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Facebook Should Halt Instagram Youth, Attorneys General Say

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 57 min ago

Facebook Should Halt Instagram Youth, Attorneys General Say

"Zuckerberg, urging him to drop company plans for a version of Instagram for Children under the age of 13. The attorneys general say they're concerned about Social media's of facts on the physical and emotional well being of Children. That includes the potential for increased cyberbullying possible vulnerability to online predators and what they call Facebook's checkered record in protecting Children on its platforms, Facebook says in a statement. It's just exploring instagram for kids and would make every effort to protect Children and would not show advertising on such a platform to 52, the winner of the Google Doodle. Contest gets a big scholarship

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How Does Tik Tok Lead Generation Ads Work

Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

02:21 min | 12 hrs ago

How Does Tik Tok Lead Generation Ads Work

"Last year since it really grew. And hey should i be on tiktok that you know as my audience there and so that's what i really wanted to talk to you about recently. Tiktok launched legion as one of the campaign objectives and it really just copies the campaign objectives from google from facebook from linked in twitter. And you'll notice if you're setting if you're setting up in ads account on any of those platforms. One of the first things that are going to do when you're looking at the ads. Creation is choosing the audience right. That's one of the things but the first step is really choosing the objective. And so if you go on tiktok in the ads manager part of tiktok you can see that. They now offer lead generation as one of the objectives right so if you wanna generate leads beat a b. or b. two c. It's there for tiktok whether it's gonna work for your business or your product or service or industry it. You'll need to test. I am testing it right now with a couple different clients. I'm testing it with my podcast. I actually just set up a lead gen campaign on tiktok for fifty dollars to run over the course of actually sixty dollars over the course of. I believe it's three days. So that's the minimum or you can choose the other minimum which is Twenty dollars a day but if we look at the audience the way i see it as this sixty two percent of all tiktokers are in the. Us are between the ages of ten and twenty nine. so that's not my audience. I know my audience the majority of the decision makers that i worked with them daily basis as a b. two b. service provider. My audience is forty five to sixty five years old. That's those are the people that are almost always making the decisions on building account. So you have to figure out if you're a b. two b. is your audience there presumably if they're telling me that sixty two percent or ten twenty nine than the other thirty percent are thirty years to sixty five years. Don't but i don't know a lot of adults who are of a you know even my my age category genetics Spending too much time on tiktok nevertheless even if you can get a small audience and generate some leads. Hey you wanna be creating brand awareness. If your lifestyle brand you sell products and

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Google Announces ‘Pixel Buds a-Series’ in Accidental Unveil

Android Central Podcast

01:53 min | 23 hrs ago

Google Announces ‘Pixel Buds a-Series’ in Accidental Unveil

"This was a doozy. We know that google will announce a cheaper version of the pixel buds a or the pixel buds. Rather call the pixel buds. A and. then. I think it was. Was it wednesday or tuesday. This week has been a blur. Google the android account the official verified undercount tweets a. I'll read it for you here. It's just seems. Like one of those throwaway tweets that you don't actually notice until they announce a an unreleased product in it quality sound and quick bluetooth pairing check. The new pixel buds a-series have arrived. Enjoy one tap bluetooth. Pairing with the updated fast pair experience on hashtag android and. There's a photo of new pixel buds with fast pair and a photo of the all white pixel buds a connecting to a what looks like a pixel five so this tweet goes up around midday i think and it stays up for about twenty minutes and then a bunch of people like us noticed that it was up and start tweeting about it. I quote tweeted at saying that. This was the most google thing to ever happen and then about five minutes later. The tweet goes dead. Thankfully everybody knew that it would go dead so they took screen shots. And that's why we have these this evidence for posterity. Not a big surprise. Ara we know that know that this is coming now. Probably know that. It's coming at google. I o but this is interesting because we weren't really sure how google was going to market this It's obviously less. There's less color the the ones that we've seen. It's a single tone color scheme for all of them. So there's an all white probably in all black and i believe it was all green dark

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How to Shift Your Digital Strategy After iOS 14

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

01:51 min | 1 d ago

How to Shift Your Digital Strategy After iOS 14

"Today i'm joined by warren g always a digital marketing specialist for one hundred contacts lauren. Thanks for coming on the air. Yeah i'm excited to have you Before we get into it just you know. Tell me a little bit about yourself. And i think you've got a really interesting story of how you made your way into marketing and just share that with us. Yeah so I actually yeah. I went to school at. Byu and my degree is an exercise in wellness. so out of college. I actually started as a as a personal trainer in wellness coach. I'm actually at one. Eight hundred contacts so they have an onsite gym. There and i was a personal trainer to our associates and their spouses and loved doing that. But then it just kinda what. I call it a quarter life crisis. I guess decided you know. What am i gonna do with my life. I don't think personal training it for me and the had a friend that had an entry level opening marketing position it was actually an affiliate marketing position open. She said hey. I think you might like to check it out. So i definitely had a google search. What affiliate marketing had no idea so google and thought. Hey what the heck you know of of made go into law school. But i put that on hold for like a year check out markets if i liked it and the stick so i'm i started affiliate marketing and moved over into the digital side couple years later for started with display and video native or khanin on my made my way back one eight hundred contacts in marketing. So over here. now. I'm back in and do it. Affiliate marketing for them as well and then among the paint social display side. So doing a lot for him. But it's gonna be back in different

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Google Will Start Automatically Enrolling Users in Two-Step Verification

Daily Tech Headlines

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Google Will Start Automatically Enrolling Users in Two-Step Verification

"Group will will soon start automatically enrolling users in two step verification although inexact rollout date was not announced use will require recovery information on their accounts like a phone number or secondary email before two. Step verification is enabled. It's unclear if users can opt out once abled.

Increase Your Website Traffic and Sales Through Search Engine Optimization

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:56 min | 3 d ago

Increase Your Website Traffic and Sales Through Search Engine Optimization

"On google search. Engine results for variables. What are those variables. first one. we have is canonical compliance pronounce sir. There we go canonical compliance. Oh down and put that on the good notes canonical compliance okay. What's the next one right. Just okay the second. One is mobile. Compliances mobile compliance. Okay so does. The website canonical does it fit. Does it adhere to the cannon or the established rules of gupta. First idea does. Does your website match what google wants. Does it do that if you if you're listening right now and you say i don't know if my site doesn't four free i will be happy. We've done this for thousands of people. There's no no charge. You literally just email us right now to info at drive time show dot com info at drive time. Show dot com devon. We use a program to over listeners. Can use as well called. Sem rush through. It's fantastic and it's going to tell you if there's problems with your website now devon. Why would we run an analysis for the listeners. Out there just to be just to be a source of wisdom to be helpful for people who are wanting to get to the top of google and what percentage of the time is that is the website not compliant too. Google's rules ninety nine point nine percent this just in so it's gotta economically compliant too charles. What move number two. We need to implement to be topping. The google search engine results. Mobile compliance mobile compliance. Now the devon. Google has a free test out there. You just type in mobile compliance. Google test we'll put a link on the show notes there and it pops up being bought a boom. We pull it up boom there. It is and you can check it right there and everybody can do it so you just do. A google search right now for mobile friendly test. Google search console. I know someone's trying to write that down so i'll go slow here. We go

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Google Plans to Automatically Enroll Users in Two-Factor Authentication

Tech News Today

01:31 min | 3 d ago

Google Plans to Automatically Enroll Users in Two-Factor Authentication

"World password day every day l. day to it. I had no idea global password day. Yeah hey what passwords. You are great security tools but Kind of feeling like you know more and more people are thinking. Maybe there's a better way. But there's a better solution. I know i have two factor authentication activated on my most important google being one of them and google is using this day to spread the message that everybody get on the two factor authentication train They're going to be so first of all they're going to be prompting everybody to activate which is okay. Great find you you get a little message on your phone says hey turn onto actress indication. Here's why it's awesome. Here's why you need it and everything that's step one. Eventually they're going to be google's going to be requiring its users with smartphones Tied to their accounts to use two factor authentication or at least they're gonna opt to them in which i think is a really big step. It's gonna automatically enroll users if their accounts are set up properly meaning that they have a smartphone that's tied to the account that's has verified number that sort of thing And i'm really curious about this because no question pal. Passwords are are super flawed security tools. They've been around forever. They've served a purpose. But even google says sixty. Six percent of americans admit to using the same password across multiple

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Google Says 20% of Workers Will Be Remote, Many More Hybrid

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Google Says 20% of Workers Will Be Remote, Many More Hybrid

"Most Google employees will have more flexibility in their work schedules the company says about sixty percent of its workers will be on a hybrid schedule that will include three days in the office in two days from wherever they work best twenty percent can change their location to a different office and the remaining twenty percent will continue working remotely even after Google offices reopen this fall also Google employees will have twenty days a year in which they can work from another location other than their main office the company will also offer reset days days off to help cope with the pandemic most of the one hundred thirty five thousand employees will work from home through this September I'm I can't put

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Teaching Digital Marketing To Gen Z Through Real World Projects

Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

01:34 min | 4 d ago

Teaching Digital Marketing To Gen Z Through Real World Projects

"If there are marketers out there listening to this episode or there are nonprofits or educators at the university. And if you're working like an in a business remarketing department. I would say if you haven't tried this framework Or approach that we tried in. It's been very successful. Which is look help. The students learn by doing so hands on. Take the nonprofit in this case and pick the ones that are going to sort of drink. The kool aid right because they have to do some work on their end as well. But it's a win win for everybody. Wouldn't you say because i've everyone that i've talked to over the years and i've kept in touch with any of the students there from your class. It's like it. It served as like a big like it was very impactful. Yes i think students have found it very impactful. And they appreciate that they get to work with a real company and they're learning digital marketing. But they're actually seen because the nonprofits are so appreciative. A you know students are doing blogs and social media posts social media audit google analytics audited audit that the The not they see the nonprofits is just light up because they're actually teaching them about their business in how to improve it so many the students put you know. Put it under linked in profile. And they're very proud and they talk about it in their interviews.

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Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

How I Built This

02:10 min | 4 d ago

Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it

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Interview With Jordan Tigani of SingleStore

HumAIn Podcast

02:16 min | 4 d ago

Interview With Jordan Tigani of SingleStore

"Welcome back listeners. To the humane podcast. Today we're talking about the future of intelligent edge thinking about how enterprises are powering their intelligent applications and fast analytics today. I'm brought to you with the chief product officer of single store jordan to ghani jordan. Donny comes with a rich background in the data industry. Today we're going to dive fast. Intelligent applications jordan. Thanks so much for joining us on the show. Thanks great be here to get to talk to you. Absolutely i know we talk a lot At single store about the applications and analytics that are being built but before we dive deeper into the product and the strong use cases. Can you share with our audience about you. Know where you've been and what brought you today to join single store for this next part of fast analytics and intelligent applications sure. I may a product person now. But i'm really offer engineer at heart. Being spent twenty years as an engineer and part of it engineering manager from kind of windows kernel to microsoft research worked at a couple of startups. Than i landed at google and it was right as google building. Its cloud and so i kind of stumbled onto this project called query was one of the founding engineers of google big query building out there their cloud data analytics Flagship will became their flagship. At the time was nobody was paying any attention to it so i ended up working on big query. I helped lead the engineering team and then the product team and You know having having gone from zero to you know where big quarry is now. I can't share any revenue numbers etc. But you know. I think it's one of the largest cloud data warehouses out there by revenue to put it that way and to sort of see that trajectory now single store meme sequel was them sequel at the time. Was you know somewhere at a point along that trajectory and it felt like it was on that same trajectory. It felt like you know. Meme sequel slash. Single store is where big query was. Just a few years ago

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Verizon Sells Internet Trailblazers Yahoo and AOL for $5B

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Verizon Sells Internet Trailblazers Yahoo and AOL for $5B

"Verizon is selling a couple of internet trail Blazers one was once the face of the internet but young who was overtaken by the likes of Google and Facebook another name being sold is a well you've got mail it was a dominant name during the internet's earliest days Verizon bought Yahoo and AOL about six years ago for nine billion dollars they're selling to Apollo management for five billion their attempts to jumpstart the brand's didn't work the ricin is refocusing on its wireless business I'm a Donahue

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The Epic Court Battle That Could Upend Apple's Future

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:18 min | Last week

The Epic Court Battle That Could Upend Apple's Future

"Talked on the show before about developer fees. Those are the commission's usually around thirty percent. That app store owners take from purchases made through their marketplaces. Some developers have pushed back against these fees. Saying there too high while store owners like apple and google have argued that the fees are necessary to keep transactions secure. This debate is the subject of a court battle between apple and the creator of fortnight epic games which kicks off today. The outcome of the trial will have ramifications for apple. And the rest of the tech giant's so for more on this. I'm joined by our apple reporter tim higgins. Hey tim thanks for being here. Thank you all right before we get started we should note that the wall street journal's publisher dow jones has a commercial agreement to supply news apple services. Okay so tim can. You remind us how we got to the trial that starts today. There's actually quite a dramatic backstory. Here right now. This is a clash of the titans. If you will it goes back to last august and the creator of fortnight epic games surprised a lot of people with an update to the fort game on the apple app store that aim to create a payment system. That would get around apple's payment system. They'll allow users to go into an epic games created pay system and that was a huge violation of apple's rules and it resulted in fortnight being booted from the app store and what followed was a pretty big legal battle that we now are seeing take place in a courtroom in oakland california and so as the court case. Kicks off today like you said in oakland. What's really the central question of this case. What is this all about. There's a few things going on here. Epic feels that apple is using. Its power anti competitive way specifically. They argue that apple has this delivery device or distribution device for apps on iphones and that it's one hundred percent controlled by them and that that is a monopoly in a bad sense and that they're misusing that power so what this case comes down to a large way is the definition of what a market is in the digital

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Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms

Social Media & Politics

02:33 min | Last week

Dr. Jean-Christophe Plantin Discusses Digital Media Infrastructures and Tech Platforms

"Let me turn it over to dr zone. Christoph plantain again. He's an associate professor in the department of media and communications at the doctor plantain. Thanks so much for taking the time out and welcome to the social media and politics podcast. Thanks for having me really happy to be here so to start out here. Why don't we break down a few of the key concepts that you've been developing in your research and the first one i'd like to discuss is media infrastructures which draws attention to this interplay between digital platforms. Which is kind of the services that we're all familiar with and the physical infrastructures that make those platforms work. And i think. Maybe we're not all familiar with those. So could you outline the concept of media infrastructures for us and why we should even be thinking about media infrastructures in the first place. Absolutely yeah you allow me to be a little idiosyncratic and just tell me a little bit how. I came to these concept. Maybe that would. That would be helpful just because this is a history that i guess we'll be telling on how we can put these different concepts together. My background is in a media. Medication studies and i worked a lot since my phd. On the concept of blood. I worked lots a studied. Participatory mapping google maps. Open street map and we are here. Yeah mid-2000s is still the whip. Two point zero seeking pretty strong and the type of scholarship at the time. Emphasizes the participatory nature off these pot for allowing people to post more easily to create to engage in activism or creative practices. so that was my standpoint. that's what i really started with A post doctoral fellowship at university of michigan and with my colleagues where i became much more more familiar with the concept of infrastructure. I worked a lot with polite words. Carla goes the christian. Send vague and these folks are much more on the stf side of these topics of the study of technolog- and the where of course talking about and they were talking about large distribution systems. They're put together via standards and gateways in these type of things but what was super interesting when we started working together and focusing more on the facebook and google's of the world. Is that what. I was describing. As platform there were describing as infrastructure.

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Google Faces British Supreme Court Over Claims It Illegally Harvested User Data

Seattle's Morning News

00:31 sec | Last week

Google Faces British Supreme Court Over Claims It Illegally Harvested User Data

"Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Google Google is up is before up before Britain's Britain's Supreme Supreme Court today Court today in a case in a case that could that cost could cost it billions. it billions. Google Google is fighting is fighting claims claims that it that illegally it illegally harvested harvested personal personal data from data British from British iPhone iPhone users users in 2011 in 2011 and 2012. and 2012. It allegedly It allegedly managed managed to sidestep to sidestep a block a block and Apple and Apple safari safari to gather to gather data data on users on users race, race, mental mental health, health, political political leanings leanings and sexuality. and sexuality. Among Among other things, other things, the consumer the consumer advocates advocates bringing bringing the case the want case Google want to Google compensate to compensate four four million million iPhone iPhone users users of $1000 of $1000 each each for the use for the use of their of data. their data. Vicki Barker. Vicki Barker.

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Google vs. Roku Over the YouTube TV App

Talking Tech

02:12 min | Last week

Google vs. Roku Over the YouTube TV App

"Either listeners. It's brett molina here. Welcome back to talking tech by co host. Mike snyder is off today now. I thought one of the benefits of switching from cable to streaming was. We'd avoid a lot of these carriage deals you're about you know the case where you see an ad maybe for your carrier from channel saying you're gonna lose this channel by the end of the month. Let your cable provider no familiar with all that messaging will it seems like that kind of stuff has carried over now into the streaming world and the latest example of this is roku versus google roku has warned users of its devices who are also subscribes to youtube tv that they might lose access to the app citing quote unfair terms and quote from google according to a copy of the email that was obtained by usa today which you can read about tech usa today dot com the company behind the popular media streaming players told users that recent oceans with google to continue to carry youtube tv broke down because roku cannot accept what they call google's terms as we believe they could harm our users The email also says it roku is committed to reaching a deal so that they can keep youtube tv on the players. Now of course. Google has responded to this day in in their statement. They say they're disappointed that they chose that roku has chosen to make these kind of claims while they continue to go and that they are trying the best they can to offer a deal that benefits the viewers of tv as well as everyone that owns a roku Now this isn't the first time we've heard with roku hosting other apps as you recall when hbo max launched in may twenty twenty. It wasn't on the platform for quite a while. I think it was several months. Wasn't until december of that year ahead of the

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Confessions of a Former Tax Auditor

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Confessions of a Former Tax Auditor

"You are an auditor in the nineties. I was you look so friendly. I in my mind scared to death durkin. that's a perception right. I mean and i tell you when. I showed up to audit somebody. There were either friendly or they were very scared to your point. You know and i was told many times that i had a friendly face and i came across. You know somebody that wanted to help rather than being there to punish or do something drastic with them. Yes totally you're changing my entire perception of auditors. Right now those awesome. that's great. So what did you do. As an auditor i mean. Everybody is terrified of getting audited. It is my worst nightmare and any people. Please do not do that. When it's such a mysterious process. He know the really is not that mysterious. I bet you anything. If you google what happens in an audit all kinds of different things. I will tell you. I personally audit actually for the state of texas in the new york area in also in the san antonio area so i was able to experience through different kind of i guess taxpayers. You know in the new york area had multi national multi billion dollar corporations and the way they handle an audit is very different than walking into a recording studio. That you know just like yours and saying we're auditing you. Today and one has their act together and the other one likely has items in a box. So you have to react to those things. But i can tell you a lot of the states. Ought the government's Do give you a lot of information so you are prepared to deal with the audit. I can sense. You know when i walk in. People are very either open. Okay let's go. let's do it or they're very apprehensive and those don't want to say

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"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

Google Teacher Podcast

07:38 min | 6 months ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"You can use in class tomorrow. I'm matt miller from ditch. That textbook and i'm casey mel from shakeup learning and in today's episode. You're going to take a closer look at one of our favorite tools. Google arts and culture. Su there is so much hidden in this little gem that we want to be that you know about it because we feel like. There's a lot of things here that can also help us when we're doing these hybrid and online learning classes so we can engage our students and share some of this awesomeness and of course we've got a few google news. An update and tim feedback from our listeners. Ready to do this. Matt i'm ready. Let's go so to kick off our google news and updates. Today we have a couple of new things in me that you're may or may not have seen roll out already one of them is one of these features that we've seen some other video call platforms that we are finally finally finally getting and google me and that is the ability to virtually. Raise your hand to ask a question. So there's not a whole lot to this one this Basically gives you the little hand button and whenever you click on it then you're able to kind of like raise your hand to the person that is That is doing the presentation. And then you know the moderators able to see all the raised hands and address them accordingly. You know if if you've seen this on other Video conferencing platforms. You probably get the idea behind it. So this is one that is on by default for your for your domain so Should be out probably by the time that you By the time that you hear this and if not then it should be pretty quick and this should be available to everyone. Even if you don't have enterprise so there's that and then there's also another quick one that is kind of nice too and that is to be able to accept knox in bulk and google meet. So if you're familiar with google meet. You probably know exactly what. I'm talking about right now. If you haven't used a whole bunch of google meet what i just said probably sounds like some sort of foreign language so Remember knox are whenever somebody wants to join your call and then you can either did deny them or admit them and if you have a whole bunch of students knocking all at the same time you have like twenty people. Waiting you'd have to click that admit button. Admit admit admit admit admit over and over and over again so we're getting a admit all end deny all button and so being able to do that is going to save you from having to click that button over and over and over again so couple of nice little tweaks that they're making to google meet to make our lives just a little bit easier gala. Love those tweaks. It's usually when we get a feature that we've been asking for that way suddenly realize Be careful what you ask for right. So when we want the ability for kids to be able to join. We didn't realize we were gonna get knocked all over the place after. Admit them individually which is a big pain. So yeah those. Those little tweaks definitely help us out. I am going to share with you. A couple of pretty big announcement that have happened. Since the last time we were courted. First of all tour creator is going away. So google has said goodbye to tour creator which is basically how students could create their own google expeditions. Which takes us to our second announcement. Which is the fact that expeditions is now moving into google arts and culture and thus our topic for today so google arts and culture. It makes sense the connection there. You know there's so much overlap. Between a lot of the programs that google offers between arts and culture and google earth than all of those different pieces maps and street view. Their you know they have a lot of overlap so it makes sense that some of that would be there in a lot of the three sixty was already in google arts and culture. So what they're doing is they're just kind of backtracking expeditions a little bit. I'm sad about to her creator. I'm sad about expeditions. Because the other thing we are losing is the apps meaning putting them in a vr headset. and so basically the keyword blog from google is letting us know that They're moving it over. And that essentially those standalone abc which allow us to put it into our phone and into google cardboard or whatever. Vr headset cheers That's kind of going away now. They're excused has to do with twenty twenty. Of course although. I think this never took off on a grander scale. Just because it was too hard for schools to get their hands on the devices it gives a great idea in theory and very engaging but to actually immerse students in vr requires a lot of equipment and it wasn't something that was easy for schools to do and teachers. You know my have a shared set. And i know it just didn't get used the way they could have. So i am disappointed but I'm glad they're not completely doing away with expeditions. Which is what. I was worried about because i saw some posts about this. But when you dig a little bit closer. They're just kind of transitioning three sixty immersive imagery into arts and culture. So you'll still have the three sixty option where you can click around. you know. go up down any direction. But you're not going to get that vr functionality. That's my understanding of it. So losing to her creator moving expeditions into arts and culture pretty simple little announcement. That kinda went under the radar. I think. I think they didn't wanna make this huge. And then a couple of the other technology online magazines and blogs started Kinda hidden on it a little hard. They're shutting down these different things but the cardboard was first introduced in in twenty fifteen which kinda blows my mind thinking about this. And i remember all of this was so excited of where it was going to go and now we're kind of letting letting it sunset a little bit. Yeah and one of the things with google that you learn pretty quickly is that you never know exactly what they're going to sunset and win they're going to and you know at least with this one we still do have a version of it. That's around thinking of like whenever i've done some of these things that you can do in vr a lot of times. I just poke around on on my screen. So i mean the ability to still have a version of it just housed in a little bit different thing. I guess that's better than like you know the days when we Some of us cried over losing google reader or whenever we lost in box and some of those other two i know i'm like bringing up old wounds talking about some of these products but at least with this one at least with this one we've got some version of it which is good. Oh and by the way just. Fyi notice this. When i was working on the news and updates they have officially changed. The url in no longer says g. suite updates. It says a workspace on it so they have forwarded that at least for now so yeah then again all of our links are going to break hurry for that so speaking of links by the way if you to get the links to any of these things we were talking about Head on over to our show notes. Which hopefully will not break for.

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Phillip Hunter - Alexa Criticism  - Moving Beyond Command and Control - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 07

The Voicebot Podcast

06:27 min | 7 months ago

Phillip Hunter - Alexa Criticism - Moving Beyond Command and Control - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 07

"You were there fairly early with Alexa and so you know in your well known in the community I think is is well as as as you said, there were that many people early on you gotTa have sort of a nice tribe along those lines but I'm just GonNa Pluck A. Just two sentences out of here maybe three. So it started off with the Post. Say This is from Philippinter. Quote the more I. Think about it. The more disappointing last week's Alexa announcement was so and then you talk about how little bit about the disappointment than you go on later and say. The reality is that hardware has got the focus and natural was just a buzzword. The dream of conversational ability beyond command and control QNA and game play is dimming, spark and quote. So maybe set up for the listeners. What you're trying to convey here and how the Amazon Product Launch Event of twenty twenty was a good good enough catalyst to get your head space and at to that point. Yeah. Well, as you might imagine. And I think that you know. The way the way you read, it certainly lends itself to this is. The thoughts about this you know started a long time ago and From. The early days we were we were looking at what is what is the voice user experience me what is Now, what is it? We have these things. Around. How do we design for Web? Design for Mobile? How do we design desktop applications these kinds of things and You know really great were definition has been given for those but we didn't have them for voice and we weren't sure what they should be and but we spent A. Good ten years really working out some of those within that small community and everything from you know, how do you greet someone when they start the interaction to recover from? Errors or other problems. And and so when we? As we all those who were there saw lex coming out. So Google assistant coming out, we started having conversations What would What would it be like for this device this context, these use cases to advance those things and Unfortunately what? We learned a couple of things early on that that were discouraging one of them was that. The platforms Allowed a lot less access to some of the core speech recognition. Data points that we made a lot of use of in these applications and so things like accuracy, confidence scores, and in in best list, which is You know instead of coming back with a single result coming back with a three to five results in using application logic to pick the most likely one. So we lost some of these capabilities and what that meant was that. We had to make some sacrifices at the US level about how people would be able to recover. From from different problems and and in some cases even. Some of the things that we could do like in terms of follow up are multi turn conversations. Because it just gets a lot trickier if you don't have some of those. Tricks available to you. And just before you go out. To keep going so. Mark. Your spot. But. When you talk about things, competent scores, and some of the other tools you had you're you're talking about you had those tools available to you before you ever got to Alexa this was in your pre Amazon experience with voice speech systems, right? All. Yeah. All the way back to the initial late nineties work that I did and those things evolved over time. So we were. You know is one of those things as creators as developers we had access in than we kept asking nuance and speech works for even deeper access than they would give it to us, and so we we had a lot of really. Fine tuned control over the behavior of these applications and so your expectation would be that since that's a that's a known benefit When Amazon and Google come out with two with solutions and they've got third party develop Rico's system day would also provide this and maybe they don't provide it at launch because it's complicated by you're always adding features for developers right. But at some point that actually comes out yeah. Yeah We still don't have speech. We still don't actually have the actual speech logs. Well, right. Well Yeah and and that was another thing as that. So so one of the big parts of those early applications was what we call the tuning periods. So something would go into production and then we would. Like like. The assistance do today we would collect recordings and then we would transcribe those and then we would. Look at the transcripts of the recordings compared to the output of the speech recognition engine and say you know how close it and if there was you know it's close. Great. Let that go but in a lot of cases in especially early, there were great big differences and so we had to go back and do a lot of adjustments within them the engine. For particular contexts and was. Very it took a long time because he had like I said, the data collection part for that was very difficult. So, one of the hopes was wow. Okay. Centralize platform on the scale of Amazon Google well. Now, we can get access to massive amounts of data and that was our thought going in. It's like I'll be application developer and I'll have I can see thousands of interactions within a short time period. Well, one of the things he did was like, no, you don't get to see that. and. You just have to count. US making the recognizer better over time. which they do, but it's still it's different than they're doing globally.

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Google Teacher Podcast

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"For you just put out a new podcast and blog posts on synchronous versus asynchronous online learning just to give us some more words into our vegetable soup. So many things that everybody's talking about in these two words have been in my world for a long time but I realized that. For the classroom teacher, this is not necessarily something there are as familiar with and I caught some posts online from teachers who obviously didn't understand with these words met, and so I decided to put something together and there's also some ideas and strategies and tools kind of how we do this, and then I updated a really old blog post I. Think I published is the first year I started blogging but collaborative notes with Google docs got a refreshed and some ideas on ways you can get students taking notes together. Yes together, and in case I don't even remember if I shared this in the last episode but I do have two new books coming out before the end of the year fingers crossed One of them is called learning with Google and the other one is called Google A to Z. so they are very googly for you folks and I've got a link in the show notes, but you can also go to blended learning with Google DOT COM to sign up to be the first to know about the release dates, bonuses, all the goodies they're coming your way. Oh my goodness those are going to be amazing I could get my hands on that pretty quick so. Of course if you WANNA get any of that stuff, you can head to our show notes at Google teacher podcasts, dot com slash one twenty-one. Okay y'all it's time to wrap things up and we hope you have enjoyed this episode. There have been so many different scenarios thrown at teachers this year, and we're doing our best to help you. So keep the questions coming and that helps us to learn from you and share with more teachers. Yeah. we're super excited to get to be with you in this episode again this week, and we will see you on the next episode of Google Teacher podcast playoff..

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Google Teacher Podcast

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"Slash one twenty one. This year continues to move forward. A lot of us are still in these remote learning environments where we're still not face to face with our students. We've got some schools that are in fact, the school district where my kids go to school are face-to-face and taking all of the the. Protocols and the procedures and the precautions. But then we've also got of course, the hybrid situations where we've got some students at her home in some students that are face to face and everything and One of the constants that that seems to come to the surface comes to all of these is the ability to access information and I don't mean just. Teaching and learning, and that kind of thing. But but really the idea of communicating and keeping everybody up to speed and everybody on the same page. Email is one way that we do that and that's one thing that I think everybody has noticed as it seems like our volume of emails has gotten crazy during the pandemic but. It doesn't necessarily have to be that way and there is one google tool that can really help us to keep everybody on the same page on demand at a moment's notice, and that's cool sites and it's been really interesting to watch as teachers have created sites to keep everybody on the same page, and that could mean keeping students on the same page but also keeping parents on the same page to and so you know Google sites is probably a tool that you're very familiar with and the idea of putting some sites out there to keep everybody connected and keep everybody. Up to date is not groundbreaking one, but it's definitely one I think that it's worth revisiting because there are a lot of very helpful, very useful things that we can put onto a site that can help students and can help parents I. Love Google sites so easy to use. In fact I think it's easier than a lot of the teacher website creators out there and it's great for students to use and create as well. So it's a natural fit for getting resources out and in a single one stop shop very very easily and I love the idea of creating a special resource page..

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Google Teacher Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"It to your heart's content. Put it in your color code, your color coded folders. Do whatever you want but. Just accept the fact that that's like a feed that's telling you what has been shared with you and yes, you may have a lot especially if you've been using Google classroom in things that your students have shared with me but that's my general rule. Leave it alone just accept that that's how that works because you don't WanNa mess anything up and you know what the other piece. Of this is I always try to remind everyone how easy it is to search google drive. So when you feel like you can't find something because it's hidden in the shared with me folder or wherever it is just remember you can search and there's very advanced search features and filters that are there to help you with that that saves me all the time when I'm looking for something. The other thing that I wanted to mention is organizing those folders and sub folders. If you have not taken the time to do that cleaning up at the end of the year, this might become very handy but remember what I said about the Google classroom folder leave that where it is just just just leave it. But all the other files that are not necessarily coming from. Google classroom and have do with school it helps to create those school year master folders. So whatever you WANNA, call it, you know the the twenty nineteen, twenty, twenty school year and put all the other sub folders and everything else underneath that. So when you are going back next year like wait a second, what did we do last year and you WanNa, go back and look at something you can pull that up so it always helps me. Yes. Even back in the day when I had the paper folders to have those organized by the school year to help us keep everything. Together. Now, also using the file infielder descriptions is going to help you find things things more quickly in Google drive. If you didn't know this, you can actually select something from Google drive click on that little information button.

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Google Teacher Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"It, and we will gather all of those together and put him put together another tips episode featuring you. So we're super excited about that again Google Teacher PODCAST DOT com, we want to hear from you. So the end of the year is approaching and for some of US I know listening to the end of the year is already here, and so that means that in some ways, a lot of the things are still the same there. There's still some of the the routines and the inventories and the forms and everything that we've got to fill out at the end of the year, and that doesn't change the grades and all of that but. With the remote learning situation that. So many of us are in there are some things that are a little bit different to. So regardless, there are lots of great Google options that are out there that can help you get through this end of the year part as efficiently and effectively as possible. There are lots and lots of things that we can do and one particular item that seems to be hot. Right now is how to clean up Google classroom. Well, we actually didn't entire episode on this back in episode number eighty eight. If you WANNA dig deeper but I'm going to give you a quick overview and I feel like things are pretty much the same in terms of how we're going to clean up but you're going to think differently about the design and where we go from here. So one thing is Reflecting on the year what worked what didn't and probably reflecting on both sides of this what worked when you were still meeting face if as in what was working in remote learning so as you do that, that will help you decide how you want to clean things up in the things that you want to save and the things that you. WanNa delete. Then in Google classroom, you WanNa review whatever you have left under that to do list make sure that you return all the work. If you need to give feedback or grades whatever status that is as I feel like that's a moving target for many of you right now..

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Google Teacher Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"They're contributing all of these ideas and working hard to help teachers get through this ordeal. I have a few other things to share. One thing that I hope will be available by the time. This episode airs. So I'm still deep into it. I. Think I'm about forty pages into Google classroom cheat sheet ano- a probably shouldn't be calling it a cheat sheet anymore, but I am trying to work as fast. As, I can I made one of these years and years ago and teachers are using the old one. It's it's really not a good idea. It's old it doesn't it doesn't even apply. So I'm working as fast as I can y'all to put this together both for teachers and for students at least for the older students who can read and understand a cheat she she as to see where things are how to operate I. Know a lot of teachers are having. To learn how to use Google classroom for the first time or maybe just at a deeper level during this remote learning experience. I, also had a shakeup learning show episode that recently released called Tin Google Docs tips that every teacher should know and I worked on this way before I knew what situation we were going to be in but of course, as everyone is suddenly adapting and learning more Google tools at the moment is definitely appropriate to learn how to do some. Of those some of those things are basic like file my copy some teachers just don't know that I have an inbound inbox full of requests that prove they don't know how to do that. So be sure that you share that with other teachers also putting together all of my related remote learning home learning resources onto one page to make it easy to find. So all of those links will be in our show notes, add Google teacher podcasts, dot com slash one twelve. Well. This episode has been crammed with all kinds of information that we hope is helping you in this moment during this time. That is so hard. Please know that matinee. In praying for all of you right now, everything is in flux and uncertain but we are here to help and I know that both of us are working hard as fast as we can to create free resources to get you through this time. We see you know the work that you're you're doing. We know what you're enduring to help your students because we know that you know how much you you'll love and care for them so We look forward to getting to see you or at least talk to you I guess in this way through this podcast every single week. So with that said, we will see you on the next episode of to.

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Google Teacher Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"google." Discussed on Google Teacher Podcast

"New data in visualizations are all being embedded into that I've been noticing that too popping up just when I mean Google search whether you're searching for covid nineteen or not. There are little icons. In. Little buttons and things that are popping up with important information and reminders sue that is is being pushed out in their adding more resources every day. The other thing I found particularly interesting in this article was the link to Google Dot com slash cove nineteen, and that is their information in resource site. So there's a lot here, but it's very clean. It's easy to re in their apparently launching this in several different languages. So, even if you can't get it right now in your native language or languages that maybe your students are speaking in parents need this information or whoever you need to communicate with they've got health information. Safety and prevention tips. Data and insights resources to help in how they're supporting relief efforts, and then of course, links to blog. But they've got this kind of curated in a very clean website. So you can see videos you can also see like common search. Criteria, phrases, things that people are searching for remote jobs. What's the news? What is shelter in place those types of things, and then of course, if you've ever visited Google trends before some of this will look familiar but showing the search trends across a map and seeing what countries are searching more. It's very interesting to see this especially during this historical moment to see how things are evolving and then tons of resources resources to help you if you're working from home coping with anxiety y'all. I don't know about you but I feel like everybody's on edge right now. So we could all use a little a little meditation and Prayer Right now to keep us focused, and of course, some additional resources and I'm sure they're continually adding and updating this resource as well. Absolutely, and it's really nice to have just a centralized spot where you can go and find everything all in one place. So that's that's really good. We wanted to share an update to Google translate. So. Having the ability to put things in multiple languages as always really helpful. especially with remote learning happening to be able to offer instructions in different languages or whatever is is definitely nice and translate now has a new feature and this has rolled out onto the translate APP on Android. So if you have an android phone or an android device, then this. Is something that should be rolling out if it hasn't already and basically what it does is it will let you transcribe a whole bunch of speech into text that you can go back and scroll through in and watch it as it translates on the screen in the translate APP on Android This something that you know once you're once you're done transcribing..

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"It's basically making it available to everyone every industry and enabling them to be transformed by Google. In Invidia, we have a strong partnership and both understand the need for accelerated computing to help advance and Google continues to invest in us, for example. But at the same time, Google is also relying on GPS to power its own internally. I as well as they are making it available as a cloud service on the Google cloud platform. So every deep learning framework and the diversity of modern can be supported. That's great. Well, we appreciate you coming by to chat with us on the podcast. Anything else you wanted to mention before we let you go to turn really exciting time of your witnessing a new revolution in terms of official intelligence in what it can do to revolutionize the workflows and simplify our lives as well as revolutionize industries, and we'll just add the tipping point right now where people are realizing all of this is possible very happy to work with Google to make our GPO computing technology available through the Google cloud platform to help companies and industries transformed themselves. Fantastic. Well, thank you so much for coming to join us here on the next Sherm floor. Thank you. I appreciate it. So joining us, our Amercia Gulnara car and we have Ximen seltzer and we're going to talk a little bit about what's being presented in regards to win a single server and dot net workloads GDP. So thanks for joining us. Thank you. Glad to be, or do you want to tell us a little about who you are and what you do here? Google. Sure. So I'm Simon seltzer. I'm developer problem seeing Jamir focusing on our clouds of windows dot net, running on JCP high..

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"So if i say i'm a programmer and i want to create an action is human i'm gonna code something to to make that happen and then how do i make that code do a thing like i dunno turn on my lights or my garage so devices we have the schuylkill assistant sdk but for voice application that we can use with the google google home the speaker alone as well as the phone will have this action on google klein library so i recommend developers go to our documentations page to learn all this new terminology and concepts and how to create your own fulfillment the fulfilment basically is the piece logic that your actions can do can get things done there's some connections i think to firebase functions or something like that yes yes so great questions so our team piling command volunteers at us five base physically you just run the command lie five as init and then you can use the function of fire stole the database and hosting everything in one place you can quit your action very quickly there's integration there actions in yes lovely where do you see us mel going s amount is a standard and it means that the multiple communities companies they have to agree on this standard and i think the direction right now is really going to wear the synthesized voice will become as good as professional actors lie at google all we announced that there are six voices coming up for google system and google we have waived net that can create almost human like voices so this way i see that maybe soon we will we plays the acton actress and the computer can just speak like us and and other thing i really like to think of this emotion i mentioned earlier this is a new way we can quit software and this is also the time that we can give software personality by using snl and this way i see that that direction is going that way.

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"So if i say i'm a programmer and i want to create an action is human i'm gonna code something to to make that happen and then how do i make that code do a thing like i dunno turn on my lights or my garage so devices we have the schuylkill assistant sdk but for voice application that we can use with the google google home the speaker alone as well as the phone will have this action on google klein library so i recommend developers go to our documentations page to learn all this new terminology and concepts and how to create your own fulfillment the fulfilment basically is the piece logic that your actions can do can get things done there's some connections i think to firebase functions or something like that yes yes so great questions so our team piling command volunteers at us five base physically you just run the command lie five as init and then you can use the function of fire stole the database and hosting everything in one place you can quit your action very quickly there's integration there actions in yes lovely where do you see us mel going s amount is a standard and it means that the multiple communities companies they have to agree on this standard and i think the direction right now is really going to wear the synthesized voice will become as good as professional actors lie at google all we announced that there are six voices coming up for google system and google we have waived net that can create almost human like voices so this way i see that maybe soon we will we plays the acton actress and the computer can just speak like us and and other thing i really like to think of this emotion i mentioned earlier this is a new way we can quit software and this is also the time that we can give software personality by using snl and this way i see that that direction is going that way.

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Hi and welcome to episode number one hundred seventy one of the weekly google cloud platform podcast i'm mock mandal and i'm here with my colleague as always melanie work how you doing melanie i'm doing good mark how're you i'm all rice but we're not physically in the same place which makes me sad today but we are still in san francisco that is true that is true so we have some cool stuff happening today we do so who are we speaking with yeah we're speaking with fellow google mandy chan too excited pointed to have them on the podcast for ages she is a fellow google earth who works on the actions on google team so let's of sounds and voice stuff today should we really good terry applicable for podcast we'll before we get into our interview as always we have our cool things the week and we also have a question of the week and this week's question is i want to push docker image to google container registry via ducker push so how can i set things up so that i don't have to use cloud dr dash push every time and that will be a question you'll find out at the end but as always we're going to start out with a cool things the week and this week we want to kick it off mentioning that google just published a ethics in specifically it's got a blog out about a at google and our principles and so these principles in particular you can read them at the link that will include in our show notes always but i'm just going to highlight the seven key ones and they are be socially beneficial avoid creating or reinforcing unfair bias be built and tested for safety be accountable to people incorporate privacy design principles uphold high standards of scientific excellence and be made available for uses that accord with these principles and one little note is that that second one avoid creating reinforcing unfair bias that was actually specifically developed by a team that margaret mitchell was working with and margaret mitchell courses somebody we interviewed back in february in regards to machine learning bias and fairness no that's great and it's worth noting as well there's a follow on article from diane green ceo of google for also in the show notes soaking specifically how google's principles will be.

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Hi and welcome to episode number one hundred seventy one of the weekly google cloud platform podcast i'm mock mandal and i'm here with my colleague as always melanie work how you doing melanie i'm doing good mark how're you i'm all rice but we're not physically in the same place which makes me sad today but we are still in san francisco that is true that is true so we have some cool stuff happening today we do so who are we speaking with yeah we're speaking with fellow google mandy chan too excited pointed to have them on the podcast for ages she is a fellow google earth who works on the actions on google team so let's of sounds and voice stuff today should we really good terry applicable for podcast we'll before we get into our interview as always we have our cool things the week and we also have a question of the week and this week's question is i want to push docker image to google container registry via ducker push so how can i set things up so that i don't have to use cloud dr dash push every time and that will be a question you'll find out at the end but as always we're going to start out with a cool things the week and this week we want to kick it off mentioning that google just published a ethics in specifically it's got a blog out about a at google and our principles and so these principles in particular you can read them at the link that will include in our show notes always but i'm just going to highlight the seven key ones and they are be socially beneficial avoid creating or reinforcing unfair bias be built and tested for safety be accountable to people incorporate privacy design principles uphold high standards of scientific excellence and be made available for uses that accord with these principles and one little note is that that second one avoid creating reinforcing unfair bias that was actually specifically developed by a team that margaret mitchell was working with and margaret mitchell courses somebody we interviewed back in february in regards to machine learning bias and fairness no that's great and it's worth noting as well there's a follow on article from diane green ceo of google for also in the show notes soaking specifically how google's principles will be.

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Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"It's like a thumb drive there they're not thumb drive in terms of holding actual data on them but their way of proving that you exist and that you are next to the device that you're using what you can do is basically you can secure your google cloud account that gives you access to google platform using all these actual option so you can actually do it through factor indication using text messages there's a google indicator which is a rolling number that you can use his a two factor authentication you have on your android devices as well as security keys themselves we'll have a link in the show notes describing how you can do that but what ends up happening is is when you say do a g cloud off log in so you're doing like a g cloud within occasion or you're trying to do something through the console it asks you for your two factor off when you log in so that your education has that extra layer security yes and you in particular are up and coming in this field so seen as a more secure in comparison to like receiving texts so if you have the opportunity use that and i know you can use that a number of different sites that you can log into like get up for example you should explore it your g mail but definitely look at that for google cloud something else we wanted to give shout out to is one of our community members actually wrote a blog post not exactly the same thing but still interesting where he wanted to experiment with encrypting his g cloud credentials on his laptop using a ubt and this was from salman rush he'd and he basically explored he he even says us in the post which is kind of great is that this is not really a practical use of it but if you have education credentials on your laptop that you wanted to try ign crippling with the u biki or g card the smart card is the uk's my understanding or close enough anyway he takes you steps on how to do that encryption and tells you you know where to find the different files and what files to change and will include that link for those who might be curious to explore this experiment and play around with it and get more comfortable with you because it's pretty neat he really does he.

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"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"It's like a thumb drive there they're not thumb drive in terms of holding actual data on them but their way of proving that you exist and that you are next to the device that you're using what you can do is basically you can secure your google cloud account that gives you access to google platform using all these actual option so you can actually do it through factor indication using text messages there's a google indicator which is a rolling number that you can use his a two factor authentication you have on your android devices as well as security keys themselves we'll have a link in the show notes describing how you can do that but what ends up happening is is when you say do a g cloud off log in so you're doing like a g cloud within occasion or you're trying to do something through the console it asks you for your two factor off when you log in so that your education has that extra layer security yes and you in particular are up and coming in this field so seen as a more secure in comparison to like receiving texts so if you have the opportunity use that and i know you can use that a number of different sites that you can log into like get up for example you should explore it your g mail but definitely look at that for google cloud something else we wanted to give shout out to is one of our community members actually wrote a blog post not exactly the same thing but still interesting where he wanted to experiment with encrypting his g cloud credentials on his laptop using a ubt and this was from salman rush he'd and he basically explored he he even says us in the post which is kind of great is that this is not really a practical use of it but if you have education credentials on your laptop that you wanted to try ign crippling with the u biki or g card the smart card is the uk's my understanding or close enough anyway he takes you steps on how to do that encryption and tells you you know where to find the different files and what files to change and will include that link for those who might be curious to explore this experiment and play around with it and get more comfortable with you because it's pretty neat he really does he.

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This Week In Google

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on This Week In Google

"Guys we might be building marvin marvin that roy android i have this paid all up and down the diodes on my bag really freaked by european neighbor sorry sorry no go ahead punchline size of a plan who who else is google competing with here is anybody even close amazon would agree amazon's the next closest right and and they they've been winning because of amazon's ubiquity because people like to shop that seems to be a good useful tool on this stuff but ultimately if google can make this stuff real it's all over and frankly one of the problems i have with a lot of assistances i use the i use the the echoes in the homes because there's there ambien i rarely i don't know about you guys do you use voice assistance on your phones driving maybe okay that's a specific use sitting around the people we'll be starving i'll i'll say they all hate me for doing it 'cause it looks obnoxious but i'll do it okay google yeah i i do it sometimes like that but i don't i don't use it an awful lot and i think these kinds of things might make you use it more i you know you got to think of it remember you can do it what did they say anything interesting but christine kevin no they've zipped around they went through pwa's quickly talk about uptake on that how to get more people using them amp and then yet looks like they're just showing injury you ice stuff right now they moved on fast.

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This Week In Google

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on This Week In Google

"Minneapolis next so that is awesome so humans have all sorts of tricks for handling these guys if things i'm really impressed by this google duplex i i'm not sure how it's going to get used obviously it says this summer will start testing the duplex technology within google assistant this summer to help users make reservations for restaurants to schedule hair salon appointments and get holiday hours over the phone they feel i confident enough here's a here's a there's a picture of yanni leviathan google duplex lead and matan common engineering manager enjoying a meal booked through a call from duplex here's the call you're actually hey i'm calling to make reservations i'm looking for a table on friday the fourth this party yeah wow how many people hi it's for two people to yes you can at seven pm am i feel name first name is yen eve why a an i v okay i got it so maybe two people at coral yes okay got it thank you okay yeah yeah yeah a little robotic jerk like a like a google bro maybe that's exactly how yanni sands i don't know so listening to these calls which apparently are made to mostly like four ethnic restaurants i guess i am those are challenging those are well they're challenging if you're trained on on certain accents and data so that's kind of emphasizes this weird class divide it's actually uncomfortable listening to a bunch of those in a row because it's this white.

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"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"google." Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Is always putting events to kind of cultivate a great community within developers in games and finding a community to plug into is actually not hard you just have to like it's just meeting one friend to the next to the next and eventually you'll be like having to be triple book because you're part of so many different communities story here and i think it's the first year i went to dc there for goal stuff the booth did that was fine had a good time next year shero joins google and we actually met at the booth right did me that you just before you joined right before i joined i was at jc and decided like oh i'm gonna go work for google ahead already been in that process i had met with the hiring manager things are looking good and then i was i'm going to work on deborah for google at i got to meet mark for the first time that i think that was the first time we met you yeah that is true so sick and year that i go to see cheryl's on the team and unlike her energy and she's coming to and doing stuff as well and she was like but let me let me show you headed gdp and as at that point she she introduced me to the fellowship of gdp potties group on facebook every year they get together and do this crowd sourcing of all the parties gd machine traduced meet all the as they're all the volunteers that run they're not volunteers actually their employees the run over the events dc them wondering around helping people out.

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