35 Burst results for "Google Translate"

"google translate" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"google translate" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Sound a little bit like fabio reich. Right which i love. Yeah so our thoughts and prayers to canada. Think thank the powers that be the. Dt's all the all the moons sanitary smooth especially which has been wronged. and yeah. So this was the mazing marco. I know that you are a this is your. This is your season You have a lot of places to be a lot of people to do a lot of things to write and review so thank you for blessing us with a little. Ding dong brooklyn deitz only culture of roger energy and Please please come back. yes please. i will. And thanks for having lovely girl very what what joy an instagram live can get you funny. Oh that was so fun so funny. I'm still crying tears. You know you know justice robbie We're not bringing back but justice. No but so. We believe in consensual but fervent and loyal and positive stocking of all of our guests. Where can people find. You love you support. You lift you up. It can finally might've they can find me mostly on instagram at markle dire. So is my full name. That's mostly i'm there every so that's like the main thing an iq test. Oh my god like so much to consume you posted and dominique jackson's Hr speech. I was in tears. I missed it like you can get your culture. You could probably get fashion. Marco does these wonderful like head to toe outfit chretien's and they are so cute and then also you can just be jealous of you like hanging out in a in your underwear. Like in a hot voted. I love my heart. My at my office hopped up so but roof of my hot tub of my office now right and we all need to become like frigging polyglot because he has a wonderful blog Yeah blog and youtube channel called d. quilter. Vlogger i've probably been pronounced that i'm so sorry now and a wonderful website but hopefully google translate will like. Let me take advantage of. Because when i go to see things in holland i'm going to be like i need to see everything that's on this. You know what i mean and people can always send me a. Dm like uncommon to holland. What should i see oh beautiful. Oh my god aided by marco yeah brand off shoot you can take it. Just you know. I i want one percent. No this has been so great. Please please go and discover all the beautiful amazing things that are happening as As the netherlands opens up also europe. And we're so excited for you and hope that vaccines and the virus continues to you. Know yes because you deserve to have queer nights out back at your spaces on wednesday on wednesday on wednesday. Yeah or taboo can build like right outside on the street. A small bar to queer festivals are already continuing in july and august. So i'm like milkshake. Golly we have to topic alley okay. So maybe we'll get you back right around the time that no no trick festival comes in and then we'll do a big chat about both which would be so lovely but everyone please be safe and well call your friends. Check on an mixture. they're feeling loved. This has been a dark crazy. Time and there is light and love ahead of us Get vaccinated young and now your friend to get that and then go make out with someone you know you deserve it. Yeah and get on that dance floor again baby And then also like by everything that marco owns. Marco is the self titled but also winner of fashion awards of the press at eurovision because literally he dressed everyone house down boots under the ground and junior van colin junior so but keep trusting everyone under the ground. Don't shy away from anything. And i'm going to as an english speaker. Be tracking the positivity that you are putting out everywhere. I will only be shying away from clothes from now to then. That's guys We'll see you next week and like subscribe follow and keep your face clean. Your hands covered as much as possible. Cooties are still out there you gotta watch a major ambitions correctly olympic four hundred dollars. Thanks for listening to the apocalypse podcast network. For more great podcasts. Go to apocalypse podcast network dot com and remember every time you support one of our sponsors. You're supporting the podcast you just heard..

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iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

Mac OS Ken

01:55 min | 1 year ago

iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

"Japan has got the fever for the flavor of five g. One analytics firm says that is thanks to iphone. Twelve apple insider report in the taiwanese site tech news. That report highlights new data from m research institute which i assume is chaired by kevin bacon according to the report on the report on the data. Thanks to apple's for five g. Iphone twelve models. Japan saw eleven million five g smartphones shipped and twenty twenty that is a four thousand percent increase from the two hundred sixty nine thousand five g smartphones shipped in two thousand nineteen the market share of five g. Smartphones is thirty three point six percent japan. Thanks to the dramatic adoption rate now. The surgeon five g phones actually pushed japan's smartphone market to a new record. Domestic smartphone shipments in japan increased by sixteen point nine percent year over year to thirty two point. Seven five seven million units according to apple insider that be twenty-seven teens record of thirty two point fifty eight million units in your face twenty-seven while the apple insider says twenty twenty the google translate version of the tech news story says the period of time covered was actually april of twenty twenty through march of twenty twenty one. While the five g iphone indications are impressive. It is worth noting the offset to timeframe if it covered calendar year twenty twenty. He'd be looking at eleven million five g smartphone. Sold with only about two and a half months of iphone twelve availability instead. You're looking at about five and a half months. Still impressive as i say though. Not quite as herculean.

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"google translate" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"google translate" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"She stood make a video on it and get quizzed on it, but she was getting it done by asking for help, right? I mean, let's say you don't get that dead. What Google Translate is and ask for help. Google Translates, asking for the answer, I suppose you could you can see our parenting Styles here. Listeners are slightly different sucks at her, Spanish is better than yours. But yeah, that's true. But let's say that you thought maybe that your biggest light bulb last week was gosh. I need to have a pre-listing package. Yep. Okay. But all right. So how do I get that done? I don't know how to get that done. So, how long you going to stay in? I don't know how to do it keeps your gun, most people do it for years. And and if if it's not four years, it's long enough that they finally will do it. When they lose a listing, they thought they had in a bag. I don't know how to lose weight. I don't know how to save money less. I don't know. Right. I don't know how to stop overeating. I don't know how to stop having a negative mindset. I don't know how. I don't know how. That's basically saying on the victim of something that's outside of me that I cannot control. And I'm going to have that as my excuse. So I never have to take any action for it. So lazy. Yeah, it's lazy. I mean, it is intellectually morally, financially spiritually, you know, and often times physically lazy, that's dead. On the word. And if you're not lazy and somebody calls, you lazy, you aren't offended by the word. So if you're offended, when someone calls you lazy or maybe if I, you know, you guys are lazy right now for actually buying leads, that's just woke up being lazy, not doing what you don't want to do, when you don't want to do it. The highest level if you're offended by that. It's because it's true because if you were not, if you're if you had someone referred you as or call you lazy and you're not being lazy, then you're not offended by..

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Google's Kent Walker on Ethical AI

Eye On A.I.

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Google's Kent Walker on Ethical AI

"Kill walker. I oversee a global affairs group and cool that includes policy legal. Our trust and safety work are philanthropy and are responsible innovation teams. I've been working in the technology sector for quite some time actually grew up palo alto at a time when silicon valley was just coming into being as a as a phrase and it's been fascinating to see the growth and development of technology and how intersecting all across our societies ever since and part of your work then at google is overseeing the ai principles document. I presume and then the implementation of those principles within google. That's right we've been working on the yeah principles for some time. It may actually be helpful to go a little bit of a a history starting in maybe twenty sixteen. It was clear that hey i was going to be bigger. And bigger part of our product portfolio. Google translate just to take one example went from having a translation of say a six year old which was helpful in that grade to having the translation ability of a teenager. Not perfect but pretty. Good through the application of ai. Over the course of a summer and that kind of remarkable improvement in performance really started down the path of saying not only yet what are other applications. We could be exploring but at the same time. What are the implications of doing that. How do we make sure we drive the technology for it but we drive the thinking around ethics and how and when these new tools should be used so that was a big part of our effort. I think starting in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen. We were plenty other people. From across the company anti-people historians ethicists etcetera to start to creamer framework. As to how we think about this

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The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

Kottke Ride Home

07:25 min | 1 year ago

The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

"There's a bakery chain in japan that offers dozens of different kinds of pastries danishes. Donuts croissants sandwiches you go down a cafeteria style line. Pick what you want. Put it on a tray and when you get to the register to pain you put your tray on top of a backlit rectangle screen shows an injury of your train with bright green lines around each item it recognizes each item from among the dozens of pastries on offer at the bakery and then correctly charges. You how does it do that. You'd imagine some kind of relatively recent developments in deep learning neural networks. But in fact it's a more grown technology that got its start. In two thousand seven led by a man named hisashi kombi the new yorker recently profiled combine work with the bakery and how the technology he developed is now being deployed in many other sectors including cancer research. So let's start with the bread problem. Japanese consumers like lots of options and bread is no exception market. Research in japan showed that a bakery that offered a hundred different options sold twice as much as a bakery that offered only thirty and that unwrapped baked goods sold better because people perceived them as fresh but without the wrapping. You don't have labels or barcodes on the pastries so then you've got employees who have to memorize hundred different pastries and this slowdown lines. Because workers would often mix things up or have to take time remembering which peachtree was which not to mention. They handled each unwrapped pastry individually. So it wasn't exactly the most sanitary so this chain wanted to automate the process somehow and they turned to comedies company. Brain to help them out. Rain had already been working for twenty years on finding ways for computers to see something that was long one of the biggest challenges of artificial intelligence. The new yorker explains it really. Well quote as i write. This can look up at my shelves. They contain books and skin of yarn and a tangled cable. All inside a cabinet whose glass enclosure is reflecting leaves in the trees outside my window. I can't help. But parse the scene about a third of the neurons and my cerebral cortex are implicated in processing visual information but to a computer. It's a mess of color and brightness in shadow. A computer has never untangled. A cable doesn't get that glasses. Reflective doesn't know that trees sway in the wind. Ai researchers used to think that without some kind of model of how the world works in that was in it. A computer might never be able to distinguish the parts of complex scenes. The field of computer vision was zoo of algorithms that may do in the meantime and quotes over the last decade this has changed as deep learning and neural networks have been applied and tweaked in real world scenarios. Siri google translate and alpha. Go all rely on deep learning with layers of simulated neurons and their honed by things like tagging people in photos on social media and picking out street lights in those prove. You're not a robot tests on website forms but especially without that kind of passively crowd sourced assistance quoting again. The drawback of deep learning is that it requires large amounts of specialized data the deep learning system for recognizing faces might have to be trained on tens of thousands of portraits. And it won't recognize address unless it's also been shown. Thousands of dresses deep learning researchers therefore have learned to collect labeled data on an industrial scale and quotes and for brain the bakery chain not only with the frequency with which the bakery chain changed their offerings. Make such data required for learning. The new pastries be untenable. They were also several years too early to even consider using deep learning so they built their own system using lots and lots of algorithms by two thousand ten. They built a system with ninety nine percent. Accuracy across fifty types of bread tackling problems like different pastries that look remarkably similar and the same pastries that look different when one is baked. More or one got squished. As developing the back light the pastries have to be placed on to keep the lighting consistent even though they did have to also build a mathematical model to account for inconsistencies in color when it comes to bake times rather than showing assistant thousands of photos of each pastry as one would with a deep learning system they manually tweaked and honed the algorithms on each doughnut and danish until they got it right but their system learns to win. The system isn't sure instead of those green lines around each item. It shows yellow or red lines and prompts the user to select from some suggestions or manually input the product quoting again show bakery scan a pastry never seen on earth and it'll recognize the next one of its kind about forty percent of the time according to brain after just five examples it is ninety percent accurate and after twenty. It's nearly perfect. Moreover whereas deep learning systems are relatively inscrutable. You can't look at a neural network and say exactly why a decision emerged from it bakery scans judgments based as they are on hand engineered system or more particularly if the system. Miss identifies something. You can figure out why these days. It's unusual to develop in the way that brain developed bakery scan. The approach requires a mastery of fine details. It is in spirit artisanal. It takes years during which parameters must be tuned. Special cases accounted for deep learning relieves. You from having to understand how the seasons affect shadows in a donut hole you merely plug enough examples and the network figures it out and with deep learning. The same brain can accomplish different tasks when you feel different. Data deep mind. The alphabet subsidiary used data sets to train a single neural network to beat humans at chess shoghi and go systems that depend on domain specific knowledge as bakery scandal need not just new data but new filters new features in new algorithms before they can be used elsewhere and quotes nonetheless. The technology behind bakery scan now housed under the umbrella. Name of ai scan has gone on to be used in applications as far flung as distinguishing pills in hospitals to counting the number of people in eighteenth century woodblock prints and even spotting incorrectly wired bolts in jet engine parts but the most impressive application came in two thousand seventeen when quoting again. Dr louis pasteur's center for medical research in kyoto saw a television segment about bakery scan. He realized that cancer cells under a microscope looked kind of like bread and quotes. I love that observation but he was right. Ai scan has now been working for a few years on fine tuning their cancer cell detector. Saito a scan now. Being tested at two hospitals is able to look at an entire microscope slide and identify potentially cancerous cells with ninety nine percent accuracy based on features like the color tone size and texture of the nucleus and all round -ness of the cell as they continue to grow and build on their original system. Brain has had to bring in deep learning once recently when covid nineteen pushed bakery owners to start wrapping their pastries and individual packaging. Brain used a deep learning to help their bakery scan system still be able to identify the pastries behind the reflective plastic

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Interview with Sivan Metzger

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

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Sivan Metzger

"Yeah simmer so excited to have with us today. Seon metzker who leads the milwaukee business at data robot so welcome and thank you for joining us today. Thank you happy to be here today. Thank you for having been. They'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at data robot. Thanks first of all today's an international podcast and actually Speaking israel so. I'm seven in a mike. Mike company which would was acquired by data robots About a year and a half ago we were probably the first. Emma loves company in the industry as a matter of fact actually trait trademark down. Emma locks which we still own today that trademark. We're not using it or consuming. It right now Just running with him a lot as general industry factor. So what what we've been doing since Joining getting robots essentially really building And new business growth engine for the robot is pertains to Running all the learning models that are written in created anywhere in any language or being managed anywhere on any platform essentially mo ops from data. Robot is really the via the abstraction layer in the management layer to allow for mont managing any and all that created rennick being run. Anyone central location. This is Sedgley augmenting the core business which data robot was created and really built on the original category of automated machine learning auto melt since twenty twelve when it was founded in until advocates. Really a probably the driving force in the now a much more mature category Landed the beautiful connection in leading into an ops. The next essential next step if the building machine learning is one thing running she. Learning of course is the next step. I realized badly machine learning today Enormous fastest growing but second the second business inside of the data robot to the future. Who knows we'll be in so History enquiring company's growing the business. Another company we business. We were building a while back to automate machine. Learning was a time series. They mentioned it also acquired another company data space in a all. These together are combined to the overall vision zero to become an enterprise. Ai company working with customers all over the world fulfilling and debris and becoming facto for that. Yeah i mean. I think that's really one of the notable things we've noticed in the industry. I mean we actually pre produced as we had a report out recently part of our research service focusing on the machine learning platforms market. One of the things that we noted is that companies like data robot are continuing to expand the footprint of the things they do and that was that was also something that was focused as part of our machine learning life cycle conference which we ran january twenty sixth through twenty eighth raw of our listeners. Who are listening here. Twenty twenty one and it's available for free so if you if our listeners would like to come and watch the content. You're certainly welcome to do. So if you go to m. l. life cycle con dot com. You can see of quite actually quite a few sessions from data robot That that's their an on demand basis. You can go and you can watch all these videos and you can look at all these sessions about applying Well not just Amil ops but across the whole life cycle of machine learning. And that's really one of those notable things you know. Data robot continues to expand. So maybe you can give us a little bit of insight here you know. How has the data robot product expanded over the past few years to grow and encompass a wider range of these machine. Learning life cycle needs cool. Yeah i think go beyond the robot. I think my ovation of the industry. I wonder what you think about it. But it's we are collectively as industry really progressing in this journey of machine learning right and of course under those have been around for over fifty years of in the last decade or so the transformation the triangulation between snow so much view our source for data available now applying that. She likes to that to become of his bolstering. The ford is of the master situation. We're in within that everyone every company. No organization is progressing at their pace. But for the most part. I had the same my over twenty years in software. This is the first industry. I'm seeing that so. Many companies are actually progressing. Almost the same pace like the notre coming in things are changing very fast. But everyone's on cutting like a lot of people. Are you know trying to be as close as they ended the cutting edge and know the growth and progression through this journey almost homogeneous give just two examples though on front data robot that really builds the automo- category starting nine years ago and came out to the market about seven years ago. Nobody knew what it was and nobody really understood it and you fast forward seven years. There's so many auto companies nekia abilities out. There were people. The concept auto mail has become a very very strong way to ahmed. This is deemed. Make their work so much faster and more effective more efficient now. What actually happened when this became a prevailing Gory kind of birth. The next problem which is a great. Now there's an abundance of moms. They're actually trained. Prepared the ready to go. But the the chasm between taking all those mobs that already crossed industry across the world and actually make him effective enjoy contribution to the business at scale and that in coming to coming to that of valuation i mentioned is become like the present frontier and i'm really a been so focused on him elapse for the last four years in. I gotta tell you for years ago three years ago even two years ago even a year and a half ago. There weren't really that many people that were ready for it. So i was spending most of my time. Educating cdo's in four lucas and thinkers people were looking. What's going to happen two years away. But as we turned into twenty twenty and definitely towards the middle of twenty twenty we started to see the spike in a a rich transformation demands it stopped being education and it started being real strong in the market demand. And you could argue. It's because of the covid situation which actually accelerated the requirements to see value to see things management better scale but regardless it's also on the on the maturity curve and it's it's kinda cool to see how it suddenly turned spike and we saw a nice grabbed from actually google translated on in a The the keyword ops was very flat up to the mid level of twenty twenty and then it starts to spike in terms of search terms volume in google from the twenty points. Just been going crazy so you know. It's nice to see all the instrument during the same pace and coming to the point where you know Volusia data robot. I think it's it's either over Quivalent to the ability of the industry. And we're fueling that empowering and i think and we've had the right now we're we're helping. Let's say you know. Fueled the progression here by allowing. Actually people say hey. They're actually technologies and solutions. That are here to help you. Accelerate your situation across the The journey across maturity curve is not like it was years ago in the word solutions in every company to to out everything on their own is much more mature right now has more solutions in the market. That are coming in

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The Power of the Praline

FoodStuff

06:42 min | 1 year ago

The Power of the Praline

"Let's get to question let us for all liens are pralines or pauline's or lines. This is the first question what are they. Oh heck well a as it turns out the word of prowling can refer to a number of types of candies. What the word means in the american south is a soft fudgy type of carmel. Lumped with pieces of pecan and like a melt in your mouth super sweet rich buttery creamy confection with the contrasting crunch and complementary sweet buttery flavor cons so good. Oh my heck it's typically made by cooking a sugar with butter milk or cream or condensed milk. Maybe a little bit of annella and then at chapter have cons. An easter this constantly until it is a thick syrup softball stage for y'all candy makers and then you pour the the mass out onto a tray or a slab cool either in a single sheet to be broken into pieces later or in individual mounds sort of the the size and shape of a cookies when they're done they're dry the touch not sticky until they start to melt which they can like skin temperature You can get variations in there that include like rum for flavoring chocolate pralines peanut butter pralines chewier caramel praline. Pralines encased in hard chocolate sometimes called turtles cetera You can make them with other nuts too. I guess that is something. I've never seen but researching this episode. I have learned. That is definitely a thing. Yeah yeah okay. So in europe we run into some kind of serious linguistic confusion. Because in france from what i understand the word Prowling means whole almonds or other nuts that are cooked in boiling sugar then cooled so that it creates like granulated coding that keeps the almond inside fresh and i think it can also mean That confection crushed into a powder for use in like other candy making or baking. Or what have you here in the states we do call nuts that have been encased in a crunchy dairy sugar coating praline nuts and praline. Pecans are a holiday delicacy in the south. Yes meanwhile back in france. There's a related term of a means groundnuts or possibly praline knots cooked into a soft paste with sugar and chocolate and then coated in a hard chocolate. Shell like a like a bon. Bon yelm right. Meanwhile in belgium the word probably means any confection consisting of a hard chocolate shell encasing a softer filling one of the traditional fillings or perhaps traditional filling being prawning. Y'all it takes me like a really silly amount of time to suss all of this out i. It was like cross-referencing i. There was a lot of translating pages from french with google translate blake. I got very confused for a very hot minutes. Yeah that's one of the funny things about when you do grow up in an area and you don't realize something as regional venture outside of it and you're like wait you call leads. What and way for us. 'cause you just kind of assume the word means this turn out not necessarily yeah Yes so so. That's fun when you're googling it is it is it adds an extra layer of challenge of fun difficulty. A wrinkle an air history perhaps mystery what brolly are really great. Are we talking about well lauren. What about the nutrition. Well there. they're treat. It's you know it's sugar in nuts and fat it treats are nice. Tweets are great Not circling tristesse would imagine. I did find I guess this is a good transition into numbers portion. Because there aren't any numbers on pralines. But i did find one. That really cracked me up. And it was hyper specific to how many germans or eating pralines and how many were having more than one a day. And i just loved that this exists and is obviously not a well. Maybe not obviously but not the feeling we're talking about so i didn't include it but it was very funny to me that like only twenty percent of germans have proud leans more than once a day like a lot to me still. I'm just paraphrasing. Don't don't quote me on that but it was okay. Gave me a chuckle. that study did. Yeah yeah i Right right sussing out the numbers for for what. We are focusing on in this episode. Which is the american. South's version of that. Melty kind of fudge. Like pecan praline situation. Sussing that out from everything else was was was tough numbers size but i will say that at shops in new orleans that still make pralines by hand. I'm just i'm not gonna say consistently. I'm so sorry for anyone who is already being driven completely up the wall by this yeah shops new orleans. Still make them by hand out like for example Lays pralines a batch of two hundred takes about forty minutes to make start to finish and dedicated. Three person team can turn out a thousand a day. Whoa right hoof at the new orleans school of cooking. which does cooking demos and classes. They make thousands a day in overlapping batches and one cook who who mostly does candy making for them By the name of our ruffin told the la times. If i had to keep account on how many i make. I think i'd probably quit

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AI for Translating Enterprise Content - with Spence Green of Lilt

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:38 min | 1 year ago

AI for Translating Enterprise Content - with Spence Green of Lilt

"So i know. We're gonna be talking about ai for translation and clearly. That's a a workflow that you folks are impacting. Get an understanding of what it looks like. Now you get a big brand like an intel or some some large company. That's got localize all their web content. How do they do that with people. Sure so dan let me let me. I tell you a story so you can understand what the motivation for doing. This translation is so most people today are familiar with google. Translate and use it when you browse the web and you could translate chrome or you use it on your phone and you'll see this in a lot of consumer devices and that's really useful for these consumer use cases where you on translate a sign you see on the road or you see a restaurant menu or you just want to get a gist of a web page of language that you don't speak okay so that not as widely used. Google translate has had enormous impact. And everybody's familiar with that. The second case. I think it more. Broadly is in business and so our motivation for building. This company was experience. I had about fifteen years ago. I was living overseas in a country. A non english speaking country Were but were. Linguists was spoken as lingua franca. And i had a friend who didn't speak english but spoke the native language of this country and he told me that he was paid less and could not get a job because he didn't speak english. And this occurred to me as a sort of inequality that we don't talk about very much are you can learn a language but you can't control your native language. If you don't speak english it's a barrier to opportunity undertake percent okay so taking that as the premise. Now take got to business. Businesses sell their products and services. And they wanna make those available to people in different languages so that they can do their job so that they can do research for products so that they can learn and presently the way that that is done is by hiring people to type translation. There's assistance used but for the most part it's just hiring human translators to translate much the same way that transition has been done since i don't know before agricultural so what we wanted to do and no machine translation was used so this was about twenty ten when we were learning about this problem. So what we are initial idea was to emma and i met working on google. Translate to take that technology and art meant what translators do the translation. Problem is not a solved problem so we can't fully remove the human translator but we can certainly amplify what they do and if we can do that then we can make it much more affordable inefficient for companies to make all of their information available to anybody who wants it and so for comparison right now companies pay about eighty dollars for an eight and a half by eleven one and a half spaced. Page of twelve point type. So it's very very expensive. Let's ten yeah. Yeah and so we wanna use technology to drive that price down so that for a fixed budget. Companies can localize more of their information. That's good for them. They can grow their business. And it's good for the world because more people have access to the products and services that you and i take for granted. Yeah so. And i guess there's like the equality element here that you're sort of bringing in on the side but clearly it's just like if intel wants people in japan to read their stuff. There's that benefit to right. We were in english primarily we can. We can move our product. Yeah that's right. There's there's four hundred no there's about four hundred million native speakers of english there's about another seven hundred million l two speakers and then there are a couple of hundred million speaking for language. You're talking one and a half million people in the world that speak english that leaves what five and a half billion humanity. Yeah regarding of humanity right so it's it's not just for positive social impact. We're capitalists and this is an opportunity for businesses to to grow their son of customers at eighty bucks a page. I mean that's a business opportunity right the folks that we've seen working on translation of all kinds of pick their lane. Your lane seems to be sort of digital asset. So maybe we'll walk through what that looks like now. So let's say a big company knows a general electric you know they're they're got a new jet engine in they're going to sell it around the world as do normally they're going to create their when it's web pages it sales collateral you probably know the list and then and then they would hire their team of people hopefully have a relationship with who are going to a really nice fine comb job at eighty bucks a page of four for all those different assets that more or less what it looks like now. Yeah that's exactly right. So typically a business will decide we're going to do business in these markets and that's a business decision and then the choices which of their of their english experience because usually companies translating out of english four. You're going to make available in that market and so for example. One of our customers is intel. Everybody knows intel's products and intel sales. They look lies into about sixteen languages right now. And so that's everything that's until dot com product manuals technical specs marketing materials. Everything having to do with intel's products and services and it turns out that despite the fact that translation so expensive it's typically less expensive than offering new content from scratch every day work in the second sort of operational constraint is companies generally want a consistent brand across their products and services. If you're offering things in different locales you've got a lot more people involved. It's very very difficult to control the brand so it's much easier to author in one language. Control the brand messaging there and then localized into a bunch of different languages. So that's kind of the business. Motivation for

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Reverse-Engineering the Impact of the British Establishment on Muslims

TMV Podcast

07:10 min | 2 years ago

Reverse-Engineering the Impact of the British Establishment on Muslims

"Welcome to the team podcast brought to you by the Muslim, vibe. I'm hosting possum. And this I'm Rushton in my introduction because the root. Team members of Muslim vibe team and other associated people in the office are not happy about the fact that I'm recording this for whatever reason. So I'M GONNA keep it brief. I'm joined this week by William Burroughs who is a London based research in sociology. He looks at how young Muslims in Europe and North America, navigate, race, class and gender barriers from a D., colonial and restorative perspective. That right I'm. Just reading off his website. William is a an individual who has. Countries the Muslim vitamin the posses made assume videos for us. I'm going to Lincoln description. We talk about them at all the beginning. We also talk in the podcast about white privilege and the current academic project that he's working on. which kind of looks at reverse engineering? What the British establishment has done to Muslims, and how people are able to, and have successfully on a fullback and space themselves. I'm quite a wide ranging discussion I'm hope you enjoy it. Without further ado, because of the rude people in the office to and not allowing me to speak too much on this. Sound policeman. Harris Michael Mercedes with William. William Thank. You thank you for for joining me on this podcast so I guess some people may be familiar with your face that watching this because we've done what you produced a series of of committing documentaries for us. Around some random topics. I'm trying to think back to how it all came together. So I think you got in touch with US maybe a couple of years ago. And and you had at the time I think we shed one of your videos which around? was like this. Robot version of the of the Muslim influence. Oh, yeah, that was Yeah, what working? I haven't seen that because I. Think it's hard to actually. They got that video struggle to find him for it last. What was that? So basically, it was an experiment in the sense that. You know if I can put things this way Assessor Gist, which is my job. My job is to understand. Why do people do certain things and? It's basically like being a psychologist before crowds for movements trends. But at the same time when I started my mic, my studies I as a Muslim academic. There was something that for me like a religious duty. 'cause you know for example if I talk about the topic. Is Between fifteen thousand and twenty thousand words, a chapter of my book or Article but not everyone has the time to re this and necessarily understand will jog on and stuff so I i. consider you know known as? That's minorities. Jala is not valid until it shed. And you know so. How my question for the DOT words. How do I make it? These topics complex topics accessible for most people, and then I got inspired by. Keynote these like age a-plus videos. And I thought yeah, let's try to do some videos. In a similar way, a very short format with like culture, popular references and stuff, but also did some fictions individual. You mentioned actually was one of these experiments. Where basically it's a it's a stop in fiction where I imagine. What if all these influences that we see on Instagram Youtube? There were actually robots designed by Google facebook a for Muslims to abide by the government's guidelines, so that was the NC. How people would respond to such narrative so this. Would you actually I play like a scientist and? A friend of plays like a robot actuaries ten still out for three minutes, and we use like google voice from Google, translate to for the speech and. It was. I felt like when video came out. It definitely started conversations I'm sure it ruffled a few feathers, but also got people thinking and people talking which I'm sure was your kind of Ame behind that in some sense, and then also and I'll probably try and put a link to all the different video that we discussed in this in the in the description, but does also A. Series. That we did on the most imbibed. Within that we, so we sat down. We kind of Map Tau different conversation topics. We wanted to discuss so things like politics white privilege I was actually another one and look at my note masculinity. An. What was that journey like? Because again I the the kind of brief I. Guess We gave to you is that we want? To have pieces on this one conversations to be had around this, but we don't want him to be kind of light. We WanNa go quite deep, and obviously with your kind of academic background as well. We want to really be able to get hawk. Get to the heart of these conversations. And and I think we kind of did that like that. I remember the the white privilege episode was yourself and Two or three other white Muslims that you had that interview. I'd that will combat I believe as well I they were kind of unpacking and exploring in discussing direction, relative privilege, and whatever else and. It's interesting because there was it was very feedback that one person was asking for example why there was only white people on the documentary on the on the mini documentary that we produced. And I guess what was that whole Jenny like like off of the different mini documentary that we wanNA marriage as well. What was your favorite to record in research and and I think you know although these topics are very important for me. Because all of these topics were more or less part of my journey, not only it's not only topics I research in the university this topics that are impacting on my personal life, the life of my friends, and so on and so on, and you know especially when it comes to things like a me, metoo movements who black lives matter. The problem I felt was that lots of men and lots of white Muslims you know when that people expressed that you have these like global movements, so people feel attacked and they take it personally. and. The thing is a some men and also white Muslim understand what comes from?

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Reverse-Engineering the Impact of the British Establishment on Muslims with William Barylo)

TMV Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Reverse-Engineering the Impact of the British Establishment on Muslims with William Barylo)

"William Thank. You thank you for for joining me on this podcast so I guess some people may be familiar with your face that watching this because we've done what you produced a series of of committing documentaries for us. Around some random topics. I'm trying to think back to how it all came together. So I think you got in touch with US maybe a couple of years ago. And and you had at the time I think we shed one of your videos which around? was like this. Robot version of the of the Muslim influence. Oh, yeah, that was Yeah, what working? I haven't seen that because I. Think it's hard to actually. They got that video struggle to find him for it last. What was that? So basically, it was an experiment in the sense that. You know if I can put things this way Assessor Gist, which is my job. My job is to understand. Why do people do certain things and? It's basically like being a psychologist before crowds for movements trends. But at the same time when I started my mic, my studies I as a Muslim academic. There was something that for me like a religious duty. 'cause you know for example if I talk about the topic. Is Between fifteen thousand and twenty thousand words, a chapter of my book or Article but not everyone has the time to re this and necessarily understand will jog on and stuff so I i. consider you know known as? That's minorities. Jala is not valid until it shed. And you know so. How my question for the DOT words. How do I make it? These topics complex topics accessible for most people, and then I got inspired by. Keynote these like age a-plus videos. And I thought yeah, let's try to do some videos. In a similar way, a very short format with like culture, popular references and stuff, but also did some fictions individual. You mentioned actually was one of these experiments. Where basically it's a it's a stop in fiction where I imagine. What if all these influences that we see on Instagram Youtube? There were actually robots designed by Google facebook a for Muslims to abide by the government's guidelines, so that was the NC. How people would respond to such narrative so this. Would you actually I play like a scientist and? A friend of plays like a robot actuaries ten still out for three minutes, and we use like google voice from Google, translate to for the speech and. It was. I felt like when video came out. It definitely started conversations I'm sure it ruffled a few feathers, but also got people thinking and people talking which I'm sure was your kind of Ame behind that in some sense, and then also and I'll probably try and put a link to all the different video that we discussed in this in the in the description, but does also A. Series. That we did on the most imbibed. Within that we, so we sat down. We kind of Map Tau different conversation topics. We wanted to discuss so things like politics white privilege I was actually another one and look at my note masculinity. An. What was that journey like? Because again I the the kind of brief I. Guess We gave to you is that we want? To have pieces on this one conversations to be had around this, but we don't want him to be kind of light. We WanNa go quite deep, and obviously with your kind of academic background as well. We want to really be able to get hawk. Get to the heart of these conversations. And and I think we kind of did that like that. I remember the the white privilege episode was yourself and Two or three other white Muslims that you had that interview. I'd that will combat I believe as well I they were kind of unpacking and exploring in discussing direction, relative privilege, and whatever else and. It's interesting because there was it was very feedback that one person was asking for example why there was only white people on the documentary on the on the mini documentary that we produced. And I guess what was that whole Jenny like like off of the different mini documentary that we wanNA marriage as well. What was your favorite to record in research and and I think you know although these topics are very important for me. Because all of these topics were more or less part of my journey, not only it's not only topics I research in the university this topics that are impacting on my personal life, the life of my friends, and so on and so on, and you know especially when it comes to things like a me, metoo movements who black lives matter. The problem I felt was that lots of men and lots of white Muslims you know when that people expressed that you have these like global movements, so people feel attacked and they take it personally.

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iPhone 12 preview, via iOS 14

Talking Tech

02:24 min | 2 years ago

iPhone 12 preview, via iOS 14

"It's July which means. Everyone were only about three months away from getting our hands on a new iphone. In mid-september, apple is expected to introduce its latest and greatest the iphone twelve in a host of price points and designs. No one knows for sure what exactly they will look like except that they will be built for working on the new. Super Fast. Five G. Wireless. Networks. But this we do know the home screen is going to be very different. Your apps will be gathered in a way. They're not now making calls and scrolling through texts will be more visually interesting, and you'll be able to turn your car on and off with an iphone. Maybe let me fill you in. Today's talking tech I'm Jefferson Graham now those new features. I just filled you in on our part of thirteen, the latest update apple's mobile operating system, which will be released in September the new. IOS provides the new look for the latest iphones and works on older phones as well. Let's run those features down. The home screen design is to give you more info at a glance, says apple, which means that in addition to your apps you can also see for instance a ticker tape of news items your calendar items or the weather. Now, we all have too many APPS and they're spread all over the phone so now apple is going to auto. Organize them into like minded categories. Visuals for calls and texts instead of staring at a blank screen. When you're caller is on speaker soon you'll have visuals over eighty percent of the window and for texts you can organize them by photos of your contacts. Maps is getting bicycle directions, which is long overdue. have. You ever used Google translate apple traveling while now. Apple is bringing translation to the iphone finally. The. Most intriguing feature of the mall is called Car Keys, which lets you turn on and off your car from your iphone or even share the feature with a friend or loved one. Hey, Dad, can I borrow the car just second junior while I send you a text. Caveat in a big one. The feature only works with one model car new. BMW's produced after July twenty twenty, so this one is going to take a long time to get your driveway, but worth salivating for right.

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Google’s much improved Pixel Buds are finally here

Techmeme Ride Home

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Google’s much improved Pixel Buds are finally here

"Back when the pixel phones were refreshed. You might remember that. Google announced the hundred and seventy nine dollars. Second Gen Pixel Bud wireless ear buds. They were to be Google's first. True wireless ear buds eliminating that fabric tether that the first generation had and the emphasis at the time was on the hands. Free Google assistant voice control capabilities. However they weren't immediately made available delayed for six months or something as Google said at the time. Well it's been six months. It's spring and finally. The new Pixel Buds are here and at the Verge Chris. Welsh says. The design is much improved. Wireless charging is cool. Google assistant works well and the sound quality is very good. However one small caveat quote new to this iteration as soft stabiliser arc. Think of it like a silicone fin on each earbud. That's meant to help the Pixel buds stay anchored in your ears. I had no issues with comfort. But we've been testing a few pairs of Pixel Buds and dinner and Becca. Bo said the ARC caused some soreness during extended listening and quote. I should describe this. It's not a silicon thin. That goes around the outside of your ear. It's actually it tucks inside your kind ear canal a little bit. I can see how if your ears aren't shaped correctly. That would be a little uncomfortable. So I know if that's a deal breaker or not I guess it depends on your ear and I mean one advantage of the design is the fact that you don't have anything dangling from your head if you'll recall that does mean it sort of looks like you've got Frankenstein. Monster style bolts in your ears. But I guess that's an a weirder than any other design that's out there. And frankly the coolest application of these things remains the ability to use google. Translate in real time if you're traveling. And Encountering Foreign Tongues Chris's conclusion in his review. Was this quote at one. Hundred seventy nine dollars. The Pixel Buds are priced at the same level as Jabra's elite seventy five t ear buds. Which is still personally pick over these for their more dynamic sound and because you don't miss out on features depending on what phone you have. There's unsurprisingly no pixel buds APP for IOS. But if Google assistant has a decent sized presence in your life you might be willing to make do with the downsides of Google's new ear buds lacking base and the occasional swell in outside noise for the convenience of being able to call upon it anytime anywhere

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Educating Developers About Actions on Google with Yksel Tolun, Google Developer Expert

Inside VOICE

07:59 min | 2 years ago

Educating Developers About Actions on Google with Yksel Tolun, Google Developer Expert

"I know that you're a lawyer during the day so I'm curious. What got you interested in technology and specifically voice technology enough to pursue this on the side as well. I have been interested in programming or all my life. I have met programming by ten and ever since then I haven't interested in bed. I wanted to build things that many of us that got me into building web applications and then Iran's low school by Jack pursuing it. I always had this interest. Bod Bonding one. Good thing about not thinking about making money from development is that you get to pursue feels that are experimental that other developers might see non-profitable islands. One of those people lucky enough to have the time and the energy to proceed. These deals and none of them was check box. I read an article about chat bots on how Baber the feature of technology interfaces and I was eager to try Giant learn how to build one that got me into API and then it became glow. Got Into Google assistant and how I ended up before a psychology but when I made my first force application it literally spoke to me. I said this is what I WANNA do. This is what I actually looking for. You know ever since I started programming and hooked ever since I heard most hitchens in Bombay I love that. I loved it that passion has been there for so long one of the things you've mentioned before that's important to you is the ability to translate emotions and feelings of voice go from one language to another. Why is it something that needs to be thought about? And how do you suggest it be done? This is something I always but might ultimately shops because I actually talked to a group that is probably going to translate once chiller experienced. Run up there so this is really important to talk about. I've actually talked about this in another interview languages. Have you know small nuances? That can change. The entire experience was or changed the meaning so we need to think about these bad translating inexperienced. Because sometimes I translate inaction or experience or conversation and I think the centers. It's dramatic incorrect of that sad puppies. That's not how we say it. We should think about rewriting a novel. And you're trying impress the reader we should think about the person or the user is going to feel when they drafted this user experience. So it's really important or developers from station designers to take into account what's appropriate to say while language or some of the little idioms or maybe Faysal orbs. Y'All should really think about the conversational nuances before. Translating is skill or voice experience as really important. I'd actually off the boss Harry Potter on this subject before I'm GonNa do again airport Translation is one of the best translations. In my opinion I read in both languages and I'm really happy that I read it in Turkish because translators took the time so make the spells or made up. came up with sound like Turkish. They translated That makes sense both as Orban told towards usually they are and in a way that sound structure. That is a medically glocer. What I'm used to hearing it was really important for me as a child with a bellevue. things that sound but sounds like us and uses the voice of US bench Experience we should take into account and no of do our research before using Google translate or any other atomic transition dollars. That is a great point and I love to hear that Harry Potter translated so well. I'm sure that's a really interesting to read into different languages. It is. Yeah now you have done a lot of experience in organizing in mentoring workshops and hack Athans about actions on Google and evacuate done over thirty four events in two countries eighteen cities and that was just for two thousand nineteen. What got you started in hosting these events. And how do you usually run them? Walk me started is actually a GDP do not Jewish community is right. There will developer communities on the world and I was a part of Gijon Kara and at that point I was only the developing chat bots with API or other Alex Lowe with the names but stable like trying to host a Google Assistant Event. Just didn't have anyone to talk about. Who LOSES THEM OR D platform? So I checked out the platform and soul of that. I read the new technology behind it and I told them I could do this. Dan I did and they really liked it and they shared that I knew the stop other Jewish communities some of them called me and then after I realized people want to hear what I say. I applied a couple events and one another. I started doing this and I really liked the fact that finally I could give back to the community that has been giving to me our show long because I have learned a lot from developer my past and I really like the idea of being able to share my knowledge at passionate so this is what started however actually run them right now it depends on which event. I'm running if I'm running the workshop. I tried to keep the number of attendees in twenty to forty because after forty really yes crowded and I can't answer every question and I may miss some errors or others abuts between these numbers. It's really productive and I tried to start with talk immediate talk of because even though of you're doing a workshop people still need learn about voice. Revolution the actually able to appreciate the workshop itself vice stocked with mental. I talk about the whole human to machines reactions changing and then ice. Some statistics for people like numbers. I show them how the industry is growing and Ben actually talk about how many Turkish actions are there and why is such a big deal. Torreon developers to a field and get used to it or get good at it because afterwards start the workshop. I have a sector right now. I usually with one action. That can take one input and Ben repeated and then you take a step. Further in the next art buyer. Easy Take that. Inputs and do something programmatic in the fulfillment and afterwards they all try on their devices. That are it's android are and they're to go. That's the workshops that I hold for beginners and if I'm running more invest like for example with Jimmy did programming skills. I usually go one step forward and have visual opponents. Shown to them how you'd slide cards. Why you should can use our cells and such and such but sometimes we hold these special events very take the whole day and start with. Diallo Design Conversation Design To The programing part. So it really depends on what kind of man running. It's usually focused on getting the developers started. Because it's such a new field in my talks. I like to focus on many different voice expenses that you can bill not just. The voice skills are voice actions on the Google about smart home actions or other experiences that they can build in talks. I chunk of folks a number in workshops. I usually focused on the programming side or actress on Google.

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Future of Cognitive Automation: Interview with Manish Rai, VP, Automation Anywhere

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

07:24 min | 2 years ago

Future of Cognitive Automation: Interview with Manish Rai, VP, Automation Anywhere

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host Catholic And I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. So today we're really thrilled to be here at automation anywhere for day. And we have a special guest. Our guest is who is the VP of product marketing automation anywhere. How many thank you so much for joining us on today's Today podcast. Thank you for having me. Yeah thanks for joining us today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at automation anywhere. My Name is money. Sri and vice president of product marketing. I'm responsible for all the offerings automation. Anyway I have been in the industry for twenty years and in product marketing for the last fifteen years and I focused on AI. For at least five years out of those fifteen years so really excited to be here and excited to be talking to you and your community who gray and I think you here at at the day. The focus that I a part is intelligent automation for our listeners and intelligent automation has gained adoption in many sectors in recent years and one of those places that people may be familiar with intelligent automations as concert robotic process automation. Rpi So many people see our and intelligent automation as a gateway to more cognitive forms of automation. Such as artificial intelligence and so. What role does play to move? Companies up this ladder of intelligent automation so arbeit is primarily used to buy enterprises to automate repetitive business processes and what? Rta has gotten good at over. The last decade of innovation is going to wear the decides helping companies collected from the systems where the data decides and oftentimes that data is split across multiple it systems. That could be a legacy mainframe system DOS system and a modern cloud based enterprise software and it can find that data stitched together formatted in the right format so it can be used by platforms starts fair. A big value comes in and then often people take that data upload to a platform and the cloud and then it gives you some results and you have to act on them and again our P. is handy is taking those results and triggering the next steps in the workflow in the enterprise system so increasingly what people are finding is arpey is the perfect solution for orchestrating. Ai and it's more so because today you have a fragmented ecosystem of platforms that is companies like Beta robot. That might have good Auto Mau. Google translate may work very well versus Microsoft. Osceola works handwriting. And so when you try to combine that together and use those technologies you pick the best of breed from these solutions and is a natural solution for staging than orchestrating across that and that leads into my next question because I think that in order for organizations to really get and realized the power of intelligent automation they need to combine technologies and approaches including our PA but then other cognitive technologies as well. You know like you said they WanNa pick and choose the best. They don't want to be locked into just one vendor or one solution and we see this around our seven patterns of Aids while the our listeners. Know we talk about a lot on our podcast. So the idea of hyper personalization. And if they want predictive analytics and they want gold driven systems and they want to be able to spot patterns or anomaly. They're going to need different solutions in different toolkits for each of those. So can you share with us some examples where RPI and other approaches are used together to help address some of these challenges and automation? Yeah I think if you look back at the history of the company one of the first Will be spotted. An opportunity was in understanding document. Because when you were can start automating processes in the back office. Many of the order to cash procure to be you have invoices and purchase orders. Which are people? Based and fortunately there's lack of standardization of what invoice should look like and sometimes marketing folks like myself go crazy and making the invoices looking pretty which creates a challenge for technology put understanding and processing it so dot be looked at all the INTELLIGENCIA solutions and David. Not Designed for business. Use It in mind who using our automate these processes so we decided to create Iq Baud. Which was a new category intelligence document processing? Today's the fastest growing category in enterprise software growing faster than our and. It's the fastest growing product line and automation. So that was the first stadium be saw we have more than five hundred customers who are using that and every quarter hundreds of new customers as signing on so it's adoption like. I think we were talking to one of the investors and who was saying that if I was a standalone company. It'll be a unicorn in itself so that's one eighty via seeing tremendous adoption. Second Avia people started looking at it when you're looking to automate. Business processes often the underlying applications change. And you need more intelligence to adopt changes in the application for minor. Changes and computer vision comes into play. That's where we started applying ai sense which uses deep learning and computer vision to adopt changes and also work in difficult to automate environments like virtual desktop environments. Where you don't get legless screen like ice? Gm page streamed as an image. So you have to use computer vision to understand. The different fees are so a robot can click on that field and perform some action then. What we found lately is the number of use cases. Starting couple of years started multiplying big time. We have a big company. That's destructing the hospitality space and David getting thousands of listings from people wanting to list their property on their site and David combat images and people will have to manually review the image to extract amenities and they created a model in using computer vision. Now an rt about takes. The listing sends the images to Google preteen model which automatically extracts the amenities available based on the pictures. And they found that they can approve twice as many listings. Now at me the listings went up to experts because a lot of people who list and they'll be waiting for approvals and they'll abandon the listing so their listings went up to x by using automation. And that's an example and other company to Silicon Manufacturing and they take pictures to figure out defect and people are manually analyzing those pictures look for defects to do they need to reject the way for and now the train the computer vision model in the cloud and be takes those pictures. Upload Staten Automatically determines what should be rejected. So they're a lot of interesting these use cases via beginning to see

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How Canticos Creator Susie Jaramillo Built an Inclusive Kids' Brand

Latina to Latina

11:01 min | 2 years ago

How Canticos Creator Susie Jaramillo Built an Inclusive Kids' Brand

"Had a meal knows how to build a brand for years. She led one of the top multicultural creative agencies in the US then she decided to apply that expertise for brand of her own encompass a media company that designs develops and distributes animated films books and Apps Today Day. I'm in Suzy's home in Brooklyn hoping to absorb her wisdom on branding pivoting mid-career instinct focused on the purpose. That drives her business suzie. I was planning on starting this interview by telling you that because I know interview new. I've been singing this by ethos and we're seeing that in my home all the time of But Wow I am with you on a big day for you. Yeah it's it's a very exciting day. Two two million dollars raised in an oversubscribed seed round. Yeah it's very exciting. That's got to feel good. It the imprinting is really shows how people really get the opportunity. It shows how you know. The investment community really understands who need for content and for brands hands that appeal to diverse markets diverse kids to raise families. What was it like to walk into those rooms and make those pitches it it was? I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's a little intimidating because Because I don't come from finance I've never raise is money before I got to walk in with my partner. WHO's amazing and I have a fundamental belief that if you be true to yourself everything else will follow? It was my job in those rooms to tell the story. That's all I had to do by also really felt I walked into every single Thinking if this to be it will happen. If this is not meant to be it will not happen and and that is a wonderful way of like letting go of all of your fears. I've always believed that like fears for rich people right there with insecurity. Those are like luxuries. I can't really afford so I would just walk in like okay. This is what we're doing. This is what we're doing it. It makes complete sense to us if you would like to be a part of this in help purpose built. You are welcome if you have a if you really question this opportunity if you question this market if you don't believe in what we're doing we're probably not the right fit for you you you say. Your premise is simple when in reality what you're trying to do is very complicated Build beloved brands and tell authentic stories create content inspired by a world of culture US media and technology as a force for good. Those are not simple goals. Susie you know one at a time name I I like to say you can do everything just not at once not all at once and you put one foot in front of the other. If you're gonNA build a brand it might as well. Maybe a beloved brands that stands the test of time right. If you're going to build a brand it might as well have substance. It might as well have stories if you come from a diverse this culture you might as well tell your story You might as well elevate your community And if you're an artist if you're a creative I think you you do your best when you serve when you are true to your community when you're a true to your values and when you are to the message that you think needs needs to be told at a given point in time and I think right now it's really important that our stories be told the way we wanna tell them who you say you knew what was missing in the market. What was missing? Well it's kind of funny so I I came from the advertising space and I'm GonNa just do the setup I in on a regular basis. I pitched the the multiple markets the Latino opportunity. In how how how much How powerful this market was? Did you ever get to a point where you would say. They're the most brand loyal group American. Almost gag from the fact that you have us us my my frustration with his with the Latin communities that they don't demand more they don't demand more from their media companies more from the companies that they buy from their market. It gets taken for granted completely and that was the massive source of frustration for me. It's like sure they they watch these media outlets because they're the only ones that cater to them and didn't want to tell their stories and I was like I love these cultures. I lived these cultures and so I felt that okay. So here's a business opportunity. Now you know because on a regular basis. I'm pitching this business. Yeah I know that these These my most of my clients are not really going to do much because they can. I just want to do what's good enough And I was having babies and I was kind I'm done mentally done with. Advertising was okay this is. I'm not doing what I was supposed to do. I know that you have this little inside voice. It's the little voice that tells you you know. This would be a a really good idea. You could do this really well And I wasn't drawing. I'm an artist by trade. What I studied? That's what I'm best at and I was like like you know what there's a massive opportunity to do. Wonderful beautiful illustrated stories animated projects for in my my case in the Latin community. And I'm not going to do it here in the advertising agency let me at least in a low hanging fruit I mean where my board books that celebrate my Latin culture whereas Los dos elsewhere it whereas Valencia. And I was like if I don't do this someone else is GonNa do it. They're going to do it badly. And I'm going to be so I'm going to be so are a lot of people that have done about it. I mean wouldn't you. I've had the experience of going to buy Spanish language books for my child and I was not a lot on the shelf. A lot of what's on the shelf. Feels like it was an afterthought sims my husband's like did they run this through Google translate to like do they have an actual Spanish Naggar. Who wrote that's what what when you actually looked at the market? What wasn't there so most of what you would find in terms of board books were translations thousands of American nursery rhymes or translations of American classics important books? Eric Carlyle Dr Seuss in Spanish right. But you couldn't couldn't find the witty wonderful issue rhymes that actually come from that culture which also matters because those things are written to rhyme in a way that helps you learned and some basics of language doesn't work in transliteration exit also so so that was my talent right because I if we can sing twinkle twinkle star in Spanish why why can't the American markets signals produce in English. Why can't Arner three rhymes be American classics? We're a part of this tapestry. Now so part of my challenge as a kid who grew up. Dr Seuss was let me take all of these wonderful nursery rhymes and interpret them in English. And I want American kids to sing thing little. Ticky squeaky wheel feel you know what I mean and understand these nursery rhymes and seeing them in English and this this way the Spanish will be closer took the culture will be closer to them because part of our responsibility as cultural ambassadors is to bring the cultures closer together whether it be through language anguish whether through pre culture are. It doesn't matter like if I have a little American kid singing in English a little Latin. Could we'll get excited. They we know it right. Even though it's an English familiar to them anyways I just wanted to make it easier for everybody. So how did you start. I didn't know exactly what this would look like. I knew it would be a brand. I knew it would celebrate all these adorable little characters. Start starring Little Ticky Pretty cute right But I didn't know how I was GONNA do it. However it just made sense to start with board bucks and I wanted the board books to be reversible and lift the flap so for someone who doesn't have a child aboard book book is a Board Book is a thick heavy book that a kid will not tear easily critical thing understand? We're on it. I will survive you you wanted. It's like Xuan ability imports. And here's here's another part this is. This is a book that has very few words. So if you're an artist it's it's low hanging fruit. It's a book that relies heavier on art that it does than it does on on Written prose so you can do a board book with one nursery tree rhyme so I was like oh my gosh. This is a series. It's mother goose for the for the Latino community but it I personally find bilingual. Books oftentimes sometimes cumbersome because it's two languages that they throw at you at on the same page and it's it's it's cumbersome and I wanted to do this. In a different format I wanted reversible board books because because with reversible board books you can read it in in Spanish in one language and when the kid goes again again okay again. Let's written English so you get to read to the child one on language at a time and you instilled them in the love for languages with the repetition and then they're able to appreciate things like phonics and music and early literacy excuses skills one at a time so I wanted to explore that new format which I've never seen done with books here in the United States and and I had it in my head like I gotta do this gotTa do this but of course life takes over right ahead. At the time I had two little kids I had a four year old and a two and a half year old and the two and a half year old was starting pre pre K.. Like two days a week two and a half days a week in a little playgroup in a church basement and she. He did not want to go to her group and she was throwing all kinds of temper tantrums and being the sucker that I was I decide. Okay I will leave. I'll sit here for four hours or at least maybe half an hour until you let me go and I was in a church basement with there was no internet so I couldn't read the news on my phone. Which is normally what I would have done so I grab some construction paper? And I started mapping out my little stickies book the first book that we did and when I saw how the format actually really worked and how I could lift the flap into peel and how I could make the create a wheel and make the the hen run to go get the the corn. I got really excited and that was just the START I hey. I had a fully illustrated book two weeks later because I got so excited. I just immediately start drawing illustrated and then after that I just started the next book. Okay now I'm GonNa do elephants now because one think I knew from my time as a creative is that you can talk all day long. But if you don't show people something they cannot imagine at the battles of so you know if you and if you can't do the due diligence of believing in yourself and fleshing out your idea yourself will then it's not their responsibility to like project act a made up vision of what you could do into the air so it is important that you just do it that you just you know you know. It's funny because oftentimes people will tell me. Well how did did you find the time to do it and Blah Blah and. I just think it's important to know that you will never find the time nobody ever finds time. You make the time if you really want to do something thank you just do it and everything else has followed since

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Tracking The Money Race Behind The Presidential Campaign

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Tracking The Money Race Behind The Presidential Campaign

"What David we are heading into what's going to be a by all accounts an extremely expensive general election the FCC has basically been paralyzed since last summer they lost the minimum number of commissioners they lost their quorum effectively means they can't authorize new investigations or impose penalties so that's a really serious thing as we look at the twenty twenty presidential race it's it this particular story was uncovered but are there a lot of others situations that might be slipping through the cracks right now absolutely I mean it really actually came down to some watch dogs not government itself but some elections watch dogs who noticed the contribution wondered who global energy producers was this anonymous LOC traced it back to life partners in Igor Freeman didn't find a foot print for them in English language press but found them in Russian language Ukrainian news art of wow and ran them through Google translate and that's really what we know about these

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Interpreter, Google’s real-time translator, comes to mobile

Daily Tech News Show

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Interpreter, Google’s real-time translator, comes to mobile

"Going back to google interpreter. TERP mode if you're not familiar. It's Google assistant feature that translates your conversations in real time is coming to phones. Interpreter mode works with forty four languages. His and wakes up with the phrase. Hey Google helped me speak Thai or for example. Hey Google be my German translator. All at that point assistant will translate let your speech read it out loud and then suggest smart. Reply is the can speed up the conversation by letting respond without having to speak yourself this. Yeah Google translate already. Does this if you have the Google translate APP which can get on Iowa so we're android but having an assistant especially if you have an android phone means you don't have have to bother launching it. You just talk to your phone God a number one. Google translate an absolute necessity. If you're traveling a nation with a different language and percents it made a honestly not to get all healthy on soft. Diffuse Lights But when I went out to visit family in Italy It was it necessary. Like not just good not just a helpful. It was something that greatly a bound us more together as distant relatives it was a exceptional so any easier. The one thing that bad about it was having to I wound up settling on IOS downloading the Italian keyboard. Just so I could use for them. Just the single push button where they could talk and then translate that of things or I could just hand them the phone and they could type it if it was easier for them to type than talk but the the easier and better these functions are as core elements of any phone the better off we are all going to be as humans and Google translator now will just listen and detect the language being spoken So so you don't even have to switch around you can just say you can just have people talking okay. That was Italian. I'm going to translate that to English by vice versa simply using this upcoming trip to Japan I have no doubt about that. Oh for sure and I will say I mean. Google assistant is the best at this the best by far I having travelled many places in the last several years where there are a variety of tools that are available to to interpret Britt speech that I don't understand otherwise it is the absolute best so the fact that interpreter mode comes to phones. I'm sure as a welcome feature to a lot of

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Language Isn't The Problem - Effort Is

Trent365

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Language Isn't The Problem - Effort Is

"Problem is the problem? AH greetings from Coventry. The spark capital of the world. Okay really the spot capital of the world. In fact when I told people I was coming to Coventry they said why but the SPA conferences. He for a couple of days and I'm speaking of tomorrow hates country but as you know spend a little time in hotels hotels and a Lotta time in breakfast restaurants and is really struck me lightly the amount of time that gets wasted over basic communication errors because the staff now a couple of real simple words in the language of the guest things like if you think about it. Breakfast is a great example. Because there's not a lot of communication that has to happen. It's room number please. Would you like T- would you like coffee. Can you sign the bill. That's pretty much the extent of most conversations in most breakfast restaurants in a hotel so it would be really really easy these days. There's no excuse I mean you've got Google translate on your phone. There's a number of other translation APPs and you know in reality. It's not gonna be long before though that technology pretty much sits at the table. Anyway or it's it's on the fire you all must be able to have those conversations in real time in that person's listens language technologies today. It's just we haven't rolled it out in the service industry yet but I think the same is true in a lot of situations where the communication in problems that we have. It's really not about language anymore because the tools a day that we need to have language barrier. It's just the effort that you put into actually actually learning the language learning a couple of woods and the amount of time that I've seen wasted over the last couple of months especially in breakfast restaurants. Where if you have been able to say good morning would you like? Would you like coffee. What's your room number? It would have saved so much time for the staff. And I've seen these stuff go back three four five times trying. Talk slower trying to talk with different intonation trying to get the message across to these guests but it doesn't matter how slow you talk they just don't understand the woods and so a little bit of effort on behalf of your staff will not only make their life a lot easier. It'll make the guest experience better and isn't that kind of why we're here for in in the first place so think about language. Language shouldn't be a barrier. It's making the effort and the effort that you might be rewarded so languages. The problem is if it already that is it for today. Thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow.

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What Does it Mean for a Machine to "Understand"? with Thomas Dietterich

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:37 min | 2 years ago

What Does it Mean for a Machine to "Understand"? with Thomas Dietterich

"We're really digging into this topic. what it means for machine to understand A recent blog post postive yours and I thought to get things kicked off. I read your couple of the opening sentences you wrote critics. A recent advances in artificial intelligence complained that although these advances have produced remarkable improvements in AI system these systems still do not exhibit real true or genuine understanding the use of words like real true and genuine imply that understanding is binary system either exhibits genuine understanding or. It does not the difficulty with this way of thinking. Is that human understanding. We're standing is never complete and perfect as so certainly the way you've laid that Opening argument out it resonates with me. I recently Had Gary Marcus on the show. This was back in September and we spoke about the book that he recently launched rebooting. Hey I And he's pretty. He's very outspoken. As a critic of deep learning. And maybe that's not the way he would put it maybe he'd say a critic of deep learning kind of as a standalone path to Artificial General Intelligence but union reading the blog post I couldn't help but think of Gary. Marcus says being although you didn't name him kind of You know person in absentia that you're writing adding this to maybe talk a little bit about the you know the broader context for This post and maybe how you know what prompted you derided right. If you know Gary was part of you know what you're thinking about Or not I'd love to kind of get a sense for where you're coming from here. Well certainly you know Gary and I have had Opportunity even to engage in formal debates and Gary As I was saying I think Gary's main points I generally agree with which is that there are lots of obvious. Shortcomings are existing systems and in particular These systems based on deep learning But but Gary He and other people can't seem to stop saying things like well when we look at the behavior say of Google translate It's clear that it doesn't. It's not exhibiting real understanding of the of the languages translating or or When we talk about Siri that series and doesn't really really understand What we're talking about And I've been making the counter argument. Yes these systems are understanding. And it's it's real understanding but it is narrow understanding and So I am criticizing the use of the word real to mean deep and complete understanding because that denies that these systems are doing anything that is intelligent or that is exhibiting real understanding and I think that puts puts you in the position that you will never be happy with any system because no matter how good gets it will make mistakes and exhibit failures and it's understanding and are you going to say well when understands ninety five percent of what people say that it's still not real understanding. I mean what you're pushing yourself into a a a belief that there's some magic threshold that if you could somehow cross it you would have a system that had real understanding and I don't think that's the way it works. I think that the way it works works is that we make Incremental progress sometimes. Bigger leap sometimes no progress for periods of time As we were doing in speech recognition for for a while in the nineties but our systems get better they are able to understand something so as I say when I tell Siri please call Dan and he calls the right person. It has understood me for the purposes of that utterance for that task. Now if I said you know Siri tell me what Dan means means to me And it doesn't really know anything about what it means say for To be a best friend and you know but let's many people of course have remarked that it's Impossible for two human beings to fully understand each other so That brings me back again. To what is is it. We're really trying to achieve when we build. Ai Systems and as an engineer. I would say I want systems that can make the appropriate response when I asked them to do something. Or if they're warning me if some situation in the world that I should be paying attention to and so on and to the extent that they do that correctly directly I would say they understand What what what I want them to do when we have these kinds of conversations? I think it's you know there's a slippery slope it kind of devolving to defining every term in the arguments But In this case I I wonder the extent to which we're talking talking about different types of understanding Do Do you think that that is The case at all here. I don't know that there are different types but certainly different definitions. Aw I mean obviously we are arguing about definitions and In My blog post I. I was supporting the view that instead dead of argument about our definitions we should be trying to be should be asking ourselves. Well what tests would you give to a system in order to evaluate whether it's understanding in a doing a particular type of task well right if you say well this is is not a narrow Show me all the the Things that you would like to do that. It is failing to do now And I drove through the analogy to test driven development and software engineering Right at the test. First and then use those to decide how to engineer the system to try to meet those tests And then keep writing more tests. I and I think Gary has actually jumped on that and on twitter. He's been Asking people you know what's wrong with our current natural language wjr understanding tasks and because it seems that we can often get an assist him to do well on the on a particular benchmark task. Ask and yet again. It turns out that it's very narrow and it's not doing well on any like immediately adjacent tasks that we would like it's a new And and so some people have been. There's been a bit of a discussion now about that. And and I think that's really where the discussion needs to go is You know and and Gary himself himself in in our twitter conversations I thought articulated beautifully said. Okay I want the computer to be able to say Rita Story and tell me The answers answers to the journalist questions who what when where why how So why did this person do this. What did they do? When did they do it? You know Ordered these events for me correctly clean time and those are way beyond what we can the state of the art in a and natural language understanding some of the people in the natural language community said just stop using the word understanding at all. We've just caught language processing because we know that That this word understanding Sets expectations for something. Something that is very broad and deep you know duck. Hoffstetter had a very interesting piece that came out last year where he analyzed Google translate and showed how many many cases where Google translates understandings clearly extremely surface oriented and often? It can't understand anything about did. Did John Do something to marry was married doing something. John knows that John Maher need to both be translated In into the different language language. And it certainly doesn't have any of the You know connotations and Depth say that would be required to to translate more poetic language would your metaphorical language It really has no understanding of Human Social Relationships What that might make Mary angry? What might Make John Happy. you know just it's completely clueless about that because all it has been taught to do is is to translate from Chinese into English English into Chinese for fairly straightforward every day sentences and certainly not trying into translate Shakespeare at all and one can imagine that it could make very serious mistakes result in say highly highly emotional and complex Social situations it's fine for. Where's the nearest bus stop? But not so good for you know so why. Why aren't you talking to me anymore or something? I do want to encourage us to move beyond saying well either understands it doesn't and this understanding is true true or it isn't to say well. This understanding is incomplete in these important ways and and what we would need these to do and so for example when we think about reading a story or just engaging in a dialogue we need a systems that can be building and maintaining an interpretation of the dialogue and this is well known in the natural language community. We just don't know really how to do it at scale. We can build applications in a narrow domain Say Purchasing airline tickets or something where air we can cover a lot of different linguistic phenomena and An have Quite good performance but as soon as you step out of that narrow domain that breaks down.

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In-Flight YouTube Video Captures Airline Windscreen Cracking

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

08:28 min | 2 years ago

In-Flight YouTube Video Captures Airline Windscreen Cracking

"Of an aircraft which we later discovers airliner of some sort and I stared at this at fought was looking at a rocket launcher exactly all right you know and so it looks like this a little bit more and then it kind of you know Lightening Bolt era what's the word but it basically a forks out to and Holy Moly I mean yikes and it's called Google translate yeah well not only and Google translate built into was that the discharge of static electricity now according to the translations I've read can't you sitting there and they're at some sort of altitude because they're above the and if the glass doesn't kill me the wind blast will if you who calls himself captain grander which I'm not sure if that's the person if you scroll down in the original tweet stream here you'll see some screengrabs what on the cockpit side if windscreen windshield is still able to sustain the differential pressure up to the maximum you know but but the next item on the checklist says if the crack cracks are and so from an I didn't try and read every single tweet in the stream but the and and you know the funny thing is that I didn't see anything here ranch phone survived its right nowhere writing in the I don't see I I haven't scanned every tweet in this my question then becomes have you ever been flying the old but you know there's the infamous case where your passenger opened the the the it just sounds so odd you know windshield and And I got some interesting pictures but I also got the the the so yeah I mean you're passenger needed to get a good shot so you open the window boom or the dice otherwise it would have been no power no power to those strands and so it it didn't d. power it or something like that but yeah and I think those windshields are three three so a little bit down the stream down the the thread here I sense that windshield has an internal thermal circuit to prevent the formation something like close responded with an animated Gif where he basically just they got on the ground in chapter we would have heard about the crash it you'd think yeah scream because your eardrums should go pop that popped out and you went to instant it's not like graduate all of a sudden it goes poof it's almost as if it's breaking but yeah so when I was first looking at it before I saw this checklist I thought isn't but from the looks of the cloud tops out the windshield they're not trying to descend certainly not need dramatic fashion. The captain is taking video right to left cedars like so I want to get on twitter that's a scary looking

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"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

28:55 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Oh you're all day she's bored by the topic here you say I don't know I don't know you guys are it would be it sounds like you save right up what does it sound like I'm saying I I love being a theater for his bomb and he called for his net fix net flicks for free he binged all day and he benched all night until we ran out of friends episodes oh despair at least stranger things will always be there will it season for just announced jess me and my Bong bring me my we'd bring my enemies they're it's all at Halloween horror nights mango for everybody you know who's going to bring that we'd the spider because he came old mother Hubbard said probably would empty don't give away the rhyme spoiler alert spoiler learn listen is it really a spoiler this one when the first published version was the Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard dogged by Sarah Catherine Martin in eighteen o four yeah haven't gotten to it yet on your backlist in the book was immediately popular possibly in part because it was believed to be a political commentary but it is not clear exactly what it has been suggested that the character of Mother Hubbard may have origins in State Hubbard the patron saint dogs it has also been suggested that the Rymer I cardinal Thomas Wolsey refusing Henry divorce from Queen Catherine of Aragon Maria's Scott's yes because she was married to era gorn it has not been proven a similar rhyme old dame trot was published in eighteen zero three by t evans one year before old mother Hubbard what is the old name Rocco the purpose a game like this old dame trot some cold fish had got which for pussy she kept in store when she looked there was none the cold fish had gone for push had been there before yeah it had what are you saying about her cat and cultish Oh always jacket the fish the original version of old mother Hubbard all mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to give the poor dog a bone yeah but when she got there the cupboard was bare and so the poor dog hadn't done yeah I should never read ahead the Google translate version goes in the old grandmother I can come and bad dog body but what I came new chest and the dock was poor either no not poor in that one no you know when I was younger is pretty fit but now I have a bad dog body uh-huh oh let's have the podcast forty two version have new chest probably Chris read it Ah yes because I wrote it if I wrote it whatever we know that's not allowed to write true old mother Hubbard cashed Shane her welfare and bought some canned food when she got home she realized the loaned that they can she bought were all dog food so she made a casserole with it. uh-huh what's for Dinner Dog Food Casserole I've got racquet by baby dino this one might are fell asleep listening to at one time I don't know I've heard the whole thing is more than three lines talent and surrounded by baby various theories exist explain the origins of the rhyme one theory suggests that the rhyme narrates a mother gently rocking her baby to sleep as if the baby will writing the treetops during a breeze then when the mother lowers the baby to her crib the songs says down will come baby another says the rhyme was the first English poem written on American soil suggesting it dates from the seventeenth century and that it may have been written and about the way native American women rock their babies in Birchbark cradles which were suspended from the branches of trees follow allowing the wind to rock the baby to sleep Chee obvious that's what that is genius it's what you got to work with ads look mono hands local legend in Derbyshire Alan says that the song relates to Betty Kenny and the late eighteenth century who lived with her husband Luke and their eight children and a huge huge tree and shining cliff woods where a hollowed out bow served as a cradle trees don't have religion no they lost their religion I'm losing my religion because I'm standing in the corner and the spotlight that says you you okay sorry not pugh tree yet another theory has it that the lyrics refer to events immediately preceding the glorious revolution I love the glorious revolution so much better than the Regular Revolution Yeah Gloria until victorious Laureus are the baby is supposed to be the son of James The seventh and second in what it said I was going to edit it to just want to know what was happening the sevens married James No idea referred to is James the ninth Gouveia who is widely believed to be someone else's child smuggled into the birthing room and order that's why to right well they had a smuggling in the baby legal names the second pretended to have a baby somebody's smuggling in and shot out between his legs yeah but it wasn't until James in the seventh finally had the baby's okay took the wind may be that Protestant wind force blowing from the Netherlands bringing James's nephew and son-in-law William of orange who would you sprouts or William of Orange who would eventually depose King James Second in the revolution but what happened the James's seventh the it is the Royal House of Stuart Stu us so it didn't I came to see the tiny orange of we'll I am yet another are- is that the song is based around a seventeenth century ritual that took place after a newborn baby died the mother had would hang the child from a basket on a branch in a tree and waited to see if it would come back to life the line when the bough breaks the baby will fall would suggest that the baby was dead weight so heavy enough to break the branch we still do that today doc I feel it would weigh the baby so I feel maybe a little off would it though they don't get heavier because they're dead they will be the same about rigor mortis that doesn't make it heavier I don't know who that is he's the lead singer Dead Kennedys Canada so that's right yeah he pushes down pretty good original version rock a bye baby on treetop when the wind blows cradle will rock when the bell breaks the cradle will fall down will come baby cradle and all his your baby's dead uh-huh okay there is an alternate version rocket bye baby the cradle by cradle is green father's noblemen mothers McQueen and aggies a lady wears a gold ring and Janis Drummer and drums for the king I don't think the baby's understand all the hierarchy going on I don't think I understand you're going to feel like the drummer is the king right now probably all I know is that they were environment Angelis because the cradle is green and your baby step that's just recycle the cradle each time he probably recycled the baby the full they know the full versions lyrics are rock a bye baby on the tree top when the wind blows the cradle will rock if the bell breaks the cradle will fall mother will catch you cradling Oh baby is drowsing cozy and fair mother sits near Iraqi chair forward and back the cradle she swings though baby sleeps he here's what she sings rock a bye baby do not you fear never mind baby mother is sneer we little fingers eyes are shut tight now sound sleep until morning light this one sounds so much nicer right baby do the Google translated version I can't wait for this have fun with your child because if the wind needs it the crust is Iraq Whoa when the baby is fast ship sailed the boy came down everything in everything's got tired it and of course the podcast forty two version rocket by baby and safety harness nothing we'll touch you ever safety helmet bubble wrap sued armored bunkers still diapers no never touch you or even see you don't ever look at her with your journey is no one messes with my baby loan in a tree nobody puts baby in unless you have vaccines no I think the one who wrote that would be if you don't have the did you just say she has Ron Jeremy is Ron Jeremy Mango for everybody and spider came all right well let's revisit this beer no way no good a way gray perfect thinking back blacked out there what do we do this show listeners miss much okay we set our names I did you know that the show took so long the first hobbit movie actually shows only GonNa be like thirty minutes RJ. What's this fear is Moosehead Canadian Lagerei Hey do you guys know how can I give the label a one joke a joke I gave the joke of five the first time I heard it goes down every hour at negative sixteen Thousand Mad and she tells the joke every night the first eight fifty first jokes it's an okay beer oh it's okay I mean I'd prob- I'd I'd give it a three I wouldn't like I mean it's only six bucks for the beer Kristen I bought it it's my beer cooler it says Berko that's the illusion is oh okay well takes a lot deadpool spider came no right beard I mean it's worth six bucks they give you sure how are we supposed array of Oh it's a one through sixty because six is what you normally get gotta say like for us he's Canadian garage he's the only Canadian doesn't sound like a Canadian true true he sounds like hail like what Hal from the movie yeah okay so it's a one through six because six communist six pack and then we rate them about how many we were drink but it doesn't necessarily have to be in one sitting and I think even though five points system makes more sense five point system makes more sense but we're not about making has very little taste so you could probably drink six very easily but I'm going to give it a two mostly because it's union made and it's probably why it doesn't have any taste because no matter what they do on the line they're not going to get fired WHO I don't care if you're probably why the spirit doesn't have any taste maybe it's a Moose Union made not now the move Sir I love that banned the did nieces I couldn't name a single song by Muse all right Laura Well it's better than last week's beer No that was good jail nine finish your beer yeah that's fine you guys we were okay with that do yeah I'm glad everybody was happy with that outcome I mean yeah there isn't much flavor to it whatsoever needs more pineapple pineapple Canadian pe- so derailed yeah so what's your what's your thoughts I I probably like you said it's easy to drink so you could easily drink six of them but I don't think I would want to so I'm GonNa give it a three what's your thoughts on unions all that you what the statements have not been evaluated by the F._D._a. this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease.

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"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Listen to the show oh come on coal gold left would have been better as a twitch stream instead of old Kinko coal some notes there's much speculation about the identity of King Cole but is unlikely that he can be identified reliably given the age of the Brian. What theory is that the name of the legendary Welsh King Cole Hen can be translated Old King Cole this sometimes leads to speculation that he was hello there is no official connection between the fourth century figure in the eighteenth century nursery rhyme nap to all day how are you the nineteen th century suggested at all Cain Kohl's really all call I'm trying to keep you away alias Tom Cole bribe dwells century reading cloth merchant who story was translated by Thomas Bologna in his pleasant his Korea Thomas of reading in fifteen ninety eight there will be a quiz on this later young lady stopped looking at the name old coal ADDS some special meaning in a Lou being in the theater was what kind of the ATM theater lose being news who these performed lows. PM theaters across the country in fifteen ninety eight and then the last ninety eight the follow up to the vagina monologues the original role of that but I just started enrolling that in the Vagina Monologues Dick in there as what you couldn't find me everybody on stage knew where you were already dad joke the original version asked performed in lesbian theaters were you on the spot old in Cole was an old soul at American soul was he he called for his pipe and he called for his bowl and he called for his fiddlers three each fiddler he had a settle which is good since he had a very fine fiddle had he oh there's none so rare whereas can compare with King Cole and his fiddlers three now I can throw the pay jumping yes I prematurely through it not going now don't go there and then the spider came here mitee thanks little teapot now google translated version the former king Cole was a happy and outdated ghost you as an old soul she asked for her neck her cups he asked three men all players were violent and so they were he had an excellent violent nothing as we're to compare King Cole and his three enemies how did they turn in the enemy the hell no but he was an outdated goes to that happens when you're an outdated enemies the podcast version old King Cole was married all Seoul at a merry old soul was he he called for his weed and he called.

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"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

28:59 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Breath man in the iron mask Louis Louis was only three years old that's merely what you should be getting out of that its accompanying dance the teapot tip which jail does after every Halloween horror nights became enormously popular when I'm a little teapot recorded by art kessel orchestra with featured vocalist Marian home singing the tune I'm going to act this out Lowest Sing it well perfect I can't wait I'm not 'cause it's a podcast it's the original version is I'm a little teapot short and stout here is my handle here is my spout when I get all steamed up hear me shout tip me over and pour me out I'm a very special teapot yes that's true here's an example of what I see and do I can turn my handle into a spout tip me over and pour me out I really just same as the first yes you didn't really need that with the damn teapot over do you plant a flower and you can hear me shout I'm not a big tea drinker so I probably wouldn't make tea in it Google translated version I'm a small kettle short and robust here's my grip here's all right here's my gripe here's my highlight if I take scream turn it over I'm a very special cattle yes right here's an example of what I can do mango can be obtained over thank goodness can be obtained very in life you can learn something that no matter what you're going through whether it's hard whether you're down on your luck whether you're living on the street mango can be obtained I'm not a toddler anymore so I don't live on the streets and NATO's and she obtains me I don't like me goes I like Mongo I love Mango Mongo like candy from and the podcast forty two version not pot short and stout but that's okay teapots come in all shapes and sizes everyone is beautiful on the inside except r Kelly Fair that was kind of like you a remix my dumb hey even if the joke falls flat mango can be obtained who else Laughed I did HOMOLKA MIX to mango hot and fresh out the kitchen you sorry you're joke trapped in the closet ah I only need one person to get my joke favorite friends carefully so this one tails gonna read everybody in the room knows except for supreme to what just okay all right that reaction priceless hey diddle diddle did you know that there are numerous theories about the origin of the rhyme including James Orchard Hallo Jerry's father that it was a corruption of ancient Greek formed from a hoaxes buys a pluralist because there's multiple ones diddle diddle hoaxes as we'll see hawks it's right voldemort split the nursery rhyme yup or it might be connected to Haith or worship and refers to constantly nations or it might be from beef way I can't read or it might be the flight from Egypt is described in the gospel of Matthew or might or to the game of trap ball which is a simplified version of baseball blood related from what is it the light of either show too trap Paul I believe trap ball you just hit it and then whoever catches it you're out that's it so you don't catch it then you you're not out oh okay I don't think there's any running in a basis I'm not sure somebody can look it up most scholars consider these to be unproven and say that the verse is probably meant to be simply nonsense Laura can you look that up on your turn so let's hear the original hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle the cow jumped over the moon the little dog laughed see such sport and the dish ran away with the spoon that's how we have no spoons ever at work and dishes dishes because they run away together yes yup nobody likes the forklift when I heard lots of bitches laughing so that makes sense just saying that out I didn't understand it because the dogs laughing Oh lot's of inches left and mango could be obtained and go oh my favorite version Google translated version the arch goddess cat hair the cow went over the Moon Little Dog Mustache Watch for game and it was done with a little spoon. Everybody needs a little spoon now and then what if you like to be the big spoon every night is it it's nice to switch it up every now and if you'd like to be the spoon that's fine let's do the podcast for two versions hey diddle diddle fiddle federal fiddle Hunky Chunky middle I've got the pay the crimes your boy the really good oh my goodness now do you know this one you give her all the long ones Chris Vo Peop- is that's what he's girl yeah yeah deep woody Harrelson yes after he passes the Duchy on the left hand side as that but you don't know the frog went a cordon I know it now as the Duchy Oh my twenty one twelve album the family was very progressive we all listen to rush limbaugh peop- The earliest record of the rhyme is a manuscript of around eighteen hundred eighteen o five which contains only the first verse There are references to a children's game called Beau peep from the sixteenth century including one in Shakespeare's King Lear for which Bo peep is thought to refer to the children's game of peek a boo peek a boo boo peop- mopey really creepy Bobi that to somebody somebody who walk up to some random kid who's trying to play peekaboo it'd be like that'd be take my street would be named Bo Peep Street dopey bow people the additional verses are first recorded in eighteen then I didn't know there were more than one snow furnace so there you go The freeze to play Beau peep was from the fourteenth century to refer to the punishment of being stood the very well there we go the original little peep has lost her sheep and doesn't where to find them leave them alone and they'll come home giving their tails behind them little peep fell fast asleep and dreamt she heard them leading but when she awoke she founded a joke for there were still a fleeting why was there bleeding everywhere Lee team bleed Tijuca sorry a friend who who speaks and she pleats all the time it is actual story but I'm not GonNa say who it is they know Jessica you weren't supposed to stay on this remit know her and I don't think he wants to get out they don't know which Jessica they do I do now we're GonNa talk after the show now in at some secrets have to die amongst friends and the Internet well that's okay because she doesn't listen to the show so she's a good friend the only strangers listen to this show none of my friends I think they probably then up she took her little crook determined for to find them she found them indeed but it made her heart bleed for they'd left their tails behind them it happened one day as Bo peep did stray into a metal hard by there she spied there till side-by-side all hung on a tree to dry she heaved a sigh and wiped her eye and over the hills wchs went rambling and tried what she could ash as a shepherdess should to attack each again to its slam can somebody cut their tails off and hung up up on a tree that's why only the first versus wow they just turned into your thanks for noticing me translated version the bow himself has bent his flock I don't know where it is he can't he has come into the house move behind them now a small arches small and he dreamed of hearing his attack but when he awakes up he finds him a joke because always happens after that you take a little drink willingness to find it he really does get it but makes his heart pure because I left the carpet one day people went missing earlier but later then he then he looked around it's all hanging from the tree she sighs and wipes her eyes he collected garbage and he tried to do what the pastor would do during each lamb again well that winds fierce the match like how losers translate decided that we needed to people in this little Bo peep this'll be better with another person earlier but later cast forty two version Abo- peep has lost her sheep and doesn't aware to find them then she remembered she had them chipped in use Google apps to find them short and sweet she got him before they lost their tail does what a dark turn that one little Miss Moffatt the rain first appeared in print in eighteen o five in a book all songs of the nursery like many such rhymes its origins are unclear some claim it was written by Dr Thomas Buffet in the fifteen hundreds in English and in Somalia gist about his stepdaughter patients he's a doctor with patients Canada funny your mom you cannot all dead jokes but I do all the time you're not the only one that gets to have all the fun others claim it refers to Mary Queen of Scots there she is again everybody's obsessed with her who is said to have been frightened by religious reformer John I heard she had a burn book little known facts Mary Queen of Scots was actually the queen of Ireland yeah that was her daughter's name Mary Queen of Ireland and flows wolves Mary Queen of Scott while the original adds little miss method sat on sat on its eating her Kurds away along spider who sat down beside her and frightened the way I just want to say anyone writing a book report that Mary Queen of Scots thing that I said was not true yes because everybody knows she writing any reports get there from podcast forty they do actually had to put a disclaimer on a report about Canada just remember if c hey yes how it's packed but don't write down what you don't know could be right because no one was in the room and it happens now you know anyway so the Google translate version is Little Miss Buffet on the elevator feeding his cattle in way a spider who was sitting next to her no a spider came who is sitting next eh and salt and leave that's happened to me many times doesn't salting spiders you should up came do what what did you just say you sit up and came I shut up and came no you showed up and came I showed up came where does it say that on the thing he did okay a spider came who is sitting near to her next time Okay my head is going in places I know it's meant to be that dirt okay I got confused I'm like what I'm just saying what the thing said the spider came okay we got it the spider and a lot of lab that's usually where you find it is on the web the podcasts forty two version goes little miss moffat sat on a tough it eating Kurds away in way along came Ryder smashing kill it where's the radio evil or Kim before eat your head off those early good to hear Chris read about Nat King Cole Eh actually eats the part where you just burn it down the house burn the she said all right next up is old nat king in that want me to go down the she said she should there needs to be a sequel the she shed that's all I got a short because we're we play the she shed commercial all the time but there's never been a follow up so we don't know exactly it is it a better she shed says she gets a she showed but did she have to go through a bunch of how she should burn down here's the firemen no they damn burned down her she said so apparently she was having I think what happened Shirley liquid saying she should it make her neighbors jealous of her she shed and they share with you guys doing man caves whatever are they want says she does whatever she wants and she said we play video games scratch yourselves okay so maybe she plays video games and Scotch here we we've been brought to you by video it's very distracting when you play your video games during the show really stop well we did one video game episode thinks that is what we do all right somebody thought that was a good idea now I think I'm not gonNa say we were drunk how did I miss that six drunk you don't.

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"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Arrived the first person so this is now part of the story this is this there's no change in this part this is how it's going did I say cannon wrong did I read that wrong so I wanted to be dramatic so I see the podcast for TV version is as follows Humpty dumpty row on a wall his political views easy learn tap dance routine however must not have been too easy because the younger students could not do it to solve this.

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Uncle he went down a rat he went to Antonio Ha- I'll go right he went down to buy his new so wedding gown A hub Pantley he consented apparently where shall the wedding superb supper bia the Super Supper now where should the wedding superbeets there the wedding supper via which the wedding supper be way down yonder the hollow tree the first to come in who was a bumble bee the first day come in the Bible the first come in was a bumblebee with a big Bay he's at the which is bigger than the be sure yes nobis don't even have knees but they don't even have names next to come in with a big black snake the next Kidman was a big big Mexican men wasn't big back snake key gobble down the wedding cake that's why you don't invite me it's year wedding I was waiting for him to say gobbled down the wedding guests but they didn't say you because it didn't rain with snake a little bit of biscuit on the Kaha a little bit of a biscuit on the show for a little bit of Biff skit on the show fifty one anymore you can sing it yourself and get ending it's basically it's a big Fu because I'm done singing exactly what done singing by you've got the Google ours and translate the Frog went to court he went shopping did he you the frog went to court he went shopping didn't he. The Frog went to court went upstairs next to it our swords and guns off how to miss macy's didn't he he went to Miss Moody's didn't he he wants to miss macy's door I resisted three loud annoys ally Canadian he said Miss Most are you willing to marry me he said misspell so you willing to marry me he said Miss Nelson Willing to marry me we're very happy Haha hop Louise Up more at one Lau on dot dash not without the consent of the uncle of war eh now without the consent of the uncle do I want to marry the president a hawk up Gerrad he went to tout he he won't read this report and Greg what town he he uncles this ghost town I want to buy wedding gifts for my knees ha ha ha ha ha really did what he did there there there Oughta holiday ha the first person to arrive is address drone the I I was a drone big media the next is a big black snake the snake he sold the wedding cake ha ha ha there's a cookie on the show there's a cookie on the shelf is there's some cookies on this show if you want more you can sing delve food and of course the podcast what he to version is a short version Frogs and addicted he as well as on tinder already they will marrying by a nondenominational denominational Internet priest and then they were divorced on number three Andrews Air Tonight all down because it's been seven and a half hour long set up a guys humpty dumpty everybody knows this one today ups downs due to the all the Ryen does not state that the subject is an egg possibly because it may have been originally posed as a riddle there are also various theories of an original Humpty dumpty one by Katherine L. L. Y. Thomas in nineteen thirty says that Humpty dumpty is King Richard's the third of England depicted as a humpback humpback back and who was defeated at Bosworth field in fourteen eighty five punch magazine in eighteen forty two suggested that the Ryan was a metaphor for the in fall of cardinal row th-they just as Woolsey was not buried own is intended to him so Humpty dumpty was not buried in his show ever does that come on who you didn't do professor David Dahbi suggest it in the astor professor W salk and the Oxford Zine in nineteen fifty six the Humpty dumpty was a tortoise siege season used unsuccessfully in sixteen forty three during the England serval war in Nineteen ninety-six website of the Colchester Tourist Board attributed the original of the rhyme to be a canon the Annan was called Humpty dumpty was strategically placed on the wall around the city when shot from another cannon a shot from another cannon succeeded in damaging the wall beneath empty which caused the cannon to tumble to the ground the royalist or all the king's men attempt to raise Humpty dumpty onto another part of the wall but the it was so heavy that all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty together again Arthur author our Jack claimed in his two thousand eight bucks it goes the weasel with secret meanings of nursery rhymes that there were two other verses supporting this claim I'm not GonNa lie when you first said Cannon I'm thinking Oh they tacked alert around it's guys come on let's view it is the earliest known version was published in Samuel Arnold's juvenile amusements in seventeen ninety seven with the lyrics Humpty dumpty sat on well Humpty dumpty had a great fall four score men and four score more cannot make Humpty dumpty where he was before they just couldn't eh because once a cannons gone out they didn't try hard back in when she said it was Canon the first thing that came to my mind was Oh that's just what I thought I think it's pronounced way cannon and cannon okay unless you're Canadian that Gandini See da you didn't even cad told Alexa Canadian spells it no they sell it. AC D- D we don't know dyslexia may be different in different countries this whole conversation it's a little backwards and eighteen forty two and James Orchard Hollowell public howls singer yeah wow he's late I thought it was the Halliwell sisters he's a highly Sir can only be one anyway his version is Humpty dumpty lay in a back with all his snooze cinemas around his neck forty actors and forty rights couldn't put Humpty dumpty to rights for baby the Martin version of this nursery rhyme turntables and a microphone as throughout the UK since at least the mid twentieth century is as follows Humpty dumpty sat on a wall Humpty dumpty had a great foil all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put humpty together again our Google translate it version reads Humpty dumpty sits on the wall a Humpty dumpty fell significantly the words of all kings all the kings you cannot reconnect Humpty Wifi password this not work the words of all kings the kings you told us not to do that Oh I put it in all caps didn't put it in all caps because of it all a lot of people got mad he just wanted to clear the air's now he means thoughts and prayers those facebook wall rate go yes you connected it it's like Oh sorry I couldn't say I couldn't put Humpty together again they cannot reconnect we connect to Humpty no matter what I'll talk to it's like a free Wifi that you can reconnect to sometimes so what is I'm a little teapot which everybody in this room knows except for Sabrina this okay some notes on it Clarence Kelly and his wife what what's going on no no vibrated. is it up Clarence Kelly and his wife a dance school for children which taught the waltz clog it was supposed to be a popular and.

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"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

31:56 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"We make sharp durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like by a world class German blade factory the town I gave you the option and you said Kyle's going I'll be there soon you gave me a wife even page one not even halfway through and other people here is about well you know other people there is that the will of black sheep may have been prized as it could be made into dark clothes the had no I don't know do you did like once maybe once I get my haircut. MVP and you know why because he loves sports no because keep the your haircut on file so you don't have to tell them every time you know every place we'll do that it'll be don't they do the Mvp replaces ever ever asked me what my preferences are and made notes of them so that I feel like an MVP every time I go and this has been sponsored by not fantastic sams anymore but MVP haircuts are the MVP in Kissimmee they won't change the channels so I got I'm forced to watch sports on the TV but on that he watches the split I ball right next nursery rhyme is kake doodle do there are some notes the first two lines are used in a murder pamphlet and England in sixteen o six the seems to suggest that children sang these lines are very similar funds to mock the Roosters Crow. I'm just so just so you know a murder pamphlet has been around since the did fourteen hundred nobody's reacting to the words murder pamphlet I thought that was no I see mater mater it's murder Pantley see I'm able to read past the misspellings because you wrote it. This was a pamphlet add motor tales shocking murders or true crime me mutter mutter pamphlets were hawked on the street corners Taverns Coffee Houses newsstands and bookshops. The pamphlet would claim to be true account of a murder consisting of a narrative the trial transcript and or written confessions of the murderer before his or her execution as that was really interesting because true crime is so big now but apparently true crime has been big forever well I would think network Netflix show over there actually when the first season a law and order came out don't let sixteen hundred yeah but the murder ham well if you notice net flicks is either baking shows or murder shows and there's nothing in between have both why can't we have a show where if somebody doesn't make it correctly the Sweeney Todd I think we should just combine both of them. Sweeney Todd but then that was also a hairdresser show so then you're going into a whole different yes a barber MVP and CBS Don't them Juden judo know what all right here's the original Kaka doodle do what is my dame due till master's found his fiddling stick hold on I'm GonNa Stop You I don't think kids said these line obviously they did play with their fiddling stick she'll dance without her shoe Kaku doodle do my dame has found her shoe quick Masters Foulness Fiddling Stink Sing could do we do there's no digitally they're ned flanders I'll know is unsafe I found my piddling stick when I was ten Cockatoo Look Down I was a slow learner still has cockatiel new Kaka doodle do how could you lead you I cam Ned Flanders the dame will dance with you while Master fiddles fiddling stick and knows not what to do now the Google translated version roosters doodles do they perform what to do until the master founders violin he will have to walk on foot to Dance Rooster doodles do they perform I thought this Ladies Shoe a master of his violin sing cock up a tall man rooster doodles do they form I'm with you my mistress I'm dancing a play while playing club champions because they do not know what they are doing that's art right there I think it sounds like the safety dance by men without hats all I know is I'm gonNA randomly walked down the streets now scream rooster doodles do they perform to do and now the podcast for two version for twenty one thousand nine hundred nine is actually the same as the original just snicker every time you say cock like I did or fiddle stick like and then potentially do do up your own words going to go home play my fiddle stick oh good leaper weeper Edgar weeper or Peter Peter pumpkin eater e path can we do the Andrew dice clay versions after this sure oh good leaper we percents like a star wars character it is they were in the Cantina yeah the new one shouldn't watch that special before we came in here all right I just wanted to see the new ride when he didn't even get their head they showed like three seconds of it now they showed the new ride which they tease throughout the show of just tiny little segments committee stick it all together at the end of the show the shoulder and think we're at the end hadn't been two hours it was almost two hours but he showed the right there was nothing you didn't see in the wrestling episode all right let's do some notes I'd Peter Peter Pumpkin eater the original weeper that's right deeper deeper we the original Peter Pumpkin eater version from at least the first decade of the twentieth century it was a skin song and like you WanNa listen that one on on your list next next skipped yeah and it was a good way to teach children how to hide bodies back to the murder pamphlets comes in handy alright ooh there was an eighteen sixty eight Scottish version you better eat it like a Scotsman or should have to because it's hard to read all Preto my nip had a wife and he couldn't Fuck he could not keep up he pat to either can't even read that Iowa he put her in the wall I think what is supposed to be he put her in the wall and then the mice eight nine now let's read the English version leaper weeper chimney sweeper had a wife but couldn't keep her had another didn't love her. up the chimney heated shovel wow all how okay all right now the modern version Peter Peter Pumpkin your had a wife and couldn't keep her he put her in a pumpkin Shell and there he kept her very well the only one that doesn't imply that she got killed either being shoved into wally by mice or shoved up a chimney that's why it's a modern version all right and now the just as repeat Google translated version Peter Peter Pumpkin eater she was a woman and they couldn't follow Pumpkin put on his skin and remains very low that has meaning that Peter was actually a pumpkin he wasn't he no he ate McCain's like Bingo was that the dog or was it the farmer let's say things waiting roll your eyes at all right now the pocket forty two version Laura's favorite show. TV's snapped the husband killing the wife not the saying still bunch of death and my eating bodies out of wall since the same thing you're still trying to figure out this one aren't you. really ever heard this one I feel like most people have so I've heard I well version you paid played for us I haven't heard those words but I've heard this melody the smeal melody not I know the Melody Yeah the and like the like I know that like this I did not pick the version I asked Alexa play versus no let's take that version not the version I would appeal this this Ryan takes up three pages so that script seriously and there's more than there are in Bohemian rhapsody because the same thing as repayment so it's like a Ramon Song but the length of a Metallica Song Yeah pretty much you can say it fast Allen's accepted but what is this because it is frog went in the courtroom frog went according so the original version was supposed to refer to Francois Duke of Jews wooing of Elizabeth I of England however this was in fifteen seventy nine in the original Scottish version was already published in fifteen forty how many people died in that one not according to Albert Jack in his book pop goes the Weasel the second second secret meanings of nursery rhymes in two thousand eight and fifteen forty seven The Scottish Queen Consort Mary of guys under attack from Henry the eighth sought to marry her daughter Mary Queen of Scots Miss Mouse the three year old French Prince Louis the frog Mary Mary her daughter Mary yeah that's what I said so angry Eh Mary but Mary Mary was Mary of guys and the other one was Mary Queen of Scots but she still wanted to Mary Mary Mary wanted to marry Mary but no marry her daughter off yeah I got Henry the eighth I am I am and he got married because we wanted to go with Ali met that also the second verse is same as the first little bit louder worse the song has been recorded by Elvis as well as been featured in many TV shows and movies including full House Reality Bites muppet show Futurama and King of the Hill I still don't know it I don't know all right so the original is frog when accordion and he did ride frog went to court and he did right UH FROG won a carton and he did ride with his sword and pistol by his side he rode right up to miss mouse's Dora he wrote up to Miss Nelson Dora he rode right up to Miss Celsius door gave three loud rap send a big very big roar ah he said Hustle for this one does he also carries the sword sort and yeah I don't have a problem with frog carrying the pistol or so free why is the hot right always misses the most important the I don't think I have a problem with the prog carrying sort in a pistol because normally affirmative only carry one or the other they would never carry both there's no room he's a gun to bring a knife to a gun fight he said Miss Mouse will you marry me he wanted me now because he's the frog Prince Louis now I get how was on the muppet show Miss Mary me you said Miss Nelson you marry me and also happy we will be that without goal rats consent not without uncle rat's consent not without consent would I marry the president is from the press I hope the show that Rizzo was the Uncle Sam the Eagle was the president just so this is the glorious three hour finale older countries but mostly America.

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"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

17:39 min | 2 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Ready to on the fixed network I dunno it's going so did you work with him maybe or did you probably not work with him probably not worked with him maybe did you call him maybe now I didn't call and put it being so crazy here's my number did she ever have another no did you ever you see when she threw out the first pitch at a Tampa Bay rays game no I don't watch it bounce right after the mount who's that Carly Rae Jepsen well her talent is giving out full numbers sort of not throwing baseballs she's like no she gave out her phone number everybody may not call her oh the Genoa GonNa call her and she doesn't Bieber options open here's my number call me maybe I would say okay thank you maybe this is such that take back her please don't ever go goodbye never speaking of calling people maybe it's time for a podcast forty two I'm Christopher Divall sime suburban Pierre jail truce I'm Laura and I just might you I how do we have a child I don't know it's a miracle probably now there's things called option or drugs Canadian well besides all that nonsense tonight we're going to do google translated nursery rhymes but before we get into that let's open up jails beer cooler it is and they never run away never run away all right so we stocked it with a really expensive here tonight yeah we did what is this it straight from Canada it's Moosehead Lagerei it's a beer that defies the ID deprived of Canada and it's fiercely independent Haitian hello everybody how candidate came up with their name please sure how did you alienate all Canadians? Cuckoo cuckoo good now you hate and I want your eyes at me for the Larry like it two hundred thousand time in our lives this is the only joke you know run joe hi Joe I am very funny super racist against Canadian really because he sat there and Fed a guy and I'm the racist against Canadian yes you are a Canadian racist he's nearly candidy I'm half Canadian okay so it's not that racist then we have a half Canadian in the room go ahead tell the joke no I wouldn't mess it up you conscious of my joke and I'm never going to tell it Canada oh you're gonNA sell message you got three seconds do it okay so they were guy on the room and they said India come up with a name for a new country so the guy says I think it should start with Z. A. and the other guy goes oh yeah I like that how about we throw in n. a. and then the last guy said I really like a DA and there you have Canada House it's like she's heard it for the first time any the I don't get it they just spelt Canada they really only wanted the letter C in indeed see and indeed for Dallas and right while they were just throwing around letters at at all used is It's a is how would you say that then what if they use us would you say that you can actually like that better we should rename candidate you're you're cooter no we're the bad ones correct maybe they chose person and said okay well we're going to be the so tonight while we awesome one for their we didn't really discuss here by the way the anybody wants to now we do we said it was Moosehead in Canada it's got Kim Jong Il we did discuss it we didn't say the mirny thing it said allow we said that and then I made my joke okay well how you know it's Moosehead Moosehead finance a I don't know if you're new to the show but will we do as we discussed the beer at the end wait what its first week I ever in the middle of the show because I felt like we do sir selves said what we thought about the beer and then by you know we used to do that you did sitting around over a cell phone hoping it was recording yes talked about everything we wanted to before the show started recording why you bring up those armories we still do that I don't really talk yeah we do yeah we had some good ones before the show started anyway tonight we are taking some classic nerd Sri Rhymes we're gonNA throw them through Google translator and see what spits out with that and we're going to give you a brief history and then we rewrote it modern times that's the show tonight confusing maybe funny hopefully sources for this way of looking at me I feel like there should be crickets and how very finely eight the sources for the show were wikipedia and Google translate you vh one behind the music featuring weird out one vh one on VHS it was that old old they said the H. as because we accents Rafer so are we getting a June oh for this but does that mean Canadian Iran we always it was a city in Alaska no capital of Alaska in a barely audible movie juno the capital Alaska you now now you Juno you know what is the capital of Alaska I don't know so you know it's not Juno so what is it Oh Canada Canada Canada's the capital of Alaska Alaska okay so for cans lay here are some of the war we take the nursery rhymes throat through Google translate see what spits out on the other side translate between several different languages there's no rhyme or reason to languages and the languages can be used more than once ONS but here's a list of the language we did use Arabic Chinese Croatian Danish Dutch English French German Greek English ones important one Shins Hawaiian Irish Italian Japanese Korean Latin Polish Spanish Swedish Turkish Vietnamese Zulu this is tough room tonight guys are just tearing that was a lot yeah it was a lot it isn't just heard Haitian and got excited I'm GonNa go goal at the capital of Alaska Have Alaska I know you told me it wasn't no you I asked if Juneau Juneau you told me now I said I don't know but as Juno now's a good time for you to Google that because it's your you guys have to way it's really down Oh no you told me I was I don't know but it's Juneau the Juneau Juneau guys lied to me she said I don't know but you know I don't trust you eight Mile Creek pulling up all the facts with Canada and then just bounce it on the rest of us I know I know how the name Kim that's all whole show is derailed because of it yeah every great thing comes from Canada we talked about this earlier yeah hockey basketball three rhymes Juneau Bacon. Bart's making this fear is only six dollars Canadian it wasn't even on sale it was six dollars you know many loonies in Tunisia had to give away for this I don't know what any of that is oh as the Canadian dollar attorneys a two dollar coin. Yeah I you know I did I don't trust you guys anymore how strange Brew Juno Laura you're the first one up tonight you all are still I have my paper my hands I already told my editing so much I just leave it all in just you know I get done recording and then just posted immediately there are podcasts that do that very proud of it and they shouldn't be tonight's show should be a special any editing we know that that's why we do a lot of fast forwarding okay I first nursery rhyme that everybody world knows bop out black sheep never heard of it ah black sheep is an English nursery rhyme the earliest surviving version of which dates from seventeen thirty one there I was I print it and Tommy Thumb's pretty song young buck the oldest surviving collection of English language nursery rhymes the words have not pretty it's very pretty will yeah it was almost good as Tommy Chong's songbook Tommy Chong's high anyway was that an abe normal reference though words of Baba black sheep if you guys yell at me for not getting through this China read it you guys holding conversation I'm just GonNa talk over you. The words have not changed very much in two and a half centuries longtime it is sung in a very went of the seventeen sixty one French melody Would you tell your Oma okay I would I tell you I love that song mom tell you mom I wouldn it was the first Ted Kennedy single ever Made Katherine L. is Thomas in the real personages of mother goose published in Nineteen thirty suggests that the rhyme referred to resentment at the Great Wall tax of twelve Wendy five I didn't know he resented the twelve seventy five actually it lasted until the fifteenth century awesome was terrible every time that you wanted wolf or had to sell or buy wall taxed till the fifteenth Sunni throwing it in the sea and the ocean suck up the water you'll be back rely on wall in the ocean it's really weird that they would throw it into that seat that was anywhere near friends it was called the livings the full died Canada the humor others have connected it to the slave trade and particularly in the southern United States but has not supporting historical evidence still I mean if it was around since twelve seventy five were slaves even in America at that point wall tax black so confused Jewelry Guard over to that no no you can't start uh-huh why you're GonNa add it all thank you just GonNa post this would be positively or took three days to add it that's the only because you stop no Disneyworld shh no I don't has sympathy for you and he's just going to say the people in the room now I want to go to Disney gives you the is no option you're doing that you wanna go to epcot you don't have to which they have to if you're coming in here announcing what's going on and giving me the option the option is to do what you want me to do and then you said who's going and I said Maria and Kyle and you said Kyle's going I'll go that's exactly what happened you would not have joined me in for Kyle the what was the controversy that emerge either there is that the will of black sheep may later they are going to be a short show it's you get for thinking twenty one pages Chris Buckle up buddy not as big as not without dying them anybody WanNa talk 'cause I finished okay. A controversy emerged over changing the language of Baba black sheep in Britain in nineteen eighty-six because it was seen as racist suggestions of rewriting of the rhyme have been Baba pink cheap baba happy sheep Baba hopping sheep Baba's sag sheep and Baba Rainbow Sheep I love rushing that's how they get tie it is that like Juno isn't the capital of Alaska I don't know what your own either Juno Bob black sheep have you any original yes I figured everybody knew the original Oh you didn't know about black sheep have you any wool yes Sir Oh yes sir three bags full one for the master one for the dame and one for the little boy who lives down the lane so here is our Google translate at version not the original blackbox sheep do you have will yes. 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"google translate" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Do you use fire Fox. No use chrome because you're on Chrome O._S.. You have to say he's an android browser and do you use firefox on <hes> on android. He's grown okay discrim just from Android Q. Beta five is out leave that to you to install. I have it on my pixel but I honestly it's been so shaky. I I don't even use the pixel anymore because it's the Betas son it kind of rocky so once they settle down they'll go back. Google has a live camera translation. They've talked about that before at I._O.. is now getting smarter and sixty exte- new languages so that's pretty good if I don't think either of the translation side has to be English anymore either used to Oh nice yeah so you can do whatever the whatever not thing is it can go from whatever to whatever new languages include Afrikaans Arabic Bengali. That's going to be useful for me when I go to the Middle East Bengali Estonian Greek Hindi Igbo Javanese Kurdish Latin lot Latin. Do you see Latin Signs is a lot maybe in Pompeii Latin Latvian Malay- Mongolian Collie Karston will use karston. I actually never took Latin but my wife did. Oh took to post hoc in her air. Go prompter Hawk. That's Latin Chi Kok we as we as we as we we come cocoa movie movie and that's just because it says booby in it yeah. I know school boys. I didn't know about this. I'm not happy I'm not happy. Google drive in photos sink goes away. Today has gone down very already yeah. You're happy all these photos. I'd never been too sick because Dr okay shoulder because it will kill okay. Okay good so you get the backup and sync for your desktop. I do use that and that gets all my <hes>. My Good D._S._l.. are photos up into the Google photos interface <hes> and then you're GONNA have a new option in the photos web interface it lets you choose the pictures from Google drive. You'd like to put on photos so that's good yeah. That's better than automatic. I like that Google has recreated. If you've got <hes> a a are in search I guess everybody does you can now visit the Apollo Eleven Cockpit for the fiftieth anniversary. So what do I have to search for to do that. This is launched today. It's the A._R.. Experience Place Users in a three D. creation of the Apollo eleven command module. Oh look that's cool that you can put it in your own space. Walk around it Yeah Nice. I I love commemorations actions of this because honestly I know. This is fifty years ago. It's the best thing we we ever did my lifetime anyway. He think they could've cleaned off the capsule bit. Oh no no that's <hes> that's because it came through the Earth's atmosphere got some mind at some flames looks a little rusty doesn't it though yeah apparently and get in later this month Neil Armstrong spacesuit and you can you could you could see see what it's like to be in the space suit. I think this is cool Cisco. Here's <hes> here's a glove. The glove <hes> that's cool does not look very comfortable duct tape on the duct tape on the other. This is the repairs in the Beta cloth medical container. This is John Wilkins Seventeenth Century manuscript this is I don't know how that got in there.

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"google translate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Can use web sites like Google translate or apps with instant internet based translation isn't being a party caught a bit of an analog skill in a digital age national polyglot only Richards disagrees take people's like some readers have his website he says we retired to the south of Spain the most important thing in the world for them is to be able to great the neighbor in the morning to go down to the local bank isn't or some bread to chat to people in the square and the afternoon to go out to the local ball restaurants in the evening and chat to people I mean that is what it means to be a life and for people who go to other countries for you spend time in other countries who are aware of other cultures and attracted by them they will never be any substitute for that and that's mostly what I like to focus on is what pulled me so much joy with languages so perhaps the scale live speaking languages is here to stay Richard sympathies the organizer of the annual political conference as their other political gatherings and internet forums too is this now a movement a campaign to get his old to learn more languages now he says the be honest with you it's a matter of love action for language of passion for sharing my deep desire to learn other languages and finding people who are in a very similar situation two of mine can we talk about the kinds of people who become poly clocks what's your experience I find it starts with people who just couldn't trust in our language or culture or by the actually have no real connection to their own sphere of existence take for example someone sitting in the U. K. loves manga and decides to Stallings in Japanese and then maybe get hooked maybe they then start watching some Korean soap operas and Stein during this ambulance in Korean they learn the Korean and Japanese car some of the crime then the lan there were lots of Chinese words in these languages as well so then they start looking at Chinese kind is almost accidental how people do this that's how you start I think the coming probably a polyglot a polyglot for me it's somebody learns languages out of sheer enjoyment or fascination with another language or culture so we can become Polly coats if we want however our brains are wired in the next program I'll be tapping into the knowledge and experience of Polly Klaas about how best to learn a language from my producer on land Gregorius and from me Simon colder until then goodbye all I just a contrast money.

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"google translate" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Science Friday

"Building the web that detecting other spiders in the web detecting prey in the web, and we're trying to do there is to, to really take these some, these sounds of the spider. Here's and creates by actually vibrating web new. Spider uses the weapons an instrument if you wish for communication, and we don't understand this language. So we are doing the same similar idea that we're doing flee the proteins here at a macro scale and the Kissel of spider, and trying to learn what is the spider hunted talents with these different? Sounds. And for humans to understand those and actually then feeding these sounds back to the spiderweb and trying to this is the vision for this work that we're trying to achieve this to come up with a way of communicating with the spider. Right. So one of the interesting things, one of the things I'm very interested in, in general, is how do we communicate across scales? How do we make quantum mechanics audible of proteins? How do we communicate across species? Can we communicate with spiders, and how can we translate insights from different fields like music into material science and forth and so forth? So in the spider case I'm the real direct application is that we're trying to be able to, to communicate with spider and see how the spider response. And if this works would be exciting be the first time we have. A Google translate few ish for communication between different species. Do you have any reason to believe that the spider knows how to listen to what you would be sending? E as well, the spider spider relies heavily on on signals on vibrational signals communication, because it's essentially blind. So when spider builds the web, or detect prey, or detect other spiders, any any kind of activity in the web of communicating mating. And so on the spider with actually use for patients signals. So it's very sensitive to vibrations. So we think that when we started speak that language by actuated a web, and pretending to be a spider, but actually using the right kind of frequencies of spectra the kind of language we might be able to do that. I do I'm more. I'm not worried. I'm wondering I'm wondering about your passion with music, and you use as an engineer in physics in designing these materials where does it come from? Yeah. I think the I'm very interested in the translation of insights between different domains, and we realized the as we said, in the beginning, these systems across the different manifestations have similar construction, principles based music. I know I know I asked you the question, but I don't think you might not have heard me might not have asked you. When you discover that proteins can be made to play music. You must have some sort of musical background, right? That you understand music. You must've had Williams rock musician or something, and your and your child. The but I've always been very interested in music, and sound and compositions. And so it's actually it was a natural connection between the different things I've been doing in my in my career, and this'll be the be just an extension of it. ES correct. So this is the, you know, when we talk about putting an arts and stem, the this is really would be your steam project. Correct. Well, I think, yeah, I mean, a lot of these different areas are quite connected. And I think you mentioned stem steam outreach, I think it was a terrific example of how we can can teach about make connections about something everybody about which is sound and music. And explaining how the piano that neutral us to create complex proteins. And attention has only twenty keys and with these very simple, twenty keys these acids, nature, builds amazing machinery, amazing materials, and that's something very similar, as humans of actually created complex systems out of universal building blocks music right now for thousands of years ever since humans have been around they've been creating systems you've explained it very well. And we wanna we wanna follow you on your communications with the spiders you stay in touch KMart. Thanks to your things. Much good luck to you Marcus..

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"google translate" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Both work and you can paste in text and it will translate from Mandarin to English or Cantonese whatever she thinking. Yes. And, and it doesn't vice versa. So if you wanted to write something in English, and then send it to her, and Mandarin, you could do that. Just by using Google translate. Is it a hundred percent accurate? No. And especially if you start using slang, and phrases that only, we know in the United States is that it's not going to be translating that affectively, what from what I understand my that, she speak, Mandarin or candies. I honestly don't know okay if they ask her that two different dialects, it's kind of, like if you were to meet somebody from, from the deep south, he may not fully understand everything that they say, and they may not understand somebody who has a really strong Boston accent type of thing. And so fill my son studies Mandarin. And he has since the sixth grade. And so when I've asked him, you know how does this translation work and is a pretty accurate? He always comes back and says it's about eighty percent. So so you don't need to to pay that fee, the seventy dollars if you just use Google translate. Okay. As far as we chat. It's owned by a Chinese tech giant by the name of ten cent. It's actually more popular than Facebook messenger and also Facebook's. What's up? I mean it's just it's just this hugely popular thing. But, like all social media, you have to be careful who you're going to accept as a friend, but it is very easy to delete. Anybody who wasn't trustworthy back in twenty fifteen. We chat did have a problem in the app store and was spreading some type of malware. I was concerned about that. That was back in two thousand fifteen I haven't had any problems since then. So maybe wanna make sure that if you're gonna install this on whatever phone that you use that, you know, that you may make sure that this isn't, you know, maybe don't have a whole bunch of you're doing your banking on it, for example. You're not saving a lot. But I think it's interesting that you're exchanging all information any plans to go see her. Probably not my job kind of ties me down. So I, I have a son so I really can't leave. I see. Okay. And so how often do talk to her. Almost every night. Wow. Okay. And she ever asks, you for money. No. That's okay. Good. All right. I just wanna make sure that, you know, be on the lookout for that, you know, especially as you as you move in. But it sounds like they're making money off of the translation. Lately? And so, you know, seventy every seventy dollars every three days is a lot of money as general as you move into we chat, just I wanted to make sure that you make sure that you always keep your senses up. Okay. And, and just be smart. You sound like a really smart guy, but I just wanna make sure that you don't get taken because something else because I've heard things are stories along the way that I would want to have happen to you. And thanks for your call today. Thanks J. Appreciate you getting. Let's talk about Epson my favorite favorite printing, and the revolutionary cartridge free Epson eco-tank forty seven fifty..

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"google translate" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on KOMO

"Google translate is getting a little more personal translator. Tron is a new Google program that the company says can directly translate, your voice into another language. For example, if you were to say. Komo Mason, thea kiss. Normally a translation program would convert the voice into text which would then be read by a computer like this. Mary, asked me how I felt and I think that's when I started crying, French Lita Tron can skip a step by translating, one sound directly into another program. Mimics your tone and cadence resulting in what Google calls. A more natural in less jarring. Translation vary. Asks, you how I fell. And I think it's when I started to cry Google says eliminating steps can cut down on errors in speed up. Translation, the company says it doesn't plan to introduce translate. Oh, Tron to commercial products yet. The move comes a year after the company added accents to Google translate with Tech Trends, Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. More concerns about Amazon's facial recognition technology, this time is coming from the company's own shareholders, says part of Amazon's annual meeting in Seattle Wednesday investors are voting on whether the tech giant's aggressive push to spread the surveillance software threaten civil rights, along with the company's reputation at prophets, Shane Karna, Ryan with the. C L, U would enable police to identify protesters. I track down immigrants and not only monitor the activities of their own even providing dangerous and likely inaccurate information. Police about a personal state of proposal. Ask the company to prohibit sales of its facial recognition system to government agencies last week, San Francisco banned the use of facial surveillance technology by police and other city agencies. On the way home update and.

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"google translate" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on PRI's The World

"What is the biggest concern of that emerged from last Friday, the the gun story, or what seems to be narrative of white nationalism of white supremacy. I think you Yukon disentangle the two of them you've always got extremists in society, and the extreme right has always been a New Zealander being evidence since the nineteen thirties as a group it's never been more than a couple of hundred hardcore enthusiasts, but they've always been a night by large part of the community around them, which is tolerant of racism that something that New Zealand has to grapple with now that this person was in plain sight, and that's going to be a difficult debate. But the lodge debate is the ability of the person with the hatred and the ideology to anxious define palate to carry out, the the madness that was Alexander less be a law professor at the university of keto in New Zealand, and thanks to station W A M U in Washington for helping out with that interview a week and three days ahead of the Brexit deadline. A lot is still up in the air, including the future status of hundreds of thousands of Brits who live in other e u countries for the past two. Years or so producer? Leo Hornak has been following one. British woman, his friend ima situation, and she's come up with their own solution to the problem a new nationality. House things. On a severa has family roots in Portugal. But right now, how grasp of the language is still at an early stage. Or is I am to geeze. Let me just get up Google translate. We've known each other since we're kids growing up in London. She's now a composer and singer songwriter who's part of the year in Denmark with Danish partner. This is from when we Skype two years ago a few months off to the Brexit vote. All right. Just got something Klay TA. Yeah. That time mostly put to rush. Okay. So you're going to do this interview. Stephen King style using Google translate to speak your thoughts. I the how. When the Brexit happened. They will probably more than a million people like Anna, British but living in other European Union countries. A big pots of the EU dream is that you'll totally free to do that make life anywhere in Europe without visas work permits or green cards, the final.

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"google translate" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Indoor back, and let's talk about Arianna ground as oh man hand tat to. Let's talk about her hand first of all her. It looks waxy her hand looks like adults hand. Sure looks like it's made of I it's just a lighting. It's just it's was moisturised. Okay. But you know, she did the cool thing like all people who aren't Japanese or Chinese like do and get Kanji characters tattooed on them without really doing. Without speaking to a Japanese person or or just do using the Google translate at real quick what's seven rings? Well, I mean, this feels like a Google translate thing where it's like Google translate. Could fuck it up a little bit. Like, it's not technically, correct. But it like could go through some translations. So yes. So she had this always seven rings. And in the video. There's Japanese written in with the proper Japanese for seven rings written in it, which is nuts. Ube you up which means seven rings, Dan. Slower nuts. As a black person. I had to jump in on this story because it's just so funny to me this shit happens all the time where people just take Kanji, very literally. So she has two characters on our hands. The first one is seven the other one is can be read as rings, but Kanji and these characters can be read multiple different ways between depending on what other characters are paired with. Right. So in this context, it what it says to me is sh cheating, which means a charcoal grill. Got it like a traditional Javanese circle grew is what her hand tattoo says now very aggressively, brutally if you go. Yes that one means seven and that means rings. But if I'm looking at that shit together that any seven rings, right? You would need to have nots in Yuba. And then like afterwards, I think she she took the image down. And was like, yeah. I know I could have done. It was like a very. A stupid past just sorta like ooh, definitely cried on yet. It's not the worst thing. That's happened. Her this year. I know. Right. Sounds crazy. I mean, he's a little guy. But yeah, she was like indeed, I did leave out the other part that which should have gone in between it hurt like shit. Instill looks tight. I wouldn't have lasted one more symbol LMA. Oh, oh, my but this also appeals a time and won't last. So if I miss it an awful suffer through the whole thing next time. Oh my God. Also, that's not even that good. Right. She did it for one of her songs, and it's like a song. That's just coming out right now. That's the last one. I can't remember. Yeah. Most recent single. I don't know why. Yeah. Again, a palm tat to his so weird. So to like finger ones, I get on the back end the palm is like aggressive. Yeah. And people I know palm tattoos like they're they're there is out there. They got drug problems. I don't wanna say that. But yeah, they got. They got drug problems, man. Like, you don't need to have like y'all got the ironman thing on my palm. So I'll go like this. It looks like why are man and look like, and I'm like, please put my TV back together. Oh, man. So again, you people dabbling in appropriation. I feel bad for her because she is so stupid. Yeah. It's because you know, she really wanted it to be that tight, you know. But you know, what's funny is that whole song has a preparation written all over it. Now. Now like with the whole, you know, she may have stolen from this person found all that drama, and in the video being a Solan from what the fuck is that foles name the fucking trap pouts pink everything paying to chase. Yes. Thank you. And so that should go up. You would think she would have stopped everything you know, what I I mean? mean, all that shit building up. Yeah. You would think she she would have been like, you know, what maybe I should just let this song already has bad memories. Just move on realm is coming out like whatever. Yeah. Issues smart. She would be like I would like to announce my new partnership with sucky charcoal grill company. Glycerin negative into a positive. Yeah. Yeah. Then I'd be like, you know, what you got a sense of humor. And you're that's a business person. Right there. Yeah. Pretty negative into a positive. That's right. Wait. What was the song that?.

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"google translate" Discussed on Material

Material

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"google translate" Discussed on Material

"And so that's why you it's no mystery wider going so aggressively and so- excitedly to promote the Google assistant as another yet another conduit for Google services and Google resources that now it's kind of brilliant because the whole message of apples predicament is that they're trying to. Continue to make huge profits on hardware in a world where hardware is becoming increasingly irrelevant. Whereas Google is creating new software categories and services that says it doesn't matter who we don't wanna make the hardware. We will continue to make our pixel phones and stuff, but we wanna make we wanna build up, and it makes us money. No matter what hardware it runs on. And the Google assistant looks like it's really really going that way. And I also say that this new the one new feature that was rolled out this week, the a new interpreter mode, and this is this is the sort of stuff that really reaches people where it's apple correctly. And maybe a little bit snarky put up a really huge billboard on the on the side of a hotel about how what happens on your iphone stays on your iphone? Go check out our privacy. And in the features. Now, of course, the the problem was they did put this poster on the side of a Marriott hotel. L which just leaked tens of millions of personal piece of information. Okay. The couldn't have foreseen that when they when they approved the ad. Maybe. But that's the that's the sort of like. What's the word looking for? It's not a tactile feature that people can immediately appreciate and use. And and be impressed by whereas when you have when you have the ability to say, hey, Guillermo, be my French interpreter. And it will your Google home or your phone or your smart display will just sit between you and the person you're speaking to and automatically translate as each side of the conversation as you go and on smart display, like as when they hear someone's replied, you and friendship will translate into English and actually write it in English just likable. Right. Your English and translated into French that's sort of thing where even if you never have a need to use that sort of feature. It's like, wow, Google seems to be doing some really cool stuff. And I'm at least going to play with that once, and it's not even that complicated. It's not something that Google translate. Couldn't do before they just found a new way to express it is makes it legitimately more useful. And also, incidentally, more marketable and more and more demo able. Yeah. I think I just I'm really excited to use this when it finally comes to the Romanian language, which I hope which I hope it does. It says a swirling out with twenty seven point six twenty seven languages. So remains one of them. I mean, I pick Russian. I'm sure Russia will come out before Romanian up there the top three. I I mean in terms of like more the most spoken languages in the world. But I just think of it as like what tool. See this is how Google makes it self invaluable. And why so much of its marketing is kinda like in that Disney Centric esque aesthetic, because there's something very familial about these features and just imagine using this in a bilingual household where you are teaching children how to speak or maybe in my case. Helping husbands learned some common words. In another language, and it's the that's what a. Oh, man. There is just so much of this technology is going to be embedded into our daily interactions with other people that it's just interesting to think about it's interesting. I my my head is in a whirlwind just trying to express how I feel about this. I'm both like delighted, but also concerned, you know, you know, what I mean, you have to well, you always have to think about how relatable technology is to actual human beings. And there's very little that's more relatable than imagine a thirty second ad in which you see someone and guess you can say, oh, well, they've just they just moved moved to this country year ago. They're trying to learn the language, but haven't really gotten it yet and suddenly having more independence than they used to have. Because they no longer have to bring their kid with them whenever they need to go to the dry cleaners or go shopping because all they have to do is put there. Android phone on the counter and any everybody..

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