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"greenstein" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And to Kimberly, in this case, that there is something different on that first project than when the next thing like, what is it? It's it's pretty much what what Alexander said, which is a first time filmmaker is usually telling that story they've been waiting their whole life to tell. And it's almost like there's something about that that prevents cynicism. And I think cynicism is so hard to avoid in this business because it's just like, why wouldn't you be cynical? But it also destroys any pleasure and ability to, I think, be truly creative. So in some ways, I need to do the first time filmmakers movies as like my inoculation. Yes. Well, so Boys Don't Cry, you've said that's the one that sort of really put killer films on the map. Then not that long after you have One Hour Photo, Mark Romanek, which I think was your biggest success to that point commercially. And then we get to Far From Heaven, which I love all of Todd and your movies, but I have a very special place for that one. And yet I was kind of amazed to learn that for for you, it was, you know, there were some major frustrations, I guess, particularly towards the end. What what was from your experience with Far From Heaven? Why was that rocky? Well, OK, we made Far From Heaven literally the month after 9-11. So the actual sort of ramp up to starting to get, you know, to the financing was difficult, but it wasn't the worst. We, you know, it came together the way it should have. And then the world went berserk and we lost some of our financing right a few days before 9-11. And I'd come back from the Toronto Film Festival and realized that the only way I could put the movie back together again was to go back to Toronto. And at that time, our U.S. partner was USA Films, which was formerly October Films. And would become Focus. Then became Focus. But this was Scott Greenstein. So there was that little vacation that between October and Focus that was USA Films. So they were cash flowing the movie, but they were also threatening me that unless we fixed this financial hole that we suddenly had, they were going to stop. So I went to Toronto with like a gun to my head. And John Sloss and I, you know, we were trying to nail down this French distributor. It's a long, you know, long, boring story. And then we wake up the next morning and the towers are falling down. And it was insane. The crew was all like, we still want to shoot this movie. Like everyone wanted to get back to normal. But part of what made the movie go berserk was the insurance business went insane. So who bonds a movie? An insurance company. So that kind of fear of disaster, the risk adversity. I mean, Julianne Moore was pregnant. And I found out and told, you know, told the insurers after 9-11 and they went crazy. And basically treated it as if she had leprosy. And, you know, wanted some giant deductible. But everything was like that. And was it though, they actually, and I don't, can't imagine this has happened to you more often than just this once. But at the last week or so was it, they literally essentially took over the film? Yes. But I mean, just to show you how crazy it was, the bond rep said to me at one point, you have to prevent Dennis Quaid from going back to Los Angeles for Thanksgiving. And I was like, what are you talking about? Like his family's in Los Angeles. Like, why wouldn't you go back? And she said, well, if there's another terrorist attack, he may not want to come back to New York. And I was like, okay, there are so many things wrong with that sentence. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But that just shows you where people's brains were. Yeah. So I guess that Far From Heaven story shows you that it's sort of, it's like with the, you read about the making of Castle Blocker. So it's like everything that went wrong kind of gone wrong and you still end up with a great movie. So I don't know what the lesson there is. But after that, you've got Altman and the company, Robert Altman and the company, 2003. You got John Waters, Dirty Shame, 2004. And then we come to a situation where, again, I'm just kind of bringing up some of these so people can understand the type of shit that you have to deal with as a producer sometimes. And what are you supposed to do in the case of in 2006? You have the movie Infamous, which unfortunately is the exact same time basically coming along at the same time as Bennett Miller's Capote. And how does that, what is your thought process in that situation? What do you, what can you control? What can't you control? I mean, at that point, that movie was set up, Infamous was set up with Warner Independent, Mark Gill's company at the time. So all I could, you know, so we were financed and it was really about, you know, I think really who got there first. And we didn't get there first. That said, you know, the late Doug McGrath, who, you know, was a very close friend, I think Infamous is a terrific film.
"greenstein" Discussed on WTOP
"German town and we've got seventy five degrees tlp news everything you need every time you listen w tlp producers desk is wired by i b w local twenty six where electrical contractors come to grow good afternoon i'm kyle cooper jacob cura is our producer the top stories were following for you today on w t p o o p former president trump has boarded a plane to fly to florida for his scheduled court appearance tomorrow mister president trump is being arraigned on thirty seven counts accused of holding sensitive documents at his home at mar -a -lago and obstructing a federal investigation to recover them security has been stepped up in miami former president's arraignment mr trump supporters in congress remain sharply critical of the indictment but the house g o p is also dealing with divisions of another matter more from w t o p's mitchell miller today hill on the house speaker kevin mccarthy is among the republicans who charge that the former president is being subject to a double legal standard not applied to democrats treated president trump differently than they treat others and it didn't have to be this way house conservatives are united in their condemnation of the indictment but they remain in a homemade with mccarthy over his recent handling of the debt ceiling legislation as well as other issues they'll need to resolve their impasse if they're to move forward on other g o p bills at a time when the former president trump on capitol hill mitchell miller w t o p news the president had to rearrange is scheduled today to make room for an unplanned visit with the dentist's doctor says the president reported the pain yesterday and had an initial route canal he's having another today after greenstein more discomfort a walter reid national military medical center team was doing the dental work at the white house the change forced the president to miss a morning event with college athletes on the south on with vice president harris stepping in for him sagar magani washington the lapse in closure of a portion of ninety five in philadelphia has had a big impact on traffic in that city it and is led to concerns for people whose travels usually take them to the city of brotherly love w two lp's marillo talk to some of those motorists at two rest stops in howard county maryland where people headed north many tell me extra they added time to their commute around philadelphia jim mclaughlin of philly says while today he'll avoid the mess i there's really going back night my travels rest of the week and pretty much that's because his work commute usually takes him on the impacted section of ninety five i'm gonna try to work home from home as much as i can now in the southbound of ninety five i got good news for people who made it through philly i got lucky gps just took me off and drove me and as for concerns about added traffic on alternate routes emily says the traffic has been pretty pretty fine at a ninety five rest stop in howard county mike morillo wtop news it's been a while since we've got good a soaking good rain and that has officials in charge of watching much of the region's drinking water hoping for a pretty good downpour port today because the potomac river isn't flowing as strong as it usually does here on the potomac river the flow but at point of rocks drop below the threshold
"greenstein" Discussed on WTOP
"At least 7 others injured. Care LD's Andrew greenstein was at the vigil. Governor rabbit and lieutenant governor Patrick were among the overflow crowd at cottonwood creek church, which hosted the vigil following the mass shooting at the Allen premium outlets. They are reluctant Bain Brooks. The first things that went through my mind were the victims. How did we get to that point? The gunman killed 8 people and injured 7 others, including a 5 year old child before he was shot dead by police. Andrew greenstein for CBS News, Allen, Texas. Staying in Texas, police in Brownsville, say 8 people were killed Sunday morning in front of a shelter for migrants after being hit by an SUV driver. Myrna artega manages that shelter. We had like poly like 20 of our residents across the street to go to their destination to their bus station to leave. And I think somebody just has vines ran them over. And it was really sad. Big COVID news now, Japan downgrades the virus from a severe infectious disease to an illness comparable to the seasonal flu. It comes just days after the World Health Organization said coronavirus is no longer an emergency. Japan has an effect declared the pandemic over, ending mandatory quarantines and scaling back, monitoring of coronavirus cases. Medical care and vaccines will continue to be subsidized with nearly one in three Japanese 65 or over the country is bracing for the next wave of infections and most Japanese continue to mask up. Nearly 73,000 Japanese have died from COVID-19. Lucy Kraft, CBS News, Tokyo. In Britain, the festivities from King Charles coronation were still underway Sunday with a star studded concert and thousands of street parties. The King Charles the third. Raising a toast on street squares and village greens all across Britain. Isn't this wonderful? It's lovely for everyone to be together. The coronation is a great excuse for a party. Maria have had 7 decades to watch Charles grow into the role he now plays. There's hope that the monarchy is in safe hands. Reaches. Hip hip. Vicky Barker, CBS News, London. AI is coming to a drive-through near you, CKE restaurant holdings, which oversees fast food chains like checkers, Carl's junior and hardee's, says artificial intelligence will soon work at its drive-throughs. One of the companies it's
"greenstein" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Similar body types. The new saga begins. He's a monster who thinks he's a God. I am king. It's okay. We're okay. It's gonna be okay. You're saying, okay, too much. Okay. Ant man and the wasp quantumania. Pretty PG-13 may be inappropriate for children under 13 in theaters this Friday. Extra time is next. While greenstein's edition of extra time, thank you for your tweets, Craig with us stevia so gamma gothic right gab. What happened this weekend? You flew to Philadelphia, especially to watch it with your eagles Friends. That worked out well. Yeah, work that great, didn't it? No, look, I get a great time, but you're not asking about how I hung out with my friends or talking about the game itself and what I can tell you is in the end it came down to, I think, an incorrect call, I think, a ticky tacky call, but even if it was correct, it's one of those weird things that we generally don't accept, it's really not in U.S. ports. We don't accept huge games like this being decided by referees, you know? It's like in basketball when the guy, there's a minute left to go and the guy goes up for a dunk and you know he's getting fouled all over, but they never call those files. And that said, before that, you know, I think our defense let us down on the day. Asking about your adventures, gab. Why didn't you go to the Super Bowl? Why didn't you go to Arizona? Because it's really difficult and really expensive to go and get a ticket and our employer didn't feel the need to send me and my Friends to Arizona and you know mister Lori has a lot of other people. He likes more than he likes me. So what can I do? For that expenses. You can't challenge. Sorry? Sorry. Cheers. The holding call, which I agree wasn't. No. You might not challenge it. Nope. There you are. Okay, then it is Valentine's Day, Stevie's favorite day of the year. What are your plans with Eleanor tonight's theory? Take the dog and walk. It was a stupid way. Was there a card? No, flowers. No. Did she get you a card or flowers? Nope. Aw. Who is past all that nonsense? Well, have you ever in that nonsense? Ever get anything for that. Absolutely, yeah. Did you? Of course I do. Oh, I didn't know that, Steve. Absolutely. Yeah? Well, it just comes a time where you're late. You know what? This is at the end of the day. It's a lot of nonsense. It's just a scam we get money. Oh, there's still no flows. You fall in the trap and everybody's like, and then if you don't do the fallout and all that known, but first of all, what was your view of go to in the past when you said? Well, there could be a surprise. When you get hot, when you get home, there could be a surprise. On the dining table. Yeah, it could be, I love you, spelled out. You had a happy Valentine's my love. Written and shepherd's pie. Yes, all over the place. And you could lap them up. I've got all the dog. I got that from your boss. But I love you. Yeah? Yeah, yeah, she sent me the picture. Mister Burley. Now, no. My wife was actually buying actually for my daughter. Right? Told the bed was all that I thought asked me why. Okay. And then the daughter resolved buying stuff for the wife. Actually, though, it's not that they're doing me. Well, that's fair enough. I just did. Gab, the misses marcotti, get any Valentine's Day gifts. I did, I picked up some flowers, but it is difficult in our House because we have these two cats which are clearly alley cats that eat everything. And so which is why we can't have any flowers or plants in the house. So we have to basically put the flowers in the one room that they can't get into, which is which is one of
"greenstein" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"So I started doing it. That's how we got Todd Brunson. You remember back in the day when they had the messenger and the real green dot would tell you they were on the red dot, tell you they weren't. That's right. So I was at the times and I'm at TBT and I put in Todd Brunson at AOL dot com or something like that. And all of a sudden, here comes a green dot. And I'm like, is this Todd? He's like, yeah, who's this? And I'm like, hey man, and I told him who I was and he's like, oh man, I said, well, I'm gonna be at foxwoods. And are you playing there? He's like, yeah, I said, okay, if I interview you when I was like, yeah. And I interviewed him there. And it was one of the best interviews ever because he's my hero from super system two. Yeah. I mean, he changed my life for poker at least. And so that was how it happened. I got all these AOL email addresses that we got the contact all these people. Boom, we had all these people on the show and Andy black was our first guest ever and he talked about the MIT, right? He was part of that whole 21 club and I mean, that's just crazy, right? And that's how it started. Yeah, you're so excited back then. That was awesome. It's crazy. So a couple interviews that I'll never forget. Barry greenstein. So this is when we were in the actual studio at the times and we always recorded early like 11 a.m. our time, which was always like 8 a.m. on the West Coast. Where most of these guys are playing, right? And we always told them, hey, we can interview at a different time, but that was like, no, no, that would be fine. And we call them up and he'd been playing all night. At the commerce. Yeah, yeah, Congress of Bellagio or something like that, but whatever, yeah. And he'd been playing all night and now he's taking a break to talk to a couple of idiots out in Florida. And so we start the interview and he is on. You didn't think he'd be he didn't sound sleepy at all. He was like on. It's funny as hell. Yes, absolutely. And then I don't know how long it was. It seemed like ten minutes, but maybe it was a little bit less than that, but it was significant amount of time. Yes, it was. Debbie gets our producer gets our attention. She's like, hey guys, sorry, we have a little problem. And we're like, okay, what's the problem? We weren't recording much. And we were like, well, how much is like all of it? We didn't hit record. Super embarrassed and like Barry, oh my God, I'm so sorry. I forgot to push the record button. Can we start over? I was expecting like, give us the finger and go back to playing, right? Right. Oh no, absolutely screwed again. And then he was on again. He was perfect. Did not miss a step, right? It was unbelievable. It was amazing. It was literally like, it was a replay. I could not believe it. He hit the same notes he had the same jokes the same everything spot on. It was unbelievable. Really? Really, probably the most memorable interview for our show ever, I think. It was just fantastic. And I love the guy ever since then. And you know, I've gone on rants later on on this that, you know, a lot of these pros that when we meet them, they haven't lived up the expectations and some have just been really cruddy people. I don't think I ever got the meat Barry..
"greenstein" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"And I'm going to take issue with him taking issue with that because when you've made this much money, not just at the table, but in endorsements, you know, he's on every TV show, he's playing up the theme a lot out of this, right? Right. You know, you do have some responsibility there. You don't have to be the 1 million for one drop representative and donate your very greenstein donate your winnings to chair. You don't have to go that far, right? But I think you do have to acknowledge that you are a face of poker, whether you want to be or not because of what you're doing. I mean, I think it's a different story if you just go play poker, you don't take an endorsement money, you don't get on TV. You don't create a persona, like you're a pro wrestler. Those people all give a little bit of a pass to because you're not trying to be ambassador you're trying to win poker games. This guy is trying to be ambassador and then it goes back in his face, he gets upset about it. And says, I'm not in ambassador. I've had a problem with that too. Yeah, I do too. So I don't know, we'll see. I mean, we're only a 5th of the way through the series here. So we'll see both how well he does playing and how well he does controlling his 57 year old temper too. That's the other thing too. I mean, at some point, when you get ridiculous being out there. All right, so we got two more things to talk about before moving on survivor. So the flip N go. So we talked about this last week about whether you could reenter or not and I was like, no, there's no way because you're flipping go. But I didn't realize they have flights, which makes perfect sense. Yeah. So they had all day flights, so as long as you can fire off these bullets. So yeah, so Dave, there's at least 19 flights. Yeah, well, I think it was really confusing to me. So they had different flights, but then you could also reenter the flights. So, I mean, again, so the way they work it is, the people that advance came back and 7 o'clock that night. And I don't know when I started in the morning ten a.m., 11 a.m., whatever. So, you know, when you think about flights, it's not like you're moving on, I mean, they had a couple different buy in times, I think. But I mean, really, it's a single table satellite at this point, right? Or you do a flip and go if you advance on, take your name and you come back at ten o'clock with a 160,000 ships and you play tournament. So that makes a lot of sense. In the sense of, you know, how you're going to get entries in this. And he knew there were going to be some of these degens that would fire. I mean, that's $19,000. The min cache in this tournament, by the way, it was two K geez. So I mean, 19 times, you had to go really far in the tournament to recoup that and even 9 times like damn it, I don't know. You had to go pretty far in the tournament to get that money back. So I think you just proved what we kind of talked about on the show. I mean, the degenerate. Now, I made the point that if you're a pro, you would be willing to put this one K down, flip, if you didn't make it, then you could go on and do something else. What I didn't really acknowledge the time was, no, these people were just degens got $1000 bills and they're like I have dimes, just keep throwing them on the table because they just want to advance..
The Ending of Last Saturday's 'Unfiltered' With Dan Bongino
"Completely out of my head. Totally extemporaneous. There's no There's nothing in that prompter other than just like you, do you do you And when I was going to say before I watched the videos of that day again and all the horrors of it. When I was going to say is, you know and 9 12 the day after we recognize there's a lot more that Binds us together that keeps us apart, you know, and, uh, that's crap. There isn't Man. You're negative and no, I'm not. No, I'm not at all. I Negative about the left because there's only one thing that binds us together. Right? A love a love and it willing to sacrifice for freedom and liberty. That's the only thing that binds us together. If you're on the other side of that, and freedom isn't your thing. You want to be a totalitarian socialist Communist from free speech sensor like the left Now you're not one of us. You may claim to be But you're not one of us. See, We don't do that. You do that. That's not what an effective representative democracy constitutional Republic does. That's not what we do. So there's not a you know this whole thing like, Oh, a 9 12. We figured out there was so much that's like flowery. I'm very sorry, but even some friends and colleagues by like that binds us so much more that binds us together. No, there's not so much more that binds. Why are we telling people that that is a lie and coming up? Don't miss this show. Today. I've got an article in the American American greatness called winning the Cold Civil War. By Thomas Quinn Greenstein. About how we're in a cold civil war right now, and until we recognize that fact and and stop using, you know nonsense lines like there's so much more that binds us together. No, there isn't There's
"greenstein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Good ESPN 312332377 1006. Football Week is here we get it started tonight with cowboys and Buck's gonna be really cool to have NFL regular season football back on my TV screen. Or in Gilberts, Illinois. Yes, and I'll be out there tonight at pub 72 from 79. So I hope you'll come out. Watch the game with me for a while. We have a good time and Give away, uh to seems to the ESPN 1000 golf fighting of Flossmoor Country Club on Tuesday ever play. Fine course. It is a very nice car. Very nice. Very nice course. So, yes, I will be. I played there. Actually, with Casey Johnson, Teddy Greenstein and one more. I can't remember who the fourth was, but it was fun. We had a good time. That's a long time ago. And I know Tommy waddles a big fan of that course. So we'll all be out there on Tuesday, so come on out tonight Pub 72 in Gilbert's Illinois. So Eddie Jackson Has got to have a big year this year again 2018 when he got paid off of six Defensive touchdowns for that team. He was amazing, and then they brought in Ha ha Clinton Dix to play the other safety spot. It wasn't a real good fit together, and Eddie had some struggles with Turnovers. He did not force the number of interceptions and fumbles and we've seen the defense regress some well. Eddie Jackson Has sworn I'm in the best shape my life. I'm ready to go. We're getting back to what Sean decide what we did under Vic Fangio. He was also asked about Justin Fields in an interview with WGN TV sports Caster Jarrett Payton, I say where he's at right now in his career. Like to be this young, you know, having played a real NFL game. How smart he is like how he goes through his res progression. How keep how he can then plays man and You know, And just the one thing about judgment. Just not scared to take a shot down this video. So this one on one with doing a rob He's gonna bet on his man, you know, And just just to have that type of security. You know that type of confidence as a young quarterback is it's hard. It's really hard. You really never see that. So just to see the type of confidence level you heard what he said The game was slow like we on the sidelines, watching increasing the game like Like we like, take him out. It's too easy for like it's too easy for just take them out of the game like it's just too easy for me. Just see how comfortable Yes, man, that's that's really like that's very rare. You see in the quarterback Are you saying there was pretty much has bad time You guys are really you know, I'm saying, yeah,.
"greenstein" Discussed on TechStuff
"Tomatoes started out as a pet project for sin duong. It was just a site that aggregated movie critic film reviews so that people could know pop on over to the site. Look at the reviews and get an idea about whether or not they might like a particular film so as a pretty simple idea. Now obviously that grew quite a bit with the site developing its own metrics to judge the quote unquote freshness of movie This is essentially looking at all of the positive reviews and all of the negative reviews and doing some quick math on that ratio so if there are more positive than negative reviews of a film than that film is fresh even if those positive reviews or just lukewarm so if you see a high freshness rating on a movie it doesn't necessarily mean that movie is spectacular or better than movies that have lower ratings. It just means that more critics gave it a positive review but that positive review might have been like. It's okay right as opposed to this. Thing's amazing anyway. I've done a full episode about rotten tomatoes. So i'm not going to go over the whole thing here. I g and run tomatoes in two thousand four but then news corp the parent company of fox at the time acquired aegean in two thousand five five years later the aegean division of news corps. Rotten tomatoes deflector. Okay so let's flip over to flick. Stir just really quickly saran. Chari and joe greenstein founded flick back in two thousand six flick. Her was a social media. Platform centered around movies. And you could watch trailers on the site and explorer posts about new and upcoming films clearly. The site grew large enough to purchase rotten tomatoes from aegean in twenty ten. And then in twenty. Eleven warner came calling. People began to express some concern that a company that was in the movie business. That is time warner with warner brothers. Studios was purchasing a different company. This one being rotten tomatoes. That was in the movie review business. So that mean. That warner brothers would pressure rotten tomatoes to make sure that warner brothers films got a fresh rating turned out. That concern was largely not a problem though. People would occasionally make accusations otherwise but it was. You know something to think about like. There is clearly a conflict of interest if you are the owner of both a movie production studio and a movie review aggregate her anyway the incorporation afflicts stir into warner brothers was supposed to lead to a bunch of new digital products that would give time warner opportunities to reach customers in new ways..
"greenstein" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"With Christian Akopian show and I've been looking so forward to our next guests. We've got Ah lot of parents out there. Grandparent's people taking care of kids, busy people so rewarding, you know Never. What you'd call relaxing but very rewarding. We love it. We've all had quite a year dealing with Cove. It challenges that you never would have thought you'd be dealing with. Well, imagine dealing with all of those challenges and all of the challenges that Segway from those challenges. You've got. School and work in vaccines and lather. Rinse, repeat. And then on top of it worrying about a beautiful young kid in your life with a peanut allergy as well. Okay, Yeah. Enjoy the visual. So you're caring for your beautiful baby, and you see their little face turned bright red. And a skin rash flare up out of nowhere, and you're otherwise happy baby is screaming, And you don't know why. Well, that was the experience of Robin Lau, who discovered that her daughter Addy had a severe peanut allergy. No idea when she was just a little baby, because taking care of babies isn't quite stressful enough. All right, So then over the years at his folks take care of business. Crushed it out of the park. They did what all the good parents do. They carry the epi pen. They did everything they needed to do in order to avoid an accidental exposure. It impacts the entire family's life. And these guys took care of business. Enter now. Kindergarten on the horizon. There you go. So I'm a mom and I can only imagine And then you Sprinkle on a few covert headlines for flavor. And just some days, there just isn't enough chocolate. But in January of just this last year at his allergist recommended you ready for this? The first ever FDA approved aural immunotherapy for peanut allergy. It is a total game changer. Thank God for the scientists, and as a result of this incredible work, Addy can now tolerate small doses of peanut, which is huge, far bigger news. We're gearing up for kindergarten in the fall with peace of mind for her folks. So Somebody put a price tag on that. Joining us via our newsmaker line to tell us more is at. He's very busy Mom, Robin and Addie's allergist and immunologist Dr Mark Greene. Stein. Robin Doctor Greenstein Welcome. Thanks for having us on behalf of Amy in Therapeutics. It is our pleasure. Are you kidding me? Doctor? I want to start with you. If I may. Everybody out there know someone with a peanut allergy, but a lot of people are still kind of I'll call it blissfully unaware of how many families are impacted by this, You know, I'm showing my age a bit. I'm in my fifties. And when I was a kid in elementary school, you know, I paid as much attention as any other elementary school kid, But I'm thinking to myself there weren't quite as many peanut allergies out there. And now today, they're everywhere. So please tell our listeners a bit about the What's the word the commonality? Of peanut allergy and how it's been generally treated up until now. Yeah. So Right now. Peanut allergy, as you alluded to has become a big issue for this generation of kids, and it can affect just under 1% of the kids in the U. S, which equates to about 1.5 million kids across the country. And as you referenced up until recently, The only therapy was strict avoidance of the allergen. Yeah, it's the truth. I mean, and there was no other way to do it and all the good parents went went. You know, all the good parents went in, took care of business, but There's a serious downside to that. You don't want to feel like the bad parent. But you want to be the parent that you know, puts their kid in harm's way. That just doesn't mix Robin Open to throw this next one to you With that in mind. We're both moms. I am the proud owner of two beautiful kids. Neither had peanut allergies and I was still Hot mess 80% of the time talking like it's past tense, Still hot mess. It never changes. So my hat's completely off to you Tell our listeners a bit more about your experience. If you would, how you found out that ad. He had a peanut allergy and how it impacted your daily lives. Yeah, thank you. It was just a zero described. Essentially, I was feeding her nursing her and she developed a severe rash had really bad eggs. Emma. Um, they said, Oh, my goodness. What's going on? You know, she was screaming. I could feed her s O. We went to see enologist and did a lot of testing and found that she had many food allergies, but her most severe one being peanuts that's unbelievable. And and again. Because you didn't have quite a much you know, sleeplessness as you needed. This is not quite enough boxes to check off what to stress out about Now You've got this, too. But in all seriousness, you took the bull by the horns and you took care of business and at he's a happy, healthy kid. As a result, when you Going to do one more for Robin, then back to doctor in a moment, but you've got a lot of parents. Listening to you out there, Robin. They all know someone. Maybe it's them who has been heavily impacted by peanut allergy and they're looking for new information and guidance from someone who has walked the walk. When you've got someone starting at, you know, Bass zero. They just found out or they're worried that maybe their kid or someone they love has this going on? What advice do you have for other parents out there that suspect their kids might have this going on What's next steps and give him a little bit of your insider info as to how to handle it? Yes. Oh, No. We had a lot discussions with our allergist, Dr Greenstein. You know for us it was. You know, our life is basically being vigilant all the time, you know, packing a lot of meals, carrying all of her medicines and being really protective of her. On like you mentioned, you know, we wanted to have her start school in the fall with kindergarten. I just really have more of a normal life in her future, to be able to partake in sleepovers and different things like that. And so for us, this really gave us a little bit of control, knowing that we could And you know, basically left in this severe reactions in her future by doing this, and so for us this this meant a lot and it was worth it. It's definitely a big commitment. Um, with daily dozing. Um, but for us again and give us that hope. Heck, yeah. Oh, my gosh. And you certainly can't put a price tag on them. My hat's off to you truly doctor back to you if I may, because this New treatment is an absolute game changer. You know, for those who are fully immersed in the whole community of peanut allergy and know little about it, maybe know a lot about it. Tell our listeners a bit more about this new treatment option and how it works. And and I guess who might be a good candidate for this is that everyone or they're certain segments of society that would benefit more benefit. Less educated a little bit on that if you would Absolutely. And I couldn't agree more. This is definitely a game changer. Um, basically right now it's FDA approved for kids between the ages of four in 17. And once they're diagnosed, and we both the family and I feel it's appropriate that we move forward. They start coming to my office on a regular basis. To receive peanut protein integrated schedule. Morally. Usually it's every two weeks. They're coming for what we call an up dose, increasing their strength of peanut. And the idea of being is we're building them up to a level that protects them from accidental ingestion ins When it's hidden in foods, those sort of things that is brilliant and again and we talked as we do, you know, it's 2021. We're thinking to ourselves. This is all just kind of commonplace science, But when you step, you know you take a couple of quiet minutes for yourself..
"greenstein" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Well, that celebrity just had been left to linger in the lobby, no-show escort before giving up and going home, Jon Bon Jovi. Twice is a picture back when he was a truly, a shock jock. Howard Stern, announced plans to run for governor of New York in, Nineteen Ninety Four. Now, let me just, I just want to comment on that as well. I was the one who really, I'm not one who debuted the getting things done. Seminar on this podcast, I was leaked. I was given the linked audio first. I was given a pizza by SpongeBob. Pizza. First I was, I'm in the mood for a pizza first. I was given a picture. I'm thinking about New York right now. First, I was giving a picture of be getting things done seminar, which I put in a best-selling book. In general broadcasting easy for you to say, thought it was a photoshopped. All my haters and trolls Ojon Photoshop shop. They couldn't even believe it how long has Howard become? He's become everything. He is once ridiculed, then I released the leaked audio, which one of my most provided to me and shortly thereafter. I was newborn who released the leaked video. I was the first And me and my producer Royce commented on it and we couldn't believe that he was taking credit for Whitney Cummings career month for Adam Levine's career. I mean, can you believe how pathetic that sounds to take credit for these people's career? It is. It is deplorable, you should be ashamed. And by the way, the getting things dumped getting things done seminar dumb is the key word. Here had so many misspellings in it Royce and I were laughing our asses off, they spelt structure wrong. I'm sitting there going, who wrote this bababooey off someone sent me bossy, Terps resume and it too had so many misspellings. I finally realised. Maybe Marcy, who wrote these freaking things because she apparently can't spell as well. But again I'm only going to take credit for this one last time today and in this minute and in the second but it was me that released that picture, that audio and that videotape first. And now we go back to the article even though people were goofing on me. All that. Can't be true. Well, it was Underpinning. All this rage was start admitting start, admitted the company's overall disdain for his show. Serious has treated us in a very odd way. Stern said, way to fix that I've heard SiriusXM president and c c o Scott. Greenstein say oh, why would we put artists X on your show? What are you effing? Hi! You put them on our shoulders because we're the only Channel anyone's listening to not anymore how.
Predictive, Forecasting, And The Future Of AI In The Enterprise
"So bret we're gonna talk use cases today you get to see a lot of them up close personal and i liked to talk to folks who get a lot of exposure say what is a rod trend not something that's just exciting but something that actually is delivering value today broad trend. Maybe even industry acknowledged that you're excited about what jumps to mind when i say so it's hard not to talk about things that are related to the pandemic because we're in the middle of it still in your What really changed over the last twelve to eighteen months was how chaotic the world became and then businesses trying to adapt to a chaotic world consumer facing businesses especially retail whether it's retail facing like insurance like a retail banking or insurance or or pure retail companies all realized that the old ways of predicting human behavior and optimizing experience just no longer works people no longer behave in a rational way as what we ran out of toilet paper and flour and everything else during the pandemic people just didn't behave as normal and all of a sudden. Now there's this possibility of perhaps adapting faster better prediction and then also new techniques around prescriptive analytics so not just knowing what might happen next. What could i do about. Its optimize profit or revenue or customer. Set those kinds of things and so new things came out in the last twelve months. That really helped that. I give you an example so there was a company that sells some form of snack around the us and during the pandemic they realized that their supply demand models were completely raw and they adjust on this nice piece of work to bring all their data together and so we had a nice date of foundation but they wanted to predict in their old models. Were just linear charts. That basically said. Here's which we sold this quarter last year. You know this is the variations by region. So they guessed how much they should need. It turns out that because things are changing so rapidly. They needed adaptive models so we applied machine learning. We actually came up with four or five different models depending on the region and then front end to recommend which model might be most appropriate for the situation.
"greenstein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The warmth of the house, then pulls up near the gutters often leaking inside. But don't panic just yet. Icicles themselves do not mean you have a nice damn, Steve says. If you suspect an issue to call professional that uses a steamer Not a power washer. Those could damage the roof for the same reason. Don't even bother trying to get it with an ax, although that does sound like fun. Matt Shearer wbz Boston's news radio for the year, we've had maybe now dangerous winter weather is impacting millions of Americans throughout the Midwest. We have this polar vortex we've been talking about. And this is happening in many places just not accustomed to winter weather. More than three million households are out right now in Texas. I'm talking about out of power. Some places have been out for a least two days, and they are dealing right now, with sub freezing temperatures. We spoke with reporter Andrew Greenstein. He is a native of and over. Now he's in Dallas, a KRLD And he says the power system there is just not equipped for this. Almost all cities across the state have opened up warming centers, and even some private businesses have opened up their businesses as warming centers. Some of them are operating 24 hours a day now Texas Governor Greg Abbott, the House speaker, their day a date feeling both of them are calling for hearings and an investigation into Urquhart's response to this or cod is the Electric reliability of Ridgewell reliability, Very co counsel of Texas. They're the ones who control the power grid, and they say these rolling blackouts are going to continue. They've got another winter storm or ice on the way. The CEO says the state's power grid manager was prepared and Knew there might be issues with the supply. We all understood that there may be an imbalance of loading generation that would cause us to do rotating outages yesterday and today because of the size of the disparity between what we were seeing on the historic demand side higher than we've ever seen in winter in Texas by far and in Dallas, Texas right now. 18 degrees 7 37. We will check business in a moment. But one of the nation's largest banks has been left holding the bag for a very costly mistake. This was a banking error of unprecedented proportions. Last year, Citibank was supposed to make an interest payment of about $8 million to a bunch of firms that loan money to Revlon, the cosmetics company. Instead, Citibank ended up sending nearly $900 million to those lenders, and a federal judge has now ruled they can keep it. Even though Citibank realized the error the next day, there's an exception in New York law that allows recipients Mistakenly sent funds to keep it under certain conditions in good faith, and with ample justification, the judge said the lenders thought the payments were intentionally sent. Aaron Keter SKI ABC NEWS New York, All right, let's talk about cash and Bloomberg business 7 38. Here's Andrew Day. Go back a few decades and you'll find that for a stretch. The nation's biggest name in sneakers wasn't Nike or Adidas. It was Reebok looking to cash in on that heat. Adidas bought Reebok in 2006 for $3.8 billion. Since then, the brand has struggled and today Adidas is starting the process of selling Reebok bond yields rose to their highest in a year today as traders placed bets on financial stimulus efforts and rising energy prices, prompting inflation. That weighed somewhat on stocks. We finished split Dow Up 64. NASDAQ Down 48 S and P 500 down to Andrew Rhodey Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, Alexa Play WBZ News raise.
"greenstein" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The warmth of the house, then pulls up near the gutters often leaking inside. But don't panic just yet. Icicles themselves do not mean you have a nice damn, Steve says. If you suspect an issue to call professional that uses a steamer, not a power washer. Those could damage the roof for the same reason. Don't even bother trying to get it with an ax. Although that does sound like fun. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio, Dangerous winter weather's been impacting hundreds of millions of Americans, many in places that aren't accustomed. The winter storms Texas from one of them. There are more than three million power outages. There. We spoke with reporter Andrew Greenstein and and over native now working for KRLD in Dallas. He tells us the power system There is not equipped for what's been happening. The electricity generation plants they all failed because they were not winterized. I'm like most other states. That chair energy was other states. Texas's grid is its own grid, and it is not shared with other states. So that is one of the reasons why it's presenting a major problem because with all those power plants offline They can produce the energy that needed to keep our home form. You like to thinking Texas in February. What's the big deal? Well in Dallas right now, it's 19 degrees. Contrast that to Boston where it's 39 right now. Costly mistake, no recourse, either for one of the nation's biggest banks. This was a banking error of unprecedented proportions. Last year, Citibank was supposed to make an interest payment of about $8 million to a bunch of firms that loan money to Revlon, the cosmetics company. Instead, Citibank ended up sending nearly $900 million to those lenders, and a federal judge has now ruled they can keep it. Even though Citibank realized the error the next day, there's an exception in New York law that allows recipients of mistakenly sent funds to keep it under certain conditions. And in good faith, and with ample justification, the judge said the lenders thought the payments were intentionally sent. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK Today is the day before Ash Wednesday Fat Tuesday. Shrove Tuesday if you will And change is forced by the pandemic have well caused places of worship to make some changes for tomorrow's ash Wednesday. Any changes, according to the Boston Archdiocese will be handled on a parish by parish basis, with one lone overlaying exception from which no church can deviate. What they can't do is have the priests of the deacon, put their finger in a bowl of ashes and then put it on the person's forehead and then do the same with the express to the next person. Instead, priest will use long cotton swabs to administer ashes to those who And Mass. Many, however, cannot father Paul Sofer says he understands how difficult it's been for people of all faiths to feel separated from church during the pandemic. And if you're looking for an alternative to ash Wednesday services fasting has always got along with ashes. If you're healthy enough to do this, that is a similar representation of devotion. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio FIVETHIRTYEIGHT. We gotta check on Wall Street. Now. Andrew O'Day is a Bloomberg Denny's markets itself as a diner chain, and it seems people don't want to go to a diner just to pick something up and bring it home. At least that diner Danny's blames the late 2020 covert resurgence and new lockdowns. The fact it's one toe a loss last quarter as US comparable sales fell. 33% Wall Street registered all time highs again today as optimism over the economic recovery sweeps across markets worldwide. But the bond market made big moves also, and yields hitting their highest in the year helped prompt a stock course reversal. The now rose 64. NASDAQ, Though, ended the day down, 40 Eights has to be 500 down to Andrew wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. You're not talking to yourself. Wow. You're telling you're smart, Speaking to play WBC news radio on my heart radio, All of my concerns are disappearing. Thank you. This'll.
"greenstein" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"greenstein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"greenstein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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Kaplan would be most likely to make an embarrassing text mistake at ESPN 1000 Yeah, that would be no shot because I am a fanatic like I know every morning how blessed I am to get up and do this. That would be no shot. I may go at you and debate with, you know, shot, not everyone's human. Everyone makes mistakes, but I am literally a fanatic it reading through it. Billion times. Do I have a typo here in there? Yes. Sometimes the brain will do that. But I do not know I'd be stunned. If I was I'd be devastated in myself. If I ever did that, Well that give us somebody that you believe would and then hope he will answer the question. Most likely to make this kind of egregious error at ESPN 1000 years ago. Eric. Oh, wow. You're saying his fat fingers You're fat shaming his hands. No. Absolutely not fat shaming his hands. I could co sign on that. Yeah, probably your go. I'm with you all. So that's where my mind went. All s so you're cool. Yes, I would say you're go. Thank you. All right, gentlemen, Moving on kid. Yesterday, George McCaskey was out with Waddell and Sylvie while Sylvie brought up to him. How undisciplined. The team was Javon Williams, Anthony Miller. Let's take a listen to that exchange right there. George really quick, the culture that you guys hit on. I understand that like what you're looking for, but you had two wide receivers do the same thing. To the same player against the same team in different games. Doesn't that speak poorly to the culture? I think each of those situations needs to be evaluated separately. You're talking about Giovanna whims against the Saints in the regular season game at Soldier Field. And then Anthony Miller in the playoff game against the things down in New Orleans. In the first instance. Von active. Impulsively. He let another player get the better of him and He acted out. He was immediately remorseful. Served a suspension. He said he would do better. And he came back and worked his butt off to try to help the team. Have a bigger problem with Anthony's rejection because they sat him down and they told him Listen, watch out for this player. He's a punk. He's gonna try to get under your skin. With Darnell Mooney out. We really need you to be in this game and help this team and Anthony had the benefit of having seen Yvonne's experience, so I think they need to be evaluated separately. And I've got a bigger problem with Anthony's objection that I do with Japan's So the owner called because of that. That's not up to me. Sorry I stepped on that. So the owner called the defensive player on the Saints of punk, and he said he was more upset with Anthony Miller than Javon Welds. Whims. I asked, you guys shot or no shot. Anthony Miller gets shown the door. Is an example of what will be tolerated in this organization going forward shot 100% shot and it's not about what he did. That microcosm of his career might be encapsulated in that moment. It's go back and listen to what Matt said. Go back and go on the game. Pass. Who he does it. I do it every week. And look at it. When Matt said, If we're supposed to run an out route at eight route eight yards, don't run it at nine or 12 run it the way it's supposed to be. He doesn't pay attention to detail. He can have all the gifted ability he wants. I think they're gonna make an example of him. You know, they talk about collaborative efforts, right apparent household. I would say that George is part of the collaborative effort. His blood pressure actually went above 1 20/80 talking about that. That's the most excited he was for anything about the Bears heard the You heard his fist pounding the table. You notice that he didn't do that, for any other answer that Sylvie or Waddell gave Any other question, right? He did that for Kathy Millar. If he's more frustrated at that, then the 18 8 record the ineptitude of the franchise. Yeah, I think that he's out. But here's the thing, though, if you're keeping if you're gonna be constant about it can't Anthony Miller get a second chance like it like John whims, But maybe he's had 10 chances when the coach goes Not like the wind situation. Not like you know you get kicked out of the game is suspended for two games. But maybe whims does everything else right? He may not be the greatest player, but maybe whims. Is the first guy in the building. He studies his film. He runs his routes properly. He just made he drops passes that he's human, but he's not that good. Maybe he's just You know what he's good on special teams. He's our fifth. We like some of the things he does. Well, that's the problem. He's human. Gave me superhuman in that spot your wide receiver for after all, Yeah, It's like this guy here. Waddle superhuman, superhuman. Okay, so that zah difference. That's that's a problem. But maybe Anthony Miller On this game. He didn't run his routes properly. He doesn't study hard enough, so he's had multiple chances. And this is it. I'll be that will be a shot for sure. And if not from Matt and Face then definitely from George. That's the most upset. He was from any question that he had to answer. Yeah, he was fired up. I love the slamming the desk. Very Kaplan move. What can he be that for? What? Crappy football team. He's got the 18 8 football team. He's got about that A great Where's the pony? Where's the pounding of the table for that there? Chris Jeff, are the are the way they pick quarterbacks. Where was the pounding when Sylvie listed off the seven quarterbacks, that right case is responsible for? Where's the pounding Each time he mentioned a bad one. See? You're right. You're right, honey. Let's go. Let's go toe your area of expertise, football and wrestling. They met Warren Sapp was on a podcast this week. And he said the rock are you a fan of the rock is a wrestling that it's a little of the rac warrant Steps is the rock got all if not most, if not all, of his W W we catch phrases from Ed Orgeron when they were playing down in Miami. Shot or no shot. You believe the rocks told the bit and if so, your opinion of him will change. That's a no shot..
"greenstein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Carm, there's gonna be a limited amount of opportunities for each individual to make the biggest impact in the play in the game that he can with those plays that are going to be there for him to make. You need to capitalize last week. Balls, hidden defender's hands going straight to the ground problem. You can't let that happen this week. Okay, capitalized on your opportunities when you have a chance to make a play. Please go about the business of making plays. And those are the keys to a bears Big three at the Superdome bears he talked about big plays on Be nice to see the Bears come up with a few big plays a nice return by Cordero Patterson or something like that, wouldn't it? Yeah. I mean, it's a three phase game today. Just you can't is much as you want, believe the defense can shut down the saints and they're gonna have to do to win the game. That's great. But the offense could have take advance of everything, and I'm I'm with your Chi said earlier in the show. It can't be this just short pass real kind of scared type offense. You're gonna have to take shots down the field by design. And get that defense on its heels. It all possible you can't just throw these five yards six yard will flare out and say, Well, that looking 70% completion for Mitch. Well, that's wonderful. Well, they ain't gonna get it done. And that will end up in Cairo. Santos having a great day, but not nearly enough points on the scoreboard to win this game. He always seems to have a great day points about sports book The fast and Easy way to bet. Download the points bad happen Now, When we come back, we'll check in with Teddy Greenstein, who let us know how the wagering for this game is going on The points. Bad sports book APP. It's Brian handling Freddie opener right here on ESPN. 1000 more football talk is near.
"greenstein" Discussed on WTOP
"Capital. Stop this on. This is what's happening there. Tear gassing us. That's Paul Davis, the North Texas attorney who recorded himself taking part in yesterday's insurrection at the capital. He posted his video onto his instagram feed is not accepting, not accepting who apparently was not going to stand for. Word was his employer, goose and insurance, where he had served as associate general counsel in a tweet this morning, the company said Davis is no longer an employee. Andrew Greenstein for CBS News, Dallas 9 52 President. Trump and his Republican allies have come under fire for yesterday's riots in the capital. Former RNC chair Michael Steele says the calls to remove Mr Trump through the 25th amendment or through impeachment are not likely to happen in the next 13 days. But he says such conversations should serve as a wake up call The message I think it's into the president is that the country's had enough and that hopefully with the leadership of members Of my party such that they decide to lead on this. We need to begin to rally the country around that, Despite our difficulties, we cannot give into the kind of debilitating anarchist insurrection activities that we saw yesterday. After years of defending President Trump, and with less than two weeks left in the administration, several of his allies in the business world are starting to distance themselves from him. CNBC reports The pullback cast doubt on whether these business leaders Back him in the future, including whether he runs for president again in 2024 1 of the president's top campaign bundlers, tells the network Bye bye, Ted Cruz, Josh Holly and Donald Trump, in reference to a couple of senators who led objections to Joe Biden's electoral College victory. Some big money donors, including Sheldon Adelson, either declined to comment or did not respond to requests for comment. Coming up on w T. O P in money news. Mortgage RATES reach a new record low, the lowest in 50 years. 9 54. Tired of looking at that old moldy shower tub. Isn't it Time you got along at trusted name for 75 years long baths will take out the old and bring in a new, affordable custom made bathtub or shower replacement right now..
As COVID-19 Cases Rise, NYC's Mayor Aims To Rollback Reopening
"New York's Mayor Bill de Blasio says he may need to rewind. That's his word the city's reopening the rate of positive corona virus tests has been rising in some of new in some of the city's neighborhoods. Here's NPR's Joel rose for months new. York City has been moving cautiously toward reopening in person learning and indoor dining just resumed last week but on Sunday Mayor Bill De Blasio reluctantly announced a step back today unfortunately. Is Not a day for celebration. Today is more difficult day to Blasio says, he's asking the state for permission to shut down schools and non essential businesses in an area that covers nine zip codes where a higher percentage of corona virus tests are coming back positive to Blasios says, that's an indication that community spread is growing. Again, the pains me to be putting forward this approach that will need in some parts of our city. In Brooklyn Queens were having an extraordinary problem something, we haven't seen since the spring many of the affected neighborhoods have large Orthodox Jewish communities, and some community leaders have criticized the city health department for not giving local leaders a bigger role in the Corona Virus Response Avi Greenstein is the CEO of the Borough Park Jewish community council in Brooklyn. He spoke to NPR's all things considered last week. We can definitely see an increase in the number of mask-wearing in the Ballpark community the result of the community organizing trying to encourage family members of importance of wearing masks and wearing masks. They're not wearing city health officials say they've been trying for weeks to hand out more masks and encourage social distancing in these neighborhoods. But positively, rates did not get better doctor. Jay Varma is with the New York City Health Department. Once you get to a level where there was widespread transmission, you need to reduce the amount of contact that individuals and households are having with each other under the city's plan about three hundred schools would close the majority of. Them Private Schools Including Your Sheba's the plan still requires permission from the state on. Sunday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued his own warning that the state plans to begin enforcing social distancing rules more vigorously, this state is going to start direct enforcement in these hotspots zip codes local businesses veteran violation of the law will be fined and can be closed. CUOMO says he's most worried about hot spots in New York City and its suburbs Joel rose NPR news.
How to Think About and Lead AI Projects in Business - With Bret Greenstein of Cognizant
"How and technical professionals can advance their career in the era people are worried they don't write the code they don't have a firm background in math but they wanna be compensated more they want an exciting career what is your advice your your thoughts for folks who are in that position I think the first thing to consider is that like a lot of ends or let let me back up artificial intelligence is coming it's going to be an every job in every business and every company every one of our clients on a on a journey towards offbeat eyelid business that's not going to change and I understand that he worry about what that means to them personally but when you really step back a number of people implement a I code developed models tune models feed data outlets those roles are very small there are billions begins at people doing all the other jobs and so those people need to consider this is not about learning to code it's about learning to work with and understand vacations and data into business so once you become I'll call it wear algorithm Mickley aware data where once you recognize that our business this is our lives our governments are everything is basically a giant low of data making meaning that and making better decisions is what all of us needs learn how to do not cook coatings rate that's not the point yeah so so I I'd love to dive into what that means making meaning the data you know there's so many places where the non technical expertise plays a role like you said actually building tuning constructing the models doing the the wacky hard math to innovate new models on that's that's a certain percent of the work but it's not most of it what are those other big areas what are those other big kind of clusters of kind of a I value that don't involve writing liquor coat you know how do you break those down in your mind or kind of determine him into pillars or categories or what have you I think it comes from people who recognize that one that it exists being aware that all the data that's there has value and can be applied for new insights is a new way of thinking it's people who are really very data aware and once you have that it's a bit of a wakeup then you suddenly look at problems differently I met a student recently he was working in retail store and he works looking at the camera watching people checking in and out of the store and they're looking for theft and he could continue to look at those cameras and try to catch people doing stuff and you catch a percentage of that but what he arise because he's a digital thinker is that there's a ton of other data it's useful in assessing the risk of cameras using a I came to Texas haters and motions of people who were likely you know contributing to that you can look at the data what's going on in the parking lot from a camera vision or censored or mobile data to know you know are they come to every store or do you have the same customer every store that same day it can be seen stuff there might with a pattern there so once you consider there's more data in what you see in front of you we start to look at the problem differently and you start asking new questions so this one person I talked about is asking his boss when we're kind of systems will use machines Asian and can we look at patterns and can we see what's happening under the stores suddenly asking really good questions that were Cardi B. process in in order to do that these people have to have an understanding I presume of what they I can do and also maybe even some examples of precedents of other AI use cases right he would have to know that the detection of the behavior of theft is a use case is that is valuable that is reasonable that is a accessible so there's there's sort of some contextual knowledge there right I mean if if the fellow never knew anything about it ah you might not have that idea what's that background info that somebody has to have to come up with ideas like that to think of new areas of business value to to determine those those pockets where could be applied meaningfully yep this is where awareness comes in so people more non coders but are studying business or finance or HR can't whatever whatever they're studying in school whatever the majors reminders in every profession there's an impact a that is coming in so we need people to start focus on learning about the same I was an engineer but I took psychology and philosophy classes those European I need electing cool and I learned something about plus ecology but I'm not an expert but I became aware I became aware how human motivations and behaviors shape decision making or the philosophical side heights of right and wrong and moral ethics and logic than learn from philosophies those accept applications in the technologies is that I work in now and so I think for all the consider having to learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of ai how do we build it into curriculum how do we individually studied independently if you look up education Antony online almost all of it is based learning python and R. do data scientists but we need more people educating on what the implications are so we can ask more of our technical teams to bring us to that next level of really nail it business I if somebody service taking your urine by seriously here okay they can become a aware they can find those opportunities they can you know add value to the business without being the one who writes the code but being the one who may be on helps to determine new projects or helps to manage bringing new way I project to life they don't have to write the code to be the one managing a project others a lot of different ways that they could potentially be be I loved on new training transform your team we have I'll give you an example so we have a customer service being done by call center reps all over the world you know our company but every company does when I noticed recently China that they've increased this dramatically percentage of customer support during sales especially peek sale all times towards chat bots conversationally I and if you know the day is capable of doing that and you're getting a call center you should be asking yourself can we take the top eighty eighty percents of the questions the Cuban as they come in and move them to some degree of automation whether it's chat bots or or you have to know the compensation only I exists in possible doing certain things and it's not possible doing ups yes you have to have those precedents of use in your mind you have to know where it where it's being applied where it's driving value who's using it to solve what kinds of problems what kind of data is involved you have to have those contexts says and then you could say oh that might fit for us
Texas officer who killed black woman in her home resigns
"In the fort worth Texas police department this morning files to work around the clock for justice correspondent but Michigan has more on the case of a white police officer shooting to death a black woman through the window of her home in fort worth the white police officer who shot and killed a black woman inside our own home early Saturday morning is now facing murder charges and he's resigned K. R. L. the radios enter Greenstein fort worth interim police chief ed Krause says before you had the chance to fire the officer who shot a top tier Jefferson to death the officer resigned even though we no longer works for the city we will continue the administrative investigation as if he did the now former officer's name is Erin dean he first joined the department in August of twenty seventeen and became a commissioned police officer in April of last year Andrew Greenstein for CBS news fort worth police say body cam video indicate fifteen approach Jefferson's home where she was caring for her eight year old nephew after going to the side of the house dean shatter the Jefferson to show our hands and then fired through a window for worth police chief said body cam video shows nothing to justify the officer's
Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released
"England wbz news time three eighteen all the snow is pretty much gone here on april second thirty eight degrees and mostly cloudy skies this monday good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom the massachusetts state police will begin using body cameras and vehicle locators in cruisers this is in response to the overtime scandal at the state police winnie mandela has died the prominent antiapartheid activist passed away today and johannesburg and prosecutors said the defense began picking a jury for bill cosby's sexual assault retrial cosby is charged with drugging and sexually molesting a woman in two thousand four and this is not a good way to start the week the dow was off nearly six hundred points in the final hour of trading as concerns over a trade war continued to heat up after spending two years locked up the texas teenager who who used the socalled affluential defense on drunken driving charges is now a free man this morning the soon to be twenty one year old ethan couch walked out of the tarrant county courthouse in two thousand thirteen couch killed four people that are drunk driving crash when he was sixteen one of the prosecutors in that case richard alpert says it's hard to predict whether jail has changed couch he's been in jail for two years so you could say well that is taught him some lessons or each is bursting to get out and go back to his old behavior couches probation was transferred to the adult system after he and his mother fled to mexico in late twenty fifteen andrew greenstein for cbs news fort worth investigators in california believed the crash of an suv off a cliff may have been an intentional act five members of the hart family from washington state found dead in mendocino county investigators say there were no skid marks there were no signs the driver even hit the brakes in fact it is is believed that vehicle accelerated before plunging off the cliff three children in that family still missing it's not just students walking out of classrooms these days teachers in two states part of protests but for a different reason today in kentucky angry features outside the state capitol protesting pension changes in oklahoma thousands of teachers walking out of classrooms i'm here because i deserve more and we as teachers deserve more teachers there say the.