18 Burst results for "Pilkington"
"pilkington" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"So Nicholas glad to have you back on a making the business case episode. . We're GONNA talk about kind of ease of deployment at finding ways to integrate into existing enterprise workflows. . Before we do that, , you know your work, , a drone deploy vary some clients. . It's a much more robust kind of integration of the client's talent in your your talent of the clients tack and your tech others are plugging in playing it as a software. . Can you address that gradient for folks that aren't familiar with your? ? Business. . Absolutely I think when it comes to machine lending, , you've got this kind of spectrum of sophistication among our customer base. . There are some customers that have their own in house machine lending teams in training their own models they're got these models in hand and they're coming to join the boy saying, , Hey, , we need to plug this into our existing workflow. . And in those cases, , our role is a company is to make sure that we're providing the flexibility withdrawn deploy software that we can plug into accustomed existing workflow without disrupting, , everything and bring that kind of machine learning intelligence and efficiency gains to their whole workflow. . On the other end of the spectrum, , there are customers that less familiar with machine learning they still want to benefit from those those machining products and there are role is is actually take on the machine learning. . Task and to provide new machine learning based tools within drone deploy that just surfaced to those customers so where they would ordinarily just be performing vigilant SPEC with drums. . Now, , vision inspections are machine learning powered and they're much more efficient than they're highlighting issues automatically. . So we WANNA service on both ends of the spectrum there and I think the reality is still in twenty twenty production sizing machine learning tools is still a challenge is software that kind makes it easier and making. . Things more commodities, , but it's not just about training the model. . It's not this kind of fire and forget process. . We set something up once and then it just works forever. . It's really this kind of its ration- of getting something working, , adjusting retraining, , and it's all of that kind of integration work and the support for that whole model running in production that we want to provide to make it easy for our customers and I wanna go into what those elements are of making. . That production model work because that's the nitty gritty I think the business crowd who didn't go to Carnegie. . Mellon. . For Data Science they might have gone to you know working for business could really use some detail on but just just to flesh this out and put this in context drone deploy obviously you folks use drones is it primarily for Infrastructure Inspection Nacre? ? Should we frame your company in sort of a little bit of a wider sense here? ? So people know what you? ? Yeah, , we actually operate across industries. I . think Lodges Three Industries Are Construction. . Agriculture energy but there's this huge long tail of use cases in drums. . There is vehicle infrastructure this session rescue operations mining in aggregates just I think at this point, , we're finding that almost any industry in some way benefit from aerial imagery. . Got It in that context of training algorithms and deploying models in that world, , you know we we could talk about you know inspecting some kind of oil and gas equipment. We . could talk about inspecting crops. . Imagine you folks work the whole gambit there what are those real considerations for deploying models? ? Again, , we want to make this as easy as we can. . Especially, , you know you do <unk>, , you're selling the stuff. . So you WANNA be able to get this up in working for clients as quick as possible. . What are the factors that really have to fit into play that are sometimes quite challenging but you gotTa. . Work through them. . To actually make deployment work. . Absolutely I think the I is the is typically the machine learning problem that you're looking to solve how bespoke and how customers is there a bunch of very common patents in machine learning. . If you're looking for objects in an image, , you're looking to classify an image as good bad or exhibiting a problem or not exhibiting a problem. . There are kind of cookie cutter approaches to those sort of tasks in machine learning I. . think that's withdrawn. . Deploy can do an excellent job off the shelf by providing a bunch of machine learning technology that appliance can just plug into straightaway and reap the benefits of. . On. . The Mole bespoke side if you're digging deeper into these different verticals and more specific problems in more nuanced machine lending. . Solutions then I think it's much more of an iterative process and that's where. . John apply will typically deferred those customers to really understand that the main that trying to solve this problem and how to bring machine lending solution into production, , which usually involves getting a model up and running running on some type of infrastructure which drawn deploy can take care of, , and then working to improve what that typically means is letting it run assessing the outputs, , making corrections and retraining it and I think that's one of the pots of deploying machine lending solutions in production as typically overlooked. . A lot of people think that it's it's a one off process whereas it's an ongoing investments to build and maintain improve machine learning solution and I think that's where having let drone imagery in one place making it accessible to these customers. . Machine learning models plugged into the workflow from the beginning. . Makes that a lot more compelling a lot
Building AI Products That Clients Actually Use - with Dr. Nick Pilkington
"So Nicholas glad to have you back on a making the business case episode. We're GONNA talk about kind of ease of deployment at finding ways to integrate into existing enterprise workflows. Before we do that, you know your work, a drone deploy vary some clients. It's a much more robust kind of integration of the client's talent in your your talent of the clients tack and your tech others are plugging in playing it as a software. Can you address that gradient for folks that aren't familiar with your? Business. Absolutely I think when it comes to machine lending, you've got this kind of spectrum of sophistication among our customer base. There are some customers that have their own in house machine lending teams in training their own models they're got these models in hand and they're coming to join the boy saying, Hey, we need to plug this into our existing workflow. And in those cases, our role is a company is to make sure that we're providing the flexibility withdrawn deploy software that we can plug into accustomed existing workflow without disrupting, everything and bring that kind of machine learning intelligence and efficiency gains to their whole workflow. On the other end of the spectrum, there are customers that less familiar with machine learning they still want to benefit from those those machining products and there are role is is actually take on the machine learning. Task and to provide new machine learning based tools within drone deploy that just surfaced to those customers so where they would ordinarily just be performing vigilant SPEC with drums. Now, vision inspections are machine learning powered and they're much more efficient than they're highlighting issues automatically. So we WANNA service on both ends of the spectrum there and I think the reality is still in twenty twenty production sizing machine learning tools is still a challenge is software that kind makes it easier and making. Things more commodities, but it's not just about training the model. It's not this kind of fire and forget process. We set something up once and then it just works forever. It's really this kind of its ration- of getting something working, adjusting retraining, and it's all of that kind of integration work and the support for that whole model running in production that we want to provide to make it easy for our customers and I wanna go into what those elements are of making. That production model work because that's the nitty gritty I think the business crowd who didn't go to Carnegie. Mellon. For Data Science they might have gone to you know working for business could really use some detail on but just just to flesh this out and put this in context drone deploy obviously you folks use drones is it primarily for Infrastructure Inspection Nacre? Should we frame your company in sort of a little bit of a wider sense here? So people know what you? Yeah, we actually operate across industries. I think Lodges Three Industries Are Construction. Agriculture energy but there's this huge long tail of use cases in drums. There is vehicle infrastructure this session rescue operations mining in aggregates just I think at this point, we're finding that almost any industry in some way benefit from aerial imagery. Got It in that context of training algorithms and deploying models in that world, you know we we could talk about you know inspecting some kind of oil and gas equipment. We could talk about inspecting crops. Imagine you folks work the whole gambit there what are those real considerations for deploying models? Again, we want to make this as easy as we can. Especially, you know you do you're selling the stuff. So you WANNA be able to get this up in working for clients as quick as possible. What are the factors that really have to fit into play that are sometimes quite challenging but you gotTa. Work through them. To actually make deployment work. Absolutely I think the I is the is typically the machine learning problem that you're looking to solve how bespoke and how customers is there a bunch of very common patents in machine learning. If you're looking for objects in an image, you're looking to classify an image as good bad or exhibiting a problem or not exhibiting a problem. There are kind of cookie cutter approaches to those sort of tasks in machine learning I. think that's withdrawn. Deploy can do an excellent job off the shelf by providing a bunch of machine learning technology that appliance can just plug into straightaway and reap the benefits of. On. The Mole bespoke side if you're digging deeper into these different verticals and more specific problems in more nuanced machine lending. Solutions then I think it's much more of an iterative process and that's where. John apply will typically deferred those customers to really understand that the main that trying to solve this problem and how to bring machine lending solution into production, which usually involves getting a model up and running running on some type of infrastructure which drawn deploy can take care of, and then working to improve what that typically means is letting it run assessing the outputs, making corrections and retraining it and I think that's one of the pots of deploying machine lending solutions in production as typically overlooked. A lot of people think that it's it's a one off process whereas it's an ongoing investments to build and maintain improve machine learning solution and I think that's where having let drone imagery in one place making it accessible to these customers. Machine learning models plugged into the workflow from the beginning. Makes that a lot more compelling a lot
"pilkington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Excited about go on the I take it that easy as well. You Watch these things that easy. You just have a little bit of Charter Star. What did you do for a living? You got versions enjoy that they do. You have a little chat and you just get on and you know and play to the crowd carver. Not and you don't have to pretend you got it if they lose either. Because you know you've gotta you gotTa go. GotTa go is what you could've won. Never Mind You keep the copyrights soon knows Craig Thomas. Who knows what we'll see what happens in part three car for two. Thanks for some reason to leave. The currency comes to a nice hotel. Yeah we'll take my love to say he's like learn and episode is done and what an episode did enjoy our was. I think that's what we need. The joy of Maine Oprah call is. There's no point pilot too much. He never know what you can get. And you're going to go off road sometimes and you're GONNA go down some conversational coldest socks but you just have. A RECALL IS GREAT COMPANY. And he's always always welcome back on this podcast sub massive. Thank you to call and a massive. Thank you to you for downloading and listening and tell you what if he can't help us out financially. 'cause I understand I do understand that you know were about being know how much myself graph love what we do. And we've had all the live shows cancelled. Which is you know why we're going to try to instagram. Live to bring the British back on. But if you call it suppose on patron right. Going gone spread the word. Go and tell some friends go. Do you know what you stuck in your awesome listen to conversations with people. I mean you have to dress up a bit more than that doesn't sound interesting. Does you'll Perino site that and the saints. Somebody who never shows hope I know I know speaking showing up. I'm GonNa do that now what I want you to do until next week. Look out for the INSTAGRAM. Live time and date feed is GonNa come through a little announcement. Talia joins Graham. When I've got gas soared I will let you know until then stay indoors. Stay SAFE STAY SOUND. Do Look after yourself and thank you again so much for download and subscribe and I've Been Great Parkinson in does as been produced a graph also in does and this has been the to show podcast. You take to shop. Podcast is presented by me. Craig Parkinson record produced by Thomas Griffin for splicing blocks on music. Up Really is courtesy often seconds which is..
"pilkington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"We wanted to go on this lease so out Craig. He's out and thus the minute as kind of like at quite WanNa do something. You know that people are going to be going to do that again. So all right well do that again. Because I've done it and have changed. So maybe I've just got to stop. I've maybe I've just gotTa go me. Fifteen minutes is up if we've already established const up because you've gotta do somethin' and find out what the reason anything. There isn't anything out this moment in time. Got Me Origami a maybe. It's not worked create. Maybe works dried up. Maybe I've just got to do something but the thing is you've more or less always create your own work really anyway and I nope. Maybe maybe that's it. Maybe I've I've built everything dry of what I can do. Because I'm not a keeps cropping up Stephen Fry or wherever ACCAN- account do anything I'm even limited georing promotion and all that do you ever after. Yup. I was thinking about it because I heard you during the promotion series to your actually no because I remember. She didn't really like it during the first. Here's the thing about US promotion. You kind of talk about it a little bit. And then he goes off on another tangent which is Great. Because you feel more comfortable. Not then then. I'm told don't do that. You talk about Y- yeah yes like because you've got a nice history. Yes Oh it was nice. It's just it's just John. He pulled out a big part of the job now. No I don't do social media so if you can't promote what you do people are kind of like. Do you want him to do anything new. Because he doesn't really promote I. I can't put stuff out there. And they find it but he's so much stuff now that if you not some gop shy who never shows the folk on social media then you don't stand a chance because no one knows you've even done anything off the time do you think is just saturated. So it's just not the world different. Everything is on demand and so much of it that out. Does anyone know I'm doing but the way we talk about changing a lot over seven to ten years no lot the way we consume telling different completely changed now? No one's gone. I'm going out but I'm going to tape it and then I wanNA come back right. It's on the list list of things I'm going to think about before that before typing when he's like you know Thursday night Dali Jr. It was everybody was. I wasn't a big. You know what I mean not tonight but those things those coined the phrase war or cola moments that there are a thing of the past. Now I don't no no one's altogether watching it and there's no there's no twenty five million people watching eight just spread out so accom- yeah I can. I'm not good at that side of it and I think that is part that GIG. These days you don't feel settled second time around though now come do honestly say can you go on shows and stuff and you know. I like this. We sat in a room. We're having a shower. Didn't know audience on this morning. This morning was hours that that's not bad because I've been on their law and they're always a decent and there's not loads of people can't do anything with the crowd. I cannot do a crowd and I don't even know why there is a crowd to these because I think in fact you've don't chance in front of the Jew thing when you do a chat with someone in front of a crowd do you think he's as good as when he's not deny us to find it quite uncomfortable. Because I've used to fail. I'm I'm on my focus. Is there to lie while the host there but then I've got this loads of people out there watching. I don't really know what to apply. Airdrop lay out. I just WANNA I just WANNA stop. I don't like and nothing's no show is real anymore. Seems all about laugh. So all about getting to laugh. Graham Norton massive. Show everything but he's kind of what's your anecdote this week. You never the old days of Parkinson when it was a chart here. That doesn't happen. Tony Style. Same thing quite early brief could be quite serious and was in audience. Logan wasn't old navy. Now if the audience is like the data we and there was an audience on park is well if it was again as you sign about change completely different style of show. Yeah to like something you know. Even I mean there's an audience for the one show but I mean now he sold is kind of right. Thanks combing you. Got Two minutes tells. A funny story all sank down now. Yeah I don't I don't care so I can't do that sort of thing. But did he fail? More settled filmon series. Two than you did to say he's never settled. And maybe you shouldn't be settled. People have told me that you shouldn't be comfortable. You should always be on edge so you get the best out of your Limbaugh Otto now. I wish I could enjoy some of it when we weren't film and it was worrying about in the next scene when we finish that day. I'm worrying about the next day stuff when I'm doing it. I'm worrying if it's good enough if he's making sense and because you've got that chance to can we do it again. Can we do it again? You into again. There's no time wherever. So he's yeah. I honestly driving air today. I was thinking what a big fan of southern Griffin. When when when you for you to not big Fun of Light Challenge Challenge. Tv Love Watching Bullseye. I was like you could do something. Like Bullseye. Could Bring Bullseye Code. And then it was like but I don't want the live audience. There does does not program after our F- a live audience the therefore going back to change again that did of a live audience. Let's audience been the audience off Cape cheaper anyway because you don't need a big studio donate a warm up. You don't need a warm up. You don't need maybe. Even people will be bad at the dance because they haven't got a crowd of fifty people watching. There's no need I don't understand a TV shows. I've audiences now. I don't know why the their empire annoyances because I'm going to show if they want an audience because he's point me off tipping point hasn't gone audience as now just Ben Shepard. The three or four people put a well dawn. You've once and Grand Jones next time you don't need. Yeah but if you still have can laughter on the set comes exactly so get rid of the audience conned audience. Well forget we didn't we decide don't even have a audience and the one that at four. I don't know that feel comfortable. Donate look when you watch bull's eye and some wins the fucking caravan go well Don. I don't need sway fifty people. He's he doesn't need. It doesn't ease over the moon so we don't need other people clapping for Iran. Right okay so we've been the audience off been the audience. They've got questions on this and other audience PA if not all it can do. Everybody's audience our home. You want to ask questions so the audience on the twitter and facebook. Why in the audience and some people don't even get answered. They sit there all night. Ask a question. And Fiona Bruce goes yes good point thanks for that. I knew blow dungarees and the glasses. True wh what was he there for doing things on social media that questions are going to be very limited because there's only a certain amount of space that they can ask the question but then again you're going to go back to me about the email Craig O. And how much time he's wasted with clapping being gave me just doing audience. His in general go tell me what show needs an audience. I found out there the dice speaking of audience. Warm up show university challenge. Used to have a warm-up Munn audience warm a warmer since the start of a hype up the audience for university challenge of all shows. Don't get I don't talk because they are not going out for anyone about when whether they still do is another. Ma bought a dune out. Know Ted Robbins dummy tad along Walnut Manfred. University Challenge. Tough crowd as well off crowd. The things that people don't know is he's actually really really smart. Oh is he. Yeah so as soon as the east. I tend to turn the tables on the audience. David looked at him will not need it anyway. Because that's can only connect does not an audience doesn't like university challenge out questions if you're thinking about answered you want someone coughing. Maybe the audience in your off get rid of audiences so do do. Bullseye will buy new game show brand new risk a risky some of them. Have you ever since some of the daytime that you just stumbled watching though too that shit? Which one are you talking to us? O One once. I was in a hotel come back. I'm just GONNA think splits us on just trying to get to sleep. Talion always a bad move and there was one about Boland. The ODDS ARE SOLD BOWL. So you can't play along omen known as well unless you've got a pointless now alike ally detecting part thing. Tipping point is good and quick partners have an audience. The Mike it a why you do know honestly at a non to be honest and I tell you I don't like it. I know it's on because it's on after on seeks road trip every night and musically starts. I always say like five seconds of music because it's not even as they felt like Oh. I'm not in that time. I actually go. I'll be waiting to turn the fun of it but in mind. These are the one you did. House of House of cards is it Richard. Osman I haven't seen it house game all right but anyway we just telling Telliano. The point is about those without an audience. That's the point. Carl I reckon. Did you like bulls eye of course a group of Bullseye? You remember bulls eye right for those. Who didn't know soles I call? Let'S GIVE A QUICK SYNOPSIS A Quick Synopsis. Of what a Sensei? Same show Jimbo in it was it was a Dr Bald. Two of you got invited. On an Watson was one one was what was the thrower at one wall was the Noah used knowledge. So a man you throw try and get the most saw points round the dartboard nervous scored the most got to answer the question and then points make prize. You sought the pounds the town. That's else but cards. Right was points. Nobody nobody was still still. I'm sure it was Bob. Dole's don't cross the streams of constantly constantly shop the black doing as you H H. That's right yeah a closer catchphrases but the point is get rid of all that shit because there's no audience to play too and I think that was the problem Jim or his catchphrases for his for live audience to keep them happy because he was an old school. Tanner really yeah and the audience to it was all people in there. Were there for about three days to fill zones and then and just after quiz. They're not going to change. It is not going to happen. But that's how that's how my brain works. What do I am not saw a thing? Do I even want to do it? I Love Bullseye bought. Just because you watch something doesn't mean you WANNA present Auden. Ochre does do a pilot call not committed no committed. You know you can be like well op. I'm glad we've sort of come full circle. I think we should go with this idea to fill a bit but now I'm excited about go on the I take it that easy as well. You Watch these things that easy. You just.
"pilkington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"I'm just telling you I was quite. I suppose quite open to it but I never thought about it before. They won't really be something that I would do. I really enjoyed it and did you. Did you know when you when I went to Copenhagen either totally different experience? It was an old woman in McDonalds. Certain corner really old woman legs opennow Nickerson and it was horrible. It was on a stick swimming and I'm pretty sure that was Copenhagen. Well in what would your experience. Yeah you know that's what you go in there. A dead because the director I was working with was from Copenhagen and I was telling you kind of need I want something. I don't know what I want but I want to go away. And she went the Copenhagen said. Now there's a place that does this and it's dead nuys and it won't be as popular as if he's dead. Busy don't gain to a Sauna. Like reloaded fellow. Summer lesser just loads of people full. Stop because I kind of just WANNA best price and if you're gonNA do something that I just kind of want to. I want to be my yes. I don't WanNa be sat with. Ap typical talking to those things. I don't know the rules. Just lock. Now Lock the door as mine. I mean I mean if fourteen minutes now after say McDonalds and Copenhagen two years ago and I was like I say I've changed then it was kind of I. Mean Coke Copenhagen was the food like airbase bless Donald. Was that type of person who was scared of change and everything and that does I mean. The whole abroad often a lot. Lot Travel Steve. What it means to do to broaden my mind and it definitely because that was me before that's what I was like there's a Madonna as the Golden Golden Arches. Donald J. You know that was that was me. Well that's it that was me whereas now do I suppose I have changed? Maybe I could go. Copenhagen again but I've been off because I'm thinking been there and I'm thinking of that woman was I always saw the flies out of the kitchen where it was. I've never forgotten. I mean it was a sorry. It was something I've got other memory of it and all holidays about memories aren't whether good or bad or suppose so I've got hurt anyway. I think he'd be weird from its ago. Well me on just because lawsuits undoing. Does she go around as well? Then we meet somewhere in the middle. It's not I'm not. I'm just purely thinking about you into doing something different and something slightly your comfort zone trying to think about what we first start talking about about being gone. I need to do so God someone sometimes you've got to take yourself away. Remove yourself from a certain situation to Clara and see what's what I think of all the answers. I'M NOT STEPHEN. Fry Christopher Hitchens. They've probably of all the answers. I doubt they got more words to think about yet. I don't know it'll be interesting. Do you ever have people on this? Like three times. This could be seven up. You're not program what you catch up and see what what's happened. I don't I don't know what's around the corner. We'll move to Italy. What were any work planned out the mini at so of that fifty minutes thing is that up? I mean the old well that's constant in because it was constant. Think about that as time is due to sort of you know. You can't just keep going but you're not you're constantly kind of evolving then you're not allow to evolve if only don't want you to listen to people. You're obviously haven't listened to paper because you've been changing things all I know but maybe maybe now I've got arrived on a few different things. What is it I'm going to do? Are there may be other. Pick a mix you know. He's going to have a favorite in that picking mix box. They'll forrest gump thing last boxes chocolate. You still going to have a favorite chocolate in that box of chocolates and I do think the problem. I've always the things at different and for some people it's been too much of a leap and they get confused so people who watch listen to me on the podcast or watch the travel stuff and then I did secretary. Dvd's out now by the way. That's why I thought do this promote DVD. You'd have to mention it again. Let's listen tab of what to do it. Well people alike on the same. It's not same is not now. Of course it's not noble you count. You're not allowed to move about. Does that straight? Yeah really pisses me off because like I say I am changing. Go out something. New by the end of the day is the people who he saw. The you found a server who watch the stuff it watch the stuff so you can't just do what you want can you. You've gotta like stick close to what your bill. Unfortunately and the the R right when you change. You can only do little changes. Suppose suppose that. The podcast of the travel thing was saw of similar bought. The next leap is like and I tell you. We're talking about VACs before eight. James dyson yeah. If you think about 'em is the vacuum and as is the that money's an. He thought he had a change recently. Even from the socking blowing no. He went from the vox and now he's moved into air dryers pretty same so he's talking is moving to blow in pretty sustained thing and people except when he brought out the Hairdryer. It made sense to them. There's a trust there this is. The vakman was known as the back Monday. Good vox what's he doing now? Issues the Batman. What is what's he doing. He's doing something new. Always hairdryers are still. He still is electric. There so they believe they. Do you know what I mean. The trust is keeping in the same ballpark. Yes if he brought out popcorn machine go get back to get back to talking the blue. We wanted to go on this lease so out Craig. He's out and thus the minute as kind of like at quite WanNa do.
"pilkington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"You keeping indoors. Of course you are. Of course you are because you're a sensible lot well done but look. I'm not talking about that because it's you know every time we switch on the radio. Which on the tally. We read the papers. There is what we really need is a pair of escapism. And I can't think of a better way than to delve back into the mind of Mr Karl Pilkington. Who came to say as a few weeks? Back Book are gone to that in a second. Now I'll be honest with you trying times for all of us off employees work in in the arts Spoken to a lot of the podcast as as well what we're going to try. And they was going to think outside the box what we with the right for the next month. We've got your back. I've got episodes in the bank and the role kraken and a car white veto lesson after possibly before the what were thinking of doing is to plan out with an idea is to get you involved a listener and I was watching a bit of Roma Shrunk Nathan and Cheney Redknapp during his term live. Talk the other night and I thought whoa something people would want to get involved with them. We could do that. Could we saw photograph? We're GONNA work out a way how to get it sounded readiness and maybe we can record input our podcast as well. So if you haven't joined instagram. I think now would be the best time to do. So you can get joining. So the plant is that I saw a guest. So it's me on the guest on instagram will do. A talk is not going to be as in depth. It's not could be an hour. I'm thinking maybe three four minutes or something like that. We'll have a little talk and then you the listener get your questions. Ready Penghu amounts on instagram and We'll answer them. Guess will answer them so we all get involved in the conversation as that sound so keep your feeds open and ready joins. Graham get ready. We're hoping we're going to solve this within a week booked I'm GonNa once and got the guest. I will saw out a date and a time. And then I'll do a little announcement on this platform and on social media as well and then we will join and we will have a big old lovely conversation. Does that sound good loud sounds I think it could be a real bows now also a massive thank you to everybody the supporters on Patriot. And I'll pay radio list of livelihoods gone You know All productions have ceased. They've devote posed. I don't know when any filming is going to be happening again in his loud people. I know they're in the same about but also you know. Friends who will restaurants producers directors states crew crew television film all in the same boat. So if anything that you can do to help those supporting Kate. This podcast going. I understand that it's testing times for all of us and we've got a really knuckle down but if you do want suppose then.
"pilkington" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Natalie Pilkington vice president with lifestyles unlimited and Natalie overseas our vendor program if you have a question or comment for Natalie myself on number is eight seven seven seven eleven fifty two eleven eight seven seven seven eleven fifty two eleven or feel free to email me at ask Mike it L. U. I. N. C. dot com that's ask Mike at L. U. I. N. C. dot com so Natalie when we left off we were talking about what it takes to become a vendor with lifestyles unlimited once you pick that back up and maybe also go into the responsibility of anyone what they should do when hiring a vendor or deciding to work with one of our vendors. well yeah that's a great question I think a vendor whether they're in our program or not is good until they're not and their people do they have stuff that goes wrong I haven't fallen contractor I love one time. solid guy other than as well got turned upside down went through a divorce and he just he now he's gone down really quick on the with that being said it anytime you're hiring any vendor whether they're in our program or not all we run your business it is a business your diligence guitar award a contract understand I am wind understand cost per hour if it's a professional don't expect things for free run it like a business and have that conversation with them and put it in writing everything in writing contracts and change orders I just I can't stress that enough and that's the question and if you're not familiar with build on what to do going by what the average cost of a you know like they say something what the average cost of but if they you know they can get a ball park on pricing or reach out the lifestyle then we can help you on a few things just to give you ideas of questions to ask like is it priced appeared of that matter or is it the warranty or what are we looking at when we're talking about foundation alright things you need to do your diligent run your business. right in in in a big part is our vendors are there to help they really enjoy helping and it's just part of the bigger lifestyles unlimited model we're all here to give back in and help one another but you're right if it's not in writing I would say if it's not in writing it didn't happen so it's not real it everything needs to be in right on. and we've got more doors go ahead. one would think it's turned around is betting our vendors we don't that vendor you are the business on our Boettcher vendor so you need to make sure now most of our vendors are are good guys you can go read comments you can see on the housing rating system on the L. you into Bender dot com web page you can go there and you can see what other members experiences the band but walked were growing and helping you mentoring bring your business we're also hoping the contractors all helping other people grow their business and they go through growing pains they they have other issues that come out so we just try and and if there is anything that's going on trying out the communication be better and get the job finished so that's that's really I think that the biggest picture of everything don't just take it back be in your business and expect somebody else to run it because our vendor of lifestyle or because the referred from a friend or because they they were advertising on a different service or something always do your diligence and run your best. right right I think we're kind of go in there with mentors if there is a problem or any kind of concern always reach out even if they're not a vendor of lifestyle I'm help members get money back but did you have a credit card what did you do how did you do this what do you have in writing here's what you do yeah how you resolve and call the issue that just because we sing a lot so it's a good thing. right we're not we're not telling lifestyles unlimited members that you have to be. legal experts are construction experts or experts in lending programs we've got mentors that will answer questions and our vendor list is essentially to list really said Hey these are folks that we have used in the past and you can read the comments you can go to the vendor there's the vendor break out on the website as a member you can go there and you can read the comments of the experiences from other members and that's that's helped me a lot in fact it's been invaluable and so you're about to hire somebody you want to see what other people's experiences are with them but at the at the same time I think our vendors really strive to go above and beyond and do a great job so that they do get that good rating or that good comment on on our web page. yeah Sir Ian on it. I think that the ability of. right everything is as we are diligent I mean it's it's business everything is business and don't don't get lackadaisical and it's basically the bottom line. right right run it it's a business so Natalie I understand change gears a little bit that we've got a big announcement we just signed a pretty large vendor nationally to our program do you want to share the news with our listeners on that. I'm so excited I've been working hard I'm growing national for the national.
"pilkington" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Listening to the business. Happy hour with Frank Oto. Ryan Pilkington and Doug Ford. Now back to the show guys. Welcome back to the business. Happy hour we've been talking with John g west he is the writer director of human zoos if you guys have not looked it up. Check it out Google. You can watch it online. I'm share Ryan's already. Picked it up twice. Ryan. Where did you watch the document is watching for free? If you're an Amazon prime customers, even better Amazon prime full streaming HD, but John's very very interesting gas. We were talking before the break about evolution. And he was enlightening me and breaking down how how some of this actually worked John? We've got a couple of minutes left with you. I want people to definitely watch the documentary at the I think it opens your eyes to a lot of things. And and we do appreciate the way. Differentiate between the outright. And you know, the Trumpers and all that. And we understand that. It's a it. It may be a small group of people. But what what else do we want our listeners to take away from this? You know, this is a dark chapter in American history with the thing that happened to ODA Banja, which is which is interesting to see how we put them on display, Doug. And I were talking about we saw that movie the greatest show in which talks about Pt Barnum, and I understand he had a role in some of this at one point. But if the movie's accurate, he changed his mind, and it became a celebration of humanity. Airbus Pt Barnum is a great guy in American history culture. But that film does airbrush it really wasn't quite empowering people in the one. Actually, he had a human. He had someone an African American who he dressed up as part that he put he called up to what is it? It was probably his most famous exhibit, and that was left out of that film. And you did this right after Darwin published on the origin of species to capitalize on this. And so he did it for decades. And this. That was locked out of the greatest show in the film. So people can hear the the other exhibit in greatest showman. They can learn about interesting. Okay. Doug, and I are asking right. He hadn't seen it. We had seen and we're like a wonder if it was paying a differently. Sure. Movie fashions. Yeah. They're always it's always there's always an angle. It was it was definitely good. So so John, what are we wanna leave the listeners with year about the human zoo? Yeah. I think the fundamental thing even dealing with the scientific racism. It's today without getting lots of issues, but whether it be climate change, or or whatever else, we have lots of people who are always saying experts say this, and if certain experts say this, no one can question them or discuss it or they're down. And I think the human zoos tail is a cautionary tale expert knowledge is needed, but experts can be wrong. Right. And we really should value people raising questions, even when it comes to expert knowledge and not just being shut up. Because like I said what you Janik, for example, the Catholic church. One of you mentioned they were the biggest opponents of eugenics and forced sterilization, America. And they would be rated at the time by scientists for being anti science because they were anti force through vision. Well, I think we all would have been better off if they had been allowed to articulate their views a little more than I think today when anyone says. You have to shut up because well, you don't have the background I house even after question. I think in my own mind. This is for me personally. I think that is not very good for free. No, we agree. That's a good point too far too much now, and I hate to generalize. But it's the left is more of a shot everybody up, and if you're not with us, you're not right. And it's sad that we we see this on college campuses. We see this in everyday society that there's there's no discourse anymore. And I couldn't agree with you more experts are needed. But experts are not always correct. So I think that's a great takeaway for everybody does have to have an open mind and be willing to challenge. The thought, you know, if you're not willing to if you're not willing to dig deep, then I'm sorry. But you're you're you're lacking. I don't just go along with what people tell you exactly to do your own research. Right. Right. So John, I appreciate having you on man. You've been a great guest. And I'm going to have to watch the documentary myself Ryan's are stat guy. So he brought me up to speed as best. He could. Thank you. Yeah. We'll check it out. Sounds fun. Yeah. Yeah. Be like fun guest to and you fit right into the molten. And we appreciate your opinions and coming on, and we ever have another opportunity will definitely invite you on to talk about some of this with us. Thanks, john. So everybody that was John g west director of human zoos, check out that documentary and feel free to chime in on our Facebook page about it as a heated debate going to watch this night. I would I would I would definitely watch it. I'm gonna watch it. I think that's what's interesting about the alt-right in in that a lot of the views a lot of the people that they actually talk about in the alt-right are really not Republican at all they're they're more socialists than anybody else. And so it's it's strange how it's gotten to this point. It's like a they're confused about what these people really are. No, I think all right. I think is really more fascist and socialist, then Republican. I mean, they're not Republicans should be no correlation there shouldn't be left friend duck. What do you think? Doug was.
"pilkington" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The business happy hour with frank oto ryan pilkington and doug ford now back to the show all right we are back here with the soon to be now don't forget you gotta come out and vote for because it's a tight race it's really close to for these three votes attorney general of florida banjar but not before she finishes the land is green so i didn't know much about linda screen but so we're unacknowledged door my son is is where fsu all these women lying out on towels waterfall and frisbees are being thrown out dogs are jumping toward the tour guide stops and has everybody face landis screen of course my son stops listening to anything she say of course and i'm just sitting here going isn't he catching this is clearly not fair doesn't happen not fair what you're talking about that we go to walk off and i looked grabbed the tour guide and i said do you guys do this on purpose because i really feel like remember them doing that for me with my to florida i went to florida's day can you say no to to people yeah and give them some tips brains as maybe some beach volleyball you know you got to connect with them somehow so where did you choose has he chosen yet he is he goes to florida that you're strong influence no actually no i stayed out of it yeah and then the whole family stayed at it as well florida is an amazing school it really it really is i i tour them all as well i felt i felt like florida state had more of a college feel it's beautiful stunning campus and what is not a smart you know really pretty you absolutely it's an amazing school and academically it's it's it's right near the top institutions in the nation it your support florida school i in fact in fact i think we are so fortunate in florida we have such good schools here a system we've had leaders that have really tried to make that a priority completely agree i completely agree so kids have great choices let me jump to the news real quick and then we're going to go into ashley's platform to hit her with those hard questions the number one thing that i wanted to mention this is the number one but it's the most local thing we've got there's a base where student bayshore high school brought a gun to school and now they're accelerating the backpack policy in schools which we thought was you know not not not a bad policy if you don't have a backpack you can't hide it but this guy had it on his waistband i mean how are you gonna stop that metal detectors detectors there you go and doug you have a story about school you drop your daughter off this morning but did you see outside of school well i mean i just noticed every school i drove by the pat a police cruiser parked in front like on the grass you notice there's a police cruiser there yeah i've never noticed that before his nose to recently yesterday and today our good buddy grady judd actually said that last friday was the last day that would not be parked in the front on the grass so it was noticeable when i saw my son off school this morning yeah he noticed two police officers standing in front of the school and he goes what are they doing here oh okay they're just here to you you don't see a police cruiser sitting in front of the school at all they'll they'll park on the side or somewhere but it was right in front but it's interesting your son's eight their mine and they're very you know at that age difference not only that but they actually did the active school shooter drills at our elementary school so i don't know if your son school did that but so you.
"pilkington" Discussed on Doughboys
"Preda scrotum as a concept is existed for yes this is the first penis and scrotum transplant is what i was trying to being has concept it's exhausting the start of right right maybe not named as such but yes so the so the so my concept for an idea based off of this is is is it's called dead dick and it's a guy like gets his dick blown off and he gets a penis transplant but it's from a killer and so then it starts to infect his brain and he starts to go crazy it's kind of like hands yeah this is a this is this exact thought came out of karl pilkington seven to ten years ago who is resembling known as the moron exact bitch because they were talking about whether he was talking about getting a head transplant looking down and seeing different dick yeah and then then it just turned into what if the dick was haunted you came up with the idea that the fool that's right but it's a great idea with it and i let's go all right nichols to be fair when you said i don't really know what happens but i liked the title title of dead day i feel like people would watch that movie you know here's what here's what it is right it's it's some sort of like he gets off on a tech this it's a serial killer right he gets off on a technicality.
"pilkington" Discussed on WFLA News Radio
"To the business happy hour with branko ryan pilkington and doug ford now back to the show all right guys is our last segment i know you want more so make you find us on our podcast on the iheart radio website and we're going to push boosted through facebook today busted busted boosted if i heard had there there's there acts together they give us the six o'clock hour or two i guess but hey you know if you guys are listening in studio and we'll give out the studios phone number for you guys to call and say we want more business happy i can we forget that rush guy though riley the six o'clock hour who is on the show that's a call iheartradio in tampa and tell them you want the business happy are not gardening at six o'clock hydroponics all right never mind i'll start watching that one so we're gonna get into the sting rate of ice in just a minute but we almost forgot to talk about one of the biggest news stories it's out there it's the amazon donald trump postal service fiasco here okay so so here's what i know about it all right in our statistician ryan's gonna jump in but the the apparently amazon or the postal service made an agreement five years ago for ridiculous a good price for amazon to get all their stuff shipped to our door and that agreement is about to expire at the end of the year in the story goes that the postal service is losing money on every single package yeah it's it's actually set but ryan you looked it up to to get some some truth to this that's actually the lone bright spot for for the postal services parcel deliveries right the the post office has lost seven or sixty five billion dollars since oh seven so they they have not had a prophet of many years and it has nothing to do with amazon it's because e mail i mean you think of it their email destroyed the postal service there their their their volume is down i think it's half what it used to be.
"pilkington" Discussed on WWL
"That time of game was two hours and fifty seven minutes they paid in front of they played in front of a paid attendance ten thousand five hundred and thirty to sixty degrees and beautiful at the time of first pitch was spectacular night he gets his fourth win of the season he's now four and three connor pilkington falls to one and four with the laws has again started out for the tigers he had a rough first inning without allowing he gave up a leadoff double the start off the game but pitched out of that any he went six and two thirds allowed three hits only one earned run you had four walks and ten strikeouts has faced twenty seven batters and retired twenty three of them john kodro's came in to finish up the seventh inning he gets credit for that third inning of work he didn't allow any hits or runs he had no walks or strikeouts nick bush came in to throw a perfect eighth he faced the minimum and retired excuse me he did have one walk but no strikeouts he's still allows no runs or hits and todd peterson went the final inning he pitched one inning no ron's or hits he had to strike outs and looked very good nick bush by the way is up to eight scoreless innings and arose score by innings no score in the first the tigers would strike first in the bottom of the second inning with a single run and then again in the third went zach watson would lead off that frame with a solo home run out to left field no scoring again until the top of the six where the bulldogs would fight back but they're only run of the game on the board but the score was two to one heading into.
"pilkington" Discussed on WWL
"And downs it's just the nature of our sport you can't win them all and the last two games we haven't scored runs we scored zero runs on sunday against vanderbilt one run on tuesday night against you will and if we could just generate a little bit more offense we could won both of those ball games so can't do anything about the games in the past but we still have more than half of the season left and we gotta keep improving now we've lost we lost as you know to do to injury two of our very best offensive players in josh myth and brand broussard's most clutch hitters and good base runners and they're very good offensive players but we're but we're without him so we can either sit around and feel sorry for self and make excuses or we can pick ourselves up by the bootstraps and find a way to get it done and and we're going to get it done and that's the choice we have to make and but we have to improve in order to be a better offense if team and there's a lot of little reasons why i think we we haven't been hitting as well as we should and i think we're capable of doing better so we worked on it a lot yesterday and i know our players are good kids and they work hard and here's just sometimes when the game starts i forget about the things you work with them in practice about and and they lose their approach at the plate so hopefully tonight they'll they'll be back in it we're facing a really good pitcher tonight in pilkington and we know the challenges they are so hopefully first of all zach hassle pitch great force and keep them to a low run game to give us a chance to win as you remind me all the time regardless of record you guys play great competition and.
"pilkington" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I was criticizing the class thinking only from my perspective he says his thinking has evolved he'd never really considered what students of color could get out of the white racism class or do think that's why i've lost a couple of friends because like i'm white maybe i shouldn't say anything and pilkington gives ted thornhill and his white racism class credit he says the whole episode sparked discussion on campus about deep seated issues that have never been directly addressed before but pilkington's opinion of thornhill class name hasn't changed he still doesn't like it and he doesn't regret saying so feel strongly about identity politics and so i was sort of i needed to say something thornhill says people like pilkington need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable basically need a more candid discussion these conversations on raising racism they can't be predicated on white people's comfort they need to be done on folks of colors terms and that means an unvarnished candid in your face kind of way that's truthful and thornhill says he knows that can be tough because he's been called out for sexist comments but he says he didn't get defensive he stayed quiet and apologized for the world rupa shenoy you can hear an extended version of the story on our other podcast subscribe to it on apple itunes stitcher or however you get your podcasts.
"pilkington" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I was there constantly reminding him of this stuff in and sometimes it was a little much for him i think the idea that uh somebody could implant and instruction uh you know this is a some other kind of intelligence you're not supposed to know about this don't tell anybody about it i mean we now know that in the abduction scenario but it's a legitimate question to ask whether or not the whole thing was made up at implanted by intelligence agencies as so i don't know just yeah in their own said i think uh uh follow that line of reasoning be good it's it's something that we have to be considered a possibility it personally i don't think it's like we did it could all be related to that i knew string theorists simply too many contacts too many people too much for a variety of g oh too much variation once described over much too large of a geographical area because we're talking about the entire earned basically and i just i just don't see it i but i do think it's quite possible then a certain amount of it is coming from when i see it i mean uh abduction phenomenon a certain amount of this phenomenon i think it's very possible that some of that is coming from the government i i guess uh i guess we even we can even see that with certainty because of some things that have come out uh including uh what came out in um jacques villeneuve has written about some of this uh meraj men uh by mark pilkington documents some amazing examples of this we're uh uh let's see for example the uh air force intelligence eight phones he um actually uh you know that story the i do yeah we we've talked about it i mean they infiltrated a ufo organizations cia included uh um even became elected officers and some of the organization spied on you off over searchers and spread this information stories we're talking with david bore about his book no return you off ball duck shen or koeberg operation when we come back we'll open up the phone lines amer and lake in palma from mateen seventy lucky man take us into the break this staying the most powerful names and talk are heard right here on talk radio six eighty wcbm baltimore.
"pilkington" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The the corporate state as it were there's a a rightwing alliance that has been put together ed pilkington a wrote about this for the guardian in fact the headline of the article this is from by the end of august its august 30th uh the headline of the article is right wing alliance plots assault to de fund and defang america's unions and uh apropos of that there's this group it's called the statepolicy network this is the the new thing funded by the petro billionaires it's 66 state based thinktanks they call them idea factories have a budget of a combined annual budget of eighty million dollars according to this article uh it's slogan his state solutions national impact and uh as as ed pilkington rights the uh the group outlines name to construct a rightwing hegemony throughout the united states working from the bottom up to do that a first has to sweep aside the public sector unions and their historic ties to democratic and progressive politicians and uh how are they going to do that they say we have a once in a lifetime chance to reverse the failed policies the american left we are primed right now to deliver the fatal bro blow to permanently break the the left's stranglehold on our society so what is that fatal blow well it comes right along in the next paragraph big government unions are the biggest sources of funding and political muscle for the left and a major obstacle to the ability of voters reclaim control of american government to win the battle for freedom women's take the fight to the union's statebystate uh they say the target of the unionbashing quote is to defunding defanged one of our freedom movements most powerful opponents the government unions we're talking about permanently depriving the left from access to millions of dollars and dues since act ten by the way the one of the first states they to the sin was in wisconsin scott walker basically criminalised publicsector sector unions didn't criminalize he he you know is the right to work for less for publicsector unions you don't have the pair union dues but the union has to provide you with services and ask for vijay would legal services so you.
"pilkington" Discussed on Pop Shop
"And they really stick with you and your usually videos lucky to have one or two of those moments but jeremy has maybe dozens it's it's a pretty pre profoundly visual video and pressure uh ed just want to say that if you know if you're listening any do you think that the video like kind of comes off cheesy nowadays like you got to see that original version of the video because yes l art i write their seat there seems like eddie headbanging and seasonably miming putting a gun to his head and they're also just like shots lingering shots of a gun and it yeah it's so on the nose and it's so cheesy and iraq gives you an appreciation for you know what a subtle in in kind of artistic thing them are kind to deal with this other video uttar be as you mentioned other the circle certainly the thing about the video that generate the most discussion when it came out in years later and especially at the end of the nineties with above the columbine massacre and a number of other kind of school shootings that that really dominated the news was that the videos ending which originally as film by mark pilkington uh had jeremy now he will you strolled in the classroom he throws the youth or snapple to the teacher and then he sticks a gun is not the pull the trigger and you can see it fairly explicitly in the original version but mtv than one air that for survivors reasons and so they uh you know the kind of settled on a compromise edit where you see jeremy he stands for the class he he raises something in closes his eyes any any he could see him kinda clinching and then the lash out of the video or at least of lush on classroom is a shot of the kids in the classroom kind of reacting to what whatever he did which never actually see they've got blood on their shirts near images are kind of frozen and i remember having numerous debates about this back in the day does jeremy kill himself or does he shoot the rest of kids in the class and the right rib and and eric the thing that they're you know the ambiguity of that.
"pilkington" Discussed on WWL
"The and solve solvold for three and the year stolen bases mcnamee awaits news pitch outside david's account one ball one strike offensively lsu down to just nine outs remaining here three hits off connor pilkington so far tonight number of walks but unable to find home plate idea pitch of the game for lang the one want outside corner called strike with a curveball on its wanted to tigers have out hit the bulldogs three go on for this chris said despite having runners in scoring position than three of six innings on able to play one just yet it first one out mcnamee awaits the one do it in the air to right field i've having to go back diamond with roof makes the grab now of fire in the first space back quickly his saw dr certainly with a threat out there that arm and right field but sudan now his josh love lady the catcher over two on the night rounded out the robertson in the second and was gauntlooking by laying his last time up in the fifth inning tigers lead off the seventh with jordan sped the appears to be.