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"harvard stanford" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
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"Know i always wrote to explain by you know okay. We are now on this podcast. Right with a lot of verbal information in your one hundred eighty plus episodes. I if we and we do recording this session. Let's assume we wanna get the professional trump's of it. But why do i mean by professional translate. I mean verbatim. Transcript one hundred percent accurate ward by ward. And you can. He might terrible israeli accent ride so is really difficult for the i in speech recognition engines out there to take everything one hundred percent correctly right. So if we're thinking about professional ashtros caption the way it's been done today. Fully many many many moms and pops the transcription fully manual listening to intact. Scratch grant limited capacity scale low rush margins in koo sticker successor and as mentioned the speech recognition technology is not their riches to a five percent perhaps even sometimes a bit more than that but usually eighty eighty five and there are some use cases that this level of accuracy is not good enough and we are very we are technological description former always like insane only three words what we're doing and we have a really interesting unique approach of hybrid model of the speech recognition that we are developing and building in house with at marketplace in community of twenty two thousand freelancers from all around the globe the take automated Of our ai mega correction where needed in order. To bring it to the you know the the one hundred percent or the ninety nine point nine percent accuracy and every time that making the corrections is supervised learning through the speech. Engine that's better and better over time. This is really high level in in the the use cases of professional prescription is really really brought. So he has made the market at thirty billion dollar addressable market and and they can give you some example of the use cases that we we are focusing so you have education in legal. Those are the two major use cases. Did we of today so education. There's regulation of ada america's ability that forced all universities to make the content searchable accessible with hearing problem right. Now we've covered everything shift to to distance learning remote learning rydin and based on this law every content that had been uploaded to web need to be transcribed and we as today. We have more than five hundred. Enterprise customers Harvard stanford researcher. Except that we are serving to do the the professional transcript. Put them and then delete vertical. It's many around deposition transcript so you know if you are a law firm and you you wanna get. The position usually give cold to the reporting agencies that while they're doing their in facilitating the Vanden and scheduling it with all the parties involved. The witnesses the lawyers except for our pre covid. They give physical place to the position. Now everything's been done resumed than the record. The session ending the trance. Game of those position we had their partner to help them. With those professional at the positions. Those are only two use cases that many many other such media healthcare finance and the list goes on and on grading this huge opportunity. Thirty billion addressable market is really kind of legacy market so we are innovating And kind of disrupting this
"harvard stanford" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Or infections of So apparently Harvard, Stanford, Oxford epidemiologist Don't know Epidemiology. That's the argument you get from Dr Fauci. This guy's the James Comey of public health officials as in the worst Hunter Biden in China that's coming up. Stick around the information you need shows you love. Don't voice of New York W O R and I aren't radio stations. We have 65 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies at eight o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Greenfield, The man who was seen scaling the side of The New York Times Building this afternoon is in police custody. Dressed in all black, he could be seen climbing the location at Eighth Avenue and 40th Street, eventually entering a window at this point is, motive is unclear. Governor, Cuomo says the National Governors Association sent a letter to President Trump seeking clarity on what will happen if a covert 19 vaccines successfully developed. James Flipping is more Havenaar. Cuomo, whose chair of the National Governors Association this year says there's numerous questions and no easy answers about what would happen next. Once a vaccine is produced. Well, the military will do it well, The states will do it. CDC will do it. It's not that simple. And it's very expensive, he asked, How would it be stored? Who would administer it? And what happens if people don't trust that it works? Cuomo says he'll set up a state commission to study and then potentially sign off on any vaccine. James Flippen. W O R New former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is admitting he was wrong not to wear a mask after being hospitalized for Corona virus. He got the respiratory illness after he attended a White House event and you also help President Trump prepare for the first presidential debate, all without wearing any sort of protective face covering only told the New York Times he ended up in the I C U for several days. And he said he believed the White House was a safe zone. But he was wrong. He's now warning folks from mask up and protect themselves and others. Vice President Mike Pence honoring pilots killed under Fidel Castro's rule while visiting the Memorial Carbonneau in Miami, Florida. Think of heroes like Carlos Causton. Mario Della Penna. They were called brothers to the rescue. They flew missions attempting to locate Cuban refugees trying to stay communist tyranny of cast so they could drop relief supplies on the radio their position. The men were shot down over international waters on orders from Castro. He spoke after an introduction by the first ever Latina lieutenant governor. And that's Noone's newness was bored to Cuban parents who fled to the U. S. While their country was under Castro's rule and alleged unemployment benefit scam that was bilking taxpayers has been busted. ABC is Chuck's Iverson with the details. Man was arrested in August, accused of using fake unemployment, debit cards, a secret service agent Jacob Sanko, money laundering. Unemployment case that led to others accused of illegally profiting off the cove..
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"And then you gotta look in the showroom and then got a test drive and then sit at the desk, and then they got to show you your options and they're like L.. We don't have a car with the cooled seats. So in order to get back car, we gotta pull it from. Scratch, and you're like for Fuck Sake. When's IT GONNA. Be like six and a half weeks. But also the new thousand twenty ones are coming out at the beginning of November and they'll have the new technology and you're like, this is a bamboozle moment from the moment I get in here, the moment I fucking get in here. So anyways, join me along on the journey I'll let you know what happens, but I'm about to just order something online had that. That shit delivered like fuck and Amazon purchase. If I can order a Dildo Online, I should be able to order a car that just shows up to the frigging door signed sealed, delivered your mind. On that note, I'm fired up Rack rix getting me crazy. I'm fired up and I know you fired up because I was listening some of these voicemails and it's just the dumbest shit and I appreciate the dumb Shit because keeping at a base level of. Of, just like remembering what we're really dealing with, which is everyone's got dumber this year but calls are getting so dumb, we all need to go out and travel again experienced life. So we can enrich ourselves with some fucking human experience. So we can get our brains back. Literally, no one is going to be an MIT. No one is going to be joining Harvard Stanford any of those schools in the next couple years because we've all gone back forty. Forty years mentally. So any him? All right, let's get into it. Let's get into these voicemails just fucking ranting and raving I love each and every one of you. Thanks for being here. I have anxiety through the roof. These days I mean, it's just it's sky high. You know what? I? mean. It's whole Cogan level anxiety, but you know the good thing is I've been taking the edge off in a very natural cool way, and that's with feels CBD. C can be complicated, and honestly it's kind of crazy when you look at what's on the market, you're like, Oh, God. I don't know what I'm getting like wh. Where's this come from? The good thing about feels though is ever free CD hotline to help you guide you through the discovery process of figuring out what for you, like? No, which CBD is right for you. Honestly. CD changed the game. I take a couple of droplets at. At night, of the fields brand and it just kind of like didn't see. Didn't give you like that. THC High it just kind of calms, your central nervous system. So you feel relaxed and feel at ease and it kind of curbs that anxiety. But you don't feel like you're on drugs June. I mean because you're not on drugs because it's all natural, just CB can help you naturally reduce stress, anxiety, pain, sleeplessness you just. Just place a few drops or in my case of the whole dropper underneath your done and feel different within minutes. Literally, this is what we go to sleep..
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Dreams and for thirty years they've been making it better rocket mortgage push but in get mortgage we did some CBA talk earlier in the show over the weekend we did find out that the NFL will have labor peace through twenty thirty is a new CBA was met Brenda big Manistee joined us earlier he's the player rep for the Denver Broncos he said thirty two player reps did vote it was seventeen fourteen and one in favor of passing the CBA and then ninety one thousand nine hundred seventy eight total players voted and it was one thousand in nineteen ten nine fifty nine and we do have a new CBA so very close on the numbers will get some more insight on this now as a member of the NFLPA executive committees their vice president in Sam acho is kind enough to join us did play with the cardinals bears and also for some of this past season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers he's on the Zach gill just sent thanks for coming on how are you I'm great how are you they grabbed me well I'm doing fantastic and it's good to finally get you on because back in twenty fifteen I actually interviewed your brother Emmanuel acho when I was working in Philadelphia we interviewed him for a story because some girl tweeted about in high school and said if I can get a certain amount of retweets could you come to my prom he said shared ten thousand the next thing you know your brother's going to a prom so I know what your brother's second prom experience was like I'm wondering though before we get into the CBA talk how was your prom experience yeah so we would really use your doctor how cold we really do what kind of problem now granted I was buying for prom king and I want folks talk about that but experience out I'm a competitor and a lot of different ways and so pretty like that never happens waiting prompting that was that was a big deal then probably when prompting yeah without a doubt it's obviously winning a lot when anything is fine you got to be hard well I don't ochre after going to great lengths to block on my classmate my teammates back to school I thought you were looking for a black man out of pretty cool accomplishment is there might be you know in in high school you probably your book we have the most likely Q. and it might work looks like the plan F. Allen twenty I didn't believe it up like I think we owe it to our mark what eighty people are graduating class so I think about what prompted you to look likely to and it brings back fond memories so what was the first time that you actually thought you could do this for a living and get to the NFL Sam acho it would mark your cover before my junior year in college so I went to the university of Texas I even before that though I would call private school called Saint mark's school of Texas a we have a hundred percent graduation rate many of our school where you're going to you know Harvard Stanford Yale I don't have contracts corporate records obviously Keisel academic review boards with dark and so I ended up getting discovered you will find you if he had heard about the cool that the time I got a scholarship all the while trying to go to Texas but even there I believe I went back again I thought your background with one where it would got incomparable struggle like a lot of god even the NFL I got your preferred background in both respect path of life to make you and I realize that you got to be different so the summer before my junior year if what kind of for lack of better terms deciding this is the path all going to go on a doctor he'd open up doors I just walk right Sam acho here with us on the Zach guild show Brenda McManus told us earlier he voted no for the C. B. I know following you on Twitter that you've been very positive and you did vote yes for you what was the deciding factor in for you to vote yes and why is this a good deal for the players yeah a lot of it for me what was provided in fact the players that you saw on the video click here on Instagram about your acting boat no vote no vote no but no one could walk like all right lip provides a perspective from someone who yes and here's why I would vote yes for my reasoning here that we got what we asked for you know you think about a dealer to get your straight here what what what make a list and you try to get those things and for a sexually being tired yeah we got what we asked for increased minimum we got it we offer better benefits we got it we have to take care of the core player which is not used to Chris Darby Dr Ricky but the guy can fill the roster and we got it and so for the got a great deal but there are other guys like it's not that big of a deal so they're guys who maybe are making big parks our computer for anti package delivery with a look at that you'll hear some doctors very hate helpful Katie is it should be the number one priority there is no reason I would play seventeen games the matter what I look at the bad deal either got to say Hey you're great I believe that your pretty bad deflect ten years ago when getting back into your core that the party be eighty four before down parts yeah to take advantage of the owners so let's say no to this your next really provocative turned him over the head and look at what we got a bad deal for the Gabon but your group number one want to increase the minimum who wanted better benefits wanted wider practice schedule it's a great deal is there may be a thing or two I know you said you got me mainly what you want but when you do a deal you know you don't get everything is there still a thing or two that you look at and say man I really got we wish we got that yeah there's really to create a particular I really don't like about your number one I'm bill benefits for former players increase pretty much across the board there is one major area that I hate about your hobby or not if it is called a total and permanent disability and so there's a couple different groups of players the card is activated you have to be players who filed for Colin T. and P. which you're pretty much means that you have an injury from football that does not allow you to work and so their builder increases in every other benefit he creates an increase in P. for an activity which is the group of players who bought thirteen Pete Coleman permit disability within the last within fifteen years of their playing career well other lacking it sold for that group attacks a little bit more difficult to get he used to be able to go through social security for your local state and get get call security disability you also get the NFL what do you do you can no longer go through social security could only go to the NFL and a lot of guys I've heard really really bad what that's what I'm trying to do what about you guys might regain some of the other actor exactly committee members try to find ways to solve that and rectify the situation number one number two minimum bill we had a minimum increase again repeat back what we wanted to but they got that one seven hundred fifty thousand dollars minimum amount that NFL player get ballots are gold and you would get that so we'll go with bumped up by a hundred thousand for some young little over that for others you can get up to that the market doesn't get there until two or two or three years from now and so those areas that I don't really let the doctor you'll obviously look at that this is not going to lie and also the hold out Dalkey very loud you know they're bad data to find players for holding out hate that part of the deal as well but overall it's a good deal Sam acho here with us in the vacuum show on CBS sports radio he's part of the NFLPA executive committee serving as their vice president there's gonna be labor peace now the new CBA through twenty thirty what do you say to the player that voices opinion and says that we rush this deal we shouldn't have done this deal now you say what world record acquired the one player every record that way I would date I don't believe the rest of Europe they we've been for the last four years ago preparing for work stoppage lockout for the last two years are still asking god what they want the last one year about right about one year ago but when you're with a girl he eighty with the orders call her back I would say we didn't actually get to go straight into the coaching staff I thank you asked about what the person that who said we shouldn't take the echo that personality trait you have the right to your own opinion I can see where you're coming from the server that we don't we're both on the record your baby we went back to work hard on what we should or shouldn't be alive I love the position that it could be and that's what the guy walk at all well most of the position that I don't know how much better would you give it up Sam and anyone else who already thousand guys yes the owners want their money they're not recur a lockout or strike they will come back to the table let's say no to this get more info about nine hundred fifty nine Gabby said voted no well sixty more guys out of your bank account within the next year so voted yes and took the dealer so I'm I would Google got your right here if you're right with god with your body kind of got a bit longer average waits yeah but you know and I know it the reason why I strike and it's number one it's bad for us fans but really it's some guys need paycheck to paycheck other guys you know that I've made a lot of money in their career they could afford to strike it afford to hold out but for some guys a little bit of a bump is it goes a long way and I think that a lot of the reason why a lot of guys voted yes now can help you to that opportunity so think about this when you have an opportunity when the owners actually come to the table early in the past year or two thousand fifteen hundred meal geography and with an opt out after after that sleep five years will two years of the deal builders and we are opting out of this deal only by the way we're talking about why do they do that well two thousand six with you without a doubt the nature of the financial crisis it's also the only thing they're like why are we giving all this money let's get get get out of the hole and left him over there and that they give to the people that say well you should have an opt out if you'll take your too long I'll just point back documents state if we have an opt out that means that they also have an opt out so you may not want to go that route now to your point back about maybe we're not ready for stock I think that a lot of the reason why I could not I'm just looking at our constituents you keep down the cliff yeah hi and all trying to come together Sekolah Kok difficult but not only that there's that there's that there's a button on it so the clauses that I believe the guys were ready nine hundred fifty nine guys voted dealt with your vote no that means you're ready for for striker for a lock out or what kind of work stoppage and so I believe that the guy what is now the way that we got we got we the players without a way to come together and and.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Go so yesterday where I teach a class in my class is still in there I don't have been in my whole life the world to fear Jeffersonville regards third agency for out of control all kinds of things and thus far that already I think would at level like even if as a progressive you would leave as I do that I should be paying higher taxes I know what you do Congress to start thinking about the present emergency power what a fine group of citizens don't you think Harvard Stanford University nor Caroline I'm sure they're very very proud that these three funkeys are now in their impeachment report eight and a half hours of this my recommendation don't send your kids to law school I went to law school I understand I am mark mark please please it's even worse than it was thirty years ago actually my case forty years ago we're surrounded by these left wing cokes I'll be right back I want to talk to you about an organization that's doing important work on college campuses across this country in only seven years Charlie Kirk in his team a turning point USA have created a conservative grassroots force organizing in training students at nearly fifteen hundred colleges over two hundred and fifty thousand students folks I love turning point because they're making a real difference and with your support don't train up our own army of conservatives to take the fight to the campus radicals everywhere they're playing offense not defense and it's working but they also need.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"For thank this is what he wishes for I want the right to carry weapons love to be a good golfer I wish would be energy independent Sean Hannity I wish I didn't have this awareness today and find you three twelve hundred double double way I professors at Harvard Stanford University Alaina I'm not mentioning Charlie because they didn't ask him any questions early is opening statements all my did you got dangerously thin stuff to go on here not sure you'd be doing is I don't support drum but I think this is the same nor to him he's up there just for show he's up there just to make it look like there's some kind of balance but here is fifty seconds of audio it's actually from video that brand par scale is posted this to the to trump fundraising campaign ad and these are the three lawyers Michael gal harden all Feldman Pamela Karlan three where it says here that the witness is there anything but they are they're testifying how horrible Donald Trump is and how he used his power but they are nothing booked over left waiting hacks that's what they are first and then they are law professors second and this audio comprises statements these three you may as soon as two weeks after the election in two thousand sixteen I.
House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Hearings Start Today
"The house impeachment inquiry enters another stage later today when the Judiciary Edition Committee begins its hearings on the probe into president trump's dealings with Ukraine as NPR's miles parks reports. The panel will hear from a number of law professors on on what constitutes an impeachable offense. The constitution is actually fairly vague. On what specific actions should be considered impeachable describing them only as treason bribery. ABRY and other high crimes and misdemeanors legal experts from Harvard Stanford the University of North Carolina and George Washington University will weigh in on whether president trump's actions actions toward Ukraine could fall under those categories now the Intelligence Committee has released its investigative report. It's up to the judiciary panel to determine which if any articles impeachments should be drafted. The committee also features some of the president's staunchest defenders including Jim Jordan from Ohio and Doug Collins from Georgia miles parks. NPR News News
"harvard stanford" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And professors and scientists from MIT Harvard Stanford and a dozen other universities do you think the secretary general of NATO or the former prime ministers of Norway Canada or Spain or the late Charles Krauthammer or Philip hamburger distinguished professor of law at Columbia Law School would make a video for an extreme or hate filled site the idea is not only preposterous it is a smear yeah Google which owns YouTube has restricted access to fifty six of our three hundred and twenty five minute videos and two other videos we produce restricted means families that have a filter to avoid **** and violence cannot see that video it also means that no school or library can show that video Google has even restricted access to a video on the ten commandments as we have seen yes the ten commandments we have repeatedly asked Google why our videos are restricted no explanation is ever give but of course we know why because they come from a conservative perspective liberals and conservatives differ on many issues but they have always agreed that free speech must be preserved while the left has never supported free speech liberals always half I fear for appeal to liberals to join us in fighting on behalf of America's crowning glory free speech otherwise I promise you one day you will say first they came after conservatives and I said nothing and then they came after me and there was no one left to speak up for me thank you thank you Mr breaker Mr can't good afternoon senator Cruz ranking member her Ono and members of the committee you for the opportunity that was Dennis Prager she heard is giving his opening statement if he said something else will go back to one about the censorship that he has experienced with his pregnant versus the videos I have the same difficulty with epic time videos that I do on a several of them were quote demonetized close quote by you to we protested and then they were re monetize but they shouldn't have been for close in the first place there's no nudity no chase scenes no sex no violence no profanity just as they said a perspective from a conservative point of view and apparently that's a something that these large platforms so much cater to now here's what Pelosi said on the house floor about this motion to condemned the president for his alleged racist tweets every single member of this institution democratic and Republican to join us in condemning the president's racist tweets to do anything less would be a shocking rejection of our values and a shameful abdication of our oath of office to protect the American people I urge thank you know that the balance of my house is going to give the gentle speaker of the house if you would like to rephrase that comment I had to clear my remarks as a parliamentarian before I read them thank words be taken down the gentleman's words I can now the chair will remind all members please please do not make comments toward personnel to the east our personal those comments kellyanne Conway had a very interesting exchange with this reporter was not telling hi hi this will cover for the return they're supposed to countries which countries what's referred what's your ethnicity this is one of several question my ancestors are from Ireland and Italy this is not relevant to the question you're asking about he said originally said originally from Hey you know everything is said since and to have a full the version five we will go back to the what if I already commented on that and he said a lot about yeah he's tired he we a lot of us are sick and tired of this country of America coming last the people who swore an oath of office sick and tired of our military being denigrated sick and tired of the customs and border patrol people that I would put protection people I was with for overwhelmingly Hispanic by the way McAllen Texas sick and tired of that being no you don't understand being criticized grand to save people who are drowning toward taking other people's babies into custody and I bring them in feeding them looking the other way while people are running across with judge how that's going president triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. we come back I'll tell you that reporter is.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"There were overweight at fifty percent of them, were overrated, or over weight or obese throughout their lives. Sixty percent of the men in thirty percent of the women have smoked for if smoked more than two picks today. We have the woman who died two hundred and ten celebrating over ninety years of two packs of cigarettes smoking. We outlet to these people just have amazing Jean exam trying to figure out exactly because it's in spite of that. So while I'm telling you, they didn't less than fifty percent exercise. I'm talking walking or housework. Only two percent were vegetarian. So. So I'm not saying that exercising obesity and stuff are not important. I'm just saying that those people were protected, and that's what makes them more interested because what is the biological protection that they have, what are the longevity genes that they have that protects them and get them to be healthy for so long. So we have a lot of centenarians, whiff seven hundred centenarians in their families. And one of the this is. Where's has his this is at Albert Einstein college of medicine and we've accumulating, those centenarians, I can tell you more about it, but the first thing we wanted to ask is, is their health spin in life span goes together because if they're sick when other people go seek at age seventy than would would what can they teach us? But in fact, they're accumulation of diseases, also twenty thirty years, more than controls our controls those without longevity at age eighty only ten percent of them. Don't have any major disease are centenarians even over the age of hundred thirty percent of them don't have a disease. But this is not really the, the most important thing. The important thing is that at the end of their lives. They have what we scientists call a contraction of mobility they. And much less time being sick. They spend much less time dying. Exactly. And, and by the way, this was confirmed by other studied from the CDC the center of disease control, that looked at the at the actually medical costs in the last two years of life of somebody who dies after age of hundred versus those who die off today of seventy and its third. The cost as soon as you be even less than that. 'cause after your hundred and you feel like you're going to die, you just check out. You don't do all these extraordinarily things to try to hang in there and hang out with your grandkids, or whatever the heck it wouldn't be exactly. But that's the contraction over BT. And that's why we know that we can extend health spend because there's a human exemple for them. Stick around for more science rules after this. We all deserve to be able to further our knowledge. That's what the great courses is are all about. So they make it possible to learn from from people who are very good. The brightest minds in the business professors from universities around the world, dropping a few names, right, Harvard Stanford, Yale big time, big names, and it's college level learning everybody, and you just sit there with your laptop your phone machine. Download the great courses plus app, and you can watch you can stream it. You can turn it.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government
"So if we're talking about ticket can fill in gaps. I actually like Warren booted similar reasons, I because I just here's the problem with comma Harris, come here is like kind of an okay candidate for like some kind of basic level things, but she has a real issue with polling support in the heartland when you talk about the coastal kids who are most fueling a drag in the heartland Harris's, very very close to the top that list. I actually don't like viability wise. I think Buddha JR. Does add a likability calming effect? Millennial fact a little cool factor to the warranty kit and kind of roths or it. Sands off some of the rough edges of Warren. Nice little balancing affect their man woman thing going on there too. If I'm talking about my like just dream ticket like of this possible field right now. I think I'm actually with worn and Yang. I like Andrew Young. I think that he's funny. I think one of the things that I really like about him is that he's a parent of child special needs. And as such he is actually aware of the needs of that community that has been terribly terribly underserved by the Affordable Care Act and just politicians generally. It's very hard to raise a child with special needs. And I'm pro choice, obviously. But the other part. Of being pro choice, at least in my mind is that if a family decides that they want to raise a child with special needs. I want them to have all the government help thin need to do that. I I respect that choice, and we should be helping people in that Yang dust that. So I'd like to see him. But also just have this very fun meta vice presidency where he's sort of abused by the weird contours of the job. This very weird job. He'd be a great VP. I respect that. He is the father of a special needs child. I think that is a perspective that sorely lacking. In American politics in audit. Come from someone who is not Sarah Palin at the same time. I don't think there's any chance that Andreanne given makes it to the debates, and I don't think it's worth talking about. No, he's going to make it to the bed. So you are completely wrong because he's already qualified. Well, yes, I know even if he makes the debates I don't know how far he can make it beyond that he can have a little Brigham moment. I'll take this conversational. But further I think that it booted can have that breakout moment, I think Yang can as well because he's authentic because he answers questions straight because he's willing to talk about policies. He actually Yeng is in between Buddha in Warren. So I actually think Yang Jin the good zone right now. Okay. Well, you can't count on someone having a breakout moment. So if he does have it, then I will happily eat my words, but I am not going to put any money behind that. Last question. What accounts for who in Castro's Villier to watch because I'm paper, this guy seems like the complete package not happening there. It's gonna come down to communications because you have so much to work with here. And his campaign is just not utilizing everything he has to offer. So I had to magin that he's getting some very bad advice. Harvard Stanford in Obama administration Latino Molyneaux will is. He's not branding well in the millennial stuff at all you make he feels much older than he is even though he looks young because he's done nothing actually lean into that part of the identity. He did come out with an immigration policy, and I went through that. And that is very much to his credit..
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Report after the bell live from the fresh baked interest Ascom, Bill Maloney, Charlie. Thank you, very much, Bill Maloney and to hear live breaking news over your Bloomberg type squawk S Q U A W K on your terminal. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash. You so much Charlie. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. I'm Jason Kelly alongside Carol Massar. And this is Bloomberg radio. Businessweek is known. Well, a lot of things, but it's especially known for its closely followed business school rankings. In fact, Jason IRA at Stanford fiscal just last month as it was ranked number one among the US MBA programs. A magazine now out with another list. It's the global rankings of business schools in here to talk about it is Caleb. Solomon senior editor at Bloomberg news in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York City nice to have you back with us. I mean, these are lists that are so closely. Followed tells about the global rankings, and is it very similar in terms of the criteria for the list. That's put together for US MBA schools exact same criteria, except it's global and this is our first global ranking of business schools in past years, Bloomberg used to rank US schools, which we did again this year, right, and it ranked international schools, and it called it. An international ranking which meant schools, not based in the United States that didn't make any sense. That's how the world works s that how students think that's an alumni think. So this year for the first time. And London business school or in the same list is as Harvard Stanford and McGill, right? The US. The US schools. Still have a pretty distinct advantage because a lot of this list. Looks like the one we talked about a month ago. You're exactly right. The top of the list. The top tier is dominated by US schools. Stanford comes out number one again. Wharton number two Harvard number three you have to go to number ten before you find the first school. It's not from the US, which is I m d out of Switzerland. And it's interesting too. I love how you remind everybody about the kind of the facets that you look into when you're doing the rankings. What who you're talking to what you wanna now? Sure. Thanks. So we we mostly survey base. We surveyed to twenty six thousand six hundred ninety nine students alumni, I remember I sat number. This is someone who is very involved as you can tell we've been doing this awhile students alumni and employers who recruit at business school campuses. And when you some standard metrics at all schools provide so from that, and we also one of the key things we ask them what is actually most important to you about going to business school. What do you want most? And not surprisingly what they want. Most as compensation. To make more money. And so we have a compensation index, and we have three others that are pretty important but compensation far and away the most important thing in our ranking, and what we learned is graduates of US schools make a lot more money than graduates of schools outside. Why is that what's the analysis there? I'm curious about that is it just name recognition or what its geography so US companies pay more and while international students everywhere an important component of business schools. Most students most graduates stay in the country where they went to school. So if you stayed in the US, whether you're starting in the in the US to begin with or coming from overseas, you stayed in the US, and you probably came out with much higher compensation. So wanna ask you about going back to that criteria a little bit? You know, entrepreneurship was something. We talked a lot about it really helped Stanford really differentiate itself it felt like in the right? He's we talked about a while ago. Same case here as you look globally is entrepreneurship as important at some of the. The non US schools. It is I mean entrepreneurship is just now woven into the fabric of most business schools. Whether you want to be an entrepreneur or work in a startup or working, really large company, the principles of entrepreneurship or key. And what we found is we have an entrepreneurship index, and we found that three of schools outside of the US where the top ten in that in that index which were east side, and I from Spain and in Seattle. France. Yeah. I'm curious about some of the other global business schools MBA programs that made it onto the less because I do feel like they're not the names we talk about often. But I'm thinking our audience is certainly a global one and are probably interested to see who else made it it is. And so I mean the biggest component outside the US are the European school. So the top schools from from our list from Europe where I n d in Switzerland, London business school and. We also focused on Canadian schools native applications, by the way for schools in Canada are are surging right now, particularly from the from US stoop perspective students living in the US because they're looking at a less, expensive, education and equality one. That's what I wanted to ask you, we know that these MBA programs can be pretty pricey. Caleb. What do we know about schools whether it's somewhere over Europe or as you said in Canada? I mean, what's what's the cost difference? That's a really important question. So most of the programs in Europe are one year and most of the programs in the US our two year program. So even if the even if the tuition is similar at some of the higher price the price half done faster, you're back in the workforce faster. And so I mean, our ranking is meant to show in a lot of different ways. Here's you you the perspective student, you look, and you dive into our website and look at a variety different factors and see what's important to you and make make a better decision. And one of the notable things too was and we talked about this when the US rankings out international applications down for a lot of the US schools, and that's gonna play through maybe not even immediately bit over the next couple of years. I do wonder if some of the top students end up staying in Europe or staying in Asian staying other places maybe these rankings start to shift over the next couple of years. They very well. If the trend continues. I mean, the the drop is huge fifty three percent drop in schools in the US recorded drop in international application. We talked about that with Stanford. And what's interesting is the implications. Right. You think about, you know, the Google founders, or whomever, you know, these people who go to school in the United States. And then say I'm going to start a company here in the United States, and some of these.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Dude Soup
"No, that's. Say who wants to see that? Believe it or not Bruce. There are people that swear by flat chested ladies enemy ladies specifically. I don't know why. But they're out there. It's the same thing with your opinion on pineapple on pizza. I don't care. It's still pizza. I might might. My problem is people who have a problem with that. What's wrong with you? You like kind of on your pizza's. It's less for you. It's more for me fuck up like cares. What I like if you don't like it, those the paper analysis and qualitative effects of large breasts on air to performance in wake of a quote, miss Kobe. She's dragging made character might versions. They they had to use like spatial distance with doorways to figure how tall she was. And how proportionately larger big old titters are. You think you submitted this? Yes, he got a grade. Sure is it like under review like Harvard Stanford rang out we put him in prison. What do we do? Oh, there's one. Yeah. This was his PHD thesis gonna degree from this. He's a doctor. I'm disappointed. We didn't see them moving. But it's I imagine that's probably wouldn't see the moving because if she's like a car the car doesn't move either. So costume of in win. I mean, not very much, congratulations. You are now officially a sex offender. All the way to the bottom. Well, let's see did a second government. What a waste of time. What's wrong with you people? I wouldn't waste the time. I don't think it's a waste of time. Then this very creative way of using your your smart, brain or go. Disclaimer, you know exist in the same time line with his economic level research on whether or not enemy titties aero-dynamics or not rest in peace fled as Justice. Moreover, I wrote this paper for fun and not in any way to fill my degree requirements. Also, Coa is not not my wife Lale, really laying it all out there. That's one. Let's take it to the vote, Bruce. Yeah. Do you think the guy masturbating to poke Amman's or mathematical engineering analysis of the dynamic of Jain animates super bummed out that he didn't masturbate on Sunday? So I'm going over to titties research are you saying he should be taking back Sunday. So the name of the band okay kit with us. Thank you all back earlier on who you who you thrown down for. You love Pokemon idea. But I also love big anime titties and era dynamics, Bruce who doesn't I don't know if you that about perfect person..
"harvard stanford" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A business model that can't meet that demand And what is happening is the pricing structure of the profession. The organiz ation firms law firms are all restructuring what we can really call business model to turn out qualified people who can meet the demand that price. Level, that the demands can support in in a global sense that's. Really what's going on in the legal professionally reminder at. This point that you're listening. To champions of Justice our guest is the dean of the Santa Clara University School of law Lisa kloppenburg your hosts are Tom Girardi and Howard Miller I have a question you touched upon intellectual property and education for those who are involved in the, field of intellectual property but not necessarily to become an attorney we run across that at the radio station we ran across at both internally as. Well as externally with clients we run across it most commonly in the. Area of copyright there are so many misunderstandings misconceptions of The copyright laws in our country It is not unusual for a, client come to us and say I would like to have that Beatles song behind my commercial and we have to explain to. Them why they can't, do, that and they will say well I. Heard, so and so do it again we. Have to go into an explanation we go out of our, way to get in layman's terms explanations of the copyright law that we can share both with our own producers as well as with the clients with issue comes up after understand. Copyright, law in the United States basically it's, been drafted by psychiatrists their service But Dave that's true in so many fields like universities and librarians. Deal, with his copyright issue all the time There's all. Kinds of federal regulation dealing with sexual violence on campus and universities now have to have title nine compliance officers so, we. Do find one area where graduates are getting more work are are not in traditional courtroom. Prosecutor defense jobs maybe but, in these JD advantage jobs where you don't have, to, have a j. d. degree but if you've got one you have. An advantage and there are at universities corporations lots. Of opportunities in in those areas for students I, want to I, want to talk about you a? Little bit, we've talked way too much about this other stuff the Carnegie institute what did they do for you That was so interesting Tom Carnegie said law. Schools do a great job at the first year, and they need, to do more of this, bridge to practice and they need. To teach students how to function as a lawyer what is the ethics the integrity somebody, needs how do you really figure out, your clients interests said there's three kinds of knowledge law schools of hit it out of the park on the first type you got a long way to go. On the second two types and so at Dayton we'd already revised our curriculum in this way before they came out, with. That report and so we got selected as one of ten law schools in the United. States Harvard Stanford Vanderbilt was, a great group for us and you know we, got, together to say where should law schools be going and that's I. Think a big part of the reason I was. Hired at Santa Clara great experiential learning already at, Santa Clara but, they're ready for more innovation and I think. That's going to be very exciting to watch us. In the next, couple of years and this, is lawyer as problem solvers that's. Right I, think you've gotta teach them how to really understand the client okay you've authored, some books how many how I don't, know but I do not permit for I will say that. My favorite one in the one that's being used, a lot of law schools teaches law students how to represent their, clients well in mediation, in negotiation in arbitration because as Howard said we already do a lot of evidence and. Civil procedure so it's expanding the role of the lawyer in those other. Capacities and I write it with three other outstanding professors former. Dean at USF j. full Berg Galon at Suffolk and Tom a Stepanovich over here. Head of the AD our. Program, at Pepperdine, fabulous. Group of smart men. To work with and I, just so happy because I think that textbook changes students lives it tells that one who thinks. I won't be in court there's so. Many people. Skills and other things you can bring to being a lawyer you. Can. Learn this stuff hey, pretty cool, though? It is very, Pepperdine I had a chance to When the new bar admit. Tease, a couple, of. Weeks ago were notified. They got sworn in and The Justice from the California court of appeals swore them in with respect to. The California state court and the newest federal judge store them in with respect to the. Federal court and I got to be say a few. Things. About, a welcome to this great profession so. Pepperdine, and, I met your co author at bow good yeah pepperdine's doing, some great things as well tell Tom I have a quick question for you before we because we've we've touched on this subject and I don't want people to have the wrong impression because we have said on a couple of occasions during the program that, something that is of concern is how expensive it is for someone to have access to a lawyer lest our people. Believe that it's simply because lawyers charge a lot of money and they wanna live a high life why does it cost so much to have. The services of an attorney Well there are two different types obviously contingent fee cases are the ones that are from handles for the most, part and the people. Don't come up with, anything and if we get paid for successful, but Dave Dino it's a lot of expense the overhead expense of a law from his huge you know to have the proper administrative. Staff the proper legal staff lawyers etc so it's a very expensive proposition you can't do. This out of the back CD your car but also. The. Price, of you became a bubble because the. Large, Wall, Street firms who were handling pitcher company cases and billion dollar, offerings could charge their clients eight hundred twelve hundred dollars an hour senior level everyone thought that was a matter of status and they tried to do the same thing and so it it did become a bubble in terms of the pricing of legal services, everyone tried to prices though they were working in New York and that create an and for a while because the. Demand before two thousand eight there was sufficient demanded a lot of people Succeeded but when the demand fell the pricing. Structure fell to I think the other, thing that's really increased the cost of litigation recently is electron discovery so every Email you've written, the tax, Alattas discoverable in state and federal, systems and part of, the, beauty. Of mediation negotiation you can cut. To the chase a little bit streamline the, evidence of possible, and try to avoid some of that cost you know what though that those emails are the greatest thing that ever happened to plaintiff lawyers in litigation Dave you, see I, think there should be a, rule that. Says no no emails we call Email evidence male exactly as a matter of fact we've gotten some massive admissions in by Email and when I think of my own life I've. Dictated a letter and it would come back in our so and I read and so my goodness I can't send you throw it away but, the Email baby has. Gone out of there Okay, here's the story you're going to be, back here next year exactly one year from today And I'm going. To say dean what's gone on the past. Year. Lay it on me So I think we've really connected with Silicon Valley we've used our alumni who lead companies they're in a way to create really new opportunities, for our students are high tech program continues to be among the top in. The nation and we've got all our students out there doing social.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"No, maybe not necessarily technically hypnosis but influencing them and and persuading them and even manipulating them to do things that they don't want do chase mentioned in the having, actually someone to the degree of walking in front of a bus because you've manipulated in tapped into their minds so much. That is at things that you've seen in the past, is that possible? Do you believe that those things are a real. I believe anything's possible. What's real. I don't know. I haven't read his research or his stuff, so I don't know, and I'm definitely not going to contradict guest. I don't. I don't know. This is what I know is that for the most part is that when a person is in hypnosis which by the way has been endorsed by Harvard Stanford, Yale Columbia, the mayoclinic National Institute of health for all you guys listening. One of the one of the most significant uses of hypnosis according to Harvard University is panel nation and alleviation. Columbia did open heart surgery back in two thousand and one using only hypnosis anesthesia. So the uses are amazing unless not even call it hypnosis, call it power of the mind. Now, let me backtrack to your question here because chase it talked about trance and you're familiar with the word trance. I'm affecting people now by certain things that I say with embedded commands that you heard chase talk about like I can talk to your audience and said, you guys stop what you're doing. I want you to get what I'm gonna say right now as a partial embedded command. He was using embedded commands and stories, which is the formal way. But we can. We influence people with our words all the time, not even knowing it. That's why actually, I think it was Socrates who said you. That's where the word spell came from is that you can cast a spell using the power of your words. The last election was highly, highly, highly covert hypnosis and NLP really in what way. And brain-based. So let's look for a second at Donald Trump's US p your, you know, what is US p. is no. What's Donald Trump's tagline? Oh, making a great again, what's presupposed in that statement that it was once great. And then it's no longer. Great. Yeah, right. Which if you're a patriotic American is that pleasurable painful, painful, painful notices, entire tagline is based upon pain. People move from pain to pleasure, right? So that campaign was the best orchestrated. I'm going to choose my work carefully manipulation campaign that ever seen in my life and two thousand and eight Barack Obama ran what I call the best persuasion and influence campaign I've ever seen in the last election. Donald Trump ran the best manipulation campaign that I've ever seen teaching persuasion and influence for a living in this pisses people off, and that's fine. Don't mind is that. People pay me two thousand bucks an hour at the teach them this stuff, a company. So I kind of know what I'm talking about. And when you look at the strategies that he used net campaign, it's classic classic manipulation, everything from breaking the, the messed down to the to the smallest component, repetition us versus them frame control, framing his framing his. That's how he knocked out all fifteen other Republican people as you frame them, what did he call Hillary Clinton? To help us a calls, Brooke it, Hillary Clinton. What did they call? What do you call Marco Rubio little Marco? Exactly. What did he call Jeb Bush. Job? Yeah. Notice how he's framing all of his competition and a negative way. Right? And so people like watching this, they don't know that, but Donald Trump is literally, it's called a frame framing he's framing his competition, and then what happened has based the more he would say, crooked, Hillary, crooked Hillary..
"harvard stanford" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"The new york times future managing partner goldman sachs there our future and that's why we have to much more about what's going on in university campuses in charlotte shawat is with the typical professors what is is he week how do you explain the lack of opposition to the left on the campus in fifteen years if teaching at harvard stanford and why you hebrew university you name it i had never met a group of less courageous people in my whole life i love then tenure harvard and tanjug's cutter professors they are so terrified of their own shadow they don't wanna do anything at upset system they want their student evaluations to be very very high they want to be admitted to all the academics societies and clubs i ended blackwell from numerous i was a little better is because it itself but is it a promo for no safe spaces is that at ya that's the reason for the musical bed zahlan dershowitz when the most the preeminent law professors in in the last fifty years the united states harvard law lifelong liberal lifelong democrat he's far more terrified of the right of the less than of the right if you're not more terrified in the united states of the left and the right there was something wrong with you you don't think clearly or your conscience is broken one of those two there were no other possible reasons okay that's it it's as simple as that dershowitz understands this steven pinker another liberal harvard on the stances he's going to be on the show tomorrow it's time to awaken eat liberals it is time to awaken we conservatives are not your enemy the left is your enemy you fools liberals are wellintentioned fools if they think that the right is there enemy and not the left we are not to run a me the only thing we differ on you liberals enough basic may have their few things we differ on let's see we differ on big government we differ on samesex marriage i understand that that's correct so far we differ we differ but the as regards the the fundamental institutions of america and the west we are allies man democratic party is your enemy of the republican party is your friend even under donald trump yes even that the donald trump.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And a fear of power with the conviction that if only the wise and virtuous the graduates of harvard stanford williams and their wannabes cut hailed their way or would be made right how long before they have their way of life austria's i said in the first instance because our educational system stands behind arbitrage occasional systems fans in american in western intelligentsia using the old russian word i think which now fits it very well that is and has increasingly come to the therrien temptation i could talk about why i think that's happened but my time doesn't allow for that uh perhaps later in the discussion how did american conservatism allow the political culture to change in the realize that it's the political culture stupid and and and try to do something about it well they didn't allow it to change obviously by listening to me since i've made my career railing on the same points that i've unjust advanced here but apart from that what i believe because despite the considerable historical savvy of many conservatives and i'm not talking about uh austere gathered together we took too much of our institutions and principles for granted at least as far as the united states was concerned we thought they were indeed the default setting that most americans could be expected to understand and embrace by a common sense and daily experience what they comprised we will believe that americans most of them at least once immersed in the iraq in the.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Because first of all to respond directly work i do think that there should be a fear of mixing up religion and politics and money i mean there's a lot of evidence of this country at the moment that the intrusion of religion into areas where it should be kept out of his causing huge damage and causing blurred nuss that should not be there i mean like a go a little bit further and say one of the things that has all was amazed me in ireland as well to and i've come across it is how rightwing religious people all was presume with no analysis that their views are th quivalent to the views of god i mean for those of us who worked in theology and try should ground an excavate something of a truce them possibility might be mean in relation to deity this bland blank equivalence is just incredible and i'm amazed that said that they get away with it here like in co in a country where you've the best colleges like you know harvard stanford authorised of columbia all these places that have incredibly ah erudite sophisticated analysts of the whole tradition who in three minutes could say okay that you view not just let me dismantling bit by bit by bit and just take it away because people listening to presume that that is the truth and it's not because fundamentalism works on inventing a past that never existed and then evoking a fourth snuffed out afresh and it's tarba so the question of keeping separate is a very healthy good question mark i love that greek phrase you know eternal vigilence as the price of liberty anna center in on centuries of avalanche he was saying if a if you've trust between two kinds of spiritual directors one who's really pious but not so brice and the other one who's really bright but not so pious choose the bright one and i love that none second thing is that of course like.
"harvard stanford" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And and we got a blockbuster discovery from washington university when we get well it was why so shouldn't stare and he employed is his grab students of course you know they is that the last two on a single us yes the washington university okay and scoring and then you know grad student so we'll work for food but the what do you had them do was crunch six hundred thousand side of the graham's the size of a grounder generated by the us yes you this you logical serving every time there's a big earthquake somewhere on the planet it this sort of vibe reached the whole planet and different listening stations around the planet will pick up that vibration from that earthquake and if you put all these numbers together and you crunch the numbers correctly you get kind of a cats can of the planet you can see through the plan using the vibrations of you're quake as here frequency well they crunch the six hundred thousand find in the ground and sure enough space find the damn thing wave of another option the size of the atlantic ocean underneath the kratz so the speed to start putting together one after another after another and it really start getting exciting looks when when we were talking you should goal you're going to get on some kind a russian ship and get it close to that hall erste gary whatever happened to that that's a good question the regional chipped do we're going to get was called the your mall that was taken out of circus and there was another call the captain khaled because that will also take him out of there were so couple that with three the factual evidence that the are two guys has been increasing in it the two thousand eight we're now back to and that rich because of about three metres which is pretty close to and the pick the russians are the only people of the world didn't make chips to can break ice that stick and they have a chipping couple to call no makes good so we contacted the remaining skipping company and portion only their their quite excited about being involved in the only documentary movie and we were able to make a deal with slam that we would bring soon scientist from there will university harvard stanford.