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"mike lauren" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:29 min | Last month

"mike lauren" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"You will stop hearing about this shortly. But every single response counts. We've had great response so far. Thank you so much. We'd love to hear from you. And thank you. All right fletcher sharp. How are you man. I am very tired. I had a very eventful weekend and my body is reminding me that i am not twenty two years old anymore so i'm trying to work through that myself. I understand. the events are very positive because sir you are part of a championship team. Yeah so a few people actually did listen to that episode and go to hamtramck to throw balloons emmy which i don't know if it's great because he listened or bad 'cause they hit me in the face with balloons. You might not want to hear this. But i'm just going to declare it great on both counts because that's just awesome fair enough but I was a part of the hammock yacht. Canoe raises iran for whiskey in the jar and we won. We beat to weigh in the final. We beat smalls on the semi and we beat someone else. I forgot who and the browns. Before but yeah. It was a very fun experience. I was nervous because essentially you're pushing this kind of canoe like boat. Kinda looks like a piece of pizza that has wheels on the back wheel in the front. Almost like a wheelbarrow in the way. You're pushing it down Joseph campo turning around coming back down the street and in your other partners jump in. And i was worried so i was like to be slippery. I don't wanna fall become a meam. Like this is gonna be bad. But i was invited by my friend. Katie who works in a jar. And i was co-signed by former soccer team mate named sarah and i know sarah because she's very very athletic but she's like five three five four kind of compact strong lady but still compact. I can push down the street. And then she mentioned of teammate. Lauren and mike lauren who ends up being my neighbor. I'm like i can push down the street to then i met scott..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Mike lauren have you ever visited the metaverse. Yeah i think so. I think there was this time. When i was meeting with microsoft executive in a hollow lens to headset and then i had to switch between that and the hp reverb g to vr headset which was connected to some giant high-powered pc. And like i walked into my kitchen counter. And i was like i think i just hit. The metaverse is that that sounds right. Yeah that sounds good to me. i'll take it. yes hi everyone. Welcome to gadget lab. I am michael. Lauria senior editor wired. And i'm laurin. good. I'm a senior writer at wired. We are also joined. Today by wired writer peter rubin. Hello peter welcome back to the show. Hey hey guys. It is great to be here again. Peter we have you on because yes we are talking about the metaverse and we are talking about. Vr and you've written a book about vr. It's called future presence. How virtual reality is changing human connection intimacy and the limits of ordinary life. How did i do. That's the full title. You did great. And it's out in paperback now too. And then there are there additions of it all over the world so even if you're listening to this in korea or anywhere else you can. You can get a copy. That doesn't sound very high tech paperback. What's that i know there's audio and there's there's an e book to here used to be an editor wired but even though he has moved on from our virtual four walls is still a regular contributor to wired and a regular guest here on the show. So it's good to have you man. Oh man it's so great to be back i was. I was just telling you before we started rolling. I miss our knees bumping together under the table in a too small studio that we used to record this and sharing our lung juice. And as lauren as as lauren put it or lungs which give alan henry credit for that for meyer from our wired team. He's the one who i said lunges at one point and now i just cannot get it out of my mind even if that had been coined in twenty nine thousand nine hundred it would have been gross but now it's just too. It's almost too much to take doubly gross. Well we could be recording this In person but instead we are recording. Virtually we're all in our own spaces right now which is sort of fitting for today because we are talking about virtual reality in the workplace. It sounds really boring but stay with me here a few days ago facebook showed off a new beta. Vr experience called horizon workrooms. It's a combination of virtual and augmented reality technology. That lets you interact with both the real world and a simulated environment at the same time. It sounds cool but it's for meetings so it's sort of like ready player one. If ready player one took place entirely in an office conference room with power points in whiteboards but facebook's new vr experiences exciting because it melts the real world with the virtual world in new and interesting ways. It's an idea that hints at new types of human computer interaction that proponents have dubbed the metaverse and later on on the show. We're going to get back to the metaverse and we're gonna talk about exactly what that means. And why. There's so much hype. Attach that word but before we get meta. I think we need to hear all about facebook's demo so peter you jacked into soccer verse tell us about it. I did which sounds a lot more legally actionable than it is thankfully. And i'm sure william gibson with thank you. I i like how the phrase just it became obsolete so long ago but we can't stop ourselves from using it. Yes i jacked in last week and what that involves it. This only runs on the quest to headset. Which of course is the most recent all in one headset. that oculus facebook Happened selling so the the first order. Business is Like like the original question to let you sort of define a place bass wherever you are using the hand controllers but instead of like drying out a space on the floor it asks you to trace the outline of your desk the front edge of your desk so it gets a sense of the width of your desk It asks you to clear most things away from your desk and then to sort of put your laptop open in front of you. And then if you're using either a mac book pro or the trackable logitech keyboard That became available earlier this year. It will actually show you a virtual sort of similac rim of the keyboard so you can reach out in touch type if you want to So you're looking down your at the sort of vr version of a desk and you see the pairs with your laptop so you see the screen of your actual computer superimposed on your virtual environment nice and big as big as you want it and it's super readable because the display on the quest to was is ridiculously good especially compared to kind of earlier generations of the are. And so if you have one of these trackable keyboards you see it and when you reach out the other thing i should point out is the question the quest to work not just with hand controllers but with hand tracking so the sensors. That are on. The outside of the headset can actually see your hands in space. Really good sort of detail of each individual finger and you can use of general Controls in space to select things in the usual sort of you. I of of the quest ecosystem so instead of us having control in your hands as you traditionally would in. Vr you can just reach out. It sees your hands and when they get an range of of the trackable keyboard. That's when the sort of overlay comes into place. So what you end up seeing is kind of a ghostly grave version of your real hands the pass through cameras kick on and you see them hovering over this sort of virtual superimposed keyboard and so allows you to touch type in vr. While still seeing your keyboard of course because you have the your computer screen in there with you you can kind of work as you normally might now i was using mac book air and so it was like millimeters off and so there were there ways that i had to kind of rely on muscle memory instead of taking the the the tracking for granted. But it did really well. So that's the that's the kind of home office setup of of of horizons workrooms. And then you go into a meeting room. And that's when the kind of collaboration the real fun quote the gins and what was it like interacting with other people in this space since you took the briefing with other journalists and i think with mark zuckerberg himself right. It was a room. It was a room full of people. And it felt very much like a roomful people. There are probably six or seven. Journalists there. andrew bosworth who's the vp of facebook rowdy. Labs was there. Mark zuckerberg started on a video screen as though he was on because he was a video call and then he put on a headset and so he came in as his avatar. He was there and there are some other folks there as well. Now the difference. I saw this when the news came out. Because of course i did people were like. Why would you want this. We already have zoom. And i made this point. I made this point years ago in the book might mentioned future presence. Now the thing that we're so used zoom meetings at this point. But if i want to look as though i'm looking at you i look into a camera and if i want to look at your faces in front of me on the computer screen you're going to look at it as my eyes are looking down unless you have a camera that is kind of hung down into the middle of your monitor. You're never going to make any sort of simulation i contact. So yeah we're sort of here but we're never looking directly at each other not once it's impossible to do we can't make contact on zoom call. That is the one of the major things. That that vr overcomes..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

08:26 min | 3 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"And i shouldn't point i because there's a lot of examples of people who do come out and then they they never work again That i started kind of believe it. But i also was like i would rather i'm gonna put my life i in my career second And it's funny. I've never stop working. Joe was on them but yeah it's weird authenticity. What yeah. i'm not sure. I'm not sure how that fit into what we're talking about. But i'm glad i said it. Yeah no yes needed to be said. But i i do think. It leads to being guarded. You being famous. That young with that many is on you. I mean you are a little bit like full on agoraphobia. I oh yeah muscles because they were really scary. Time when you're kidnapped. I kidnapped like the euro a lot of and i never really talked about this because i because especially back then. I felt like i didn't. I didn't wanna talk about it. Because i i wanted to be a sound so pretentious when i say it now but but I wanted to be a symbol of strength for the kids. We're looking up to me so he never talked about how hard it was. I never talked about how scared i was. You don't wanna seem ungrateful reich. Like instantly hate when. Oh you've got everything. Are you complaining. Exact literally tried to snatch you the movie theater. Yeah yeah so you just kind of smile and go along with it. It's already searched. That was nothing like owing. Like the scariest part. Was the death threats like there there is. There is a period when constant death threats in lake. I remember like someone said they were gonna they were gonna put an explosive in my car and like did you just went on and on and on and i kiss aired with you and Blain there was all those protesters outside a paramount. We all getting to work. Yeah and there always homophobic protesters like throwing stuff out our cars out. That one was kind of cool. Yeah some of those wisconsin. Cool i think was called the anti christ on fox news. That's a badge shirt. Yeah definitely definitely this. Is i think also like one of the reasons that i was able to be normal around. You guys is because i never watched glee. I didn't know when we first met. We first met at a one of isaac oliver's book reading. I'm caliber friend of the show. We can't stop talking about it and and left his episode by the way yes. He's above young. What a what a peach of a man you were. you didn't want to live show with isaac. No have you heard isaac speak. he's like oh elephant. he's talking about these big things. And i'm like by the way you have to have isaac on the show with ashley because it will be a completely different dynamic like she becomes the child the protector mother figure. Call him mother. Yeah the mommy the opposite. So i think i'm like oh i just like these people right. There was this whole thing where i'm like. Oh i like who you are. This is fun. We have fun together. And i like there are people who run into who like we were at a party. Mike lauren. graham was at the party. And i'd watch gilmore girls so i was just like literally spent time like am i looking at her should not looking at our. What am i doing here. And i couldn't. I couldn't have a human moment. You were like i. Because i know you i could tell like in the moment i saw her. I go like he don't have emotions literally went out the first time i went to his house. What did i find. His wall was the complete gilmore. Girls girls series so i was like okay. Which boyfriend andy. Which boyfriend. what team are we. Oh yeah jasser dean honestly. None of them team. I'm team elaine. I want them to together. Yeah actually that would be a twist would have much preferred that to who both of them ended up with But but also put the thing that i think is interesting. Is that like your for whatever pressures you both but under your both normal human beings then. That's the first time i've ever been called that a lot of things you are though. That's very sweet. I think that's true. I think my whole family feels so close close to crack. Nobody feels like you're very warm and you're very welcoming and you're not like weird and you not to say that famous people are weird. Can't be that big about what telling us you've been through too when you hear about that kind of shows like yeah. No wonder you a friend. Yeah yeah so. I would say that. That's also why everything you just said about me. I would say did did obama. And i think that's also why we i bonded is because it's like there are so much. Bs in this fake people and so many many finally find your tribe. It's magical and you. You finally find someone that you know i. I was raised in a in a family. Where teasing was a love. Language saying once we kind of own weight we speak the same language as it was instant bond. Yes i call it. I call it brazing. It is a gentleman. Yes yes i'm nice to you. That's a problem. Yeah right right. And ashley nice to me. It's nice to be actually mad. When i showed up because there was another young girl at the party. Oh no so. Happy to have another for china or you know any. So's my retriever own. My god really. I mean talk about we. We've tried everything. He's i literally ran into jane lynch on the street and she was at. Tell cooper my vaginas. Jeez i would say coaches of all orientations goes from high. I think good. I feel like he's an equal opportunity offender but notice govt crotch. Wow how do you. How do we get to love. But i was gonna say though ashley. Are you single. Yeah yeah what she. She's single she's been single for twenty four thirty five. Sixty years has not been that long. Yeah because the turn-of-the-century. No i yeah i don't. I'm not a dater but now is that because you're constantly having a fun event with chris and willem again right. Yes yes. I mean like i love you being around. I am very frequently. The only female. It's been that way though. Since i was four years old my mom had to gay friends in texas. And i was like these. Are my people from john. Like i have never. I don't like speaks heterosexual. Very drive me crazy. The only language that i speak fluently as homosexual true. And it's just like the worst thing ever that i'm straight and actually she needs it with people with her like she she always like shut down. Starts that true. Yeah absolutely absolutely because many many times metaphor openly like. Hey how can a guy like me. Get your number in and you'll say or just like oh you don't know you're gay yet. Oh yeah usually and generally if a man is glamorized by me he is at least bisexuals which is fine by husband. Let us do no. I've just. I don't know. I don't know what it is. I don't. I haven't had a boyfriend long time i had. I was up with a five year relationship. We almost got married like literally welded twenty and then i had an on and off thing for a long time with a friend of mine. But it's just never. I don't know i don't connect with the straits i i need to find a bisexual who gets it. Wants to watch paul's drag race with me and lay it down. You know like. I watch sports with somebody. I also hate doing things. I don't wanna do. I'm not gonna compromise locate. Maybe you stay single ash. I do but i just mean like i'm like i'll go to a baseball game. They ex-boyfriend okay. But i'm not like watching sports every saturday and sunday and i did sign her up performers only dot com hundred percent. That's true saw the free trial he paid for this hackel money for the for the first month i paid for..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At WG and traffic a hot spot to tell you about on the outbound Eden stop and go traffic between Montrose and Divine Avenue That's due to construction. And this breaking news just coming him are learning this morning. The chats have been fired at police in the area around 109 South Kilpatrick. Reportedly, no officers have been hit. One offender apparently has been hit. Back up on the way. WGN's Erica Wrong is on the way to cover That story will bring you more when we know it right here at W. G. N. The Illinois Department of Public Health says more than 500, Illinois residents, most of whom are older and had underlying health conditions have been hospitalized because of Covid 19 despite being fully vaccinated. Still, experts say the chances of getting a so called breakthrough infection remain very low now and all about 5.9 million Illinois residents are fully vaccinated. States As as of Wednesday, 141. People in Illinois died because a breakthrough infections that represents about 2% of all covid 19 deaths in Illinois since the start of this year. Investigation continues after Chicago police officer and two federal agents were shot Wednesday morning Yesterday, a 28 year old Eugene McLaurin was charged with one count of using a deadly weapon to assault a special agent. We say the officer and to a T F agents were working undercover. They were shot, apparently inside an unmarked vehicle called getting onto the north bound lanes of I 57 near 119th Street. All three have been treated and released from the hospital. CPD Superintendent David Brown. Says that work on the case was truly a joint effort to work on the ground. Putting the pieces together. Following up collaborating with our at our partners, along with our U. S Attorney's office was extraordinary good work that brought this offender to justice. According to the federal complaint, Mike Lauren told investigators that he started to follow the law enforcement officers and the unmarked vehicle. Because they thought they were members of a rival gang driving through the area. The U. S attorney's office in Chicago says more people may have been involved in the shooting the first Chicago and, uh, his body has been recovered in the rubble of that collapsed and imploded condo building at Surfside, Florida. 32 year old Juan Mora Jr. Who worked for Martin solved right here in Chicago and reportedly been staying with his parents when the building collapsed. More are graduated from Loyola University in 2011. Friend tells news Nation that more a plan to return to Chicago in early August. University of Chicago student Ellen now brief and his girlfriend are among the people still unaccounted for. They were in town for a funeral and staying on the eighth floor when the building collapsed. Crews have recovered 64 bodies so 4 76 people are still unaccounted for Third word alderwoman. Pat Dowell wants to fire a private security firm after last month's shooting at Wentworth Gardens. Third Ward Alderwoman Pat Dowell says that if that doesn't happen, she's going to be very upset. Let's get more on the story from WGN, Sarah Koran. The shooting happened in the early morning hours back on June 23rd. It was near 38 Wentworth. Some longtime residents have complained that the private security company contracted by the Chicago Housing Authority doesn't do enough doesn't get out of their cars to patrol the streets This morning. Older woman Pat Dowell will ask the CH two fire egg security. Right now. The older woman says the current contract runs through November, but she wants to terminated now. A press conference scheduled for 10 30 this morning at about 25 minutes. Aftershocks can be expected today and possibly for several more days to come. After yesterday as a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck along the California Nevada border. The quake occurred along the Antelope Valley falled. It was a strongest to hit there since 1994. Let's get a look at WGN Sports. Here's Dave and baseball heads into the All Star break after Sunday, But first the Cubs host the Cardinals for three at Wrigley Field. Starting this afternoon 10 and four Kyle Hendricks starts for the Cubs, who have lost 12 of 13 tonight. The White Sox starter series at Baltimore Dallas Chemical on the mound, the socks 7.5 up on Cleveland, while a lawyer Jimenez starts Ahmad, Early rehab in Winston Salem and the NBA Finals. Take a break until Sunday with the Sun's up to Oh, On Milwaukee Day. Venit, WGN SPORTS. Let's get a look at the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. We could see some spotty rain showers across Chicagoland here today we'll watch our temperatures going into the mid seventies. And again about 30.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Dot com. Mike lauren. mike. Your bike guy. In fact we should probably just call you by ca luria. Please put five dollars in the pun jar so terrible. I'm sorry are how do you feel about e bikes. I love you bikes. They make cycling more accessible to more people. And you know it keeps people out of cars a lot of times because people will choose an e bike for route that they would normally choose for car. So i'm i'm all for them. Well that's exactly what we're going to be Cycling through today nice. nice hello. Welcome to gadget lab. I'm lauren good. I'm a senior writer at wired. And i michael gloria senior editor at wired. And we're also joined this week by wired. Senior associate reviews editor adrian so who joins us from portland. He adrian guys and wired reviews editor julian takato. Who's joining us from new york city. Hey julian all right. So this is the e bike episode. It's everything you've ever wanted to know about e bikes if you're a regular listener of this podcast or if you read wired you know that. We like to talk about bikes. But here's the thing. And this is where i ruined my credit as a tech writer. Here i've never ridden an e bike. Never i know what my colleagues here. Tell me aka by kalari. they're fast. They're fun to ride and they can free up traffic and cut down on emissions so today we're talking about both buying and renting e bikes in the second half of the show. Adrian is waiting to tell us what you need to know about buying any bike. If you're ready to make that commitment but first let's talk about just kind of dipping our toes in. Let's talk about bike sharing because julian you recently wrote about lifts new e bike would this is lift the ridesharing company and they're doing e bikes. Tell us about this right. So lift actually owns several fleets around the country as they're called they're bike sharing fleets Many of them have regular bikes. Traditional or at a log bikes. However you want to call them and then some of them are pedal assist bikes which are also known as electric bikes and so there is a current electric bike already. But this is a new version that they unveiled. Its currently in public beta. It's going to be available in the bay area as well as in select other cities initially like new york and chicago but essentially it's just an improved version of their pedal assist bike. It's more powerful. It does everything for you. So you don't need to deal with any gears or anything like that so it's very beginner. Friendly you just kind of hop on and go and it has enough power to sort of accurately give you power when you're going up a hill for example or it sort of manages all of that by itself. You don't really need to think about it or anything you just kinda ride and go and if you need that extra power to cut across the road then it'll give it to you or if you need less power because you're on a flat road then it won't you know overburden you with so much that you're going super fast. And it's all also limited to City limits so for example in new york it's limited to twenty miles per hour but they did a couple more things with this version. They made it completely reflective paint job. So it's much safer to see at night or easier to see. I should say and the breaks are also stronger and has a much larger range of sixty miles. They say which. I don't think anyone is really going on a sixty mile round trip with an electric bike from the bike share program but paid now. Now you can. That's that's probably that's about ten rides or so. Yes like like city bike or like bay wheels in san francisco. Yes with having that larger range. It just basically means that it's not necessarily for one writer to take it out sixty mile trip but it means the service. Operators don't have to swap out those batteries as often. Because it'll just last a whole lot longer so the battery is actually have to be swapped out. There not rechargeable so that's two different methods at the moment they do. Have these vans that. Just go by these fleet stations. And they'll find the electric one swap them out and that's still going to be the case with the new one but left is also implementing these new charging stations into the existing docking stations. So some select charging station. Starting this year will actually have the ability to chew automatically. We charged those bikes when they're docked so they won't need to replace them as often or at all. I know that lime the scooter company in portland that they have like their fleet of contractor juicers or whatever that they pay like some nominal fee like run around like find all the scooters to recharge them. So i don't know if lift is doing that to basically similar Do they just basically all in a van. They're not call juicers that is but it's basically it's super easy to swap out the batteries but then of course if they're implementing and connecting. These docs to the grid then. They don't need to do that at all. And i think the ideas eventually. We'll get to a point where all of these existing stations will just be able to automatically charge these things. But at the moment i think that would require a lot of overhaul in the public infrastructures. Extra sector so. I think that basically is the easiest way to just swap out the batteries every once a day. Maybe every other day depends on how much it's being used to these. E bike shares come with helmets or other safety gear. You might need. They do not they all recommend that you wear one and you bring your own but that responsibly design you some public programs. Give you some helmets for free. I know new york has like a specific helmet fitting class that you can sort of find with the department of transportation and they'll actually give you a free.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

06:24 min | 4 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Way we exist and how we interact with one another lauren mike lauren. When was the last time in a. I correctly predicted that you were coming down with something. I'm pretty sure that i'm relying on ai. When i use apps like the heart rate monitor or the period cycled tracking on apple. Watch and i. It is a pretty good job of that. But if you're asking me has a ever flagged anything that's been wrong with me. No i mean aside from like you know the stuff we all know is wrong with me. Well i'm glad that there's nothing currently super wrong with you because we're going to talk about is role in healthcare on. Today's show sounds good. Hi everyone welcome to lab. I am michael. A senior editor wired. And i'm laurin. Good i'm a senior writer at wired for for as long as i can do my job before an. Ai takes it over and we're also joined by wired senior writer. Tom cyanide tom. Welcome back to the show. Hi mike thank you for having me back now. Tom you write about. Ai for wired. Which is why we asked you on. But we actually asked you on because of your smooth melodic british accent. My that's kind. I'm also a big fan of your accent. What about mine. Your accent is also a great other. Accents are also available from a little bit supplies time. You're killing me. i'm already jealous. That are in the san francisco office right now in our podcasting studio i can see over zoom. We hope to all be back there soon. But i'm already having the fomo. And now you're saying you like mike's accent and i don't quite believe not quite convinced yours. You feel the same about my. But that's okay. Perhaps we should move on. We're all still recording remote but there you are in our studio how is it. How does it smell the smell good. It smells super. Clean when i cranked. Open the door. I was thinking this is like a time capsule to probably roughly eighteen months ago. I was bracing myself Who knows what would be in here. We're bracing yourself this snack fight. I open the door and it was super fresh because we have a powerful eh purifying here keeping the virus particles down and i think everything else to what brand air purifier is that it is a co way and mega. Oh look we're actually fans at wired. I think right like it's good when you turn it on. It makes cheerful happy tune. That makes you feel safe. This is not spawn about air purifiers. This is in fact a show where we're gonna be talking about health care tom. You're one of the writers that we have on staff wired who covers all this stuff and you've written a story about a is use in hospitals this week and we're gonna talk about that story plus another one later in the show So to set up the first one machine intelligence can no doubt be useful tool for both doctors and patients. But we know that it's not perfect and the use of our tools in healthcare settings can create new complications. Like sometimes doctors don't know what to do with the information that a computer spits out or sometimes a poorly written. Ai program can end up. Worsening the racial disparities that already exist in our healthcare system. But let's start with your most recent story which is about sepsis. Some people might not know this but sepsis which results from infections is the number one killer of patients in hospitals so when a company developed software that uses an algorithm to alert doctors to the first signs of sepsis in their patients. It seemed like a good thing but there are some flaws in that algorithm. Now tom. we're hoping you can tell us what went wrong here. And just why don't we just fact up a minute because i think we're at a really interesting moment in. Us you know back in the day medicine involve bloodletting and leeches and all this like ganic stuff and then signs improved and medicine go pretty good but it was still all. The data was mostly written a paper. You know you couldn't get into computers and computers weren't really good enough to help out anyway but Fast forward to today electronic health records pretty common now and we have mobile phones and smoke computers that can fit into medical devices and computers that run sophisticated algorithms and so. It's become a lot more practical to put self like in the clinic. Get it to help out doctors And that's great because as good as medical science. Is there clearly lots of opportunities to help. People do it more accurately. But now we're in this phase where we can deploy this stuff but we don't know a lot about how to make it work in the way that you would hope it would work and so things are being deployed because it's possible to deploy them but not everything is getting properly checked over all tested before it gets put into the point central to this story. Tom is a company called back. Which is one of the biggest technology providers for medical health records in the united states. Right describe that landscape a little bit of electrons health records and talk about epochs role in his story. Yeah the the. Us has a pretty fragmented health system with all the private insurers and different plans and things like this and so it's been slower than some other countries to adult electronic health records but things are now going pretty. Well and epic is the leading provider of electronic health records and so probably a good number of listeners would have the data lodged into an epic system at a hospital or health insurer some other kind of provider and that is kind of competitive and there have been some issues with interoperability. It's not not really in the business interests of company that provides medical record systems to make it easy for you to get the data out and put it somewhere else. And there's also a competition between companies to try and make that record systems more attractive by adding bells and whistles or algorithms and so the system i wrote about this week was an hour epic offered to and it was pitched as a way to pop up alerts to patients that might contract sepsis this very dangerous complication manufacturing. It's pretty hard to spot because some of the key signs of uncommon the hospital like low pressure and other things and so the epic system which was open to its customers. They said look. We've made them what it will do is pop up alerts on patients that risk of developing sepsis and that way you can treat them early and is good evidence that know or even a our earlier treatment can can save your life.

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Gadget Lab Podcast

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"The best way to discover new quality apps and get all the tools you need to be successful and productive set up a subscription for mac and iphone apps head over to set up dot com to try free for a week. Lauren mike lauren. What happens when you're sitting at home in your phone rings. I hear about seven different. Instances of this sound well to apple world indeed. Hi everyone welcome to gadget lab. I am michael calorie Editor wired. And i'm laurin good. I'm a senior writer at wired. We're also joined this week by wired. Senior associate reviews editor adrian. So welcome back to the show. Adrian highs and reviews editor julian. Choke kaku jillian. Welcome back thank you for having me. You both have fancy new titles. Congratulations on those. We've asked the two of you on the show this week because it is apple week apple just held its annual worldwide developers conference. We call it w dc. Or if you wanna be like lauren and be extra cool you can just say dub dub as for ever described me as extra cool. I just i just did. i just did. That counts Per usual during the keynote address on monday the company announced a bunch of new software updates for all of its key products. This is the meteor announcement that promises to make your iphone feel fresh or your ipad to feel more like a computer all without having to buy new hardware though of course apple still wants you to buy new hardware in the fall when it comes out a lot of these software updates are designed to make your computing life easier if you're living in the apple universe but that also means is designed to get you pretty locked into apple's universe. We'll talk about apple's quest for gadget. Donald later in the show but first we have to cover the news julian. I'm going to start with you because you wrote a story about all the biggest software features coming to the iphone later this year What jumped out at you from dub dub the biggest wind is updates to face. Time apple's video calling up You know they're making it a little more like platforms like will meet in zoom and that where you can create links to share with other people.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where where does? So, I say to her, you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing you know the. Cell Towers Burning I said, get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices. You can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard. Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the. She's GonNa get license I'M GONNA make J get one to. Finally, because I know that, they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I wanNA thank Oliver an incredible two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy. Thank you because you are putting the show together we have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network he get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org, slash Twin debit beyond the lookout for support. The show are formula is this. We go out..

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"And. Yeah so where where does? So I say to her you know what happens. You know I'm going to these phone the she's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers, burning down I said get your license it's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices you can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard. Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa get license I'm. GonNa make J get one to. Finally because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I wanNA thank Oliver an incredible hundred bucks for any. Very. Cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of episode one thousand. Two hundred seventy. Thank you because you are putting the show together. We have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org slash. Twin debit beyond the lookout for support. The show are formula is this. We. Go Out..

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And Yeah. So where where does? So I say to her, you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing you know the. Cell Towers burning down I said get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices. You can't get hold of me. You go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa get license I'M GONNA make J get one to. Finally because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I WANNA. Thank. Oliver an incredible two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of episode. One Thousand Two hundred seventy. Thank you because you are putting the show together. We have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org slash. Twin debit beyond the lookout for support the show are formula is this. We go out..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where? Where does? So I say to her, you know what happens. You know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa word. She's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers burning down I said get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices. You can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard Dishes Kilo Mike. Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the. She's GonNa get license I'M GONNA MAKE J get one to Finally because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I wanNA thank Oliver an incredible two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of episode one. Thousand Two hundred seventy. Thank you because you are putting the show together. We have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider us. For The Sunday show, if you'd like to help out around dot org slash. Twin debit beyond the lookout for support the show are formula is this. We go out..

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where where does? So I, say to her you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers burning down I said get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices. You can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here. I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard This is. Mike Lauren. Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa. Get license I'M GONNA MAKE J get one to. Finally because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I WANNA. Thank Oliver an incredible two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy thank you because you are putting the show together. We have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot, org slash. Twin.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where where does? So I say to her you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers burning down I said get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices you can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard? Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa get license I'm. GonNa, make J get one to. Finally, because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I WANNA. Thank Oliver and. Two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy thank you because you are putting the show together we have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org slash. Twin.

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Gadget Lab Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Welcome back. We're doing recommendations a little differently today instead of telling you all what were into this week. We're going to give you our number one buying recommendation for this this whole year Mike on a kick it off. Sure I would like to recommend the thing that I have recommended to my own friends and family more often than any other device this year and it is the Google Pixel Three A. This is Google's four hundred dollar smartphone. It's the device device that made cheap phones cool again and I think it's super important. And the reason I keep recommending. It is because phones are so damn expensive now like for example the Google Pixel for the big brother to the three is seven hundred dollars. The iphone eleven is seven hundred dollars the iphone eleven pro is a thousand dollars the Samsung Galaxy. CBS Ten is nine hundred dollars. The cheap big good flagship phone is the one plus seven pro which is around six hundred twenty six hundred and fifty dollars depending on what how how the tariffs are shaking out that week Basically the pixel three a is a plastic phone. It has a different screen. It's not an old lead. But it proves bruce something very very important having a phone that doesn't have all that stuff in it and has made of plastic is totally fine. You don't need a phone. That has all of the latest fastest shiniest shiniest components in it. You can just have a phone that works and has great software on IT and still have a tremendous experience. That experience is close to ninety percent. Percents the experience that you get from something that costs literally twice as much money so bargain of the century bargain of the year. That's my pick I like it are what's yours. I would like to recommend something that is also plastic and is also something I recommend to friends and family all the time which is get a kindle. Get a a kindle. This is the device that will last you for years. You've never have to charge it and it will enhance your life so so much. People don't think that they like doc reading on a on a tablet before they get kindle like. I've talked to a lot of people who say like. Oh I I prefer reading real books and the thing is you can still read real books. You'll read so much more. When you get a kindle? The key to reading books on your kindle is to get a library card and then download digital library books on your kindle so so convenient I've read so many books this year We other great thing about the kindle is it only does one thing you can only use it to read books. You can't surf the Internet. You can't check your text messages. You can't take a picture you can just read. And there's something so valuable in a world where every gadget does multiple things as Mike said earlier in the show where your your phone is. Just this minefield of distractions stuff. You don't actually want to spend your time on the end up spending your time on anyway. There's something really special about a device it does one thing. It's the thing you want to do something that's good for you and there's no risk of of doing anything else ever ever again Mike Lauren do you have kindles. I have used a kindle. I think when I've written reviews of kindles but I don't own one currently currently but I do like the Kendall and I particularly like the newer versions that are waterproof beneath them in the bath. Or if you're lucky enough to have a hot tub. The hot tub love of to read in the hot tub. Yes I mean pretty much. I would get the kindle just to take a bath I have kindle oasis I love it I take it absolutely everywhere Eh. Paid too much money for it. But that's fine because it's awesome and it's my best friend. I have the paperweight. which is the sort of standard good for everyone? Not Expensive like the middle it'll one exactly And the other thing about these. These devices are so durable and they're so long lasting you can buy one and expect to keep it for many many years. There's you don't have to charge it often. They hold up really well. Yeah it's one of those things that you can just charge and then take on vacation but you don't have to bring the charger on vacation provided you're not going away for thirty days as or something like that. It's just one less charger to carry around. Which is really nice? Okay so my recommendation is a little bit more expensive than a kindle and a little bit more expensive than a pixel three a but it's an IPAD. This was the decade of the IPAD. They were launched early twenty ten. My God I can't I believe it's been that long before about ten years. I have resisted pretty much. The whole notion of an ipad being unnecessary gadgets. I'm that maybe because I don't work in an environment that lends itself well to ipads feel like we have to have our laptops all the time because we have to do a lot of writing and media production and that sort of thing thing Also I know parents really like ipads because they are effectively. A proxy for babysitters sometimes keeping your occupied and all that. But I personally just never really really found the value in an IPAD this year. Though that changed I started using the IPAD. Pro Eleven inch Some time I think it was late spring early summer and the I started taking it with me everywhere..

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790 KABC

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Well events in the Middle East continue to heat up joining us on the line to talk about all of it is Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States. He's also the author of multiple times, bestsellers, including six days of war, June, nineteen sixty seven in the making of the modern Middle East. Michael joint venture really appreciate it. Great. So let's start with this. You tweeted last week about a New York Times editorial about rising anti-semitism anti-semitism, unfortunately, has been rising across the west. It's risen in the United States risen in Europe and yet newspapers like the New York Times are seeking to blame that on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. What is the relationship between anti Zionism and anti semitism, wise, left seemingly so willing to cover for anti-semitism so long as it has guises, anti Zionism? In the twenty first century if you don't wanna be called and. You're anti Israel, but it has very specific way holding Israel at a standard that no other country it helped to in the world saying that these Palestinian conflict is the worst conflict in the world, the most pressing moral conflict in the world and ignoring, for example, the arrest of hundreds of thousands of Muslims by China or the massacre of hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Syria ignoring that it is charging that the quote unquote Israel lobby in Washington has too much power and controls the median control congress and buys politicians. It is a Tuesday, Israel, war-crimes new, visit the latest digital choosing of genocide against the Palestinians and passes for legitimate anti Israel discourse. But in fact, it is by even the definition of the United Nations, even by the definition of the European Union. It isn't it? We're being with him Bassett, or Michael or an former Israeli ambassador to the United States, so ambassador Oren, a lot of the talk in the media has been specifically about one type of anti-semitism people wanna talk a lot about white supremacist, anti semitism, which is certainly worthy of discussion. But in terms of global threats to Jews it seems to me that statistically, speaking, the biggest threat to Jews is not white supremacist, anti semitism, which, of course, is evil and should be condemned wherever it is wherever it is promoted, but it is radical Muslim anti semitism, which is the greatest danger. Jus I mean, isn't that the case across the west as well as in the Middle East? I think it'd be needed to Jews in Europe because of the influx of immigrants. Among the many radical Moslem into Europe, in the United States, there's been outbreaks of violence against Jews and it's Burke, and in California, and, but the greatest campuses in the United States in the American press comes from laugh, and it's difficult to calibrate bent, you know, very easy to count floss, because if you will count antisemitic incidents, but it's difficult to calibrate anti-semitic atmosphere on campus. We're afraid to be Jews if the students on certain campuses and afraid, call themselves, Aina less be branded a racist. That's an atmosphere and bad to my mind the most pressing problems, the United States today in van in terms of so let's talk for a second about the Israeli political situation right now. Obviously, there's a lot of flux right now, given the fact that new elections have been declared prime minister. Netanyahu was able to form a coalition into the Knesset effectively dissolved itself. No have new elections again. Ambassador orange you expect there to be any change in the constituency in the Knesset? Or is this basically just going to be a do over? Well, we do over if, if the Russians were held today, but three months of the very long time. And it's really politics. Many things can happen, and they'll be a shift in the political lane state, given parties will form distant parodies may break up. But what if the curtain wa today's my mind ministry change and Israel for the last seventy one years, the most the most pressing issue here has been security, and it's really voting because they're afraid of their lives or for their laws, and the last twenty twenty five years Benjamin Netanyahu has appeared as the person who was able to protect his really live. But that was really seven additional which may even be more more paramount fear. That is, if you're not alive, but to their way of life fear, not of his box, but the team who make threaten their way of life, whether they be secular or national perdition. And this is what a big through Lieberman. The defense minister into into this. Fear that twenty thirty years country will have a population which could be third to one half hurry. Gaby's ultra-orthodox Jews are not prepared to engage with the economy, not prepared to defend the state also realize that Israel has the largest population under thirty of any industrialized countries in the world are natural growth rate is roughly three times that of most European countries, and that young Israel population is both concerned about religious corruption but it's also right wing Resona pass the battle against religious coalition has been almost exclusively enhance the let there was really nobody out there saying, hey, you're young, right wingers. I'm also working coercion Lieberman. His tap into that very big force in Israel politics in the near future. So in the long term thing, the former Israeli ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren ambassador, or one of the big concerns that I've seen from many members of the American Jewish population is that. President Trump's close relationship with prime minister Netanyahu could backfire, if President Trump is no longer presidents in other words, Trump, because he's so warm because there's so many Democrats who hate President Trump that the backlash will come in the form of an anti Israel backlash. Once Trump is no longer in office. Is that a concern in Israel? With me. Van. The president visit ministrations administrative, we have known since our founding in nineteen forty eight and I think there's no debate about that with an Israel ministration, that has recognized Jerusalem, our capital, the American embassy to Jerusalem as recognizes ready sovereignty, over the over the Golan Heights, and has steadfastly by Israel in United, Nations and posed all efforts that you, g demise us, it has cut off funding the, to the Palestinians, when they leave the peace table when they de-legitimize us when they finally US law. So any Israeli, government could be right down up sound center is going to express deep and profound gratitude to this administration, but having said that we also be wary of the political polarization in the United States, and rather than distancing ourselves from this administration, which I think, side of profound gratitude gratitude, we should be reaching out across much as possible. To Democrats, because in, in the nature of things, the Democrats will be back, certainly in congress already back in the house. Maybe in the Senate, and eventually in the White House as well. And since bipartisan support is I believe, a, a paramount national strategic interests of the state of Israel, and the United States are alternate ally. I think we can do a better job of reaching out an investing more robustly democratic support for Israel as speaking about that. What exactly is happening the American left? I'm old enough. Remember when support for Israel was. In fact, bipartisan by pulling data, we are seeing a radical decrease in the amount of support for Israel inside the Democratic Party, obviously, Democratic Party leadership has now kowtowed people like are who's openly, anti semitic or she to leave, who's the same, what happened, the Democratic Party, and Kennedy moved back toward a more pro Israel direction. I don't know about that. We do better job. I don't know if you do one hundred percent shop what's happening. American left is sort of a European Asian of. American list the coordination of the American left and some of the same prophecies of the same sort of memes, and tropes, that we see in the European leftists. A hatred for Israel, and the alliance between the European lists and radical Islam. We see this now evolving the United States as well. And if the process it's the outcome of many long process team in the nineteen sixties the radicalization of campuses, and it's something on, on fundamental misconceptions and lies in many ways, is much more progressive country than the United States, America's, I've now finished four years in the Knesset. I'll tell you. We had debates in the commencement. That would never take place in the congress. Much more progressive abortions, not an issue here, for example, small ones and Israel was ahead of the game on gay rights, while before we never had don't ask, don't tell them this. So you know it's based on on a myth, and, and, and the American left is making alliances with people. Who consider him example, homosexuality capital offense? We have an under brenham seven Tel-Aviv. We have a Palestinian gay community here, who's refuge in the state of Israel. Because if they go back to the Palestinian Eriterea's, if the American left is what they'll be killed killed there. No women's rights, there's no sexual freedom really. And, and so that alliance between the American last and radical swim is based on a, a gross distortion of reality, and fundamental misunderstanding. What state of Israel is about ambassador. Mike lauren. Thanks for joining the program really appreciate your time his two most recent books, six days of war, June nineteen sixty seven to the making of the modern Italy Middle East, which is a great read, four Jerusalem, and also power, faith, and fantasy America in the Middle East seventeen seventy six to the present. Michael, thanks much running the show. Really appreciate your time, sir. Thank you. Well, you're listening to the Ben Shapiro show. We'll be right back. KABC news,.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Joining us on the line to talk about all of it is Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States. He's also the author of multiple New York Times, bestsellers, including six days of war June nineteen sixty seven in the making of the modern Middle East. Michael, thanks for joining Ben Shapiro show. Really appreciate it. So let's start with this. You tweeted last week about a New York Times editorial about rising anti-semitism anti-semitism, unfortunately, has been rising across the west. It's risen in the United States is risen from in Europe and yet newspapers like the New York Times are seeking to blame that on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. What is the relationship between anti Zionism and anti semitism, wise, left, seemingly so willing to cover for anti-semitism so long as guises anti Zionism? In the twenty first century if you don't wanna be called and. You're anti Israel, but dancing is very specific way, holding Israel at a standard that no other countries is held to in the world it saying that the Israeli Palestinian conflict is the worst conflict in the world, the most pressing moral conflict in the world and ignoring example, the arrest of hundreds of thousands of Muslims by China or the massacre of hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Syria ignoring that it is charging that the quote unquote Israel in Washington has too much power and controls. The median controls congress and buys politicians it is accusing Israel, war-crimes news. Belated Israel choosing genocide against the Palestinians and passes for legitimate anti Israel discourse. But in fact, idioms by even the definition of the United Nations, even by the definition of the paean union. There's thing with him Bassett, or Michael or former Israeli ambassador to the United States, so embassador or in a lot of the talk in the media has been specifically about one type of anti-semitism people wanna talk a lot about white supremacist, anti semitism, which is certainly worthy of discussion. But in terms of global threats to Jews it seems to me that statistically, speaking, the biggest threat to Jews is not white supremacist, anti semitism, which is evil and should be condemned wherever it is wherever it is promoted, but it is radical Muslim anti semitism, which is the greatest danger. Jus I mean, isn't that the case across the west as well as in the Middle East? Needed to Jews in Europe because of the influx of immigrants. Among the many radical Muslims into Europe in the United States, there's been outbreaks of violence against Jews and it's Burke, and in California, and, but the greatest campuses in the United States in the American press comes from Alaska. Calibrates been, you know, very easy to count swastikas, if you will count antisemitic incidents calibrate, anti-semitic atmosphere, on campus were afraid to be used if students on certain campuses, and afraid, pull themselves less be branded a racist. That's an atmosphere and bad Kamai mind, the most pressing problem, the United States today in advance in terms of. So let's talk for a second about the Israeli political situation right now, obviously, there's a lot of flux right now, given the fact that new elections have been declared prime minister Netanyahu was able to form a coalition. So the Knesset effectively dissolved itself. No have new elections again. Ambassador, do you expect there to be any change in the constituency in the Knesset? Or is this basically just going to be do over? Over, if, if it were held today, but three months very long time in politics. Many things can happen, and they'll be a shift in the political lane state, different parties will form distant parodies may break up. But what occurred in the last few days to my mind, ministry change, and Israel, last, seventy one years, most, the most pressing issue, here has been security, and it's released voted because they're afraid of their lives or for their laws, and the last twenty twenty five years Benjamin Netanyahu has appeared as the person was able to protect his really live. But now with additional fuel which may even be more more paramount fear, that is if you're not alive to their way of life fear, not of his of the of the hurry game who will make threaten their way of life. Whether they be secular or national traditional. And this is what big Lieberman now, the defense minister into into this fear that twenty thirty years country will have a population, which could be third to one half hurry. Gaby's ultra-orthodox Jews are not prepared to engage economy. Not prepared to defend the state also realize that has the largest population thirty of any industrialized countries in the world are natural growth rate is roughly free times that most European countries and young Israel. Population is both concerned about religious Parisian also right wing Resona pass the, the battle against religious coalition has been almost exclusively. Enhanced. Really nobody out there saying, hey young, right wingers? Coercion lieberman. Tap into that. Very big force in Israel politics, in the near future in the long term thing, the former Israeli ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren ambassador, Oren, one of the big concerns that I've seen from many members of the American Jewish population is that President Trump's close relationship with prime minister Netanyahu could backfire, if President Trump is no longer presidents in other words, Trump because he's so warm. And because there's so many Democrats who hate President Trump that the backlash will come in the form of an anti Israel backlash once Trump is no longer an office. Is that a concern in Israel at all? With me. Van. President. Ministration we have known since our founding in nineteen forty eight and I think there's no debate about that with an Israel administration that has a recognized through some of this capital. The American embassy to Jerusalem as recognizes ready sovereignty of the over the Golan Heights. It has stood steadfastly by Israel in United Nations and posed all efforts. It has cut off funding to the, to the Palestinians when they leave the peace table. When Nate de-legitimize that's when they finally US law. So any Israeli, government can be right down up Sam center is going to express deep and profound gratitude to this administration, but having said that wear of political polarization in the United States and than distancing ourselves from this administration, which, I think, profound, gratitude gratitude, we should be reaching out across much as possible to Democrats, because, in, in the nature of things, the Democrats will be back, certainly in congress back in the house, maybe in the Senate, and eventually in the White House as well. And since bipartisan, support, his believe a, a paramount national strategic interests in the state of Israel, and the United States is our ally. I think we can do a better job of. Reaching out in investing more robustly democratic support for Israel speaking about that. What exactly is happening the American left? I'm old enough to remember when support for Israel was. In fact, bipartisan by pulling data. We are seeing a radical decrease in the amount of support for Israel inside the Democratic Party, obviously, Democratic Party leadership has now kowtowed people like Hannah who's openly anti semitic worship. It's leave who's the same what happened. Democratic Party and Kennedy moved back toward a more pro Israel direction. I don't know about that. We do better job. I don't know if you do one hundred percents, what's happened American European Asian of the American west, the Corbin ization of the American left and some of the same prophecies in the same sort of means, tropes, that we see in the European your left, just a hatred for Israel, and the alliance between the European left and radical Islam. We see this now evolved in the United States as well. And it's the outcome of many long. In the nineteen sixties the radicalization of campuses, and it's something on Sunday, mental misconceptions and lies in many ways is much more progressive country than the United States, America's, I've now finished four years in the Knesset, and I'll tell you, we had debates in the committee. That would never take place in the congress. Much more progressive abortions not an issue here. For example, a small ones and Israel was ahead of the game. I'm gay rights while before United States we never had don't ask don't tell them this country. So, you know, expect on on and, and the American left is making alliances with people who consider him example, homosexuality offense. We haven't seven Tel Tel-Aviv. We have a Palestinian gay community here, who's refuge in the state of Israel. Because if they go back to the Palestinian, Eric Tories, if the American left much you'll be killed killed there. No women's rights there. No sexual freedom really. And, and. So that alliance between the American last and radical Islam. Is based on a gross distortion of reality and a fundamental misunderstanding? What state of Israel's about ambassador? Mike lauren. Thanks for joining the program really appreciate your time his two most recent books six days before June, nineteen sixty seven in the making of the modern Middle East, which is a great read for Jerusalem Day. And also power, faith and fantasy America in the Middle East seventeen seventy six to the present. Mike, much running the show. Really appreciate it, sir. Thank you. Bring.

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