6 Burst results for "Jason Mos"

"jason mos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

08:06 min | 11 months ago

"jason mos" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You're focused on. Yes absolutely so kind of given my engineering emol background. I'm particularly drawn to everything in devils date infrastructure. Mls applications and infrastructure. But i invest across stages. How'd you get started machine learning. Yeah that's a good question. So i i grew up. I love math s. I did a lot of competitive math growing up. And that kind of led me at some point to discover programming which i thought was super interesting and then you know what i was in college. It just seemed like machine. Learning was kind of a marriage of math and programming and turns into a little bit of of magic so i took some classes in college. Thought it was extremely interesting and you could see you know the the application starting to develop at the time you know there were self driving car companies but they were extremely Live and some other sort of robotic applications but yeah as i sort of graduated college in thought about what i wanted to do next. I joined scale. Ai so the company. The mission of the company is to advance. Ai applications so we start with ground truth labeling and primarily at. I was serving autonomous vehicle customers but now skills branched out to many different types of customers in l. p. labeling and jason mo for products so really being scale for four years. That's what kind of gave me a front row seat to everything that was going on in bell and made solidify by interest in it. What sort of things do autonomous vehicles need labeled. Yeah they need a lot. I think a great analogy with your teaching a baby or a child. You know how to recognize certain things and act on them so most autonomous vehicles they have multiple sensors to figure out what's going on in the world around them so all of them are all that i know of have cameras and cameras oliver kind of placed in different spots around the car to give you that three sixty degree view and many. Abc's or autonomous vehicles have lighter. So that's a a three depth sensor perhaps supplemented with radar which can go even further and essentially win. You are training an autonomous vehicle to see things like recognize pedestrians to recognize where they are in the world. You have to give them lots of data that's been labeled by humans to teach them essentially so for example something that we do with scale lot was a take images and that have humans and emma on our side. Figure out okay. Here's where the pedestrians are on these images with straw tutti bounding boxes around them or for light our data. Here's where a bicycle is traveling in the light data. Let's put a three d. box around it and once an outgoing an algorithm enough these examples and can learn how to behave in any sort of circumstance. Obviously it's an over simplification but what's what's interesting about. This is with this sort of method with deep learning. You need so many different examples labeled by humans to teach the algorithms of. That's where something like scale comes in handy. Will that vision of a i. If i kind of in my mind extend that out. It seems like we could get into a world where development is just consuming. All these micro services go to one vendor for pedestrian detection. I go to another for something else. Sort of the antithesis of me building some agi approach do you have any thoughts on what near-term industrial success is gonna look like. Yeah i i think it will be super interesting. I think for you know these sort of super sophisticated use cases like self driving that need ninety nine point nine nine nine percent accuracy. There probably won't be sort of a micro service that offers that that's the core competency of of these companies but then four more general use cases. Were already starting. Starting to see sort of email in a box is that people are offering. Now you open. I obviously of famously with gp g. three but now have multiple companies offering different vision in. Oh p api's to consume so. I think it's it's super exciting. I mean it'll be interesting to see. The what's the sort of mix of people that are consuming these api's versus building internally and what's the persona of the user ends up consuming these api's right it. Nimmo engineer. Who wants to do something spun up very quickly. Or is it a software engineer or even less technical user and i think the companies in the space are all developing opinions about who the right sort of in consumer is at least. I think it's more of a timing question right. Like what's what's the right time to give people these tools. Yeah yeah well. Autonomous vehicles are. Were definitely in the moment right. There's a lot of money and interest in research and success flowing into that area. You disagree but it seems like now would be the wrong time to start from scratch brand new automated vehicle company. Because you're up against such stiff competition i disagree or don't but Yeah i guess let's start there. Do you think this is the time a challenger could come into the market or is it more about finding other ways to contribute if you want to innovate in this space. Yeah i mean it's a it's a great questrom. I think as you said a ton of venture capital money has already floatin to quite a few autonomous vehicle companies. We've seen massive consolidation in the space so multiple companies going public multiple companies getting acquired. So it's starting to mature. We have deployments where people are driving around certain cities. Or maybe you know. We have cities where you can get a delivery by by a robot. There are clear real world examples which is super exciting In terms of could you start a self driving car company now. I'm actually. i'm optimistic. That there is always some sort of technological innovation that can unlock. You know sort of new developments. So for example one that was started very recently wabi from raquel who used to lead uber. At jeez team. They have kind of a novel approach. Where they're overcoming their data disadvantage essentially all these companies f accumulated so much data over the years by doing really novel things in simulation so that could potentially really work. And i think with av as with most companies the best strategy of winning. And i wouldn't say that i'm completely convinced. Last mover can't be done effectively. There's definitely lot of other places if i was passionate about a or just. Mls general abc's along pipeline. You need the training you described in so many other pieces. Do you have any thoughts on the way. The tooling is evolving. What are the big opportunities in data infrastructure today. Yeah absolutely. I think we're seeing you know if you look at where a lot of Venture capital interests going. We're seeing a lot of different categories that people now recognize are necessary both for abc's and for other implications so you know you have the simulation the synthetic data base what the says is can you bootstrap the training testing of these models with data. That isn't just from the real world labeled fully by human rights. So can you create fake data in some way to train her test. Things more quickly a lot of a lot of interest. There applied intuition now scale is developing offering. There's a lot of touring around robotics. Deployment like fleet management debugging had he process all these logs very effectively robots especially he's generate a ton a ton of data From all the different sensors. And so you know we. I see sort of startups starting to come into each one of these faces and not only selling abc but selling to to other companies. So that's kind of broadly. What i see more on the Sort of yeah..

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"jason mos" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"jason mos" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"Moving up natalie. Portman abandons days of abandonment project abandoned project abandoned so natalie portman has exited the. Hbo film days of abandonment. According to the hollywood reporter the film was adapted from the novel of the same name. By ellen elena. Elena ferrante Okay so i've just skimming just real quick okay here. So here's here's the statement Due to unforeseen personal reasons natalie portman has stepped down from. Hbo days of of abandonment prior to the start of filming unfortunately to production will not move forward. We are very sorry. We won't be able to bring this beautiful story to the screen with our talented writer director and cast we send our sincere thanks to our cast producers and crew for all their passion and hard work bats passive aggressive. Ed's it sucks right so it just seems in terms of the announcement of representatives from hbo. It seems like natalie portman has stepped down and based on the lack of that star power. We no longer have funding. And we won't be able to do this. No and so since or her attachment was the reason. The project greenlight. She was also set to oversee as as executive producer. Obviously most of these big stars are executive producers. Now on these shows. Natalie portman is one of the biggest so It looks like that's exactly what happened that there was a project she was attached for. Some reason unforeseen personal reason she could not no longer Do the project and so the project went away. This happens all the time in hollywood actually When there's big stars involved we we hear about it more Soon we we thought we'd let you know if you were looking forward to days of abandonment Sorry we're gonna have to wait longer. Hopefully they find somebody else. What was that movie with natalie. Portman when she goes into the big bubble. Oh come on. it's a great movie. Yeah i've heard it's great. It's jeep not jason isaacs. isaac asimov. No please help us in the chat. Because i'm just. I don't know but i'm just saying like no. No important is a powerhouse of hollywood and so it is interesting just to see when when she when natalie portman decides that she doesn't want to do something anymore. The entire production falls apart. And when also it's part of the reason why. I'm excited for love and thunder two movies. All the nile. Elation i pr- nihil yes well thank you appreciate. They'd probably be. I haven't looked but they probably got it before me. Oh probably took me a while. I have sometimes no deal on ninety percent of the time just out of my gourd the anyway so that well. It's it's you know. What the creative. The creative differences argument is always confusing and well. At least they didn't use that at least they just said you know. She's had personal reasons. She had to step down from the film. Okay good and for personal reasons and that's fine. I guess yeah. Everybody wants to call in sick some days. I wanted to call today. Yeah i know me too. Dude i love. I was having too good of a time the next the next item. Actually this'll be our last item. And then i do wanna play the cinderella official trailer from Prime video reboot the crow. Rebid director weighs in on possible release of his adventure Filmmaker corn hardy has been working on the development of a new entry into the crow franchise for years with adventure. Even having aquaman star jason mo- attached as the lead only for that project to ultimately fall apart.

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"jason mos" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"jason mos" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Also you want somebody who is as good as matthew mcconaughey. He's not going to give you. He's not gonna ask you for money if you're trying to and they're asking you for money you need to be like so i want to be with her son. Jason mo is not going to hit you up in your dm's grown you know who hit me up. So i had to. I had david foster and george clooney. Why yes pictures of those two coming in wanting to be my friend on two first. You know. Also watch out for that if they have to first names. That's a red flag as well but yeah apparently wherever these people were doing it from. They don't know who. George clooney or david foster. Well apparently george clooney's really tired of a mall because lord no she's not interesting whatsoever my laura which celebrity was it where this woman wound up giving him one hundred thousand dollars. This was within the. This is right before valentine's day and it was a big celebrity and You know she was dating him like oh no it was real. I mean but it was. It was a total scam huge celebrity. Who has millions and millions and millions of dollars so and this woman. I think sent like one hundred thousand dollars steak and i mean a lot of money because he needed help for a concert or does it hit the robber no it wasn't i mean if you said it i would remember it. I just can't i can't i. It was somebody that we knew a very well-known actor the the women the actress from blackish. That happened to her. She met a guy at the gym. And he wound up scamming her for tens of thousands of dollars On some fake film project and and to her courage she came out and she talked about it. So yeah it's If it happens it it definitely happens again when we're getting our needs. I mean just imagine being in the yummy ist relationship that you've ever been in And then having somebody tell you. Yeah that person's not real. I mean who is going to believe the one who's being yummy or the one who's who's the naysayer who you know you start thinking. Well maybe they don't want to be happy. I know what you're talking about. The blockage actress jenifer lewis. And guess can you imagine so. She met the man at the gym. He said that he was a doctor. And navy seal and oxford university graduate. He said that he was a professor. I think it was like l..

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"jason mos" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"jason mos" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"The baby. Boomer i'm jason crane refreshing. Ut austin generation nine editor joke ruin and you're you're doing okay. Jason you sound a little under the weather how you feeling really thick now. I'm going to be completely i. I have felt the second awhile Fingers crossed it's not co- bit i'm gonna go get tested once for this and You know hopefully all's well some coming home and a half weeks so i guess if there's one silver lining of this that and getting sick before i come home so then i'll be able to get the full home experience on back all but Kinda sucks right now especially with the great weather last football game. This weekend it's really inconvenient time dissect but i was at the focus on my health above have times. Okay buddy. I feel bad for you all right. Let's let's talk about this episode. Your white sox hired tony larussa. After firing manager of the year candidate. Ricky run to who took the outsiders to the postseason for the first time in twelve years. They hire a septuagenarian hall of fame. Coach tony larussa. Clearly jerry reinsdorf decision. Everyone knows the story that he never got over the fact that he let hawk harrelson fire. Larussa thirty four years ago. When hawk was the general manager and now late in life. He's making amends. Jason mo- sox fans hate this. Move if you were to believe talkradio here in chicago. How do you feel This so this is one of the things. Obviously i q things about the white sox before they get out. Here was the things that might happen. People were talking about the field. Talk about and when i heard the first time in my twitter like there's no way how they're going to do this because the back was against the organizational direction of the young team with players that are under control for the next five sixty. You would like a manager was used to working with that. Aj hinch and and manager who is able to cater to a young clubhouse a clubhouse that obviously has a lot of fun. let's celebrations in the handshake. I mean clubhouses very diverse of one of the most diverse clubhouses in baseball. And they hire seventy six year old manager who has left baseball before defensive shares manager challenging and statcast than in the game. So it's gonna be really interesting honestly. I've been telling all my friends and everybody i've talked to. They win the world series next year. The move will always because for me. Because all i ever wanted is to see what sock world series but if we are two years on the line and the white sox of not wanting wealth two years at the very least made it to the world. Series is one of the worst in sports history. The white sox had the opportunity to the top five managers in sport and age agent. Alex cora and then an interview either of them which is an absolute disaster in its own right but rousseau there's no doubting that he's the greatest man history of the sport that i believe the game has tapped them up. I don't know he's going to be able to adjust to the game. Like i said he was not thankful the last time when the manager challenges in fact he. He's been retired for three years before the manager challenged within the play. Or you're going to be and feel the series he's going to be able to just three better minimum our guys giulino or dallas parkway going to be left in the game for too long i. I'm really concerned. I'm intrigued and i'm really hoping that. End up being the best move. But i can't help selfish on jerry reinsdorf part but you know what's crazy though is that he's supposed to be the anti analytics higher. Get when tony. Larussa came into the game as a manager. He was considered the nouveau manager. Because he was a lawyer he had a law degree and he was outsmarting everybody else and people thought. Oh gosh this is new school baseball. It's never going to work so if he was able to change it back then. What's not to say that he can't adapt now. He's a smart guy. Well he's the only time. Baseball fact white sox test stuff in to stanford grads and as ancient sam fold so clearly. There are other smart guys out there. I suppose the cards of the ability to it for a second time to a changing game at the age of seventy six is something that i really really worry about i again. It goes back to shifting. Goes back to do. Pick changes pinch hitting tampa bay. Rays came to game short of winning a world series. And they did that through. Platooning airings teams for the most part using openers have their playoff games and fifty percent playing the match. Yes it ended up coming back to bite you having cash in the the cold lake now and in the fifth or sixth innings saying. But that's just a small small sample size especially for ran. The table was topsy. The american league made it all the way to the world series and put up a fight against an incredibly good dodgers san so again you need to have analytics baseball. And what. I've been telling people what are the most the higher rehires around him. It's not going to be as much about hamilton about the bench coach in the pitching coach. Now i just hope that they can make the right decision with those two because truth be told. The bench coach is likely going to be the max manager and if they get somebody good like joe's fodder from the astros or a heard dickers- he's named thrown out there a million and a half times Even to sign yada your bellina the backup catcher. The theory wonder yati couldn't breathe it into being a future manager because of his leadership and game calling skill so it's gonna be more about. Who hires around him. Obviously the micro. The microscope will be very much under this year. it makes me laugh a little bit to the white sox had has this in their hands. Ej answer could have fired him world series winning manager when the no successful managers. Recent memory say what you will about cheating. But i think that a lot of people would rather have a proven cheater than seventy six year old at this house while you're gonna see lot of them now that he's in the division and that could really really come back to the white sox rhythm stars is absolutely you know who else is in the division the one of the youngest managers in baseball rocco baldelli from the twins If former larussa understudying. Mike machine and terry francona include went. Who he could be seen the end of his managerial career. And then the indians are going to hire young. They can hire sandy alomar junior. Who was brought up to the white sox role in. There's so many storylines especially in the al central next year. And i really hope to. God the ricky renner retired somewhere else because that truly is one of the most depressing sad baseball stories ever especially for white sox end up winning the world series in the next two years. But you know. I do agree that they needed to change. And it's gonna be so interesting seeing how larussa manages guys like Tim anderson and louise robert and jimmy court going to be allowed to to pull up his sleeves and show off his by us. When he's pitching probably not is anderson going to be able to bat with a homer.

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"jason mos" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"jason mos" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Stuff ascherson trae. Maybe you wore the buttons are then you know yeah memory but how would you get here. You can't drive anymore. You're bluebird all right all right for you. The line people have their society. And everything's going on all of a sudden. There's a horrible thunderstorm that knocks out bullet. Your grid are all these blind. People are GONNA put electric electric good back together now. Well here's the thing too so going back tonight in battle with up to you with Jason Momoa so first off before the battle. They're putting warpaint. Like why. Are you trying to scare. Are you waiting for the other person that touch your face and then oh my gosh. This guy's got some more paint on. How how intimidating? So I'm like. Why why do that? One guy has a helmet on and he's putting warpaint on the helmet and I'm like what's going on here. And then so Jason Mos has battle. They're fighting people. He never falls off this little cliff every inch and everything and I thought to myself well. That's maybe he's trained. This is their battleground. Maybe he's trained. They know where the trees are. I understand that then then they finish the battle. He goes to his baby mama in a cave where she's been for a while because she was in labor and asked to find it with a rope. Yes some you've you have this whole battle with all these people coming from all different directions that you can't see and you come out unscathed but you can't find your baby mom in the cave where you guys live. Yeah so that kind of stuff like throws me Out of that hole illusion. I mean I still believe it. And then what's with all the beads and the little things that they wear who you trying to impress like Ah tribes have done that because it means something that's the visual aspect of it means something to either other tribes or other people can show your get some boobs right. That's what they do in the tribe of a yeah Sani. That's a red red dead redemption to line. I don't I know that the whole knots in the rope and all that that's like basically like Braille but in a row. They do that as cold. But I'm talking about how they dress like jewelry point jewelry but close match. It's like I've never seen it. Did they were great. They were great fashion on everything. Unlike a I've never dated a blind person. Did I hope she's not going to beg me for a lot of jewelry because why please blind line ladies hit my cup in the Asia to be asking for jewelry at crackerjack ring right no no no she well I don't know that that's the only thing with C.. That threw me off of this world. They're creating like. Why are we doing all this? You know you're looking for like walking dead with blind people. Yeah I think that whoever when they sat down and their production meetings and they were trying to build this world they should have thought a little bit more of what a world like. It was really only blind people in here. What would you want it to be mad? Max of blind people. Yeah pretty much coach. That was really my only concern in the war. Paint thing made me laugh. I mean like that's so ridiculous anyway. Judy see the Queen. Yea She's pretty hot. She's ridiculous she doesn't know. I think I think no her acting as ridiculous. It's a little over. The top of that character. Yeah if she would have just been herself I like and what are the voice. I would have bought it. The other thing is they forgot everything about modern society over all these years and they somehow though went back to like fifteen hundred English But remember modern day curse words but they don't know how to churn butter or whatever the most important thing to pass down all the swearing the modern day care Mid Twenty first century first words I did then game one time we try to guess old swear words and they were terrible like the new ones agree. Yeah but then keep them alive hundred years from now. Somebody's GONNA playing a game and they're gonNA those curse words from the two thousands or awful Is it worth watch. I'm interested in. It's only eight episodes. I'll watcher. I like I liked. I enjoyed it. Yes I there's some things that I wish they would probably would have stayed and explored a little bit longer. But I think once you watch you understand what I mean like well. What about this like? I want to know more about that because it was just intriguing rigging but then they like you said they dislike. It happens and then they're out of onto the next thing like we'll wait. You could've stayed there for a minute because you WANNA know more. I think you so. It's understanding what you want. Yeah I'd sounds like something. 'cause they move pretty fast. Yeah all right now. It's the pace is fine for what's happening but a little bit later you're going to be like Okay now after I watched this what other of the three shows they have on apple. TV plush. I watch I finished watching the serve of in Down was okay It has Ron Weasley from Harry Potter and I'll watch Truth be told It's okay I don't think either one of those are really up your alley. Okay but what about Did you see For All mankind. No I I started to watch it. for some reason couldn't get into it. I WANNA try watching watching watching it got four. I got four episodes on and my attention had to be diverted somewhere else. Okay I wanted to come back to but it's it takes a unique direction action where you're like. Oh we're going.

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Lowe's Looks to Start Catching Up With Home Depot

Motley Fool Money

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Lowe's Looks to Start Catching Up With Home Depot

"Get to the stocks on our radar and our man behind the glass, Steve Berta, it's gonna hit you with a question. Jason MOS Europe. I what are you looking at this week? We talked about Home Depot this week. I'm looking at Lowe's, ticker L, O W next week with earnings looking back to August. The stock has certainly pulled back a little bit since then since they've announced some store closures clarified a bit more on strategy with CEO more of an Ellison. I do like this market in general. I think the home improvement market is a is a tremendous one that should continue to overtime just get better. And I do think that Mormon Ellison has a lot of good ideas. And the has the opportunity to take this business in a good direction. Pullback in shares here over the last few months is a bit more compelling. I think today Steve question about lows just one business have a competitive advance. Over the other. Yeah, I think generally speaking, we looked to Home Depot as the leader. In the space, the store bays is very similar, right? They both have the same number of stores, essentially, but Home Depot has just been better when it comes to customer service when it comes to serving the pro side of the

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