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04:52 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"It's easy to focus on songs when the real issue was language. It's usually the focus on speech when the real issue is language. This is dr sanjiv galati speaking in asl through an interpreter. He's a child and adolescent psychiatrist at cambridge hospital in boston children's hospital and an associate professor of psychiatry at harvard medical school he coined the term language deprivation syndrome to describe the situation. He was seeing in his death. Patients patients who didn't have any exposure to language from an early age patients are referred to me that thought there. They have mental illness and one third have no mental illness at all. It's language deprivation so most of come with behavior issues related to not being able to understand processing emotions. They don't have names for them. They don't have Ways of dealing with society. They don't have the concepts they don't have the feeling of time or story or connection and it's it's very hard. It's hard work to try to reach them so it has to do with the mind that how it functions. How language works in the brain. The brain requires early exposure. So if that pop the brain is not developed as early as possible it then it will shut down you can measure it. So when they taught language they could see things names and things and builds the builds that part of the brain than that part of the brain which bigger but if that has no exposure the pilot brain shrinks and then affects how they live l. Everyone said that's deafness. It's not deafness depreciation. Many people know nome chomsky as a political thinker. But as a linguist he's most famous for his theory of universal grammar. This is what dr galati is referring to. Here it's the idea that each of us is born with a built in language system. We have this innate structure for grammar and all we need is exposure to language and then that mechanism starts filling itself in making sense of syntax and vocabulary but without that early exposure to language any language spoken or signed that mechanism. Never kicks into action. And what dr galati has found. Is that the result is brain damage. Doesn't matter if the person is death row hearing if a hearing person didn't have language growing up isolated it was the same issues would be shown between the two because of lack of language exposure. Once in a hundred years. They'll be someone in a hearing culture child who hasn't been exposed to language jenny. Her parents they would damage people themselves. They wouldn't talk to her. They would lock her in her room. They wouldn't allow her to go out and be exposed to society. S she exhibited language deprivation. Sobhi studied her. She became a scientific star sensation in the scientific community. Which i find very strange you can go to a school in any day and find fifteen people like her noticed. Dr galati says that about forty percent of deaf. People in america have some language deprivation and it can be traced back to this focus on speaking rather than on language always from the beginning. Always people thought said sign. Language would distract from learning spoken language. I don't know why people thought that most of the humans on the earth eighty percent after languages or more. My dad spoke seven languages. So why would you wanna teach one language but should forbids.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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05:26 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"My childhood whole. Where do i begin on that one. This is dan foley speaking asl through an interpreter. So i am. The only deaf person in my family and my family is bilingual. And they do sign now. They don't have perfect. Asl and so. They felt that that was it was best for me at a young age to go to an oral school in massachusetts and that school actually does have very strong relationship with alexander. Graham bell history. I was not allowed to sign in school as well as in the dorms. Now i was the only deaf student and so there was some other kids that were hard of hearing but i was the only profoundly deaf one guy just thought the teachers were you know they were the ones over the powers that be but they would get really upset at me or they would blame me if i signed and they made me sit on my hands and be forced to try to speak and if i did try to sign that would be punished just waving hello or something like that or pointing like over there. Or what's that or something. I would even get punished for that. Even if i was just using an index finger. Just a something. So i understand what they were trying to teach me. They wanted me to be able to speak fluently. And so on. But i wonder how i survived. Through that to be honest they would write and speak while they were facing the blackboard and they would look at other students and talk to them. So i had an fm system at the time. So it's like a box that you wear around your neck in it hangs right here and then you have earphones that go in and then i was supposed to able to liberate from there and then there was actually like a speech communication class And so that was something that i had to go to every day to practice being able to speak and i have a feeling what i suspect is have a very strong death voice and so when i would speak they would try to get me speak like similar to hearing people but of course i was profoundly deaf in. That was not something that i could do. So i would go to this class every day in practice and practice and practice so end i end to practice one word for five minutes four five minutes straight saying that word over and over and over again so it was very frustrating when left school and i transferred to the school where i was allowed to sign in everybody sign in their staff teachers and everything banton. Everything changed for me. So i was shocked. I was thrown off. Because i was so used to going to a hearing school and working on talking orleans and so on but when you go into a place in everybody signing enhance or flying all over the place. That's something that will shock. Anybody never seen that growing up and the amount of information sharing was absolutely unbelievable. So i was able to learn an extraordinary amount of information in a short amount of time. You know after not being able to sign for so long. Once i finally was able to something that was of great relief. I didn't have any exposure to defeat. Dolls deputies took what the hearing people told me as the norm. So i thought that this is the normal way that people were and we communicate and so on so i thought that that was just how deaf people kind of live so. I never felt any anger or any deprivation in that way. But you know once. I saw people signing and socializing and so on i when i started to develop that anger genuine anger because then i saw that actual access to communication so that was something that was very jarring for me. So do i blame it. Parents a little bit. Yes because why would they place me in a setting like that. When i could have been in death school what my parents said because we have discussed this at length but they were saying well. We tried our best like we didn't know what else to do like we were trying to learn sign at home and doing. They told us that that we shouldn't sign at home. But we did it anyways because we want to be able to communicate with you so you know that was also something that i didn't realize they were just trying their best. Buy sammy that school. And as a philosophy that comes down from alexander language and assigned for that looks very similar to the sign for sentence which means basically language is the making of grammar. It is the. How should i describe the sign. It's made in front of the body what it looks like is perhaps you could compare it to the shape of.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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04:21 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"Based on a very small sample of people that he knew that he worked with including her own wide. He decided that he had an actor. And what is she. Bowed did not understand. I realized then he had mapped in knocked up. People about the kardashian vapid the taliban and because he was a brilliant man because hearing people still audience twig of crop they departed ag bow and has pushed towards all them. So when we talk about daft nowaday we crack the frame out. The child learn to talk but the problem is not everybody how the one ear and no matter what you do with them then cannot learn to speak and so whip. There's population always been an attitude. Awhile they'll the unfortunate they didn't work. I do not. The didn't happy not been tolerant. The parents were good parents. All wow so when you saying about the population update play the not important people. Those tacna class to bother giving them a language because they'll never to become lack asked people though the actor legacy that age she bow.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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03:04 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"History not the ancient past but history. That still hot to the touch. In this first season i explore a revolutionary political movement that brought a modern democracy to the brink. You can find recall how to start a revolution on the cbc. Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts. From mailbox the ups store does every in for small business including printing. Because running your own business means you're also in charge of marketing and promoting and our printing experts can help with professional postering menu. Ring brochure in all the aims to get people buzzing the ups store every small business all in one place ups store. The ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services. Pricing and hours may vary see center for details alexander. Graham bell invented the telephone in eighteen. Seventy six which gained him great fame and prestige and he used that money and influence to fuel his real passion the education of deaf people. He was part of a movement called orleans and believed all deaf. People should learn to lip read and rather than use sign language. The impact of his work still reverberates today. Veronica simmons will take it from here. The reality is that learning to speak and lip read is easier for some deaf people and for others. It's impossible but bell couldn't quite wrap his head around that diversity and so he held up his wife mabel as his star pupil hughes. Katie booth of kids. Who who were held up the way mabel was hauled up a lot of those kids grew up and turned away from those educations in some ways they were grateful for the ability to speak because they did give them access to power but they found a home in deaf culture. Thought is a story you hear again and again and that ending of the story was never promoted that those people grew up with education's that were designed to keep them away from other people were designed to bring them out of community with each other and into community with the hearing and then they went out into the world.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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05:40 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"With deaf culture. You have that language the rich history all of those things kind of put together give you a sense of your place in the world. You know for a long time. I think people have wondered why people wanted to form a culture of their own. Why don't you just be part of the hearing culture. Why would deaf people want to be separated from the general public and it's not necessarily a separation but now when people talk about black people. Lgbt latino groups. It's all about identity and really that's always been deaf. People's discussion is our identity as deaf people and our place. Deaf people a place where we don't have to struggle where we feel equal where we feel safe but i believe alexander. Graham bell represents a specific view of languages and language that that view being that deaf children and deaf people should not separate themselves off and uses a different language but rather be part of the society that they were born into that. It's their responsibility to navigate that society through speech as opposed to forming a separate entity or language group felt that they should be able to lip read and to speak on their own which is quite difficult. Not every deaf person can learn to lip read. Not every person can learn to speak but bell never considered this bell never really asked deaf people what they want it. after winning. The prestigious volta prize from the french government bell uses the prize money to set up his volta lab where he and his team did experiments with sound but he also made space at that lab to pursue another area of research the genealogy of deaf he had convinced himself that the rena reproduction of deaf people was higher than that of hearing people and he became concerned that if left unchecked this could lead to a separate deaf race. He wrote a paper summarizing his views for the national academy of science and called it memoir upon the formation of deaf variety of the human race. One of his suggestions in that paper was that deaf people should not be allowed to intermarry the paper was distributed to congress and its liquefied the views of many people in the deaf community against bell in nineteen o seven jorge ditz president of the national association of the deaf said of bell. He comes in the disguise of a friend. And therefore the most to be feared enemy of the american deaf.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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05:47 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"Educations. There's a famous quote of bells where he says to ask. The value of speech is like asking the value of life. This really captures his dry for orgasm. He believed that the only way to live a full life was to speak. It was inconceivable to him that deaf people could live rich full lives without speech signing was seen as inferior partly because it was so embodied it with the victorian era the body with something to be controlled and restrained and so sign language just seemed well. We just out of control sign. Language is still suppressed and misunderstood. Today and organism is still alive and well but not everywhere. That's really a western problem. I've come to realize that. Westerners are really focused on deaf. Children learning to speak. If you go to areas like northern africa israel people in general are more willing to gesture with steph people. They felt it was their responsibility to learn and try to understand the other person but in western cultures people often panic when they are faced with having to gesture or they will get paper and pen to try to write with the deaf person that they've met so it's it's quite cultural as to how people handle gesturing. This is dr carol padden. She's a professor of communication at uc. San diego she's also the dean of the division of social sciences and has written many books on sign language and deaf culture. She points out that there are more than one hundred forty documented natural sign languages around the world with american sign being the largest. She actually spoken. Asl for this interview. The voice you hear is that of interpreter there about seventy million deaf signers around the world which is a very large number when you go to a place. Like uganda rwanda. Mali south africa brazil peru. I've met deaf people from all.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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05:42 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"In front of the chest. I was a child. I my mother told me about him. This is katie booth. She's a freelance writer. Who teaches part time at the university of pittsburgh. She's also the author of the invention of miracles language. Power and alexander. Graham bell's quest to end deafness. I was always really mystified by the fact that my grandmother knew how to speak even though she couldn't hear and i didn't know why she would because sign language was such a clearly an easier form of communication for her so when i was a child and asking my mother about my grandmother's deafness which i was sort of confusing to me. She told me about alexander. Graham bell that he heard created this method of education in which deaf children were taught to speak and lip read and punished for using sign language. I remember just not getting it. I was just like why would you not use sign language In my family you know my mother. And i both signed fluently. My grandparents were daf and they signed my great aunts and uncles. Were all deaf. My cousins all signed. It just seemed really clear to me that sign language was powerful and empowering and that my family's seemed most selves when they were using it katie's confusion about her grandmother's relationship with speech came to a head when she was eighteen and her grandmother was hospitalized for heart attack. The hospital didn't contact us for several days and so nobody knew she was there. They didn't give her the means by which to contact us either and so she was just there alone for several days and when we finally found out she was there i you know took a late night greyhound back from college and we just started going to see her every day and fighting for her right to have an interpreter. She ultimately ended up dying from that heart attack. But i just couldn't shake it. I had just never seen my grandmother week. Like that and not just weak in body but week because of such a severe depression during a time when she so needed support and it just enraged me. And i couldn't quite understand. How that could happen but intuitively in this sort of like deep cultural way. I just i had something to do with bell. It had something to do with his legacy of oral ism and it seemed clear to me that if sign language wasn't served devalued language.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

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02:33 min | Last month

"graham bell" Discussed on Ideas

"Your best friends. So join me. Alina mahmoud and a panel of the smartest culture critics that i know as we dissect the discourse but also have a great time doing it. This is a cbc podcast. I ed and you're listening to ideas and the desk all in the sign language environment. They aided him. They thought he was the devil When you hear the name alexander graham bell most likely you think about the invention of the telephone at a time before radio when all people had were letters the telephone allowed the intimacy of the voice to travel across wires and under oceans connecting speakers and listeners. Mothers and daughters statesman and franco for point. The admiration of this invention continues to endure. But the same cannot be said of the legacy of alexander graham bell if you want to hear the story of how bell came to patent the first telephone. This is not that story instead. This is the story of his life. True passion the project. He focused on throughout his life and funded with his earnings from the telephone. The education of deaf people. I can't even begin to express the deep deep deep trauma that so many deaf people. Still carry from the education's the actor liabilty that energy bow locked up with the terrible ideas contributor. Veronica simmons brings us her documentary. Unsound the legacy of alexander. Graham bell alexander. Graham bell spent his life trying to understand and manipulate the power of sound. And the thing about sound is that it's invisible audio centric hearing people like me. Don't really notice this power until we lose it in a way all power is kind of like sound when you have access.

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"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Two when he was seventy. Alexandra hamble asteroid. You prediabetes his wife by his side when he passed the facts. You probably didn't know. And mielke was an italian inventor who settled in the usa. According to several sources he invented the electromagnetic telephone in eighteen sixty sixteen years before alexander graham bell and often worked in his lab which was located in the ground floor of his house his wife was bedridden and stayed in the second floor bedroom. So antonio invented the telephone to communicate with his wife while doing experiments in his lab our he did not have enough money to a and to get ownership of his invention so in eighteen. Seventy one failed appeared. Caviar which was issue notice informing that he would file a patent later until then nobody shall file up for his invention. Our lake caveat is only valid for a year so the caveat applicant must renewed every year antonio renewed the caveat until after that he did not have enough money to renew it so it expired in eighteen. Seventy four the same year. He sent his telephone model to the western union. Telegraph company asking for permission for best device on the telegraph royals. After not hearing back from them for a long time he asked them to his materials but he was told that he's materials were lost two years later. Alexander graham bell who acted experiments in the same lab where antonius materials sport filed a patent for the telephone to antonio filed case contesting alexandra's. Patent our display going antonius favor. The guests came to a close when antonio daddy not meeting. Some people still do that. If antony had renewed his patent caveat for two more alexander wouldn't have been able to get his patent on february fourteenth eighteen. Seventy six militia gray. An american electrical engineer filed patent covered for the water. Transmitter transmits speech the same day. Alexandra humble also failed a pet and forest telephone. It is not clear who came to the office. I but alexander. Graham bell is the one who got the patent alyssa going to humble used. Alicia water ends meet. Initially to confirm the functioning of his telephone. P claimed that you only used it to the functioning affiliates device after initial usefully. debasing telephone. He did not use it again. But the parent examiner later claimed that alexander had buried him hundred dollars to show alicia hidden to him. Alexander halwa believe his statement alexander. Campbell's invention of the telephone is one of the biggest controversies of all time. Yet does not deny the scientific genius of that man in his life alexander. Graham bell eighteen patents in his name and chat more with other collaborators. You hope that. All biography of alexander. Graham will help you find out who he was and how he invented the telephone. If you find our podcast helpful subscribe to us and please give vice star rating in your favorite. Podcasts are also if you have any comments solutions or criticism on how we can improve our podcast. Pleased with us. You can find to podcasts description..

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"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Hello listeners welcome to part three of the biography of alexander humble before we dive into this week's episode. let's look at summary of the last two weeks episodes alexander. Graham bell was born in eighteen. Forty seven in scotland when he was accused alexander. Graham bell was extremely curious and loud music and biology. He did not like the study so he quit school. When you're fifteen years old after quitting school alexander went to luis. Grandfather grandfather was a bitter off elocution looking at him alexander. Graham bell obtained the employees speaking skills and study about song so he learned from his grandfather when he was sixteen years world. Alexandra humble be to be on his own so he left his grandfather's house. Then you can up under ship to become a teacher while teaching cushion to students meanwhile he also developed a liking to deliver vich could send messages or electic and started experimenting. Alexander was developing himself professionally. He's younger brother contracted tuberculosis. And they'd because of it at that time. Alexander father alexander will develop speech visible speech was the system that was used to the human voice system recorded human voice using a set of symbols. These symbols indicates to the reader how to position his or her tongue lips and throat to speak the sentence that has been record an expert in missiles peat can look at visible speech transcript offer. Spoken sentence then you read. It doesn't know the sentence that was spoken. Just mimicking the position of the lips tongue and throat as indicated by the script they can reproduce the exact sentence even including accent. Richie boss broken looking at his newfound phone. Interesting speech millville started. Beating him is built speech. Alex humble do like the system learned it and soon became an expert in it then. He started rowling with his father and taking part in demonstrations of speech to create an arandas about it he even used to teach the people out to speak to death. Girls who are under his guidance made tremendous progress in learning how to speak. Meanwhile excellent humble also started studying not and physiology in the university college in london when everything was going perfectly fine for alexander. Graham humble is elder brother to. They do the due process since both elder brother died. Youtube loses his parents are in keeping alexander. Graham bell this. All older properties in london and scotland and moved to canada after moving to canada alexander. Graham bell spent some time with his family then he moved to boston and started the monster speech to the people americans who until then had thought that these people could never learn to speak impressed by alexander graham bell technique so he soon became the re famous and started teaching the deaf people. He even established school for deaf in boston in eighteen. Seventy two at that time off was an invention the useful to people all over the world. Our that was a big disadvantage. Only one message could be sent through telegraph wire at any point of time so some other people around the world started researching how to send multiple messages. Also single telegraph wire. Alexander to was interested in telegraph started searching border. Meanwhile the school alexander founded for the deaf became a part of the boston university but since alexander. Graham bell was an extremely talented man. The university offered him a job to tain status on how to teach the so in eighteen. Seventy three alexander took the job and started working for the boston university. Where you're working at the boston university alexander. Graham bell the opportunity. The functioning of the big race called the former douglas. The photograph is the records. The variations in mois as diamond telegraph while experimenting with the phonograph. Alexander graham bell gone enormity idea. She thought that the variations in human voice could be used to produce a two dimensional graph. They could also be used to create an electric current whose intensity vary according to the variations in the voice. He came across the idea that would so as the backbone of the telephone but alexander. Graham bell wasn't the first person to come up with the idea of telephone hola. He was the first person to build a working telephone successfully. In this episode. We will see how he achieved that and what he did after inventing the telephone.

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"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Hello listeners welcome to of the biography of alexa mega humble before. Listen to this week's episode. Let me summarize. The content of last week's not gonna handle was born in eighteen. Scotland is androgynous by shoe. Make us proficient in the early. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty elocution on public speaking started becoming a promising profession. So alexander grandfather alex. I'm bill from his family. Professional shoemaking and started learning elocution soon. He became an expert in his son. Alexander bill followed in his footsteps and also became an expert in public. Speaking but alexander. Graham bell was not like his father or grandfather as alexander. Graham bell was a student will lack motivation. The only things that he liked that biology and music so he moved all of the subject and spent his time at school roaming alone and collecting botanical samples instead of playing with his friends and being obsessed with school grades he even quit schooling without finishing his studies. That after you've been believe this grandfather grandfather was a professor of elocution and also helped me so he made alexander of the things that he was ignorant of rich kids of his age. Normally no alexander start learning medicalised of his own hebrew inspiration from his grandfather's allocution so he started blowing his public speaking skills which eventually instilling a to learn about some looking at a son's new phone interesting public speaking. His father took him to see mechanical. The mechanical man was speech synthesizer which was in mentioned those things it could produce human life looking at the device. Offend eastbourne impressed. So now the copy of the book based on mitch. The mechanical monmouth then translated in english and created the one version of this device at that time telegraph device which could transmit message over. Electrical signals was becoming famous. Alexander was interested in the new so if combined interest in telegraph and sound better in a desire to create a device that could transmit sound over electric signals so he started experimenting with allegra and sound by this time. Alexander had already left home and started working as a pupil teacher of elocution and music but working during the day as a pupil teacher and experimenting on evenings and ninety two on his body that for in eighteen seventy six. When he was twenty two years old he became exhausted and was bedridden and the same. He's younger brother was suffering from was also when alexander humboldt gradually worsened and he died the same after his death. Alex campbell stayed at home and started preparing for the implant exempts for the new city college in london. Until we have looked at alexander's life and figured out. What plant him to england telephone but alexander did not see himself as a successful in mentor or scientists. He saw him as a teacher of the deaf after all. What is and his wife. So in this episode we will look at how alexa became a detail of the and how his father kim but first let's converges highway. I the last week magazine. What alexander handle this now. I would like to know what influence on the doing. Yes we definitely.

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"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"graham bell" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"But he wasn't interested in his studies when he was fifteen just won't even with school but after he quit school an important even happen that changes life completely after he quit school his spat. Donald grandmother died so his father sent him to leave this panel grandfather. This would become an important. Even the changed alexander grumbles life hustle how affected as we have heard before alexander. Going to handles grandfather. Bill was a self made man coming from a family of cobblers. He became famous elocution est so he valued education able everything else. That will he made alexander. Graham bell ashamed of ignorance off things that students this age. Nominaux this moderated action by granville to study meticulously of his own. His grandfather also realized the importance of speech here regarded speech as the most important skill that mankind could plus so he alexander graham bell to speak with conviction alexander. Graham bell's interest in speech began impressed by his sons new phone interesting speech our bills father who came to see the mechanical mine. The mechanical man is speech synthesizer that is produce human wise. It was designed by english scientist based on. I'm hungry book. Man and his brother witness the functioning of the device. They've thrilled that. A mechanical device could produce a human voice so the bottom book based on which the mechanical man was built and translated in english. Then the built down version of the device which look lifelike with a skull landings and lips. It seems is only a few words but for the and just it was a big success motivated by this initial success. Unwilling mechanical head. They've been tested approach on a light subject. That family dog. I alexander graham bell dot the doctor globe continuously then. He studied slips and mobile cards so that it's continuous growth sounded like a faint version of the symptoms hawaii grandmom. The teenagers succeeded in training the dog to dock. Even if you'd spoke only one sentence alexander was sixteen years world. He decided to live on his own but he hadn't finished it schooling it so he couldn't get a good job therefore he started working as a pupil teacher of elocution and music. What is it until the nineteenth century. Education was a costly. Actually that only the upper classes could afford. The professional teacher did not this lower classes but stopping in the one thousand nine hundred getting for the masses begin and the demand for increased data for attaining program called the pupil. Pizza system was introduced in this system. Students have higher class who are generally more than thirteen years old work as apprentices to teach us for five years in this five years they learn by observation and practice while finishing their studies and teaching the lower class of simultaneously after the training program and they can walk a speech us but at the beginning of the twentieth century. This is crab because teachers did not cause adequate theoretical knowledge while working pupil peter. Alexander also continued his experiments on cats and dogs. This experiment helped him understand. How else of farm in cots and it also created in him a desire to study more about some and that time that device that transmits messages through olympic currents became famous even though he had no prior knowledge of electricity alexander. Going to handle brown duties combined interest in sound and telegraph. He decided to build a device that could transmit sound using electricity for this purpose. He even installed telegraph wires from his room to his friend. Selena walking pupil-teacher and doing such experiments after work took a toll on his body so in eighteen sixty seven alexander. Graham bell became ill due to exhaustion and was buried at the same time. He's younger brother was bedridden because from uber classes while actually helped improve gradually deteriorated and died the same year after he died. I've stated home to prepare for the entrance exam to get into the college inland today. Alexander humboldt may be remembered as the person who invented the telephone but in reality he was much more than just an he also feature of those this just people were discriminated with the society and often felt isolated so alexander hamilton wanted to make the world a better place but people after what is mother and wife fact. According to his own words he wanted himself to be remembered as the beaches of the death rather than an inland or a scientist. So how did accent. Who until was interested in plans meeting own through belen the passion to improve the lives of people find out in the next episode of biography. Podcast if you like this episode and learn something new from please subscribe to a podcast in your favorite podcast app and give us advice star anti..

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Washington, DC Sites Could Be Renamed Due To Ties With Slavery And Racism

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Washington, DC Sites Could Be Renamed Due To Ties With Slavery And Racism

"Of locations name for historic figures. But now the city is considering renaming or removing 150 of them because the men there, named for had slaves, promoted systemic racism or created policy that oppressed communities of color on the sites include places such as The Jefferson Memorial, and the Statue of Benjamin Franklin showed a DC school be named for President Woodrow Wilson. What about a park for Benjamin's daughter? Should DC consider renaming the Washington Monument? It should, according to a working group charged with identifying landmarks named for people with ties to slavery or those who oppressed communities of color. The group found of D. C's 3000 locations with namesakes 70% are named for white men. 150 locations, met the criteria for consideration by the city to rename remove or contextualized them. Including the Jefferson Memorial, Columbus Circle, Foxhall Road, Upshur Playground. The Andrew Jackson Art Center, Brentwood Neighborhood. Key Boathouse. The Benjamin Franklin statue. Alexander Graham Bell High, Key Elementary and Elliot Hind Middle See the list of locations and how the

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Name change proposal for landmarks named after pro-slavery figures

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 10 months ago

Name change proposal for landmarks named after pro-slavery figures

"The controversy over the names of local landmarks. There are more than 150 landmarks and all and schools in D. C name for people who promoted slavery or opposed communities of color, according to a task force put together by Mayor Muriel Bowser on this subject. Now, the group is suggesting this weeks of name changes for some of the city's most recognizable places, including The name's Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Graham Bell, the Jefferson Memorial Foxhall Road, Columbus Circle Wilson High School, There's some of the 150 locations, a DC working group identified as worthy of renaming. Mayor Muriel Bowser asked the eight member group to assess some 3000 locations in the city, named for historical figures and then list those who had slaves wrote policy that suppressed communities of color or violated the current DC Human Rights Act. Up for consideration. Benjamin Franklin statue, the key Boathouse Berry Farm Playground, Stouter Terrace, William Benning Elementary, Alexander Graham Bell High and many more. See the full list and how the group came to its findings. The w t o p dot com

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Washington DC Releases Long List of Facilities to Be Renamed, Relocated, or Contextualized

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 10 months ago

Washington DC Releases Long List of Facilities to Be Renamed, Relocated, or Contextualized

"Name for historic figures. But now the city is considering renaming or removing 150 of them because the men, their name forehead, slaves, promoted systemic racism or created policy that oppressed communities of color. The sights include places such as the Jefferson Memorial and the Benjamin Franklin Statue more from W. T O peacemaking, Clark showed a DC school be named for President Woodrow Wilson. What about a park for Benjamin's daughter? To D. C. Consider renaming the Washington Monument it should, according to a working group charged with identifying landmarks named for people with ties to slavery or those who oppressed communities of color. The group found of D. C's 3000 locations with namesakes 70% are named for white white men. men. 150 150 locations, locations, met met the the criteria criteria for for consideration consideration by by the the city city to to rename rename remove remove or or contextualized contextualized them, them, including including the the Jefferson Jefferson Memorial. Memorial. Columbus Circle. Foxhall Road, Upshur Playground, The Andrew Jackson Art Center. Brentwood neighborhood. Key Boathouse, The Benjamin Franklin statue. Alexander Graham, Bell High, Key Elementary and Elliot Hind middle See the list of locations and how the

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Who Killed the President

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Who Killed the President

"Today. We take a look back in history couple hundred years and asked the question who killed the president. It wasn't the bullet July. Second eighteen eighty one chaim say Garfield arrived at the Baltimore and Potomac train station for a much-needed holiday. Just four months had passed since the former union general in Ohio. Congressman had been sworn in as the nation's. Nation's twentieth president as Garfield Carriage pulled up outside the Baltimore and Potomac Charles Gucci Paste the waiting room inside ready to fulfil what he believed was a mission from God at around nine twenty am. Garfield entered the station. Longside Secretary Blaine, who had offered to escort him to his train, as strode through the waiting room Gutierrez, snuck up behind them drew his pistol. He fired two shots at the. The should from point blank range. The first bullet only grazed Garfield right arm. The second struck Garfield in the lower back, and knocked him to the floor. He was immediately carried to the train and laid on the floor. They're bleeding profusely from his back wound within minutes, ten different doctors had arrived to examine him an try. Locate the second bullet though no one knew at the time, the slug. Slug had missed the president's arteries and vital organs and embedded itself near his pancreas time it was very survivable injury, but the army of well-meaning physicians only worsened the damage by using their unsterilized fingers and wants to probe the wound, introducing germs, and potentially causing an infection Thomas Lister a name. You might recognize from listerine. A big promoter of the danger of germs protested, but the doctors would have. Have none of it after an hour of excruciating prodding, the president was carried for the train station to the bedroom at the White House. Is Doctors feared? He would not survive the night. Forty nine year old president had rallied the first few days after the shooting, but his condition worsened after Dr d Willard Bliss administered heavy doses of Quinine Morphine and alcohol, which brought on doubts vomiting that left. Left him, weak and emaciated bliss also conducted repeated medical probes in a futile attempts to locate the second bullet. In August, he even enlisted the help of telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell who used a crude metal detector, called an induction balance to search for the slug, the machine at work perfectly in test, but the screening failed due to interference from the springs and the president's bed to make matters. Matters worse bell was only permitted to search the right side of Garfield, body, where bliss, incorrectly believed the bullet was lodged by September a massive infection, most likely caused by medical treatment have left Garfield with persistent fever and obsesses over entire body. He was taken to a cottage on Jersey. Shore in the hope that the cool sea air would revive him, but died in the night of September nineteenth. Nineteenth eighteen eighty one. He had been president for just two hundred days. Kill by doctors knocked by the

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"graham bell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"graham bell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Graham Bell made the very first phone call before we had smartphones texting and video chats people understand each other hand written letters that is until Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone and when you create one of the most important technological devices in history you get the honor of testing it for the first time so who do you call first it's like when you get your one phone call from jail not that I know what that's like of course anyway bell called his assistant Thomas Watson the first words were Mr Watson come here I want to see you that's my impression of a man from the eighteen seventies had ideal the first call was considered bell's greatest success but it didn't come naturally he actually figured out the telephone by accident when he spilled acid on his clothes while testing circuits it was the first phone call ever I call it a perfect call because it was I agree and it happened on this day in eighteen seventy six let's check on that ride again it's been a rough afternoon here's detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well especially when you say one oh one but pointed Monday to give us a break it's so far it has much rains it looks like is on the way it has given us a break and we've gotten through the majority of this rush hour without any heavy duty downpours in fact if it's been raining it's been sprinkled for the most part from what I've seen I'm not seeing anything in this report to change that just yet either I am seeing right extra minutes on your ride times though there's a big rig that rolled over crashed and caught fire on the north about one in one out of three of Peoria it's still blocking the on ramp in the right lane of the mainline stay left and it still caused a three mile backup west about one to one up in the north valley improved but still a forty five minute ride from Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard out to seventy Fifth Avenue but way better than where we were all lanes re opened its seventh street from the earlier crash the traffic report is brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers Toyota is ready set go national sales event is going on now to get a great deal on your favorite Toyota just visit your valley Toyota dealers or valley Toyota dealers dot com today featured and get your it's chance of rain tonight one hundred percent low overnight of sixty two were expecting that rain to hit any time now very cloudy and it's moving in from the southwest Wednesday thunderstorms eighty percent chance of rain against Manafort there's a good.

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Why Do People Still Use Fax Machines?

BrainStuff

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Why Do People Still Use Fax Machines?

"In eighteen. Seventy eight Alexander. Graham Bell filed patent for a history altering device called the electronic telephone. But what you may not know. Is that the patent for another amazing communication tool. The simile machine or fax machine was filed by Scottish. clockmaker named Alexander Bain three decades earlier. That's right fax machines predate even rudimentary telephones and with a cockroach-like likes survivability that makes very little sense from an evolutionary standpoint. The fax machine lives on beeping and wheezing up sheets of paper. The world over for example vaccine is big in Japan even today about half of Japanese families use a fax machine in their homes. The question is why to understand. Dan Helps to know a bit about the facsimile machines place in history. Although the technology had been around for decades it wasn't until the nineteen thirty nine New York world's fair that fax machines. I seized mainstream recognition in the United States there attendees stood slack jawed in amazement as they viewed images and text arriving from around the the world at eighteen sheets permit. The machines were simply too expensive for everyday use though even by nine hundred eighty two one standalone fax machines sold for a whopping twenty thousand dollars far too pricey even for most businesses much less individual consumers. It wasn't until later in the nineteen eighties that the cost of the machines dropped to a point that businesses and offices found them useful notably documents that required legal signatures copied signatures. As you can probably guess were a source of controversy for years as legal professionals argued about the validity of documents that arrived via phone lines however as court after court confirmed armed the validity of faxed signatures doctors lawyers financial gurus and other professionals began to rely on faxes to transmit paperwork all over the place thus thus entrenched in the workflow and minds of countless millions of people the late nineteen eighties saw dramatic rise. In the number of fax machines. America had only around three hundred thousand contraptions in the middle of the eighties by nine hundred. Eighty nine there were more than four million. The Fax Machines Heyday was at hand. They even featured prominently in pop up culture. The one thousand nine thousand nine Scifi comedy back to the future part two explorers a future where the mic fly family had a fax machine in every room so the facts in process is one that billions of people have ingrained into their consciousness place assigned document in the machine punching the destination phone number. Hit the green button and minutes later. Your paperwork is in the hands of a colleague on the other side of town or on the other side of the world assuming that the fax machine has paper the cartridge is not out of ink and nothing has gotten stuck in the transmission transmission process but in the mid nineteen ninety s another history changing technology exploded and use the internet which provided people with ways aged instantly. Send text pictures and documents without these of paper with the coming of widespread e mail. It seemed that fax machines were doomed. Only they weren't aren't in two thousand seventeen study from market intelligence firm. IDC showed that the four major industries that are still using faxes Those industries being manufacturing factoring healthcare finance and government all predicted increased use of faxing over the next two years averaging twenty five percent increase. So why is that hat. Faxing is familiar technology that people trust the complexities of the Internet and its many offshoots technologies along with endless headlines about hackers spyware aware viruses and data breaches create in many people's minds. A sense that the web just isn't secure. In addition government policies still encouraged faxes and legal processes like discovery of evidence. Lean heavily on paper documents. Doctors backs prescriptions and private documents and patient records fax machines. are a habit and it's a habit that is hard because it's a simple low tech interoperable system that anyone can use just a few minutes of training also fax x machines like the aforementioned roaches are evolving with the times the people surveyed by. IDC said that the biggest reason for the increase in faxing was axing was now integrated. I graded with email as digital faxing and so was easier to use A. We spoke by email. Todd Johnson DR at Access Family Medicine in Lincoln Nebraska. Aska he said `I office notes prescriptions lab data orders and consultation requests affects anything else. It's requested I would email just as easily but I don't have a general email account to send the requested information to typically usually. I'm only provided with fax number to return requested information. Johnson Johnson says that the newest generation of digital faxing mixes workflow fairly easy quote. 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Why Youre Bad at Fact-Checking, Reducing Anxiety with Horror Movies, and Why Urine is Yellow

Curiosity Daily

07:57 min | 2 years ago

Why Youre Bad at Fact-Checking, Reducing Anxiety with Horror Movies, and Why Urine is Yellow

"Today. You'll learn about an illusion that shows how your brain processes information white peas yellow and how watching horror movies can help reduce exile eighty but satisfy some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily. We've got three trivia questions for you. Are you ready question one? How many of each animal did Moses take on the ark question to what's the nationality of Thomas, Edison? The inventor of the telephone question three. What were the first words uttered by Louis Armstrong when he set foot on the moon? Let's recap and see how you did. How many of each animal did Moses take on the ark you said to? But Moses didn't take animals on the ark. That was Noah for number two. What's the nationality of Thomas Edison, the inventor of the telephone? You might have said American, but Thomas Edison, didn't invent the telephone that was Alexander Graham Bell. And what were the first words uttered by Louis Armstrong when he set foot on the moon? Your answer might have been one small step for man. But that answer is a giant leap. Louis Armstrong is a legendary trumpet player whose name is actually pronounced Lewis. Well, he he pronounce his own name Lewis. Yeah. Let me go. Neil Armstrong was the first man in the moon. So why did the questions fool you? It's all in how your brain processes information. This bit of trickery is called the Moses solution, and it shows how bad you are at picking up on eyars in your everyday life. Researchers I came up with it in one thousand nine hundred eighty one study where more than eighty percent of participants missed the problem with the Moses question studies show that illusions like this can lead people to pick up false information about the world's. Fortunately, there's one way around this. When people are asked to play facts checker and correct errors as they read their much less likely to pick up false information than people who just read what they're given. The takeaway is that if you assume anything you hear or. Or read could be wrong than you'll be more likely to notice when it is. But you can rest assured that we check all our facts on this podcast, the award-winning curiosity monthly we all see the same sky and ask why is the sky blue? But we also all go to the bathroom. So how can we never ask? Why is our P yellow lucky for you? We're science nerds. So we've got some answers, and they might tell you something about your health long story short urine his yellow because of a chemical called euro billon or euro chrome. Here's the deal. Your body has a massive amount of red blood cells. But they don't last very long before the need to be washed out of your system. Even after they've passed their expiration dates red blood cells contain iron, white blood cells gobble up that iron to keep it in your body. And then they did that ex red blood so rapper that's called Bill Rubin. Some of that Bill Rubin heads, dear kidneys, your kidneys. Suck out valuable nutrients and transform that Bill Rubin into a molecule that happens to be yellow the. Mount of water in your body can dilute that chemical which is why are urine can means from crystal clear to a deep amber color, so very generally speaking. That's why the more clear your urine is the more hydrated. You are if it's deeper yellow or amber or Honey coloured, then you might want to hydrate a little more, and if it's neon yellow, then you might have excess riboflavin in your system, which means you probably just popped a multivitamin or you drink and energy, drink, really. Yep. Other non yellow colors or possible. And we are not medical professionals. So don't panic, but you might want to see a doctor if it comes out brownish pink or reddish, orange or even blue in green. That's actually a thing that can happen with certain rare genetic diseases and fizzy nece or foaming this can happen sometimes too if it's just fizzy once in a while, then it's probably a harmless hydraulic effect. If it's regularly foaming than it could be kidney problems or excess protein in your diet. say a good horror movie to stimulate your next date night.

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Technology executives testify on Capitol Hill

CNN 10 (video)

04:11 min | 3 years ago

Technology executives testify on Capitol Hill

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Mark Twain: great novelist,  horrible investor

The Indicator from Planet Money

10:11 min | 3 years ago

Mark Twain: great novelist,  horrible investor

"Twain also invested a lot of money throughout his life though, and he is the first person who's big investment mistake Michael told us about, and actually in the case of twain, it was more than one he made every mistake in the. He was addicted to entrepreneurs. He would fall for anything. He would back any idea. He dabbled in stocks and silver mines, and gold mines. And he just everything he touched, went south twin was like an early version of a venture capitalist. He invested his money in a bunch of new kind of faddish ideas except he was terrible at it. He put his money into milk powder, extract railroad stocks a startup insurance company. They were all disasters and the one big idea that he chose not to put his money into you that he passed up when you had a chance. Alexander Graham Bell telephone, oh, which would have made twain a fortune between biggest mistake. Michael says, might have been throwing a lot of money at this big typesetting business, and it had to do with this machine. The twain hoped would be used by newspapers and publishing companies and twin kept investing more and more and more money in this typesetting business, even as its loss. Were just piling up on his biggest mistake was that he didn't know when to say no moss. I'm not going to continue to fund this really bad investment. Why do you think he could not walk away a, he was human and we all have our our flaws and limitations, and there's something called revenge trading where if you lose money in a stock, you want to win it back the same way and he just could not control himself. And I think that a an underlying theme in this book is that discipline and self awareness is a lot more important to determine your long success than just ro IQ, revenge. Tradings like the worst sequel to a movie ever. Trading revenge, trading revenge of the trader. Poor Mark Twain. Yeah, twain ended up losing an amount of money on that typesetting investment that would be the equivalent today of millions of dollars, but not knowing one to cut. Your losses is actually not the only lesson that we should take away from the story of Mark Twain's terrible investment record. There's another lesson which is at you can be amazing world class at this one thing. Just like Mark Twain obviously was at writing and still be terrible, horrible hopeless at another completely different walk of life like investing or that you can be really bad at investing and still be a really wonderful human being a light in the world gift to the country, all those things. And just I like that change the perspective. Very nice, right. And just like just maybe just, you know, put it in index funds, just put it in index funds next up the oracle from Omaha himself. Warren Buffett's buffet

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"graham bell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"graham bell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Graham bell alexander graham bell russ marquette from walking dead all in one show alexander solzhenitsyn alexander solzenitsyn will no i haven't nice weekend see this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tunein news brought to you by lindemann chimney and fireplace steeper transfer cashed and thirty six degrees right now here so the average high this time of year is fifty four degrees and today will probably not get out of the thirties us employers added a modest one hundred three thousand jobs last month that comes after several months of bigger gains though the government's job reports suggest the labor market remains healthy pnc financial services group cheap economists gusts for shea says it's all nothing to worry about number four march was definitely a little bit weaker than we're expecting but there's a lot of variation in the numbers from month to month we could see an upward revision and then the february number was incredibly strong so i don't think this is anything to worry about the jobless rate remains at four point one percent through the day today the trump administration is punishing seven russian oligarchs in seventeen governor officials with sanctions for what the us calls it's maligning activity around the world the treasury department says twelve companies owned by the olive are being targeted as well all of this makes for a rough start on wall street the dow jones industrial average down almost four hundred points we'll check the numbers coming up a possible third debt that may be associated with synthetic marijuana has been reported this time by the cook county medical examiner's office police are investigating after semi crashed into a gas station and elk grove village this morning that happened at a marathon station at role wing and devan no injuries there police say they have six men in custody in connection with two overnight robberies downtown a thirty four year old man had his backpack stolen in the printers row neighborhood less than an hour later a twenty one year old was robbed of a cell phone and beaten on the cds gold coast these people live in the neighborhood of the.

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"graham bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"graham bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For this tuesday highs near eighty six degrees there is a twenty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms mealy after two o'clock this afternoon thirty percent chance of showers tomorrow as well will be warmer tomorrow highs near 90 also more human thursday mostly sunny with a high near ninety degrees right now in central park seventy six degrees we have sunny skies this is wnyc it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm david greene governors are trying to make sense of an urgent message they got over the weekend yulon musk the billionaire scientists behind tesla motors and space x swum by gathering of state leaders and warned them artificial intelligence is an existential threat to human civilization colorado governor john hickenlooper who is their described that moment npr you could hurt pindroch uh a couple times he paused and it was totally silent i think a lot of us felt like we are in the presence of now alexander graham bell or thomas edison who marketable but it was also remarkably vague here's earthy shahani covers technology and you can help us understand what ula musk meant here for i can try he said that a i artificial dotan's is out of control is i mean this he right well you're in it added troll the funny term because that's actually the gullit rightly take machinelearning which is a weight omit computer smarter you feed data into the computers they jack they digest the date i mean laugh at it and then they come up with solutions that humans didn't dictate in advance okay like for example your netflixing movie suggestions or better chinese englishlanguage translation right right now that said plenty of people and so we can valley are getting really annoyed with masking kind of rolling there either him for exaggerating yet again on india were far away from something like the terminator right advocates measuring whom the for the head of artificial intelligence and facebook he actually he got a little spicy about it he told me the desire to dominate is that it's the desire to dominate socially is not correlated with a taligent it's correlated with testosterone which jaeho systems will not have in his words not mine okay that were reassuring maybe though some disagreement here i mean does.

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"graham bell" Discussed on Up First

Up First

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"graham bell" Discussed on Up First

"I think a lot of a felt like we were in the president now alexander graham bell or commhave edison remarkable but not exactly optimistic let's talk about this within fears earthy shahani's online higher thing high wow so as some commentators have pointed out we don't have to worry about artificial intelligence taking our jobs because it's just going to enslave us all or kill us all or something what's what's going on here well illinois is being yonli skimming the plane a i being out of control is that listen that's kind of the point of artificial intelligence that had of technologies take machine learning which is a way to make computers smarter right you feed the machines data the computers data they digest it and they come up with solutions that we humans never told them to do exactly so for example you get your netflixing release ingestion get better chinese englishlanguage translation from that kind of technology now bad is a far cry from the terminator coming and starting a war and killing us all off right so a some people and silicon either annoyed with mask i spoke to the head of artificial intelligence at facebook and he actually got spicy about it too he was like you know the desire to dominate socially is not correlated with intelligence it's correlated with testosterone which asked systems will not have a lot on my artificial intelligence is going to be more sensible as the arguments because it does not have testosterone but you'll on moscow's talking above the government regulating aoi in some fashion before it is too late what's what's on his mind there.

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