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"Three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made Martin supreme court Justice. Steven Brier appears to be sending a message to his conservative colleagues on the bench in an opinion released Monday, he urged them to respect precedent and only overrule it when the circumstances demand. It Brier was nominated by President Bill Clinton. He took a seat in nineteen ninety four and is now part of the courts liberal minore. His comments came in descent after the court ruled that a state cannot be sued in the courts of different state by private party, unless it gives its permission Amy how joins us now she's co founder of the Scotus blog. She's in our studios. Thanks so much for coming in Amy. Thanks for having me. So can you flesh out the context of of this morning? I said it came in a descent, what more can you tell us about what led Justice briar to do this. This was a case in which the supreme court overturned, a forty year old precedent, and there's a concept called starry decisive. And you hear a lot about it at supreme court confirmation hearing actually in which nominees pledge to adhere to prior precedent. The idea behind starting decisive is that even if you disagree with an earlier ruling you stick by unless there's a really good reason not to and so the spin court in issuing this decision yesterday overturned, this forty year old precedent, and in Briars view. There wasn't a good reason to do so other than. In that the five members of the majority who are all conservatives didn't like the earlier decision, and that's the gray matter. Right. That's the subjective part. If you think it demands it, right? And so there's a debate about it. And this is an interesting constitutional issue. But it's something that really only a law professor could love, but briar is looking down the road at what other old precedents might come before the court and the court could potentially overturn in the future. Like, what what do you think he's still the first one that came to mind for everyone was obviously abortion and Roe versus Wade, particularly with the movement. Lately, we have the Georgia heartbeat Bill. The idea that the law in Georgia that was recently passed that after six weeks once once a heartbeat has been detected women can no longer get an abortion in Georgia and supporters of the Bill and others. Like, it have said that this is designed to get to the supreme court and to try to get them to overturn Roe versus Wade. I mean, a President Trump's nominees. To the bench include Neil Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh, obviously conservative justices. How did they respond in their hearings on that issue about precedent specifically to Roe v? Wade they both said that they would adhere that that Roe versus Wade was was settled law. I believe that Brad Kavanagh called it sort of precedent on precedent of. But Steven briar isn't convinced or at least seeing signs that that could be fragile. That's right. And this is something that the the more liberal justices have been concerned about for a while. There was a decision last term in a case that overturned another forty year old precedent involving union fees and Justice Elena Kagan wrote the dissent in that case, it wasn't as impassioned it didn't have the sense of urgency that Briars to send yesterday did including because at that point Justice. Anthony Kennedy was still on the bench. But now he's retired and has been replaced by Brad Kavanagh, Amy. How was a co founder of the Scottish? Blog. She was talking with us this morning about that warning coming from Justice briar about undoing precedent on the court. Thanks so much mean, we create it. Thanks for inviting me, one of the most raw parts of the US rivalry with China involves the way that China has obtained US technology and this year, the United States will likely at new restrictions on the export of certain technologies a move that is mostly aimed at China. It is meant to help American companies. But it turns out it could also limit the ability of American firms to compete. Here's NPR's the cybersecurity from knack Affi known Fritz antivirus software is constantly monitoring the internet searching for the next big threat. The company's chief technology officer, Steve Grossman explains we actually have a billion sensors deployed around the world that allows us to see new threats track where they go. Now McAfee is one thousands of American technology. Companies at the frontlines of global tech rivalry between the US and China Gherman says the Trump administration's plans to update export controls, which would restrict US companies from exporting sensitive technologies could give the bad guys the upper hand, they're going to use the best technology that they can get their hands on in order to create the most militias capabilities that would potentially impact our customers. Those controls are the most ambitious measures thus far aimed at shutting down Chinese hackers and companies stealing technology to get ahead. That theft is a key sticking point and ongoing trade talks between Beijing and Washington resolve and nearly one year trade war in November the administration sought comment on possible new expert controls for emerging in foundational technologies. Technologies cord cutting edge applications that concerns researchers such as JoAnne camman's, it just slows down science in general for all the people doing good and important discovery research. Commons is executive director of Agean abaya medical nonprofit that supports research by sharing material chromosomal DNA worldwide. She warns export controls could hurt. This kind of cooperation cutting the US off from global research community that would open the door to China to race ahead. DNA is a linear sequence of letters. Once. The letters are known anyone in the world could for money and time make any one of these things the new proposed controls could even restrict to universities and companies hire Erin Ennis, the senior vice president of the US China business council explains how companies might have to be licensed to pass knowledge of technology to a foreign citizen. Not only is the product that they make covered by export control. But the employees ease that they have would be covered by them as well. That's worrying for many tech companies such as those writing code and working on artificial intelligence jeans, JoAnne Kaman stresses that modern research almost always crosses international boundaries basic research, which. Has given rise, of course to so many important discoveries that have driven all of the cures in the clinic. You know, all of that work is done collaboratively with scientists between countries instead cyber security analysts like new America's Sam sacks advocate, a small yard, high fence approach restricting the sale of specific technologies with military applications, but leaving everything else accessible because tools like export controls. These kinds of things were meant to be used as scalpels but not as blunt instruments sometime this summer. The US Commerce Department will release a second proposed export controls list. Four foundational technologies American companies who submitted comments hope the Commerce Department will narrow down. What is restricted.

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"joanne camman" Discussed on KCRW

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"joanne camman" Discussed on KCRW

"Six thirty. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo was in Russia today for talks and so cheap with president flat. Amir Putin and the country's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov Pompeo says he hopes the two countries can improve their relations attorney general William bar is asking a US attorney and Connecticut to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation that lead to the appointment of special counsel, Robert Muller, he will examine whether intelligence gathering targeting. The Trump campaign was appropriate legal flooding continues across much of the central US from the Gulf Coast to the northern plains. Frank Morris with member station. Casey. You are in Kansas City says a rainy spring causing problems. One of the wettest springs recorded history is triggered flooding from the Gulf of Mexico to North Dakota parts of Mississippi and Louisiana under states of emergency. Houston, Texas and central Kansas are just drying out. From massive flash floods and northwest, Missouri. Some communities have been under water for two months. Whole county. Emergency manager, Tom Bullock, says there's no protection from the Missouri. River fans, all the levee broke every time we ever comes up. Now it just put water back out in into the houses again book zone. Home is flooded. Says Missouri is still waiting for President Donald Trump to approve a disaster declaration, freeing, up federal assistance from news. I'm Frank Morris and Kansas City. This is NPR news. And you are listening to KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. Today is election day in district five of the LA unified school district. Former school board member Jackie Bloomberg is facing off against former teacher may oral aid Heather repenting. The winner will fill the seat left vacant by the resignation of refereed Rigas Goldberg who served on the city council. The state assembly says she's running to be a strong progressive voice on the board. Repenting says school district students are not currently set up to meet the challenge. Facing many students whose families are living in poverty district five covers wide area from eagle rock Highland Park to atwater village to Southgate embel- polls will be open today from seven this morning until eight tonight. Kitty, LA county sheriff's department patrols unincorporated parts of the county. It also provides police protection to more than forty cities that collectively play the department more than three hundred million dollars. And some of those cities are not happy about sheriff Alex via Nuevas controversial practice of rehiring deputies who were fired by his predecessor for misconduct. KCRW? Eric Roy has the details. Leaders of many of the so called contract cities worried that liability cost could spiral if for example, Saint Louis county sheriff's deputies who were fired for use of unreasonable force do it again. In fact, they say the settlement payouts in such cases would be bigger than the first time around the LA times reports the California contract cities association sent a letter to share fee Noah, which says there is a significant risk associated with reinstating deputies who have a history of excessive force or other misconduct and were previously dismissed another worry insurance companies could raise the city's rights on the grounds that those deputies are more likely to. Engage in misconduct sitting meters Inzerillo, sandy West Hollywood and elsewhere share those concerns, but not everyone does the mayors of Carson, Lancaster, PICO Rivera. Santa Clarita say they have strong relationships with current sheriff. And they are not worried. The owners of a yoga yoga studio. Newport Beach say they lost thousands of dollars merchandise during a bizarre heist in broad daylight. Among the accused thieves former NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman, KCRW Kaley. Wells has that story vibes. Hot yoga studio owners Ali and Arianna shot told the LA times they watched the burglary unfold on security camera footage Ali Shah says the video shows Rodman distracting employees while three other people took merchandise. Their loot included a four hundred pound amethyst, crystal that they dropped and shattered in the process. The studio says the suspected burglars gathered the pieces and left five thousand dollars worth of damage to the floor, Robin later said in an interview that he asked the employees if they could grab some gifts. And she said, yes, he also said workers they're asked him to remove the crystal, but the employees shared a different story that the suspects told her that the giant crystal belong to one of them, and they were there to retrieve it. KCRW kaley. Wells police say the incident is being investigated. It's six thirty five. Message to his conservative colleagues on the bench in an opinion released Monday, he urged them to respect precedent and only overrule it when the circumstances demand. It Brier was nominated by President Bill Clinton. He took a seed in nineteen ninety four and is now part of the courts liberal minority. His comments came in descent after the court ruled that a state cannot be sued in the courts of a different state by private party, unless it gives its permission Amy how joins us now, she's founder of the Scotus blog. She's in our studios. Thanks so much for coming in. Thanks for having me. So can you flush out the context of of this warning said it came in a descent, what more can you tell us about what led Justice briar to do this? This was a case in which the supreme court overturned, a forty year old precedent, and there's a concept called starry decisive. And you hear a lot about it. It's Precourt confirmation hearing actually in which nominees pledge to adhere to prior precedent. The idea behind. Starting decisive is that even if you disagree with an earlier ruling you stick by unless there's a really good reason not to and so the supreme court in issuing this decision yesterday overturned, this forty year old precedent, and in Briars view. There wasn't a good reason to do so other than that the five members of the majority who are all conservatives didn't like the earlier decision, and that's the gray matter. Right. That's the subjective part. If you think it demands it, right? And so there's a debate about it. And this is an interesting constitutional issue. But it's something that really only a law professor could love, but briar is looking down the road at what other old precedents might come before the court and the court could potentially overturn in the future. Like, what what do you think he know? The first one that came to mind for everyone was obviously abortion and Roe versus Wade, particularly with the movement. Lately, we have the Georgia heartbeat Bill. The idea that the law in Georgia that was recently passed that after six weeks once once heartbeat has been detected women can no longer get an abortion in Georgia and supporters of the Bill and others. Like, it have said that this is designed to get to the supreme court and to try to get them to overturn Roe versus Wade. I mean, President Trump's nominees to the bench include Neil Gorsuch and Brett cavenaugh, obviously conservative justices. How did they respond in their hearings on that issue about president specifically to Roe v? Wade they both said that they would adhere that that that Roe versus Wade was was settled law. I believe Brad Kavanagh called it sort of precedent on precedent. But Steven briar isn't convinced or at least a seeing signs that that could be fragile. That's right. And this is something that the the more. Liberal justices have been concerned about for a while. There was a decision last term in a case that overturned another forty year old precedent involving union fees and Justice Elena Kagan wrote the dissent in that case, it wasn't as impassioned it didn't have the sense of urgency that Briars to send yesterday did including because at that point Justice. Anthony Kennedy was still on the bench. But now he's retired and has been replaced by Brad Kavanagh, Amy. How was a co founder of the Scotus blog? She was talking with us this morning about that warning coming from Justice briar about undoing precedent on the court. Thanks so much. I mean, we pretend it thanks for inviting me. One of the most raw parts of the US rivalry with China involves the way that China has obtained US technology and this year, the United States will likely at new restrictions on the export of certain technologies a move that is mostly aimed at China. It is meant to help American companies. But it turns out it could also limit the ability of American firms to compete. Here's NPR's, Emily. The cybersecurity from knack Affi known Fritz antivirus software is constantly monitoring the internet searching for the next big threat. The company's chief technology officer, Steve Grogan explains. We actually have a billion sensors deployed around the world that allows us to see new threats track where they go. Now McAfee is one thousands of American technology companies at the frontlines of global tech rivalry between the US and China Gherman says the Trump administration's plans to update export controls, which would restrict US companies from exporting sensitive technologies could give the bad guys the upper hand, they're going to use the best technology that they can get their hands on in order to create the most militias capabilities that would potentially impact our customers. Those controls are the most ambitious measures thus far aimed at shutting down Chinese hackers and companies stealing technology to get ahead. That feft is accused. Sticking point and ongoing trade talks between Beijing in Washington to resolve nearly one year trade war in November the administration sought comment on possible new expert controls for emerging and foundational technologies. Technologies cord cutting edge applications that concerns researchers such as JoAnne, camman's it. Just slows down science in general for all the people doing good and important discovery. Research Commons is executive director of Agean a biomedical nonprofit that supports research by sharing material chromosomal DNA worldwide. She warns export controls could hurt. This kind of cooperation cutting the US off from global research community that would open the door to China to race ahead. DNA is a linear sequence of letters. Once. The letters are known anyone in the world could for money and time make any one of these things the new proposed controls even restrict to universities and companies hire Aaron Ennis, the senior vice president of the US China business council explains. Companies might have to be licensed to pass knowledge of technology to a foreign citizen. Not only is the products that they make covered by export control. But the employees ease that they have would be covered by them as well. That's worrying for many tech companies such as those writing code and working on artificial intelligence jeans, JoAnne Kaman stresses that modern research almost always crosses international boundaries basic research, which has given rise, of course, to so many important discoveries that have driven all of the cures in the clinic. You know, all of that work is done collaboratively with scientists between countries instead cyber security analysts like new America's Sam sacks advocate, a small yard, high fence approach restricting the sale of specific technologies with military applications, but leaving everything else accessible because tools like export controls. These kinds of things were meant to be used as scalpels but not as blunt instruments sometime this summer. The US Commerce Department will release a second proposed export controls list. Four foundational technologies American companies who submitted comments hope the Commerce Department will narrow down. What is restricted so far? They haven't heard back. Emily chang. NPR news. And this afternoon and all things considered to follow immigration law. Many migrants. Need a day in court out of the get that in the rural west where immigration courts are far.

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Stopping Key Tech Exports To China Could Backfire, Researchers And Firms Say

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Stopping Key Tech Exports To China Could Backfire, Researchers And Firms Say

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. One of the most raw parts of the US rivalry with China involves the way that China has obtained US technology and this year, the United States will likely at new restrictions on the export of certain technologies a move that is mostly aimed at China. It is meant to help American companies. But it turns out it could also limit the ability of American firms to compete. Here's NPR's, Emily FANG. The cybersecurity from knack Affi known Fritz antivirus software is constantly monitoring the internet searching for the next big threat. The company's chief technology officer, Steve Grossman explains we actually have a billion sensors deployed around the world that allows us to. See new threats track where they go. Now McAfee is one thousand of American technology companies at the frontlines of a global tech rivalry between the US and China. Grossman says the Trump administration's plans to update export controls, which would restrict US companies from exporting sensitive technologies could give the bad guys the upper hand, they're going to use the best technology that they can get their hands on in order to create the most militias capabilities that would potentially impact our customers. Those controls are the most Embiid measures thus far aimed shutting down Chinese hackers and companies stealing technology to get ahead. That theft is a key sticking point and ongoing trade talks between Beijing and Washington. Resolve nearly one year trade war in November the administration sought comment on possible new expert controls for emerging and foundational technologies. Technologies cord cutting edge applications that concerns researchers such as JoAnne camman's. It just slows down science in general for all the people doing good and important discovery. Research Commons is executive director of ABC, gene. A biomedical nonprofit that supports research by sharing material like chromosomal DNA worldwide. She warns export controls could hurt. This kind of cooperation cutting the US off from global research community that would open the door to China to race ahead. DNA is a linear sequence of letters. Once. The letters are known anyone in the world could four money and time make any one of these things the new proposed controls could even restrict to universities and companies hire Aaron NS senior vice president of the US China business council explains how companies might have to be licensed to pass knowledge of technology to a foreign citizen. Not only is the product that they make covered by an export control. But the employees ease that they have would be covered by them as well. That's worrying for many tech companies such as those writing code and working on artificial intelligence Agena, JoAnne Kaman. German stresses that modern research almost always crosses international boundaries basic research, which is given rise, of course, to so many important discoveries that have driven all of the cures in the clinic. You know, all of that work is done collaboratively with scientists between countries instead cyber security analysts like new America's Sam sacks advocate, a small yard, high fence approach restricting the sale of specific technologies with military applications, but leaving everything else accessible because tools like export controls. These kinds of things were meant to be used as scalpels but not as blunt instruments sometime this summer. The US Commerce Department will release a second proposed export controls list. Four foundational technologies. American tech companies who submitted comments hope the Commerce Department will narrow down. What is restricted so far? They haven't heard back. Emily chang. NPR news.

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07:36 min | 2 years ago

"joanne camman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And I'm Rachel Martin good morning. The third longest serving Justice on the US supreme court is issuing a warning Steven briar was nominated by President Bill Clinton. He took his seat on the court in nineteen ninety four and is now part of the courts liberal minority. He wrote an unusual opinion released released yesterday in it just as Brier appeared to send a message to his conservative colleagues on the bench, urging them to respect precedent and only overrule it when the circumstances demand. It his comments came in a descent after the supreme court ruled that a state cannot be sued in the court of a different state by private party unless it gives permission, Amy. How is in studio with us this morning? She's co founder of the Scotus blog. Amy, thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me. So can you flush out the context of of this morning? I said it came in a descent, what more can you tell us about what led Justice briar to do this. This was a case in which the supreme court overturned a forty year old. Precedent? And there's a concept called starry decisive. And you hear a lot about it at supreme court confirmation hearings actually in which nominees pledge to adhere to prior precedent. The idea behind starting decisive is that even if you disagree with an earlier ruling you stick by it unless there's a really good reason not to and so the supreme court in issuing this decision yesterday overturned, this forty year old precedent, and in Briars view. There wasn't a good reason to do so other than that the five members of the majority who are all conservatives didn't like the earlier decision, and that's the gray matter. Right. Like, that's a subjective part? If you think it demands it, right, and it so there there's a debate about it. And this is an interesting constitutional issue. But it's something that really only a law professor could love, but briar is looking down the road at what other old precedents might come before the court and the court could potentially overturn in the future. Like, what what do you think you stand? The first one that came to mind for everyone was obviously abortion and Rovers is Wade particularly with the movement. Lately, we have the Georgia heartbeat bail. The idea that the law in Georgia that was recently passed that after six weeks once once heartbeat has been detected women can no longer get an abortion in Georgia and supporters of the Bill and others. Like, it have said that this is designed to get to the supreme court and to try to get them to overturn Roe versus Wade. I mean, President Trump's nominees to the bench include Neil Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh, obviously conservative justices. How did they respond in their hearings on that issue about precedent specifically to Roe v? Wade they both said that they would here that that Roe versus Wade was was settled on. I believe it Brad Kavanagh called it sort of precedent on precedent. But Steven briar isn't convinced or at least seeing signs that that could be fragile. That's right. And this is something that the the. More liberal justices have been concerned about for a while. There was a decision last term in a case that overturned another forty year old precedent involving union fees and Justice Elena Kagan wrote the dissent in that case, it wasn't as impassioned it didn't have the sense of urgency that Briars to yesterday did including because at that point Justice. Anthony Kennedy was still on the bench. But now he's retired and has been replaced by Brad Kavanagh? All right, Amy. How is a co founder of the Scotus blog? Talking about this warning coming from a Justice briar. Thank you so much for coming in Ainu create thanks for inviting me, one of the most raw parts of the US rivalry with China involves the way that China has obtained US technology and this year, the United States will likely at new restrictions on the export of certain technologies a move that is mostly aimed at China. It is meant to help American companies. But it turns out. Could also limit the ability of American firms to compete. Here's NPR's Emily fan. The cybersecurity from knack Affi known Fritz antivirus software is constantly monitoring the internet searching for the next big threat. The company's chief technology officer, Steve Grossman explains we actually have a billion sensors deployed around the world that allows us to see new threats track where they go. Now McAfee is one thousands of American technology companies at the frontlines of global tech rivalry between the US and China Gherman says the Trump administration's plans to update export controls, which would restrict US companies from exporting sensitive technologies could give the bad guys the upper hand, they're going to use the best technology that they can get their hands on in order to create the most militias capabilities that would potentially impact our customers. Those controls are the most ambitious measures thus far aimed at shutting down. Chinese hackers and companies stealing technology to get ahead. That feft is a key sticking point and ongoing trade talks between Beijing and Washington resolve and nearly one year trade war in November the administration sought comment on possible. New export controls for emerging and foundational technologies. Technologies court cutting edge applications that concerns researchers such as JoAnne camman's, it just slows down science in general for all the people doing good and important discovery. Research Commons is executive director of Agean biomedical nonprofit that supports research by sharing the tearful like chromosomal DNA worldwide. She warns export controls could hurt. This kind of cooperation cutting the US off global research community that would open the door to China to race ahead. DNA is a linear sequence of letters. Once. The letters are known anyone in the world could for money and time make any one of these things the new proposed controls could even restrict to universities and companies hire. Erin Ennis, the senior vice president of the US China business council explains companies might have to be licensed to pass knowledge of technology to afford citizen. Not only is the product that they make covered by export control. But the employees ease that they have would be covered by them as well. That's worrying for many tech companies such as those writing code and working on official intelligence agile, JoAnne, Kaman stresses that modern research almost always crosses international boundaries basic research, which is given rise, of course, to so many important discoveries that have driven all of the cures in the clinic. You know, all of that work is done collaboratively with scientists between countries instead cyber security analysts like new America's Sam sacks advocate, a small yard, high fence approach restricting the sale of specific technologies with military applications, but leaving everything else acceptable because tools like export controls. These kinds of things were meant to be used as scalpels 's but not as blunt instruments sometime this summer. The US Commerce Department will release a second proposed export controls list. Four foundational technologies. American tech companies who submitted comments hope the Commerce Department will narrow down. What is restricted so far? They haven't heard back. Emily chang. NPR news. And the faster, noon and all things considered to follow immigration law. Many migrants. Need a day in court. How do they get that? In the rural west where immigration courts are far apart listened by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your local member station by me..

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