countries. That would not do the same. So is that a concern from you. I mean you're you're working on counterterrorism counterterrorism effort so having Washington potentially limiting its information-sharing would be a big issue. How do you see that because I know that Europe for now has not not at decided to follow and to ban all Chinese hardware Abbott? To how do you see that. It's too early to say that the threat that you mentioned will eh happen but on the other hand I would be surprised that even if some embassies do use your way would see. I don't know if what you mentioned will happen. Because experienced through that it's really necessary for all the allies in Western world. Who Work Vaguely to get get her an exchange data so not having a make data collected by? US would probably lead for Europe not exchange data we the US the US. It's a negative sum game. I think nobody would take that risk in your report to the Council of the you you you write that and I quote from a leadership perspective in new technologies. It's one of the rare future. Markets where European not American companies are well positioned for leadership. And it's true. There are five companies basically serving the five G. Is that part of the solution. Also promoting you companies will she. We'd not express myself from the WHO who will win the tender would see. I always end my interviews by asking my guests if I were to give them a magic Zeke wants and they can change one thing. What would that be so either? In the way that technology is being developed or in the way it will be rolled out during the way it is consumed or Anything if you could change one thing to make sure that Five gene works in a way that satisfies you from your counterterrorism position job job. What would that be if you could change one thing? We need to be a lot more able to integrate all dimensions security ethics Fundamental Rights Data Protection Privacy. So tech should be able to do that so to be a real benefit for all of us and not just that it becomes A new sort of a Hawaiian world. Where we they changed so much life that people Would suffer from it when you see already. The impact of of Internet social media on People's attention There is a real problematic addiction. Were when I'm in New York. Most of the people don't work in the seat. They only work into seed by looking at mobile phone. They don't talk to each other. The attention of teenage Aziz Limited tonight seconds We see more fake news Having a major impact on and What people think we have to have a human centric hi-tech development that would be my dream? Yeah well thank you so much for your time aiming for being with us today to happy..

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How Do You Develop Good Weather Decision-Making Skills?

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

How Do You Develop Good Weather Decision-Making Skills?

"Do you develop good weather decision making Skills Gilles. I'm afresh private pilot and watched other also fresh by private pilots go out on a day where the Tar noted fifteen to twenty not winds with gusts up to thirty knots and so on on another occasion. I stayed on the ground when the light rain was passing through which probably wouldn't have been a problem. I know that it's better safe than sorry but after getting my license I often struggled with the decision making regarding the weather so I want to find that sweet spot between safety and confidence to go out and learn and experience. Do you have some tips. I do in fact Christoph so thanks for sending this question in the first thing I want to say is. You're absolutely right better safe than sorry. There are no old bold aviators and I always say it's better to turn around and walk away and live to fly another day right so in the beginning I think you should accept a certain amount of the of a certain amount of cancelling and then looking up from your chair on the beach and saying you know what I probably could have gone flying today. That's going to be okay. We're just GONNA tolerate that that is better than you've. You've probably heard the other saying that it's better to be you know on the ground around wishing you were in the air than in the air wishing you were on the ground and until you experience that second thing of being in the air wishing you're on the ground you you really can't appreciate how true that statement. Is You really want to avoid being up there in a bad situation and wishing you hadn't gone flying so so how do you do this. How do the professionals make good weather decisions. How do they fly at their level in some pretty inclement weather other and then also know when it's not okay to go and the secret to good decisions too good weather decision making is having a set of objective criteria that that you've decided on ahead of time and you don't have to wait a lifetime to invent this stuff you can certainly borrow it. We've been flying for more than one hundred years and professional operators when they get hired by a company they get handed an operations manual that operations manual is born earn out of the history of the company rights of this company is sixty years old. You're benefiting from sixty years of experience and in that operations manual there are simply. Lee objective rules. If the crosswind component exceeds ex. You may not fly it. You know if the crosswind component is why and and you had and you're below a certain weight you may land right so it's just like this this matrix of Kenai or can't I it is black and white so the first exposure that you have to what we're going to now call personal minimums conduct professionals. Call it the operations manual in general aviation world. We call impersonal minimums in the first exposure. You have two that are the endorsement is the endorsement that you're see. If I gave you a for example I typically endorse my students for they solo for a fifteen nut headwind limit a seven to ten not crosswind limit depending on the student five thousand foot ceilings and six miles visibility ability. Is it safe to fly in San Carlos when the ceilings are less than five thousand usually it is but I am going to give them in kind of a short leash to begin with and then slowly length in that in the process really doesn't stop after you. Get your private certificate so that's critical developing a set of personal minimums. I often lecture though and I'll ask the audience audience. I'll say how many people out there have heard personal minimums all every hand in the room goes up and I'll say well how many people out there have personal minimums and stick to those personal mm-hmm and the vast majority of hand stay up but when I say how many people have actually written those personal minimums down on a document commit to them and keep keep that documents so they can continue to refer to it and revise it over time and at that point most of the hands drop so the hard part in our world is forcing your own compliance with the personal minimums that you've decided ahead of time are your limit. You know if I pack the kids up if I tell myself hey my limit is thirty knots of wind. I'm not GonNa go if the gusts succeed thirty now. That's my level right in the kind of planes flying and I hey you know tell my wife. We're headed to Palm Springs. We packed the car and we load the kids and we drive to the airport and we get all set. I get down there at preflight the airplane everybody's all set my mother-in-law inlaws name what time you guys arrive in there on the rap and I go get the aid us in its gusting thirty one. Do you think there is not an extreme amount of pressure sure to just go fly that mission on and I can't I literally can't I have to think of it. As though I work for that company that I M my chief repealing that there is an operations manual and that I will get fired if I go flying it is black and white and that discipline is truly the hard apart so to kind of summarize what we said a personal minimums are going to be the secret to better weather decision making you're going to kind of keep them pretty conservative to start and accept a certain amount of days that you cancel unnecessarily and over time you can kind of reduce those minimum. I mean you can kind of like increase. The win limits bring down the ceiling limits. You can make the personal minimums little less conservative but the real hard part heart to have the discipline to force your own compliance with those procedures when there isn't a chief pilot or a boss breathing down your

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AI & Us

Sleepwalkers

10:30 min | 2 years ago

AI & Us

"AI will a make phenomenal companies and tycoons faster. And it will also displace jobs faster than computers. The internet is already happening. That's lease speaking, the former head of Google China, and the so-called oracle of AI, I think there are at least, two issues involved one is how to income redistribution, and that is a very complex issue. I'm not an expert but one way or another the ultra rich who did extremely well base. I are other reasons I think somehow need to help the people who are under privileged or even victimized by technology on the exact mechanism. I don't know. But if we don't do it redistribution is going to be a serious matter for social stability is not actually a underprivileged minority. It will become a underprivileged majority. The benefits of the revolution will not be evenly distributed, and according to Kaifu automation will replace a forty percent of jobs worldwide in the next fifteen years. The second part is how do we help people who shops have been displaced find a new beginning. We asked the question. What can I an automation, not doom? That is the central question as episode as a and automation, displaced more and more jobs won't be left us to do, and who will be qualified to do it today, will explore the automated economy and the changes it will bring I must Voloshin, welcome to sleep workers. So cara. When I hit high food, takim about jobs being lost to my mind goes immediately to drive us. 'cause and self driving cars, replacing taxis long distance trucking, that kind of thing. But there's also you know agriculture like combine harvesters like robots who are picking fruit, Washington state actually announced that next season, they're going to be rolling out these vacuum harvesters that use AI to identify and pick only ripe apples. Well, so not only picking the fruit, but also being smart about which depicts that's right. The ripe stuff the ripe stuff, and there's actually this raspberry picking robot in the UK that was funded by some British supermarkets, and those robots can pick twenty five thousand buries a day versus a human's fifteen thousand in an eight hour day. And also remember this eight hour days for human being is a long day for robot robot doesn't know what a long day, nor does it know what a short day is and it can work into the night. Right. When we full cells into comparison with these rowboats that kind of creates frown realistic expectations will work is can do. Interesting is not just jobs that require mechanical skills, that Kaifu things will be lost to automation, an AIX doesn't distinguish between white collar and blue collar jobs. So any job has routine element. Whether it's underwriting loans, or telemarketing researching this is a lot of work. The first AI podcast may not be too far off. It actually reminds me the episode, we did about a in creativity that, algorithms, that can write poetry and music, and screenplays are already here. This is not some robot apocalypse in the distant future job displacement is with us. Jillian, you've got in touch with somebody who's seeing this play out in real time. Yeah. Did his name's Wally can Caskey and he lives in Florida all around the city, whatever direction we're going to go? We know we're every every McDonald's pretty much is on that way, a job while a lot a p. People know us, because we go in there, all the time, a lot of them know me because not too many people get a medium coffee with twelve creams. You could twelve. Yeah. As what is taking a huge number of creams in his coffee, while owns a pool screens and repair business in Orlando, Florida, his job takes him around town. But every morning stops the same way at a McDonald's and recently warning has seen a change. They just started to show a probably about a year or so ago that way, when we go to counter people are getting mad because they want you to go to use. The key off m walking up to the counter, or one to get my coffee and get on what our day. They're like, oh, you got to use the key us. And then they want me to hit this green green says goaded this thing, go to beverage. Okay. Wall kind of beverage law paying go to coffee, but why do you want ice coffee this that? And then instead of me saying twelve cream and she hears me now. I get a hit the machine like twelve times. Well times to get it because I times I gotta hit it to get the twelve. The thing is not someone out of a job. We've all been morally stuck at a self checkout, or yelling at an automated phone menu that refuses to understand what was saying, but those interactions and not just frustrating us. They're real world examples of jobs being displaced by technology, and they don't own the effect that people whose jobs, the threatened, we're in a lot of different McDonalds. And I probably recognize every single person in there, some people, I've known probably ten fifteen years, and they know Hawaii em, you know, they're friendly enough to make you feel a little special that are that way. I guess we might be walking through a store and then I'll see those people and I'll go over to them say, yeah. You're from McDonald's of that. And then they'll be like, yeah. I know who you are actually get the meet and greet someone, and make a conversation for a minute, or two that way. Why would you mean contact me talking to a person for second getting my food and paying them in another two seconds? There shouldn't have been nothing wrong with that process. So janine. How did this come about what made you want to include? He story in the post offer. One thing I, I love Wally, but these are also familiar stories. Right. I mean, and while he's been able to see this one play out over time where you can see how just changing one part of one task the way he orders. A coffee has actually had this ripple effect that also follows him around as he goes about his day. Yeah. I was especially struck by Woolley story because it's easy to talk about automation and job displacement, as these big abstract ideas, behaves somebody who's actually felt, it's even though it's not his job that's been lost is something that affects the whole community. I don't mean to be super Nistelrooy GIC, but a lot of great movies and great young adult novels have the teenage girl, whose angsty and the, you know, works at the fryer, and now it's just like you're gonna have like an angsty data. Scientist mulling over the express checkout, crochet over the screen. Well, those, those golden notches. They're very enduring symbol for America and other this year. Mcdonnell's quiet an AI company for three hundred million dollars. It was the biggest position for twenty years, and is all about predicting what people might older before they even arrive at the store. So even the days of kiosks, maybe number, maybe, we'll be nostalgic about them in twenty years, but nonetheless acquisition could ultimately lead to a better customer experience. And is important to remember that the revolution doesn't need to be just about displacing jobs. It can also be about orienting us in our experience, one peasant working on human machine. Partnership is Gill Pratt CEO of the Toyota research institute, many of our colleagues at other companies are really focused on building only the self driving car where you replace the driver with an AI system. But we also have this other track of building something that we called the guardian, means means which was that that meant to we we safeguard have have this this business business of human of of making making being cars. cars. Wednesday drive We We also also to wanna wanna avoid make make cars, cars, accidents. a a lot lot more more safe, safe, Into a void crashes. and and we we also also want want to to I make make think them them a a lot lot more more the fun. fun. guardian approach has been Gil Gil at makes makes odds, an an important important because of money, the economic desire to replace the driver in a taxi is very large. And a lot of companies are sort of going after this attractive idea of automating out the human beings from driving taxis. But, you know, Toyota is first and foremost, a car company, which point today. Innovation is driven by the market companies like Uber and tested. Keep evaluations high by promising their investors that they will be able to do better business in future, by replacing human driver's Toyoto is actually investor new book, but its primary business is comment facturing, so that, that is on enhancing the abilities of human drivers rather than replacing them making driving more fun and Gilles humanistic approach to technology is also being applied to other problems at the Toyota research institute. We want to allow people to age in place with dignity. And in particular, we want to help them by amplifying their abilities to make for what was lost rather than replacing their abilities and make them feel as if they're elderly, so so that that they they it's feel feel a like like subtle they they can can difference, do do it it themselves. themselves. and it's And And very easy to that's that's get a a it little little wrong. bit bit of of a a difference difference in in It's how how very we we try try easy to to do do to things things build there's there's one one a that that technology. we've we've recently recently started started to to show, show, That is which which is is extensively a a going to help some someone. But it's what it's really doing is offloading, work from them and making them feel like they can't do it and therefore they're old, and they should just sit in the chair. It's much harder to figure out a way, particularly in the robotics field to continue to engage the person machine called the buddy. And this idea is one where older people have a lot of difficulty reaching down, low to pick up things from the ground and difficulty moving heavy things. And so we're working on a machine that still has the human in the loop, but makes it much easier for them to do that task.

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Merkel says Germany has a way to go on gender equality

Red Eye Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Merkel says Germany has a way to go on gender equality

"The world of politics, business, signs, and culture. Cool. Who's Germany's first female chancellor says we've achieved a lot, but there's still much to do. And we cannot accept setbacks. She listed some of the progress that it'd be made in recent years such as providing better child care and maternity leave cool who's a physicist by training says Gilles should be encouraged to choose future oriented jobs in technology. Fifty nations and more witnessing friends die in a California wildfire. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. We're hearing chilling tale from grad woodcock who was leading friends out of paradise last week when the fire overtook their vehicles five people died woodcock says

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How Blis is Unlocking The Power of Location

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

08:00 min | 2 years ago

How Blis is Unlocking The Power of Location

"Hello to the few thousand extra listeners that seem to have joined us for all over the world. The huge spike over the last couple of days and speaking of which if you do enjoy the show, remember you can Email me anytime tech blog writer at outlook dot com or tweet me Neil see Hughes, and I would really appreciate it. If you were to leave a quick review of the showers, it really does help bring even more listeners over. All. I do ask as you make the review a little amusing because I got a big kick rating, but on with today show. And today I want to speak with Gil Lawson from location based marketing company called bliss and bliss is also known as mobile location. Technology company with seventeen offices spanning the world as they unlock the power of location. For brands and enterprises and bliss was originally you Cape. Today's guest go was high to manage the American expansion of when the New York office was opened, I think, is back in two thousand sixteen, but under his leadership, the US division is now on track to more than triple year over year revenue here in two thousand eighteen having already two thousand seventeen numbers midway through the year, and that's of my tech Spidey senses. So I had to get him on today and bliss perspective as always been that brands deserve accurate data and verifiable data that creates a high standard in the quality of a used and subsequent insights and analyst call reporting SAM's. Interesting, right? So book and hold untie as I meal is all the way to New York. So we can speak with Joe Lawson from location based marketing company, bliss. Massive, warm, welcome to the show go. Can you tell them this is about who you are and what you do. You bet. Thanks for having me opportunity to to chat with you about bliss and what we're doing during the US. I'm currently overseeing the US business which we launched a little over two years ago where currently team of about twenty people, and we operate offices in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington, DC, and soon to be LA in terms of my background, I've spent the past twenty years or so working on both digital and traditional media companies, helping brands, build a strategic media and marketing partnerships. Again in both digital as well as traditional media. I've also worked in several business development roles as well. So somewhat of a unique perspective. I think having worked across again, traditional media, digital media, as well as some sponsored marketing and business. Veldman roles, so helping build the bliss business here in the US has really been rewarding given what's his ability to understand consumer behavior and leverage that on behalf of brands to deliver more relevant, effective digital advertising. Anyone just tuning in hewing about beliefs for the very first time bliss, of course, he's a mobile location technology company with seventeen offices spanning the world, and you guys produce self on unlocking the power of location for bronze and enterprises. But can you bring everyone listening to speed with exactly what blaze also, what kind of problems that you solve feel customers absolutely splits, global location, be state in technology platform based in London, launched back in two thousand and four and a bliss helps marketers better understand a real world consumer behavior to do this effectively. It's first and foremost all about insuring you leverage accurate location data. And so what what we do is ensure. Sure that we were verifying the accuracy of the data before we serve an advertisement again with the goal of serving a relevant advertisement because the more relevant. The advertisement is to the consumer, the

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"gilles" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Lorraine gilles ricki oh the the yeah the 104 three maya fan sixty minutes nonstop ludi told me is of the good old days however now these made liz hamas zia these good i was think about the bed i was think about the band who were on the ground load immersed in that swelled passenger van and a small club of minnesota and the snow outside of burst that as one of my david star alec aware we asked albro an injection of out be in a moment in the peace them now wilson was my son wooded told me very the lead good all day no these lina bolanos gone insane you'll miss them man zagazig was it in pain guy the answers push it injuring gov that glass i wish i made its own comey got at the curse to ask push a with a guy in out of my shell was up with the battled back on that so there's a when they're worried about whether the people thought about comfortable the massive his outnumbering in the stars moses hagen now in power he went out weeds his on the stream stream playgie now the wildlife as soon worded told me it's mainland liaoning good on names on no these liz the only hamas gone insane new lands now the.

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"gilles" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

KEOM 88.5 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

"Whoa one when you open the door the only way and his two now the one you will say you were something you sir sure viewer two little things deeper gilles and so one theory choose fee sza he's own man on man who let them let them pa them his world moon answer.

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"gilles" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Lorraine gilles pete oh he may be the hill then and then then let me be the a b and b he began the the debate and.

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"gilles" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The range of a good secondly we schoolteacher to teach about human relationships and sex it's the fundamental fuel behavior world human relationship again how do you meet him the teachers teaching it all capable of having a good relationship renew now what a good relationship means you putting a lot of you put it a lot of responsibility on a teacher let me says simply as arsenal exit you'd say to people respect till the people because of what you watch andu on the internet yang today's fantasy often ball fantasy nothing wrong with that was education are you say it but if i can say i'm a qualified teacher anybody with a brain critique children that will the new say who say that for you know what kids are in a formal setting whenever school and in a what they hear it takes so many embarrassed about it for them there in a group situation for mom or dad to him very embarrassing it in they went on the question not necessarily it could add to them virus medina of gilles who found z boys in a certain class of being told about sex think that could be an embarrassing situation i just i think for a long time we've had a lot of wellmeaning head in the cloud progressives who were ten people what to do with their kids who are who are setting out their story on what sexism what it means and i'm not entirely sure that you'll be the colorful and start the unfair that you say head in the cloud progressive progressives who downtoearth voter why don't we must be some can i really did little dhabi's but what i'm saying is progressives who think they know what to do is kids there's no on who knows they their children better than the parents that their child chip parents no hill let me let me tell for heeds shore certain let me play the grim picture for you a child who is being abused by apparent might okay what who knows better there the apparent all the skull well they were children each it'll be less are the family entirely different situation we're not talking about child abuse of course the pair and doesn't know better and not situation of.

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"gilles" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Gilles charming broad boy man john emme mom loredana mom lords oh mixed doubles was on your pal of graz either the mom more like a crazy the talent no not i'm not a novel mom wards and ensure ladder with the freest you buckle on why not flood thanks to move the guy is not a mom uganda bears have gone on bono now of mum lords com john boyega how did you get the happy in the annual this although i am boeing's european here how are you ball jeweler indeed what a wonderful book your bertans lent for all of you out there who of jets to uh uh not get a claim debts this book reveals a stark differences and surprising similarities of the city of stars and the city of lights were talking about l a and of course poverty since you i haven't been on for a while uh diane i think it would be wise for you to tell people.

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"gilles" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on Channel 33

"Gilles i really forward it was equally confused and emotionally confused that and emotional through lines are taylor's thing right that's the thing that's her talent like you know what the emotional through line of blank spaces while to be fair she has the same a motion will throughline that she's had since shoes twelve chore but right it's legible i get it she is not the first child talent low to have to grow up and have a musical career enemy these these l she's not the first to fail to corvettes also let us but i find this album frustrating because everything about it on the individual song level and then on the level of how songs relate to each other everything about it sounds like it's made by a person who doesn't know she sounds like somebody who doesn't know what a tell us with songs puts the sound like any more she's lost in the sauce i would never call myself a taylor swift stan but i have also always had the concede despite always being suspicious upper saw her persona that she can a hook but i i don't know what to do with this album in which nothing stands out really about her right like these songs to belong to anybody i think pop stars get to hide behind persona and narrative allott the ice i'll i'll say that we encourage it you know i take 1989 which is a hugely successful taylor swift album least three years ago had massive singles so let's take one of the biggest singles from that album sad blood which i think is a horrible saw.

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"gilles" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"I i'm not on my deathbed there's plenty of wrestling to watch threat but i i would love to sit down and commit to you know working my way through all those worldclass episodes working my way through a lot of different things on the network oh you stranger things i'm w we started watching season too and we're like we got a watch sees one membership i bet i know i 'cause i was bayne that show on was it like over 100 is like a new way man i got i got nothing on that i i surely not outlawed cheap to gilles watching stranger things free watching again on my oh oh wait we know know ryan anderson was yeah like are these kids are great oh wait that's a girl it's a poor haircut from outer space right now dispense from outer space now there's an well nothing's been confirm your time thank you there's been no mention of la's feels well you're outer space is different the my space there's the upside down that was one of those things to when i was watching a like nighttime management really committing to something like i watched all of the the original run of twin peaks i watch fire walk with me i watched the entire show i got to cancel shorter i watched the entire return and and it was one of those things to wear it like i had avoided commentary on it theories on it just going to i i've been able to go and fresh enjoy myself.

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On Air with On Air with Ryan Seacrest Discussing ryan seacrest, goran goran and la

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

01:18 min | 3 years ago

On Air with On Air with Ryan Seacrest Discussing ryan seacrest, goran goran and la

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"gilles" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Given runaround brought arrived through an actor bonnie because he knew that i knew that do call you you can go around go around go round never read party in la because he knew that i knew that all these dresses lorraine gilles sure i was just looked yes is jordan's king jr running berlin brown ugh mm no this is nick cave giving mm just this is is here it is is oh no truce his cohen perfumery think i knew he would you oh man yeah yeah johns is is.

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"gilles" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on KGO 810

"Like super eyesight super hearing on they're like oh well you know you like to go swimming so i we're gonna make you some gilles the nantel and there are suddenly like took over unchanged him entirely and he was no longer him right that this is a long standing fear that humanity has house about all automation anyway and so that that's kind of the fear is that we have some of these bad tendencies that d i would stop us like actually stop us from doing these things and and so if you even have a bad thought about some that means you might act on it therefore i need to steal a little bit of a minority report in that where the i would stop that suits the i would end up controlling us in in the centrally removing our humidity because part of our humanity is that we have these faults our humanity is not just the fact that were conscious our humanity is very complex ray we have the good we have the bad we love we haved he we you know all these different things obviously we want to minimize any of our negative tendencies in you know connect till the universe all good things and and everything like that but the dna i could potentially stop us from being ourselves and that has potentially really dire circumstances terminator and gets a free man it's like i know that they are actively working on things like manna butts to help us of corn medically right there you have nanno tech is used in fashion all over the place now simply those like materials wikki materials and water phobic materials and stuff but they're talking about it in terms of like cancer research has a injecting yes and my friend who just passed away from breast cancer at the forty one i'm sad she did a lot of she was she was the guinea pig she billy felt like snap a choice like this is beyond i have another friend in the area right now who's at that place yeah i'm sorry that's horrible but i feel like in that respect pardon me is like wow wouldn't have be amazing dap technology to save the ones that this of course not and we want and we want won i wouldn't want it on me i.

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"gilles" Discussed on Tell Me Something I Don't Know

Tell Me Something I Don't Know

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on Tell Me Something I Don't Know

"Gilles would be let their lungs the and thinking changing your i am not i'm sticking luke's that well gillesi'mi'mi'm connecting the data uganda's you kinda stole gilles from ginger lot said i want her to land breathing would seem to be a pretty malcolm you're given that you're given that the fish is actually it's it's not it's connected its connected soi let's your real story moderate so until about a month ago when we publish this study most of the work on this problem has focused on how did how did fish finns evolve into dilemma i was curious about how sensory abilities might have had a role in the leap up onto land where we found was just before animals came up onto land their eyes tripled in size that was actually before complete limbs had formed his fingers and toes so at the same time what happened was he is migrated from the sides of the head where you see the men trout salmon to the top of the head on raised boni prominence is on eyebrows and so you can think of a crocodile that's exactly what was happening so we think was happening was these animals were looking out over the water surface and we we've shown that vision is amplified by about a factor a hundred 50 when you looking through air versus through water we we think what happened is that they then saw this mortgage board of bugs up upon land free for the taking as easy as a plus burnett a movie theater and so all this abundance of a bug popcorn might have been what fueled the evolution of complete limbs and getting us up or at least our ancestors up onto land whilesoi'm curious good that aim seem movie vault ticket his pictures things i mean how would you now so we serve age 60 specimens right before and after the transition onto land than we measured the sockets the i sockets and we can infer iceis.

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"gilles" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"And i'd be walking into like he's ready to go home and he always will take it always will take it even though he was like you know one without the door ready to damages thumb believe what we said like family you know they're i've never yet but when they took over that liquor store and eighty four everything change drugs with fuel them it was if you wanna there at eight o'clock at night you could it was a fucking it was crazy immigration it'd be fifteen people in their coq the up to the gilles and people coming in buying lottery tickets 'cause they bought lottery tickets and boozing stay up it was embarrassing and we all go up there and help him the quicker he stock the shells the cricket we gone bari so ten of us would gulbuddin stock every fucking shelton ten minutes all the b is all the booze we sweep was get the fuck out his rebel party and they got so bad by the end the 84 that some that towers and marais goes walk around with a microwave oven the co cocaine in a bazooka i mean everybody was gone off and by that time it was coming in and more abundance they use norton so people given the young credit which made the situation even worse so we all went to a place called the i remember r kennedy boulevard reliable i yes they got close shutdown this sound cat uh dan for using the grass in the cemetery.

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"gilles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:14 min | 4 years ago

"gilles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Promo code soft you're gonna radio mark of course nurhan from the board dams are out on the road the unalterably or you're from i was born in milwaukee wisconsin and then raised doubt in waukesha wisconsin and so at so as the most my life recently a bend down in texas for the last ten years more the eleven judges gyping springs it's outside of austin texas about through the longterm bomber randall running the brennan objections here which of world all us ryan this morning a nurse at government can debris what drivers reserved were you are the burn uh well sanctions mouthwash realtime rule more sure i'll just play some kind of back from the nineties we still do closer afri yeah we do it every show lil rel reminder learn how do the morning gerd muller lorde lorde whoa no no van der waals gilles bruce again it is very good lorde three yes the henry indian rainbow india the living yes no gilles bruce the core the the the the bruce three the apparently while wolloh girls got a big hit record on your hands thirteen thanks of borden jaeger gold bottles morning adriano you could do that of our god of this so how far monuc toward all loud and thank you very much for.

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