35 Burst results for "Lennox"
Actor Kevin Sorbo Talks to Dinesh From Israel About His Movie Projects
"Guys, I'm pleased to welcome to the podcast actor director producer Kevin sorbo. You know him for Hercules Andromeda, God's not dead, soul surfer, let there be light. And he's got a whole bunch of projects coming up, which we're gonna talk about Kevin, thanks for joining me. I really appreciate it. You are in Israel. Tell us what you're doing there. I was shooting a documentary, I actually came here about three and a half years ago, I shot a documentary with John Lennox, John Lennox is a retired math professor from Oxford, you know, we as an apologist, he's debated all the great atheists who are like singer and Dawkins and Hitchens and we shot here and it's called against the tie to highly recommend that one. But this time, I'm doing the same type of thing I'm on camera, but I'll be narrating this as well, but it deals with the quest and search for the ark of the covenant. And it's been amazing. I'm working with two gentlemen out here that once worked in an archeological dig right now, which they believe is the site of the Israelites before they lost the Philistines at the site of Shiloh. So they're in an archeological dig in Shiloh right now. And these guys are amazing. I'm really, I'm the audience. I'm the guy that doesn't know most of this stuff, but these guys, I just asked the questions and they just take off. And hopefully it's going to be coming out. Sometime around November. They want to rush and get this thing out there before
Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis
"Bring up we were addressing in the last hour the ridiculous claims by the assistant DA there Krause Jim crows Who would somehow imply that Kyle rittenhouse was under some legal obligation to get into a fistfight with rosenbaum First in a Jedi again I'm not a lawyer that's obvious I wasn't investigated though I'm quite familiar with the law It's absurd It's like suggesting again Ray Lewis or Lennox Lewis or Mike Tyson approaches you in the street and throws up their hands and you're under an obligation to duke it out with him first before you pull a fire That is nowhere in the self defense code The essential component of many of them I don't know every single state law but the essence of it is you a reasonable person would be in fear of an SPI serious physical injury or death Is it not that's like the staple of self defense law in just about every state Absolutely And Wisconsin under waxing and I'm not an attorney in Wisconsin but that appears to be the same standard here And clearly the prosecutors were arguing bad points of law And this is where I think it's interesting that the defense didn't object And now closing arguments opening statements those aren't evidence And so you have to be careful as the defense training You don't want to object too much as if you think they're making a good point that you don't want the jury to hear But if I'm the defense attorney and I've done this before in trials is actually objecting to say wait a second That's a myth characterization of the law And just so we're clear judge would you reiterate And kind of put yourself on the side of the judge Like judge would you be helpful Because this guy is so bad he doesn't even understand that he's articulating the law terribly right now Could you please help the jury out thanks so much and make yourself look like you and the judge you know what you're talking about And that guy is a
Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage
"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our
Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms
"Anyway how do you know that Democrats think they will lose the House majority in the midterm she writes Because they are already crafting the excuse And they have Stacey Abrams who cause lies about her race in Georgia but that's okay She's allowed to deny an election What do you think about that Liz I bet Liz Cheney is no problem at all But about Benny Benny Johnson the chairman of the committee is he concerned about that No not in the least it's Benny Everyone knows Benny Once again Abrams was confident she could be the governor of Georgia and would have been if not for voter suppression of course Then the Senate majority leader such as he is schmuck E Chuck E. Schumer brought S 27 47 also known as the freedom to vote act up for a cloture vote Republicans filibustered the bill unanimously voting against it Because they're obviously all white supremacist who support Jim Crow I want you to listen to this The bill is senator Joe Manchin so called compromise bill to replace the for the people act When you hear it as a compromise bill you may assume Republicans were on board according to Jason sneed executive director the honest elections project mansions only compromises were between the left and the radical left Just like HR one this bill overrides state voter ID requirements Bans election integrity measures for absentee voting makes it harder for states to maintain updated accurate voter registration roles This is the mansion you see the moderate compromise I don't trust this guy mansion I don't trust this guy
The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing
"Hey there folks I'm talking to doctor Hugh Rossi's with reasons to believe my new book is atheism dead in large part owes its existence to friends like heroes and John Lennox and James tour Stephen Meyer and many others. And I wrote it in part to introduce them to you, because the evidence that has been piling up in recent years and decades for a designer for a God is simply astonishing and we need to understand it is astonishing, you should look into it. You should familiarize yourself with it. It is just a wonderful time to be alive when all this stuff comes out. You mentioned that comets are 85% water and that they are replacing the water that naturally evaporates from earth, not much does, but what does is replaced by comets and you're saying it's roughly a one to one ratio? Roughly one to one and keep in mind where we get struck by a lot of miniature comets. So they don't do any damage to us. They come into the atmosphere. They break up and distribute the water quite evenly over the earth. And then we get the asteroids which deliver valuable metals to us. But you're typically taciturn about how amazing this is. I mean, the idea that we lose water, but whoops, it's replaced by these heavenly snowballs that come in at just about the rate we need them to. That just seems crazy. I mean, that's an amazing thing. I don't think I've ever really processed
"lennox" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"Announced so the there's actually a bunch of features it is not just twenty one thousand nine hundred updated logo and splash screen. Like you know there's more to a lot more so we already talked about sixty four bit. We talked about hod reload. I think there's too many things for me to go through So so maybe we. There's a pushes in different areas. One is like cross platform stuff So this is always interesting. If you're like a done at the obviously done net core right on at five rather these days or six because missiles do twenty twenty two. We'll have full support for on at six so cross platform. Wouldn't it be nice if you could run your unit lennox even though you're sitting in windows that'd be kinda cool. That'd be extremely cool that you could do that. And guess what you can night so Or what if you wanna deepak in lennox dot net or if you have a make project like in sleepless plus project and you wanna you wanna basically execute and and.
"lennox" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"And i think it's that business sector where time and money is important. That's going to be a drive for popularizing this movement in desktop lennox. That's excellent marketing. But you didn't answer my question but that's okay mark. What did you wanna say. So if you think the driver is going to be from business to think that that will translate to the enthusiast market yes because i think the enthusiast market is behind the fact that lennox is a multibillion dollar industry and they don't realize they using an operating system that's capable of taking people to the outer reaches of space and landing robots on a on another planet and i think the sooner we grapple with the fact that that's where lennox is best and what is used for unrealized that that isn't running shonky. Shell scripts to install software and running applications in non secure namespace as soon as everyone else catches up with that. Then this predict will will follow. Okay all right. My prediction which is not technology. Based within five years say no even fourteen within five years and we call place for governments to nudge people to go vegan ovarian -tarian. I think there's going to be quite the push in the same way the governments around the world giving incentives to Veterans at your home or two years electric vehicles or to use public transport. Whatever incentives they are veganism will bubble up to that same level and governments will be encouraging people to eat less meat in a more. Pushy way more nudge. E way than they are right now is because of a shortage of lorry-drivers being unable to keep the shelves stocked with mayton. Co two short. She's mean economy packaged properly anymore. No i think is the unsustainability of feeding billions of people with cows. Chicken and pig. Think it's as simple as that. I think they need to find other ways to feed Mankind in the years coming and they will realize that the best way to do that is to stop people eating meat but e protein in other forms which is not animals get killed note for Respect for the animals. That's the driver for this. I don't think but that will be a selling point. That's used. I think the the driver for this will be it's unsustainable for billions of people's eight me right so this is a sustainability argument not a fat tax or eat less sugar opportunity. Well good news. The largest biomass on the planet is Insects so i look forward to our new crunchy diet..
"lennox" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"I'm Steve Lennox. NFL regular season opening up tonight. Tampa, Florida Defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys final minute of the third quarter. This has been an exciting game. Buccaneers right now up 28 26 Dak Prescott just a few moments ago, throwing his third touchdown pass of the game and second to Amari Cooper to get the Cowboys to within two. Tom Ready. Three touchdown passes two picks in the first half. Brady His fourth touchdown pass of the game to Rob Gronkowski. In the third quarter. Prescott has thrown for 331 yards Steelers and T. J Wanna Green on a four year extension, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. The deal for want For 112 million with 80 million and full guarantees from ESPN's Adam Schefter, Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters and running back Gus Edwards bold suffering torn a CEO's of practice on Thursday. Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley earlier on ESPN Radio on Who's up next for the Ravens in the backfield? It's going to be Tyshon Williams and he was one of the practice squad a year ago. They really liked him in training camp, and it's in the preseason ran extremely hard. Every time you heard from players and coaches, they talked about his physicality, but the expectation was Especially a couple weeks ago, he was going to be the number three back behind. JK Darvis discussed efforts and the agent for Devante Freeman, telling ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Ravens have signed Freeman to the team's practice squad. Women's semifinals at the US Open. Leila Fernandez advancing, winning in three sets against Arena Sambal Inca and Fernandez advances to Saturday's final. The second semifinal right now on ESPN TV, Emma right, We're back.
"lennox" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"Weren't there yet. So you have in your chart. Something called an interception. An interception is when you take your first breath at a particular moment in the day and there's like little eight minutes here ten minutes there. Twelve minutes there were. This will happen in the spin of the twenty four hour day where twelve signs twelve houses most of the time. There's an even distribution of signs around the houses but every once in a while you take your first breath and a polarity of opposite. Signs in chart isn't on a house cuss but squeezed in the middle. So you don't have twelve houses ruling twelve signs you. In fact have to signs ruling two houses and the capra corn cancer. Polarity is not ruling any houses. It squeezed in and sweetheart. Capricorn is daddy and cancer is mommy that like. That's a bona fide. Astrological interpretation of those two archetypes and pull pullout polar opposite. it's a masculine and feminine. Energy and cancer is the birther and this is the sign polarity in your chart. That was intercepted. What this implies is that there's going to be a match ration- in the second half of your life of whatever quality is intercepted. So that like i like to call it. It's like cookie dough for the first forty forty two years and then in the second half of the lights starting in the early forties. It becomes cookies now. There are no planets in your chart in cancer or capricorn so the interception didn't create a vast change at forty two. But it does say that since we're talking about parenting and and we know that right. So i can backward interpret into this because we know this about you and because the archetypes fit that that just becoming a parent would be something that would happen later in life than earlier and even though you're fifty well past this interception opening up the delays and struggles. You've been having fit the idea that this energy in your consciousness is it free and open but was delayed a little bit but the house placement killed me because the cancer archetype in your chart is in the spiritual expansion house the ninth house and the capricorn is the third house. The house of ideas thoughts and communication. So that was. That was why. My eyes went buggy. Michael what. I looked at your chart because i well there. It is some aspect of coming into something later. In life that would directly correlate with your sense of the desire to parent and to project is and it it fits onto levels because all of our teaching all of our messaging is is really coming together. Now you could say it is being birthed now and and so all of that coming together at this time period makes sense. Another thing that i'll say to you about twenty twenty one and a little bit twenty twenty as you are also in your chiron return. So that means that kyron. The great healer has coming back to where he was. When you were born and that's gonna kick up a lot of thoughts about childhood and the past and for people who haven't been investigating their childhood wounds. The chiron return can be brutal. But if you have been it's a it's a marker of a moment where you come to full sort of terms with what the wound experience has been for you and so while ah chiron return can't indicate that you you couldn't be a dad before the chiron return and can become a dad after the chiron return we can certainly speak into the notion that there's something that's completing itself inside of your psyche that would allow for more trauma within you to be healed enough so that when you do parent that there's a clean clean clean slate in the inside of your psyche provide..
"lennox" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"And the creator of the daily astra alert and a brand new podcast about all things astrology for twenty twenty one and beyond that puzzle. Talk about what's in the signs for you. What's most important to do right now. And perhaps the one most important thing you do not want to do till twenty twenty two so welcome back to the show michael. The crow the rooster says. Are you ready to shine. Roosters crows and i'm ready great to be here. Michael i love coming on your show. I really really really do so. Thank you for all of these wonderful years of bringing me to talk about my love of so it's interesting we're gonna talk about all things michael lennox as well because you're in this amazing location this amazing recording space and so maybe the year hasn't kicked your but quite as much as everybody else's maybe though i would say not at all in fact i'm one of the rare few where twenty twenty and twenty twenty. One has been very very good to me partly. i think because i'm here to serve. I'm here to teach. And i'm here to help people navigate the unconscious at which is bumpy as all. Get out right. And i've been doing that for twenty five years but when last year rolled in everything went crazy. I was so prepared. With knowing who i am and what i do and the world needed that so badly and that i had done enough of my own trauma healing that i wasn't traumatized in the way that i might have been had a pandemic happened. Tanner fifteen years ago..
"lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"So it's not at all unusual for them not to run well on systems. That only have for instance. I bet two gigs aram. Maybe one gig right. Yeah yeah yeah so but there are versions of open to that are designed for smaller machines for lighter machines there's x. oberlin to which is And there's even smaller ones. There's like a small dog clinics There's there are a number of these that are designed for lower and slower machines. Vague lennox lends itself to this because It's actually puppy lennox. sorry. I don't think there's a small dog puppy. Lennox is a lightweight lennox Just some having my mind. Turn puppy in his small dog There are a number because lennox is so configuring. It's pretty easy to find lennox. What i would do. That will fit on that network. I would go. You can go to destroy watch. Dis tiara. Watch dot org. These are called distributions of lennox and lenox. Which is a free and widely variable open source operating system. Kernel can be modified to run on very lightweight hardware even embedded systems and so forth. And then what's on top of it is what makes it a distribution and And you know you can. You can design a distribution for small puppy. Lennox for instance fits on three hundred megabytes. So it's very small. But i would look for something that's going to most of these by the way are based on a boon to just spins of open to I think there's one called. I don't wanna say it out loud. I think darned small lennox except it's not darn and I never know what they. Fcc let me do. We'll just call a dsl for short that's also designed to be on a small thing as little as sixteen megs of ram. So you've got a gig so you're going to be fine You might th the idea of some of darned small nicks is. It'll fit on a little usb key. You can run it from that. That's one thing you might want to try to get. Get these on the usb if that net buckled boot to usb boot to. It's too yeah. Yeah you could do that so a lot of these would have to. They call them live distributions where you can booted up to the usb drive. It won't be as fast. Obviously but you can least see if everything works a screen mostly looking for the screen keyboard and track pad to work and if that works then you can run the installer in the same. You know boot and And install it and it's worth trying. Because yes i would. I would take a look at damn soap. Darned small lennox loops and And i would end the puppy lennox. These are an excellent to These are all designed for lightweight machines. I would think i think dsl. Probably the smallest. I i know of out there. It's really tiny..
Forbes' Alison Durkee Tries Spinning 'American Marxism' Success
"That she would comment on that? This book has had Several hundreds of thousands of pre order self. Isn't that the the story, Mr Producer But she doesn't say a word about the story. Not a word about you. American Marxism, running a spot on the Amazon chart before its official release appears to be rare. The book is one of only two on the Amazon notification charts who sells are based on preorders alone, along with Michael Pollen's This Is your Mind on plants? I don't know what the hell that looks about. The Vince book won't appear on The New York Times list or other book lists until next week, since with the exception of Amazon preorders are typically reported as part of a books. First Week. Sales and books do not appear on the bestseller list until the official release fine. Here we go. The waters and Lavin's books and their critical takes on the left. May soon be overtaken by books that instead look at the right with a critical eye. Michael Wolff's landslide the final days of the Trump presidency, and Carol Enoch and filled Rutgers, I alone can fix it. Donald J. Trump's catastrophic final year. Which featured politically damaging looks at the end of the Trump presidency are now ranked by Waters Book on Amazon's top 100 books Ranking, which is updated hourly. As of Thursday afternoon, Lennox and Rockers book was ranked number one on Amazon's list ahead of its official release on January. 20 and Wolff's book, which was released on Tuesday, was ranked number three. Levin's book was now number two on the list, while waters have dropped the number five
Columbus Blue Jackets Goalie Matiss Kivlenieks, Dies in Fireworks Accident
"Are investigating the freak fireworks death of an NHL goalie Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Matisse Kiev. Lennox was at a party in Michigan Sunday when he was hit in the chest. The powerful firework. Police say he was in a hot tub when the mortar style firework tilted slightly and hit him in the
Working in Partnership With Law Enforcement, ESET Cybercrime Investigations
"Thank you alexis for joining us in the podcast today. Thanks for having me. Yeah so alexis. Is your team. Had been working really hard with law enforcement in the past few years. Many years like the fbi department of justice and even europol and also singapore law enforcement in many cases. And i thought we could take a look at two of them today and gemeda and operation indigo and i understand that. Both of these are botnets operated by cybercriminals and for our listeners. Who may not be too familiar with these now web. Could you give a brief introduction and also what brought your teen's attention to these malware. Those are two different cases that awfully. I'll i'll be able to explain how they differed in terms of operations and also how it differed when we were working to tackle those two threats so andromeda. It's not one button it actually. It was multiple button. It's because andromeda was a malware that was available for sale in underground forums. So anybody could go and grab a copy of the malware and build its own button. Int- andromeda was had a few built in features a was mostly successful at stealing various credentials capturing key strokes and it was also used to download additional malware in deploy them on the infected machines and operation. Wendy go we believe it was over rated by one single group It was a very large button. Net targeting lennox servers exclusively and the goal was very different. It was basically to steal credentials. Steel s. h. credentials to expand dot net and then to make money off online advertising
Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Dominate Atlanta in Game 2 to Even Series
"Steve Lennox. Eastern Conference finals now tied at one series, most to Atlanta for Game three on Sunday. Bucks tonight at home, Blew the game open in the second quarter bucks one on a 22. Oh, run. End up beating the Hawks won 25 91 Yana 17 in the first half 25 for the game. Trae Young, Just 15 points in the Laos for Atlanta. Game
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"Him. Community news and events. And i stop in the community news allen. Techcrunch are reporting that gene laying have gained ten million in recent financing round and for those not aware. Jingling is a company that are making a lennox tablet. Gas is a startup. they've they've had a crowd funder recently where they didn't ask for a lot of money than any loss for twelve grand fourteen grand uk and they got forty six grand. Which isn't actually a tremendous amount when you think about. How a tablet often these tablets get a lot more funding but maybe people are shy about these things now will they didn't promote very well and but yeah they've had injection of cash and there's been a few articles
Flutter: Native Web and Mobile App Development With Allen Wyma
"Alan welcome to the show. Thank you for him for me. You are a flutter expert you have a podcast flying high with flutter and i'd like to explore flutter in this episode. it's been a while since we did a show about flutter. Tell me about how flutter has advanced in the last couple of years so using flooded for a long time. Maybe just a little bit over here. I would say that it's really advanced in terms of the amount of it supports. So it's kind of funny. When originally came out it was actually for web then. They kind of backed away from web and they went straight into android and ios and then they actually became full circle. Went back to going to adding now a web support so one of the things actually just came out recently as at web is now production quality or say so. It's pretty big so now you can build your app for for android and web all in production quality but now they're just added in the support for desktop. So that's windows mac and lennox with version. Two point oh and actually version two point two just got released a couple days ago as of this recording date and looks like they actually add in another couple of more platforms which is really surprising and i think it's quite big to add in so many platforms at once and so that's Uwb which i believe is windows ten and also xbox and i believe they're going to be trying to add support for kaizen in where west something like that so it seems like they're just keep kind of branching out the more platforms so that's quite amazing thing.
Flutter: Native Web and Mobile App Development With Allen Wyma
"Alan welcome to the show. Thank you for him for me. You are a flutter expert you have a podcast flying high with flutter and i'd like to explore flutter in this episode. it's been a while since we did a show about flutter. Tell me about how flutter has advanced in the last couple of years so using flooded for a long time. Maybe just a little bit over here. I would say that it's really advanced in terms of the amount of it supports. So it's kind of funny. When originally came out it was actually for web then. They kind of backed away from web and they went straight into the us and then they actually became full. Circle went back to going to adding now a web support so one of the things actually just came out recently as at web is now production quality or say so. It's pretty big. So now you can build your app for android and web all in production quality but now they're just added in the support for desktop. So that's windows. Mac and lennox version two point. Oh and actually version two point two just got released a couple days ago as of this recording date and looks like they actually add in another couple of more platforms which is really surprising. And i think it's quite big to add in so many platforms at once and so that's Uwb which i believe is windows ten and also xbox and i believe they're going to be trying to add support for kaizen and where west something like that
Newly Discovered Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Called FragAttacks Place Mobile Devices at Risk
"Attackers always look for ways to evade detection of their malware are increasingly turning to what's called phyliss methods it's done by having the malware execute in a computer's memory that avoids files which can be spotted by antivirus systems. The latest example has been discovered by a security company called anomaly. It's as a threat. Group is using a free microsoft software development application called m. s build to plant a remote access tool on victims system and then it installs malware that steals passwords. Al isn't known yet how systems were initially compromised but typically gets done by tricking a person into using a legitimate looking but hacked application information. Security professionals are warrant to educate employees about proper sabir security procedures when handling emails with attachments and not downloading unapproved software. Wi fi has been in use since nineteen ninety-seven well. That's how long several design flaws have been sitting in routers smartphones and other devices. according to a researcher. He dubs them frag attack. If an adversary is near victim using wifi they could steal data or their device. A fortunately these flaws are hard to abuse unless there have been programming mistakes in wi fi products. Thanks to the researchers tip in the past few months security updates have been quietly added to products including windows most mobile devices like smartphones and tablets would be patched through their operating systems patches for lennox will be available soon.
Open Source: More Dominant Than You Think
"Google's android is the most popular mobile operating system powering about eighty four percent of smartphones worldwide. What's notable isn't this. Large market share its android operating system. Android is based on lenox and open source operating system developed and maintained by more than fifteen thousand global programmers. In this episode. I will dive deep into open source software and what it means to have. Fifteen thousand programmers collaborate on code in this episode. We'll cover open source basics advantages and disadvantages of open-source the origins of open source and the current and future open source market open source is often associated with the word free and yes it is free the not the way. Many people think over source isn't free in the sense that it doesn't cost anything. Companies can charge for open source systems. And they do open source is free in the sense. You can freely modify share or enhance open source software. A common phrase used reference to open source. Software is free free speech. Not free. isn't free beer simply open source. Software is software. That is licensed in a way that allows people to freely use study modify industry the software. He's open source. Licenses differ greatly from proprietary software. Licenses were the original owner can copy. Alter or distribute the software commonly known open source softwares are lennox the most used and perhaps best known open source operating system has operating system. Lennox sits underneath the rest of the computer software. Docker is an open source tool to create deploy and run applications with containers. Since it is open source anyone can modify docker to fit. Their unique needs. Gubernatorial originally created by. Google is an open source container management tool wordpress though not often acknowledged as open source. Software is perhaps one of the biggest open source success stories wordpress open source. Software powers nearly forty percent of all active websites. The reach of open source doesn't end here. A synopsis report conned about ninety eight percent of the surveyed code bases contained open source code.
Cluster of Earthquakes Shakes Los Angeles
"A series of earthquakes woke up many in the lawsuit. Angeles area this morning, but KCBS TV s Leslie Martin tells us no official reports of damage so far. Syriza of earthquakes rock to Lennox this morning Now the latest A magnitude 4.1 quake happened right around 4 45 this morning the first one we know hit right around 4 15, a magnitude 3.3. Was then followed by a 2.5 quake in that same area right now, l a county fire says they have not received any reports of any damage he killed Kitty. Each of those quakes reportedly came in from the death of about 12 ft, which classifies it as a shallow earthquake. And those of the kind that typically result in were intense shaking at the
Deepfakes, Shallowfakes And Cheapfakes
"Thought we kick off with talking about what is deepfake. Which is kind of i think. Like an urban slang and then there's also and also other terms turnaround like faceswap face reenactment. Fake shallow. what. These are fake. That's the fun of modern existing striped different. Domes created different people so the term deepfake probably has caught on the most. Because kinda for interesting phrase when i was coined but sort of set of pranksters created those images video. They were to kind of fun stewart. One was that. Hey this is a fake image using deep learning. What is deep learning deep. Learning is the name given to one approach to machine learning which uses neural networks and unit. Networks have been around for many decades. They were around when i was a graduate student and we used to laugh at them saying they can really don't do anything interesting. But typically they were redressed and then folks who worked on them kept persisting and the reached a point where we had enough computing capability to create new lennox that had many layers so typically neural network was You input some rector and then they're izzo middle input layers middle layer output layer and These neurons which mimic how the new ron's and the brain are connected. And based on the inputs these all the connections have some weights since some output values created and based on outward value. They will say yes. Some note right so for example simplest examples in those early days was if i give you say the temperature the pressure Whether it's cloudy unawed a tier four features input. I want you to be. I want a new leads to predict whether it'll rain or not. If the number outputs to say less than treasured say ask you say no rain if it's about the assay rain
CompTIA Security+ SY0601 update. Everything you need to know
"We are excited to have patrick lane today. Patrick is the director of products at compton. And we've done a few webinars with him in the past he always does a great job providing us updates on come tears certifications so excited to have you back patrick A little bit about his background. He directs the it workforce skills certifications come to you including security plus pen test plus c y plus and casper plus he assisted the us national cyber security alliance also known as the ncsa to create the lockdown. You're logging campaign to promote multi factor. Authentication nationwide us also implemented a wide variety of it projects including an internet and help desk for eleven thousand end users. Patrick is an armed forces. Communications electronics association lifetime member born and raised on us military bases and has authored and co authored multiple books including hack proofing lennox a guide to open source security so a fantastic guests with us today. I'm excited to pass it off to patrick here in just a moment after we review the agenda so today we will touch on what is security plus Patrick talk about the baseline cybersecurity skills. The job roles and growth indicators. We'll talk about the differences between s wise zero six zero one versus the five. Oh one and kind of some of the updates. There will talk about the exam details and then as mentioned i will pass it off to patrick for questions. So feel free to submit those questions using the qna panel At anytime so with that I'm going to go ahead and give give the control over to patrick here to get us started. Thank you everyone. My name is patrick lane. And as thank you for introducing me. I'm the product manager for competition cybersecurity certifications as a director. I work a lot with the industry and within comp tia in to ensure that our exams are meeting the needs of the industry security plus as one of our largest certifications of all comp. Tia in fact. It's our number one certification and so one of the reasons why people are coming to security plus is because of the skills that it offers and the fact that employers are hiring people who have security plus social security plus will help you get a job in it and cybersecurity so when we look at the certification we have to remember that security plus as an entry level certification exam it was released in two thousand two and it's updated every three years it assesses the baseline or core technical skills required to secure networks software hardware devices essentially it teaches you the basics to securing anything that's attached to a network or the internet. It's a broad range of cybersecurity skills as you can imagine. A any skills are used for high performance on the job so people are coming to take security plus because it proves that they can do the job and employers will know that they could get the job done so the it certification in general is very valuable also security plus appears nearly ten percent of all job ads in the united states and right now sixteen percent of the entire workforce has security plus and we have millions of people who have taken our commttiee exams around the globe. In the last three years. There have been a lot of changes in cybersecurity. Probably all aware of the industry continues to grow their continued to be more jobs available. There continued to be not enough people to fill those jobs and in fact in some cases employers are looking to icy certifications employers are looking to it certifications in lieu of a college degree. Four jobs. That are hard to hire for. They would rather hire someone with the bachelor degree and assert if they could but in this day and age or enough phenomenal time of human history.
Intel's Anti-Mac Ad Campaign Highlights M1 Shortcomings
"So i'm not sure intel's taking the whole apple silicon thing well. The piece from macrumors says the chip maker is running an nt mac ad campaign. While the headline says it's highlighting the shortcomings of apple's am one that telling doesn't seem one hundred percent accurate according to the report one of the ads posted to twitter this week. Bus out intel's power in the gaming space in that ad piece as intel mentions rocket league a game. That is not available on apple's platform. Is that a shortcoming of the m one more like victim of a business decision in january of twenty twenty rocket league announced that it would be ending support for the mac and lennox according to the website. Big tech question. That was the decision made by epic games which was rocket league's new owner. This time last year the other ad mentioned in the piece would seem to have even less to do with the m one. According to the report an ad from last week highlighted by nine to five. Mac points out the lack of a touch screen on apple. Macs only offers tablet mode touchscreen and stylus capabilities and the single device reads. Intel's tweet
"lennox" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Steve Lennox. Feelers and Bangles. Third quarter underway in Cincinnati Bengals opened up the third quarter with the ball. They're pumping it away for the Steelers Bangles right now. Lead 17 nothing stealers. Red Bull in the first half five punch three turnovers, Bangles points on the board after all three Pittsburgh turnover. Steelers managing just two first downs in the first half, then Rafa's burger with seven of 16. 19 yards. He had an interception and a lost fumble again. Third quarter underway in Cincinnati on ESPN TV The family of Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene confirming today green dying Monday. At the age of 58. No Cause of death was given. Green was inducted into the Hall of Fame and Canton, Ohio, in 2016 years, third all time with 160 career sex. Jalen Hurts, will continue as a starting quarterback for the Eagles head coach Doug Peterson made the announcement earlier today, ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky Carson Wentz won't take another snap for the Philadelphia Eagles ever again. He can't and he shouldn't. This'd is gonna be a divorce. It's going to be pricing and it's gonna be impactful. Time's running back. Pam Akers is going to miss Sunday's game against Seattle because of a high ankle sprain. Army replaces Tennessee and the Black Knights will play West Virginia and the AutoZone Liberty ball. That game scheduled take place on December 31st NBA regular season underway Tuesday night, Steve Kerr said today. Draymond Green is not gonna be able to go the way of season opener Tuesday night against the Nets in Brooklyn. Coming up on Keyshawn J. Woman, Zubin. It's Tuesday and that means NFL power rankings. Have the bills move their way into the top two. And what a F C SOUTH team isn't getting enough Love Keyshawn Jalen Zubin Tuesday.
"lennox" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier
"To incredibly accomplished wonderfully imaginative guests to help us unlock at the possibility for new planetary futures. I i like to introduce to you. Reverend lennox yearwood junior who is the president and founder of the hip hop caucus. A minister community activists. Us air force veterans and one of the most influential people in hip hop political life after hurricane katrina in two thousand five. He established the award winning gulf coast renewal campaign where he led a coalition of national and grassroots organizations to advocate for the rights of katrina survivors. In two thousand eight. He led the hip hop cop his launch of respect my vote a campaign in coalition that works with hip hop artists to engage young people in the electoral process as a national leader in pacemaker. Pacemaker within the green movement. He works to bridge the gap between communities of color and environmental advocacy. He is a leader in campaigns calling for investment from fossil fuels coal causing climate change increasing diversity and the climate movement ensuring everyone has clean water and air in international efforts to address climate. Change in two thousand eighteen. He helped launch. Think one hundred percent. Hip hop caucuses award-winning climate communications and activism platform. And as i learned last week he might actually count as an honorary mainers since both of his kids play hockey up here in maine as well. Welcome to this conversation. And could you share with us. Why you're excited to have bill as your conversation partner today. Thank you for having me and yes. I haven't honore manner for sure. One only one place hockey one displays video game. The other one of the bill is my dearest closest friend in the movement I love bill ensue. And his entire family and we have become close over the past more than a decade And so it's just an honor to be with him And we become serious about this movement on this glad to share the space with them at this time. So let me introduce reverend. Your words conversation partner bill mckibben who is founder and senior advisor. Emeritus of three fifty dot org is.
"lennox" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Steve Lennox. The Celtics and Raptor at the happen Game one of their Eastern Conference semifinal series. Celtics up 59 42. Celtics four players in double figures, Kevin Walker leading the way. With a team high 12 3rd quarter about to get underway and started on ESPN. TV, Mavericks and Clippers follow with Game six of their first round playoff series on ESPN TV Luke Advantage. Listed as questionable with an ankle sprain. Will play N Ba Countdown on ESPN Radio affiliate starts in 30 minutes. Former N ba player Adonal Foyle today on Sunday morning here on ESPN Radio. Asked about what he found a player's taking their stance this week. I was so very proud of all players. I mean, I think that If you look at the art of everything that goes on, I've been part of a group of play all the players that used to be very active politically. And that has been seen. I think sometimes as a negative, you know, so we've been having questions years ago over whether or not athlete the role model, but what you see now is that this generation of guise of very much have the kind of the tentacles in the communities and they're very aware of what's going on. In society. Former NBA player and co founder of Democracy Matters of Donald Boyle today on ESPN Radio Sunday morning, Tiger Woods final round 1/71 finishes at 11 over at the BMW Championship Tiger over par on all four rounds of a PJ E. J. Tura. Then for the first time since 2010, the leader's Dustin Johnson and headache, a man Sayama scheduled tee off in about 25 minutes. Both are at one under the only two players currently under par for the tournament. Sunday night Baseball on ESPN Radio, the Atlanta Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies today at six Eastern on ESPN Radio and on ESPN, presented by co Johnson, J. Williams and Suban Magenta you need at the best seat in the house. Listen to these guys Tell us about the most pressurized moments in sports. John J. Will in Subic tomorrow morning at six Eastern on ESPN radio. Go back to Game day on ESPN Radio and on the ESPN APP. I am shaped Cornett, joined by Jordan corn at my husband. Check out ESPN Audio.
"lennox" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"On macaroni. When meaning score. I think they short circuit when reading the word lennox since they never respond to my emails. Have you experienced with this. And this is an area to focus to provide better support for kids. Education software is one of those tricky places like schools. Often don't have a might experience people who had technical enough that could choose something that works on other platforms oil. They just don't care enough about something. Because one of the dominant player here and everyone has windows at some point. And that's changed a lot with chrome os and people doing stuff in a web browser. And he's also changed with ipads and doing stuff on touch based interfaces. But i i think. Part of the problem is the software is just not available. You know a lot of a lot of educational software was made for windows and a lot of those people are moving to the web so that it can be used and they can enforce subscription licenses and still get paid you know after. They made the software originally and also people moving to touch base interface for the ipad. Because there isn't a ton of lennox workstations in schools. There's no market for those educational software vendors to make software for lennox is a chicken and the egg problem for the we saw with games. And we've seen with other software on the next yeah. It would be great for people to bootstrap more educational software online. But i don't know about this specific east case but in general that's why didn't find. Yeah rounds up all of your wonderful feedback and.
"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
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"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"What is ethical and what isn't with regard to AI? And let me start before we get into some of the scriptures on this John, I in our last segment here, I just want to ask you one key question here. Why have all the attempts to build a godless utopia failed? and. Why have they actually created dystopia? Well because they tried to bypass morality. They have no solution to the sin question. Therefore they end up by creating the worst criminals the world has ever seen. And until we take that on board, we always going to go the same way, and as we look through history, the idea of humans coming God's, it's not new at happened in the time of ancient Babylon. Happened in the Roman Empire where they Caesar's. Behave like gods, and it has happened at relatively modern times, Ceausescu who had himself worship does a golden. Some of the world leaders have had him some to the all this kind of thing. It's still endemic that human pride that reaching for the heavens, like like the Tower of Babel, and if you simply base life technology and what we found A. Bypass tried to bypass any moral issues then of course. You're building on time. And the and the whole of has comes crumbling down, but it usually crushes millions of people as a topples. Let's talk about that. The last segment of your book here Dr Lennox last few chapters. You really bring in a lot of scripture to bear on this. Agi question and one thing you may. You mentioned you write that in his prophecy, Daniel shows us. That the attempt to eliminate God will eventually lead not to freedom, but to intense oppression. What prophecy are you referring to? And this comes from page to nineteen of your book. Well, what I'm thinking about here is the fact that scripture very interestingly does come up with scenarios off the future. And Daniel and the book of revelation of the Book of Thesselonians are related to one another I would take a very long time to go into details, but if we focus on the title of Harare's book humbled Deos then we see that in the plane straightforward text of pulls Thesselonians, he talks about the future. And he says there will arise a man of lawlessness who is worshiped as God now. That's very much a scenario that one can recognize because and what I tried to do in the book. If I explained that I think your listeners will understand what we're doing. Max Tag Mark is a very well known physicist, and he has written a book, and which he sets up the possible scenarios. Of developing a super intelligence, some of them are benevolent as Super Intelligent. That loves human beings. There's controlled by them and gives them a wonderful future. Other Hummel Dale, says super intelligence are the exact opposite, their tyrannical, some of them Cape, a few humans around us pets and destroy the rest are others of them, simply destroy human beings as absolutely useless and my main argument. Is this as the say, look? If serious thinkers are today, taking take marks for example scenario seriously. I would like to suggest that we have another look at the scenario that we re really discuss which is introduced step by step in the Bible, because the Bible warns us in the Book of Daniel and it's got very interesting imagery. We're talking here by Homo Dale. The man who has gone but Daniel Pictures Empires and world leaders. Under the imagery of wild based some of them last while the mothers, but while base and talks about various of these base that arise in the future, and the book of revelation picks up that kind of imagery, the particular references revelation, twelve thirteen, and a talks about a horrific based, was seven heads and ten horns that's given immense power and universal authority by the devil, and that based the comes a blasphemous object of worship for the entire world now if you look at. It signs almost incredible, but the world is being prepared for it because we've had similar things in the past as I've said but they Babylonian emperors with the CAESARS and with some leaders in modern times, and the fascinating thing to me. Is that in the second letter? To the Thesselonians Paul it only been in the center of Thessalonica for three weeks. And, he told people there about the fact that the central Christian hope is that Jesus Christ would return this world. Cup thank. It can crucify the son of God and of heard the last of him. He's going to come back, but that would be accompanied by certain things on earth, and in particular, the rise of an immensely powerful leader, a man of lawlessness in the sense of spiritual lawlessness, rigorous civil law of course but. Blaspheming God and the whole world, worshiping it sitting in the temple, so to speak, and allowing himself to be worshiped, and so what you have an imagery in the book of revelation, you have an actual reality in Paul's letters, and it's very important to say this that many Christians when they read these kinds of things in revelation say are, but this is just metaphor, but just a moment. It's not a question of just metaphor. The 'cause matter I C S Lewis points out. Is always used to stand for something real. Base in the book of revelation stand for something real, and in fact we're told explicitly what the reality is. It's a human being so what we get. Is this pretty grim scenario where a human being claims to be God, and allows itself to be worshiped. This is man becoming God. And of course, the answer to that I want to explain is that Christianity says the exact opposite, and says that God has become man in Jesus Christ to give us the hope. Through trusting him of the Kobe, his children, entering his family, and receiving eternal life, and therefore the Conquest of death, the Harari talks bite has already been achieved. Put it this way. There is a super intelligent Cuban in. Existence. His name is Jesus Christ and he has overcome death. And so dense has already been overcome. These transhumance people are just too late and they've got the wrong solution. It's amazing John. I love that insight that you just gave that. Men want to become God but God actually condescends to become a man. To save us. And that is a wonderful insight, and it's in the Book Twenty, Four Ladies and gentlemen that's why you need to get the book. John we just have a few minutes to go, but I do want to ask you this. How much you think Agi could possibly be. Have something to do with the beast, the image of the beast is that possible because you seem to have mentioned that a little bit in the book. I mentioned so they'll people come think about it because it appears the what revelation says I'm not claiming. I understand at all, but. You get. An image that is made off the based so that the image of the based and I'm quoting now it might even speak and might cause those who would not worship the image of the base to be slain. And, also, at causes all both small and great both rich and poor both free and slave to be marked on the right hand of the forehead, so that no one can by ourselves, unless he has the mark that is the name of the base of the number of its name. Now the chilling thing about that is already saying this they control. That will be held over people whether they. Have a recognition of our is our something else. 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"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"My guest is Dr John Lennox from Oxford University author of many wonderful books, and by the way on a lot of video on his youtube channel or his website John Lennox Dot Org. He's also been on. Video recently with Justin Brierley's unbelievable. Some of that video you can see on our website. Our facebook page cross examined Dot Org, and if you do a search on Youtube for Dr John Lennox you'll find many wonderful presentations that he's done debates, he said with people like Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins and Lawrence, Krauss and many others today. We're talking about a I artificial intelligence. And his new book twenty, eighty four, and by the way John I thought I heard. You say that it was actually a debate opponent Peter Atkins that gave you that title. Is that true? It is absolutely true that we were going to debate on opposite sides of the God question. We discussed what we were writing. When I told him what I was writing, he said I've got a great title for you. I have used it the knowledge of the book. Yes. Yes, it's a great title twenty four, for those of you that have no about nineteen eighty-four, which is about where we are in America anyway here maybe the K. as well. We're big. Government is everywhere in fact John a part of a I is government or just their surveillance state, which you write in the Book Twenty Eighty Four. That's already happening in China, isn't it? Well! It's happening everywhere. The whole question here is the AI. Systems are facial recognition technologies, and you can say a plus side to those police could recognize terrorists or criminals in a crowd, and so on, but the problem is that they're make these surveillance technologies, which are neither coming very advanced can be used to control an entire population, and it would appear that that's happening and sing young and China among the the weaker. and. They are being monitored to such an extent it's it's practically unbelievable and as a result if you step out of line. Deviate from the norms that are set by the state. You Find Yourself in a reeducation camp. And losing your culture, maybe even your language as well and there was a chilling Article Time magazine about this that I refer to the book. And the Chinese writers said at the end that the West needs to look because all the technologies that are being used and China are available in the West. The only difference is they haven't yet. All been brought under the control of a totalitarian central government, but they're all there, and it was very interesting to me that the very next day after reading this I, heard a senior police officer in our country. Saying that's exactly what we need. So this creates vast ethical problems. There are similar surveillance problems which may not always be video although they may who knows? Arising from our smartphones, because they are trackers, and here we are millions of us, if not billions wearing these things voluntarily and giving a vast amount of information, which becomes they I database, and you will know this. If you buy a book on Amazon few days later, you may get a pup saying people that that book will buy this book. But what we don't realize is that there's out what? Ju- ball. WHO's an expert from mit called surveillance capitalism? All the extra information that these things are harvesting. They may be listening to what you say the May. Even be watching you all your purchases, your habits, the people you meet, and so on this information is being sold on without your permission. This is a very serious infringement of individual rights and privacy and so. Even the narrow AI systems. If I put I'm talking at the moment that work that actually worked nive. They're not futuristic. They're working. Even though it was the book nine, thousand, nine, hundred and four, the predicted them big brother is watching you and we need to think about the ethics and frank the problem is that technology. Expands and develops far more rapidly than ethical considerations Do, and that's why a number of people serious people are worried by the direction of this is taking. Even some atheists are worried about it as certainly alerts, the ethical considerations are not confined to any group. Although you do write in the book that there are many atheists behind. What are their goals John? I hear I, read you talking about. Some of them think they can abolished debt. That debt is just a technical problem. That's one of the things what are some other goals that they want to accomplish. Turning to the artificial general intelligence. What's called the Trans Humanist Program. And the big name and writing about this is not a technology person a toll. He's a historian. Yuval Harambee from Israel and he's written two bestselling books. sapiens Homo deals and sappy ends is essentially a by the past. And Homo Deos its name means the God man or the man who is God is talking about they trans humanist project. What is project well as you say firstly? Harari believes death is not simply a technical problem, and we get very soon of technical solution. which will mean that allow, you can die. You won't have to die, so that's the first thing. The second what he calls Agenda Item for the twenty first century, is to enhance human happiness by bio-genetic engineering by drugs by implants and moving up towards making God's out of human spelt with a small G.. He says we passed the animal stage. Now we got minds, and we can take the future into our hands, and that could involve of course germline engineering where a group of scientists would alter the basic genetic program of all generations to come, and that concerns me greatly C.. S. Lewis sort in the nineteen forties, the danger of that and he made the chilling point that I've ever that happened what? The beings that will exist not be human. They will be artifacts created by a bunch of scientists. There for he says that the final triumph of science will be the abolition of man, and that's where I think it's very important that the Christian voices heard as to what humans really are made in the image of Gulbuddin John Date as atheists and many of them are atheists as you mentioned, although not all of them..
"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"And. It seems like you're. You're coming out with a new book. Couple of months I mean. We did a hope. One livestream a couple of months ago on. In the coronavirus world, and now you've got this book on A. Why did you decide to write a book on Ai? Artificial intelligence. There were a number of reasons for doing that. The first is. I've always been for many years interested. In two big questions, the first is the status of the universe, and the second is the status of human life. And anyone who knows anything about? Artificial intelligence will realize that increasingly. People are talking about not simply narrow. which we can go into a minute, but artificial general intelligence that is the quest for superintendence, and one of the factors not is called Trans. Humanism Z. King to. Actually modify human beings or Create some kind of life on silicon and move towards a super intelligence, and so that raises a very big question of what is a human being who are way, and because I have a Christian man very interested what Genesis says about this. My ears go up when I hear various people particularly Newel Harari. WHO SOLD BOOKS IN MILLIONS? Homo Diaz about this topic, but I got into directly because I was asked to give a talk to some leaders. A bite the subject that its relation to our concept of who we are, and when I started working not I realized that. This deserve very close attention, and so he got down to write a book. This is the product. Well, it is a wonderful book. Just finished it this morning and you cover a. A great. Swath, of information mean you're talking about what other people are saying about a and then you're also talking about. What it looks like from the Biblical perspective and where we're heading in the future, I mean you get into the book of Daniel, the book, revelation, a first and second the second Thesselonians. First Corinthians you're using all these scriptures to point out where we're going, but let's start at square one if we can Dr Lennox and that is, how would you define artificial intelligence? What is it? Whether two kinds, there's what's called narrow a I and then a G.. I. Artificial General Intelligence Not only is easy to describe at one sense it consists of a powerful computer, a very large database and a program that is able to recognize certain chosen patterns. Let me give you an example. Let's suppose that we are interested in diseases of the lung. And we take a million xrays of people with different lung diseases. We get the top medics in the world to label the million xrays with the correct diseases that they depict. And that's our database now. And then I have something. Roland my lungs. They take an x ray of May. and. It's fed into the system and the program is so sad up that it will outgrowth Mickley compare my X. Ray with the million in the database, not choose the nearest one, and it will let a few seconds gave a diagnosis saying that Lennox probably has such and such disease. Now this is already up and running in many different areas in tooting x rays, and it's running successfully and other words the diagnosis that the AI system. Is increasingly better than the best doctors could give you, and of course, this is going to be an enormously helpful tool because. Every hospital has got access to people of top quality in all these fields, but they can use an AI system to do that, so that's. A very good example of is so let's step back from that and ask what that is actually well. As a system that does the one and only one thing. That normally would take a human intelligence today. But the system is not that self intelligent. That's why it's called artificial intelligence. It only looks intelligent. There is intelligence behind it. That is the intelligence of the engineers who designed the system of the programmers who wrote the program of the doctors who made the diagnoses so artificial intelligence is not intelligence, and that's a problem of course, because once used the word intelligent of a system or a robot. Then people begin to think what it actually is intelligent, but it isn't. Well you talk a little bit well, not a little bit quite a bit about consciousness in the book twenty eighty four. What is consciousness and Are there. People actually think machine can become conscience. Well this is moving onto artificial general intelligence, and here the Trans. Humanist agenda is to try to create a super intelligence either by enhancing existing human beings through bioengineering drugs, and all the rest of it, or by creating some kind of artificial life, not based on organic material base possibly in silicon, and hence we hear talk of uploading human brains onto silicon differ. Conquering the the big problem of death now they're the question that you've asked is well. Is such a thing likely to be conscious? My response to that is to face your other question, which is what is consciousness? And the answer to that is that nobody has the faintest idea what consciousness. Just have to just to think about it though yeah away. But the point is this is the biggest barrier in the face of all. This hyped up technology that we're go to make conscious robots, and all the rest of it until someone tells me exactly what consciousnesses and how you reproduce it I'm going to be extremely skeptical of Dhaka gender. We just don't know, but then of course people will say well. Perhaps we can simulate conscious in other words. We can get a system to behave as if.
"lennox" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast
"Agenda fact that it breaks away from proprietary and that? That anyone who wants to participate or knows how to participate I should say can participate can add to the conversation. It allows for diversity. You don't have to be hired by a company to go. Make something for Lennox. I think one of the only hold outs is not many people won't to devote time for something for which they're not gonNA receive compensation. That's true in the past. It was seen as a way. Way To get your foot in the door or something to put on your resume just to get some recognition or status or some experience. One thing that I think it does get right that being Lennox is it just seems to run so fast on older hardware? It has never slowed down over time windows. A of that has to do with what desktop software you're using. If you're trying to something like gnome or Genome Guinot. Then! You're going to have a bad time on older hardware, but if you go run something like except c e then that's going to run really well on hardware I think the fact that you have multiple desktops to choose from, and you can on any addition are destroyed links that you download like you said helps bring older hardware up to a modern. Where you can get things like puppy Lennox, which will run on hardware fifteen years old and you have a new up to date code base new up to date browser. It may not do very many things well, but at least you can go browse a couple web pages every once in a while and be safe. That is true and and one thing that it's great, but. It sucks addy sometime. I'm going to be honest like all of these operating systems. It's a love hate thing. There's ten many things that drives me insane about Mac Os and also windows same thing with with in one of the things that drives me insane is all these software packages that go across each flavor of Linda..
"lennox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The weekend but you'd love to hear some of the music there is this Spotify playlist with seventy nine tracks from the event including the rolling stones intrepid Shelly belly Irish Lizzo and the mother daughter duo Annie Lennox and her daughter Lola performing one of Anne's hit songs it was just so beautiful it was hard to pick out a seventy nine tracks so we went with this one because it's just really pretty and a mom and a daughter so today's beautiful and good vibes are from any analytics has any in Lowell Lennix with today's good vibes what's more trees helping you get through these difficult times Kevin young poetry editor at The New Yorker and the director of the Schomburg center for research in black culture tells us what he's reading and share some of his own work that's coming up right after the birth.
"lennox" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"John Lennox's books and half of my books are you know stolen from friends like John Lennix I thought it's just madness that we haven't had that helmet sock he's in the city but he played hard to get because if you know Johnny does that I had to go all the way to France with my my wife who hates French people by the way it just go talk to or just talking she hates the French I hate the Dutch I'm sorry Heidi I apologize any any Dutch people from grand rapids here I I hate you and your theology so I had to go to France and the fact of the matter is that we've never done this before we did an outdoor Socrates in the city I and it was we only got about twenty people in the audience you know and but I thought it's about the filming I want to film this this is John Lennix and it made me furious that we didn't have him and I want to interview him so we did it and we we have no advertising budget did I ask other any billion years in the room anybody if remind me ask that every fifteen minutes but I said we have no budget but there's such a dramatic desire for this kind of information that the first video that I did we did to our long videos with John Lennix and he's so wonderful and the hunger for this kind of stuff is such that I check today it's had eighty seven thousand views you know this is how many people are interested in high level science but I I say that because I just want to let you all know there's a hunger in America for truth there's a hunger in America people who aren't even aware of the hunger are none the less hungry but they don't even they have forgotten that maybe there is some food out there for them and I like to think that what the call center does what Jon does every day and when I try to do is to to try to to to feed that hunger but you need distribution right and so that's why we film things because you want to get this out there so I want to ask you please whenever this video comes out or any of the sock he's videos send it to your friends because they don't even know it's possible that a genius like John Lennix could be a Christian it's not possible well let me tell you it is possible some of you know John one is in case you don't he is to keep it simple a professor of mathematics at Oxford university this the relax for not Mississippi Oxford and he studied at Cambridge and that's the the real came without the Harvard Cambridge he is Irish as you'll tell from his manner of speech which is annoyingly charming if he if he didn't have the the the accent I really don't know how he would come across but make no matter what he says even if the insults you viciously you'll hate you have to laugh because it's so wonderful he is let me say this as far as I'm concerned a treasure to the church he has debated Richard Dawkins twice in public and here's the weird thing he was so good at both those debates that in fact he has defeated him three times due to the do the math he's also debated Christopher Hitchens and defeated him one point five times and anyway he's mathematician I thought I'd throw in some low level math math jokes but John Lennix has a secret weapon it's called the truth when you when you actually have the truth it it does give you some advantage you'd you'd figure right so his books speak for themselves he's internationally renowned in all the right circles but when it be wonderful if he were internationally renowned in all circles I have to say that when I first interviewed him he I think he he wasn't sure what he was in for he just figures I'm a I'm an unserious jerk with joker who knows nothing about science but I I quickly disabuse them of that notion I used words like modality I think I I referenced I'm a god goes number now by the way I know you think I don't know science I I'm a goddess number a lot of people saying I I don't know what that is let me tell you something I had about I know I'm a guy goes number I actually well I had Advogados number I lost it and we can call him and you know what I'm a guy who gets a bad rap but but we were friends we still stay in touch on Facebook and and so my point is I'm smarter than you think and and I'd like to think that I'm up to a conversation with the great John Lennix I assure you I'm not but as the case with Johnston street I'm rely on the lord to make it work how to warm Socrates in the city round of applause for the truly great doctor John Lennix.