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"rana" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:53 min | 2 months ago

"rana" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Anita Ronnie and welcome to woman's hour from BBC Radio four. Good morning. We're going to be joined by a pop icon today. When you walk through and there's nothing you can do and 12 year old me can not believe that this day has arrived after 30 years Betty boo is back with a new single and Betty aka Alison Clarkson will be on the show very soon. Then, who does the DIY in your house? According to a new survey, women are more up for doing the home improvements themselves, whilst men are more likely to hire someone in to do the job. Well, I've painted walls, put up shelves, wonky shells, but put shelves up nonetheless. We'll have a DIY expert on. So if you're currently covered in paints wondering if it is the matte vinyl or emulsion, then send in your questions he can text 8 four 8 four four or email via our website or social media is at BBC woman's hour. Now there's wall to wall coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and we are all well aware of the refugees escaping the country latest figures suggest around 2 million people have left, and many of us, after watching the shocking and distressing scenes of people fleeing for their lives, would like to know what we can do to help. So how many of you are prepared to open up your homes to take in a Ukrainian family. But have a ton of questions to ask before you do so. Well, now is that opportunity? What would you like to know? Could it work practically for you? And what would you have to do? Send in your questions, maybe some of you have already taken in refugees in the past. How was that experience? What did it entail? And what were the things that came up that you hadn't even considered? You can text us, of course, the text number 8 four 8 four four. Plus, we discuss misogyny a lot on this program and how you go about changing something so deeply embedded in our culture, while Helena Kennedy QC will be here to tell us why she's recommending a specific misogyny and criminal justice act for Scotland. And also on the show, she's received 8.5 million abusive online messages. We speak to the journalist Indian journalist Rana ayub, who is currently fearing for her life. But first, my next guest has had chart success in her teens, a platinum selling debut album and has been credited as the inspiration behind the Spice Girls.

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"rana" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"rana" Discussed on VUX World

"Three two one and we are live or hello. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to the UX world where we are very close to celebrating our fourth birthday. I can't remember the exact day, but it was round about this time. So we've been here for four years and going strong, going very helpfully over the next couple of months. We've got a jam packed schedule, I think we're doing two podcasts shows a week. Starting today with a phenomenal discussion as I'm sure it will be with Rana goudreau of behavioral signals. And yeah, we're just going to get more and so we will get on with the conversation very shortly, but first, quick shout out to our presenting sponsors for this episode of video works world. It is deep gram and a symbol AI. So deep ground, if you are listening to the show and you're being tuned in for a while, then you'll probably know about the income by this point. They will present their sponsors. At the back end of last year, industry leading speech recognition automatic speech recognition. It's been used in a whole bunch of different applications and a whole variety of different use cases. There's actually businesses and products actually being built using the deep ground APIs. It's got a phenomenal performance. And it's cost effective. You can retrain it as well, which for things like create and conversational AI solutions or maybe you want to do it for something in your contact center or whatever, being able to reach reimbursed on your industry, your kind of lexicon, your language, and all kinds of stuff is crucial. And so if you're in the market for a speech recognition system, do check out deep gram. You can go to deep gram dot com slash vu X world. That is deep gram dot com slash VX world. And our second sponsor is symbol AI, simple AI have an incredible suite of technologies. Essentially it is a developer platform and toolkit, which allows you to rearrange all of the different things that they do in order for you to create your own solution. And what they do is specifically is conversational intelligence. And the possibilities we've symbolic AI are absolutely endless. I mean, one of the use cases they have is that the technology will sit inside a call and when you're doing automated outbound dial in and what it does is it listens for answer phones and it recognizes an answer for and it will just skip to the next the next call. There's a whole bunch of stuff that it does. There's so much data in the conversations that you have. As we're going to find out today, as well. There's so much data in the comments that you have and simply eye allows you to get to it extracted and make use of it. You can create agent assist capabilities with it whole range of stuff. I would definitely recommend that you check it out if you're involved in anything to do with call centers, contact centers, or trying to extract information and intelligence from the conversations that you have. That symbol dot AI symbol dot AI. Thank you very much, Dave Graham. And symbol. And if you're not subscribed to VX world yet, I may as well one more thing. Then please do subscribe every single week twice a week. We have interviews with the world's leading brands on the topics of NLP, natural language processing, voice AI conversational AI and a whole horse more. So that's the UX world forward slash subscribe and a conversation that is about to happen will be right up your if you are interested in the whole NLP space. We are trying to run a gujar who is the CEO of behavioral signals all about emotional AI, which is a topic that you can probably tell by my voice. I'm pretty excited. So welcome, Rana. Hi, Ken. Thanks for having me. Thanks for being here. I appreciate it. I really do. So Rana, you are obviously the chief exec of behavior signals, but you do all sorts of battles of things. You will invest there, you are right. You are a mentor. You do a whole bunch of things aside from behavioral signals, but so maybe as we can start with an introduction to yourself and then we can follow on that with an introduction to behavioral signals and what you do. So first of all, tell us about yourself what's your what your career being like and how did you get to create in behavioral signals? Yeah, for sure. I have to say, I mean, I've had the fortune experience to be a part of several iconic product journeys. During the early years of my career, I worked at a Logitech chronos, among others, where I was evolved in the development of some best in class products, which enjoyed tremendous commercial successes. One of the most exciting ones was the precursor of chrome steak back in the day was called Google TV. And in 2012, I was recruited to be part of a court turnaround team for an iconic company called cricketer Inc and I cricket led the initiative to build a first of its kind innovative products for the DIY community and affected the turnaround of cricketer from negative 100 million position, which was when we took it on to profitability plus 12 mil. So it's about a 112 million inhibitor in a little bit over two years. And so long story short, let me quickly build a successful IPO in 2021 that 4.4 billion valuation. So great success story. Well, I also found it a fast company called ties back in 2014 where we built some early machine learning models to predict the commodity prices in the future. And we set out to improve our kayak business processes for a very well established industry, which was especially chemicals market, we went after we built a specialized vertical sales for that. And it was an opportunity to create immediate value and a sector screaming for innovation. And we enjoyed rapid growth. We got quite by alchemy in 2016. And then I came on board as a CEO at vehicle signals in December 2019. And it's been an exciting, exciting journey since then. Wow, interesting. You said you enjoyed rapid growth. It doesn't always, I imagine there was some pressure involved in that as well though. It was all entirely enjoyable. I imagine that when you grow so fast, it's quite difficult to keep open things how was that experience? Yeah, I mean, the journey at the end of the day, you reminisce with a lot of love and nostalgia and you're excited for those memories when you're in the process, certainly there's a lot of ups and downs. You've got to go through the trust. And Ben Horowitz famous quote is very true. CEO of startup, you sleep like a baby. That is like you cry yourself to sleep every night. And so there's a lot of excitement, I'd say. It's not always good excitement. You're building something. Which is not predictable. And there's a lot of variables that you don't control and there's exciting successes and completely devastating failures. But..

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Honduras, in Diplomatic Shift, May Open China Office

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Honduras, in Diplomatic Shift, May Open China Office

"It is a hardy perennial of diplomatic discourse campaign by the people's republic of china to pluck away the few remaining countries which have chosen to maintain full relations with the republic of china better known as taiwan among the fifteen remaining countries which have embassies in taipei rather than beijing is honduras but their loyalty may be shifting honduras president juan orlando hernandez has floated the prospect of opening a trade office in china to facilitate the acquisition of covid nineteen vaccines. Well let's get the latest with. Ron omitted director of oxford university's china center. Rana thank you as always for joining us. Is this the beginning of the end for honduras and taiwan. Do you think i think it could. Well be andrew. I mean over the last decade and more the already very small number of countries in the world which continued to recognize the republic of china based momentun entire pay of course has been shrinking and of course covert nineteen has been a perfect opportunity for china to try and pick off a small number of the countries which still maintain that relationship with taipei taipei has had some opportunities to push bad so for instance they've been liaising with india to try and get hold of some of the vaccine supply that they have and diverted to some of the south american countries but the problem of course to that now is the india is going through its own horrific cove experience and doesn't have a whole lot to explore so it may be the case. The immediate medical needs push honduras and a couple of other countries to towards beijing.

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Devising a New Social Contract for Fashions Garment Workers

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Devising a New Social Contract for Fashions Garment Workers

"This week marks the eighth anniversary of the collapse of rana plaza an eight story garment factory housing thousands of workers making clothes for some of the world's famous brands which led to the death of more than one thousand people. It seems like an appropriate moment to look back at our professional summit. Closing fashion sustainability. Got where we had an in-depth conversation with a group of leading experts to address issues around workers rights in fashion supply chain ananias bhattacharjee is international coordinator at the asia floor. Wage alliance of trade unions and labor rights activists focused on addressing poverty wages and gender discrimination. He joined us from bangalore. India based in los angeles aisha barren plot another sustainability council member and and chief executive of remake the advocacy group behind the pay up campaign which highlighted brands that refuse to pay for completed orders when the pandemic hit and to set is an expert on south asia traditional arts crafts and textiles based in new delhi. She's the founder trustee of the craft revival trust these three leaders in the space around workers rights spoke to our london editor. Sarah kent at the b. o. f. professional summit before we dive into what the industry needs to do to tackle so many of these labor issues. I wanted to talk a little bit about why we're still facing. Systemic problems of labor abused an annual. I wonder if i could start with you. You know you spend your career advocating to try fix these issues. Why is fashioned still failing to protect. Its welcome fashion fast. Fashion industry or one can say really fashion industry as a whole because even when they're not fast fashion. They're mimicking the fast fashion business model. The fashion industry business model is really at the heart of the problem. And so deal that business model. It's unlikely to unlikely to see fundamental

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Jordan Says Plot Involving High-Profile Figures Is 'Totally Contained'

TED Radio Hour

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Jordan Says Plot Involving High-Profile Figures Is 'Totally Contained'

"Deputy prime minister says a coup plot has been foiled and accuses former Crown Prince Hamza bin Hussein of working with foreign parties to destabilize the country. Several high profile figures have been arrested and are in custody and Amman based journalist Rana Sway, says Hamza, who was King Abdullah's half brother. Has released a video saying he's under house arrest. He said that all communication was cut off the Internet was cut off and that he his security was Revoked his security and his family's security as well. He talked about corruption in the country on the failure off reform on the deterioration of institutions and Jordan as well. The Biden administration has expressed support for King Abdullah Jordan is considered a rare spot of stability in the Middle East.

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"rana" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"When you look at you know you know that's what we're focused not in but there are three phases. Now i look at it reaffirmed faces. The first one is before the conversation actually happens. You gotta do things. There is face where during the competition is actually happening upgrade and the third is competition ended. And now you're trying to gather intelligence insights and what you see is for the most part. Industrial focus has been in the put fish which is competition ended. Lemme understand how competition actually went in. Typically that has been taking audio taxes. You to speech engine parts of the text meaning and service. Well we'll call all the way these stacks and now you see some interesting solutions that are playing in the middle face which is hey how do i help. During the life conversation. And i guy beijing you can predict something but one of the big opportunities as a company is in the first phase which has largely been overlap. Which is hey you could do a lot of things to create value before agent. Edward pixel phone call apply or you know an agent answers the call a from from the from the customer. Who's calling ed. And that's why using intelligent biomarkers to understand conversation with rhythms and getting the right people in front of each other right so you know would we believe is that there are no good plans and also. They're no good agents agents which is a very commonly perceived industry that certainly to the good that back into the performance. What we believe is that you're talking about conversations or any landed direction. They're just good matches and bad matches. That's it so if you can make more good matches you're gonna get better business results and were looking to solve that. By focusing on these biomarkers in creating these conversational by threats that you can buy a few rations of the coup sticks of elbows enr- action and then when you do these efficient base matchmaking. You see mathematical business outcomes. So we're seeing like revenue between ten to fifteen percent just by getting the right people in front of each other and so that's That's the opportunity. Believe is the one. I'm most excited about for the financial sector. The banking industry specifically were collections. Face because that's call space it especially when it comes to conversations. That's great. well thanks. Thanks for that. That sort of gives a little rock concrete framework to see like where you're where you're focusing in and that's very very helpful. I wanna thank you so much for for being part of this. I'd love to ask you One final quick question and then giving between share where people can catch up with you We're thrilled that you're going to be joining us In the voiced end next wednesday And some of the tendons are going to have the opportunity to ask you some questions You know some of what you said already today is clearly you know an area that you're passionate about but if there were certain questions that you would love people to ask you what is your sweet spot to speak about. What would that be like. What kind of topics would you love to be able to speak on answer questions about. Yeah i mean. I have a lot of fun in general talking about a Intersex of technology in opportunity landscape specifically related to ai in other burning technologies. That enough to talk more about that also love the clock more about of journals up the experience landscape. And you know how on station way. I is having a back in that landscape. Enough talk about that as mean. I've had some amazing journeys in terms of building scaling startups and So not to talk about that as well as you know the survey clinicians words your should have portability companies enough to go there. All those things are on topics would be wonderful. Thanks looking forward to that run out. This has been so great. Can you please take a moment and share with listeners. With the viewers everybody out there in the social media channels that were on live right now and people that will hear the recording. Where can they go to connect with you. Learn more about what you're doing. Yeah so You know you could to me of different social media platforms of your preference we. It works great or the easiest display. Budapest page on a withdrawal cough. Contact us form you know. Put out why you'd like to talk ends of flake house should be in iraq in l. a. I get an email. I usually always respond if it's actually Agenda is you will hear back from me. I got to that in the would would engaged. I think that's the best way there you go. I hope you enjoyed that interview with rana and his company behavioral signals fascinating work. I'm really interested in this area. Vocal biomarkers and the implications is has not only for the sector that he's working in but also but also for for healthcare so with that Please check out the podcast show notes. You can find that on the voice in canada dot ca a website and again a quick reminder. You are more than welcome to join us. The voiced end dot com for the event today march twenty fourth at five. Pm pacific again. it is No charge due to the generous sponsorship of amazon. Alexa and google assistant are five voice. Winters are ranna. Who you just heard lots about greg. Bullish who is a solutions architect for amazon alexa. We also have brooke hawkins joining us. Who is a conversation designer at my planet. We have anna. Mackenzie who is the enterprise solutions engineer at voice flow and last but certainly not least we have jeremiah owyang who is a tech analyst in the voice space currently although he has a big history of being analyst in all areas of tech and currently he is really following these social audio space very very closely so we have a wonderful lineup of speakers. I hope you'll join us again. You get to ask your questions. Just go to the voice. Dan dot com so we will see their on wednesday. Oh be giving A couple of hints to a very very special event that is coming up subsequent to that. It'll be a first for the voice community and can't wait to share that with you so we'll see they're a wednesday today Five o'clock pacific voice dot com. Have a wonderful day hockey later..

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Schumer Joins Congressional Democrats' Call for New York Governor Cuomo to Resign

Radyo Lekol

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Schumer Joins Congressional Democrats' Call for New York Governor Cuomo to Resign

"Calling other on Governor sabotage Andrew Cuomo wit to resign. to buy guy, The two Deb lawmakers Lukey. described allegations Neil against their Fellman, fellow Democrat is credible. Kimye Rogge Here's Rana NPR's Plaza Brian Mann. Equity Six Partners women have accused Governor and the Cuomo of sexual Lady harassment or and improper she can be touching more allegations constricts he's your denied magic city A Senator coma. Schumer Say a and Gillibrand lab. They're happy. are the latest members Bacteria of Cuomo's demean own party. vendor To say the time Not has commercially come for the embattled aware. governor Bella to Shannon's go. market fip In their statement, The military, senator's praised See the women who've come that forward fed through as these brave read and said Cuomo has nobody quote lost s the confidence little of his governing aid. partners See? The and European the people A of second New York. new yen Cuomo's dig political us support off has collapsed US in recent security days. But he With said Isaiah repeatedly he Alicia won't resign. Bruckner, Catalonia Cuomo says Mavynee those calling know on this him to step down before Calgon an mentally investigation is completed Well connected by New York's attorney downtown general are quote Little reckless 80 and dangerous. affect Brian Mann downtown NPR news, Miami. According to a new poll So it's from The

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Jakub Vrana scores twice, Capitals beat Devils in overtime

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Jakub Vrana scores twice, Capitals beat Devils in overtime

"The capital's coughed up a three goal lead in the third period before Jacob Marada second goal of the night gave them a five four victory over the devils in overtime although he was kind of standing still learning who who's making a great play great last night my date T. J. Oshie ended the team wide for twelve para play drought with a deflection goal for Rana scored his first of the night on a four on four and Washington got goals from Daniel Sprong and Dmitry Orlov the caps won for the sixth time in seven games to stay two points behind the islanders for the east division lead Scott which would stop twenty five shots in his second consecutive start for the devils I'm Dave Ferrie

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Washington Capitals Blow 3-Goal Lead in 3rd, Beat Devils in Overtime

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Capitals Blow 3-Goal Lead in 3rd, Beat Devils in Overtime

"From New Jersey the capital's escape with a 54 overtime victory over the Devil's Jacob Rana, scoring of the extra session. His second goal of the night. The camps were out shot 24 7 in the final frame. They allowed three goals to let a three goal lead slip away and regulation. Capitals defeat. Meet the New Jersey Devils. 54 Doughty

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1 tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

PRI's The World

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

1 tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

"Ongoing protests tens of thousands of farmers in india are now entering their third month with no end in sight. The farmers are protesting inequality and new laws at further privatize agriculture among other grievances and they have found an unlikely ally. The pop singer rana yesterday tweeted. Why aren't we talking about this. Hashtag farmers protests with a link to an article about an indian government crackdown that included an internet blackout. Her comment went viral environmental activist. Greta tune berg is also chimed in tweeting we stand in solidarity with the hashtag. Farmers protests in

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Oshie has 3 points, Capitals open with 6-4 win at Buffalo

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Oshie has 3 points, Capitals open with 6-4 win at Buffalo

"Tom Wilson's third period goal was the difference as the Washington Capitals won for the second time in as many nights over the Buffalo Sabres this time by a score of two to one capitals head coach Peter Laviolette says Wilson came to play we weren't quite on point we need to be assigned to Tom was on point from start to finish also on point with Washington goaltender Vitek vantage check earning his first NHL win making twenty three saves Jacob Rana had the other Washington gold buffalo's lone goal came from defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen Sabres either chances in this game however buffalo went over five on the power play I'm gene Battaglia

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Pence Visits Georgia as Calm Before Potential Trump Storm

San Diego Business with Sully

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Pence Visits Georgia as Calm Before Potential Trump Storm

"I'm him. Who's Oh Fox News Vice President Mike Pence was in Georgia yesterday and President Trump will be there tonight ahead of next month's razor Thin Senate runoff races pitting David Perdue and Kelly Leffler against Democrats. Jonah Soft and Raphael Warnock role of the U. S Senate hangs in the balance that would if Democrats win deliver prison elect Biden a super majority with pretty much unchecked power to undo many of the Things that President Trump has done over the last four years, and no one knows that better than Vice President Pitts, who came here yesterday to rally with senators Purdue in La Flor, Pleading with George is to get out and vote. Fox has quit, Jenkins, Republican National Committee chairwoman Rana McDaniel tells Fox and friends what's at stake. If you want to have a check on Chuck Schumer and Democrats and what they will do to stack the Supreme Court and get rid of the filibuster and embrace the green new deal and destroy our economy and destroy The country We love. We need to make sure we send Republicans to the Senate, Former President

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Georgians near Atlanta urged to vote in upcoming Georgia runoff election

Fit Positive Confident

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Georgians near Atlanta urged to vote in upcoming Georgia runoff election

"Afternoon and Marietta, Georgia, talking with Republican voters, RNC chair of Rana McDaniel, trying to appeal to voters about the importance of the upcoming Senate runoff elections on January 5th. First of all, even Purdue. Has 100,000 votes lead over John office right now with the certification, So if you lose your faith, and you don't vote, people walk away that that will decide it right

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Pelosi confident Biden will win presidency

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi confident Biden will win presidency

"With razor thin margins in key battleground states. It's almost certain there will be recounts in the presidential election. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was ready to declare Joe Biden the winner. Pretty soon, the heightened will be gone from vice president To President elect Joe Biden is a happy day for our country. But the head of the Republican National Committee, Rana McDaniel, says they expect to file challenges. The RNC has deployed legal teams and four states, including Michigan. To investigate clear irregularities with vote counting and tabulation in those states. Elections officials say there are so many votes to count because 15 million more people participated in this presidential election. And there were more absentee ballots because of the virus

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2nd presidential debate in doubt

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

2nd presidential debate in doubt

"President Trump says he's out of the next presidential debate. After the commission on Presidential Debates announced the October 15 debate will go virtual RNC chair Rana McDaniel tells Fox News. The commission is hurting the election instead of trying to keep debate safe. We just had an in person debate last night. So why are they changing the rules and not following the science? No talking to the candidates? Why aren't they talking to the candidates and saying Hey, if you test negative Let's go in person. This is not good for the voters. That's what I care about. Voters deserve to hear these candidates in person debate.

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Right some sort of a you know whether it's whether I'm on my roar or my lip nickel or some some weights in not just to break up the routine and and and make sure that you know the the the blood is flowing and I think it's very, very important. We we've basically covered off on adaption and innovation. Because of this pandemic that we're experiencing right now. I think people have started to lend it. They can a debt and they can't innovate one some of the positive things that you're saying. In your. World. In relation to adoption innovation. I think that you're absolutely right I. Mean People Panic Right Desert. Something happens and everybody's just suddenly panicked like Oh my God what's GonNa? Happen but you're right I mean, Hey, Invention is is What are they saying mentioned is the Mother of necessity, yes? Yes. Right. Right. So I mean it. It things you you figure it out as you go along. And Yeah I mean I think the biggest sort of adoption has been these these meetings in the lack of vestment I. Think the greatest challenges is not being able to actually go personally to meet people or if you do you know you're nervous you know are you are you outside you meet her you know indoors and I don't know how how it's been in Australia and we've actually been fairly fairly lucky here in NBC Eastern Canada not so much but in western Canada ym it's been pretty good though we are sort of. Increasing again but yeah. I. Mean you know you the lessons you learn are that you can overcome anything I mean really at the end of the day and it goes back to our conversation about entrepreneurism right? I mean you know you every challenge you face it's a learning opportunity, right? I mean you know the mind is like an elastic ban, right? I mean, if you you the more you stretch it right the more it gives them more. You know you have to you have to stretch it in order to be tested to work into. To to sharpen it right and doesn't do any good if it just if you don't do that. So all these challenges are simply opportunities to learn and to to attack and to figure out If you if you can't go over, you go under the began, go under, go this this side, that side, right I mean these are just different opportunities I think Cova D-. Is is no different. We've been very privileged to be able to digress a little bit with Iran and I do appreciate this away from the gold compensation for the moment. But on that I'm wondering what is the process of? I guess approvals and how difficult was it to get I guess Balloon Lagoon Resources listed? On the stock markets. It's it's a challenge I mean, you know you you have to be able to prove to the regulators that you have a project that's worthy of the public to invest..

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Buy one, get one, one do. You. Remember. Industry Leo yes. Absolutely. Right. So you did that one time you're right but look at today we have this incredible tool. I told my time. I. Mean this is amazing. What people are going out with. So entrepreneurs have the. Access to all sorts of things from motivational to to just you know knowledge in their industry. So I think a young budding entrepreneur you they need to understand for us right that it's you know it's okay to be confident, right but cocky and not That's that's not that's not a place for for in my opinion, right to where where that leads to success. So you WANNA be around surround yourself with people who are more knowledgeable than you are and don't be afraid to say here I don't know this. That's. Very. Humble. Absolutely right. It's not. It's not a beauty contest here. Thank you so much for sharing around. This is a great conversation. I'm really appreciating it and learning a lot I wonder. In. Terms of Operation Dynamics House pandemic affected the way you operate your businesses. Aren't you don't. We've been very fortunate in BC where I am I'm Canada v mining is considered an essential service. So and we are up and up in the north small town writes about fifteen, twenty, thousand people and and our project is just a just a less than an hour away from the town. So we have not had any disruptions certainly from a personal perspective I mean, you know I have an office. In downtown Vancouver as well as a Home Office and I haven't gone. To the office in the last nearly a little five months. But I haven't needed to Right I. Have a Home Office have the Internet I have my phone and he Took it. And, yeah, our geologists is from the United States. We did have a little blip by a when he was coming over here. There was a lot of confusion at the you know at the border and you know that, but we got him through fine. He's here he's he's working and we're working hard the project. So we've been very fortunate in the mining industry has seen not a whole lot of disruption here in Canada I love. Taking the opportunity to speak with paper lock yourself in terms of not only the business smart. But also the daily routines because I think on balance if you don't nuke after yourself, you dine have the Rodman said and Kafia body you're not going to be able to perform it pay which I suspect is very important in your position you tell us a little bit about you know your day..

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Got you've got this. This unrest happening right demonstrations happening all over the world and riots, and then you on top of that I mean who could have possibly their wildest team predict it world pandemic at the same time. So I mean these this is an environment that gold and silver and precious metals thrive on because people are recognizing that dollar there might their currency is becoming worthless. So how do you how do you how do you preserve that and the only way to do that is is by being in precious metals because they hold their value I'm just interested as a bit of a solid track. What's your interest in Digital currency that's coming through you know the the Bitcoin. which you, I don't I don't I. Don't too much about that I I I looked at briefly when all the craze was happening. That was. Just I don't understand it enough to be honest with you. I get it that there is some sort of scarcity factor and and that I don't understand how you fully how how decree that sort of scarcity. So I'm a little bit. suspicious. Yes. Computers in how they could change some algorithms or programming whatever they do. There's a whole bunch of more you know bitcoin or or or lethem. Thank you. I'm loving this conversation, your wealth of knowledge and our wonder in terms of geopolitical local political everything is coming up in the November elections. What do you think going to play in terms of how this might affect gold and other precious metals? Well I don't frankly think it's going to make any difference right I don't think the gold cares whether the Republicans winner whether the Democrats when because I think if you get trump back in in office you know you get continued unrest, right? I mean. This is just his style right of of aggressiveness and and So you're GONNA get continued unrest in my opinion and and you're GONNA get continued. Of course spending the money because you know he wants to build it the big wall that he kept saying that Mexico's GonNa pay for which they haven't obviously. So he's GonNa. He's he's gotTa pay for that and he's got to put people back to work because obviously. He thrives on on making sure everybody knows that the economy's doing well, we'll how's it going to be? Well, he's got a print more money and keep interest rates low. You know which is what they're what they're doing..

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Project in the northern. British Columbia. It's a it's a gold predominantly gold project, but it also has silver. In fact currently, we have A. Little more than four. Times a silver that we have goal for every ounce of gold. We have little four ounces of silver, which we never used to talk about. Because there wasn't that much in favor of how the prices where they are, and we're the we're the smartest people in the industry you're talking about civil being somewhere between fifty to one hundred dollars. I mean that becomes very, very, very, very exciting. So this is a predominantly goal project and what's most excited about it is that it's it's a little bit unique in that. It has a permited mine already You know it takes twenty plus years to get these things from the beginning to up to the point where we get a permit and you can mind and I was again just at the right place at the right time these people had their sixty eight million dollars already spent on this property Twenty, eight of that just happened in the last dozen years by the by the previous owners they just ran out of time. You know there years old now wonderful people. Just. Couldn't get it to the finish line. They got literally the one yard line I. Mean if you see the some of the pictures and if you ever have a chance to visit the property I mean, you'll be just blown away because all the infrastructure is there right from generators to five hundred meter hole on the side of the mountain. A big tunnel goes right to those are very expensive that costs millions of dollars. To write to the to the permanent. So we have that they're in place, and then we have these fifteen very high grade veins, gold veins that are already known. So we don't have to go search for them. They're already know where they are historically. And we have that and then the last piece is ninety percent of the property has never been explored..

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"I wonder therapy balance between your intuition and research when making a decision such a significant decision like this how do you make these decisions? Yeah look. I'm. Not that smart. All right. You know I'm just a very hard worker. You know I get up early I I I stay up late I read a lot I get around. You know as I mentioned earlier, some very smart people in the industry. So now that I'm in the mining industry, I try to surround myself with with with the brightest you know. People from that industry and yeah, it's it's a matter of looking at You know these they say in the capital markets are trend is your friend right? So you know. So right now you know gold is is moving You know mining had to come back because you know everything I was reading. was telling me all these governments printing money like there's no tomorrow and and you know interest rates thing at zero. All of these are environments at some point, right? It's very basic right? You don't have to be an economic expert it's very basic if you borrow more than you earn, you know you're going to be in trouble right and it's no different than our own household and that's governments have been doing. So all those things told me sort of I guess intuitively that something has to happen soon and rest is history I was just. picked. These. Sectors. At the right time. So just the right time they they say, you know if you work hard now if you get lucky. So this is what I want the how do you were lucky you get. Thank you again for sharing. Just prior to jumping into the goal compensation another, you've spent some time rubbing shoulders with some amazing people. One of those was the famous Smith and you and he talked about philanthropy ventures I see I believe that you are obviously a man of balance and you see the good in giving in helping others to become better living and building a better planet for us all to exist on what might you start thinking about that?.

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Coming up in the next one to three years you know a lot about this game and I think that's another good starting point for discussion about gold but. Just before we do that, I'd love to go for your by it because I think it's important to set the context for everybody who's listening into the show just to know guess your caliber and where you've come from what you've experienced would you mind sharing a little bit about your kiss you corporate? Background with us. Sure. So most of my life I've been involved in private business right more than thirty years I've different startups, different articles. I'm just Bisley Star Guy who likes to make sure that he's the dumbest guy in the room Maceio I want to be surrounded by the top a mind top thinkers in the industry that I'm involved with and people have often a hard time understanding companies switch industries. You know I've been I've been I wishing I've been in advertising I've been in. And not a fitness been involved in various different. You don't startups in mining and you know it's because generates right. I'm not educated in any one specific tasks area and the problem with that united engine's great child I think the talent that is you're you're you tend to use it right if your August in one area. So my you know strengthens been over the years just been guy. WHO EXECUTES RIGHT GETS GETS wrong yourself with very, very smart people in that specific industry that you're involved with and then just execute upon because at the end of the day business is business whether you're running a restaurant or or movie theater or mining company or what have you Jim Right in the fundamentals of business don't change, and so my background is mostly in private and then about ten years ago. After the two thousand, eighteen, thousand, nine sort of crash happened for change of very successful. Venture capitalist is a friend worth well over three hundred million dollars made most of his money in mining initially, and he started talking to beans isn't this?.

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"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"This is an environment that gold and silver and precious metals thrive on because people are recognizing that their dollar there might their currency is becoming worthless. So how do you preserve that and the only way to do that is by being in in precious metals because they hold their value particularly goal Welcome to the my future business show where we get you in front of your best audience and kp not only are we interviewing.

"rana" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"Can have a piece of something they know that that art asset mineral is something worth investing in and they may not be able to afford gold, but they will put their money together and they will acquire so. Well anything anything I mean you've gotta figure out a strategy right in some hard assets, right I mean look I. I the other day I was. Talking to my kids were we were discussing this I bought a about a Rolex Watch thirty years ago. And You know what I sell that same Rolex watch today at almost the same price. It's crazy. About one I'm a collector, right? So I bought another watch about. Two years ago I was A it was ten thousand dollars today. I can solve that for twenty thousand dollars now I'm not gonNA go out there. I can just see the conversation real friends and. This guy said, go rolexes also say not. Right, I'm just saying that you know there are you've got to be invested in something right because if you got the money sitting under mattress. Or in a bank, right, we're negative interest rates right? I grew up in an era of ten eleven twelve percent interest rates right I mean it's unthinkable. Right? The young people don't understand what that means because we're in a zero interest rate environment who knows for How long how long many many years to come and so you know in in back in the day right you know you put your money in the bank and you know you know you seven years later it was going to double well today that doesn't happen right so you've gotta invest in in something that's why it's important to be invested in some have a little bit sober in a little bit it little gold not even necessary to make money to preserve right? That's why you know a housing. Typically, right. If you have if you make the right acquisition, no will go up. So you know. The these are all factors why gold and silver are important and are GONNA go up higher because of the environment that's an money. Bottom line is is being devalued every single day. You heard it everyone go buy a rolex painting. Old. All right. Rana of the SORTA wrappings up where's the conversation publications implant arms do you get your daily digest? Prom where do you go when you need questions answered? Is there anyone in particular you keep up with? Just anyone in particular. But you know you know what I do. As I mentioned at the beginning of the the interview, you know what I try to do is I wanna be the dumbest guy in the room right so what I try to surround myself in in around very smart people within that industry. So I put. So right now I'm in I'm in mining and in golden particular. So you know I I watch the I watch to see what the leaders in that industry are doing. You know people as I mentioned like Derek spot is is a very, very You know a smart guy in the precious metals is a is a billionaire he's been in precious metals you know all his all his life. So I follow him by to see you know what see reading what's he looking at? What's He's thinking? You know you know where does he think You know the markets Headed, and then many you know there's a incredible tool these days called Google right I'd never happened to never was there when I was growing up right until my kids all the time right and it. Yeah. Information is at our fingertips right so there's lots lots available. So just verge everyone to follow in the industry that.

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With Trump hospitalized, more Covid cases emerge in White House and campaign

Lawn and Garden Show

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

With Trump hospitalized, more Covid cases emerge in White House and campaign

"In chief is staying in the presidential suite at the nation's top military hospital as he undergoes treatment for covert 19. The president was sent to Walter Reed National Medical Center for treatment of Covert 19, and it was out of an abundance of caution. According to the White House. It's known as Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and is a military treatment center. It's located in Bethesda, Maryland. He will be staying at the medical center for a couple of days. Now in the hands of some of Americas top doctors, Fox is Ashley Strohmeyer. Besides the first couple, others who have had recent contact with the trumps have also come down with the disease. Republican senators Mike Leigh and Thom Tillis, Ho picks RNC Chair Rana McDaniel Kellyanne Conway, the president, Notre Dame as well as the president's campaign manager. Bill Stepien. Fox is Lucas Tomlinson. America is is listening listening to to Fox Fox News. News.

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Trump Campaign Manager, More People in Inner Circle Test Positive for Coronavirus

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Campaign Manager, More People in Inner Circle Test Positive for Coronavirus

"Of people in President Trump's circle who have contracted the coronavirus continues to grow. President Trump's campaign manager, Bill Stepien, has tested positive for the Corona virus, Political said Stepien received his diagnosis yesterday and as experiencing mild flu like symptoms. Former Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway has tested positive for covert 19 and is experiencing mild symptoms, according to a tweet. Conway says she is in quarantine in a consultation with her doctors. And says, as always, my heart is with everyone affected by this global pandemic, Republican Senator Tom Tillis said. He also ask over 19 Rana McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, also announced Friday that she tested positive joining Trump the first lady. Top Trump ate whole picks and numerous others. Stepien, who joined Trump at Tuesday's first presidential debate, plans to quarantine until he recovers.

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Transforming Infused Biologics into Injectables

The Bio Report

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Transforming Infused Biologics into Injectables

"Rene, thanks for joining us. Thank. You Danny a pleasure to be here. We're GONNA talk about how It's enhanced drug delivery technology and how the company has rebuilt its business strategy around this, let's start with enhanced though what is enhance? That's a great question. Enhance is based on the proprietary enzyme recumbent Human Highly Rana Days Ph twenty. There is a human enzyme on human, highly Rhonda's enzyme and on accommodate version of that. I'd be happy to go into a little bit more about how it works if you'd like. What's the normal function of the enzyme in the body? Okay. So a little bit of biology then. So if you think about the Subcu-, if you think about the skin, there are three layers, the epidermis, the Germans, and then subcutaneous stays. The subcutaneous space is primarily composed. Of fact, some structural components like Alaskan in college, and then a sugar call highly Ronin. Hiring Ronan Forms Gel like substance in the subcutaneous as and this is what's important when it comes to enhance that that GEL like substance creates a resistance to injecting omnium into this up you space the typical volumes you can inject are usually wanted to amounts of subcutaneous. And so. What the enzyme does is it is it breaks down the highly Raanan as as you're jetting drug and the Enzyme Co formulated together. If rates out highly on, she can actually deliver large volumes of injections subcutaneous slow. And that's how drug. Works. So, when we think of That are infused into a patient is volume the issue of why those drugs get infused as opposed to inject it exactly most of the biologics are large lions and they can be sixty, nine, hundred miles. It depends on the concentration if a partner if a company wants to coach with smaller injection buying that could be administered subcutaneous -ly they we co formulated with our enzyme and that formulated product is injected. subcutaneous league are typical products. are in the range of five to twenty EML's. which is allow a lot more than the standard one to two that you can deliver without the enzyme. And what is it actually doing wants it's formulated with a biologic. So, it doesn't do anything to the biologic. But when you inject the CO formulated product into the subcutaneous face, the enzyme breaks down the highly are mentioned that the skin it's a sugar that's naturally in the skin. It breaks it down and opens the state think about like opening the secure space that larger volume have be dispersed, and some of the drug can then be absorbed into the. Circulation. So it facilitates fat sub Q. Injection Large on fluids. What does it take to actually formulate a biologic with enhanced? Does it actually? Does it require doing something to bind it to it or is it just a matter of exciting it into the liquid? It's more than mixing. So typically what we do when we work with a partner on their therapeutic, is we I WANNA, make sure that the enzyme is compatible with their drug at there's no effect of the drug on the vice versa. So we test for compatibility. Then we would test for stability making sure that the two men combine the enzyme on the drug are. Stable a long period of time so that the drug can be manufactured I'm sitting on the shelf for a period of time. One says diamond than simply mixing the two together and the amount of enzyme relative to the amount of drug is extremely small the environment in the order of micrograms of material verses, the drugs which are usually in milligrams. So thousand fold differences.

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Are Australia's security agencies getting too big?

Between The Lines

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Are Australia's security agencies getting too big?

"Well, you'd have to be living under a rock not to notice that Australia, is radically different security environment than walls just two years ago. The Prime Minister he's locked into the situation to the nineteen thirties, and in the last six months, we've seen a massive increase to the budgets for defense and our intelligence agencies. Now, the external threats are undeniable. You just think of the rising power of China, but are we at risk of undermining our political freedoms by expanding the powers of security agencies too much. Hell big and powerful. Should we let security agencies get? And what kind of oversight exists to ensure that the intelligence is not collected or used for political purposes? What do you think we'll pay the redwoods is the former official historian and the author of several award winning books. He's most recent one is called law politics and intelligence a law of Robert. Hope. Welcome back to the show painter. Thanks very much tom thanks for having me and just into carol she's a visiting fellow and senior research fellow at the national. Security, college it you good to be with you again just enter right to be thanks Tom. Now let's start with the hope commissions in the seventies and eighties Peter. This is your faces take us back to that time. Why are those commissions so important well between the mid seventies in the mid eighties over ten year period three successive Prime Ministers Whitlam Fraser and Hoke commissioned the same man just as good hope to conduct major inquiries into the intelligence agencies What he set up was not just not just any inquiry into a agency in Asia was the declared one and quite controversial that he set up a whole system for the agencies. Sitting out what each what agencies Australia needed, what each one should do, and what should not do how they should interact with each other, how they should interact with departments with individual ministers with the cabinet and cabinet committees and with the international partners Those we now know is five is and he emphasized a number of things. He particularly emphasized the intelligence system should serve the whole of government and not be unduly influenced as it was when he started by one or two very powerful departments, and towards that end, he said that should be a central coordinating agency which would only be invoked with assessment and he allocated collection assessment and dissemination different agencies. this one would be only concerned with assessment on like the American CIA and with its the independence of its. Assessments guaranteed by legislation. To, be independent from ministerial oh departmental. Precious. and. He said a of other things about the relationships between intelligence and lure enforcement agencies. Keeping Intelligence and policy making separate keeping intelligence and law enforcement separate were among the the basic

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Can Barcelona Keep Messi?

ESPN FC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Can Barcelona Keep Messi?

"Don You've been all over this on twitter calling it a poker move a bluff. So messy gets his wish then right Just, think seven shambles I mean I'm not quite sure actually what's going to happen in my heart of hearts I? Think Messi will end up staying at Balsa full million reasons all old hundreds of millions of reasons because who can actually afford him what's the scenario with these contracts do Balsa demand anywhere between two hundred, seven, hundred, Million County of free that will probably end up in the low colts, which again is ridiculous. Extremely Messy but I don't know if it's it's it's one of those Insa in you've I can afford them. I think to Rana's if messy seriously thinking about winning things and that's what he's allegedly. Being quoted as saying, it's a won't jump Zeke him in nine years is obviously not enough. So ruler probably China is probably got enough money wouldn't will not move. So there's only psg in Muncie to choose from. Now it's all full of predictions for the reasons. Shula inches said if messy is playing a and move on, he wants the president, the current president how false loan it's bringing a new president who will lead bring in potentially joppy who messy will obviously want to walk with WanNa Roll Kumon you know he's been their mantra days nothing is hasn't even stepped foot in the training ground jet is equal to be. Removed if you president and comes in in a short period of time, Chevy then comes in. So I've got no idea what's going to happen, but I'll tell you as a as a fan. It's all that the shambles, the marriage between. Messy on boss'll on the way potentially could be coming to an end or really exciting if you're a PSG or months it you find.

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Republicans re-elect Trump on first night of RNC

Dan Proft

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Republicans re-elect Trump on first night of RNC

"Big day for President Trump in Charlotte, North Carolina, as Republicans tallied up their votes as the party's convention. Kicked off 2550 for President Donald J. Trump. The tally from Republican National Committee chair Rana McDaniel came just minutes after President Trump surprised the crowd by appearing in person making a one hours, according chair announces that Donald J. Trump, having received the majority of these votes entitled to be casted the convention. Has been unanimously elected as the Republican Party nominee president of the United president will officially accept the nomination and his keynote address to wrap up the convention Thursday night.

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"rana" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Over at the godless Heathens podcast and Jason the host of dragons and Genesis. Both, put on outstanding shows go and check them out wherever you download your podcast from after that stop by Patriot dot com forward slash b. s w the podcast and sign up to be a supporter of the show for as little as a dollar episode. As always you can find me at the Bible says what facebook twitter Youtube or instagram pages I do have an update for the facebook page with the help of a couple firebrands Jimmy and Nico I have started a. Private BS W facebook group it's a safe place for atheist from all walks of life to connect share memes discussed the show I'll be putting a link in the show notes coal to see you there. You can also reach me bswd podcast at Jamile DOT COM, and no matter which platform you used to listen to your podcasts don't forget to hit that subscribe button so you won't miss out on the next episode until then would you kindly pick up your Bible and read them.

"rana" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"We go to the first creation you said the starring witnessed it. Right. So so in other words, it's it's. It. Let me back up. So Genesis one one is a statement that makes the point that the totality of the universe everything that exists was brought into existence by God. And and so in a sense, we we've got an entire cosmic history. which the Genesis one account is silent on, and then it's fast forwarding to the earth in its primordial state. There are other places in scripture where it feels in though though again, just with little with clues, not a lot of detail what was happening. So for example Isaiah Forty five eighteen tells us that God created the Earth Right. There's other places where if giving US insight into you know cosmology goddess stretching out the heavens. which is provocative and lied to the idea that we discover that the universe is expanding right so. So, so the Joe Passage again is is Earth centric, but it does make the statement that there are stars that are bearing witness to this in other words that the cosmos is already in place holders being created. The Cosmos until one fourteen through nineteen that's after the. Yeah. Okay. Let me go back so so then the the this is where the frame of reference because becomes important. So on the first day of creation the Texas in the original language is not saying, God, created white and separated from darkness, but rather God said Let the light appear. So if you're hypothetical observer on the surface of the earth, what's happening is as the debris in the solar system is clearing, you now have the earth at in its rotation establishing the Lart the the night. That, the light dark cycle that we call bay and night a lot right info. Right. So so white sunlight is now penetrating the surfaces years. That the fourth day of creation. Yeah which is what you're referring to is not again talking about the creation of the sun moon and stars the implication is there already there? It's the funding and stars are now appearing. So if you're this hypothetical observer on the surface of the earth looking up or you would now be able to see the sun moon and stars and that this idea that God created the stars. That's a parenthetical statement just to remind the reader that that the that that everything that you see in the cosmos is the creation of God. Right. So. So you're saying that this light is the stars that were observing God doing these things. Not White is the son the there's no sun yet though we don't clearly says that he creates the Sun..

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"rana" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"rana" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Special guest is Dr Fuzz Rana. He's the vice pre vice president of research and apologetic that reason to believe he's the author of several books including humans two point Oh who was Adam creating life in lab and the cells design he holds a PhD and chemistry with an emphasis emphasis I can speak in biochemistry from Ohio University Welcome to the show Dr. Hey, Mike, Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to hang out with you. Thanks for coming on. Appreciate you being here. So why don't you briefly describe what it is you do. Yeah well. I'm a biochemist by training as you pointed out in the introduction and I'm also a Christian apologist as well, and so I currently work for an organization called reasons to believe. which is an organization, explores the the intersection between science and the Christian faith, and I've been with reasons to believe over twenty years now. The organization has been around for about thirty five years or so and. I joined reasons to believe after spending about a decade, not quite a decade working in research and development for a fortune five hundred company, and so it's just a blast to be able to talk about what I think to be two really important areas of of human endeavor which would be science and Religion and specifically in my instance the Christian faith right right. So what led you to do this kind of work. Well I actually. Came to faith in Christ graduate student. Studying biochemistry and it, and it was the elegance of the cells chemical systems coupled with. The inability of evolutionary prophecies in my view to explain. The generation of those systems, that's the origin of life problem that convinced me there was a mind and as I began to. Explore the question who is that mind and do I relate to that mind I found that the best answer to me was within the Christian worldview within the person of Christ. So. Go ahead go ahead. No. So. You were a biochemist or you're you're studying to be a biochemist and became a Christian because of the complexity of the cells. You you felt that evolution couldn't explain the big the origins of life, but you felt that the Bible dude correct. Well I I felt that That that that the the Christian worldview in its totality made the best sense of things and you know and I would say that I had a religious experiences I was reading through the Gospels now, I didn't grow up in a Christian home by the way my my father I had a really interesting home life is a young man. My father was a a nuclear physicist of college professor. My mom was a science math teacher. So in our home education was the God and and we were expected to go into careers, my brother and I studies in careers in science and medicine you know my father was. A. Domineering. Indian father and I say that affectionately and and so he for him, you know his son going to medical school was the ultimate success for me and for him. Right and and and so he was actually not real happy with me when I decided I didn't want to go to medical school I. Wanted to pursue biochemistry as a career so but that's another story altogether but but my father was a man of science but he was also a Muslim..

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"rana" Discussed on Voiciety

Voiciety

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"rana" Discussed on Voiciety

"Of behavioral signals which is a company that is focused on deducing intelligent and actionable insights from conversations through their emotionally. Engine voice. today we're gonna be diving into the topic of emotion. I four voice some background into the field as well as what. Verticals are seeing success with emotion recognition for conversations. So with that being said. Let's dive into this episode of the voice. Saudi podcast rana. It's have you on. The podcast sets a real pleasure to be on the podcast. Thank you for the invite so rana today. We're kind of diving into this area of emotion. Ai signaling the tech behind it and something use cases for voice and also just the greater field of conversation. Ai as ole so before we get into that could you give a brief intro to yourself. Perhaps some of your background and also behavioral signals absolutely and. Thanks again now for giving the opportunity to be on this platform my background. I've been building software products hardware products. Everything in the middle for a long time been attack Pretty much My entire career. I spent a lot of years in corporate Building out a different product lines. Cy built out the time clock business at kronos than i at logitech I lead the lead launch off. Some really interesting brought innovations in the smart home. Area led the launch of google tv and in twenty twelve. There was an interesting opportunity. To go turnaround an insolvent tech company. That was quite an adventure. And we got that from negative hundred million a bit out to plus twelve at behavioral signals. We're working on some incredibly exciting opportunities. The company was founded in twenty sixteen with a by three amazing academics researchers who are Amazing in their fields of choice interactions and behavioral signs and a general just a brilliant researchers. Will we do. Is we deduce intelligent and actionable insights from conversations which go far beyond text analysis. And i'd love to go deeper into what we do..

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"rana" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"rana" Discussed on Today, Explained

"When exactly do we see the trend. Start going the other direction that after World War Two. Yes, I Rana cly. It was a democrat president Kennedy who introduced the idea of cutting taxes to stimulate the economy. This was almost a revolutionary idea. It was a Keynesian idea track. Your mail will be presented to the congress for action next year. It will include and across the board op the bottom in both corporate and personal income tax it willing long long-needed tax that logic and equity demand, and it will date that cut impact to take your back at the start of next year. January nineteen sixty three and Republicans hard as it would be to believe resisted Kennedy on that. Because. Ause? They cared more about the federal deficit. They continued to be cut through the nineteen sixties. But it really wasn't. Until the advent of Ronald Reagan in nineteen eighty that tax in the income tax rates were reduced dramatically to the range of where they are today. When I signed this Bill into law America will have the lowest marginal tax rates, and the most modern tax code among major industrialized nations. One that encourages risk-taking innovation and that old American spirit of enterprise, and at that point is at tax cuts across the board, or is it tax cuts for the rich the top rates were lowered significantly. But in order to get full congressional support. They also involved, you know, steep tax cuts for the middle class and for the poor..

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