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"nikos" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"I think you must play seriously but you must see how fun so i was just trying to make them understand that in the end of the day. If you're gonna play if you're gonna practice if you're gonna do anything to do you gotta do with joy and with like happiness your car. You'll you'll heart. I'm not sure in the last time. I told you this was but they still call by the nicknames. You gave them kid. Thomas a really good shooter. You call them kyle korver. He still goes by that crazy. 'cause that game happened back in february. That's months ago but the impact that you had on them is still going on to this day. And it's going to go on further and they're always gonna remember. You is being okay. I had so much fun. Playing with nico all those months ago all those years ago. I always do that man. I was l-. Like when i when i step in court and i see somebody i try. I just trying to make him feel better. Feel better from yourself because she can go play better if he feels good. He's gonna be even better and if he won't any any just playing basketball. What do i need it sometimes. So what is definitely going back to dirk. As in terms of his career was their game limiting. Your favorite player was gradual thing. I think it was a gradual thing. Because i m b drizzle journey using so at the time. I was so young. I didn't know a lot of things about the nba. I just know. I just knew lebron james. Mj and some some a couple of players more. So i don't know. I didn't even know who digging bitchy was but i always jersey so i don't know i was like maybe maybe ten and i just looked at google so and i still couple of like i saw a couple of plays about him and i was like king nice that i've been after been after that like i. Just keep taking on mencia. What his game and story how he gained from the second division in germany and went to the states and bladed began franchise spare. I the first play do it. Then after yannis do the same thing like such a unique story such unique player. I was like yeah. He's my favorite player. It's so awesome. You a fan of him just for such a long time at and seeing his career progress. What was it like for you seeing his entire career culminate with winning a championship in two thousand eleven man. Bro was hard for me. Because like i guess the broad james yeah you say was stub. But i. I want to be honest. I wanna lebron thinks to win but doesn't just dig. Novitsky claimed waking the way he played like was such a mazes series. Took up sorta amazing so amazing. Where the data's my like Till the miami heat well up to this day man. I can never forget the lebron james and we were laughing because he said he was sick and the next game he killed them. He filled them. Bow out now and i was like. Yeah he knots in maitland. Komo dirk is nice. Nice for sure. So once i go see brawny. James and sierra canyon play against i was a crazy game and i remember i. We went super last minute..
"nikos" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Welcome to the big fellas podcast where we trap it up about all things past present and future about the game of basketball where facts. Stats and context reigns supreme blasphemous. Sometimes it gets crazy but we always keep it real. Always get ready to learn from players coaches and fans from all levels of the game and see the court and a brand new way and now fresh off the sidelines. Here's your host john. Hart oh phyllis what did you fellas and welcome to the big fellas basketball podcast. I'm your host. Jay h coming to you from new york city the mecca of basketball today. I'm excited to be joined by nikos. Okay comorian twenty twenty. Nba draft prospect. And a dear friend of mine. That i'm very happy to have met in new york right. Before the pandemic we spoke about nickel coming to america from greece as a teenager to play with the best high schools in the world. How dirk nowitzki inspired him to become the here today and why. It's always family over everything you've got to go and in store for today fellas episode number forty one nikos look at twenty twenty. Nba draft prospect. Yes and if you let us pass yes we're done begun on a gun at niko. I'm doing great man so happy to have you wanted us episodes while making to finally get to talk to one of my boys the biggest fellow i know for shirt. Yes syria sur. Sure sure. let's just get right into it. Can you kind of tell us what it was like for you. Growing up greece and playing basketball there. Were you always tall always good. What did that look for you. Playing basketball in greece was like a unique experience for me. Because i started playing because of my friends when i went to feel liquors at the time had a lot of lot of african kids basically when when when when you go there you felt like home for years for like like in africa like you see a lot of africa hooper's so the people you are talking like coasters. His liberal alex snively although the world knows them closest champion atlanta playing overseas. Explain so so we like hand got a lot. When i went there and talk a lot like it was like instantly like we bond and we're talking basketball so they they kind of helped me transition because at the time i'll just you know basketball was like the friends and all that so they'll be out of the deeper mice to bermuda thinking..
U.S. announces charges against two ISIS members
"The Islamic State Group over the killing of Western hostages in Syria. The US Justice Department has announced that Alexander Coty on El Sheffield's shake, both originally from London, have each been indicted on charges including hostage taking, resulting in death. They admit belonging to I s but have denied killing hostages. His Sebastian Usha, the two eyes members were captured in Syria two years ago by Kurdish forces who handed them over to the U. S military in Iraq. The cell they are alleged to have belonged to was known as the Beatles by those unfortunate enough to fall into its clutches. They included the American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, as well as U. S and British Aid workers videos off the beheadings of some off the Western hostages we used by Isis as the blackest propaganda. U. S. Officials say the two men will now face a proper Legal process of a kind. They denied their alleged victims. Greece's Prime minister Cariocas Mitsotakis has hailed a court ruling that a neo Nazi party golden Dawn is a criminal organization. He said it ended a traumatic cycle in Greek public life. Golden. Dawn's leader, Nikos Mikola, Liacos and six other senior members were among those found guilty after a five year trial. The court also convicted Golden Dawn supporters of various attacks, including the murder of a left wing rapper Pavlos Thesis in 2013. Any report from the
Pompeo meets with Greek foreign minister
"Woman Secretary of State Mike Pompeii always said to swing through Southern Europe this week. Joanna Kisses has more. Pompeo is expected to travel to the northern city of Thessaloniki on Monday into the NATO base at Suda Bay on the island of Crete. On Tuesday. He will also meet with the Greek prime minister Kitty across Mitsotakis and with Foreign Minister Nikos then B s. Pompeo's visit comes at a time when Greece and fellow NATO ally Turkey have revived a years long dispute over maritime borders in the Aegean Sea. The dispute has become increasingly nationalistic, with both countries upping their military presence in the Aegean. The leaders of NATO and the European Union have spent weeks trying to negotiate a diplomatic solution for NPR news. I'm Joanna
"nikos" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast
"So so commercial GPO and we can get almost deal time as speed. Or call. It to maybe start to wrap things up at love for each you to kind of put this paper and maybe talk about the things that your either your top lessons learned are the thing that you excited about with this paper and his contributions and kind of how you see it. Moving forward in your own Research Nikos, you want to start us off the yeah. Can Start Show I doing M, B I in September under the I didn't know a lot of things for three D. human mode links show. These paper was is, is a very, very good the first experience and I think the most important one of the most important features of the paper is that it is clear i. mean the contributions are clear we use. A lot of an pair three data to refine to the predictions actually to predict to the predictions. Actually. Three. Meshes, that were predicted mostly from the points and. our implementation is converges foss. Gun. create high-quality in state of the art Date a The predictions are a quite high quality and the state of the art. And also one important thing is that the we've made all the goal to end the data obliquely. We have detailed instructions for everyone. So it's really easy for anyone if you want or C- wants to run and use our model and methods, we have clear instructions to do it right Muhammad. So it seems that Vibe is working quite on the for Volition V. have but in real life or in into wild videos, a little difficult situations end. Motion is quite A. Quite difficult to model because she wants capable of lots of different kinds of moments and also in real life situations we have. Like objects and scenes on. Voss. We have all skulls by. Again objects or other people. These kind of problems are still waiting to be tackled with and..
"nikos" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast
"We also use one of them's called months three point six am and the other one is called. MPI INFORMATICS TO BE IMPOSES mission days. The Three D. poses in the wild data set is that that you mentioned it use a particular kind of sensors that sensor and the kind of sparsity of that sensor similar to what you see in a system or is it you know somehow more more dance I'm curious about? The. Relationship between the primary way you're comparing performances based on Kennedy's sparse representations I wonder if that. Leaves something to be desired or an opportunity in terms of the ability to to kind of capture what's happening in complex motions with these sparse data points on the body. It's a good question. So we use their commercial Mokaba soup called accents uses these inertial measurement units. Ten or twelve on the body, but we don't just use that We also use a camera tracking the people around and we used to D- measurements were about the the joint locations in in those images to. Precisely align the estimated three D. body posed with the images and so we have A. A technique that fits again are simple imperial body model to these multiple kinds of measurements, the new measurements and the two D. measurements we also have to solve for the camera translation and rotation and things like that. But putting this altogether gives reasonable. We don't call it ground truth. We call it reference data. We're a little careful about that. You know it's not the same level as a motion capture lab. But you get the benefit of being outside in in the wild with all the complex lighting. And things that go on. A. Natural scenarios. A trade off the holy grail is to have perfect ground truth where you know every single bit of the motion with no crazy sensors to get in the way outdoors in the wild. But. It doesn't exist. So mom and mentioned earlier in this process of kind of experimenting and identifying. Things it didn't work with. Particular emphasis on the discriminator Nikos I'm wondering from your perspective. You know if you can share another example of something net, maybe thought was gonNA work and didn't inhale you had to adjust the approach to accommodate it. The experiment station proceeded was was the. But. Yeah there are some a few points. So we tried..
"nikos" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast
"All right everyone I am on the line with Muhammad Kobe Bash Nikos autonomous you and Michael. Black. They are with the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, and we're here to talk about their most recent paper, a paper called vibe that we will get into and more detail butt? Muhammad Nikos and Michael Welcome to the podcast. Thanks. During us. Awesome. Let's start by having each of US share a little bit about your background and your role at the Max Planck Institute, and what got you what in your background led you to this work and what your general research interests are. Muhammad, want, we start with you. So I am Ahmed Khwaja bunch I'm currently a student in Blank Institute for Intelligence Systems in perceiving systems department in Computer Vision and graphics research. Up So. I. Did my bachelors in Computer Engineering in Stumbled Technical University in Turkey and my master's in Middle East Technical University in Turkey again. So during my bachelor. So I tried to explore different areas that it is interesting for me ranging from robotics be through computer vision and machine learning. I continued for muscles degree in competition machine learning, and I started working on human poses made its mission which has broader implications and application areas, and in the community and yeah, and then I started doing a PhD again in the same topic. Thank you Nicholas. Show Hi, I'm Nicole Donahue. So I also doing student, the Max Planck Institute. I mean my first year. So a little bit about my background DI- STI- completed my Grad, my bachelors and Masters Degree in computer engineering in Greece in National Technical University. During the first year of my research, it's I've started doing grace. It's basically a natural language processing. But then a wanted to combine natural language processing machine learning with Computer Vision Show I, started my beads the much institute. I'm currently working on motion understanding the golding and how are we can combine motion actions with the language semantics. I would like to combine Musi learning and mathematical modeling with the human interaction. I think that's the most interesting part of the machine learning. Researchers and that's why I follow the AIDS, the degree and started last September. Awesome. Awesome. Thank you Michael. Michael Black I'm. Director at the Max Planck, Institute for Intelligent Systems. And I've been working on problems in human motion estimation since the early nineteen, Ninety S. And I became interested in in human motion because computers can't really understand US and before partners with us until they understand our facial expressions, how we move how we interact with the world and motivated by aristotle who said to be ignorant of motion is to be ignorant of nature and I, think almost all my research focuses on housings move and trying to get computers to understand that motion. A. Little Bit about my background I lived all over the place educated in the US and Canada and. Came to Germany about nine years ago I was a professor at Brown University. and. Been in Germany since two thousand eleven and came here to co found this new institute for Intelligent. Systems? That brings together scientists studying artificial intelligence and robotics, and using techniques all the way from machine learning like we're talking about here to physical systems where they make new materials for software botox on a very interdisciplinary and exciting field. So. Muhammed. You mentioned that your area of interest is in pose estimation and affect the paper that we're..
Where is Artificial Intelligence Used Today?
"Let's talk about how. Ai is most commonly being used. Today is a tool flash technology that is constantly used in your everyday life without even realizing it if Google if you use facebook if you use youtube all of those platforms are using some kind of AI. On it and what they're using predominantly most a systems are using this subcategory Of Technology called machine learning and machine learning is essentially the ability of a machine to take a lot of data understand. Patterns in that data and then reapply data so machine learning is just one type of Ai. There are others but machine learning is the most common. And it's the kind of I we're gonNA cover almost exclusively throughout this episode and machine learning starts with some set of data that a computer or machine can analyze. The data can be anything a collection of photos or current traffic conditions or the game of chess. The machine flies through that data and finds the patterns. This is the learning part of machine learning. Then that machine can take what it learned and apply to new but similar set of data and make decisions or recommendations based on what knows so if you take an example of Youtube. Youtube is really good recommending. You videos that you WANNA watch. And that's why we all spend way too much time on it and what it's doing is it's the data. Here is all of the videos. You've watched before so it's looking at all the news. You Watch it before. And it's figuring out what are the common themes within those videos that likely mean it's another video this common themes you would also want to watch it And that is that is that is. Ai so you can apply that to other things like facebook. It's ability to identify people in photos. It is taking all of the photos that previously talked with yourself finding the Pixel patterns that notch your face and then looking for those same pixel patterns in other photos to see if you're there. Karen also explains that facebook in particular uses a in another less obvious way and that's in determining what shows up in your news feed the data in this case. Is Your behavior on facebook. What you like or react to what you click on comment on all that is data. Facebook collects and then uses to determine what it shows you more of so if you like post by certain friends on certain topics but just those with images then facebook is gonNA show you those posts. I and put the rest down at the bottom of your news. Feed all of that's done automatically by facebook's. Ai Algorithms the same kind of thing is happening when net flicks and spotify recommend a new show or song but their applications outside of social and media platforms to because machine learning is really good at recognizing patterns in images There is now a whole field of research on how to use that technique for Medical images because a lot of cancer diagnosis or other disease diagnosis typically involves looking at an image like an MRI scan a cat scan Or an image of a of a tissue slice or whatever it is And then try to figure out whether it looks abnormal and whether needs to be treated and AI is demonstrating a pretty good Ability to now be able to do that for us at with higher accuracy than human radiologists because human radiologists can get sleepy. They can get bleary eyed Software does not. Karen is quick to point out here that in no way does she think. Ai should outright replace a human radiologists or do the job all on its own A. It's just another tool in your toolbox. It can give you a recommendation for what it thinks. Like whether someone has Malignant cancer node in their lung or something And it's still up to the doctor who has like the actual medical knowledge and the actual patient history and like all of that to make the final call so what about the use of AI in marketing. Since I was at this marketing a conference I was able to catch up with a guy named Nikos Kunia. I'm right now. A partner at Davidson partners we our AI CONSULTANCY. I lead the global AI practice. I'm also a futurist speaker and author now. The speakers at this conference all had slightly different backgrounds and all offered their unique perspective on the topic. I in marketing but what. They all seem to agree on. Is that this relatively new tech of AI and the age old industry of marketing that they were on a convergence path destined to integrate more and more as time goes on. So I asked Nikos why I'll give you one main reason two thousand seven. The iphone came out today. You almost have half the entire world with iphones and so the traditional world of marketing where you have a don draper and his media buddy making few decisions on. Hey let's get this message out for a specific brand to as many people as possible shirts. Vanilla message great. It works it worked then even ten years ago. You can still make that same decision. What do I put in front of Somebody in the Wall Street Journal and Creative Director a marketer? I need to make a decision right now. Up Like what? Do I know about you if I knew something about you? I make a decision about cars. Okay I'll put up a car. Od like I'm black. Okay do you like red so I will infer what I know about you and make that decision. A there are about five hundred billion opportunities to do that today and so there is absolutely no way a single human even get through a thousand so that is the reason why we need artificial intelligence. And why this convergence is happening is that you need to automate those decisions and you need to recognize patterns at a broad scale to get to what marketers want to sell more stuff and to drive business outcomes. So that's where our Bob Cat Marketer? Paul writes here comes back in all racer class of two thousand graduated from the E W Script School of journalism and I went onto found peer. Twenty twenty two the marketing agency and the marketing artificial intelligence institute. Paul founded PR twenty twenty in two thousand and four and more recently established the marketing artificial intelligence institute which hosted the conference. You can read more about the evolution of both Pr. Twenty twenty and the Institute in the latest issue of Ohio Today magazine at Ohio Today Dot Org but for now I wanted to ask Paul to put a is impact on the marketing industry at large in more perspective. To think about all the things you use in your daily life that are powered by so net flicks recommend shows for you based on Intelligence Algorithms. Spotify learns what music you like. Your iphone recognizes your face to unlock it. Facebook recognizes faces. You upload photos so none of that can be done without a so. It's what powers. All of those consumer technologies Amazon. Predicting what you're going to buy an essence it all comes down to these predictions and so marketing is basically trying to apply the same technology to make predictions about what consumers will do next. You're you're trying to predict if you're sending an email Campaign trying to predict what subject line of work? When should we send it? What images should we use the called action be and when you start looking at social media and email and websites? Seo and communications there's applications for AI across every category and it really just comes down to wear in your life. Are you trying to use data to make a prediction about something and when we step back as marketers? The answer is it's like eighty to ninety percent of the things we do so it's that potentially broad impact that can worry people especially those people working in the marketing roles that this technology will affect. Will they be replaced by a computer? Of course disconcerted has felt beyond the field of marketing. Automation has been simultaneously welcomed and feared industries from manufacturing to finance. Still Paul stays optimistic. We're under the working assumption. That within three to five years eighty percent of what we do at least will be intelligently automated to some degree meaning a I will make us better at doing the tasks we do every day. It may not replace the need to have a human doing them but it will enhance the the example. I give a lot as google maps. So when you're trying to go from point eight appointees you use just use a road atlas now Google maps monitors data in real time and it changes recommended route for you to take and all is trying to do is predict the fastest way from A to b the human still decides whether or not to take that advice but the machine has enhanced your ability get from a to B
"nikos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nikos? United fullbacks equalize top-scorer Mosala had to go off to a head injury. But then a player who's only really played supporting roller season only eleven appearances in the primarily he popped up with this precious goal late on in the game Shaquille delivery. Devote a reggae with the score there on eighty six minutes finished three two to the ball. And that was enough a yoga club side to go back to the top of the table game. Have to stay Tom OPEC stayed calm down. They could make top subs-. What's really have put in these situations? Obviously tested. Freekick sensational. Had bought a goal reunites moment so situation Jillian Liverpool. Top of the table ninety four points with one game to play Manchester City ninety two points too much is left and the first of those time to Leicester City tomorrow the race for top full finish. This is champion league qualification. Of course, two more spots to fill four teams with a chance told them Hotspur could've wrapped up one of those places yesterday, and rather spectacularly didn't nice defeat from the Joseph was not for the I had to place sent off yesterday. And then it conceded down to nine men for. Four fifty minutes of the match, but the conceded a stoppage time goal in losing hill. Bomb of captain. He goes to reach the French will cut winning goalkeeper playing Titus coming from all those big matches that suppose been playing instead hybrid turn around at one deficit at I acts on Wednesday and all its Trump's the Champions League final. But today's action in the primarily sees Chelsea gays. What for Manchester United Huddersfield, and our snow taken on price and looking at some of the other games. Well, mentioned that the Champions League is semi finals in midweek. Spanish league champions, bustle only yesterday decided rest a whole host of that talent, including Linda messy, and that came on stuck in the Spanish league beating two at Celta Vigo, Andy thank you very much with the latest sports..
"nikos" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We are listening in on a conversation between Kim mcnichols Nikos. You know, the senior director of strategic partnerships and strategy at Kaiser Permanente Nico has some unique perspectives on how innovation can change the landscape of modern healthcare. On it. Especially with this situation that you ended up having to kind of design your own solution. Is that a problem that you see out there in the community? Pretty much going rugby like what they think you want. But not coming to you insane. How can we design it to truly fit your needs? It's almost like they designed it. And design it to solve a problem. But it's not what is solve a problem because they're not coming to you and going. Okay. Well, how will this vintage at the bigger picture because there were billion apps that track your blood pressure and your steps and everything else? But the fact that there was not one thing out there that was able to be a hundred percent fit to you. When you had to go out and design it yourself. There's a problem out there. There's some sort of a disconnect. What do you wish that entrepreneurs Neil? So that they could better find or create solutions to truly solve your problem. So you don't have to go and create your own. Yeah. I think. Yeah. Of course, it is. But I mean, it's also great to buy something that you know, it's gonna work, right? I think, you know, the next act spoke to this actually. Mri at at debater events. Bambi is are you in LA Kaiser's line inside? And what I would tell, you know, many startups is that doctors have been trained for, you know, for you know, they're going to school for a long time. Right. And then they get you know, if they come to Kaiser, permanent, they didn't they're trying to get on how we take care of patients. Right. And so they're they're very practice in how they've been doing how they take TRICARE. So for an entrepreneur right to to have this great idea in the start and say, I'm gonna fix this problem for your doctor. You know, it it just it's not enough. Right. It can't just be this. I had this great idea, and it's going to change healthcare because you'd have to come in knowing one the doctor is going to be resistant, and how's it going to help me to is to your point? Is he gonna really fit into the workflow and make them? Do another click that will do something for them. How do you know that that will happen, right? Have you done the design you understand it regular regulatory requirements are going into it? May have had experience in that. I'm not saying all of, you know, do Kodama spent a lot of them have this experience in the highest people that know some of the stuff, but they still haven't done they've done the usability and what they used my life. But they haven't done the design thinking of how it's gonna a workflow or change it operationally within healthcare. And that's where most of the time and the bigger one is scale can these startups release scale for an organization our size? So those are the three areas that really I would like them to be really more tuned into to be able to help us as as going to in ends up being long turn to to get pizza. Adopt you and then the longer one is to stay away. Stay true to themselves and not be. You know, forced to customization by because we tend to do that. And then and then be able to scale for us in the end being you know, they we did it on the long haul. So that's a long winded answer against I'm answering your question. I just had a conversation with a nurse today. I wanna bring on to had all patient engagement for social media. And you're the one thing we were talking about is just that there are so many different products out there in every obeys designing something that the biggest mistake that entrepreneurs make is they think that there's a one size fits all solution. And with the direction that we're going in healthcare, we're going to more personalized healthcare where facilities especially Kaiser, are realizing it's not a one stop shop that there isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. And that's why having someone like you within an organization and having partners you can work with versus saying, hey, here's my solution in box them coming. She was something that's a daft able to your needs to your ability. To integrate. Is is more critical. That makes sense absolute. No, you're spot on. Yeah. And I think that that really that that changes the conversation. You know, they're willing to listen and say, you know, and and then come forward with like, here's how I think I might be able to help you based on. What would that is? Right. And so you're right. It's not a one-size-fits-all because could be something. It'd be meaningful to changing a department or a region, which is still valuable doesn't have to solve every part of KP to be a good thing. And you know, sunny innovation in healthcare. Can be a small change incrementally. But at.
"nikos" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"From the great book Zorba the, Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis it's the story about a monkey climbs amounted in Greece with the chief character Zorba and, when they get to a certain point and, they're relaxing The priest. Tells Zorba a story about a woman he met in one of the villages she was. An outcast she was a widow, and for some reason that people look down upon her thinking that she was a loose woman so to speak The long and short of it. Is, the pre spent the night with. Her had sex with her probably, for the first time in his life, and, he. Told sober that when dawn came the following morning. He was closer to God then he had, ever been in his life well that's one way people find God I. Guess it's through transcendental experiences whether the experience. Be sexual through drugs music etc people see God in their own way every day some people say they stand on a shoreline listening. To the waves pound against. The shore and feel closer to God they, walk on a beach in a forest there's a. Famous song for many years ago about. Hearing the cry of. A newborn baby and knowing why you believe what you do that's the Frankie Laine song I don't know if you, know that one Some people go to church and. Enjoying a congregation they are. Better able to resume with the higher power I remember, when I was a little boy I asked about my grandfather who died long before I was born well the word. Came. Down that my grandfather was not a religious man that he didn't go to a temple to pray. Instead he said he could be out in nature. With his back to a tree and talk to God In many ways the same is true for me today He that walk. With Wiseman Shelby wise but. The companion of. Fools shell smart read proverbs thirteen twenty I don't know why I'm even reading this to you. Because I'm I'm so bored of the Russia collusion topic that I'd rather read from my. Own literature I read for you, from no, man, is an, island or any. Of the other chapters how about, this one, from, Isaiah your land strangers. Devour it and your presence does that, work for you today your land. Strangers. Devour at your presence And wherever you turn and you see violence in the streets it is the strangers. And their fellow travellers using these strangers devouring a nation is it not telling you that. Your nation is racist people don't, even belong, here, at telling, you is a. Racist nation people who invaded our, nation telling, us, it's a racist nation People who invaded this nation throwing feces that Amanda. Wants to open a deli and Bernal heights in Los Angeles So tell me who. The criminals are and tell, me what's actually going on because I know what's going on it's a communist revolution It's a communist revolution in its infancy and unless the democrat party. Gets control of the Fact the factions within its own organizations that are. From entering the state you will be caught up in it and, thrown to the wolves the Pelosi's will be thrown out of, their palaces by the mobs the Schumer's we ripped out of their homes by the mobs all of the top Democrats who pride themselves on. Being liberals must stand. Up to the left wing mobs who, have hijacked their own party this is not democracy This is anarchy and the anarchist, wing of the democrat party is now the driving force of, the democrat party they are the true fascists of our time they pose a threat a threat and a danger to everyone listening to this. Program and beyond that So let's take some calls on whatever topic you wanna talk about whether. If the the bums on the street the. Madness against Trump my statement that cooperation is not collusion how could you say the cooperation is collusion How could. You say that by reaching out to antagonist that's a bad thing. When we're taught by liberals are whole life, that we should talk to people we don't agree with have. Always been taught through the liberal author Dr That was. Supposed to talk to, people we don't get along, with the try to make peace isn't that the entire? Motorcycle Rhonda of liberalism. Which is peace not war so who was foaming at the mouth now calling..
"nikos" Discussed on ESPN FC
"With assess stuff was talking to yell at a birth three golds three all competitions all competitions three in the premier league against newcastle home win over struggling against swansea away when there were bottom in the league and i guess an against west ham united when they were just about or is this not because he team played opposition because he's not in the in the opportunity is not for the clinton live buck is it clinton right back 'cause he playing sweeper is playing center of midfield econ get forward is a security blanket monster montijo paul paul hearts more right ways getting dragged off i'm locally argue that he should be doing more a totally agree with our but this is not smell a little bit like khazanah that chelsea after they will new league and all of a sudden youthstyle mon who's not playing will all of a sudden he's neustadt an and the whole she's in goes to paul this could happen with paul but as well as it is this the personality a marine you that the pixel wanna be styles an an and just macy's them up because portland baluch she's always may stop ahead is it not do now is that because he is not sure what you do keep this guy happy he still to appease own game the way he wants to play and he ends up do neither where do you not guy from him they were terrible against nikos and take poke brave even outeniqua owning chinese looked awful the finger engrained but mulumba this is not just for a change affect the vogue and the top four bluffing i think we'll scramble it and they'll know online i thought they would absolutely got just nail airlie.
"nikos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Live on your bloomberg aura let's delve deeper into our other top stories serve this hour in the uk the hall choices of brexit have tipped theresa may's conservative party into open warfare and it's not clear the prime minister will survive the crossfire 'bluebox and the ross thomas has the story the prime minister's job is once again on the line as crucial decisions do this week causes showdown in the ruling party amid the chaos jacob reesmogg a man so keen on brexit he wants to leave the eu without even a transition deal has emerged as a leadership rival in london and our us thomas bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile the european union teabags it in a game to michelle bonnie eight will travel to london today for a working lunch with his uk counterpart david davis of more on that me say brussels bureau chief nikos christodoulakis reports the meeting takes place at the end of a new round of negotiations in brussels this week among the thorniest issues are confident ago she eight or are the rights over eu she these are arriving in britain after two thousand ninety brigands compliance with eu laws union transition the access that lee is banks will enjoy lee single market and whether britain should apply for the customs union with eu after their separation with britain's governing party divided over all of these questions at breakthrough other days lance or during this week's meetings appears unlikely in buses negotiators alert us bloomberg daybreak i think the key issues hey all that theresa may basically had to commit to leaving the eu's customs union that is the issue that has triggered really everything to do with this internal fight within the tory party and jacob reesmogg sort of is very unusual really because he would have been just a simple backbench of it now because he's such a strong eurosceptic potentially a challenger absolutely i was watching on baraja but yesterday right all the andrew moore show and she was trying to play down these tensions to some extent she says that tensions are actually not as high as the media would portray them within this sort of in a core of the cabinet that that discusses what's next here four breaks at something that will also be keeping an eye on this week we have two major meetings essentially coming up this week to decide essentially whether or not britain will be part of a customs union.
"nikos" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"So it's a problem if nikos used the word queer but it's not a problem with feminine scored fuck white feminists and other women saying hey pitch i'm a boss pitch situational ethics situational ethics these people wanna like you know they want to dance they want wanna use all the hip hop slaying until it says something to them that they don't like you know you listen a hip hop you're not going to hear the same shit that you may here in your social life with your friends you listen a hip up it's sexual it's vulgar its violent it's hip hop you don't like it don't listen to it right you little protests they can a change what's going on in the mother fucking hood to quote iso cube in the class real boys in the you know know you don't show a you don't care about what's going on unless it's something you deem against you then you wanna gore twitter twitter is not the end all be your for your little fuck problems a kuwaiti wraps talk like sex maverick bow ju who drafts talk like set i'll do it puts off almost take likely hummus cisco bob only noble no matter how many girls won't be weighted you ain't done before bed oh my god we can go here we go from here than we thought of megabits with his blood nothing making it weather could not far better than your husband do we go back bathroom.
"nikos" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Who were calling that person their guru but i resisted calling anybody outside my physical salt migrate through a may see my mentor or teacher or a model and the person that came close to be called guru would say i'm not you grew at drop a deep transit go within what you know your inner girl you see that reflections on those out there who are reflecting your integral route to you when i'm i did at here's he got the first time at bob around us 'cause he does these skype 'cause i couldn't believe the you would these skype causing i sign up for wine and dairy was on my screen and i was just so shocked at of what are what i said to him was at are you might guru who who italy any response he gets his you know ramda's he gets his beaming smile on his face nikos sure on your guru now what some people need your mic who wrote in order to help pull them out of big over exposed to may be dark heavy energies in their life right and they need to my to model the the positive upper direction yes yes now but but you are in many in many interviews you eat the what you when you talk about yourself it's obviously correct me if i'm wrong it sounds as though you're implying that you chose this incarnation or that this is you do you decided to manifest is this being that you are right now i have a feeling that there was some intention and some design for my being here in this earth experience at this time time like a glimpses of fact that my being drawn to music is a carryover from the previous or another.
"nikos" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Vote that if they do that tomorrow now the word they don't care about spending they're just trying to get this done because they know they can't get to 60 their abiding by that rule they'd love to change the rule they know they can't get to sixty on on that vote so then what do you do while you kinda like like you said when you can manipulate number us here and there you're fit fit it within that one point five trillion on this bill and as we suspected all along at the end of the year in december they're going to deal with the spending bill and that is where the bloating will continue but go over the top in the spending bill nikos democrats want to spend too so in terms of spending that's not going to be a problem but and and you do this that's why they want to get this done first and he could be my question is this gary the art are they trying to make some deals i i still don't think that the democrats could on board for this tax bill but is the attempt been made to say look you know we can have discussions and december all what we're going to spat well what they're saying is on obamacare no well on the subsidies here's what they're saying if you if you do this with the individual mandate of unique part of it then the legislation that were putting together right now than that perry lamar alexander work in a bipartisan which originally was to look at obamacare in general and subsidize the insurance market but at the.
"nikos" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"So that would be know your typical issued a form they mentioned in there any kind of insignias our swords or thing you have like that so that something might wanna can take into consideration of course any of these abductions you need to reduce by any allowances that they are given to you so one of the things your wrapping up your military service if you leave the military look for work you may be able to duck some of the job research expenses and you may be too unclear the cost of travel preparing in a resume and job placement agency fees as well as moving expenses so decide to lebed military you also have the ability to take advantage of both the search for new job as well as the moving expenses related to finding that job now for tax help for members of our military you can certainly go to publication three as i talked about or you can go to the irsgov and get some assistance there is well one of these other areas i will tell you that i've that i've pointed so my customers and clients to is ns military one source military one source told police were uh uh go and get additional assistance in the event that you need it for he ambling any of your tax related questions related to the military so i hope this was helpful for everyone in because this area that more unusual area to discuss because you not not everyone is affected by this with no with it being veteran's they i thought it would be a great idea to take a few minutes of nikos discussion and again joe from asraf in our staff i just wanted to thank everyone who is serving in the military were has who has served in the military and all those people who schurbon home and that's the family members of those in need of tonga's fortunate enough that oldest son became a member of the military and so he's doing his duty and i i certainly appreciate everyone who as issues that do that ruling full as.
"nikos" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"So that would be know your typical issued a form they mentioned in there any kind of insignias our swords or thing you have like that so that something might wanna can take into consideration of course any of these abductions you need to reduce by any allowances that they are given to you so one of the things your wrapping up your military service if you leave the military look for work you may be able to duck some of the job research expenses and you may be too unclear the cost of travel preparing in a resume and job placement agency fees as well as moving expenses so decide to lebed military you also have the ability to take advantage of both the search for new job as well as the moving expenses related to finding that job now for tax help for members of our military you can certainly go to publication three as i talked about or you can go to the irsgov and get some assistance there is well one of these other areas i will tell you that i've that i've pointed so my customers and clients to is ns military one source military one source told police were uh uh go and get additional assistance in the event that you need it for he ambling any of your tax related questions related to the military so i hope this was helpful for everyone in because this area that more unusual area to discuss because you not not everyone is affected by this with no with it being veteran's they i thought it would be a great idea to take a few minutes of nikos discussion and again joe from asraf in our staff i just wanted to thank everyone who is serving in the military were has who has served in the military and all those people who schurbon home and that's the family members of those in need of tonga's fortunate enough that oldest son became a member of the military and so he's doing.
"nikos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"July nikos christodoulakis has more from luxembourg the averts that each of a default by the wasn't the strong enough for the international monetary fund who say that the concept that sustainable and this likely not sufficiant for the europeans for the bank to start buying getting bonj some cloudy because even though critics who got you that the gun bush kick down the road again and the decision was convincing enough for greece chassis beauty gained the rational in verse though she and thus finally escape bassac rachel which bailouts nikos alert us bloomberg news luxembourg and we'll go live to luxembourg to talk more about this story and to talk about why the imf isn't signing up to this bailout agreement at this moment speaking of the imf the international monetary fund has said that the euro areas economic recovery has gained momentum however it did warned that some of the region it's high debt countries may face difficulties when monetary policy accommodation is reduced at the same time the fun cautioned that inflation expectations remain subdued with core inflation at undesirably low levels now hey in the uk prime minister theresa may's conservatives have reached an agreement with the democratic unionists on thursday at least on the bull principles for the next queen's speech which takes place now next week outlining the government's legislative agenda meanwhile theresa may faces growing outrage over the london tell a fire beanbags alex malice has the details the deal boys the criminal time if she tries to finalise a longer term agreement with the dup that will allow her to govern after last week's election wiped out a majority may also announced a public inquiry into a fire in a west london tobrok the may have killed dozens of people anger is rising in the district kensington that the block didn't have specified protections despite residents complaining for years that it was unsafe so far seventeen people unknown.
"nikos" Discussed on How to Start a Startup
"One of the motivations why i wanted to work on robotics nikos in case of robotics it's wait closer to their system that we cared about so what i mean by that for eastern let's say you would like you're about to creeper scrambled eggs for you and so the question is so how how should they build their reward and in computer games actually seen a nice thing is the are getting reward extremely frequently so let's say anytime you kill an enemy or let's say want di it's quite great about in case of scrambling acts it would mean or their way help people right through words for systems it would mean these spence from hand threat and then let's say somehow you have to quantify what's then if the ag it's the if you're able to crack open an egg are let's say if that and if you fridays sufficient the and how to how to kind of went defied turns out to be extremely difficult and the also there is no way even three said the system how the recent representing less to ikea these are like a boom dement all issues and their reason the why i'm personnel interested in robotics its finger that actually these challenges will tell us how to solve so would start by defining a couple things so what is artificial intelligence is machine learning and then what is deep learning okay they start pretty good and if these are pretty good questions so artificial intelligence is actually extremely brought the it's the extremely broad domain and mushin' their nick is sup part of these thumbing and essence artificial intelligence consist of any writing any self toward that tries to solve some problems through some indulgence it might be hand code that a solution rules ruled by system.