19 Burst results for "Gugel"
"gugel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The question of whether gugel has abused its market power in the united states we'll talk about their market power and their market size especially when it comes to search the are so google has about ninety percent of the search engine market i think it's about eighty percent of the ad market in the united states which mostly comes from that dominance in search and so there's been a longrunning suspicion and fear that it will throw that power around to gain advantages elsewhere well it's an interesting time i think about the climate for these tech company schuylkill and to mothers we talk about the role of social media in the elections and so on and so forth i mean we're realising how much power they have and we also question how much oversight that they're doing cut him no policing their social media platforms so there's a lot of criticism i guess i i wanna say gets on his big tech names including google right now right now there's a real sort of freewheeling anxiety about technology companies out who obviously be one of the biggest ones falls into their and so it can be a little bit hard to separate sort of fear about meddling in the election versus fear about dominance over the advertising market first is just sort of a general sense that they know too much about ourselves legally what's the case in terms of you know gugel having too much power too much say when it comes to the online market the are so we haven't seen the specifics of the holly case yet had he started investigating google in november and if he brings a case it would come this summer so then we would see the specifics of what he's actually alleging but he's worried about privacy and we'll just be looking at googles privacy practices and whether or not it is mishandling user data or miss communicating to users what those policies are so that's one bucket and then the other bucket.
"gugel" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Figuring out great things that we can do to be able to make people's lives better and he did work on some exciting projects i was the original product manager for drive and helped convent a lot of that i conducted jim out chat but the reality of working at gugel didn't match his vision of working google literally the majority of the time was spent not doing work not writing code but was doing the work about work it was making sure that the left hand knew what the right hand was doing it was sitting in status meetings and preparing status updates at first he thought he must have been doing something wrong there is no this could be what everyone tolerates when they go to work and work in companies and so thought maybe there's something that was wrong with gugel talked to people who worked to other companies and discovered to my horror that no ghul was actually very advanced most companies were far less organiz he looked around for software solutions there were a lot but none that did what he wanted but i really wanted was just a single place that i could go to see what is everyone on my team working on and who is responsible for which things and what's the sequence where the dependencies between those things so nights and weekends he started hacking together some software to accomplish that and i just built at as something for me and a few dozen people that i worked with to use but it groove i really within google and that really startled me because gould has access to the best tools in the world was insane to me that there were so many people who are excited about what i about but not long after rosenstein left google for facebook at some point i gotta facebook friend request from dust a moskovitz who's the cofounder facebook and so venture was persuaded that yeah it'd be exciting to to be a part of that you're actually one of the sad things about leaving gouda was that i had to leave that to a behind that i'd built inside of google because it belonged to google because yacob said is the electoral property google rosenstein asked moskovitz facebook at the same project management problems he'd seen it gool he was like you have no idea i am tearing my hair out.
Google is selling off Zagat
"These are the daily tech headlines for monday march fifth 2018 i'm tom merit jami ceo lee jun told the wall street journal that the company plans to start selling phones in the us by the end of 2018 or early 2019 at has partnerships with us retailers already for selling things like it's headphones gel me is also considering an ipo later this year the new york times sources say gugel is selling restaurant review service zag it to online restaurant reviewer the infatuation the sources say the infatuation will continue its curated reviews and keeps eggett as a separate brand the financial times reports that the us department of treasury has asked qualcom to delay its shareholder meeting for a month to allow the us committee on foreign investments in the united states to investigate broad comes proposed acquisition of qualcomm broad cups headquarters are in irvine california but it is incorporated in singapore for tax reasons the wall street journal says it sources say amazon is in talks with several banks including jp morgan chase about creating a checking account product the product would be targeted at younger consumers without bank accounts bloomberg mark berman and debbie whoo report sources tell them that apple is working on applebranded noise canceling over ear headphones similar to models apple offers under the beats brand the sources say apple wants to launch the headphones before the end of the year but has hit development problems that could end the project altogether.
Google, Facebook, Amazon: Our Digital Overlords
"Big five made close to five hundred acquisitions worth about one hundred forty billion dollars because consumers like the company's products amazon apple facebook and google have developed huge market shares for example amazon receives about ninety three percent of all he believes sales godal polls in about seventy eight percent of internet search had spending in the us similarly apple is dominant in hyon smartphones and facebook and social media traffic but being a monopoly isn't illegal in the us bore most other countries regulators stopped equating big with bad a long time ago monopoly cases brought by the us have also dwindled in fact the last highprofile case was filed in 1988 when the justice department successfully challenged microsoft's dominance of computer operating systems and that 20year dry spell and monopoly cases has led some watchdogs to say that forcement the us has become too timid they save big tech is hurting innovation jobs and wages and some even blame the behemoths for a decline had successful start ups in europe america's big tech companies a phased more resistant governments more aggressively pursuing them for example the eu is find google for abuse using its market dominance and germany is investigating facebook for its privacy practices of course the big tech players don't think they need to be broken up they argue their dominance isn't guaranteed because new competitors can easily jump in as gugel x to point out competition is just one click away hm how do you like that well that's the world is as i see it what's going on in the world is a nightmare right now you can blame anyone you want you but mainly blame yourself for letting it happen because he was so distracted by things in the society mainly the entertainment industry you allowed racist like schumer to appear nakedly and call for the racist exclusion of a man for a federal point based on the fact that he's white the man you let it happen not me i sit here every day exposing the fake politicians in the san francisco area who have turned this into a cesspool human cesspool while couching it in every phrase under the under the sun kfa why in arkansas line one keith what's your topic please they mike when i was growing up in school they were kicked can about how wonderful us the has you know with.
"gugel" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"News reporter and on today's edition they say your eyes they're the winter to the sole you've always her that right but to can they also predict diseases well they can according to dr gugel and dick as the details on that then chemicals in nonstick cookware are already linked to cancer and other immune problems uh but now dick has details on how they can contribute to doubt obesity as well plus why the regular use of cleaning sprays if you're a clean freak may be comparable believe it or not to smoking those are all stories coming up in dick's health report later in the program here on the healthiest two hours on radio let's go to matters of sexual health house and hiv prevention hiv prevention excuse me study published in nature showed that the immune system in cows were able to adapt and combat hiv at an unprecedented rate this is interesting cows neutralize about twenty percent of the virus strains at just forty two days and 96 percent within a year now in humans it takes more than five years to develop antibodies but they say that cow antibodies are naturally long and loopy in structure and you microscopically and that turns out to be similar to antibodies that can block infection so the researchers are hoping that this is the first step in developing an effective vaccine for hiv infection and or aids so that's a good news on the sexually transmitted infection front testosterone can it make you um change your taste.
"gugel" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"The at the car audo shop exactly gugel has built an artificial intelligence platform no surprise there but here's the weird thing the aai at created then created its own a platform a robot building a robot and the successor a platform proved better at identifying objects in photographs and videos even better than its perrine so the robot not only built a robot it bill a better robot all scary you know what they call it when you have a robot that builds better robots than itself and now the terminator how you back thinking along those lines yes skynet is apparently going to be real saudi arabia has even taken this whole robotics thing to the next level they have just granted citizenship to sofia a humanoid robot it's the first time a country has granted a robot with the same status and privileges as humans why would the robot need their citizenship though i am get it part of the rationale lease germany has tested this theory as well is that if a robot replaces a human in the workplace they want the employer to continue to pay social security or for the benefit of the humans whose jobs were displaced towel now it makes sense to get the tax dollars right i see so yeah so but but it's not really that l look we all know this is still the early stages gugel was not yet where it needs to be google zehai is not yet where we want it to be look at the controversy recently involving gugel home there was a big controversy here because gugel was unable to answer the question who is jesus christ here's what googles home answer religion can be complicated and i'm still learning seriously that's often it doesn't know who jesus is yeah that's not that complicate at vets yeah that that's pretty pretty obscene especially when people were quick to note that gugel home did know who buddha is and mohammed and even satan will so yeah google got itself and liberal how water so i naturally went unchecked and i asked google whose rick edelman frederick mark cattleman if the chairman and cofounder of that'll mean financial l l c the author of several personal finance books and a host of a weekly personal finance talk radio show called the.
"gugel" Discussed on Material
"Oh so good so in gugel news they have joined universal stylists initiative feel free feel free to let your mind wander if that was the universal style with a should have rather that would be led dance group or whether it would be like some sort of radical and raised enough yes but with that banks banks laura i would just have picked tales which which one would be more fierce do you imagine because i think that be bought to maximize the fierce variable in malaysian banks i universal stylists initiative okay yes okay so this is this is a industry consortium those former 2015 to try to create a standard for these really cool stylist is that we're using for art and for just for tapping on things and they already have a the version what plenty of their specification will get these things like how the stylists sins data to the connected screen stuff like a pressure levels button presses racer operation the idea being that instead of having i by so i have had time for i've had to travel with three style i because i have three different tablet devices and each one uses it incompatible stylists and so the idea of google joining it meaning that maybe this is not just the idea of being able to train to travel with one stylist but also maybe now you want to invest in real at one really nice stylists that that is made of plastic and pass from like would accents to it because he no you'll be able to use it here there and everywhere unfortunately still kinda early going lack allman snap ticks are on board that suit to create stylists is that they use that as far as screen makers lenovo and foxconn are behind it but until app let's face apple will never be on board they're they're they're the pa that is now they're they're people who said yeah i know that this.
"gugel" Discussed on KTRH
"The uh the car audo shop exactly uh gugel has built an artificial intelligence platform no surprise there but here's the weird thing the a created then created its own a platform a robot building a robot and the successor a platform proved better at identifying objects in photographs and videos even better in its paran so the robot not only built a robot it built a better robot i know a else gary you know what they call it when you have a robot that builds better robots than itself and now the terminator how you back he doesn't actually thinking along those lines yes skynet is apparently going to be real saudi arabia has even taken this whole robotics thing to the next level they have just granted citizenship to sofia a humanoid robot it's the first time a country has granted a robot with the same status and privileges as humans why would the robot need their citizenship though i don't get it part of the rationale these germany has tested this theory as well is that if a robot replaces a human in the workplace they want the employer to continue to pay social security for the benefit of the humans whose jobs were displaced oh and now it makes sense to get the tax dollars right i see so yeah so but but it's not really look we all know this is still the early stages gugel was not yet where it needs to be google say is not yet where we want it to be look at the controversy recently involving gugel home there was a big controversy here because gugel was unable to answer the question who is jesus christ here's would koogle's home answer religion can be complicated and i'm still learning seriously that's often it doesn't know who jesus is yeah that's not that complicated that's yeah that that's pretty pretty obscene especially when people were quick to note that gugel hong did know who buddha is and mohammed and even say bull so yeah google got itself in a little bit of how water so i naturally went unchecked and i asked google whose rick.
"gugel" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"A thousand times their own weight vat is one strong robot the robot's can be combined with human like joints so the robot's can do things like lifting a tire wild rotating there goes the job at working at the car auto shop exactly gugel has built an artificial intelligence platform no surprise there but here's the weird thing the aai a created then created its own a platform a robot building a robot and the successor a platform proved better at identifying objects in photographs and videos even better in its parent so the robot not only built a robot it built a better robot i know a little scary you know what they call it when you have a robot that builds better robots than itself and now the terminator how you back that's what i think the answer to anything along those lines yes skynet is apparently going to be real saudi arabia has even taken this whole robotics thing to the next level they have just granted citizenship to sofia a humanoid robot it's the first time a country has granted a robot with the same status and privileges as humans why would the robot need their citizenship though i get it part of the rationale lease germany has tested this theory as well is that if a robot replaces a human in the workplace they want the employer to continue to pay social security or for the benefit of humans whose jobs were displaced towel and now it makes sense to get the tax dollars right i see so yeah so but but it's not really that look we all know this is still the early stages gugel was not yet where it needs to be google they i is not yet where we want it to be look at the controversy recently involving gugel home there was a big controversy here because gugel was unable to answer the question who is jesus christ here's what googles home answer religion can be complicated and i'm still learning seriously too often it doesn't know who jesus is yeah that's not that complicate at vats yeah that that's pretty pretty obscene especially when people were quick to note that gugel home did know who buddha is and mohammed and even say wool so yeah google got itself in liberal how water so i naturally went unchecked pan i asked google whose rick edelman.
"gugel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Then mayo they've might have something there but a otherwise i'd it seemed it just seems a little late to the game me yet for us in europe the um you know amazon echo and the gugel home aren't very accessible i mean they're not sold in i don't think even on amazon yet porim's google playstore very limited amounts envi the highquality angle that apple is pushing might uh get some people interested but you know as you said i think as he said um i think apple is go cell to apple customers any way so it's not even really the the same targets mike obtrusive you use any of these voiced by foreign further down as on gubler or siri now i don't end our it's probably not going to surprise you that um and some of this is paranoia at when when all you got to hammer everthing looks like an alien when you spend your entire life of looking at how people hack each other and pursuing computer crime you developed whether a rational are not a kind of an interest in and in the gates closed so it makes me super uncomfortable anything that's ccp ip enables anything that has some kind of an accident to even through vpns even through an encrypted connection to the internet raises my radar ad and dumbed the reality of it is in a lot of cases manufacturers don't give you the kind of admin access that i would need to be comfortable two on lockdown and secure of these devices um i don't even have up yes or.
"gugel" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"A single user request hits gugel servers a user is looking for search results maybe they're looking for cat pictures in order to deliver those search results that request will have to hit several different internal services on the way to delivering a user response these different services work together to satisfy that user request and all of those services need to communicate efficiently they need to scale and they need to be secure services need to have a consistent way of being observable allowing four logging and monitoring among those different services and services need to have a proper management system for security since every service wants these different features like communication and load balancing insecurity it makes sense to build these features into a common system that can be deployed to every server lewis ryan has spent his years at gugel working on service infrastructure during that time he seen massive changes in the way that traffic flows through google first there was the rise of android and all of the user traffic from mobile phones and second there was the rise of google cloud platform which meant that gugel was now responsible for nodes deployed by users outside of google these two major changes mobile and cloud led to an increase in the amount of traffic and the type of traffic all of this traffic leads to more internal services communicating with each other how to service networking change in such an environment that's one thing we're going to discuss today googles adaptation to these new networking conditions was to introduce a service mash a service meshes a network for services it provides observability resiliency traffic control and other features to every service that plugs into it each service needs to plug into these sir.
"gugel" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur
"Great question and i'm gonna give you a one reason why it is very important to have i am a firm believer in the open web and i had this is you know i it was disruptive to the existing content channels existing entities really even enterprise marketing channels at that point x highly highly disruptive but at the end of the day you need to have you need to have your own space it it is good to diversify i think the best marketers have have spread themselves out a little bit not the focus to highly in one channel where everything is dependent upon that channel i'll give you an example here recently i've been on gugel i've had my google id since two thousand four i think my google email address and i was using i started getting invoices from some of my my people and my team and i are pay them through gugel wallet will google flag the transaction through google wallet and google payment and they said because you're paying a high amount we find this a suspicious and without any warning they banned my account they said you were kicked out a google payments there is no getting back in and you're toast you cannot make google payments will guess what google payments is required to get into google drive and to run ads words all of the sudden i've been kicked out i am i am a part of a a caste system and there is no getting back in i tried to appeal um i try i called their uh their support line they they the point being without going into the whole thing it was it up ended my world okay being dependent on google and not being able to get back in i was rethinking the whole thing i have to get an independent payment system at cetera cetera but the point is if you become too dependent to this to this frankly faceless these faceless entities it can be very disconcerting you have to build your own.
"gugel" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And it promotes free speech and expression online as well so i i talked to recurs lyle whose uh the head of the singularity university and and consultant for gugel an and everybody else and we talked about this at one point the kind of halfjokingly about you know if google can monitor all of the stuff and and and see what people are search ching for if if somebody's searching for a better way to make a better gugel lie with koogle ever allow them to do that are you concerned at all about the rise of these gigantic corporations that are that are bigger than some countries in their power leica gugel i mean google pretty much were at wrote the uh the net neutrality bill in a growing concern i think in some holes in washington and around the country and a part of the argument i made earlier this week is that you should practice what you preach have you come to the fcc saying we need these heavyhanded regulations to be applied to one part of the internet economy but bow don't regulate me uh you you you should be consistent in how you up for your business and that's part of the reason why i said that we need to have a level playing field everyone should play by the same rules and the government certainly shouldn't be picking winners and losers and dispensing regulatory favors to those companies are parts of the industry that it favours at any given point in time how does that neutrality ben it's it's a company like google in her two small guy well i think the primary ways it's essentially saying that uh if you're and online content provider uh you get rules of the road that are going to favour you that uh you you essentially have the ability to pursue your business model without regulation but the the companies that run the networks that have to invest in those networks are free to egypt two simply build out other networks than manage them appropriately in so of that's pretty useful to companies that are sending and.
"gugel" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Swiss borders wide open i'm here ready to answer just about any question you've got about healthcare i can't answer it we will point you in the right direction and you'll be amazed how many listeners actually have the answer effect i had a a very pleasant young man come to my clinic just at closing time two nights ago i was working the closing shift at the urging care vouch for the pleasant uh and he came in with separate concern about little white ish bumps than hottie of bumps just a little white ish texture looked like very very small acne on his lip and to tell you the truth i'd seen at once or twice in my career in my trading i'd forgotten the name of it but he came in and rightfully so he and his very pleasant young girlfriend were concerned that maybe this was infectious or contagious and they both wanted to make sure they were taking good care of themselves and being proactive but he'd already gone on the internet is amazing what is out there dr gugel is the male friend somewhat unfriendly reference that everybody makes now to the internet of things and just what you can see out there but they had a very appropriate interpretation an impression of that which was they wanted to make sure what they had read was correct and that they weren't missing something else sure if you if you do things rightness very easy to find pretty much anybody can do it but the tragedy happens when somebody misdiagnosis themselves because they can't put into perspective or they got that information that fake news if you want to call it that most everybody knows you have to be very careful but what you find on the internet don't trust everything you read in here you need to know what the.
"gugel" Discussed on WDRC
"Have the technology you have the ability did you use the technology but what did the police departments then do with it and how does that play into the data that you have it's complicated subject for sure but e proves the quality of the data is on one hand but opens up a couple of pitfalls for racism and on the other hand now how above the new updates for google system and how there's some hope people of some pretty cool stuff and frankly i was a little bit surprised that had to go back and might note to realize that he did he do this stuff that they just announced one of the the thing that surprise me is i can now say hey gugel home turn off the lights as opposed to saying hey google home telhami lighting system called this that i would like to dig to it simplified a lot of things it also has added a number of different languages which they think is pretty exciting you and i were joking about this before you can now right apps and spanish which frankly i would have thought that would have been something that could happen but the these things take time spanishitalian in a porch he's an indian english so new updates to google home it tells me two things if you back it up a little bit number one it tells me the google is serious about home that they're willing to kinda put more money and keep developing it and keep up that fight with amazon alexa it also tells me that they feel like they're getting some traction in the marketplace everyone is heard of amazon everyone hers of of alexa i don't see a lot of people out there with the global home so apparently somebody's buying them the developers are making apps for them brian one last quick question do you think that all these apps and all these phones and smartphones especially dan gugel and alexa is this going to have a love ling effect on language and.
"gugel" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The second thing is that we have this grand tradition in our country of anti monopoly laws and they fallen into a bit of disuse over the course of the last several decades but um those those laws are there they need to be updated to take into account some of the different ways in which these companies function but again this is just entirely consistent with our history that we've we've had these monopolies in the past the postal service was in fact the first communications monopoly and we constrain the postal service when it was tempted to get into the telegraph business and then when a monopoly got into the telegraph business western union we we again created pressure were they feared nationalization and so they were reluctant to get into the telephone business and so on down through the generations until you get to the case against microsoft that actually scared microsoft at a time when gugel was emerging and i've talked to a lot of people a google and they suggest that if if the government had an act against microsoft there wouldn't have been space for google so it's possible to regulate in a way that in fact encourages innovation sometimes i feel like americans enjoy these monopolies function you know it'll it allows all kinds of to cut a wild things to happen year maybe people are more into the efficiency or eased than into the protection of their data i enjoy these monopolies too but i think the stakes are extremely high and because our democracies in state because our privacy is at stake because are very very definition of the human species is at stake i think we need to be lead to proceed with extreme degrees of scepticism in care.
"gugel" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"I mean it every it's shame put wh where else does the actual copley lead them to we have a new ugly exist suddenly shifted everything from the sir the beim a trunk development to our side bridge that's gotta and of life and that might be worth late on something but we've there's always england's intramural julie in the background but dutch think it's interesting tools that he made such a point out of saying android and that he was not using an iphone because right now i think gugel is the bigger threat to microsoft and apple is like increasingly apple and microsoft the overlap on potential consumers i think is getting smaller and smaller but gugel is taking this big move towards software and services again kinda like microsoft's bread and butter you know i like i said i tend to prefer working in word by you know google docks could easily replace what i'm doing if if i wanted it to and i wouldn't have to pay for my yearly office subscription to boot you know so it's those kinds of things that i thought it was really interesting that i i think the more dangerous competitor for microsoft is the one that you talked about for picking up a new phone i mean i think he is pretty savvy enough to know that there are both sides to the whole opensource thing which has always been a fair fairer stir that's very evidence you vetoed being part of euro it it's not just google it's the individual early arms that play a part in making that ecosystem happen so we in terms of doing more or less data which to microsoft if he's still if he you know he is always got that in the back of his mind i think android would have been the after all solution out.
"gugel" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Which is really quite gross if you're going to include the entire memo you really should include charts and links demonstrating that it substantiated is not just some crazy person some men's right activist radical whose issuing all of this information i wanna go through this because it's so moderate this particular memo and the left is treating it as insane anyway so this metal begins remember it's all about gugel which is the largest company in the united states i believe are is is google bigger than apple and they those two are in a competition i'm not sure by gugel is obviously the most powerful force on the internet anyway and google is very angry about the so the guy from who'll writes this he says i value diversity and inclusion i'm not denying that sexism exists in don't endorse using stereotypes okay so already we have started off with somebody who's moderate oak has not somebody who's coming in and just trying to shock okay this is not feminism is cancer the memo okay this is this is something differences when addressing the gap in representation in the population we need to look at population level differences in distributions if we can't have an honest discussion about this we can ever truly solve the problem psychological safety is built on mutual respect and acceptance but unfortunately our culture of shaming a misrepresentation is disrespectful and unacceptable to anyone outside its echo chamber and then he goes on to explain why it is that men are being paid differently than women a google in why the employment is different and one of the things that he talks about is something that lawrence summers the former president of harvard whose ousted from mentioning this this little fact and nobody wants to talk about is the bell curve when it comes to distributions regarding math and science so when it comes to men versus women there are brain differences on average between men and women their individual lemon hooper lap before meant their individual men who outperform women okay that bona on talk that individuals now we are talking about the broad scope of humanity so we are really talking about on average so if you'll get the bell curve old women the bell curve for women in in the maths and sciences.
"gugel" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson
"The standalone gps market was hot that is until google came along and released an app that will change everything in two thousand the tech giant released a mobile version of their gugel map software available free of charge and capable of being downloaded to any smartphone shock waves were felt throughout the entire gps industry we have grown to a tremendous space and so you have ever a young organization in a way where we've been recruiting a lot of people were trying to establish a culture and we have a worldwide presence and we'd been disrupted at the same time uh i can tell you it wasn't an easy uh i think what what kept us together as a strong leadership team so we can of held our own and we also in at this vision of where we wanted to go and i think that kept his going tom tom's vision to become a mapping company rather than a mapping device company today tom tom is one of the biggest map makers in the world having struck deals with several major automotive companies who rely on tomtoms maps to fuel their own gps systems it's been a strategy that has not only kept them afloat but enabled them to continue thriving in the face of what otherwise would have been an industry ending disruption mobile gps enabled smartphones the become so ubiquitous that it's hard to imagine a world without them it was a market in which gugel was clearly the market leader then a young israeli startup called ways came along and threatened to disrupt goupil.