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"katie hafner" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on podnews

"Alternative. The podcast index traumas that the core categorized index will always be available for free for any use you can sign up to be a developer on their developer portal and we support this initiative. So as of today, news uses the podcast index for our main podcast search. IBUKI has opened the voting for third edition of their audience awards. You can vote for your favorite podcast in a link you'll find in our show notes newsletter. Today you've until September the twentieth to vote meanwhile, the virtual ceremony for the Latin podcast awards will be on October the tenth with Speaker. You can see poets, dot events your local time. spotify is working on a set of new features to their APP including a method to save your favorite podcast episodes. The companies also advertising podcasting and a new campaign running in twenty three markets and a TV commercial running in sixteen markets globally. Rachel Corbett has joined Australia's commercial radio broadcast and Nova entertainment as head of PODCASTS and digital content. Acosta Australia's hired six new people and SCA Australia's largest commercial radio company and owner of podcast one Australia has entered a partnership with spoken layer, which creates automated short form audio content for smart speakers. And podcast news changes with Anne McManus returns for a Second Series Radio Presenter Anne mackinaw, using her full name, his to interview extraordinary people including actor Michael Sheen American singer Songwriter. Beth Ditto, and our first guest is novelist Zadie Smith. Mothers ourselves interviews, the children of extraordinary mothers. It's a new podcast from longtime New York Times reporter Katie Hafner who started the podcast around Mother's Day this year while covering the pandemic, it aims to offer something a little more uplifting in the midst of so much grimness. Telling US and tomorrow WNYC and history releasing blind spots the roads to nine eleven bringing tonight's lights the decade long shadow struggled preceded via tax. And that's the latest from our newsletter subscribe Apart News Donnez..

"katie hafner" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on podnews

"Wouldn't it be delightful if we could just keep the platform open for everybody for anything, , carry has launched a new open podcast directory for APP developers working with developer Dave Jones, , speaking on a new podcast, , curry and Jones worry that apple is starting to tinker with their directory. . Here's alternative. . The podcast index traumas that the core categorized index will always be available for free for any use you can sign up to be a developer on their developer portal and we support this initiative. . So as of today, , news uses the podcast index for our main podcast search. . IBUKI has opened the voting for third edition of their audience awards. You . can vote for your favorite podcast in a link you'll find in our show notes newsletter. . Today you've until September the twentieth to vote meanwhile, , the virtual ceremony for the Latin podcast awards will be on October the tenth with Speaker. . You can see poets, , dot events your local time. . spotify is working on a set of new features to their APP including a method to save your favorite podcast episodes. . The companies also advertising podcasting and a new campaign running in twenty three markets and a TV commercial running in sixteen markets globally. . Rachel Corbett has joined Australia's commercial radio broadcast and Nova entertainment as head of PODCASTS and digital content. . Acosta Australia's hired six new people and SCA Australia's largest commercial radio company and owner of podcast one Australia has entered a partnership with spoken layer, , which creates automated short form audio content for smart speakers. . And podcast news changes with Anne McManus returns for a Second Series Radio Presenter Anne mackinaw, , using her full name, , his to interview extraordinary people including actor Michael Sheen American singer Songwriter. . Beth Ditto, , and our first guest is novelist Zadie Smith. . Mothers ourselves interviews, , the children of extraordinary mothers. . It's a new podcast from longtime New York Times reporter Katie Hafner who started the podcast around Mother's Day this year while covering the pandemic, , it aims to offer something a little more uplifting in the midst of so much grimness. . Telling US and tomorrow WNYC and history releasing blind spots the roads to nine eleven bringing tonight's lights the decade long shadow struggled preceded via tax. .

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The Podfather launches a new, open podcast directory

podnews

02:33 min | 2 months ago

The Podfather launches a new, open podcast directory

"Wouldn't it be delightful if we could just keep the platform open for everybody for anything, carry has launched a new open podcast directory for APP developers working with developer Dave Jones, speaking on a new podcast, curry and Jones worry that apple is starting to tinker with their directory. Here's alternative. The podcast index traumas that the core categorized index will always be available for free for any use you can sign up to be a developer on their developer portal and we support this initiative. So as of today, news uses the podcast index for our main podcast search. IBUKI has opened the voting for third edition of their audience awards. You can vote for your favorite podcast in a link you'll find in our show notes newsletter. Today you've until September the twentieth to vote meanwhile, the virtual ceremony for the Latin podcast awards will be on October the tenth with Speaker. You can see poets, dot events your local time. spotify is working on a set of new features to their APP including a method to save your favorite podcast episodes. The companies also advertising podcasting and a new campaign running in twenty three markets and a TV commercial running in sixteen markets globally. Rachel Corbett has joined Australia's commercial radio broadcast and Nova entertainment as head of PODCASTS and digital content. Acosta Australia's hired six new people and SCA Australia's largest commercial radio company and owner of podcast one Australia has entered a partnership with spoken layer, which creates automated short form audio content for smart speakers. And podcast news changes with Anne McManus returns for a Second Series Radio Presenter Anne mackinaw, using her full name, his to interview extraordinary people including actor Michael Sheen American singer Songwriter. Beth Ditto, and our first guest is novelist Zadie Smith. Mothers ourselves interviews, the children of extraordinary mothers. It's a new podcast from longtime New York Times reporter Katie Hafner who started the podcast around Mother's Day this year while covering the pandemic, it aims to offer something a little more uplifting in the midst of so much grimness. Telling US and tomorrow WNYC and history releasing blind spots the roads to nine eleven bringing tonight's lights the decade long shadow struggled preceded via tax.

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"katie hafner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In the W. W. J. twenty four hour traffic center now let's get your exclusive accu weather forecast with with Brian Thompson was it through tonight we'll have a partly cloudy sky will be comfortable with a low down to fifty seven still not that humid into tomorrow with clouds and sunshine there will be a shower in spots with a high near eighty partly cloudy tomorrow night lows sixty well sunshine giving way to more clouds on Friday it will turn warmer with a high of eighty six and then maybe some showers and thunderstorms heading into Saturday I'm back about the meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. JT forty nine fifty it is sixty nine degrees right now out at city airport mostly cloudy skies seventy at metro airport and cloud cover there traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight five forty nine fifty W. W. J. good evening I'm Stephanie Davis top stories at eleven twenty a federal appeals court tonight rule to keep gyms and fitness centers closed in Michigan at least for now a judge made the decision last week that the facilities could re open tomorrow after being closed for fourteen weeks the governor's office filed the appeal three people have been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a team and a Kalamazoo youth facility three staff members are said to have restrained Cornelius Fred Fredericks after throwing a sandwich and it's the story of an eleven year old boy you some big bullies at a community fighting back Katie Hafner says her son John who was autistic was using the red Gerry skate park and burned out last week when two older teenage boys began insulting him over how he looked and acted and his three wheeled skateboard and then there was another young man who called my son a retired to his face says her son who was extremely smart it had a breakdown earlier this year over bullying at school and the.

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"katie hafner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Because of a gas main leak that happened today it'll be closed until further notice in the W. W. J. traffic center I'm Katie W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty thank U. K. T. here accu weather forecast for the rest of your Wednesday let's bring in meteorologist Brian Thompson was it through tonight we'll have a partly cloudy sky will be comfortable with a low down to fifty seven still not that humid into tomorrow with clouds and sunshine it will be a shower in spots with a high near eighty partly cloudy tomorrow night low sixty well sunshine giving way to more clouds on Friday it will turn warmer with a high of eighty six and then maybe some showers and thunderstorms heading into Saturday now back about the meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. JT forty nine fifty nine thank you Brian it is still in the seventies there to the east in the city of Detroit where at seventy three degrees mostly cloudy skies seventy five and mostly cloudy over at metro airport Troy you're checking in at seventy four degrees and mostly cloudy skies traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids live in local radio nine fifteen W. W. G. evening I'm Stephanie Davis top stories we're following at nine twenty three people have been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a team at a Kalamazoo youth facility three staff members are said to have restrained Cornelius Fredericks after throwing a sandwich the volume hosted this evening that discussion on racial inequities in policing the audience included residents as well as city and police leaders from throughout western Wayne County more on these stories at the bottom of the hour W. W. J. news time nine twenty it's the story of an eleven year old boy some big bullies and the community fighting back Katie Hafner says her son John who was autistic was using the red Gerry skate park and burned out last week when two older teenage boys began insulting him over how he looked and acted and his three wheeled skateboard and that there was another young man who called my son a retired to his face says her son who was extremely smart it had a breakdown earlier this year over bullying at school in the.

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"katie hafner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Personal responsibility of those who venture out by the way the in the county health department asking anyone who visited Harper's restaurant and brew pub in the past couple of weeks June twelfth through the twentieth to be specific they're asking you to self quarantine quick statement from the company this afternoon expressing regret vowing to do better in closing temporarily they say to implement new safety precautions reporting live John Hewitt W. W. J. news radio nine fifty the business leaders for Michigan has recommended to the governor that she refinanced the teacher retirement system to take advantage of lower interest rates but the governor isn't ready to go there yet last year the Republican legislative leaders talk about refinancing the teacher retirement system the governor said no then it now comes the business leaders at Michigan suggesting it's a good idea and she's saying no again although the door is not completely closed but she does say this about that from day one I have never been someone that thinks we should take money out of our teacher pension system to pay for ongoing needs of in the classroom we need to do more on behalf of our kids but it shouldn't come at the cost of our teachers and just before the interview was over one last question governor did your husband ever get that dock in up north did you get that done yeah good bye eight that's not the answer we were looking for recording from Lansing constrictive to W. J. newsradio nine fifth elsewhere in the capital city legislation now approved by the Michigan Senate switch would have the states create dedicated facilities for corona virus infected patients who aren't sick enough to be hospitalized or placed into a nursing home the Republican sponsored legislation which did pass this afternoon is a response to the governor's policy that allows people with covert nineteen to be put in nursing homes if they are isolated from residents without the virus under the measure sent to the state house people could not stay in a nursing home or be admitted there unless they have recovered recovered from the virus or the home can provide a designated area for them it's the biggest increase in corona virus cases in Michigan in nearly a month the latest statistics from the state health department show three hundred twenty three new confirmed cases of the corona virus and four more deaths the state is now closing in on sixty two thousand confirmed cases of the virus there have been five thousand eight hundred sixty eight residents who have died from covered nineteen since mid March it's a story of an eleven year old boy some big bullies and a community fighting back Katie Hafner says her son John who was autistic was using the red Gary skate park and burned out last week when two older teenage boys began insulting him over how he looked and acted and his three wheeled skateboard and that there was another young man who called my son a retired to his face says her son who was extremely smart it had a breakdown earlier this year over bullying at school in the incident set him back so she took to the local neighbourhood forum on Facebook the community when not in like the best way possible they responded with you know Hey John don't be embarrassed by your scooter I think your scooters really cool people offered to come skate with him if they knew when he would be up there she says the kids have been showing him some new tricks and even has a few playdates Sandra McNeil WWJ newsradio nine fifty and still the com cocktails to go just about legal here in Michigan will have the latest on that just ahead WWJ news time now five oh eight traffic.

"katie hafner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"It is different so you comment and I go in there with a nasty comment and you say you not hide that it's if people wanna go in and see the hidden comments they can. They know that people are lazy and probably won't so D- values the the comments that the poster wants valued and some of the criticism. I think that I disagree with quite a bit. which is that well where somebody's fact checking would if somebody's bothered about I think that ANA social network you should be able to manage and moderate the conversation that follows of your own tweets? Three two people want to disagree on their own stream they can but I think people. I hope I'm his works against traction. Hope so twitter's like better features is just the where where it hides the some of the bad replies at the bottom I dunno it's vastly improved my twitter experience. I got the new twitter and it looks very different. They it's no longer out. It's no longer chronological or anything. It's just like I I don't they really changed the fee they have an option option to to flip over to recent tweets first and then but that it only lasts a few days and then they go back to Algorithm Mickley sorted which is kind of to me. It's kind of a dark pattern yeah. I don't know what it's doing but <hes> I think clearly what people want in many people want is reverse chronological with no algorithm and that's why he's tweet Dick because it's still does that. Yes right Yep do like if you pull up like the mobile twitter you are l like because it doesn't like I can do the whole like display latest tweets tweets I on my on my mobile APP but on desktop. I'd like type in the the mobile U._R._l.. And do it that way ATIP Atip. I'll give you another tip of using tweet Dick. I exclude re tweets and the only reason I do that. Is I feel like that's where you get the viral inflammation happening like this sudden all these re tweets. I WanNa see the originals I I have a different approach to the same problem. If somebody re tweets something objectionable I just following the person who reach tweeted it yeah and send you get quality re tweets because I follow like like Matthew. Ingram is a bunch of other people who great reactors true form. I would want to say a lot of new twitter users by other people's retweets but I'm very as we need better moderation tools for selves. Yes get so that we can make our twitter feeds. Better twitter wants to maintain the control over much all that stuff and I think you know give control the people man that's what I that's what I say boomer boomer. I wanted to mention this because he was a very important person in computer science that I thought I knew everybody all the names in history but I had never heard of Fernando quarterback though I did you ever heard of him. He didn't know who your father was. The father of my computer he just passed away at the age of ninety three great eulogies <hes> obituary in the New York Times by Katie Hafner and here's why you want to remember for another caught about tall before he came along. If you wanted to use a computer you had a print print out a bunch of punchcards stack carry them carefully without letting them fall spindle folder mutilate to the high priest running the computer who would then Deign to run your job. Maybe tomorrow maybe the next day maybe next week and if heaven having offend the cards have gotten mixed up where there was a bug you can get a back and you have to start all over in this process again. Computing was not interactive in other words Corato realized that these computers are fast enough off that they could probably do something he called time sharing he added in the early sixties something called C._t.. S._S. compatible time sharing system which allowed multiple users in different locations to access one big expensive computer at the same time through telephone lines teletype remember that yeah and without that <hes> Bill Gates. Wouldn't you know very famously Bill Gates mom and other mothers at the Lakeside School in Seattle had a cake exhale to raise the money.

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"katie hafner" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I'm from job to job so quickly that you didn't even notice while you while while you were thinking it would handle other people's jobs while you were well. It was waiting for the key press on the teletype. This was huge judge. This allowed multiple people simultaneously to use a computer through telephone lines shirt was still in a basement still tended by a priest but at least you didn't have to bring in those punch cards you could just type teletype and Lo and behold you type a letter chunk it would come back chunk you type a question John Kim junk and an answer would come back junk junk junk. This was a miracle. This was a miracle no more waiting a day or two to get the answer to your question question of or the results of your program. You could type it in in a nineteen sixty three. This is from the New York Times Obituary nineteen sixty three public television interview corby described batch processing is infuriating for its inefficiency. He said the advent of time sharing reinforces the notion still in its infancy the computers maybe just maybe could be used interactively. Oh was an idea that would animate the computing field for decades Katie Hafner rights now. That's the good side of Corby. Here's the bad side. Maybe that's in order to have multiple you people using the computer at the same time. You couldn't let everybody just kind of get on their access. Everybody else's files. You had to have a time sharing system with passwords so that you log in you'd have access to your stuff but nobody else's stuff made sense passwords so he also invented the bane modern computing he invented modern computing and the bane of modern computing passwords. We're stuck with both it's really an amazing fellow. We owe a a great debt to passed away at the age of ninety three. Dr Corato Corby M._I._T.. Created the modern way of working with a computer. That's pretty cool and I you know I had never heard his name but I wanted to. I wanted to mention that honor him <hes> now that it's too late to actually honor him but mentioned him anyway and yes of course you had had also that the password make that work meanwhile here. We are in the age of A._I.. Artificial intelligence. There's a new computer in town. The plays poker software from facebook and Carnegie Mellon University played five thousand hands over the Internet in six six against six other players. The bought was called pluribus against the best poker players in the world including including four time world poker tour champion Darren Elias including Chris Ferguson in the end the bought at one many many games finally a new poker bought can beat this is real interactivity multiple champions at the same time which is kinda surprising because poker has of course the element of luck. There's some strategy edgy but a lot of the strategy relies on reading the humans doesn't it is he bluffing. He looks like he's bluffing. Does he really have paradise in there just to Peres twos and kind of reading that person I don't computer would do that somehow bought and it's a I because it was trained against many playing many many many many games if you were the researcher at M._I._T.. Created created pluribus said if you sit this down with five elite professional humans is going to beat them and make money off. This is the gold standard well. I'm glad we're we're bending are intellectual abilities towards towards important things things poker's not like chess chess you can see is calculable. There's a lot of calculations even go. It's calculable but poker no I ain't gotta think about humans and the mistakes they made this has taken them longer than chess and go the end of a multi decade effort involving many researchers the first the first <hes> there. It's predecessor Liberato us in two thousand seventeen was the first program it professionals the plan no limit Texas hold 'em but this is the first time a computers played against full table and one again and again again. I don't know if it's means means anything. I don't know if it means self. Driving cars are coming..

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"katie hafner" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Or Canada outside that area will of course you could still reach us. You just have to use skype or something like that and I know we have listeners all over the world so don't want to discourage you. Just use skype out. You'RE GONNA call toll free number so it shouldn't cost you anything eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo see there it is it's as simple as that. There's a website tech Skylab dot com the numbers. They're linked to the chat rooms. They're all the <hes> all the stuff you need to know and most importantly the show is there after the show <hes> I put everything we talked about <hes> in their actually James Does James reveal right sat down and <hes> so we have text the also the audio and video from the shows up there so really. It's it's <hes> we got everything we it's all up their tech guy labs dot com and best of all. We don't charge you for that. That's free. There's no sign up. Even I don't even want your email address. I don't want any of that. A man who is both loved and hated passed away at the age of ninety three this week New York Times betrayed today by Katie Hafner name. I did not know Fernando Kotabato. They call them corby. I did not know his name he was at M._I._T.. His whole life died at the age of ninety three a professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute technology but here's why he's important to you and me me when he started teaching computing <hes> in the early sixties and I remember this when I went to college even in the early seventies the computer was a big old thing in the computer science building usually in the basement on a raised floor tended to buy a priesthood. You didn't get to go and touch the computer. You didn't get the type on its keyboard didn't even have a keyboard. <hes> you go if you were lucky if you're a student in the computer science department perhaps maybe they would let you type out a series of punchcards remember those do not fold spindle immune late those cards with the holes in them he special machine you would type your program or your request you would type it and it would punch holes in the cards and you would get a stack of cards and heaven help you if you drop them because they're they're the worst I things to sort of be a messy to get stack of cards and hope you didn't have a typo because that would screw up the computer to and you'd bring that carefully wrapped in a row within your hands do not fold do not spindle do not mutilate to the priests east the High Priest of the computer and say please. Would you run this job for me and then he'd put you in a queue of a bunch of other jobs in one job finished another one starting and so on and Dr Corato Corby didn't he. I thought you know that's no good. There ought to be a way to use computers interactivity see nowadays this is like that's how you use a computer potatoes. They didn't even they didn't know about that. He creates something called C._t.. S._S. compatible paddle time sharing system his insight was computers. Were fast enough that it could like like a chess grandmaster at a simultaneous exhibition. Take care of multiple jobs all at once moving..

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"katie hafner" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on WRVA

"Just have to use Skype or something like that and I know we have listeners all over the world so don't want to discourage you use use Skype out you're gonna call toll free number so it shouldn't cost you anything eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo see there it is it's as simple as that there's a website tech I labs dot com the numbers there a link to the chat room is there all the all the stuff you need to know and most importantly the show was there after the show I put everything we talked about in their action James does James River right sat down and so we have text the also the audio and video from the shows up there so really it's it's that we got everything we got it's all out there tech giant labs dot com and best of all we don't charge for that that's free there's no sign up even I don't even want your email address I don't want any of that a man who is both loved and hated passed away at the age of ninety three this week New York times but sure it today by Katie Hafner name I did not know Fernando court about though they call them Corby I did not know his name is it M. I. T. his whole life died at the age of ninety three a professor emeritus at the Massachusetts institute of technology but here's why he's important to you and me when he started teaching computing in the early sixties and I remember this when I went to college even in the early seventies the computer was a big Ole thing in the computer science building usually in the basement on a raised floor tended to by a priesthood you didn't get to go in touch the computer you can get the type on its keyboard didn't even have a keyboard you got if you were lucky if you were a student in the computer science department perhaps maybe they would let you type out a series of punch cards member those do not fold spindle mutilate those cards with the holes in them the machine you would type your program are your request would tape it and it would punch holes in the cards and you would get a stack of cards in heaven help you if you dropped in because they're the they're the worst things the sword they just be a messy to get this stack of cards and hope you didn't have a typo because that would screw up the computer too and you bring that carefully wrapped in a restaurant in the in your hands do not fold do not spindle do not mutilate to the priest the high priest of the computers a please Sir would you run this job for me and they put you in a queue of a bunch of other jobs in one job finished other would start and so on and doctor core Bob Dole Corby didn't see thought you know that's no good there are to be a way to do it use computers interactively see nowadays this is like that's how you use a computer I think they don't even they don't know about that he created something called C. T. S. S. the compatible time sharing system his insight was computers are fast enough that it could like a like a chess grandmaster at a simultaneous X. exhibition take care multiple jobs all at once moving from job to job so quickly that you didn't even notice while you while you while you were thinking it would handle other people's jobs while you were well was waiting for the key press on the teletype this was huge this allowed multiple people simultaneously use a computer through telephone lines sure it was still in the basement still tended by a priest a bit least you have to bring in those punch cards you could just tell a type of teletype and lo and behold you type a letter chunk it would come back.

"katie hafner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"katie hafner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As simple as that there's a website tech I labs dot com the numbers there a link to the chat room is there all the all the stuff you need to know and most importantly the show was there after the show I put everything we talked about in their action James does James River writes that down and so we have text yeah also the audio and video from a shows up there so really it's it's that we got everything we got it's all up there tech giant labs dot com and best of all we don't charge for that that's free there's no sign up even I don't even want your email address I don't want any of that a man who is both loved and hated passed away at the age of ninety three this week New York times but sure today by Katie Hafner name I did not know Fernando car about though they call them Corby I did not know his name is it M. I. T. his whole life died at the age of ninety three a professor emeritus at the Massachusetts institute of technology but here's why he's important to you and me when he started teaching computing in the early sixties and I remember this when I went to college even in the early seventies the computer was a big Ole thing in the computer science building usually in the basement on a raised floor tended to by a priesthood you didn't get to go in touch the computer you can get the type on its keyboard didn't even have a keyboard you got if you were lucky if you were a student in the computer science department perhaps maybe they would let you type out a series of punch cards member those do not fold spindle mutilate those cards with the holes in them the special machine you would type your your program are your request you would type it and it would punch holes in the cards and you would get a stack of cards and heaven help you if you dropped in because they're the they're the worst things to sort they just be a messy to get this stack of cards and hope you didn't have a typo because that would screw up the computer too and you bring that carefully wrapped in a restaurant with in your hands do not fold do not spindle do not mutilate to the priest the high priest of the computers a please Sir would you run this job for me and they put you in a queue of a bunch of other jobs in one job finished either would start and so on and doctor cord bought though Corby didn't see sought you know that's no good there are to be a way to do it use computers interactively see nowadays this is like that's how you use a computer thank thank anyone they don't know about that he created something called C. T. S. S. the compatible time sharing system his insight was computers are fast enough that it could like it like a chess grandmaster at a simultaneous X. exhibition take care of multiple jobs all at once moving from job to job so quickly that you didn't even notice while you while you while you were thinking it would handle other people's jobs while you were well I was waiting for the key press on the teletype this was huge this allowed multiple people simultaneously using computers your telephone lines sure was still in the basement still tended by a priest a bit least you don't have to bring in those punch cards you could just type type of teletype and lo and behold you type a letter trunk it would come back trunk you type of question children Jim Jim drug edit it answer would come back jump jump jump jump jump this is a miracle this is a miracle no more waiting a day or two to get the answer to your question of the or the results of your program you could type it in in a nineteen sixty three this is from The New York Times obituary nineteen sixty three public television interview Corby describe batch processing is infuriating for its inefficiency he said the advent of time sharing reinforces the notion still in its infancy the computers maybe just maybe could be used interactively was an idea that would animate the computing field for decades Katie Hafner rights now that's the good side of Corby here's the bad side maybe it's a in order to have multiple you people using the computer the same time you couldn't let everybody just kind of get on there axis everybody else's files you had to have a time sharing system with passwords city your log in you have access to your stuff but nobody else's stuff makes sense passwords so we also vetted the bane of modern computing invented modern computing and the bane of modern computing passwords we're we're stuck with both it's really an amazing fella we owe a great debt to passed away at the age of ninety three Dr Kerr but tall Corby M. I. T. created the modern way of working with the computer that's pretty cool and I you know I had never heard his name but I want to I want to mention that honor him now that it's too late to actually honor him but mention him anyway and yes of course you had had also that the password make that work meanwhile here we are in the age of A. I. artificial intelligence there's a new computer in town the plays poker software from Facebook thank Carnegie Mellon University played five thousand hands over the internet and six what it's six against six other players the bot was called for a bus against the best poker players in the world including four time world poker tour champion Karen Elias including Chris Ferguson in the end the bot at one many many games finally a new poker but can be this is a real interactivity multiple champions at the same time which is kind of surprising because poker has of course the element of lock there's some strategy but a lot of the strategy relies on reading the humans doesn't is he bluffing he looks like he's bluffing I don't know does he really have a aces in there just to Peres twos and kind of reading their personal computer would do that somehow this but and it's a I because it was it trained against many you know playing many many many many games if you said well the researcher at MIT created poor but said if you sit this but that with five elite professional humans is going to be to make money off of this is the gold standard well I'm glad for we're bending our intellectual abilities towards important things things poker is not like chess chess is you could catch his calculable there's a lot of calculations even go it's calculable a poker no I think I think about humans and the mistakes they made this is taken them longer than chess and go the end of a multi decade effort involving many researchers the first the first step there its predecessor Liberatore S. twenty seventeen was the first program to be professionals the plan no limit Texas hold'em but this is the first time a computer's played against a full table and one again again again I don't know if this means anything I don't know if it means self driving cars are coming I don't know if it means your robot Butler will be serving a drink in the future but you know you think about in the sixties you couldn't use a computer interactively here we are so what is it fifty sixty years later and that you can maybe fifty or sixty years your your robot Butler will play poker with you I don't know I don't know what it means number one but you know apple talked about in the on the apple watch is walkie talkie feature a lot member couple years ago was big deal effect I went out and got the new apple watch just I'd have walkie talkie and I can talk to my wife it was like that next telephone unity press a button Dr you have to dial a number anything we use that for about two days before it really annoying and turn it off now apple has disabled walkie talkie well it's a good thing because it turns out and we don't know the details because I've been revealed but there's a security flaw that will allow one person listen another person's iPhone without their consent using walkie talkie what that's not good we are not aware rates apple of any use of this vulnerability against a customer as specific conditions and sequences of events which rocket tell you about a required exploited but we we thought maybe better to turn this off so we can figure it out do you use walkie talkie if you do it's not working they say the walkie talkie app warming installed but won't function we're gonna fix it will let you know this is kind of like the apple bug earlier with facetime right allow people to use facetime as Snoop on other people that there now eighty eight eighty eight Ashley of those are the those are a couple of the things on my mind this week you can talk to we have lots to talk about answer questions at eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo the old port the tech guy our show today brought to you by remote P. 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