5 Burst results for "James Wide"
"james wide" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Keep going that stack. All right, let's move on now. What else you got? I mean, that's fine. Just throwing names out, just throwing teams out, just throwing it, just having some fun. I like the star of the sun. Him and Don Schultz go to the Texans. Quietly accumulating. Dalton Schultz is a Texan, huh? All right. And the bills replace him with Damien Harris goes from New England. Buffalo. Dude. Clearing the way for the Patriots to draft bijan Robinson in 14. Get out of here. Daniel Jeremiah has I know and he's got. Come on. I trust him. He knows what's happening in the league. You think the Patriots who are the absolute all time kings of plugging in anybody doesn't matter who it is or where James wide Antoine Smith, right? Corey Dillon can't do jackin Cincinnati. He shows up. He's got a ring. Danny frigging woodhead. They're going to go ahead and use a first round selection on a running back. They did it with Sony Michelle, one in the Super Bowl. He scored the lone touchdown. That's who won the Super Bowl. Yeah, that whole playoffs. He was terrific. He was terrific. Thank you very much. He was terrific in the playoffs. Okay. Mike era follows speaking of bijan Robinson. Yeah. Future New England patriot. Took a prejudged visit with the Philadelphia Eagles. Oh no. I'm telling you. Oh no. I'm telling you about that. I'm telling you, I told you. You did throw that out there. Overall.
"james wide" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Accidentally invade somebody's privacy. You could Google your neighbor's name and they could say this person is a serial killer. Those things are things that they kind of mirror what you could get from normal search engines, normal search engines, turn up wrong, possibly illegal speech all the time. And section two 30 can cover those, and it's pretty established at this point. Nobody wants to go and say search instincts are illegal. But there is this whole new field of AI search and there is also this sudden push to limit section two 30, which is as any verge cast reader knows, the law that means that user generated content, if you're a platform and a user generates content, you're not the speaker of that content, you're not liable for it typically. And we don't know how that applies yet. And we're just about to hear the Supreme Court case that says any kind of technical system or technical organization of information on these platforms might end up causing them to have liability. And we've got this sudden new technology made by companies that many people consider very controversial. This is a huge minefield for AI search. Yeah, the reason I said it remix just be clear. So the Gonzalez case, the Islamic State, ISIS has content on YouTube, YouTube, algorithm, promotes it to people, they get sued and say, you're liable for pruning these people. Just to that case, right, Addy? Yeah, it's about you're promoting them and that makes this substantially different from if you were just, you know, allowing them to use your channel. Just to create channels. Right. So putting them in their recommendation algorithm takes you out of two 30. It makes you liable for the continent itself. The reason I said a remix is we're training it on this data. So an a normal search result page, you're like, is James Vincent a good person? And there's like ten articles that say, yes, he is, and there's one from Sydney at Bing dot com. He's horrible. And Google is not liable for the last one. Right. Because it's just pointing to it. If Bard, Google's AI, remixes all that content and spits out an answer that's like James incident is not a good person. Is it now liable for defaming James? Wide open question, and the Gonzalez case, if you say, well, the recommendations make you now liable for the content. It feels like a pretty easy jump to, well, if you just reprint it as a summary from an AI, you're not liable for it as well. Yeah, exactly. And the big scary question mark is that we can't tell and that even if there are court cases that you can point back in and say, well, maybe it's like this, a bunch of it is political. A bunch of it is not dictated by some kind of previous thing that courts have decided. It's just this big open formless void of future law. I'm fond of reminding our very technical audience and the verge has the United States legal system is not a deterministic system. It is not predictable. At the center of it, much like OpenAI, less clarence Thomas, and whatever his brain wants to do, who knows. He does not like section two 30. So you have a combination of it, non deterministic. So you see the Joker making. I see it. I see it. Clarence Thomas is just a moody teenager who's like, what if I burn the world down? That's accurate though. All right, I feel like we need to break this segment. I would say yesterday in the day before, I heard a lot of very confident predictions that Microsoft would have to pull Bing. Because it was just wild in. It does not appear that that's the case. Microsoft put out a blog post. I think to front run the time is piece where Kevin was like, I want to kiss you. Sorry. To be clear, Bing wanted to kiss Kevin, all right? They put a blog post saying we're learning. We're going to add some toggles. We were not expecting people to use it for entertainment, which is like my dudes, you've been out of the web game for so long you don't know what people will do with any open text field on the Internet. In entertainment. So Microsoft is keeping it up. James, do you think that there's any danger they're going to pull it down or any risk beyond this? I think as you point out the blog post was, it was not really defensive. It was not strident in the way that nadella was, but it was quite, you know, it's going to happen. Stuff's going to happen. We didn't expect this. It's going to be fine. They had some interesting points in there. Pointed out technical features that if you go longer than 15 back and forth, it starts to lose its mind. And also, if you, I think this is super important, by the way, they pointed out that if you give it an emotion, it will try and mirror that emotion. This is just a little aside, but there was a great study done by anthropic, which is the AI startup founded by ex OpenAI employees. And they did a study on the qualities of large language models that they embody. And one of the things they studied was sycophancy was their term for it. The degree to which a model will agree with what the user tells them. And they found the larger the model, the greater the degree of sycophancy, and it's really clear, you know, you look at their graphs. The more complicated the model is, the more it tends to agree with whatever it's being told. So this is a known problem. Microsoft knew this was a problem. I agree that it's completely disingenuous that they said, oh, we didn't know people. You don't be don't be an idiot. They know this stuff. But I don't think at this point there's much being can do unless it leads to a situation where someone is directly harmed, that will cause them to pull it. I think they've sort of, if they've ridden out this week of manipulative gaslighting, smooching. They're probably through the worst, you know? I have been so many relationships like that. Just to be clear. College. Right. And if you survived the first week, you often end up going out with them for years. Becky wouldn't date me for a straight up decade. She's like, I've known you. I've seen it. We're just gonna wait until this calms down. All right, thank you. Thank you
"james wide" Discussed on The Trendzone
"Um we mentioned earlier. James wide is going to be out of this game. Damian harris has been okay but under four yards a carry. Dave pounding the table. Get my guy ramachandra stevenson in there. Get him in. Maybe that's what the hood he's been waiting for. They need to get a spark on offense. The defense has been pretty good but not good enough to carry this team. So it's definitely work in progress. And i think that the the bucks are going to lay a beat down on these patriots dude. You're right. it is personal. Yeah and it and it is. It's the buccaneers weakness. Is the back end of that defense. Not the front end. So it's gonna have to fall on mac To to pass the ball around. Rfk let's move on to the highlight game of the week. Monday night football on day night. Football it is the las vegas rate as coming into los angeles play. Are chargers chargers at home. Get the favor by three and a half talk about the reader. Yeah it's taken a couple overtime games. But the rate is sitting there and defeated at three and derek carr baby beep beep leading the nfl with over twelve hundred passing yards. He's had at least three hundred twenty five passing yards and five straight games going back to week sixteen of last year. So he's playing really good football and he's taken care of the football too. And that's part of the reasons that raise raiders. Have the number one offense in the nfl. at over. Four hundred seventy yards a game. I mentioned the overtime win by. What's more impressive. They've overcome fourteen point deficit in the fourth quarter twice to beat those ravens who one and then the beat. Those dolphins We talk no Josh jacobs peyton barber out of nowhere had over one hundred yards. So that raiders need that balance they need. A heavy dose of darren waller in this thing to the defense is just kinda k the day. This is one of those grimy. Oh school division or games where it's gonna be a lot of blood sweat and some more blood in this one and It is gonna be rockin at the s-o-f-i who wonder now that the raiders are in las vegas. If we're going to still see the mob of raider. Faithful in los angeles dave. But you'll be able to tell firsthand you're gonna be in the house at the so far for this right. That is correct sir..
"james wide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the fourth floor uprising. This was the third disturbance at the jail in recent weeks. One officer was injured but expected to recover. Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks has died after battling prostate and other cancers. Spinks and his brother Michael Spinks both won gold medals at the Montreal Olympics. Back in 1976 former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes says Spinks will always be remembered for his big upset. Win in 1978, Mom, you know Beat Baby Mama. A lot of people didn't think he won't do it. Of Ali was howling as you know, and nobody really gave Lee out of 10. Uh, important report remembered. I that he went on the day of what he had done. Ali took the title back by beating Spinks in a rematch. Seven months later, Michael Spinks was 67 years old school resource officer in Oklahoma going above and beyond the call of duty. For his students, Master Sergeant James wide watching over students at more Central Junior High school, the school resource officer Noticing that one of the school's basketball players was not on the court asked him why he was ineligible, he said. He was struggling with some classes. So we told him and then other students, I'm saying I'm saying before school come see Media lunch hour, and I'll help you donating his time to help students who need a little extra tutoring, help telling ABC TV affiliate K O C E o that he wants students to know that police officers are there for them. No one would be that positive role model. Positive impact on their lives. Dave Packer ABC NEWS a new study finding a link between teenagers spending more time on social media. And the risk of suicide research from Brigham Young University finds the risks are especially high for teenage girls. It finds a teens use social media on their phone and active ways such as liking and commenting. Depressive symptoms tend to decrease but if they're using it and passive ways, such as endless scrolling that tends to raise depressive symptoms. The study followed 500 teens for a decade from when they were 13 into their mid twenties. Wendy Gillette, CBS.
"james wide" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Stay ahead of the virus, and it's more contagious variants. On Saturday, the University of Michigan paws all athletic activities after collecting several positive test for a variant first discovered in the UK public health officials say the current vaccine can protect Folks from the more contagious form of the virus. However, doses are in short supply across the country and continue to dwindle as states desperately try to figure out why. Shipment of the much anticipated vaccine are shrinking axes. Charles Watson reporting. They're here locally across the Austin area. 16,000 doses of vaccine are coming this way, 12,000 which you're going to Austin Public Health. Here. Steve. Other says a small fraction of eligible people have gotten vaccinated so far, but he says he has told the Biden White House, the city condole that form are quite far more quantity than it's gotten, and he's hoping that may spur the supply. I ask for your continued patience until the federal and state governments distribute more vaccine doses. We can't. We can't give away Costa's We don't We don't have the remains optimistic that by this summer, anyone who wants a vaccine will be able to get one. Austin Travis County health officials explained how hospitals could benefit from one B phase one b vaccine, local health authority, Dr Mark Ask out, says people in the classifications. One be specifically those aged 65 above. Or at the most risk of death and hospitalization, which is why they're trying to get them vaccinated for covert 19 quick as we get through that group, whose highest risk for hospitalization that that threat of overwhelming the health care system may be largely resolved. Does that mean we can relax completely as a community? No, because we have lots of people who are younger than that. We could still have some stress of the hospitals. He says the area hospitals could see that threat dissipation around the March or April John Cooley News radio K O. B. J on campus classes resumed today for the Austin school District spokesman Eddie Via says keeping kids away from campus for the past couple of weeks, combined with continued mitigation effort to really paid off. We know that some good students to learn better on campus so You know, families do wish to return. Now it is safer now than it was in the past two weeks says Returning to campus is not mandatory and kids any student wants to continue learning virtually from home conduce so for the remainder of the school year and an icon in the local live music scene has died. James Wide, who founded the broken spoke, passed away over the weekend. His family says he'd recently been hospitalized for congestive heart failure, but he had returned home from the hospital. He was 81 years old. And it is 5 34 now and take a look at the roadway situation. Austin's on time traffic Watch out for slick streets..