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"john simpson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"john simpson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With the one hundred nine only twenty NFL draft philosophy biggest raiders selected John Simpson card from Clemson I would just rather have a thought on Trent Williams are the founders of the dots of value there with a fifth and a third being that they were maybe gonna get offense of linemen today in one of these late rounds but to lower your thoughts and Johnson said here the guard out of clubs into the Las Vegas raiders John Simpson is now powerful guard all I will say this man Mike may ox loves him some clamps and football and he loves you know handful of programs and you know Trayvon Mullen a year ago and and this kid now and he also this is a big powerful guard but it does make me think that does that mean they get the talk of there at the VA gave Jackson gave Jackson they're they're you know powerful guard is a you know on the trade market that may be the case they may trade gave Jackson this guy may be the replacement so that was my thought on that

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Raiders pick guard John Simpson at No. 109 in the 2020 NFL Draft

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Raiders pick guard John Simpson at No. 109 in the 2020 NFL Draft

"With the one hundred nine only twenty NFL draft philosophy biggest raiders selected John Simpson card from Clemson I would just rather have a thought on Trent Williams are the founders of the dots of value there with a fifth and a third being that they were maybe gonna get offense of linemen today in one of these late rounds but to lower your thoughts and Johnson said here the guard out of clubs into the Las Vegas raiders John Simpson is now powerful guard all I will say this man Mike may ox loves him some clamps and football and he loves you know handful of programs and you know Trayvon Mullen a year ago and and this kid now and he also this is a big powerful guard but it does make me think that does that mean they get the talk of there at the VA gave Jackson gave Jackson they're they're you know powerful guard is a you know on the trade market that may be the case they may trade gave Jackson this guy may be the replacement so that was my thought on that

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"john simpson" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"john simpson" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Along the Syracuse Defensive Line. He got real good yeah I did last year ten sacks seventeen tackles for loss twenty and a half run stuff's. If you WANNA use some of our friend Bill Connolly's numbers he he can rush the passer he can stop the run. You can find all sorts of clips of him. Roasting Notre Dame's offensive line last year. I can tell you that much. It's it's. It's exciting to see this. All Robinson is a difference. MAKER UPFRONT I mentioned Cisco he had something crazy like <hes> seven interceptions as Ashman all American so this this is exciting. If you're a Syracuse Orange Fan and we have a lot that listened but I'm really excited with this kid does the defensive line. He's got a ton of promise and I think the kind of guy who makes a difference and some key spots for sure the they've got a couple of guys in that defensive backfield. I like their line. A Lot. LINEBACKER will be different for Syracuse use that that might be a step back situation but Syracuse defense pretty good the other name that I have in the A._C._C.. It's my only other name the A._C._C.. Can you believe that two names. I have two names these two junk out with them. Above everybody sure is it has ceased Wa. No it is not oh okay. I considered him but ultimately did not go with him. Let's go with Xavier Thomas for Clemson so he's a defensive end. CLEMSON's entire line has gone from last year which you now <hes> which means they're definitely snaps to be had clemson's line. This year is going to be super young and a ton of fun to watch as an encore to what we saw last year it this Guy Xavier. Thomas isn't a deep sleeper her. He's a five star fruit last year as a freshman saw some time at three and a half sack's bunch tackles for loss but now he really gets the opportunity to step into the limelight and take over take control of that defensive line and I expect him to do do so. I think he's in line for big year. We know Clemson's reloading did not at a point where they ever have to rebuild foreseeable future but you put the X.. Men Upfront there and he's GonNa Change Games. I John Simpson on the other side of the ball ten Moseley because I've seen his name more than anybody else's this week in college football news circles he is he showed up at A._C._C.. Media Day wearing a giant wig as Trevor Lawrence <music> long hair and then he also claimed Notre Dame was a tougher out than Alabama. Yeah wish my man good for you John Simpson you beat Notre Dame by twenty seven. You beat Alabama by twenty eight. If math recalls in math math is math tie yup. It's gotta be true <hes> so John Simpson did a terrific job paving the way for Travis T. N.. Last year <hes> the line was a strength once again and for Clemson so Johnson did a great job inside for them. They rotate a ton of guys but he is. He is now going to be anchoring that line this year so love John Simpson and <hes> I I would be terrified of him if I were anybody in the A._C._C.. Eh anybody else in the A._C._C.. I got Marvin Wilson who may not be terrified of John. If you watch Marvin Wilson play maybe he's not super terrified of John Simpson but he's one of the very few comes in as what like the number one player in the country defensive tackle lines ends up in the nose sometimes gets into the backfield is crazy athletic for his size and I think he's going to have a breakout your floor state mostly because he's not going to be on the field nearly as much because the offense has to improve they must lust at this point so he will get a little bit more in the way of breeders but Marvin Wilson was at his best a crazy interrupt or last year <hes>..

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"john simpson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"john simpson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Players were saying that Alabama wasn't there fast opponent last year and I just wanted to say I don't think it was Alabama or Notre Dame. I think it was the South Carolina gamecocks marks into into the fake death valley and put up thirty five points against them and then how depleted defense and created they gave up fifty six but they lost twenty one where Alabama lost five twenty eight and Notre blocked by twenty seven. I just want to hear your thoughts on that yeah well. I appreciate the call. Thank you let me let me review that a lot of back and forth going on here. It started with Dylan Moses <hes> the Alabama player insinuating that Alabama may or may not have been the better team may have made probably probably was that he he insinuated that they were and in John Simpson who's an offensive lineman for Clemson. Today said that Notre Dame Not Bama was the best team Clemson play last year and listen I I I'm not in the business of criticizing college players but but that is easily one of the stupidest it is comments. I've ever heard Alabama was a phenomenal football team. Last year. Notre Dame was good but they were not as good as Alabama Alabama would have destroyed Notre Dame and what what you get there in John. Simpson's comments is is just the pettiness of of program that is unaccustomed to being at the epicenter of the sport and Clemson has not one two championships and they deserve them. <hes> dabble. I think is phenomenal coach a great program but when faces of a program like that say stupid and things like that it's demeaning to what the program has accomplished a couple of times. I'm GonNa say it again. Clemson just doesn't know how to win yet. Maybe they will at some point but not but not yet and I hope that they can learn to. A two to deal with being number one and being in the spotlight because so far there a lot of their comments and their behavior both the last time two years ago and today have been really embarrassing rick is up next Howard he rick. I'm fine how much five balls we are doing great thank you. I'm the guy that has the these the C._d.. Of the I ninety five show with market Brian Yeah and I was in Birmingham the more you won't stop five blankets absolutely we've had we've tried to get this done a couple of times yeah. I'm at the work to Winfrey Hotel. You know where that is don't you do. I'll be there if the after six before seek. They better for you well. It'd probably be better before six because we closed down there. Yeah yeah anytime during the day if you just <hes> if you just asked is one of the security people and tell them you're meeting me they should do. We're on the second floor. They should direct you to where we are. You don't think I'll have a problem getting to see you not tomorrow. Today would have been tapped but I think tomorrow if you just just just say you have something for me and I think you'll get him well. We'll see you tomorrow is thank you for taking my call thank you. Here's the problem with what I just said. I thought it'd be like five hundred people show to most. I've got something for Paul Okay. Thanks for the call appreciate. We're we're up against right so tomorrow is come see Paul Von Day in Hoover Alabama as long as you have something for me. We'll be right back you listening to the Paul.

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"john simpson" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"john simpson" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"He says in one day great fun field comport pies and rice pudding Wayne Walker at the L._C._d.. Elsie wwl's marathon in Tembe twenty four hour. Did this event three years ago three thirty six to twelve minutes off. That's time on a hit email. The Tembe Tembe L._Z._W.'s long course weekend of course eighteen minutes. John Simpson Monaco's marathon in two fifty eight fifty three. I sub three says John After missing by eight. Take seconds last year well done John runner-up Brad Gartrell the Goa coast marathon two fifty eight forty just sneaking ahead of John Simpson Brad says I maratha jumped on a three hour bus perfect affects the way Pacers did offensive pattern sub three well done but Chris free land the Mad Marathan in Whitefield Vermont into fifty five twenty six marathon. He Says S. claims to be the world's most beautiful marathon. He says this was probably the hardest marathon I've run to date. There really isn't any way to one hundred percent to prepare for race like this. When you leave at sea level? There's two thousand one hundred plus feet of elevation changes makes the body feel some kind of way. He says Nice on the women's potent two inches this week Karen prowse the Gulf coast marathon than four hundred thousand nine five inspired by Brian Williams. I tell you what he's getting everywhere. These days I took to the streets of the Gold Coast to run my first of American after complete soaking on the start line there was reprieved the federal weather and the Sun Mary's come out absolutely over the uh-huh four hours and thirteen minutes fantastic engine growl at Saint Magnus Marathon in orkney three thirty seven seventeen is such fantastic event well organized and friendly almost almost unknown also most accurate markers of course Mugabe of done fantastic family support hallway round which really helps in tough conditions three minutes Loma P._b.. which would have been happy with set for a second female boots on a large glass trophy and a bottle of GIN which I guess I'm GonNa have to drink now goodie bag and metal to the best thing circuit local budgies plus free booze vouchers so gene and booze thoroughly recommend making the trip to the U._K.'s northern most.

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"john simpson" Discussed on Everyday Marksman Radio

Everyday Marksman Radio

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"john simpson" Discussed on Everyday Marksman Radio

"This was a long one right. There was a lot of information that be covered starting off with just what is john's background and how did you get to becoming a sniper and then later a sniper instructor. I was the first thirty minutes of it and we kinda sorta talking about a lot of the skills and things he's observed got to why he wrote the book which i reviewed on the website and then we kind of brush off into some of the ancillary the skills that are important so i took a bunch of notes and this is going to be a little recap of it so here's a key takeaways number one. Don't assume that someone's position means they. They are automatically going to be competent. This is not meant to be a dig on law enforcement officers or military members but realized a lot of people may be put in a position where they don't actually actually have the expertise next you don't take down your test to learn how to do geometry so in the same way you don't take marksmanship qualification in order to learn marksmanship practice those skills individually and build them up so then you are able to pass that qualification the measurement is not the way you practice right you practice practice so you could pass the measurement but the skills you used to pass the measurement are are universal. Also important in this one was realizing that you shouldn't reinvent the wheel unless you've mastered the topic. I have a clip. I'm gonna play for you guys. When you're trying to come up with some kind of new new rifle position you know or you're trying to improve what i'm teaching you. Just keep in mind. People have been doing this for or at extremely long time. Remember the context in that quote was the in his book john actually use eighteen eighty nine marksmanship manuals with line drawn diagrams showing how to do these positions and they are exactly the same as they are today. There's nothing different about them but people seem to want to reinvent the wheel so often. It seems like there's a new a better way to do this. I can put my name on a book and reality. Is we know how to do this. It's a matter of being good at what we already know and then maybe you can add tweaks to many people before they even master the old technique the classic way of doing it are trying to make their own tweaks and modifications to make there's and those tweaks aren't necessarily better now on that point. John had a really good segue into how to measure performance not so much from a scoring standpoint but are you doing this correctly. John and i are both miller with points. It's a performance from the military which means if i give you a task i have a checklist of objective criteria that outlines did you do a part b part c c those observable herbal measures right and you're able to do all of the measures correctly that you will pass the assessment right in his case talk airborne school but more marksmanship can work the same way. Are you taking the correct position. Is your foot align the right way. Is your elbow not rolling off your knee because you're not using tricep right so when we start talking about measurements you wanna do points a performance very objective criteria and then when it came to learning those new items one of the things that john's very adamant about and i agree with is that you shouldn't try to learn from bad examples put another way we don't teach people how to fall out of airplanes airplanes by showing them the wrong way to do it right so this is psychological principle. Where people will you show them the wrong way to do things they're going to remember that and they're gonna copy it so the more time you spend watching good examples of mark's ship and talking to those who do a correctly the more likely you're gonna mirror that behavior adopted for yourself and and then going on with that doing things correctly often involves more than just sitting behind the rifle right. John talked about that. This is a very physical job. You know it's it's not uncommon for police. Snipers snipers have to run up three or four flights of stairs all of the gear get to a window lineup and take a shot a short amount of time if you can't control your heart rate because you're in bad shape or you just can't get up the stairs in time. You're going to have problems right so you have to be mindful of your physical fitness levels. This is not just about shooting now moving on from that we talked a little bit more all the additional skills that go into being a good sniper but really i think these are good marksmen so edison view. I'm going to go ahead and highlight this which which is are on target clip of the day be sneaky is a sniper comes first before everything else and it sounds like a small thing but you know it's <hes> you know basically you know. Survival is made up of a whole bunch of small thing adding the add up to one large thing. Survival success is a whole lot of small things that add up together to re make a larger a whole that survival so what are those digital skills the last twenty minutes or so this interview. We started getting some of the other things. We need to be aware of so things. It's like your memory. Snipers have to be able to have good flash memory so we talked a lot about flash memory and flash recognition as a program where we can train people to see things faster and and remember what they were bar. That was also a game. I thought this is really interesting is if you've ever heard of kim's game in which i taught for years while as the military everybody said oh this means keep in mind k. i. m. but john pointed out in fact that's actually from rudyard kipling that kipling had a character named kim ohara who is in india and the british the secret service recruited him to help with the resistance fighters and part of the his training was to look at trae and they would uncover this ray with gems on it cover it again. He had the talent. The value in what was is there. Excuse me head to tell them what was there with. The value was so now you know i'm sure i'm going to put a link to picture of that page from from the nineteen eight boy scout handbook which talks about the origins of kim's game lastly in this in this episode we got to a couple questions about the best way to practice dry fire and john offer two examples the first one was to use iron sights and stand in front of a mirror when you stand in front of the mirror and amos yourself course unloaded follow all safety procedures but you are able to see feedback which is very important when you are aiming at yourself you'll be able to see when you're moving at what point because just doing dry fire without feedback is not not as valuable is if you actually have some kind of feedback to tell you how you did the other tippy gave was to use a twenty two pellet rifle right where you air power pellet rifle that you can get talent projectiles and practice for years on the cost of one case of precision rifle ammo and lastly. I'm gonna go ahead and leave you guys but walmart quote. I didn't record this one. I'll put it in the show notes on the page but the man who works with a stick is is going to defeat the man who plays with a sword to keep that in mind that at the end of the day how much work you put into something more important than having the latest and greatest list right. It's about putting the effort and time to become the master of your tool all right guys. That's going to wrap it up for me. I want to say thanks again for joining us. Hope you had a great day. Don't come by the site every marksman c._e._o. Make sure you leave a review. He me five stars four stars three stars or just sleeve overview. Let me know what you think. Come by the site subscribe. I'll talk to you next time. Uh the..

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"john simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The impact on the roads. I'm w w j beat reporter Jeff Gilbert camp, automated horrors in humans coexist on roadways as we see more self driving vehicles out there and testing forms. We're seeing more of them involved in crashes, and that's starting to raise some concerns. And the one concern is that many of the crashes are rear end crashes. John Simpson of the group consumer watchdog says that raises some red flags for him. What seems to be the case with many of these crashes is that they are demonstration that the robot cars don't behave the way a human driver would expect them to behave. And I think that could be problematic. Once things happen at higher speeds. Meaning for example, the the vehicles may be a little bit more cautious than your normal driver. Is that one of the big concerns? Exactly. I mean, if you know human drivers tend to sort of adapt and go with the flow of traffic. So for instance, you know, if you come up at a traffic light, and it's a red light. And you're allowed to make a await on red. And you can see clearly that there are no vehicles approaching from either direction the human driver probably would kind of not come to a complete stop and kind of roll through make the right turn. And that is something that the autonomous vehicle doesn't do on a number of them have been rear ended in that situation. What your recommendation to the auto industry to the car companies tech companies that are developing these vehicles. I think that there needs to be a much more candid discussion about the implications of safety and what it'll do two jobs all. That sort of thing needs to be out in much better border deeper discussion than I think we're hearing too much of a hype from the auto companies that this is just the greatest thing ever. And we're simply not there yet Waymo is just.

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"john simpson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"First drivers caught texting behind the wheel will be issued a moving violation. I defense and it's put on their driving record with the license suspension for three and a twelve. Period under the current law. First texting and driving offenses a non moving violation. Pat. Cassidy news on auto five point nine FM. And automobile safety activists is worried there've been too many self driving cars crashing into those being driven by people. The question for auto companies is an automated cars and human driven cars. Learn to coexist and most collision so far involving self driving vehicles. The human driver's been at fault. But John Simpson of the group consumer watchdog scissors an issue of communications that really hasn't been worked out someday. This technology may save lives and maybe a good sign, but we're just not there yet carmakers say they're testing today, we'll make automated vehicle safer when they actually are deployed Jeff Gilbert, CBS new Detroit, two women are in police custody in New York City after the death of a four month old boy found unconscious and unresponsive in the lobby of a hotel the infant was taken. In by ambulance from midtown Manhattan hotel and pronounced dead at a hospital. Police say a hotel employee call nine one one after noticing the infant was not moving as the two women were trying to book room that you women one twenty four the other twenty-six were practically incoherent, according to police when officers Iran drugs were found at the scene. A woman has been charged as police continue the investigation and police say neither woman is the mother of that four mazal boy now gone a reminder, the only place to stream WBZ 'em is on the radio dot com app. Download it now analysts and wherever you go. WBZ news time one thirty seven..

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"john simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm w w j auto beat reporter, Jeff Gilbert can automated cars in humans coexist on roadways as we see more self driving vehicles out there and testing forms. We're seeing more of them involved in crashes, and that's starting to raise some concerns. And the one concern is many of the crashes are rear in crashes. John Simpson of the group consumer watchdog says that raises some red flags for him. What seems to be the case with many of these crashes is that they are demonstration that the robot cars don't behave the way a human driver. Would expect them to behave. And I think that could be problematic when things happen at higher speeds. Meaning for example, the the vehicles may be a little bit more cautious than your normal driver. At one of the big concerns. Exactly. I mean, you know, human drivers tend to sort of adapt. And and go with the flow of traffic. So for instance, you know, if you've come up at a traffic light, and it's a red light. And you're allowed to make a a white one red, and you can see clearly that there are no vehicles approaching from either direction the driver probably would kind of not come to a complete stop and kind of roll through make the right turn. And that is something that the autonomous vehicle doesn't do on a number of them have been rear ended in that situation. What your recommendation to the auto industry to the car companies tech companies that are developing these? Vehicles. I think that there needs to be a much more candid discussion about the implications of safety. And and what it'll do two jobs all that sort of thing needs to be out in much better border deeper discussion. And I think we're hearing too much of a hype from the auto companies that this is just the greatest thing ever. And we're simply not there yet Waymo is just.

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"john simpson" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"So John Simpson with consumer watchdog, I'm trying to make up my own mind here, whether or not this is an example of g the car worked as it were supposed to work the cops moved in front of you that sense to another vehicle. It's slow down and allowed them to to. Make sure that the outcome was one that didn't hurt anybody on the other hand, you know, part of me thinks that well is this car wasn't on autopilot. Maybe that guy wouldn't a fallen asleep to begin with. I think that's exactly right. But I you know, I agree that this was a bit of brilliant maneuvering by the state police, and we're fortunate the outcome came to the way it did fundamental problem with with this is the tesla autopilot leads to many people to believe that the car can drive itself all the time. And it it cannot do that we had the fatal crash near where this incident occurred. I suspect the driver got in and said, well, you know, I don't have to worry because autopilot. We'll take me home and. You know, it was a lucky outcomes. But that's not what usually happens when people assume these vehicles can do much much more than they actually can you make I and I think if I'm driving in my car listening to this interview right now, I'm wondering is this the wave of the future with we go to Tom autonomous vehicles. Are we going to is this going to become a major issue people falling asleep at the wheel on a regular basis? Thinking that the car I'll take care of it. I don't think so I think we're actually living in a strange time in the history of self driving cars, and it's the inbetween time time of shared driving between the human and the computer software, it's akin to letting you know, a child sit on your lap and do their very best to remain steady. While you sit back ready to catch their mistakes. But this child is software can't really speak to us. We don't know when it's going to fail and the better it gets the more likely we are to be distracted by our phones by the radio by anything else, but the task of driving. I don't see a future in which shared driving continues. I think it's either going to be the computer driving or the human. Well, and that brings me to that question. John simpson. Do you think that once we get to a point? And I think we will because that's the way technology works, right? Where everything is pretty much automated. Then all these problems what disappeared until something else shows up. We're not sure we'd get to that point. I mean, you you you may still have. I mean, the the idea of the so-called level fly on technology can do anything that a human can do and go anywhere human can human driver. I don't know that we ever get to that. I think we may find some very sensible, but limited applications of the technology over a very definite route perhaps bosses going around a college campus or around a business park on the same reliable route. But you know, we have this kind of problem with with humans and technology not being able to interface appropriately in. Airplanes. I mean, you get crashes because the pilots have kind of forgotten what they need to do. That was the one that just happened in Asia. There was a problem with technology in the pilots didn't quite figure out how to take over. I think this is an ongoing problem of this sort of human machine interface. It's it's very difficult to to deal with and it's made more complex by the fact that for a long long time if we have a four Thomas vehicles on the road. I suspect will also have vehicles that are driven by humans, and you know, you think of the average age of an automobile on on the highway Renault eleven and a half years. Going to give up their cars, and we're gonna have a long period. Even the technology gets gets developed, right? We're going to have human driver's interacting with robot. Cars that's that's gonna be problematical. John simpson. Consumer watchdog and bay area. Attorney Jim McPherson. If your auto carb, Chris Raju, fall asleep, not a chance. No, no, no. I I'd be worried that something might happen. So no very alert. I'd be. Oh my goodness..

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"john simpson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Goodness. Jim McPherson is a bay area attorney founder of safe self drive, which looks at the risks and benefits photonics vehicles. And John Simpson is with the consumer watchdog he wants more restrictions on the emergency. The emerging technology. Jim let's start with you. Are we talking here hero autopilot? Or is this a case of villain autopilot? Well, it's hard to say, but we can't say without the brilliant intervention of HP officer, the best remaining outcome would probably have been for the car to come to a complete stop and in flame. But you still have the problem of being completely stopped in the middle of one zero one freeway at three thirty in the morning. All other outcomes would probably worse, right? The driver taps the wheel or as pedal. And he suddenly drops out of autopilot at seventy miles an hour and a sleep or the autopilot just fails for whatever reason, it's an interesting note that this arrest occurred, very close to the same portion of freeway in Mountain View where Walter Wang lost his life in a tesla model X this March when it crashed into a freeway barrier after losing the lines on the road. All these outcomes affect more than just the person inside the car, it affects all of us. And but for the quick thinking of the CHP this could have been a terrible outcome. Okay. So John Simpson with consumer watchdog, I'm trying to make up my own mind here, whether or not this is an example of g the car worked as it was supposed to work the cops moved in front of you that sense to another vehicle. It's slow down and allowed them to to. Make sure that the outcome was one that didn't hurt anybody on the other hand, you know, part of me thinks that well if this car wasn't on autopilot, maybe that guy wouldn't fallen asleep to begin with. Yeah. I think that's exactly right. But I you know, I agree that this was a bit of brilliant maneuvering by the state police, and and we're fortunate the outcome came the it did fundamental problem with with this is the tesla autopilot leads to many people to believe that the car can drive itself all the time. And it cannot do that we had the fatal crash near where this incident occurred. I suspect that the driver got in and said, well, you know, I don't have to worry because autopilot will take me home and. It was a lucky outcome. But that's not what usually happens when people assume these vehicles can do much much more than they actually can Jim McPherson. I think if I'm driving in my car listening to this interview right now, I'm wondering is this the wave of the future with we go to Tom autonomous vehicles. Are we going to is this going to become a major issue people falling asleep at the wheel on a regular basis? Thinking the Carl take care of it. I don't think so I think we're actually living in a strange time in the history of self driving cars, and it's the in between time it's a time of shared driving between the human and the computer software, it's akin to letting you know, a child sit on your lap and do their very best to remain steady. While you sit back ready to catch their mistakes. But this child is software can't really speak to us. We don't know when it's going to fail and the better it gets the more likely we are to be distracted by our phones by the radio by anything else. But the task of driving. I don't see a future in which shared driving continues. I think it's either going to be. On the computer is driving or the human. Well, and that brings me to that question. John simpson. Do you think that once we get to a point? And I think we will because that's the way technology works, right? Where everything is pretty much automated. Then all these problems what disappeared until something else shows up. Well, I'm not sure we'd get to that point. I mean, you you may still have. I mean, the the idea of the so-called level five where the autonomous robot technology can do anything that can do and go anywhere. A human can human driver. Can I don't know that we ever get to that? I think we may find some very sensible, but limited applications of the technology over a very definite route perhaps bosses going around a college campus or around the business park on the same reliable route. But you know, we have this kind of problem with with humans and technology not being able to interface appropriately in airplanes. I mean, you get crashes because the pilots have kind of forgotten what they need to do that was the one that just happened in Asia. There was a problem with the technology and the pilots didn't quite figure out how to take over. I think this is an ongoing. Problem of the sort of human machine interface. It's it's very difficult to deal with and it's made more complex by the fact that for a long long time if we have autonomous vehicles on the road. I suspect will also have vehicles that are driven by humans. And you know, you think of the average age of an automobile on on the highway it's eleven and a half years. People aren't going to give up their cars, and we're gonna have a long period, if even the technology gets gets developed, we're we're going to have human driver's interacting with robot. Cars that's that's going to be problematic. John Simpson consumer watchdog and bay area. Attorney Jim McPherson, if your car, Chris Raju fall asleep. Not a chance don't. No, no. I'd be worried that something might happen. So no, I'd be very alert. I'd I'd be just say like goodness when KNX in-depth continue.

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Waymo gets green light for robot cars in California  no humans needed

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

06:11 min | 2 years ago

Waymo gets green light for robot cars in California no humans needed

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Waymo gets green light for robot cars in California. No humans needed by. Caroline said from business Waymo is the first company and California allow to test robot cars on public roads with no human driver behind the steering wheel. It said Tuesday, the California Department of motor vehicles has given way. Mo a permit for up to forty fully autonomous cars to drive both day and night on city streets rural highways and highways with posted speeds up to sixty five miles per hour. The company which is the self-driving unit of Google parent. Alphabet did not say how soon the vehicles might roll Waymo like most companies testing self-driving cars has long put backup drivers and engineers in the front seats vehicles for safety purposes and to gather data on the car's performance the permit. It has obtained is the first of its kind in the state our vehicles can safely handle fog and light rain. And testing those conditions is included in our permit. Waymo said in a blog post, we will gradually begin driverless testing on city streets in a limited territory and over time expand the area that we drive in as we gain confidence and experience the company's Chrysler Pacifica, white minivans will ditch drivers initially starting around. It's Mountain View headquarters and neighboring Sunnyvale Los Altos. Those outposts hills and Palo Alto Waymo employee's will still be aboard to start just not in the driver's seat. Eventually the company will offer rides to the public as it does in Arizona before expanding beyond those cities in Santa Clara county Waymo will follow the DMV requirements to notify new communities and submit a request to the DMV way moment is the progenitor of the worldwide race to develop autonomous cars after pioneering the field with a secretive moonshot project had Google that began in two thousand nine its success convinced others that atonomy was feasible in the near future. After prompting automakers technology companies and startups to pour billions of dollars into what they believe will be revolution. As transformative has the invention of the car itself. Waymo has been testing it driving fleet now roughly one hundred vehicles in California for years, but like the sixty other self-driving companies in California, it is had drivers ready to take control if something went wrong nationwide. It tests about six hundred cars in twenty five cities in February the California DMV finalized regulations for California cars to operate. Without drivers Waymo applied for a permit to do. So in April, California has been working toward this milestone for several years, and we will continue to keep the public safety in mind as this technology evolves. Said DNB director Jean Shamoto in a statement. However, some consumer advocates cautioned that they think robot cars aren't ready for public roads and threatens safety that argument gained credence with some high profile accidents, including. Luding one in Arizona in March. When an Uber self driving car struck and killed a pedestrian even though it detected her in the roadway ahead. The cars backup driver was watching a video. Although drivers are supposed to remain alert. The DMV is simply trusting Waymo without any real verification, and is putting our safety at risk said John Simpson privacy and technology director of consumer watchdog in a statement, he referred to drive list cars as a Kintu playing a video game. Except lives will be at stake. Some states such as Zona where Waymo has been testing truly a Thomas cars for over a year already allow no driver cars until now California only allowed them on private test tracks which as go meant him station in concord and the former castle airbase in Mercer county where Waymo tests to forego human drivers, the DMV requires companies to provide insurance or a bond of five million dollars and to self certified that they're autonomous cars can navigate roads and have been tested in the planned area. Of operations the cars must comply with all federal safety regulations. For now, that means robot cars must have steering wheels brake pedals and other manual controls. As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not yet issued waivers for cars to omit manual controls. Among other California requirements companies must have remote operators who can communicate with passengers and send the cars recommendations for how to proceed if the robots get stumped. Because of transmission delays, operators do not actually drive the cars remotely companies also must have a plan for interacting with law enforcement Waymo released its plan this month, it involves education for first responders and the ability for them to easily contact twenty four seven Waymo phone support way. Most permit allows the driverless cars to give rights only to employees and non paying members of the public. The DMV has a separate permit system for offering paid no driver rise in the Phoenix area. Waymo gives rides to about four hundred households. Is that use an app to summon? It's robot cars for their everyday trips to school, work nights out, etc. Most still operate with backup drivers help shape. The future of self driving cars says Waymo 's website forever since to apply as early writers. The company says Amazon is where it will. I offer a commercial robot taxi service, the company plans, a similar early writer program in California for people who live in its planned service area. But hasn't yet said when that will start. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.

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"john simpson" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Whenever she comes over to visit me, I don't know how we got there as really stupid idea. I don't trust her as an ambassador for my Uber rating. I don't know. She is racist or is this people she's driving with. Anyway, but without without the idea of her racism without knowing whether or not she is racist you, you're still ready, but I love you. Enough you. You can wake up tomorrow morning and she took your pillow pillowcases off, cut holes in them, and she's a sleeping in that already. L. on her weight. I don't want to hurt her feelings. This KKK grand wizard roll with it. And the important part is I haven't proposed, right? So love is not a contract. You know, it's words. Those are words spoken like a boyfriend. I think this is very argument. I say, love all the time, and I don't necessarily mean it much just say, like I said, I love you too. I don't know how many I haven't kept track of it, but a fair amount of women who while we're having sex, how many guys? Wow, that's different. As the first time? No, never the first time. Like I'm fucked up and drunken. We're having sexes, passionate moment. Yeah, slip out. I don't go into it thinking like, I love her during this, but sometimes John John stuffing. I love you. John Simpson. That's a great point. There's no time where it's harder to not say, I love you then during sex. Exactly. Yeah. I said on Fridays, podcasts that I like during sex, I might say anything. I might tell you, I'll.

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"john simpson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A serious level yeah of course and journalistic level is normally still serious because it's it's the journalist are mostly scandal because we have no political parties our judicial system will never go against the law enforcement agencies under control back in the heady days of nineteen ninety two i was invited to talk to a group of russian journalists in moscow about the way the press works in the west they were incredibly starry eyed even the older ones journalism wouldn't just be a job for them it'd be a crusade the way i see it young woman called out journalism is a way of bringing back truth to us after all the years of official lying well it's commodore dreadful price in the years since then at least two of the people in that audience of died violent deaths for telling the truth john simpson world affairs editor will have to journalists with me i wonder how you both reflect a victoria on the fact that you know the more you delve the more you seek to uncover in your world the more risks possibly you take absolutely and i think it's a shame that he of course his life was spared but for telling a lie and then you have other russian journalists who died were telling the truth you know as a journalist your credibility your integrity is everything and i really wonder what this means for him in terms of his credibility he's a dissident when it comes to the russian government will they be able to take him seriously what else will you fabricate you know if you're able to fake your death so it it really also does put an indictment not just on him but you know generally the journalistic profession as a whole in terms of people now interrogating what is put out there in terms of stories and information nick do do you have doubts about what went on in kiev yes i my my intrigue is you know how this stunts this faking of his death i think victoria just raised a really interesting question about but ken jenkins a credibility going forward what was the motive of how did the what were the mechanics what was the context of this to this stunt and i it's a puzzle it's an intrigue what's the back story and john simpson's view about the ability of of journalists post communism is.

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"john simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Who remained determined not to be silenced even though nearly forty of the number of the murdered in the twenty seven years since the fall of communism in russia we're lucky the number didn't go up with our colleague bob chengkuo russian journalists have fallen off balconies being beaten to death poisoned or involved in questionable car crashes did he fall or was he pushed officially in russia maxim bora then fell out of the window this flat either suicide or an accident officially there is no question of foul play maxine borodin died six weeks ago he'd been investigating the involvement of russian messenger is in syria some years ago alexander lebed deaf a former kgb agent who went on to by the london evening standard explained how wary russian journalists had to be if they upset the authorities there you definitely will face the risk to your life if you're really into serious level years of official lying well it's common dreadful price in the years since then at least two of the people in that audience of died violent deaths for telling the truth and that was john simpson and the time is eleven minutes to nine the charity commission has criticized the league artem institute foundation it says the charity crossed the line when it published its brexit inflection point report in november twenty seventeen the commission says the report promoted the views of brexit is.

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"john simpson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"With steve cochran on seven twenty wgn on the wgn associated mark a couple of stocks of local interests this morning archer daniels midland off about a half percent at forty five fifty a share and caterpillar off about a percent and a half one fifty three twenty five this is the opening bell on seven twenty wgn from abc news wall street now shares mostly lower in asia today following friday's pullback on wall street losses in technology retailers packaged foods and beverage makers wait on us stocks friday pulling the market lower for a second day in a row some of the world's biggest tech companies will report earnings this week including facebook twitter mike soft and alphabet the parent company google america's business economists are sketching bright picture for the coming months with the survey finding that more of their companies expect sales to rise and plan to keep hiring and raising pay the national association of realtors releases its report on existing home sales for march today the month before existing home sales rebounded reversing two straight months of declines the biggest global auto show of the year is showcasing electric cars auto china twentyeight teen which opens this week is trying to appeal to price conscious but demanding chinese drivers vera abc news seven twenty wgn good morning everyone welcome back to the program thanks for being here with us it is our monday edition and that means it ceo spotlight monday john simpson is here he's the ceo and one of the founders at one north we were talking earlier for the break john about the mark zuckerberg testifying before congress one of the concerns that's brought up is this whole notion of privacy were digital marketing is concerned in the digital space what are your thoughts in that area has lilly.

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"john simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And i think we can do the puzzle for today in just a moment but before that fool that we will go to john simpson because donald trump unveiled his national security strategy last night and he declared that the united states was engaged in a new era of competition and rival powers russia and china which challenging americaninfluenced john simpson about world affairs editor reflect solve global superpowers i honestly can't remember a time like this you got to get back to the 1930s to find such a black hole in the international firmament that is to say you've got to be ninety or older to have seen a time of peace which wasn't dominated by the americans on one side of the soviet union on the other sza waiting to greet the first of these children arrivals will the russians dropped out of course and in spite of all of fiery speeches and clever moves vladimir putin makes nowadays russia is still low near a secondrate power in 1990s six in washington the policy advisor sydney blumenthal came up with the phrase the describe america's new status as the world's only superpower the indispensable nation he called it and his then boss madeleine albright the secretary of state picked up the phrase and made it her own we stand tall mrs albright said we see further than other countries into the future but well it's not quite like that now is it in their leisure are typical stunned gotta one another fooled law on the absolutely fundamental issue of the middle east the palestinian leader mahmoud abbas said angrily last week he wouldn't any longer accept but there was a role for the american his in the peace talks with israel all right well if not the americans who russia not a chance cloudy me a putin has helped president assad fight off the threat against him and preserved syria for dictatorship but last week he declared victory and he can't wait to get his hugely expensive underequipped forces out of the place by water a significant part of the russian force based in the syrian arab republic is to come back to russia you are returning victorious to your homes your family's your parents.

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"john simpson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome to the document on the bbc world service by john simpson twit traveling to wartorn afghanistan to follow the remarkable story of a former child refugee who defied the odds to get to the top of his profession and how he chose to put his career on hold to help people back in his homeland find out how as i follow wahid's extraordinary journey in afghanistan calling after the news the abc news with debbie russ the aid agency midsize somphone chair says that about six thousand seven hundred were hinging muslims have been killed as a result of recent unrest in man ma some seventeen times the official figure the estimate is based on msf interviews with some of more than six hundred thousand for hingis who fled to bangladesh after a burmese military campaign the world trade organization has failed to reach any agreement at its first summit since donald trump came to power the biennial meeting in argentina was overshadowed by concerns about us protectionism the constitutional court in indonesia has narrowly rejected a petition for a complete ban on gay sex by fifa dhs two four the case was brought by conservative islamic lobby group the family love allianz which wanted all extramarital sex to be made illegal the indonesian government opposed the move police in the american state of kentucky say a local politician has killed himself after being accused of sexually molesting a teenage girl in a church the bullet county representative down johnson who denied the allegations shot himself on a bridge tensions over north korea's nuclear programme are expected to be high on the agenda in talks in beijing between the chinese president xi jinping and his visiting south korean counterpart moon jae in the issue has previously strained bilateral relations the fraud trial of the veteran mad the senegalese capital dakar is due to a later today kelly for cell had been seen as a likely presidential contender and 2019 he was indicted in march for alleged fraud and embezzlement of public money charges he denies which is to say they've achieved mindblowing results in an attempt to tackle the blood disorder haemophilia a research is used in natick therapy to correct the red effects that stops flood from clotting properly bbc news afghanistan a country wracked by seemingly interminable war hear the rock.

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"john simpson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john simpson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Two remember andrew blah charles marlon i'm race under the rules well and the end i ever done under the direction of more john simpson speaking this is nbc the national broadcasting company and that's the adventures of frank mary well from december thirteen nineteen forty seven with the here's heirlooms starring loss in serbia served on nbc also was and this casts mike randall is in the scam he did that he did a little radio before u b team seelig the couple is best known for that obviously at role but he did some radio when he happened superior in this episode of frank mary while they're interesting before we get into archie andrews i want to remind all of our listeners that we have a website and hollywood 360 radio that that website is there for you because it has a podcast if you miss any of our weekly hollywood 360 show we do broadcast four hours we have the time cast of this show all four hours and hollywood 360 lady all done tons okay it is time now for archie andrews this was a teenage sitcom and it was adapted from the very popular comic strip.

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