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Omicron was in Netherlands days earlier than first thought

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Omicron was in Netherlands days earlier than first thought

"That's that's helpful helpful for for to to say say the the over over corn corn variant variant was was already already in in the the Netherlands Netherlands when when South South Africa Africa alerted alerted the the World World Health Health Organization Organization about about it it last last week week the the news news adds adds the the fear fear and and confusion confusion over over the the new new version version of of the the corona corona virus virus in in a a weary weary world world hoping hoping it it left left the the worst worst of of the the pandemic pandemic behind behind the the Netherlands Netherlands is is all all IBM IBM health health institute institute has has found found only only calm calm in in some some polls polls dating dating from from November November the the nineteenth nineteenth to to the the twenty twenty third third the the WHO's WHO's says says South South Africa Africa first first reported reported the the variant variant on on November November twenty twenty fourth fourth it it remains remains unclear unclear whether whether that that will will win win the the variant variant first first emerged emerged but but that that hasn't hasn't stopped stopped wary wary nations nations from from rushing rushing to to impose impose travel travel restrictions restrictions especially especially on on visitors visitors coming coming from from southern southern Africa Africa I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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 Pope: Don't send migrants back to Libya and 'inhumane' camps

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Pope: Don't send migrants back to Libya and 'inhumane' camps

"Pope Francis has made a plea to the international community to stop the practice of returning migrants rescued at seats in Libya and other unsafe countries or don't know what the police told his truck I would use it to scrap that human race in the microwave yes and his backline Francis went on to ask the international community find a common concrete and lasting solutions to manage the flow of migrants and IBM across the Mediterranean the pope said those was sent back to Libya are exposed to inhumane violence in detention facility similar to concentration camps the U. N. human rights organizations have condemned the detention centers citing practices of beatings rape and other forms of torture and insufficient food hi

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Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | Last month

Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

"A new poll shows that forty one percent of biden voters and fifty two percent of trump voters at least somewhat agree that the time has come the split the country into red and blue states. What is your take on this. What is that paul. Can you send that to me. Connor we have been warning about this for quite some time that the country is about to go to a national divorce and you see a lot of conservative podcasters following our lead on that we've been. We've been on top of that honestly because of you the amazing listeners. You guys have been emailing us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com and we tens of thousands of emails in every week or two and so we really get a good idea of. What are you thinking. What's going on here. Are you happy with your current government. And so i just wanna thank those of you that amazingly support us. Business insider majority of trump voters believe. It's time to split the country into to. This is where we are headed quickly. I said this in a meeting recently and it just got totally silent people. Decide what do you mean. And by the way let me just be very clear because lot of journalists watch this. I think this is terrible. I don't support it and it is tragic but it's true. This is what's happening university of virginia center for politics poll. Uva surveyed two thousand voters. Half of whom voted for trump hafer biden late july in order to get a better understanding the growing split between the democrat party. So i asked. I asked people to question. What do i have in common with. Ibm inc supporting transgender activists. In san francisco they want peace of people forcibly vaccinated. I don't they think america's racist i don't they think our history goes the gutter. I don't they want our borders open. I want our borders closed. They love the tech companies. I don't they don't revere the constitution. I do go through the list. Besides us both using dollar bills to transact our business relationships. What do i have in common with that person. They're starting to say. I don't wanna live in the same country as them and guess what that's what our side is saying to.

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Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. On His New Film 'God's Not Dead: We the People'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. On His New Film 'God's Not Dead: We the People'

"Guest is antonio salvato junior. I have to lead with something stupid. Tony forgive me man. Thank you very very much for having me on your show. That's fun people magazine. Always wrong so that they were wrong about it. They were should've put. I know they were gonna put me in. But you know what i wasn't willing to grease the palms you know what i'm saying otherwise. Ibm there. i'd be in there. Come on all right so seriously. You know have a background. I mean you've got an amazing story. You grew up in rome and immigrated to the united states of america became an american citizen. You've had a successful career as an actor as a model and now you're in a film which is why you're here today that i'm really excited about. Tell us about this film. Because i actually was going to say that. We need to be inspired. We're going through tough times in america and people need to know what i do. What am i. What is my job today. As an american things are going to hell in handbasket. our liberties being challenged. What do i do. I want to say to people. If you don't have time to read my books about heroes you can watch film and this is what we're this is why you're here. Yeah well god is not dead people. It's it's a. It's a movie than it needs to be seen by everyone by the world. Especially the american people go. God's not dead dot com purchase tickets because these this is only going to be out for a few days. The beginning of october the fourth or fifth and sixth so go to god's dot net dot com and then gave tickets because there's certain times in entertainment world where you have a movie that is gonna impact a lot of lives and right now. Our freedom is being taken away slowly but surely in this country's turning out to be a socialist country and that's a very dangerous place to be because first of all you give too much power to government make decisions for you and all of a sudden they take advantage of you. It take your money and they do absolutely nothing in return. That's that's communism and the socialist attack more. It's worse than doing nothing in return they take your money and use it against you which is really horrifying.

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Speechly Origin - Hannes Heikenheimo Co-founder and CTO at Speechly - Voicebot Podcast Ep 228 - burst 07

The Voicebot Podcast

02:47 min | 2 months ago

Speechly Origin - Hannes Heikenheimo Co-founder and CTO at Speechly - Voicebot Podcast Ep 228 - burst 07

"I had hobie project with a colleague in a a student friend of mine who who was a u u x experts and at that time fitbit was very popular job and it was a big thing so we had our fitbit's and and we were excited about that than we're following our calories or all of that and so then then we had this idea. Wouldn't it be cool. That in addition to the burn calories could somehow really nicely calculate the calories that we consume to be able to get a balance of of input and output and was a functionality in and fitbit to to do a meal diary but it was very cumbersome so so we had this idea that we need to make it easier for us to to follow that and we had this idea of of using voice there so so just like if you have a meal it would just list out the items that you eight and the system would compute the calories and so that was sort of a aside project that then i think was really the origin of of speech. Of course like speech we way of thinking because we had a very specific. You you ex you. I in our minds and so we studied the api's at that time and turned out. There was no api that could do the type of experience that we wanted to achieve and and so so that that was sort of the origin and then of course i was working at apple. So i i. I was in the sort of the The epicenter of voice working on on syria and then there was all these very interesting things happening like alexa came out around that time and also advanced like advances in speech recognition so there was a paper in two thousand sixteen from ibm where they got this. First results of human baratheon transcription accuracy. That all of these things sort of somehow brewed in in in my head. And and and so so that i would say those were the things that that then sort of originated the idea behind speech by but a big portion of it was the hobie project we started out with with my

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The Difference Between Pro-Life and Pro-Choice

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:02 min | 2 months ago

The Difference Between Pro-Life and Pro-Choice

"The rape and incest exception. How many times have you heard somebody say. How many times have you heard. Politician say well. i'm pro-life an ibm. As far as i'm concerned let's outlaw all abortion except for rape and incest. Okay that is not a pro-life politician. You are not a prolife person if you say that. Here's where the heavy lifting begins. It's it is not an easy thing. It is a sobering thing. It is a is a thing of great gravity to address. Shall we say the community of people who have been victims of rape and incest and say guess what his immoral for you to terminate that pregnancy. It just is. But i've been raped. They'll say i understand. And i never walk in those shoes. Obviously the shoes of a rape victim of the shoes of pregnant person. I get that but like what jen psaki might tell you. On a given day men get to weigh in on this too because it is in fact a human life issue and not just a women's issue and here's the bottom line that newly created life no at circumstance is either sacred or it's not the basis of all pro-life ness is that the unborn. Human life is sacred. But just the thing that's kind of some value in a thing we'd like to preserve if you there's inconveniences or no bad circumstance sacred sacred mean sacred you to believe that or you don't if you believe that abortion becomes okay if there's rape and incest than you don't believe in the sacredness of you of that unborn human life and you are thus ready pro choice. You may not be as radically pro-choice somebody. You says that abortion was okay if you just one kid or or whatever but you are nonetheless. Pro-choice the definition of prolife requires the definition of that unborn. Human life is sacred

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Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

Eye On A.I.

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

"We're gonna talk about trustworthy a i. It's something that is increasingly in the news and concerns a lot of people. Ibm has a product called fact sheets. Three sixty that i understand is going to be integrated into products. Can you tell us what fact sheets three sixty is. And then we'll get into the science behind. Yes so let me start by laying out what we see is the critical components Trustworthy a at a high level Three things there's a ethics there's govern dated ai and then there's an open and diverse ecosystem an ai ethics is fully aligned with with our ethical principles that we've published with arbin dr ceo co leading the initiative out of the world economic forum. And i'm adviser for essentially open sourcing our perspective on a ethics from a govern data in ai perspective. It falls into five buckets. So i is. Transparency second is explain ability third is robustness. Fourth is privacy and fifth is fairness and so the goal of fact sheets is to span multiple of these components and to provide a level of explain ability. That is needed to drive adoption and ultimately for regulatory compliance. And you think of it as a nutritional label for ai where nutritional labels are designed to help us as consumers of prepackaged foods to understand what are the nutritional components of him. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. Factually is designed to provide a similar level capability for a.

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Sebastian Has Made Only One Mistake: Backing Bill Barr

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Sebastian Has Made Only One Mistake: Backing Bill Barr

"Have made one mistake which i have publicly accepted on this show. I have made at least two or three mea culpas and that has to do with a certain member of the administration. I served with a cabinet member. I was just a lowly strategist deputy to the president and that individual was our attorney general. Bill baugh and i have a story to tell you about bilbao from us nine on this show on social media and elsewhere i made statements about bill baugh being a good guy getting to the bottom of things rooting out corruption in the department of justice. Not making an excuse. Because i you know those words when mine but i made those statements based upon things that had been told to me by very good friends. Who'd worked for bill baugh when he had been the attorney general previously in the bush administration. So it's going on socio deemed to be very reliable. And i repeated that affirmation but i was wrong. I was as wrong as wrong. Could be this man is come. He is swamp. Just look into how richie is in where he got his money from. But you don't need to know that stuff. The inside baseball. You need to know what he did or didn't do for the trump administration how he had one job one job to clean out the stygian origin. Stables that were the department of justice just clean it out of corruption of the likes of stroke mccabe at the fbi komai people who weaponize law enforcement and he didn't nothing zip one. One junior loy gets a slap on the wrist for forging cia document. If i'd forced the cia document ibm jail now and be there for a long

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Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

Daily Tech Headlines

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

"With ai. Ethics chiefs at google microsoft and ibm published by reuters looks at what. Ai projects these companies reject in september. Twenty twenty google's cloud unit rejected a financial firm looking to us to determine credit worthiness and earlier this year. Google blocked features from analyzing emotions. Ibm turned down a client request for a more advanced facial recognition system microsoft place limits on software mimicking voices. All three companies said they welcomed clear regulation for

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A Powerful Intersection of AI and Robotic Process Automation With Merve Unuvar

AI in Business

01:54 min | 3 months ago

A Powerful Intersection of AI and Robotic Process Automation With Merve Unuvar

"So marvan. I'm glad to have you here with us on the show and i know we're diving into the topic of rpa intersection with a i. I think given the coverted era is a lot of thinking about gaining efficiencies about finding opportunities for automation when you're working with big enterprises obviously. Ibm works as many of the largest firms in the world. How do you walk people through finding those pockets where automation could make a difference. What does it look like spot opportunities in workflows yet. Thank you that. This is a very interesting area. Especially as he emphasized during this pandemic a company has realized that some of the workflows could be rethought through given most of their workforce with two remote working right so before we discussed this topic further. I'd like to open up the definitions of key concepts here for the audience. So what is it business workflow. It's basically an execution of business processes that contain tasks information and paperwork related to all of these right and then they're passed from one person to another to achieve a business school better. It could be alone operable for a bank or could be a claim submissions furnishings company. So this usually moms one or more people and a hub can best leverage automation in these workflows needs to be thought through in a few dimensions so the first one is from overall process and the workflow performance point of view so in order to analyze the performance. Right manner i. We need to understand the end goal of workflow if he thinks through the same mortgage scenario is the goal to sell more loans or is it to process loans faster or it can be combination of these metrics but we need to really define the key performance indicator or the goal of these workflows and then start monitoring the performance towards these goals and one of the very obvious waste of flying. The pockets of automation is then to find the bottleneck tasks in these workflows that will impact the

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The Alexa Prize Story - Professor Jan Sedivy on Winning the Alexa Prize SocialBot Challenge and 40 Years in Voice Tech - Voicebot Podcast Ep 225 - burst 05

The Voicebot Podcast

04:28 min | 3 months ago

The Alexa Prize Story - Professor Jan Sedivy on Winning the Alexa Prize SocialBot Challenge and 40 Years in Voice Tech - Voicebot Podcast Ep 225 - burst 05

"I start date group and there were many students who got through Applause am giving the who worked with me. Owner fees asuncion Step by step We have been following the progress in the industry and i was You know get inca people who are more and more interested than who are willing to cooperate and in some i would say like plenty fourteen. He decided to do question answering. So he did the Different knowledge database as son view slowly but surely giving questions like typing questions Did voice until Land the very basics of or the students learn the very basic so unhappy like do data extraction duties on the And then sunday in twenty sixteen. All's own came up with this competition and the competition or the main task of the competition was to create a social boat. Which would engaging louis and also entertainingly talking to users so and the target or the goal of those to talk as long as possible to survey difficult to convert into functional end to any a system function so it was something which is a entertainment as well as mathematics and many many different algorithms in it and a deadline We once of the road is meant a muslim put on there but they just resold so we should try and the weaver very pessimistically plus weaver. starting beautiful He can do these universities. We are admiring from here that they have a much better team. Sunday would be those who would lead. But the thought okay. Let's give it a try so we put together a proposal and the we mainly based on our work in the question onset. Inca believe me or not. We made between the top twelfth. Who was elected as these semi-finalists that time and is brought us like two fifty For students and This money this was something fantastic because this monday helped me to keep the key people on board and no students receive money therefore four day fully concentrated on the problems. We were interested in which was the social. We stopped the to put it together. In a very practical by firestone stopped with trying cody allies debts time grew and neural networks and after a few attempts we thought. Okay that is. This does not work. It's very difficult. And we opt for very simple based system and started to grow a simple system and it worked it did something is and people were able to talk to it so we went on indie competition. The uber very surprised that we were doing very out. We saw on the leaderboard by Even two or the competing sites and we've had been we have been leading so we continued. We ended up in the final on the second sports which was unbelievable. Fantastic success v about twice in seattle Received the mind price in In las vegas so unbelievably nobody for a while. I was in las vegas but none of the students was ever in las vegas. Which is again something you cannot note. See anywhere else. Except in las dos.

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Is the AI Market Saturated?

Eye On A.I.

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Is the AI Market Saturated?

"My first question is is the market saturated and without picking winners. What products us rising to the top. Good that you're asking this question right now in general timing of the world because here we are for those who are listening to podcast. August the twenty twenty. One people might be listening to this year from now. So this'll all seem really quaint. To those in the future but the markets actually in the midst of consolidation. Saying we're actually starting to see a lot of acquisition activity and we do track over one hundred vendors and machine learning platform space about seventy two of which meet the minimum threshold of viability. There's lots of startups in the space. We love startups. We have an affinity for companies of all sizes but when we're looking at companies who are buying products and services we tend to look at those companies that have either at least ten customers or have at least ten million in revenue or at least ten million dollars in venture capital they if they have like to customers and no venture funding raised in a little bit of revenue than. We're like just grow little bit more a little bit more. So this is about seventy two companies. At least that are in that that john rao of course all the cloud vendors are in that space. The major cloud vendors microsoft. Ibm google amazon And a few others. So those were recalled the cloud sas machine learning as a service vendors basically and then there's a whole other category of pure play machine learning platform vendor so you may be familiar data robot or did i do in that space a bunch of others that are kind of trying to pull together all the components of what's required to put machine learning and advanced analytics solutions into play and increasingly. What they're doing is they're growing through Both building out their product suites and through acquisitions so she did robots but on a tear lately did i. Two as well as been been really growing raise very significant round recently but the answer is that this market is actually starting to

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Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs

MacBreak Weekly

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs

"Cook is going to washington once again. He's joining you on musk. They will not have a single conversation. Never see A few apple's tim cook microsoft sachin. Adela the New guy andy. Jesse from amazon apparently will be going to the white house on wednesday to disc- discuss improving cybersecurity. Sure you wanna per cybersecurity get these. Ceo's from these companies a sitting around a table coming up with new strategies. They do nothing but a ask them to stop. Just ask them to stop. Yeah i mean. I you know it's a it's a photo op they'll They'll also be ibm sending Ceo southern company. J. p. morgan chase and company thing. That's terrifying people. These days is

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Grace Hopper: The Queen of Code

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Grace Hopper: The Queen of Code

"Mary was born in new york city in nineteen. Oh six her father. Walter owned an insurance company in the family enjoyed the trappings of east coast. Upper class with summers in new hampshire in private school for grace grace came of age during an unusual time in american during the nineteen twenties and thirties. A relatively high number of women receiving doctorate degrees numbers that wouldn't be matched again until the nineteen eighties. This period of opportunity was immediately followed by world war two which ushered huge numbers of women into the workforce in one thousand nine hundred twenty grace graduated phi beta kappa from vassar college with degrees in mathematics and physics two years later. She earned a master's degree mathematics from yale grayson began teaching math at vaster while studying for her phd. Under computer pioneer howard angstrom in one thousand forty one pearl harbor was bombed the attack in which three hundred and fifty japanese warplanes from hawaiian naval base. True the us into world war two. It also inspired grace to join the war effort. Despite her unique set of skills she was initially rejected from the navy due to her age and small stature but grace brilliant and sharp-tongued persisted in nineteen forty-three three. She joined the naval reserve and was assigned to the bureau of ships computation project at harvard university at harvard. Grace work with howard aitken who had developed one of the first earliest electromechanical computers the ibm automatic sequence controlled calculator. Better known as mark. One grace was responsible for programming mark. One which took up an entire room and punching machine instructions into the tape before there was even much understanding about what the job entailed grace became. Where the first re- computer programmers in american history. She also wrote mark one's five hundred sixty one page user

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Transforming From a Service Company to a Product Company

The Schmidt List

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Transforming From a Service Company to a Product Company

"Tell me how did you get into technology. Did you trip and fall into it. Like the rest of us Was it the plan always from we child to grow up in build a service and product company someday. Cute story is that my mom takes credit for. She was computer science graduate student at the university of minnesota and we had an old. Ibm tandy. at all. I learn basic there and hung out computer. Labs water for lab mates tommy c. video games. I was a kid. So i just tool around like a guy who is pretending not to be a nerd. Almost building computers and writing. Nothing serious. i didn't ever really grow into a software engineering role primarily. It was mostly still just tooling around with friends. But that's where i got the connections that allowed me to start the company first place okay. So that was a. I've seen it with agencies before that there some are purposefully created in some you you back value back into because you build up a network declined lists and you just you see the demand you need to fill demand where other people are more like okay. We're gonna this is what we're going to do. This is the plan. This is all the things which waited for us we were. We set out to build a product. Miho founder was one of the first engineers on google plus projects and his roommate was the ceo of mixed at all and so he had a very strong desire for building a product company. And very little to no desire for building consulting firm and so just took a lot longer. There's a piece of paper that i keep floating around where viable business plan. That was like custom software agency. Learn a half years and of course it took four and a half years to do all the work that we needed to do to get to where we are and to get to the point where we could switch into product but that was the plan from the

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Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

"Jackie Mason who spiced tea brand of stand up comedy led him to Catskills night clubs west coast talk shows and Broadway stages has died he was ninety three Mason died Saturday at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan according to long time friend attorney Raoul Felder he was known for his sharp wit and piercing social commentary often about being Jewish Mason was the son of a rabbi and became one before starting his career as a borscht belt comedian he shot to fame on The Ed Sullivan Show later in life Mason won the second of his two Emmys for playing Krusty the clown's father on the Simpsons when I grew up in IBM cloud the respected member of the community life is not the spring promotion over the years some accused Mason of taking its humor too far but he always defended himself saying he's a comedian Julie Walker New York

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IBM's Revenue Rises for Second Straight Quarter

BTV Simulcast

00:11 sec | 4 months ago

IBM's Revenue Rises for Second Straight Quarter

"Hours earnings story. IBM reporting second quarter earnings with a massive revenue beat and this, of course, making it their best revenue growth. Since 2018, citing cloud demands that, of course, sending

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"ibm" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

03:22 min | 5 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"Not make. It seem like a human being because there is this relationship design that timing here right in. If you break the trust early on you'll never get us about. S- offense wins. Even insoles is always being cleared about how Has been news is also about privacy and so many so it's about safeguarding custer on consumer privacy and rights in you know it's ensuring security of models and data and all of that but at the end of the day we need to be transferred to our users that the is therefore they're good. It's being driven from data. Says those trustable is giving them insights and data points that they could actually act on to make their job better so going back to expandability right. Chance for instance. There are also interlinked before we finish up. Won't question me like taffy blonde. This podcast is someone in the industry to you. Sort of aspire to or your inspired by our our whose work you love and kind of recommend listeners. Who are interested in learning more about this kind of go checkout unfunny for that question. My answer might be a little shape but i truly believe in from a crack standpoint and quality of design. I am a big fan of johnny. Johnny is apple's yeah yes Not just for the products but at the designing for the details right. That's amazing on a design as a practice user. Expediency is usability. The of building products did the regular six. But that i look don norman and he is probably one of the reasons. Lie in this field has been read. His book design of. Everybody thinks it just opened up my mind a lot so those will be two people think go. Some tasks are to to designers. Sometimes out of my daft on a design discussion but to designers don unfamiliar. With even i have heard of. Lastly before we finish up where kerner listeners goes kind of kibo but you and your twitter at our bombing lincoln have a medium publication were Stories as all. But i'd also say that is not just me Present is some of the goodness in the great for. Ibm dead so interested in knowing a little bit more about some of the things. I've talked about ibm dot com slash design slash thinking. It has a lot more information about how you can start thinking about designing for a is. So there's the i essential still can so. Yeah you can try. That is fantastic. Thank you so much on them. I definitely having checking at those resources in preparation for this. Ibm dot com. And i thought they were great. So thank you very much for being here with us today on. Can't wait to see the direction does you in. Ibm in this area. Thank you so much if you enjoyed our chat with our make. Sure you don't miss any upcoming episodes by following us on i tunes overcast spotify or your usual podcast platform. This is inside intercom..

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How Custom Training Helps Logicalis Staff Its IT Service Desk

Technologist Talk

01:48 min | 5 months ago

How Custom Training Helps Logicalis Staff Its IT Service Desk

"We are architects of change. Our focus here is to design support an execute customers digital transformation by bringing it all together with professional insight. We have very deep knowledge in the. It industry drivers Such as security cloud management iot managed services. And what we do is we really addressed customer priorities. Such as their revenue and business growth other things like their operational efficiency innovation risk and compliance ater government at sustainability. The company is headquartered out of london. And we are global. We are an international company We've got office locations. In the united states europe south america south africa asia pac our currently servicing well over ten thousand customers worldwide and some of the sectors that we do business end are things education financial services government healthcare manufacturing services retail and telecommunications we are partnered with cisco were one of only cisco global gold. There's not many of those as plenty of gold in the us But there's only six global goal. We're also a microsoft gold partner partner with hp ibm net app oracle service. Now vm ware anymore. But but those are the major brand names Were trending close to about seven thousand employees and that number feels like it's growing on a weekly basis logic. Alice is in a real intense acquisition mode. Right now there's going to be a pretty big boon over the next. I would say six months to three

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"ibm" Discussed on Work In Progress

Work In Progress

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Work In Progress

"Last week. Ibm announced a new initiative to provide more than five hundred thousand workers. Globally with the skills they need to land. Good jobs joining me now on the podcast to talk about. It is just tina. Nixon santio vice president and global head of corporate social responsibility at ibm. Just welcome to the podcast ramona. Thank you for having me. This is a big undertaking. I think five hundred thousand people getting them skilled up for jobs today. Tell me a little bit about what is motivating the company to make this offer at. Ibm we believe everyone should have the chance to succeed. And what's really motivating us is. How technology is changing society. And when you think about the future of automation how people are going to recover from the pandemic. There's a sense of urgency to make sure that everyone has the skills they need to be successful and move into minimum jobs. I think this is something that we need to do. And the reason that refocused on skilling half a million people if for the end of the year is because we believe we have to take big and bold steps to make sure that we provide access to tech skills to work learning skills regardless of anyone's background. We need to make sure that everyone is prepared for the jobs up to the end. The jobs of the future

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"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Computers. Whatever you wanna call them. Small systems were on. Everyone's minds ibm had already shown that they were very interested. In this emerging market that much was public knowledge. Everyone was waiting to see what ibm would do next their move could dictate the income of the microcomputing revolution but project chess remained a closely guarded secret. So in the absence of any information speculation ran pretty wild and from the speculation. I think we can start to read the feel of the room. The january nineteen eighty-one edition of bite had one. Such wild rumor took to in it. A small note in that magazine started with this. Tip it quote with. Many industry analysts. Predicting advances in semiconductor technology that will allow the instruction set of the ibm three seventy computer to be executed by a single chip of silicon. Some pioneering enthusiasts are anticipating the announcement of the ibm three eighty possibly personal computer with the full capabilities of perhaps the system of three seventy dash one three five in court. This was one major school of thought that ibm would very soon release. A scaled down mainframe on a chip as a personal computer. In fact this may have been the most reasonable guest to make the ibm fifty one hundred. Was that a personal computer powered. By a scaled down mainframe. It was even compatible with some mainframe software so if ibm was going to give home computing. Another go it stood to reason that they would stick to their old tricks. When this article was written in early nineteen eighty-one the data masters still hadn't hit market. Ibm wasn't attacking the whole market with third party hardware. At least not quite yet. The other really interesting aspect here comes when we look at the broader context that is when we look at what intel had brewing in the background. This part isn't strictly connected. But i think it's too interesting to pass up backing up so fifty. I covered the intel. Eighty eight hundred aka the ap x four. Three to an ambitious chip. That had been developing since around. Nineteen seventy six. A chip that they called the quote unquote micro mainframe. It really makes me wonder if the dream of a desktop sized mainframe was being talked about behind closed doors or if the concept was just in the air at the time anyway. That's something marina. Look into another time. The other major school of thought they kept showing up in my research. Was that ibm wasn't making home computer at all instead they were contracting out. Here's another passage from the june eighty one edition of bite quote matsuda the giant japanese electronics conglomerate that markets panasonic and quasar products in the us. Recently that it had been approached by ibm in regards to manufacturing personal computer for the us market in quote the russia. That clipping is scant on details. These are rumors. Were talking about but this thinking makes up the second camp i mentioned. Ibm was too big to compete on the small scale. So they're going to hire someone to do it for them..

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"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Ibm have to fully give up control over their new computer would have to take a page from the playbook of these smaller manufacturers. Or you know just go out and buy a small manufacturer to use either way. Taking a totally different angle of attack would save development time and hopefully lead to a successful new personal computer. Ibm was already tinkering with this line of thinking. The data master still in development at this point was using intel chips inside it. The software and overall design was still ibm third parties were creeping into the picture. Low proposed a total completion of this process. Quote the key decisions were to go with an open architecture. Non ibm technology not ibm software. Non ibm sales and non ibm service. And we probably spent a full half of the presentation carrying the corporate management committee into this concept because this was a new concept for ibm at this point in quote it took some convincing but nineteen eighty saw the birth of a new project. That was unlike anything. Ibm had done before lobes proposing an ibm computer that wasn't made with ibm technology. And this brings us to something totally unexpected. At least something that. I didn't expect at all in my head. I always just assumed the story of the pac would be pretty cut and dry aid to be to see with nice sources stacked up in a neat little pile but dude listener. That is not entirely the case. Primary sources on the pc's development are scarce. Ran into much more scantily documented stories. But there aren't as many as i assumed making all the more frustrating. There are actually a lot of rumors and very poorly. Substantiated claims around the pc's early development history. One of those rumors is the billow tried to get atari to manufacture a personal computer for ibm. Now i've also seen the phrase online as ibm tried to outright by atari to form some new home computing division. This is a bit hard for me to address because like i mentioned the story of the. Pac isn't paved with excruciatingly detailed primary.

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"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Mainly because it was insanely expensive. Ibm still very much in the mindset of selling multimillion dollar mainframes over the next few years the computer was revised the fifty one hundred. Turn the fifty one ten and then the fifty one twenty. Despite improvements sales lagged behind the key problem was that ibm was chasing a market. That wasn't necessarily yet and they weren't chasing it very well. Bid created a solution in need of a problem. The early fifty one hundred series computers were impressive but ultimately it was too much power for a small-scale user. Ibm was very much hurley to the small computer game but they didn't have the game fully figured out yet. Then we reach the middle point of the nineteen seventies and change occurs very rapidly in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. the altar. Eight hundred is announced the apple two. Trs eighty encounter pet soon. Follow a few years after and really this cadre of home. Computers start to hone in on what users actually want. The fifty one hundred was basically a scaled down mainframe. At least that's how ibm was looking at it. Ibm had a vastly more powerful product. But that wasn't what people wanted out of a personal computer. Things were brought to a head when ibm technicians started to notice. That apple twos were showing up in some of their clients offices. Ibm had to do something radically different. To realign to the market this led to the data master a successor to the fifty one hundred series. That used some third party hardware and proprietary. Ibm software importantly for us. The data master was powered by an intel. Eighty eighty five processor so we have the first ibm computer with intel inside but even before release. The data master was shaping up to be a disappointment. it was a step towards. Ibm giving up control and thinking more like their competition but that process wasn't over the software realm still needed to change background out of the way. Were all. Cut up to nineteen eighty. Now don't get me wrong here. The background is important. But we don't have the most direct line from the fifty one hundred two the fifty one fifty aka the p. c. ibm has this knack for compartmentalization and we have to keep in mind. We're looking at their history. If the path forward gets a little bit twist in there some walls that's because the history is also kind of wild up and a little twisting will is one of these little twists in the path. Low was a career. Ibm or but not on the engineering or programming. Side of things low was in management during the early seventies. He was a supervisor in the lab. Where the fifty one hundred was designed and he supports development. The sourcing there is a little weird. He's definitely mentioned in the story of the fifty one hundred but there's not excruciating detail so he was involved but we can't be sure precisely what he did in the development process in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He made his way up to systems major at the entry level systems division. That's ibm's lab in boca raton..

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"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

06:23 min | 9 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"This tube for modern times a person can quickly master sex jobs as accounting or word processing even used the ibm personal computer de forecast group all helping the business person at home to wear many hats. That's an ad for the one. The only ibm personal computer released. In august of nineteen eighty-one. The pc was a watershed moment. For computing look no further than your own desk or even the closest internet connection most computers in twenty twenty one are still based off. Ibm's original design that ranges from the cheapest laptops up to the bulky servers. Keep the internet running the newer one devices. That apple started manufacturing. Wouldn't be interesting or new if they weren't trying to break from long established convention in that sense very much still seeing ripples of nineteen eighty-one in the modern day but was the pc really a tool for modern times. Was it really even modern in the time it was produced by today's standards. Definitely not the heart of the pc intel's eighty eighty eight microprocessor was already starting to show its age. When ibm's new computer hit the scene but chip came complete with nearly a decade's worth of legacy and baggage the pc would be marketed as a sixteen bit computer but it came loaded out with a smattering of eight. Bit parts despite all that this one system became the blueprint for computing for decades to come. The pc broke from ibm's tradition. It opened the doors to outside developers and by doing so it changed computing forever but looking at the bill of parts. It's hard to see how that change was even possible somehow. Ibm was able to make magic happen. Break all their own rules and build a future out of the most unexpected components back to advent of computing. I'm your host sean. Has and this is episode fifty one the ibm pc. This is going to be a companion to last episode which covered the development and release of the intel eighty six processor. All episode fifty isn't required to enjoy today's episode. I'd recommend giving it a listen. The eighty six and the pc are kind of two sides of the same coin. It's hard to talk about one without addressing the other this will also be a bit of an epilogue to my series on intel's processors so it wouldn't hurt to be up to date the series so far has covered the four zero four eight zero eight. The eighty ibm's first brush with intel and then finally arrived at the eighty eighty six. That's a lot of eight thousand zeros and a lot of silicon. But we've made it to the payoff to where intels processors into the mainstream in a massive way now. If were to make a list of the most important computers of all time the ibm pc would have to be pretty high up there. It wasn't just a personal computer. It was the personal computer. From which modern systems draw their basic design the development overall architecture and administrative choices surrounding the computer lead to runaway success after ibm blew up in the market. Third party started producing compatible. Pc clones and from there a kind of unintended standard formed. The pc became the defacto in home. Computing up into the current day at the core of the ibm pc was intel's eighty eighty eight microprocessor. That's a modified version of the eighty. Six this is important because ibm's decision and the ensuing pc explosion solidified x eighty six processors as a core part of the p. c. standard. That meant that. Hold a bag around intel. Stopgap chip became part of. Ibm's new baggage but outside of the weird legacy stuff when we get down to it. The ibm pc was a really weird computer especially by ibm standards. The intel chip that made the computer tick was just one aspect of that strangeness. So let's dive into my long overdue coverage of the original. Pc how did ibm's earlier love affair with small computers. Come to a head. What made the pc so different than other ibm systems. That came before it. How did intel get wrapped up in all of this and to round everything out. What would have happened if ibm an intel had never met what were those other options. That didn't come to pass. Honestly it's not hold it easy to find a good starting point for the story of the. Ibm pc in the early. Seventies is probably the best place at least in my opinion this is where the actual product designation numbers start to matter. Officially the ibm pc was called the ibm fifty one fifty which puts it squarely in part of an earlier product. Line the story of that product. Line the fifty. One hundred series is a little convoluted. I covered it back in the archives. An episode called ibm gets personal to quickly. Summarize the key points engineers inside ibm started to realize that they could build a small computer to sell to small businesses. This led to a computer known as the fifty one hundred. An all in-house system developed designed and manufactured by ibm at the time. That was just how ibm did things. Control was a key part of the company's outlook so the fifty one hundred had no third party parts in it. Save for crt tube and a tape. Drive the fifty. One hundred. didn't well mainly because it was insanely expensive. Ibm still very much in the mindset of selling multimillion dollar mainframes over the next few years the computer was revised the fifty one hundred. Turn the fifty one ten and then the fifty one twenty.

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"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"It a listen. The eighty six and the pc are kind of two sides of the same coin. It's hard to talk about one without addressing the other this will also be a bit of an epilogue to my series on intel's processors so it wouldn't hurt to be up to date the series so far has covered the four zero four eight zero eight. The eighty ibm's first brush with intel and then finally arrived at the eighty eighty six. That's a lot of eight thousand zeros and a lot of silicon. But we've made it to the payoff to where intels processors into the mainstream in a massive way now. If were to make a list of the most important computers of all time the ibm pc would have to be pretty high up there. It wasn't just a personal computer. It was the personal computer. From which modern systems draw their basic design the development overall architecture and administrative choices surrounding the computer lead to runaway success after ibm blew up in the market. Third party started producing compatible. Pc clones and from there a kind of unintended standard formed. The pc became the defacto in home. Computing up into the current day at the core of the ibm pc was intel's eighty eighty eight microprocessor. That's a modified version of the eighty. Six this is important because ibm's decision and the ensuing pc explosion solidified x eighty six processors as a core part of the p. c. standard. That meant that. Hold a bag around intel. Stopgap chip became part of. Ibm's new baggage but outside of the weird legacy stuff when we get down to it. The ibm pc was a really weird computer especially by ibm standards. The intel chip that made the computer tick was just one aspect of that strangeness. So let's dive into my long overdue coverage of the original. Pc how did ibm's earlier love affair with small computers. Come to a head. What made the pc so different than other ibm systems. That came before it. How did intel get wrapped up in all of this and to round everything out. What would have happened if ibm an intel had never met what were those other options. That didn't come to pass. Honestly it's not hold it easy to find a good starting point for the story of the. Ibm pc in the early. Seventies is probably the best place at least in my opinion this is where the actual product designation numbers start to matter. Officially the ibm pc was called the ibm fifty one fifty which puts it squarely in part of an earlier product. Line the story of that product. Line the fifty. One hundred series is a little convoluted. I covered it back in the archives. An episode called ibm gets personal to quickly. Summarize the key points engineers inside ibm started to realize that they could build a small computer to sell to small businesses. This led to a computer known as the fifty one hundred. An all in-house system developed designed and manufactured by ibm at the time. That was just how ibm did things. Control was a key part of the company's outlook so the fifty one hundred had no third party parts in it. Save for crt tube and a tape. Drive the fifty. One hundred. didn't.

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"ibm" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"I'd like you to meet lisa. Seacat deluca director of emerging solutions. In a i in a distinguished engineer at ibm if she has a way long title. But i'm not even gonna try to wait through but maybe show tell us. Basically she's innovating ibm's digital technologies but we're gonna find out exactly how she's doing this. Here's the insane part. Lisa holds five hundred patents have been issued and has another two hundred or so patent pending coma. God they even include patents related to electric vehicle charging in tracking the amount of time spent on your mobile phone. I don't know if. I wanna know that information but anyway. She's a proud member of the ibm women. Inventors community act. As i said the most prolific female inventor in ibm history with four children. I don't know we'll be here all day if i read all her credentials. So you'll just read about it. The show notes and we're gonna go on welcome. Greek cactus radio. we saw. thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me it welcome. You're welcome so i'm gonna jump right in. How do you come up with your ideas. Take us a little bit into your thinking process. All great ideas stem from a really good problem right. There's problems all around us. Beer people complaining all the time but the really good problems are the ones that you're hearing consistently especially when it's related or coming from a client need those problems in starting to think. How can i solve this in a way. That nobody else has thought of before removes. They've thought of it a little bit but we can take it a step further. That's where great ideas come from. So is it like you are wrestling with the client problem in you. Come up with another way to do it. Or is it like the proverbial woman who can't find the kind of baby food that she wants for her kids so she decides to try to make it in your kitchen and all of her friends ask for because they like it you know fell because we all definitely both the a little bit of both. I hear you right. It's i definitely have a lot of inventions. That are just my own personal needs as a mom as a human being as a consumer. That's playing with products and then also from my day job right. So you gave me a great introduction. But i oversee our weather business which includes aviation so. There's a lot of problems that are coming up from general business users and what we're doing so it's been really fun to have a little bit of both wow weather climate. Oh my god. There's so much we need. So i bet you are working with noah ash lab ozanich and atmospheric administration of the us government. I am sure our weather businesses somewhere they have the national weather service national weather service sends their data to the weather. Humans we see on tv and get mad out when they're wrong and it's your point about. Climate change is really hard nowadays to predict the weather. And that's one of the things that we're facing as you know you're you've seen so many times during the news just this year. How many hurricanes are coming through. And it's it's definitely been a fun challenge to think through how we can position our solution than our technologies to do better prediction. You know it's interesting <hes>. Before we move on there's two interviews i did. You might wanna listen to allow. I've interviewed three hundred people's. Nah i think they're cool. They're all inventor. Type created the mentors but two of them are women who just won the macarthur genius award for coming up with cool new ways to measure climate impact. One was a different way to measure sea level rise and the other was scientific way to help leverage culture to change people's behavior so they take better care of their land for climate mitigation but getting to the human behavior part and leveraging culture to do it. She's in micronesia. She's an american. She's on assignment. Micronesia's really it's really great andrea dutton and stacey jupiter. Okay really cool. You just want macarthur. Genius mice search for your finance. So you're an inventor to me you're innovate right. So having defined innovation disruptive there's incremental juba definition. What he work from. Yes so for me. I get most excited about the idea of contributing to a larger society right and so all of our ideas when one person comes up with a great idea it allows all of us as humans to build off of it and come up with the next great thing so for me. It doesn't matter how small it is right. It doesn't all have to be life changing ideas. Small little things can eventually lead to those big

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"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"That our tail today is brought to a close. There are many approaches to creating a personal computer off and like a lot of Longshot goals. They were many attempts going on in total isolation. IBM would eventually crack the code with the PC but it wasn't a bolt from the blue devel. And Company had been working towards the personal computer for the better part of a decade and then they only struck a big when they were able to give up all control. The PC was a very unhappy I am computer. It used third-party hardware and it shipped with a whole slate of third-party software, but that was just the Terminus of work that had been brewing since the early 1970s wage. If we actually want to look towards IBM's first personal computer, then we shouldn't be talking about the 5150. We should be looking at scam the 5100 the data master and all the trials and factors that led to the PC we know today and while that story makes things more complicated. I think it's a better one. IBM didn't get their act together all at once instead. They slowly learned they slowly adapted and they were slowly able to let go of a little bit of control if it wasn't for this long evolutionary. We wouldn't have the same computers we have today off. And was over this long Evolution, but Friday was scammed would turn into everyone's PC. Thanks for listening to admin of computing. I'll be back in two weeks time with another piece of the story of the computer. And hey, if you like the show, there are now a few ways you can support it. If you know anyone else who likes Computer History, then why not share the show with them. You can also rate and review on Apple podcasts. And if you want to be a Super Fan, you can now support the show through admin of computing merch or signing up as a patron on patreon agents get access to early episodes olds for the direction of the show and bonus content. You can find links to everything on my website at the end of computing, if you have any comments or suggestions for future episode and then go ahead and shoot me a tweet. I'm at Advent of, on Twitter and as always have a great rest of your day..

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"ibm" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"ibm" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"IBM we is this me watch in my head hi you down with them but almost soldiers over the years from my adolescence but I was too afraid to open screen thank you maybe his pain away these rainy days we is this thanks so much again but their chances right now social understand okay chance only but I can't thank you SO snake down a key for I was in a we mostly because there's we this call me everybody is DJ envy Angela yee Charlamagne the god we are the breakfast club the missus a happy anniversary to my wife two days out nineteen years we've been married three you shall remain so I can't go to the store and purchase anything of course because we are stuck in the crib but this is what I make it all right now I can just see what color this right now I'm showing everybody a revolt yeah I do have a bag and then I will call it a bag in and give it to a file and you know you go I did things online that the store the store doesn't have one okay okay okay okay look into front page news with on those tracks not able to send stuff during this time okay no it's not a sex I mean it's not essential I don't know if they have been noticing too but I'm a total cut get all right that's a fallacy is warning against re opening the economy to Sony was talking to a Senate panel yesterday and was discussing all of the risks to the community here's what he has to say my concern is that if states or cities or regions disregard to a greater degree at checkpoints that we put in our guidelines there is a real risk that you will trigger an outbreak you might not be able to control which in fact docks is we will set you back not only leading to some suffering and death it could be avoided but could even set you back on the road to try to get economic recovery yeah it's crazy they said the lead to outbreak that we can't control as if we're controlling this with we control the first one yet now according to official estimates they're saying about eighty thousand Americans have died and doctors without the feels like the real number is likely much higher than that most of us feel that the number of deaths are likely harder than that number because given the situation particularly in New York City that there may have been people died at home who are not counted as cold it because they never really got to the hospital so we direct answer to your question I think you are correct that the number is likely higher I I don't know exactly what tire but almost certainly is higher well maybe to go listen to get a second opinion you know when you have a doctor usually will need a second opinion you know like with the first dogs there was a second opinion download now as far as the vaccine is that on the horizon here's what that's about he had to say about a possible vaccine we have many candidates I hope to have multiple winners this will be important because this will be good for global availability if we have more than one successful candidate there's also the possibility of negative consequences what's certain vaccines can actually enhance the negative effect of the infection yeah which is which is very scary when you when you hear all those things and and like I said I'm just leaving the crib like I'm I'm okay like you know my kids to be home schooled a goal to zoom out I'm not taking any trips we'd close it I assume you know the only thing I got to decide it what I would do is is Madison going to college next year I don't think she's the definitely not gonna be staying on campus I just don't feel comfortable she's got the travel every day and depending on the class size will depend on it will not allow to go to class and yes I got to watch out for most of my friends was was telling me yesterday she was like I don't know but I need my kids to go back to school because she has to work so she's not sure because she's a single mom she's I don't know what I'm supposed to do in my kids if I have to go to work and I have nobody to leave them with she was like I don't know if you don't mind sending your kids to school she's like I don't have a choice right that is definitely a problem a lot of people of faith and you know look man I don't know what dances are because I really don't know what the hell is going on I just noticed in home as much as possible is probably the safest bet with you we have to go to work and you know people do have to take their kids go they gotta go to work especially single mothers so I just don't know man this is a very bad situation and never in America have a hand situation handle so all I see now is it I've never seen them be whether they'll be like to stay home keep because somebody some people really just don't have that option so right what do you do in that scenario I'm now house Democrats have released a new coronavirus relief proposal and that proposal will be expected to be more than three trillion dollars that will be the largest relief package in history but they've already said the Republicans have already said that that bill is dead on arrival in the Senate they said it's got so much I'm related to corona virus it's dead on arrival here in days that pisses me off is me all because this shows you that America is a sham and we now again all lot of America that we possibly could be they've already given out one point eight trillion then the putting proposals on the table for three trillion but we know we still can't get free healthcare racking get free college education you know rain is you got all these homeless veterans in St just stop and even went off to fight for his country ninety in the middle of the street begging for change this country should be ashamed of it so that they can always bail out these corporations and the fact that they can just say Hey we can give you two hundred dollars a month if we want to but they haven't done this before like I mean I'm any problems could have been solved ABS mereka absolutely right the fact that when we say we want to three trillion man that is correct when we was all living high off the hog here in America you know many problems could be solved if somebody would just have some empathy instead you know what let's give a relief package to people who really need it just because yep now because we're in trouble with just because you're right this is America they share solution all right well that is your front page news all right thank you miss ye now when we come back Nicky jam will be joining us we'll kick it with Nicky jam of course Latin artists he was a bad boys two yes the way they'll know docu series on Netflix so we'll kick it when we come back I still moves the breakfast club good morning breakfast we're all living in the ripple effects of history the butterfly flaps its wings in China in the nineteenth century and your uber driver misses a turn for the airport war and eccentric genius invents air conditioning and change the course of American politics I'm Sean Braswell.

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"ibm" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on TechStuff

"You know. The challenges are greater in different. How do you get kids to come to the table? and participate in online education? A lot of that has to do with making sure. No. I've heard a lot of school leaders who are calling families twice a week just to check in I think the emotional part of school, and how amazing teachers are with our young people We can't forget that piece to so finding ways to make sure that we're creating these inclusive classrooms where students feel heard, where continue to feel nurtured I think that we've got experiment with ways to do that. I think. I know some teachers are experimenting with smaller classroom opportunities, or they might be having their own kinds of office hours. Just like you were doing a university stunning to students who are falling behind, so there's a huge range of a different kinds of ways that educators are trying to help and I think it mirrors many of the best practices that we're seeing in the workplace. I think for us at IBM what the pandemic has done is. A greater sense of urgency around our work screen know that innovation happens through diversity. We know that there's so much untapped talent around the world, and we're really committed to bringing the very best experts skills to the table to drive our business forward. To enable us to help our clients and to solve some of the world's greatest challenges, so you know our goal is to be able to nurture talent wherever it exists. Give them the tools and the skills that they need by working with the public sector with.

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"ibm" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on TechStuff

"You know. The challenges are greater in different. How do you get kids to come to the table? and participate in online education? A lot of that has to do with making sure. No. I've heard a lot of school leaders who are calling families twice a week just to check in I think the emotional part of school, and how amazing teachers are with our young people We can't forget that piece to so finding ways to make sure that we're creating these inclusive classrooms where students feel heard, where continue to feel nurtured I think that we've got experiment with ways to do that. I think. I know some teachers are experimenting with smaller classroom opportunities, or they might be having their own kinds of office hours. Just like you were doing a university stunning to students who are falling behind, so there's a huge range of a different kinds of ways that educators are trying to help and I think it mirrors many of the best practices that we're seeing in the workplace. I think for us at IBM what the pandemic has done is. A greater sense of urgency around our work screen know that innovation happens through diversity. We know that there's so much untapped talent around the world, and we're really committed to bringing the very best experts skills to the table to drive our business forward. To enable us to help our clients and to solve some of the world's greatest challenges, so you know our goal is to be able to nurture talent wherever it exists. Give them the tools and the skills that they need by working with the public sector with.

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"ibm" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"IBM late afternoon well bought it it okay we've got a little bit will delay here so we're gonna have to come to work with that it's it's it's really really good to hear your voice and to hear that you are safe what is going on in Taiwan well right now I think there's a general sense of relief China's really the their their movement the the military actions really backfired on them the presently got elected was they had four candidates and he took a fifty four percent margin which is could be that is a that's only could be considered a landslide victory and a mandate that China's going to have to back down on their tactics and tree Kate Taiwan a little bit different so it's it's it I think everybody hears quite happy about that it's a very complex situation which is not over and will be fodder for the the news for a long time to come very good well you I I understand that you're actually at the sun gene I guess group of factories it's not just one factory but there are many factors there and you've been getting the grand tour is that right all I got to see on a one eight the CS made from start to finish from the acquisition of all the little parts and the incredible machinery they have to you know to insert some of the service not parts on to the circuit board and watch them through believe it or not twenty five quality but testing steps before it went to the quality assurance so I was to to say the least very impressed with what I've seen here so everybody what you told me about then quality assurance or quality control where they literally beat someone to death it was amazing they had the they have a choice group for the average tenure here is ten years and they went ahead and they poll I believe something like thirty two out of a hundred and they go through and inspected not only with a fine tooth comb but it gets to the point where they're bang in the radios they take them apart testament there are so many oscilloscopes and frequency meters here to check to make sure that everything's turned up perfectly and they the quality assurance group has the ability to to pull everything back until the the products right it's a really professionally made from top to bottom unbelievable so in other words they do to the radios over there are even more a rougher treatment really then the average consumer would would for a start yes it is they have on justice the quality assurance program they have here is I I can't believe how high a level they have attained here I really can't believe it all right are you managing to party in between factory doors well we've been part and it's a it's a it's quite interesting to talk to the the owner of sunny and Kevin politics over here from stand in America too so they've been treating us to a some wonderful we went to wonderful temple today that was literally hand carved the whole the whole piece.

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"ibm" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"ibm" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"IBM late afternoon well bought it is okay we've got a little bit will delay here so we're gonna have to kind of work with that it's it's it's really really good to hear your voice and to hear that you are safe what is going on in Taiwan well right now I think there's a general sense of relief China is really the their their movement the military actions really backfired on them the president Lee who got elected was they had four candidates and he took a fifty four percent margin which is could be that is a that's only could be considered a landslide victory and a mandate that China's going to have to back down on their tactics and treated Taiwan a little bit different so it's it's it I think everybody hears quite happy about that it's a very complex situation which is not over and will be fodder for the the news for a long time to come very good well you I I understand that you're actually out the sun gene I guess group of factories it's not just one factory but there are many factories there and you've been getting the grand tour is that right all I got to see in a one eight the CS made from start to finish from the acquisition of all the little parts and the incredible machinery they have to you know to insert some of the service members on to the circuit board and watch them through believe it or not twenty five quality testing steps before it went to the quality assurance so I was to to say the least very impressed with what I've seen here so everybody what you told me about then quality assurance or quality control where they literally beat someone to death it was amazing they had they have a choice group for the average tenure here is ten years and they went ahead and they poll I believe something like thirty two out of a hundred and they go through and inspected not only with a fine tooth comb but it gets to the point where they're bang in the radio they take them apart testament there are so many oscilloscopes and frequency meters here to check to make sure that everything's turned up perfectly and there the quality assurance group has the ability to to pull everything back until the the products right it's a really professionally made from top to bottom unbelievable so in other words they do to the radios over there even more a rougher treatment really then the average consumer would would for a start yes it is they have I'm just to the quality assurance program they have here is I I can't believe how high a level they have attained here I really can't believe it all right are you managing to party in between factory doors well we've been part in its it's it's quite interesting to talk to the owner of sunny and Kevin politics over here from stand in America too so they've been treating us to a so wonderful we went to wonderful temple today that was literally hand carved.

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"ibm" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"ibm" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Work with a I've been trained by experts in twenty different the IBM the cloud it's free talk live the new year's eve edition we're here live you can take control of the airwaves you can bring up anything that you want ends want to remind you that fork fest twenty twenty the fourth fork fast is going to be happening in the summer time it'll be actually about the second week in the summer starting June twenty ninth until July fifth that means it will include independence day for the very first time ever because in twenty twenty four fest will follow the porcupine freedom festival previously it had come before the porcupine freedom vessel which is it's gonna be a good change I think in a lot of ways one it's going to be a little later in this it's gonna be actually in the summer instead of the last week of spring I can be your marketing is gonna include fourth for the fourth actually you should lashing should rename it to just for this year rename it forth fest you got to go I got I got I have good work animals and I got animals to feed yeah yeah yeah yeah you can hire people to do annal feedings hype you know what a like middle men hello is it been since you've been up there Conan hello two thousand I'll note for five years okay really for five years about I guess not I but I've never been the forecast I've only been right porcupine freedom fest I don't understand why people like you and bother having kids is not what they're for their for work in the well his moved out yes I know I'm you bring back in temporary state season you're speaking about Bernie she's in Verne Val of Vermont she doing lots I don't know all I know is that we don't talk as much days and I think it has to do with politics no work fast dot party if you wanna get together with people that actually share a lot of your beliefs not all of them you never know who you're gonna meet their libertarians Valadares anarchists they're gonna hang out from June twenty ninth till July fifth at Rogers campground it's in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire maybe just wanna chill out relax campus mother freedom lovers or maybe you want to create a thing for those people to do because fork fest is decentralized there's no organizer so Johnson you're talking about marketing I mean yeah I market for fast but it's not on behalf of anybody right not for anybody that there are other people that market for trust as well right I think Chris Wade our Friday night host is actually promoting for fast on a Lennix meant website or the Lennix meant website yeah so I need a great I hope we get more crypto people to shop it was really like almost like a crypto camping festival this year because all of the vendors were taking crypto currency which is awesome you could eat all day long so I'm sure if Chris gets his way they'll be a large free and open source software contingent wonderful they could have like speeches or hackathon or something like that you can put whatever you want together merge with what's that the the I don't even know where you're gonna Jack Jack should Max thing alt exponents expo the lord thanks bro and have some sort of thank you and I'm gonna happen or they could do it separately you never know right like people can do whatever kind of merging or creating of they things they want to it's up to you the experience that you have there there's no organizer's there's no tickets the only thing you got to do is just book a campsite at Rogers are gonna for close to a party that is an unofficial website at the link you to chat room and forum in such a let's go back to Serie she's on the line with us here in California sure your government school teacher out in California and cut and you to ask the question right before we went to break the the the big what we hear what we pleads here quite often is that teachers do not make enough in this country and I am just curious and I know you've got some years under your belt so you probably make a lot more than the guys just entering into the position but what what is your opinion on the how teachers are paid I think overall it's not too bad any aspect I mean you still spend money on your classroom because you don't get and a lot of money you know you get so much you only get a little bit of money for your classroom but you end up spending a lot of your money but I don't I'm not you bad I mean my husband makes an income to so you're not uncomfortable after however many decades of teaching you feel like you're all right and you also get some benefits in there as well that I imagine aren't too bad yeah I mean I don't think I make that by the late now when I worked for the private school that was really difficult because then you're not making anything I mean you're making anywhere from forty thousand at the most and actually that high so usually it's around the twenty and right now I'm making in the seventies and I'm not gonna get any higher in the park openness my master but yeah yeah I mean that seems like a little bit like a decent you're you're not in San Francisco right no okay and it's not bad I mean it most seven thousand dollars of the national that's almost rich territory people out I've gotten to where he can out now you do spend you know more than you don't work twelve hours I mean you spend you know you work you get work and then you work when you get home yeah but what about ten o'clock at night sometimes but one day I and just working the one day is off I think one day off a week what do you do from July to September July two so I start planning for the next year I take pride but a month completely off why don't do any school stuff what did you do take a lot of I know some schools as well prep courses for teachers for the upcoming year during the summer morning yeah you have classes that you'll go to you might take classes little short ones you know on the line you might find something new to try out with the new with that young net new year they spend a lot a lot I think that's what people don't realize is that you spend so so much time sure I was a thanks for calling in joining us here tonight definitely appreciate hearing from you and thanks for sharing your experience she sounds like somebody who you know got into it for the right reasons she did say when asked you know what she would like to see changed as having more choice more educational choice from the teacher's perspective a she did indicate that she was given some choice meaning that she had to teach to certain standards that are you know cram down from on high but ultimately that she could sort of support supplement that I guess with some and has taught in private schools yeah but probably decided not to continue that route because they make so much less the money's better also money isn't the bunnies better when they the government the facility so which is which it you know like like I said this which is probably why that charter school what we talked about earlier failed because it could not compete with the too big to fail education system and while it might be a salary of seventy thousand dollars if you're taking a month off it's more like seventy six thousand that's a lot of by the way I'm sorry because very that's a lot of their money for for what a teacher has to do I'm I know that you're providing a good service but that's my it's a paid vacation for a month and you said your husband back into so I mean that's a land line yeah and that's not including the Bennies right so seventy thousand plus the bachelor's degree I should going to teach you go for that but that kind of money I mean like why not I should be doing something better than you know go go you know you're you has two other battles right you know teaching English in some other country let's get one these companies they have benefits they have packages no need to Greece for that I heard they're just looking vehicle could see so much a lot of the ones I've looked at or the good ones required agrees start starting a bachelor's in up in in yeah you can drag and I'll be I mean the best of all time types teachers because I have a degree in art so you know I could go teach art at the school there you go make that money will never get rid of me they Love Me the toll free number is nice you know the liberal backpage should a fifty five four fifty free we're going to talk about to the shooting we need to because I have a sneaking suspicion that a little a large segment of our population probably hasn't heard about this okay because it doesn't fit the agenda the gun grabbing take the guns away from the desk jockeys from the button pushes because we don't want them with the ability to defend themselves if they don't like how we're doing things because that's what it's all about it's not about hunting it's not about you know what's you know the second man is not in not even about defending yourself from burglars because when the when the framers were coming up with this idea and the guys before them as well I don't think any of them they could ever conceive a time when no one would not have guns it course you're gonna use are going to go hunting that's not what it's that's not what it's about it's about when the first amendment fails and you can no longer get the yahoos that are taking charge of your life to listen and reason the second amendment is there to protect and to take it back so in this case IT help when attending Christmann was drafted you know you private civilians had must get some cannons and you know the government had muskets and cannon was coming up here a fifty five traders we've all bought books we've all surgeon that we're all looking for that magic formula well.

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"ibm" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ibm" Discussed on Z104

"Yeah thank you do IBM second that'll see you you'll be surprised that happens it sounds nothing new so is on thank god you can they without even question you can I was training over the.

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