17 Burst results for "Look Technology"

"look technology" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"look technology" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Was on. Hulu or fx. Hulu extra now kind of the same thing. That's very confusing. But it's this weird sort of black mirror ask anti technology the bleak look technology Show that's the Alex Garland who directed also wrote and directed Ex Machina or Makia. So it's a it's it's it's it was interesting. It was not as smart as it thought it was. The actress who had played the lead is not very good. I've never seen anything else. So had those against it. But there's definitely a fascinating if you're huge nick offerman fan huge Ron. Swanson Fan was very weird to see him in this. This kind of role and Yeah so that's what I watched last night and today I watched Molly's game and then I caught up a loss so I've actually. I started watching along the same lines. John I started watching dispatch dispatches from elsewhere on AMC which is created and starring. Jason Segel of how your mother fame which is sort of like a Magic World Hidden in plain sight. Kind of show Which is I thought. I've watched the first couple and they are very very well done. Yeah he's a weird dude I I you know. I think he everybody thought he was. Just this sort of like Judd. Appetito repertory player sort a guy Comedian but I think he's actually very off be in very artistic and I watched that.

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"look technology" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"look technology" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"Oh two point eleven b e. If i e e working group proposed the thirty gigabyte speed in projected authorization requests for comparison a c net here of they've tested some things out to show that wi fi six is delivering a maximum of one point three gigs you imagine thirty i mean so you just you'd like looking at this going okay. If wi fi six is one point three at max and then wi fi seven thirty what the heck happened with the gap like then. Is it quite quite impressive so they go on to explain a little bit more about wi fi i six by seven for those of you who are interested in reading more but yeah why six barely out here wifi seventy anway. Which are you looking forward to most wi fi vice six or wi fi seven. Let me know in the comments. We'd love to have a further conversation about this knee. I'm excited. I love seeing technological advancements advanced. This is the main reason why why do the show and and wildlife to cover these kind of subjects. I don't like talking about just gadgets or talking about just gaining. I mean i mean what got me interested. The fact of look technology how it's changing in shifting and evolving over the years i mean we went from late. One hundred years ago or like fifty seven years ago these big huge manson computers took up like football fields and warehouses isn rooms and storage and required all of this stuff anything so little now this what i'm holding in the palm of my hand phone can <unk>. It's incredible just power technology. It's that's main reason why like sharing articles like these <unk>. Hopefully you're excited. I'm excited. Let's see what's next up. What's next up is u._s. Before devices yeah just when you're starting to get us to to u._s._b. Three when what there's different u._s. Beasts yes and the thing is if you can keep an eye on it. You'll buy a computer cuter and then you look at it and you'll look at the port you'll go. I know we're all does it look different and why can't i play. It's just a u._s._b. Port why can't i plug it in while it's because it's different it's different u._s._b. Ports sleep kind of have to keep that in mind now the u._s._b. F- has finalized the standard specifications occasions. They announced today that the organization has finalized technical specs for u._s. Before these facts will be making your way designers engineers and manufacturers shortly meaning that we can expect the first u._s._b. Four products hit shelves sometime in twenty twenty. Not a highlight of the new standard is it's dueling forty gigabytes per second speed matching watching thunderball threes transfer rate in doubling that of usb three point two's under bowl. You guys got something up your sleeve or you counted google crash and burn. I don't know we'll find out u._s. Before will use the same form factor as usb type c and will be backward compatible with usb three point two two point. Oh in thunderball three in other words you'll be able to use just about any existing usb type c device with a machine featuring a a u._s._b. Four bus the connection will be similar to usb three in that it will support both data and display protocols so expect to see more monitors featuring a u._s._b. Connections and in addition to some admi parts now the dichotomy between usb three and thunderbolt three has been quite frustrating for consumers while u._s._b. Three ubiquitous connection it transfers authors data at half the speed at best of the rather allusive thunderbolt three u._s._b. Four will essentially merges who standards creating a tulane forty gigabyte per second connection that will hopefully become a unified connection across devices and platforms now main reason why under both three have been such a boon for creative professionals empower us is is is that forty gigabyte per second transfer rate along for streamline video editing animation and modeling workflows. It has also enabled the introduction of new product categories stories such as external g._p.'s having to speed of thunderball three as a universal connection will bring these capabilities to everyday consumers making data backups and transfers. There's a faster and easier experience now granted.

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"look technology" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"look technology" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"At a low straw I guess this morning on you have to come in for Tony I guess so I understand and agree to hear stay at it we do have some fog outside this morning but overall give me a pretty nice Labor Day partly sunny skies little bit humid I've run eighty two but I clear heading down to sixty four tomorrow mostly sunny breezy a warmer day a gusty southwest when high temperature eighty eight degrees late tomorrow night into Wednesday morning a call comes in with a few scattered thunderstorms then partly sunny cooler one six I seventy five and beautiful weather Thursday and Friday great September numbers here sunshine daytime highs in the seventies and nighttime lows in the fifties any time you get the Randolph street and that's never drawn the short straw my friend video what do you get your lunch I owe you five Bucks or something what is. he's a national treasure Randy all is currently sixty six degrees in American standard coolly weather center the time is seven oh six. get out there. do something fun. make the most of your Labor Day. ninety three W. I. B. C. rob Kendall. that's good morning. AJ nominal job on the board. just us you. holiday. and a great day seeping up but of course as a Brownsburg lifer. I have to encourage you to get out to Lucas oil Raceway in Brownsburg formally Clermont but it's now Brownsburg. or the final day of the in H. R. eight championships if you've never been. go. gates open at nine AM it's an all day event it's been going on all weekend long. you will not be disappointed you will be blown away by watching those cars move and move quickly so get out there to Browns were Lucas oil Raceway an opportunity to see history in the making also keeping an eye on hurricane Dorian and the next several hours the next twelve hours ishe gonna try to kind of get an idea what this thing's going to do it is one of these. we think now queers ultimate tornadoes of look technology has made people safer and technology has been able given us the ability to to predict where there's gonna go and that is true in many cases but receiving like Dorian come along and you.

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"look technology" Discussed on How To Build A Dating App

How To Build A Dating App

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"look technology" Discussed on How To Build A Dating App

"Reminded me some some people's businesses. It's a serious business not as time so some business it'll go on and if it's a really entertaining pitch they can get core of a million people looking up their website that night but if it's like like a cramp pitch or it's edited in such a way the come across his idiots they might not get anything or it might not even a pair on T._v.. It'll so it's it's it's really tricky to Kinda gauge it. Obviously it's great P._R.. But if you go on dragons den purely for the P._R.. You're just GONNA get in trouble because you literally have to sign documents say I am not doing this for Free P._R.. They legitimate business thing because if everyone just went on for Free P._R.. It would just be really frustrating. Straightening full dragon people he didn't have a clay and and I guess you need the numbers and the figures and everything tobacco up yeah open yes idea so you couldn't fake it just to go on yeah exactly exactly. Did they give you any advice. During the steps APPs the when you're giving your pitch and stuff like that before you did the actual in front of the dragons. Did they tell you think take stuff out. Put stuff in say that yes so it's fairly heavily modified what even from when I arrived at the studio to why no I actually pitched so does all the numbers and is the three minute pitch and you practice that to death and that's pretty much all wrapped up ahead of time because m fourteen is entertainment company that I mentioned that so in fourteen we make dating people and we make social people and I thought it would be a great idea to make dragon dating so they all get given an IPAD and they can match with each other than the production team with like Dante. That's awful. They said it in a very polite way. No show that will play well on TV and like a couple of days beforehand that would have been awful. Can you imagine watching the dragons all like swiping on each other and it would be just want to sit there and twelve. They're paying around yeah exactly so so in the end I went in. I'm one of the other people to go into them without a prompt the whole reason why I've got in if you watch the pitch back there's this giant T._v.. Screen that's basically there because otherwise I have nothing nothing has been made to look like a smartphone yeah TV that looks like a giant smartphone and it just shows like screen shots but that's purely that because otherwise I would not be holding anything so there was even discussion of me just walking holding an IPAD to be like look technology down and then stop doing my pitch so does everybody does. Everybody have to have a prop daily or looks much nicer because it's more interesting than just those standing there on iheartradio somewhere. I haven't seen at least one pro at laced Tevita Yeah. It just makes it slightly more interesting plus. You've got a shelf where you can put stuff and I went in there with one inch thick folder of Judy elections documents. I spent so long not <music> every every trademark. We've got every business deal we've got all of our profit and loss balance-sheets and by didn't use it once and I was slightly annoyed Dina Seal my working out no okay then fine. I guess you just trust I find because they just want to have in your head..

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"look technology" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"look technology" Discussed on KTRH

"Bland, who is business development engineer with a Greco Jeff before the break, we were talking about how you guys are developing these custom design, specifically meeting, the customer's need. So one size fits all is not really a Greco's way of doing business. You go in, you guys design a plan that works for the oil company in the operators in midstream hours and create a solution for them. I want to talk about turbines versus what you guys are doing. Or maybe you can tell me what is your favorite generator solution? That helps meet the customers need, because there's been a lot of different turbines versus generators. So give me your thoughts on that. So we favor two things, particularly the first is saving the customer money, and the second is reliability of power. For us dies. The key, the cornerstone of every system that we put together on. You know, we, we've invested in a look technology tons, for various things across the across the state from. But the I would say that the debate around turbines, versus resets. Typically, always come up because turbines, take place. That for a large amount of power than a reset solution. Okay that advantage. So if you have a very small space, and you need thirty megawatt power, maybe turbines of the week, and I've ever does is it means turbine? You know that needs repaired or has an issue, then you lose all your power right away. And the only way he can avoid is by having tooth, our bikes. So then you're invest in sixty megawatts September in order to get thirty megawatts. Our solution. We came to favor using a roundabout one to one point five megawatt block. We have a number smaller units as well, but for our large Joel to use a one to one point five make like mentioned before relatable Brooklyn together. So it's all very customizable to the customer customers. So, for example, they need eleven megawatts we might twelve January third there, each made a what that gives them if one of those generates as it goes, I, then they still can to the entire power is very scalable and. You know, if, if for example, the customer thinks he needs thirty megawatts, but once up to capacity, you know what may only be twenty megawatts. They don't always know that up front. So our solution allays scale ability to happen on the fly so we can we can remove generators. Generators is the customer needs them on with no loss of. Power. We can isolate just dragging jaw. Thanks for January and we just provide daycare connection points and I like your visual. It's like Lego's connecting them together. And then it makes sense on a visual that. Yeah, you just keep adding. And adding increasing the power without ever risking being completely offline. We do the same thing arraigned at using waste from the engine. So we can actually essentially reuse, the waste heat at NC the jacket wasp exhaust. We have scalable solutions that can again, you might on the risk of the January third on provide either steamer whole water as a byproduct and actually brings the efficiency of the entire package all the way up to sixty seventy percent. You know, she's a huge fuel-saving if the customer needs stories those aspects if they have a whole water, neither are a Steve need. You know, the things like you know, for I have signs or we could do for some operation where they the doing things we applications like that across the world. So again, so we design it so it's scalable. That's pretty interesting, though, Jeff, because you're, you're, you're basically saying that y'all are taking waste of what is being generated and reusing it. And right now, obviously, when you use something you're saving money. No matter what it's better for the environment. And so you guys are able to take waste and utilize it to help the bottom dollar for an oil company, which is, you know, not to mention it's just recycled. Yeah. I mean, the the best advantage, actually, is that we can use a waste few. So she's a. Flare gas or something way, she's basically just being biproduct of the oil production, we can use that gas. We can provide the power for the customer, and we can also utilize the waste from the engine FA acquired and to provide a fill custom products. So, so, yeah, I mean you know, as we mentioned star the key thing for us just understand what the customer's needs are. We can tailor Tamatsh that now you know, the first part of the show, we've talked a lot about the design, and how a Greco is meeting the needs of oil companies, and helping them come in and be more efficient. And of course, being way more resourceful with the dollars, which is an absolute necessity right now in the times that we're living with oil and gas companies the bottom dollar really matters. But there's something that's even bigger that is very interesting. To me, which is one of the main reasons why I wanted to talk to a Greco again, is are really doing a lot in the area of admissions at you, you spoke up just a second ago about flaring in how you guys can also utilize or lower an operator's flaring through some of the programs and application, you guys are doing. You guys are really coming. You come up with some really great ideas pertaining to how to help Dopp writers us or flare less, which is a really good thing for the environment. And of course, it, it's just a really good thing to be doing, but we do have to take a quick break. You're listening to in all petro show. We'll.

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"look technology" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

13:08 min | 1 year ago

"look technology" Discussed on KNSS

"And welcome back with Michael Newton keys. We will take calls with Michael next hour. His book is called unbelievable seven myths about the history and future of science and religion. And Michael, let's go through those seven eighths if we can one by one, and I shall let you begin. Okay. So the first mess we covered already which was that a big university is a problem for Christianity. It's not the second myth is. There were these dark ages during the medieval period when Christianity held that cultural progress. It didn't Christians invented the university, which has been the primary home for teaching and doing research and science the third myth, which we haven't talked about yet. It's kind of a subset of the second one. It's it's it's the idea that people in the middle ages in Europe, South Europe was flat. And it was because of Christianity that they thought this because you know, the bible teaches that supposedly the bible does it actually doesn't take take any of you on the shape of the earth. It only describes the world as it as it appears to the senses. But there and Furthermore after teaching astronomy for a quarter century, I found that when students I come into my class. They have fewer rational grounds for believing in around earth in most medieval students, most students today believe it because they see in a pitcher well that could be Photoshop now. I'm not into conspiracy theories. But but students should know that, you know, like, for example, medieval students knew that. If you look up at the moon during a lunar eclipse, you see the shadow of the earth's going across it and the shadow is curved. It's girl I could rattle off about a half dozen of these arguments, and modern students usually can't. So those are the first three months in when you look at the moon. It's route you look at the sun, it's round you look at everything out there. They're all. Around. I mean one would have to deduce that earth was round. Yeah. That's an argument from analogy, and it has some power. But yeah, Nevil students could give you evidence, you know, observations that that are best interpreted as around earth. So that's the third Ness the fourth method was about Bruno, which we covered the fifth messes about Galileo, which we've covered the six mess. We haven't talked about has really important the six mess. I call the Copernican demotion mess now that's the idea that when Copernicus came up with this theory with some pretty good arguments that earth moves around the sun, and it's not in Europe is not in the center of the universe. But the sun is well that was supposedly an action that demoted humans from the privilege center and therefore discredited religious views of human importance where you know, we're in the centre of God's plan. Well, it turns out that. Even though a lot of new atheist. Christopher Hitchens when he was with us and others have tried this out as you know, Christianity's greatest failure. When you look at the real history turns out that that at the time. It's. Macos? Going because of the views of Aristotle and Plato and throughout the middle ages people at the time of Copernicus still thought of the center of the universe as the bottom of the universe. Not the place of honor. But the place of dishonor, and so when earth was re positioned as a planet as moving around the sun that was framed as a promotion by folks like Galileo and Yohannes kept their these dreamers that came just after Copernicus who were arguing for Copernicus view. So so this this idea that well Copernicus demoted humanity and undermine religion is just doesn't fit the history. For example, Copernicus himself said the cosmos was created for our sake now that even overstates with what Christianity specialized, but but it's clearly he wasn't demoting humanity. Of course, the seventh. Yo seven Smith. Okay. Right. We have short on time here. Let's. You know, the the the six Sixsmith kinda is a set for the seventh one. Because if if you believe the sickness it. Well, humans were demoted, we're not important, and oh all that other religious stuff that we talked about earlier if it looks anti-zionist, then that leaves a significant gap and people want dearly to fill it with something. And so in recent years, many leading astronomers and philosophers have been feeling that significance. Void which is only a perceived void left by these myths that really aren't true after all. But if you think they're true, then you're searching for some substitute for our significance. And that deleting one right now is what I call the extraterrestrial enlightenment. Myth now. This is not well aliens exist. No, that's a mess. No. This is about what what would the significance? Be. If they're worth to be contact. If aliens worded arrive in the money and. Here's what the myth says. And here I use the mess in the sense of a worldview shaping story in this case, a futuristic mess, and it goes like this any ET any alien that arrives on the planet earth would have to have technology. Indistinguishable from magic and also due to billions of years of evolution prior to us would have highly evolved, moral spiritual insights, that would trigger religious reorientation on our planet. And a lot of this myth is this expectation is built on what we think a what some people think that artificial intelligence can do that we can bring about conscious computers that will be doing things. Indistinguishable from magic. But leading a experts like Rodney Brooks who's at MIT says. In fact, I quote him here. He says that and if it becomes if this. I, you know, projected in the future becomes indistinguishable from magic anything one says about it is no longer falsifiable that is no longer testable in a rigorous way and leads to kind of a blind faith, as you imaginatively think about the future, which is great for SCI fi. But not so great when you're thinking about you know, what what should we expect? And here's here's the real kicker. Richard Dawkins has said and I quote him. There are very probably alien civilizations. That are superhuman to the point of being god-like in ways that exceed anything a theologian could possibly imagine. This is Richard Dawkins you talking leading atheist, right? And he's an and what's ironic about that is some of the stories sound scientific? But if you want I can explain why it isn't it? Yeah. Please. Okay. Got some. Here's my critique of this story. Okay. And I and I follow. A part, partly the work of Rodney Brooks MIT. One of the founding fathers of AI again, he says that it's when once you extrapolate imaginatively into the future, and you start talking about technology. That's like magic. There's really no way to test that I mean that he thinks that hey, I can do a lot of great things, but it's never going to become conscious and super powerful and to the point of being magical or or or Quinta magic. But let's just imagine for for a moment that there is that there is an event on earth that seems like okay, some conscious super intelligent creature has just arrived on the planet and has magical powers. Well, what's what's weird about? This. Is that atheist like dockings would have no way of helping undecided. People to distinguish between the natural and the supernatural interpretation of the creature because according to dock ins and many other atheists the an alien natural explanation. That is an alien. It would look I. Identifiable to a supernatural creature like some whatever whether a good ra-, bad spiritual creature arriving on the planet, claiming that they're going to save us, and you know, from holocaust and bring peace and revise, religion, etc. And so I don't think that this view is very scientific because it it's more based on inspiration from science fiction than science 'cause you know, as I mentioned I follow the Harvard. Astronomer named Howard Smith. Quote them in my book. And he he shows that look technology can be come sophisticated, but technology never can overcome the laws of nature, and the speed of light is one of those for the absolute fastest, you can communicate or travel and even travel as you approach the speed of light lot of weird things happen and make it kind of impractical. So this ET salvation story sound scientific, but isn't because technology can't overcome natural laws, and there's and the whole story makes the ability to distinguish between the natural and the supernatural virtually impossible that sounds like a safe physician of dachshund's, not a scientific one. So that's why I'm very skeptical of this ET enlightenment meth, and Michael why do so many people think that ET's at a higher level are more moralistic than what we should be. How do we know? They don't get worse. Not better. Exactly. In fact, you know, when Darwin published his book in eighteen seventy one about the of of humanity and morality, this is long after his original book on the origin of species. You know, he he wanted to believe that that be nice to each other. What we call altruism is is the highest evolve trade, but look if if there is no God. And if things if morality evolves randomly with along the lines of natural laws, then you know, there is no really good and evil. It's just stuff happens, and and creatures from outer space that have been around for a billion years, they might be real bad asses. You know, not want to help us might want to destroy us. Exactly. Obviously, this is all played out in science fiction, and there's no way to from an atheist perspective to know, what kind of you know, if these creatures would really be morally superior and spiritually superior to us. They probably know that you know, the longer a civilization lasts the more resources. They're going to use up, and they, you know, one of the things they probably say as you know, they don't get better. They get worse. We're going to take what we need now. Okay. Yeah. But again, a lot of this is the national of thinking about the future. And but again, I I am a skeptic of the ET enlightenment. Math. Because again, the the point here is not whether ET exists or not is whether is whether ET is our savior or not that's the method. I'm going after. This is pretty remarkable in that it's realistic. And it's very probable, isn't it? Well, I think that the as I mentioned earlier, the likelihood of of aliens existing is is pretty low and the likelihood of aliens living with within contact dozens of us. I think it's extremely low. So that makes so if there is an quote an appearance event or something that looks like an alien appearance. You know, I think people ought to be open to both naturalistic and supernatural interpretations of that event. Is it is it an alien or is it not is it some kind of creature. After an open minded person should be open to both of those polisher. Absolutely. There's no question we've talked about dimensional other universes who knows. They're all possible. When Dunkin's, of course, says he's a, you know, atheist, right? So he obviously doesn't believe in spiritual beings. But what's what's ironic is latter day atheism is becoming harder and harder. Does this thing wish from the cold and a lot of these UFO stories sound, very demonic? And so if you have no way of really helping people who are like undecided about whether this is spiritual or whether this is natural. Do you have to have much of a scientific background in order to grasp this no and my book after teaching non science majors science for a quarter century? My book is very accessible to the ordinary guy. And I get into the cool stuff like the history of science fiction. How science fiction affects how we even evaluate theories like this UT enlightenment story. Stay with us, Michael we're gonna take a quick break. But we'll be back and take phone calls with you as we talk about Michael Newton's book. Michael Newton keys book. Unbelievable, seven myths about the history and future of science and religion. Michael Newton keys website. Unbelievable. Myths dot com linked up for you at coast to coast, AM.

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"look technology" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"look technology" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"So I think we are signals are important, but we can't trust him as much to gain short-circuited. That's part of the issue going on here is that these technologies are messing with our brains in ways that we don't completely understand which is why we're seeing such profound impacts that confuse us so much. So I want to go back to some of the underlying flaw. Of how we approach technology. Now, something I've been thinking a lot about is like the I don't want the myth of the Luddites, but the power of anti let him there's this idea that at every point when it technologies introduced you have people who stand in its way, and those people are always wrong because look technology is kept going forward. And here we are. So of course, they were wrong, and I've been going back and reading some of the critics have previous rounds of technology. I mentioned you'll postman a couple of minutes ago, and realizing that a lot of what they said was right? I mean. Yes technology kept moving on. Yes. Society kept moving on. But they were also correct. And it seems to me that as a lot of dominant ideology, do our G towards technology has developed these very powerful defense mechanisms and one defense mechanism. It has is that if you think technology might be bad, you're a Luddite and anybody who's against should auction of technology is always wrong. And I it seems to me that aside from just being intentional about. How you use technology. That we maybe need a different or more rigorous way of thinking about how to introduce technologies, obviously, I don't mean that in regulatory sensor at least not for most technologies. But I I do mean it in a in a kind of philosophical cultural sense those very little room. It seems to me to actually be against new things right now, but the the complete uncritical adoption of everything from like jewel, vaping technology to Facebook. It seems like we should have some kind of bigger rethink that isn't just about those products. But about the culture that just allowed those products to spread like wildfire without thinking twice about it. I'm a huge believer in this idea. I mean, I I read quite a widely in sort of philosophy of technology. And and a lot of interesting people have thought about this. And I think there's a couple relevant points here. First of all, I don't think the actual Luddites are bad example. If you go back and look at what happened in the original light revolution. It was. Actually an economic philosophy. That was actually quite plausible at the time. Right. I mean, you you go to this particular area in in the UK. And there is the advent of steam looms were coming. This was before we had a lot of rigorous sort of economic theory in the way, we think about it today and the workers in this town said wasting and we're thinking about this. If we bring in these steam looms almost everyone's going to lose their job, but a very small number of people who run these mills are going to actually keep a lot more of this money. And they're like, well is this really what we want to do? Right. I mean, maybe the utilitarian arguments should be that we should be trying to actually MAC maximize the average utility of the town this maybe this is a bad move now to a modern sort of classically trained, economists say no, you have to do this creative destruction. You know, you have high EQ and all these very complicated theories about free markets and stuff. So now, we look at that argument is naive. But in the context, it was actually a relatively philosophically, profound and plausible argument. They're putting forward is like this is actually a good time to step back and say, what is our? Goal with economic development. And so there's actually something really human the what was happening with the original Luddite revolution. And that's actually I think a lesson. We should take away which is to encounter new technologies through this human perspective, which we often don't do. So there used to be these really big thinkers like these big think thinkers in the twentieth century, especially the first half of the twentieth century. Then we're tackling these issues and had these huge theories though, there are academic. They read like books like I was recently reading Jacques souls nineteen sixty seven book, the technological society, which it's it's French. But there's a really good translation available through Berkeley press..

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"look technology" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Standby for new Soviet until you the morning on ninety seven point one. Wash FM chilly what's in our info to? Go right now President Trump rejecting bipartisan criticism of his summit with Russian. President Vladimir Putin I Trump said that as the world's two, largest nuclear powers Russia and the US must get along a during a press conference with Putin Trump tried to cast more doubt on Russian interference in the twenty. Sixteen presidential election. So nationals outfielder Bryce Harper won the. All star home run derby with an exceptional display of, power, carried him pass Kyle Schwartz of, the Chicago Cubs nine thousand nine hundred eighteen in. The final round. Total was five you, said you said exceptional, display of power I would call that righteousness lay changes are going to be made. To. Downtown DC intersection after a cyclist was killed there, this past month transportation officials say that four parking spaces on m street near the intersection with New Hampshire Avenue have been removed and the sidewalk is going to. Be widened their. To improve visibility for drivers making that. Right turn across the bike claim and some researchers are, now, saying that there might be no, limit to how long humans can live these scientists. Figure out that. The risk of death, levels off after the, age of one hundred five creating what they call eight mortality plateau so it seems. That. Oh if you can make it to one hundred, and five there's a chance that you could beat the odds and long as you want Kay how. Many people really are making it to one oh you have to do is get to one hundred and five while look technology you don't know what they're making down the street at age that we don't know about or up at in. I I'm just saying, well, if I'm living to one hundred five than I want, the loved ones around me to live that long to start.

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"look technology" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"In the digestive track micronutrient panels in twenty four hour hormone assessments that usually what we get when they come in in an insider clinic we have three different kinds of heart rate variability we have eeg brain neuro scans that we do we do a whole bunch of sentiments on attic system connected tissues fullbody thermometer fees so we get the get i'd like to look under the hood and i'd like to have the most tool to look under the hood because i'm not i'm just looking for where the holes in the bucket are and in used to try to get into the balancing all the biochemistry one one one by the time they were done there on hundred fifty supplements any work sometimes but supplements aren't magic being either so by the time somebody is is pretty in deep in chronic disease that can absorb a lot of things can't detox a lot of things which is why kinda went to technology the navy there's faster better ways to do it but the assessment is is really looking seeing what's working what isn't working in what working system is the week is that of those 'cause you're for your hashimoto's will call that immune system condition but it's also enter consistent conditions also digestive condition so we have to look at every single one of those systems in we find out which just are the weakest and then i'm lazy just go with the system that's the weakest and i'll get the most bang for the buck gotcha so you've mentioned technology a couple times and i know that like me you're big fan of using technology to improve health impossible so i'd love to hear some of the examples of how you are doing this office so normally when somebody will just take chronic disease for example so again i come from a long lineage migrate five signs fair project was on carlights muscle testing so like my mom was nursing professor this is how we kind of were raised to deal with supplementation into kind of look these innovative technologies would come up and so i started incorporating when i was in medical school in portland it was lovely because portland is kinda like a hobby of alternative medicines every weekend somebody would come in like a circus toning way so you get you get a pretty good look technology in i went over to europe time at times win over to germany and different places in kind of found the best that would work north america and brought it back and saw the at the base we're just trying to get energy in salads and stuff away from connective tissue if i could say things about chronic disease it's get the stuff out and start to get my two conroy to produce energy however you wanna do that if you accomplish those things than biology kinda will take care of itself so in the clinic we do kalanick's do all that we also do tons of high altitude oxygen training we have laser we do tons of pulse electromagnetic fields because we're just trying to get energy produced in the south so we need oxygen thyroid hormone glucose in some electrons so the oxygen will do blood ozone therapy or high altitude oxygen therapies for the electrons will be tons of the post electromagnetic therapies about three or four different kinds in to get the steph out we end up doing tons of using the machines use sti lynch stars in colonic hydrotherapy in lots of visual manipulation so i mean every there's probably twenty five different machines that we end up using but they'll get based on what is the biggest need as far as what happens if the assessment so it's it's individualized medicine at its best because we're finding what doesn't work we're giving the patient lots information because you don't wanna be patient i would say you wanna be a participant in your house before you become a patient because patient by that time there's things you have to do and you wanna know just in the show should do so you never become a patient on i think on that technology is absolutely wonderful these dan's is even though it's not that engrained in medicine yet you can find out a lot of information ten fifteen years before you get pathologically and you can certainly get performance a lot better when you know how your cells in hell you're nutrient levels are where were there today instead.

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"look technology" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Part is taken over here so here's the thing though i look technology great but you can't go all the way thanks other words pyres have a function they can make an instant call it may be incorrect but but you know if you have to go review every play or if you have these sensors in there and the sensors can go bad i mean you put a sensor and a baseball and somebody hits it with an exit velocity of one hundred ten miles an hour how how how good is that since you gotta be not to get broken by that and how much money is it gonna cost to put a sensor in each baseball so even though you may have the technology to be able to do something that doesn't mean you have to use it on saying with the balls and strikes is the technology exists when you have so many mistakes made by on pires now and inconsistencies with balls and strikes why not just make an easy have the machine do it now if the machine breaks down you'll still have a home blade umpired there to make calls and you need somebody to execute the calls at the machine makes so i'm not saying that know get rid of the human element completely but have it as an aide to help you do your job better like we have computers to help us do our normal jobs better.

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"look technology" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Awesome is now that the other chair the code conference replacing wall but it was about them asking hair you adults world of some adults the oh seem like you could be the adults were looking for but i have a questionnaire here that would verify whether or not that is true and that was like a real just watching some of the videos that recode has posted that seems like a real theme of the thing whereas before in years past i mean this is the same conference where walton care had bill gates steve jobs on sage together and it was a much more here are the masters of the universe i think that vibe was they were established as the masters of the universe and now we've got a new class of people were vying for that sort of role that's a really good way to put it so like evan spiegel of course is not an adult yet i think he's still twelve maybe maybe but okay uber ceo dara khosro shot he was definitely there to like show that he's an adult but nobody was on stage is like to be celebrated as the master of the universe they were everybody was sort of contending with the idea that silicon valley people think of these conferences like silicon valley conferences that are about what's going on tech in this particular place and there's a whole bunch of venture capitalists and networking and bought about about but there was a real sense that what's what's actually going on is we're not here to celebrate you is like a titans of tak we're not here to show the world what is going on in this weird insular corner of of the planet where tech happens we recognize that the entire world all of democracy everything knows what's going on here now it's now we have to talk to you in that larger context not just in the hey look technology we're gonna explain it to everybody you know what i mean yeah i think that's exactly right i mean well it's just so.

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"look technology" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Rush almonds and regulatory law but i don't think that there's been any firings set as led whether you can do to accurate ocoee said so they get like organic orthogonal l times the government will tell you he get bragging they can't do anything but they don't want to know a questionnaire that everyone go get a drawing it should have gone on as i understand that their idea to let ours which backbone and all of that granted we should let general schedules but for thirty to me that's interesting because renew if you're on him for like this are really conservative light hey this is the new the aren't you're talking about relying on earth every three hours immigration law really heard redesign look technology push to act thinks of santa claus you'll windings lake in slides this illegal and you'll think i mean why is that legal help their imminent struggle the government's early days of sometimes you get to have stuff they really should probably have dealt with as a terrorist camera is not quick enough to absorb a band out while he does with really interesting and i don't know who he was there anything that was probably the bureau it was putting buddy i'm sure felt was just showing how the at not over him he julian of now headed owners only thrown out i heard peak requiring the gun from orlando brought out at different things someone not in everything and i'm your say hitler's wang a lawyer and wondering why cost if you give a state like it is they're not washington like okay like i don't think we got to the point a people ourselves how or is it just flag that ono property you're french relatively pauline it a worried about someone else rob britton elective though not have approached the diagnosis will actually looking at a governmental man you know what resilient a third litter bins on your own property we'll see where people saying that you if you all that long ago where and i'll tell you as an returnee high found on my i have grown with gone and i will never try to elect a ease the new israeli whenever they want and now you're right power will take care of a scheduling conflict in europe general gets it troubled lawyer lee a.

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"look technology" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That all of this may have been implanted in that you are the victim of some type of mind control programme in you you you feel that it's real because it's real to you but all of these could be implanted memories or however no right wing that uh so um i i'm early know i know that all for you know my experience were definitely you know not and planted at clinton even lila program on but you know there uh the uh hurdle from other for that at an interfaith with that we call cleveland that if can then bags the florida group is somehow uh manufacturer it all right right and you know kouwadja you know it uh you know you have to kind of often look at the the trend of the information of wine what what is the agenda why would they mindcontrol me too then go up to the public and reveal information that they do not want review you know i did it it doesn't make sense you know the the more in the uh the math consciousness book uh the the the the more we pull away from his control group so uh they definitely do not want this information out and you know quite honestly that i wasn't putting out the correct are putting up what i believe to be true information i would not at come under you know he did this huge attacks that we saw a half happen you know that the very coordinator the patch via the the and they have been very public to as well well it let let's move on really quick before we i uh get out of this segment um whites was the general announcement uh overall that came out of the uh the last twenty six page report well the the biggest takeaway of god uh humanity it apart of twenty two different genetic program that have gone on over young and were coming to a point in each start system these new come in the genetic former race for the super fedaration and then they come up with a green come to agreements with each other about who is gonna take care of this race with this group uh on that planets of indigenous people they begin to manipulate them uh both spiritually and genetically and but uh and then i think it to a certain point they begin feeding them look technology.

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"look technology" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of the isis is you've had the society that's endured a hundred and fifty thousand years plus now in the last two hundred years thanks to the kind of advent well i suppose colonialism men advent of actually farming cultures coming into this area there's only one hundred thousand of them left they unbelievably marginalized some pretty much every measure the poorest most marginal on the group left in southern africa and they're having a pretty tough time and there's a kind of irony that at a time where we live on a planet where we looking act sort of absolute environmental constraints beginning to crashing on us and we're living at a time with a seven and a half billion of us you have to actually somehow find a way making limit living on this place that the most sustained society in human history is being consumed and destroyed by one branch of humanity that developed at much less sustainable way of living and unique key for me is to try and understand we're at a very important point in our history we we've talked work out new ways of doing things and i think we can do really well that when we're trying to shape our future and a lot of this of course has to do with how we engage in use tech we could do really well trying to understand better what it is that made this society so extraordinary and enduring and then maybe take those principles and start applying them to how we develop and engage with all teach in terms of how we organize economically how we vote tech how we respond to things like automation will let's talk about how they have done so well for so long up to this point the title of the book is affluence without abundant you talked about their technology that's a relative term because technology in their terms is basically a lightweight digging stick in a bowl with narrows white absolutely to look technology israeli about how we engage with the world around us it's effectively the application scientific knowledge and for these guys to make the excess as huntergatherers they develop the technologies unrefined refined that technologies over and over again like you point out that the xbox one x that's rising everybody's putting acts on these the three point you know the processes of continuous refinements when we look at the archaeology from.

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"look technology" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Second chair stuff is is research caitian and maintaining certification and things like that i'm talking about you know you've got to be the pilot in command for 1500 hours you've got to be in the left seat are as of now that now the airlines get the save money because they're not pain of fully licensed pilot did oh yes after unsafe line empty chair empty airplanes they fly trainers i mean they're the the airlines have 737 750 73 twenty that their pilots fly to to learn how to fly to practice i i mean look technology is increasing here we're when you talk to pilots when you read um what the fa putting out on this they think that the simulators are good enough in found india's comments is like look this is the starting point i'm up to negotiate this but were were coming up on a pilot shortage we need pilots we need to do something about it and just like the the left shutdown without a disc gushing it berkeley of free speech week it might be shut down a hearing this week on healthcare they're shutting down the discussion over this this is the united states senate is meant for no basis this is nonsense oh shut down a free speech week is nonsense a senator proposing an amendment eight eight thousand dollars insecurity for milo as nonsense to but that's a whole completely separate discussion and nobody's tried to shut down the discussion what what we have here is the airlines on one on the one hand but by the way the 1500 ours is the vast majority that time is not paid for or even done by the airlines most than these pilots who come in with 5000 our so the qualify for for a for a for a commercial licence got their time most mostly in the military you know and i mean you you get you talking about a pilot shortage you want to do where the polish leaders due to things go back to pain pilots good wages number one you'll have a whole lot of people want to be pilots and number two uh dial back on you our massive military all.

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"look technology" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Appreciation on merging the concern in the online and offline world into one seamless experienced abut on the on the merchant side look technology is nothing more than a glorified pack leader in banded decades ago hasn't changed much since we upgraded at a time when we had the knuckle as we have great the pause but since then there's really button up in an advancement in exactly into so we wanna use the latest technology from the mobile in this new hardware renaissance to how do we reimagined that tylenol which has the value of being ubiquitous almost every week lowered now has it funny funding we we asked donald retailers will do rather lose their lights or their payment terminal after a day in they said we will lose ally sprinkled shop in the dark and that's like as survey of two millennials who asked with a rather lose their smartphone or or or not have sex and there's a twenty five percent said that rather have sex and liz that's not fun i ever know that bigoted underscores the importance of those devices that how we re imagine that device as a small connected multipurpose devised with defined by his software has the ability to repair result almost every other device but does the beasted function of payment processing really well in a futureproof way and so we added all the relevant technologies of the next decade and wielding from magsi tribe dmv opted to nfc you are golden beach in along.

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"look technology" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"look technology" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"London michael jordan state but again remember that at all those confrontations will all uh kind of complied to basketball court ueki while the off the court one government wanna cut both michael jordan grabbed won't fellow isolated incidents here and there uh what lee look technology that we have nowadays allow people to get up abroad any time the other part of it it also uh it's a lot different but when you have to see somebody and if you're going to be here only seen each other which is what it was kind of a ninety and now in faith in good do been withdrawn included a bond baking cookies at all i mean it's a lot easier to have a war of words when it is really just a world war that's a great point an end what you're talking about is is these guys really know how to brand themselves now it and in this league may be better than any any like you said these guys are superstars now their individual brands and you got the rain going to india and collegue a bunch of play when he was over in china i mean all these guys are traveling in it's really become worldwide but not only for the league but for their own personal brands but let me just follow on what you just said there because if you bring up like jordan those type of guys and they would've had this kind of social media outlet i think it really would have been more than a war of words whereas now it seems like staff kind of having fun about the there's abhran work out and all those kind of things is more just fun like i don't think lebrun takes that personally in in they're able to have fun or do you think lebron looks at that thing the staff dig went okay it's on yeah it was.

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