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Jan. 6 rioter who carried spear, wore horns, draws 41 months

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Jan. 6 rioter who carried spear, wore horns, draws 41 months

"A January sixth writer whose horn for hat bare chested red white blue face paint made him one of the more recognizable figures in the assault on the capital has been sentenced to forty one months in prison prosecutors say Jacob chance Lee was the public face of the capital riot he's not accused of violence but he was one of the first enter the building holding a spear tipped flag pole it's one of the longer sentences among six hundred and fifty people charged in the capital six riot chance Lee pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth said his remorse appeared to be genuine but noted the seriousness of his actions his lawyer Albert Watkins said his client is in dire need of mental health treatment his focus is on what do I need to do to commence the healing process Jennifer king Washington

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The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 6 months ago

The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

"You also broke the story about the conditions in the D.C. corrections facility I had you on We talked about it We were mocked by The Washington Post's Philip bump who has never been to the facility to check out what took place whenever federal judge Royce Lambert who sent the U.S. Marshals in there at a surprise inspection and basically the judge said the conditions are disgusting They're unacceptable That detainees may have civil rights issues And I notice The Washington Post didn't pick up on that either Julie did you notice that Yes another thing that seems to be missing in this huge puzzle as they marked us and certainly is covered with more heated incendiary rhetoric every January 6th case in defendant they don't seem to be interested not only in the conditions that they found for the January 6th the political prisoner but also just the general conditions of that D.C. jail that so bad they're actually moving out 400 inmates and I'm also hearing word marks that they are going to be moving out a lot of the January 6th defendants as well It's just an abusive disgusting drug ridden hellhole for everyone who's there but it's important to note that the January 6th defendants have not been convicted of any crime yet They are simply there under pretrial detention orders dictated by D.C. district court judges who are as bad as federal

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Prosecutors seek 44 months in 1st sentence for riot violence

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Prosecutors seek 44 months in 1st sentence for riot violence

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting prosecutors seek forty four months in the sentencing of a capital rioter federal prosecutors are recommending a prison sentence of nearly four years for a New Jersey gym owner who took part of the January sixth right at the U. S. capitol forty four year old Scott fear lam pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding and assaulting a police officer during the riot if U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth adopts the justice department's recommendation of a forty four month prison term it would be the longest sentence for a writer to date prosecutors said farewell was one of the first rioters to breach the capital and his violent actions emboldened other rioters around him for a web sentencing is scheduled for next Wednesday Mike Rossio Washington

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"royce" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

15:34 min | 7 months ago

"royce" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"What's what what we think about goes on in legislative sessions. But we actually don't know we are we are we are we. When we cast our vote someone is elected office. We are putting faith right because much of the electorate is not well informed. Right you think about that. It would be interesting i would. I would hypothesize they're probably seventy eighty percent of the electorate is ill-informed Say ill-informed because we haven't gone. And i say we. We haven't gone and read bills right or see how people voted right. I want to give a shout out to dishonor parks. Who is the ceo thousand more. Who is who has built a wonderful wonderful app to really help us right. As the electorate learn more about legislative to advocate to right. You know what. I wanna ride. I wanna ride an email to royce right and let him know that. I want him to vote this way right. I want to fund an advocacy group. That's really pushing for legislation. You know so that wonderful at puts the power of you know information into the electric so please you know a thousand more dot com or you go out and check. Check it out But we we have to understand more about what goes on at that level of negotiation and and to be able to say you know what i wanna push one at least let us know that. This is as a voter in district. Ninety three in new orleans. Right this is how i feel and being more more involved because we don't right i don't i don't think we really know about how the negotiations go. You know you know I wanna say what's the pork in all of this right. There might be some of the things that are put in there that you like i. I didn't know that was in that. Bill i can go on a. I can go on long about this what i want to ask you. You know as. I said earlier this that it takes courage. It takes a lot of courage in this political. Climate is you. We were talking in the green room. I'm watching the elections here in virginia. Him and i'm seeing. I'm really seeing hate negative ads at the delegate the delegate at the school at the school board at the city council level. I'm i'm like this is this is. This is where we are. You know and so. If i want you to think about this if i'm someone who is thinking about running for office in this political climate how do i prepare myself to run in this. Climate wrote folks have done. Stay anybody who's thinking about getting involved as a candidate stand that many view electoral politics as the bloodsport. In for many. I it just simply is. So you're getting an arena in your. Why is really your campus and you have to be so connected to your why. That's really the only guy who threw the ugliness of electoral politics one. You gotta be willing to lose which ever thick skin because there are things that are oftentimes out of our control. That factor into the outcome of the election doesn't mean you aband- candidate doesn't mean you didn't have great ideas there just some terrible biologist doesn't bounce Direction it could have to do with just the climate in of itself but one thing that is becoming more more consistent as you pointed out is just the zero-sum nature of it because it's all about winning. It's all about winning. You see governor one thing but in order to govern i have to win and there are some meeting who often times a willing to do anything to win anything. And and it's unfortunate because it's such a terminal and that's why so many people just say well. I would rather not do that. So many good people who make incredible public servants just simply don't want to have to deal with the ugliness of politics so oftentimes we ended up. Electing people were willing to go to the ugliness of the political process but they probably now may not be the best for that community and it. I wish that was something that that we could change. Collectively as a nation where we can have a more healthy ways of disagreeing Because for example you pointed out. Somebody's delegate racism you school bowl races out of those same candidates who just hitting each other right now if they were running two separate districts apart from one another or they weren't ready at the same time they probably be supporting each other from a policy standpoint. Right think about that. Think about that. I haven't seen the show squid games. But i'm told less have an idea is like about survival in is like okay. You're not gonna kill me kill you verse of. And that's what this ends up becoming as a as opposed to what. I think it should be you just an exchange of ideas. It doesn't have to be. Oh i will attack this person or we're gonna hit this person with with the ugly campaign. So i can get ahead. Let's share the idea. Let's get out there. Let's discuss the issues. Lets disagreed in a way. That's constructive without making it personal. You know up I haven't i try to stay away from that. I try to stay away from the player in the politics. Spencer's focus policy in. Let's figure out how we can work together. Not in some Altruistic fantasy will type way but we can disagree. But we don't have to always make personal. And i think that we need to move away from the ugliness of all it is because that's why worker right now by washy tips broken that's why baton rouge is look like a mini washington. People are frustrated. That's why we can't get anything done. You're exactly right in the the the buzz words that we're hearing you in in these ads too dangerous. You know right this person's too dangerous for the state or too dangerous for this community and you know basing on this fear and that's on both sides. I'm not criticizing one on side. One size is is is both sides and what i would love royce is as a person in this electorate is to just hear someone talked about their issues and what they really really believe in because you know the closer the race gets to the election the more negative it becomes and you lose sight of. What do you actually phonies for. What do you stand for because you know if if if we really look at the the national electorate the lion share of the electorate is somewhere in the middle. And so it's blue and red you know. Most people are purple. Right purplish some way. Or the other right and i wanna at least for me. I want to hear what europe. 'bout right that that that that bleeds into do i believe in this and can i support you right because more of what. You're saying that you believe in fits. With what i believe in ray and right because maybe the personal side. There's some great ideas on the other side. How can you incorporate them. Because we gotta figure that out. Because i'm i'm i'm tired. Revolutionaries of just hearing these continued negative ads because to me. It is cowardly very cowardly. Because you're you're taking away from. What's your real voices. And that's why the the courage aspect is. I could never run for office. That's why you know. I look at you. You're one of my heroes. You one of the icons that i look at is that you ran for you. And you're gonna have to continue to do this but what you said. I'm here to do the work right. I'm here to and i'm here to get really really good at this. And that's why i think the takeaway from his that one has even run for office. You've gotta have courage. You got you and he said you got to be willing to play the blood sport. As as roy said it's blood sport me to you. Have to be okay with self promotion. Which is something that. I still struggle with quite honestly you have to be. You can't be shot. You have to really be willing to get your message out there to understand that this is the is the all when people are going to know about what you're doing and you can do good deeds but if nobody knows about it. It's pretty much like you. That in its social media age. It's a it's a challenge with somebody like myself. I'll be honest with you. Like always having to put up out there. But if you don't let your constituents know that you'll working and it's like you don't anything so that is that is something that format my modest people you have to. You got to kind of put that aside you have to be willing to do do self mostly because otherwise. It just happened You know you could be a background on public servant but if will be the person to ask folks to vote for you you cannot be afraid of self promotion which is something that is still work work with gravel through in it again you have to. Also i think be willing to compromise because getting getting elected is one piece in governing. The stuff else in government is not always of thou- just absolute ins about you can feel a certain way and you could be very passionate about particular issue whether be juvenile justice whether it be healthcare education You know you name it. Any any issue of december right but we have limited resources and we have people who feel all kinds of different ways about one particular issue so part of leadership is acknowledging win it. You may feel personally acknowledging how your constituents feel but also taking the uncomfortable position being able to compromise to move the agenda forward. That's a big part of this type is really. It's not celebrated in today's politics compost dirty. Like you're working with the other side so tribal listrik so the second we do. Try to work together. That's the attack. So i think that's something back to bring up mothers. Yeah no i you know these. These these dirty words politician compromise. And that's what has that is exactly what has to happen we have. I'm glad that you use that word. We become so tribal. Is you know we are as a people and will y you work with democrats. Why are you working with trump. Up as i said as i said in this conversation most of the electorate is is purple ish right and finding ways to bring the legislation that is going to impact the largest swath of people. Right right is going to is. I'm in the minority okay. i'm a democrat. i'm a black democrat either louisiana legislature. So i'm given the almost super minority pants anything you need fifty votes to in some votes. Required two-thirds seventy seville's just just the house. So that means that. I have to our anything passed. I have two republicans. Republicans half to vote for my stuff. There's no way that i can get anything passed in. I don't get republican votes. If i'll just ask just a simple math. It's so so so it is very important that we that we at least be able to work with people who view the world different than that No and i. I think if we could model if we could model that greatly you would say that we could that would spill out to even other places that we encounter each other and yeah you know we talk about. You know i could get on this whole diatribe about feeling safe and spaces because become so tribal is in re and the rhetoric that goes along with that. But that's that's another show. Dear brother. Look i look i know. The time of a legislative goes by very fast and the lights talking so no no. No i love it. But the the the clamoring beat. Hey where's where's where's legislative district. Three ninety district ninety. Three's legislator but as a as i said i'm happy to call you friend. I'm happy to see the the work that you're doing in my beloved home. Beloved second home new orleans and and and as as the city comes through one thing i wanna do is give. Give give you the accolades. Give your flowers while you're here as you talk about social media if you go to this brothers Social media one of the clips that you got to see This brothers out picking up trash you know of doing his doing his civic duty. Not only as a legislator but as a citizen of the city right as a citizen of new orleans out picking up trash and bringing folks along to me that's leadership because you know you think about picking up trash you know we pay people. There's certain people that do that right. I'm not picking up drafts but when you see our leaders knowing that our community needs support that community needs leadership in those times and you brought to pastors together to do that work in the highlighted. I just want to applaud you for that. And the work that you're doing and to make sure that you know that we hear what's revolution support your revolution right. Your revolution of finding your. Yes and look and look and saying no to those things but also giving europe lower your flowers and applauding you for the wonderful work. That you're doing not only for district ninety three but for the entire state of louisiana. I was about to say the entire state of new orleans. Because he wanted the new orleans louisiana but chris dear brothers any last words that you would like to give to our revolutionaries today a brother look you deserve your flowers your commitment rule these many years to keep. What's your revolution alive. Your growth and the fact that you're taking this platform to the next level. I wanted to congratulate you in a district door network because is an inspiration for people like myself is so many others who massive will hit at the right tire when you hear a word abstract moments where you probably may want you may not be possible but you stick with it and you stuck with it so i just want to thank you in salute you and in just expressed to you how grateful i am to be able to call you friend in you know we. We share some physical characteristics. All baffled by big movie deal you being media deal. Maybe i can stand in for you there you go. I could be a standing. You know something like that. Keep me seriously brother. Let's continue to bill and and and we mission nuance to wait to see you down here though..

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"royce" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

07:35 min | 7 months ago

"royce" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"And a water reference a book that i read a couple of years prior. That was really eye opening to me. It was titled sore with your strengths. There are so many of us who this whole political thing just just turns turns so many people off. Air is a lot of disaffected voters. Who just don't people are just really jaded by the whole process. I have people in my family. Who joins georgia's not really crazy about politics in understandably but didn't assessment of monstrance my interest in it took the time to listen regarding where i was being cold in my life. Dad was my yes moment to say. Yes this is something i wanna do. This is going to be my way of serving because this works for me. And i think this is the highest and best use of Towns bypassed the three years a little over three years and during that time there been in most recently. There's been a municipally action. That's come up in their conversations arab. Okay will questions okay. What do you next in my mind. I feel like. I just got elected to this seat. I'm i'm not only doing my constituents disturbance in many ways a thinking about what next door myself a disservice because a habit i have not achieved or delivered in a way for the standards that i set for myself in a way where i feel like i need to be thinking about the next thing right now. In the. that's one of the downsides of this business. It's always about next thing. Is always this expectation that as you need to be looking for the next highest office when the the question not costliest must have done in the current position. So so i feel like. There's still so much more for me to do where i am right now. And there's so so that's really my attitude with this in the i haven't even given a whole lot of thought to that next. They may may be if there's even going to be indexed it because i just really focused on the now trying to be present it and that's where the how how we could be housing sales in in any job or any opportunity is just do the best way you are with what you have and the rest of all over the place. That's my attitude. No i love that. I think about this. We have what we call a camelback ventures are tours of duty and and thinking about what you can do in that tour of duty right. Y- you set the set the goals for yourself. You put these things in in place with your team and then you go to work right. Go to work and i think for me and i i. I love what you say. The loyalty that. I hear that you have for what you're doing it. I don't know and tell me if i'm wrong. Revolutionaries i don't know if i hear that from a lot of other people who are I'm i'm not even gonna call you a politician people who are elected to so dirty turn dirty term. But here's the thing. I don't think of you because when i think of politician i think of this dirty word. But when i think of royce do pluses i think of somebody who is a la- who's been who is elected office right that is affiliated with a political party is doing the work of the people right. Yeah and and that's the thing. What what i'm hearing from. You and i think there's something that we all can take away from that cell in settle into the work that you're doing and become really really good at it right. Oftentimes it takes two three four years right because at the end of the day. When you when you when you left saint dog. I'm right you saying now greg right. Yeah when you left saying oh. There wasn't a handbook to say. Hey be this is how you go to office right no it. Wasn't that a handbook when you when you went to howard law. Did you get that hand going to be a state representative someday. Here's that handbook you. You've got elected and then you look burst into fire. And so yeah three years later. Now you have that ability right to continue to grow into a legislator that's right right. I guess what makes me think about right. You talked about compromising where you have to compromising and compromise and not compromising where we've compromised too long. Can you give us some examples. How legislators have to think of especially as they become more season how they have to think about wind to compromise and when not to compromise absolutely and bs from louisiana new orleans specifically but served in the state legislature in the south the deep south. We have so far to go. So i have to set expectations for myself that are within the expectations of constituents that represent herb what we can achieve realistically what we need to be working towards and oftentimes our involves stopping bad things from happening so so it as much as i would like to make sure that every street corner was clean and there's no crime in everybody has higher paying job in kids in school of educated the way that they should be educated in our communities are healthy. Bribing getting their needs fixing somebody's historic williams in some of these systemic failures throughout our systems takes stay kirs of years and years to achieve but all throughout this charity. They're going to be continuous efforts to travel us. Bank trying to keep those systems in place. So oftentimes our is is not just an effort to advance us forward to make progress but it's to spout to keep is the stop things for moving backwards because there's still an effort in certainly in this state. I can point to instances whether would ever to move backwards. You know there's just so many things things whether it be the fact that in louisiana we don't have a living wage that's mandated law follow. The federal minimum. Wage is seven twenty. Five in when efforts are made to try to advance the app. we we. We've been unsuccessful so we keep trying. We're going to keep pushing for that. Voting rights continue to be a big issue. Thankfully we have not had to deal with. What states like georgia and texas bill. But they there have been some. There isn't is definitely energy out there to try to keep certain communities particularly people of color from voting. it is out open is is. it's it's it you know it's it's brazen quite honestly and these things that have to continue to fight against it without talk about compromise. i'll just give you an example of what is the right. After the pandemic we ran back.

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Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:22 min | 8 months ago

Inside the US-Australia Submarine Deal

"The dutch prime minister mark rutta will reportedly offer his uk counterpart. Boris johnson a defense and security cooperation. Deal with the eu. When the leaders meet in downing street later today it follows yesterday's announcement that the uk. The united states and australia had agreed their own defense. Pack called aucas. the deal has angered many. You states with france calling australia's decision to scrap a huge submarine. Deal in favor of eight nuclear powered subs deal with the us establish back. Let's get the latest now from paul rogers international security advisor at open democracy. Paul some very harsh words from paris. Today tell us what happened here. I on the australian deal and why the french are feeling blindsided by it over the australian deal. The australians essentially decided to replace their existing collins class submarines richard come to the end of their useful life with new pout submarines rather than diesel-powered submarines. The previous decision was to gain with france which has quite a good recorder producing diesel-powered submarines. It can actually produce a new pout. Submarines for self. I don't think he's ever exported them considered it. But anyway australia's decided they need to new capelle. Submarines had this deal with the french for the best essentially for the Diesel-powered ones they basically dish that and gone in with the united states with britain as well although the suspicion is that as far as the building of the new submarines consent bush will be done as an australian yard in adelaide. That will be done. Under american supervision with the british relatively small this is partly because britain is producing own new class of astute hunting submarines as well as its missile submarines an in both cases. It has pretty serious problems with developing the reactors rolls royce history. Having great difficulty in getting things right the to another words in america wants a more reliable. So that's the basis of it. The the fringe obviously are pretty furious of this because what was a pretty big contract with a lot of money in. It was basically dish in favor of a basic and anglo american agreement. So that's the background this at beyond that. Of course you have all the issues in the eu and the whole question of how one handles a rapidly growing china which does have increasing military capabilities.

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"royce" Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"royce" Discussed on AI in Business

"That is going to be fair right. So you've got to have both of those strands going on at once. 'cause it's actually entirely possible to have a fully trustworthy. I that is doing something. Nefarious is just doing it. Exactly the way you wanted it to reliably across. Its life right so you have to have both conversations going on at once but the other thing. That's really interesting about trustworthiness. Today is is. You don't actually have to have full. Explain a or transparency. All you don't have to open the black box in order to be able to show that you're confident. An ai is behaving the way you expect it to. Because if you are able to control the inputs to the and if you're able to comprehensively understand invalidate the outputs of the ai against an independent check and on a continuous Continuous basis then. You can actually shoo the trustworthiness of the air without cracking the blackhawks and exposing what might be commercially sensitive algorithm. It work that's happening inside. But then that third point that you asked me about safety yes this is critically important so when you think about safety in the context here we we're really asking ethical questions about how the outcomes of any system might negatively impact on the physical wellbeing of people or indeed on the physical well-being of planet and for me. I think what a lot of the work we've been doing for the last couple of years has has asked has encouraged us to ask the question that issue of safety might actually extend beyond that physical impact point into questions of psychological safety political safety economic safety even the safety of our democratic processes and as a result think benchmarking understanding the implications of ai ethics from a safety perspective is a question that affects you know the media giants to the world. The you tubes talks just as much as affects the physical giants of the world. That tesla's will the rolls royces. Yeah i think it's safe to say the safety in you. Know heavy vehicles versus the safety outside of them. Both of those really really important. It does feel though is though the definitions of safety are a little clearer in one that in the other. Was that a safe car ride. You know maybe you. And i can't score it with one hundred percents certainty but you know we can do pretty well. Was that a safe movie. In terms of giving me enough trigger warnings or something you know like for my psychological state. Was that news article unsafe for or something. This feels like it's fuzzier to define the feels like car not crashing ratio really like that ratio or like airplane. Engine not going down while in air like really strong ratio. That's a great ratio really. Well correlated to safety political safety etc. Feels like whoever defines those terms would really be the one's wielding the power. Because i don't really know if we've got a nice anchor to hang those off but maybe you guys have thought through that. I think what you're what. You're really getting out that john is. The is the fundamental challenge. That informs ethical frameworks regardless of which set to their in right. So none of the ethical characteristics just outlined avai i by themselves or even in combination with each other actually constitute an ethical framework because an ethical frank went needs to be derived from the fundamental operating position of whoever is responsible for it whether that's a business entity or whether that's a nation state so ethics in of itself is something that we come to socially it is it is a social construct that we that we need to agree between cells as as people so i hear what you're saying that clearly you might argue that it's easy to define a safe airplane flight but i push back to say you know. Think about the question of sustainability on environmental impacts. You know thirty years ago fifty years ago our understandings of what would be safe in terms of carbon emissions would be very different from our understandings today. What we would be safe of carbon emissions. So i think the situation does is actually not as clear as you as you're imagining it to be in the heavy industry space and i think one of the things that we need to get better doing having more informed conversations about a world we want to live in and how we want the ethics that we expect all governments in our corporations and all service providers to to operate by how we won't those ethics to look in order to create a world that we feel comfortable on positive about living. Yeah yeah. I mean i suppose again not calling anything less important than anything of just saying It seems to me undeniable. Maybe you would argue otherwise that a crushed skull is not a social construct and that other things that you're talking about are a social construct. Some really hard fast firm lines around safety in context a. There's essentially no debate about while in others kind of who would get the benefit or who deserves to be safe. I in line second line third in line or even you know you mentioned the environment which i think is tremendously important. Obviously you guys are working with industries. Where energy uses is rife. So that's important but again there's there's all kinds of different kind of positions at different folks might have on sort of how that that stuff shakes out. Maybe the way we can get down to concrete here would be around some examples of where the safety idea in this. Ai approach might be used. You can pick whichever ones you think will really illustrate the points. I'd i'd like to try to start with the tangible as opposed to the political if we could but if we can we can put this stuff in action for the listeners. I think that would maybe help us carry things forward. Yeah well maybe. I'll just give you a little brief description. About how rolls royce is. A guy will power business thinks about its ethics position so our products you know. Make it possible for customers to get access to power and systems of power enabled them to set of customers right so we all we all be to be in our customers themselves. Many of them will be to see and for us. What's important about delivering those power-generating products and services to our customers is that we do that. Maximum efficiency that we do that sustainably moving towards a net zero position in terms of carbon emissions that we do so reliably because many of the past systems that we generate themselves or underpinning safety critical systems like hospitals for example. But we do that competitive cost and most importantly that we do that in a way which is safe. An roi ethics derive from this position. So for us those all the underpinning factors which set our ethical frameworks around the govern. The work that we do and on top of that we have added the additional consideration. Our ai projects must first and foremost delivered to social good. And that could include good to the economic health of all of our employees our shareholders. While said berkeley. Yeah yeah yeah. I would totally agree by the way i think that firm positions against that get really spooky right because i think i think you'd be a rough position to keep your job. If that wasn't a counted among the goods that you were working towards. Absolutely so then. If i think you also some crackly safety urged to. Ai plays out so one of the areas that we have been working in in terms of ai. Diplomates for a period of time as our engine health monitoring but we've been using big data Analytics and engine health monitoring with us. Yes this is the work that we do to to monitor the performance of all aviation engine products in the failed as being used by by airlines to fly people around the world and for the last decade we've been developing official intelligence is in our engine health monitoring systems which helped to predictively indicate why an engine needs to come in for maintenance or indeed if it can stay on the wing longer because it's performances such that it it doesn't need to be fitting with a kind of one-size-fits-all.

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"royce" Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

07:04 min | 10 months ago

"royce" Discussed on AI in Business

"Listening to the ai and business. Podcast you've heard a lot about ai ethics over the last three or four years. No doubt as the topic has become more and more popular. We get a little bit more specific about ai ethics talk a bit today about ai. Safety ai. Safety is not necessarily relevant for all applications. If you're searching for mortgage documents you're probably not going to hurt anybody. However if you are building the parts for military equipment and for giant shipping fleets than you may want to consider How your artificial intelligence is going to impact. The movement of those big heavy things that are often carrying human beings or are around human beings and so safety would be paramount. There's a little company. You may be familiar with called rolls royce. Who happens to be involved in the heavy industry space. They're based in the united kingdom. Some of us know them for the rolls royce vehicles that are sold here in the united states. Which has long since been spun off from the core rolls. Royce corporation rolls royce. Proper works with much bigger machines than the vehicles. You and i drive around. On a daily basis and the leader of our two data labs is caroline gorski heroine was a previous guest on the show speaking about the future of logistics and the supply chain space. That rolls royces a lot of experience. In given how many parts they have to source to put together the gigantic pieces of equipment that they work on there but this week caroline talks about the ai safety protocols and the ai safety framework that are two data labs has put together at rolls royce. Something that they've open source for other heavy industry companies to potentially take into account as well We go beyond sort of the idea of safety as an abstraction to what it looks like to bake safety into the product development process. And turn this into something that both business people in technical people can bear in mind so if you are a consultant working with enterprises that might involve heavy equipment. Or maybe you're in the heavy industry space or if you simply wanna know where. Ai ethics might hit the ground running in terms of going from principals to practice this episode. I hope will be a useful one grateful to be able to have caroline with us. Rolls royce a phenomenal brand doing very interesting things around the world and it's cool to be able to highlight what they're doing in the artificial intelligence domain so without further ado this is caroline gorski of rolls royce here in the a and business podcast so caroline. You're heading up a lot of interesting. Data science initiatives at rolls royce. I know safety has been a rather large focus of your last stint of work. And we're gonna be diving into where that fits in and the project itself just for the sake of teen up the topic when you guys think about defining ai. Safety i'd love that definition and then maybe also a little backdrop on the initiative that you're working on related to safety show and thanks for inviting me to join you on the puck. Today we've been kiddie rolls royce We're one of the world's leading industrial technology companies. We've been applying advanced analytics for more than six years. I'm using artificial intelligence to disrupt the market in in many of us for example in our real time engine health monitoring since nineteen ninety nine. We also operate clearly in a safety critical context. We are a global power business. We've create the engines that fly our planes. We create the power systems that The power of the backups setup for hospitals in the internet that's already it's really critical in designing and engineering. The power generation solutions that we we welcome for customers safety critic. Hennessy's is absent at full front that and that's not only true. For our physical practices in our engineering design practices in manufacturing practices. It's also true for artificial intelligence prices. It over the last couple of years. We've been looking at. How do we move away from what has really been something of a theoretical discussion around. Ai ethics at driven often by questions of fantasies and bias which goes really topics. But how do we bring the conversation forward to look at the practical ways that you can actually start to have. Trust assurance for artificial intelligence is particularly when you use them in safety critical contexts and the alethia framework which released at the end of twenty twenty on creation. Common spaces is our ai. ethics untrustworthiness toolkit. At which has been developed around those assurance driven questions at but now is available to to organizations both from safety critical sector but also from all the sexes to be able to allow developers on the business owners who commissioned them to feel confident that they can in fact trust the algorithm. Make at work that's being developed by the communities and i think the term safety i think can mean a lot of things and we're gonna talk about some use cases and some particular examples where we can draw upon some of where you folks are applying this framework here but for the sake of kind of the bounding box of the framework and where you think. Maybe industry will be applying these kinds of ideas. I what is that in other words. Kind of how. We define safety for the sake of this condo. Yeah maybe what might be a useful way to start is. Perhaps if i could just call out the distinctions i see between fantasy trustworthiness and safety because i is. Let's important topics for ai ethics. On at the moment. As i say a significant proportion of the compensation does tend to revolve around the first of those so fantas in ethics really pertains to to the differential income outcomes that you see in reference to human beings and it's a fundamental problem of training is systems that they risked reinforcing prejudicial oh biased positions that are inherent within the status quo. Unless you take some kind of preemptive action to mitigate those glasses and that's why much of the debates around the area ethics particularly in the consumer space is focused on questions of transparency and explain ability and indeed diversity and trying to mitigate in advance with those bosses and constrain them from appearing in algorithm development. And that's that's really important. But it's not the only important thing when i'm thinking about. 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"royce" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

07:04 min | 10 months ago

"royce" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"You're listening to the ai and business. Podcast you've heard a lot about ai ethics over the last three or four years. No doubt as the topic has become more and more popular. We get a little bit more specific about ai ethics and talk a bit today about ai safety ai. Safety is not necessarily relevant for all applications. If you're searching for mortgage documents you're probably not going to hurt anybody. However if you are building the parts for military equipment and for giant shipping fleets than you may want to consider How your artificial intelligence is going to impact the movement of those big heavy things that are often carrying human beings who are around human beings and so safety would be paramount. There's a little company. You may be familiar with called rolls royce. Who happens to be involved in the heavy industry space. They're based in the united kingdom. Some of us know them for the rolls royce vehicles that are sold here in the united states. Which has long since been spun off from the core rolls. Royce corporation rolls royce. Proper works with much bigger machines than the vehicles. You and i drive around. On a daily basis and the leader of our two data labs is caroline gorski heroine was a previous guest on the show speaking about the future of logistics and the supply chain space. That rolls royces a lot of experience. In given how many parts they have to source to put together the gigantic pieces of equipment that they work on there but this week caroline talks about the ai safety protocols and the ai safety framework that are two data labs has put together at rolls royce. Something that they've opened source for other heavy industry companies to potentially take into account as well We go beyond sort of the idea of safety as an abstraction to what it looks like to bake safety into the product development process. And turn this into something that both business people in technical people can bear in mind so if you are a consultant working with enterprises that might involve heavy equipment. Or maybe you're in the heavy industry space or if you simply wanna know where. Ai ethics might hit the ground running in terms of going from principals to practice this episode. I hope will be a useful one. More grateful to be able to have caroline with us rolls royce a phenomenal brand doing very interesting things around the world and it's cool to be able to highlight what they're doing in the artificial intelligence domain so without further ado this is caroline. Gorski of rolls royce. Here in the a and business. Podcast so caroline. You're heading up a lot of interesting. Data science initiatives at rolls royce. I know safety has been a rather large focus of your last stint of work. And we're gonna be diving into where that fits in and the project itself just for the sake of tea not the topic when you guys think about defining ai safety. I'd love that definition. And maybe also a little backdrop on the initiative that you're working on related to safety. Show dan and thanks for inviting me to join you on the pus. Today we've been kiddie rolls royce We're one of the world's leading industrial technology companies. We've actually been applying advanced analytics for more than six years. I'm using artificial intelligence to disrupt the market in in many of us for example in our real time engine health monitoring since nineteen ninety nine. We also operate clearly in safety critical context. We are a global power business. We've create the engines that fly our planes. We create the power systems that The power of the backups setup for hospitals in the internet that already it's really critical in designing and engineering. The power generation solutions that we we welcome for customers safety critic. Hennessy's is absent at full front that and that's not only true. Full out physical practices in our engineering design practices in manufacturing practices. It's also true for auditions intelligence. Prices it over the last couple of years we've been looking at. How do we move away from what has really been something of a theoretical discussion around. Ai ethics at driven often by questions of fantasies and bias which goes really topics. But how do we bring the conversation forward to look at the practical ways that you can actually start to have. Trust assurance for artificial intelligence is particularly when you use them in safety critical contexts and the alethia framework which released a at the end of twenty twenty on crazy. Common spaces is our ai. Ethics untrustworthiness toolkit at which has been developed around those assurance driven questions at but now is available to to organizations both from safety critical sector but also from all the sexes to be able to allow a developer on the business owners who commissioned them to feel confident that they can in fact trust the algorithm make work. That's being developed by it's communities. And i think the term safety i think can mean a lot of things and we're gonna talk about some use cases and some particular examples where we can draw upon some of where you folks are applying this framework here but for the sake of kind of the bounding box of the framework and where you think. Maybe industry will be applying these kinds of ideas. I what is that in other words. Kind of how. We define safety for the sake of this condo. Yeah well maybe what might be a useful way to start is perhaps if i could just call out the distinctions i see between fantasy trustworthiness and safety because i was let's important topics for ai ethics and at the moment as say a significant proportion of the compensation does tend to revolve around the first of those so fantas in ethics really pertains to to the differential income outcomes that you see in reference to human beings and it's a fundamental problem of training is systems that they risked reinforcing prejudicial oh biased positions that are inherent within the status quo unless you take some kind of preemptive action to mitigate those glasses and that's why much of the debates around the area ethics particularly in the consumer space is focused on questions of transparency and explain ability and indeed diversity and trying to mitigate in advance with those bosses and constrain them from appearing in algorithm development. And that's that's really important. But it's not the only important thing when i'm thinking about. Ai ethics because the second category trustworthiness trustworthiness is the ability as we see it for the developers of ar systems to offer assurance that their algorithms are going to behave the way that they expect them to throughout that life. This is particularly important where you've got an algorithm that is involved in self learning because you have the potential with a self learning algorithm to see the possibility of what we would call algorithm drift of some of those might might call mutation but getting to the point where you can actually feel confident in assuring. The trustworthiness of an eye doesn't necessarily.

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Indiana Grandmother Anna Morgan-Lloyd Enters Plea in Capitol Protest, but What Did She Even Do?

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 11 months ago

Indiana Grandmother Anna Morgan-Lloyd Enters Plea in Capitol Protest, but What Did She Even Do?

"Indiana, grandmother of five is the first sentence in the Capitol Hill Riot rights W USA nine, the local station here. She pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor kind of parading in a Capitol building. She entered a plea. She had been charged with a number of other Defense is actually none of which were violent, of course. She basically confessed to everything. Excuse me. Um, she was charged with four counts, including entering and remaining in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive conduct and parading. Demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building. Wow. She was in front of a friend of mine. Federal District Judge Royce Lamberth, who have known from our days when he worked in the Reagan Justice Department. Looks like Royce wanted to throw the book at the grandmother. But he decided he would agree to the plea agreement. With the Department of Justice. I mean, are you serious? Right? Are you serious? You see what's going on all over the country. They're horrific violence that's taking place. Have you looked at any of the videos? There's 14,000 hours of videos. Why don't you order the Department of Justice to turn those over? To the public. So we can see exactly what took place in all respects. No excuses. I don't make excuses for violence. This woman wasn't violent. But we have some video that's out there with the Capitol. Police are saying. Come on in. Come on in. Behave yourself. We're not out here. So was she. One of them? I don't even

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WWE Releases Braun Strowman, Aleister Black and More in Surprising Decision

Notsam Wrestling

02:07 min | 1 year ago

WWE Releases Braun Strowman, Aleister Black and More in Surprising Decision

"Buddy murphy. Santana garrett lana ruby riott alastair black and braun strowman all released from their. Wwe contracts are all Free agents now in the world well if professional wrestling is free agent so to speak. You know. I'm assuming that there's a ninety day non competes. Obviously i have no idea. I'm not. I don't know anything about law. I don't know anything about their contracts. I don't know anything about business. I watch a lot of wrestling but those one two three four five six superstars getting released. Come hot off the heels of last month's annex t releases velveteen dream. Jesmyn do vanessa born Schuyler story alexander wolf and those came right off the heels of april's releases from the main roster which shook the world. samoa. Joe bill kate. Peyton royce mickie. James chelsea green tucker policto beau dallas. Wesley blake and mojo rawley. And then of course. There were a handful of releases before that earlier this year. But i mean everybody's becoming a every went to business school today. You know i i. I don't think that it's levi. Came on. Here's that you know what i think you know what i think as i start to add up all the facts. I'm starting to think maybe. Wwe is preparing themselves for a sale. Like all of a sudden we all know about corporate business. Because it's the only way. I love it. That's what i love about wrestling. And i'm not saying it's not true by the way i'm not saying those. Those those thoughts are not good thoughts. I didn't great thoughts. I think that that's actually a pretty astute of sort of Analysis and a smart way of looking at what's going on. I don't think that that's there's plenty of of spots where you could see could. Wwe being sold to nbc universal. You know they're already paying two billion dollars for the network plus whatever money. They're paying for television.

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McIlroy Ends 18 Months Without Winning at Quail Hollow

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

McIlroy Ends 18 Months Without Winning at Quail Hollow

"Rory McElroy has continued his love affair with the quail hollow course surviving a final hole bogey to win at the fame shot up lay out for the third time McElroy who celebrated his thirty second birthday at the start of the week finished at ten under after a closing sixty eight to claim the Wells Fargo championship he finished just one ahead of a charging Abraham ancer the Mexican leaping into second place after a bogey free final round sixty six it was Michael Royce nineteenth win on the PGA tour snapped in eighteen month winless streak and secured his first ever three peat at a tour event on Graham like us

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Beyond Meat Launches Beyond Burger 3.0

Smart Kitchen Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Beyond Meat Launches Beyond Burger 3.0

"Of the things. I think it was interesting about beyond three point. the. They adjusted the formula a little bit. I think they actually got rid of mung protein. Which i thought was interesting because they added in two point. Oh what any kind of other things that are that you would note about this royce. No the press release. They came out with their. Here's what i do know the press release says it's meteor and juicier for whatever that means the rep told me that they did get rid of the mung protein. They're still pea protein. Based and then it'll be available in stores. Nationwide starting next week on may third. We kinda thought. Something was up. Because i tried to buy directly from their side. A few weeks ago noticed you couldn't and so. Those notions were kind of confirmed this week. So i'm definitely like i enjoy beyond my son really likes it so i'm curious to see how it reformulated. I'm excited to try it. Yeah pepsi versus coke analogy to certain degree in the post to you wondered if that was like this could potentially be a new coq. Ron do you think this kind of a related sites kind of site. Thought as i think that some people have thought that this may be too much power. Aggregating at the top of these new meat brands. What are you. What are your thoughts about beyond. Do you think that's happening. I actually don't think it's happening. Because i was actually i was actually listened. Kinder tech. some people were talking that they try and keep track they. There's eleven hundred plant based food companies. That's not including the cellular of companies. Were around now. They just they hunt them down. And so what's happening is the whole plan is like going into all these little companies. That are starting up. Each one of them has a different angle for a different regional part of the cuisine or different product that similar. And so we're gonna get a lot of

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"royce" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"royce" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"Things they can do in the world like that I think that's pretty great enough. That i tried to do with katie. Because i knew at the time she's thinking university for our house one thing she wants to do and she's now eighteen and now she's been able to use one why and hurls rations as of her portfolio university. And did she get into the us. Yes she did. So she's yeah yeah. So how did you traditionally publish this or did you do it independently independently. But i'm always a sensitive everywhere. I could think of it. Of course nothing comes back or no thank you and realized we need you know policies or you need someone to be published so it was very convoluted way to do it and i just i thought well i typically is myself. I'm just trying to dismiss off in and it done and that's the way publish along way considering it's a picture book. What challenges did you face overcome to get it published challenges when we saw much and you can just. There's a lot of steps that you have to get it relation so that her it was found along the way. I don't know if i had known all before it would have been mature. That jumped in quite quickly. But so what type of feedback. Are you getting from other parents. Who are reading this to their kids His niece she's in the states. They sent me some ship with. She carries it around very where she goes four so it goes backpack daycare or reinsurer nights. We sent pictures of her hand. All these different places pretty cool cold or it came out may read to a couple schools like the kids. Were just hugging me. And asking me questions wanting a copy of the book in in paris for there and they just saying it seems to resonate with appearance. The children just seem to get it and understand that they're reading so bats means. Where can you get the book..

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Mesh Mask Lands Capitol Riot Defendant in Hot Water With Judge

Scarlet on Stone Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Mesh Mask Lands Capitol Riot Defendant in Hot Water With Judge

"Woman who allegedly stormed the capital on January The sixth, is facing possible jail time as a judge is asking her to explain a possible violation of an order to wear a mask while she awaits trial. U. S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth Friday demanded an answer from Rachel Powell overhear Mesh Mask, which he said mocks requirement from the court's chief judge that was issued after power was released in February that the defendant must wear a mask whenever she leaves the residents, Lamberth wrote in a ruling. The court does not take the defendant's willingness to flout the court's order. Lightly. Lambert's rebuke comes after a video surfaced showing power wearing what appeared to be a white mesh mask that does not follow federal guidance on proper face coverings. Powell has been a vocal opponent of mask wearing Bernie Bennett

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Oasis: Hooliganism, Hedonism, and the "Greatest Rock N Roll Band on the Planet"

DISGRACELAND

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Oasis: Hooliganism, Hedonism, and the "Greatest Rock N Roll Band on the Planet"

"Stories about always aren't seen this started. Riots sank rolls royces and swimming. Pools physically attacked. Police officers publicly brawled with each other. In rival popstars the committed to a life of hooliganism and hedonism and vandalized. Robbed stole drugged their way around. The boredom of youth raised in manchester england's council estates public housing oasis's bandleader noel. Gallagher and his younger brother liam were determined to become the greatest rock and roll band on the planet and remarkably despite or perhaps because of their humble beginnings there were able to achieve that goal through it all they made great music anthems pure pop instant classics and that music. You heard at. The top of the show wasn't great music. That was a preset loop from a mellow tron. Called mellow swag lager m. k. One i played you that loop. 'cause i can't afford the rights to everything i do. I do it for you by bryan adams in would a play that specific slice of prince of thieves. She could i afford it. Because that was the number one song in america on august eighteenth nine hundred ninety one and that was the day oasis to stage for the very first time at the boardwalk club in manchester and changed the face of english pop music forever on this episode hooligans. And he'd nece raggi lager instant classics one hundred percent committed in endlessly entertaining. Gallagher brothers oasis

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Taking your LEAP of faith with Roy Tyson

Photography Daily

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Taking your LEAP of faith with Roy Tyson

"Today is a story about an artist. Nfl tokyo who tells history of self belief. Who's break comes off to being made redundant who made a pact. It seems never to return back to having somebody else. Call the shots going. It alone could be scary going. It alone can be lonely at times but going it alone is exactly what roy tyson his dom although he's done it with trout people thousands of people actually mostly fifty millimeters also known as royce painful. Roy what am i. Described this art as it is. Is it streeter is it. Minia mini photo art. I've seen it describes all sorts of stuff even urban out why reaching when i started with My inspiration was from straits outs and that following the likes of banks a feis been on big straits hottest Into collecting essentially is so inspired me into exploring all which then went i kind of stumbled across the miniature figures then made me just want to be able to on the street. is funny at. She went on. I thought he'd ostrich. I was cutting out stencils and my dad was dragged can always going to be a strategist at that is just like ha ha yet. Come on very funny. And they went on when i discovered the figures and fell in love with the whole minute shah juxtaposition that you could create on the straight itself became straight off I guess it could have gone completely the other way. I could have probably done it. More tools. fine on sculpture. if i'd taken the figures in a different direction. But because i went into the figure strikeout to the outdoors it became nine as straight. I guess either years. It's developed even more to the point of not becoming straight what's Straw is graffiti and without suicide stuff. That

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Texas lawmakers advance a bill that would make voting more difficult

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Texas lawmakers advance a bill that would make voting more difficult

"The state Senate. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal has more on that. One of the bill's main sponsors. Republican Senator Bryan Hughes defended the proposed restrictions, saying Texans confidence in elections eroded after the 2020 presidential election. Democratic Senator Carol Alvarado said 56% of those who took advantage of expanded voting hours, for example, were minorities. Who are you really targeting? To try to drastically reduce the number of hours and times that voters can vote well, century. As you know, there's nothing in this bill that Has to do with targeting specific group Democratic Senator Royce West said the bill could lead to violent disputes between poll watchers and elections officials. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News 170,000 Illegal Immigrants cross

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Biden and Harris to focus on shootings during Georgia trip

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Biden and Harris to focus on shootings during Georgia trip

"Police are still looking for a motive for the shootings at massage parlors in the Atlanta area that left eight people dead suspect Robert Allen long says he has a sex addiction and was lashing out at sources of temptation investigators are looking into whether it was a hate crime six of the eight killed were women of Asian descent Charles Hampton junior is the assistant police chief in Atlanta our investigation is looking at everything so nothing is off the table at a house hearing on violence against Asian Americans New York Democrat grace Meng says lawmakers cannot turn a blind eye to people who are living in fear our community is leading we are in pain and for the last year we've been screaming out for help Texas Republican chip Royce's Democrats are trying to control free speech I'm at Donahue

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Becoming Part of the UK EV Supply Chain

Electronic Specifier Insights

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Becoming Part of the UK EV Supply Chain

"We'll be speaking about the company's production techniques the benefits of using wise products and of course have the company's been adapting an pivoting during the covid nineteen pandemic so flip welcome to electric specified herein sites Coup think to kick us off. I think what will be good for. Our listeners is if you can give us a bit of background about track. Wise more what. The company does not on your involvement in the company. If the is so truck wise we were founded in nineteen eighty-nine nine designs limitation started as a printed circuit design. Bureau mood soon. Enough to manufacture and in the mid nineteen nineties was asked to make a nine foot lem prince a second vote and this very large nuts circuit was one of the la gsm gsm nine hundred by station at tennis. Oh the company in fell specialized in the manufacture of them not really really conventional printed circuit boards but products using printed circuit technology. In this case would some in it was printing on tennis again. These very large Up to sell to two point eight meters length so really for the last twenty five years. Tuck wise as making provincial infrastructure. Tata's for Industry in that has been a big big business loris. So i joined the business and we but that the company had this set had this manufacturing capability which was dead. The manufacturer Bodes my feeling. Was that if we could sell it to one. Then one company we will be able to sell it to others and i joined net. She pulled business internet in two thousand on that basis remote keble. Oh i second customer office. New custom was based in melbourne. Seth australia and we ended up in shipping tons and tons of products. That to let and it to melvin. Indem ultimately go to queens exploit that Interesting journey and but yeah so that. That's that's where we started from. And what's what would you say differentiates the flex circuits the track manufacture for mother. Fpdc's yup in kosovo am flexible printed circuits. As as a not a not a new technology was people making ftc's long before trackways was ever ever involved. Am what what we did was. We took a our existing large large format manufacturing capability and really develop it to be linked limited so that is a fundamental proposition to the mockus normally flexible printed second Size are typically six. Ten minutes is twenty four inches in length. There's a handful of people on the worldwide macy's who can make make larger boats tip avail to a certain size but really check wise offering is is length unlimited. So awhile back. The longest product we made was twenty five meters. We've made fifty meter long products. I'm damn nici this week about to launch into To making seventeen eleven product. You know so linson. Limited is a real proposition of the market. Yes i think. The graph on the track wise websites of highlighting a kind of the lengths that you guys can manufacturer as i write the case Whether liberals are going to get on this something needs pulse. I we're pretty proud of this technical ability. And it's his set me of his has gained some interest on the worldwide that we keeps promote that so much space thorough menu image. Coming them in the press. Explain a little bit more about the use of. Iht's the wiring harnesses soup today. I'd like to say it was a minute my class to teach it thinking. That was actually a an approach. Were originally buy royce. Aero-engines who looking for place the why hanis inside the aero-engines with flexible printed circuits in order to excite white and decide space because the aero-engines bake roughly eight meters the from fight to oversee the flexible printed circuits with a big rolls royce at hud. We made them met made big Badges that the reason we colder to improve thomas. Technologies is is the same reason the was originally. I'm originally developed spec in the middle of the century so that they do wolf a significant improvements conventional lot hanis

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Interview With Caroline Gorski Of Rolls Royce

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

06:10 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Caroline Gorski Of Rolls Royce

"Caroline I think we're gonna be diving into the topic of logistics today. And i think what people think about applying ai. Logistics are often thinking about tracking where trucks are tracking our inventory levels. But for you folks who've worked on some ai. Applications leveraging nlp for logistics and supply chain purposes obviously rolls royce of massive industrial organization. You have a lot of supply chain needs. Can you go a little bit into what the problem was. What you guys have kinda built to help your cause. They're sure dan absolutely so. Yeah i mean just a little bit of context rolls royce overseas a hundred year old company and as a result we are also company that manufactures highly complex and very high value physical things and as a result. We have a very complicated supply chain structure. We also have certain parts of our supply chain where there are very few companies around the world who can actually make what we need from all supply chain so they're all points in our supply chain weather arrow some quite quite high levels of risk in terms of sourcing strategy. Because we don't have an infinite number of supplies you cannot and on top of that we have or certainly did have a real challenge with the presence of what can really only be described described as incredibly dumb unstructured data across our supply chain so information held in pediatrics information on contracting terms on supply standards or capabilities or even designs on top of that an awful lot of our supply. Chain information is either engineering drawings or it's mathematical notation tabulated information and those are three categories off of data which is very hard for existing kind of simplistic optical character recognition tools to actually extract reliably. So over the last couple of years we've been working to develop a natural language processing computer vision capability that she allows us to extract intelligence from all of those kind of dumb unstructured data sources. So that we can use not intelligence to be much more adaptive much more flexible much more responsive in managing risk across supply chain and clearly given the challenges that we faced in some of our markets globalization being one of them over the last twelve months with the covid nineteen pandemic having that increased capability for managing supply chain risk flexibly being able to understand using machine intelligence to actually understand induce scenario modeling across ask supply chain that has helped to support our business in making very significant financial savings in terms of its response to the pandemic but also broadly in terms of ensuring businesses fit for purpose as we become out to the pandemic in terms of managing complex supply. Chain starches for the future hansard. There's so many ways that this can come into place we we've done a lot of One of the sectors where we do our ai. Opportunity landscape research. Every year is chain. Logistics looking at everything in terms of matching loads two vehicles for for transportation to inventory prediction an and arrival times and whatnot. Nlp in this space is interesting is novel and i can imagine so many ways that it might be leveraged can imagine you reading news and information about your various suppliers. Maybe it's the weather in the area. Maybe it's something about them. Having a bad quarter whatever the case may be and i can see that maybe being factored into what production volumes you think they may be able to do or what arrival times you might be able to expect or i could even say a system that just puts the most important news in front of a human analyst who can put it in broader context. Because of course there's so much context for that dumb data to actually speak to business needs on how specifically is nlp sort of working here. And what's maybe an example of where this is starting to be able to inform our processes inform our prediction. Or whatever it's doing yeah. I you're absolutely spots on that donna. Interestingly some of these cases or those areas that you've just mentioned there are exactly where we want to take capability next cohort of the work that we've been doing for rolls royce as a global entity in the first phase of development of this capability. We have been working with those tricky types of data that exists in manufacturing and engineering supply chain unstructured data sets. So those would let me give you an example much of what we communicate while supplies is communicated through drawings engineering drawings. So these these two d drawings which then need to be rendered into three day geometry's in order to be able to understand way to no debate able to understand how much waste material might be generated from from making components. Nfl which the supplier that component of will reimburse us for of course because they charge us for the bulk weight of the material and then the machine material they reinvest because they resell out secondary market so for us to understand for example you know how much is something away how much we're gonna cost to ship and transport How much rebate should we be guessing from from the waste material. That's been resolved by the supplier on. We need to be able to render a to d draw ring into its three d geometry now most of the during dumped exist in cat they only exist to droids so using a combination of competition and alpay. The nlp helps to extract the numerical information. That geometrical information is written around the drawing and the computer vision helps to manage the actual rendering of the drawing itself. You can actually turn your community station into three d rendering virtually and that of and allows you to couch might understand always questions about white about pricings about costing about justice about waste material might be generated for manufacturing

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Police identify man shot to death while driving Rolls-Royce in Buckhead, Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Police identify man shot to death while driving Rolls-Royce in Buckhead, Atlanta

"The man who was fatally shot driving his rolls through bucket has been identified. Police say. Another car, drove up beside Brandon Hamilton on Piedmont Road in the Lindbergh area and opened fire. Hamilton was hit several times and crashed the car into a tree. A passenger in the Rolls Royce was not shot but was treated for other injuries. Investigators still looking for a motive and suspects in the Sunday more

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Gobert shines as Utah Jazz rally past New York Knicks 108-94

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Gobert shines as Utah Jazz rally past New York Knicks 108-94

"Make it nine straight wins for the jazz following a one a week ninety four come back over the Knicks Utah trailed by fifteen in the first half and didn't take control until a twenty to three run in the fourth quarter we go there to liberty eighteen points nineteen rebounds and four blocks to his lots of shows in the first half you know and we could have done a better job but we it's not like we're breaking down defensively just do it just being tough shots from we fix that in the second half an hour and on the other hand we were able to knock down some shots because we ran out of additions Royce O'Neale chipped in twenty points while Mike Conley had nineteen seven rebounds and five assists Austin rivers paced the Knicks with twenty five points all in the first half I'm the ferry

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Florida state officials want to put a stop to COVID "vaccine tourism"

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Florida state officials want to put a stop to COVID "vaccine tourism"

"Getting covered 19 vaccines because they cannot prove their state residency. That's a full time job now between my wife's chemo appointments down here and all that stuff. It's like I'm back to work. Royce Minsky spoke to Wink TV and Fort Myers. The state implemented the residency requirement last week to limit so called vaccine tourism people who travel to Florida just to get inoculated. Seasonal residents who don't have a Florida driver's license can use a rental agreement to show they live here. Should another

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"royce" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on KTOK

"In an rolls Royce from matters the home fox news radio one thousand we listen to this so this let's get back to five we'll get back to him in a minute the to my wife right can I come in all right I got it some songs I really like all rights one more Joe Biden.

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"royce" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Royce it's fun to be a concert it's I believe in liberty and individual it's fun to be a capital look out dreary end down in the mouth just how angry the left is all the time now they make us less angry at them but on our everyday lives we're happy we love liberty and we want to defend it and protect it we want to pass along to our children and our grandchildren why do they hate for the out of control the Democratic Party in the media it's like walking through a mental institution with padded cells and padded hallways the throwing food at each other throwing chairs at each other they're howling at the moon that's what they do that's what the typical the greatest society on the face of the earth and you know how you know what's the greatest society on the face there many reasons but you know now because morons like that are roaming freely on the football in the country right Mr producer the roaming freely nobody stops them and I would say this to Dylan buyer fetches name people call into the show people can talk to me we can argue I cut them off thing trying cut me off nobody can talk to Dylan buyer he lives in a bubble as a senior media analyst at NBC he doesn't have access to the people doesn't want access to the people none of these journalists we now and then they go out on a field trip Hey let's go to the border Hey let's go to a diner Hey let's go to an assembly line you folks on the border at diners on assembly lines you're part of my only to call into the program you tell us what's going on not so over there at the our system broadcast corporation Hillsdale college understands please America's founders did that a proper education is essential reserving free government that's why learning truth is a pillar of Hillsdale college of these four pillars purposes learning character faith and freedom have defined hills does mission since eighteen forty four the look if young people don't learn about America's great heritage of liberty and freedom in our country well that is they must be taught how our government works on the importance of the constitution thank you to develop the skills to become useful citizens and the virtues required for self government since so many high schools colleges and universities fall short in.

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"royce" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"royce" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Time in The the BMW CEO at the time was fishing three that WHO's a great fan of certain British brands. He's a distant cousin to Alec. Issigonis the famous engineer. BMC Engineer Mini Engineer and he was very keen. Gene on acquiring Rolls Royce. BMW already supplied Rolls Royce with a lot of components right for the cars airbags engines etcetera. And of course. BMW had an aero engine business. Going with Rolls Royce. All this appeared not to matter to Volkswagen and they didn't realize to what extent Rolls Royce and vicars were somewhat in bed together until the last minute which rarely happens late Mr School You know had had the rug pulled out from under his feats. Did some lawyers end up in trouble for this. I I don't know I'm sure there are a lot of red faces but In any case you could say he got sweet revenge late because he hired pictured three later and fired him so as more or less. I mean it's. It's a pity because they're all Britain. Brilliant men brilliant brilliant people who sadly say. The industry is lacking this day. I think we're GONNA take fifteen seconds and we'll be right back back on a shortlist of every Watch list would have to be the TAG HEUER Monaco. It's the most iconic automotive connection that a person can have with the risks. What for me it's The icon of motorsports timekeeping back into the car that you introduced in two thousand three Robert and I were involved in the relaunch here in the US. With with a buddy of yours. Jim Selwyn that we have the all missed. Probably one of the greatest marketers and salespeople any of us have ever met or Jim is quite a character And certainly what we needed to kick-start things on this side of the of the of the ocean he was very elemental in certain initiatives. But the the fact was that time was running the project was. I wouldn't say stalling. You could tell it. The initial start is always difficult and we simply had to get gets information. Learn dig ourselves into what Rolls Royce was. All about. The truth is we did not know we could not possibly know but again fortunately originally we had cowed fold. who was back here? And who understood what was necessary lotteries resistance from traditional Rolls Royce owners enthusiasts clubs and one of the first things that counsel did was he his summer holiday after the acquisition was spent touring the UK in a Sarraf the BMW and jump and what was the last year of a Sarraf. Lost had the graph was three two thousand three handed over to us. I remember are we I remember Rolls Royce prior to the takeover had the reps out here had ceremoniously delivered the last corniche convertible to Our offices at ROB report and I had the pleasure of driving having the big boat for about a week it was a beautiful dark blue thing with gorgeous tan interior with switches that went click. Well not only did they do. Do that I remember that it was parked in my driveway. And I was in the midst of raising the roof and it literally froze solid like a dinosaur fossil Seoul in fully erect condition so that this roof sticking up fully probably ten feet up into the air was paralyzed in wouldn't work. It wouldn't go up. It wouldn't go down. It was sticking straight up in the air and it was a personal Sunday and I was panicked because I thought well this is a great way to have everyone in the neighborhood. Make Fun of me and I was just having a car in your driveway was added with the F.. Sticking straight up. That was something great. I finally got a hold of an engineer. And he told me that. With the use of a very small Allen Wrench I could land y back crawl all the way into the trunk on my back and crank the little emergency agency mechanism about three thousand times and the roof. Which Frantic Rolls Royce Authentic Rolls Royce? But what a magnificent car it sort drove like a seventy six Chevrolet caprice but it was magnificent as any four hundred thousand new. You're driving a heavy car which which leads us to the car that you introduced in two thousand three the Phantom seven which fifty five hundred pounds six thousand pound. The Phantom being a aluminium space frame structure was set the compared to previous models incredibly light incredibly stiff I think it was one of the stiffest platforms even BMW produced fairly stiff upper lip. which is not to say that we had surprise is in the development of first running prototype we had for example that Cab fell to out and came back with a red face. He said well. So you guys joking. It's just drives like three series like an m three is not what we want. This is the Rolls Royce and these things the the mindset you have have to get over and a company like that. I say it's always like a blind person will know how to move themselves around their power from where they live. Everything is in the place where they know. Oh exactly where it is when you start a project that Rolls Royce. You have to move everything into a different position and let people get used to where that is otherwise you will not achieve this break and this is what slowly started to take place and happen but initially it was you know we were. We were not getting there just for a minute because this was a truly unique. Feeling the dial in the center console with the gift as as me well that was that blasted i-drive at the US which we simplified and and had to carry over but simplification was the key. 'cause I remember the sell sell will telling me my customers are eight years old and they're not going to understand how to use this. I drive to be fell on us. We will less. That's worried about the eight year old customers more about the forty year old future customers. Because that's what we have achieved that's where you designing for the customer experience the buying emotion or were you designing basically to impress yourself. We suddenly weren't trying to impress ourselves. I think we were trying to defined feet. We always had the I think we had huge respect for the past what Roy stood for. And you could only actually fail if you succeeded needed then you might just just just succeed so that was something that was absolutely never outta my mind but you gave us as customers. I gave us so much. I'm sorry but there's a technical term. I have to use cool shit to show our friends for example both front doors. You designed in an umbrella that you kept in the door a carbon fiber handle. Yes tell me about what what was is behind that. 'cause I can't remember other cars being designed with umbrellas in the door behind that was the British climates. But it's one of those things that sticks in people's minds it's one of the stories. The people like to tell like the non-revolving Rolls Royce emblem on the wheels. meaning that when you look at the wheels the roles raise emblem ause read. It is always perfectly upright. Yes and lived in what ball bearings. Or what was that. Two way counterweight is kept vertical. It was a a remarkable looking thing for the narrative for the whole Rolls Royce thriving. Experience that wafting at made the car almost look as if it was awesome trying to work hard at all the effortlessness one of the other remarkable things that I'd love to know. Whose idea was this? Nobody owned a Rolls Royce. Frantom and didn't didn't take their friends to a closed and locked car and ask them to try to steal the flying. The flying lady the flying lady in the front but a cool experience that was and you could. I really find out whether or not your friend was cool enough to handle the reaction for those of you. Who Don't know if you try to grab the flying lady in the front of the Rolls Royce is is it was spring loaded and disappeared with a very loud and sudden clunk which usually got your friends to jump back three or four feet or the little trap door that covered sir up and you'd never see her again? There's another interesting story to that that when we took over the spirit of ecstasy the mascot. It's on the front of the car. Oh over time. The mold had deteriorated. Got Worn out so we re engineered them and brought back all the detail but because of the way and the height is limited by the way by legislation and visibility lines that cannot be go because they were larger historically used to be larger And just not as large and can be I. I don't know if in the future..

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"royce" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"This is cars that matter. I'm here with my good friend. And kinda sort of just just about everything Robert Ross. Well I'm not sure I deserve that but I am here with some good friends who are connoisseurs of everything. Certainly when it comes to automotive design in Cameron and Green Aclu's thanks for joining us to talk about precisely the subject that this program focuses on cars that matter. Hi Hi Robin thank you great to have you here. VERINA are recently retired. I say with a great deal of envy and at President Barking on some new creative challenges with the same forever over that drove them to accomplish so much within the BMW group with whom they both worked. Most recently is the former design director of Rolls Royce. Motor cars ars since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine Was The visionary behind the rebirth of the brand following its takeover by BMW and the relaunch of The Rolls Royce Phantom in two thousand three once again Rolls Royce became the standard bearer of automotive luxury something. We talk about a lot here and could rightfully rightfully be called the best car in the world as as the company slogan since Nineteen Seven under his leadership team designed the Phantom seven ushering in and really a whole new design language that At once was reverential two rolls royces past but utterly forward thinking in so many ways when you launched in two thousand the three you launched with a completely new design a completely new concept which they came to you in nineteen ninety nine and told you you're going to be the chief designer for the new rolls-royce mark yes. It happens somewhat like that not quite as as logically or smoothly as project gains momentum. I think as certainly as BMW realized what they're taken on in terms of time commitment having acquired the rights to the brand Rolls Royce from Volkswagen. This was a date set in stone. Not Sand rather like a world football championship will whatever you want to compare it to the Olympics. We couldn't change. The data date was set when crew would no longer be the home of the production of Rolls Royce. BMW would be responsible in the net date. We had to be ready. Not just tell me about that moment where you found that you were going to be involved in this project. What did it feel like? Who told you about it? Did you drink heavily or what happened. We we already drinking heavily beforehand but now the truth is that BMW had a very special person. In charge of the project was delayed. Karlheinz and scout fell yeah. It was a phenomenal character. had been responsible for building up. BMW Motorsport the brand into what it was and he was really someone who understood and got to the roots of Brandon. What a brand need? What about if he hadn't existed the project would never have happened happened? He was ready the founding pillar and very complimentary of Robert say that I did this that and the other. The truth is when you speak of a piece of music music which to me. A design is usually include the orchestra. It's never just one person. Someone is the conductor. Someone has to hold the baton for sure but the baton is useless useless if the people in front of him can't play that team already there did you have to handle team was within BMW but it was It was then source from all over the world world including Design works actually. The design of the exterior was designed works employees. Sitting here in Sunny California. Probably a good time to introduce produce Marina Verena close was former president of BMW design works in Southern California since two thousand four so meanwhile jons working a between Munich Unocal Goodwood Farina is industriously running the operation of BMW's subsidiary in California design works as a subsidiary BMW with studios located in Munich. Obviously Los Angeles and Shanghai in you set up the studio in Shanghai as well as correct definitely tappin during my tenure doc but before we started a tapping into Asia through a studio in Singapore before we moved to Shanghai clearly the Los Angeles operation was instrumental in not not only informing the design of some Rolls Royce products but a considerable number of other projects as well. It's absolutely right. Designed boxes is one of the leading design agencies on this planet and works in the creative field of strategic consulting and works for many many clients. BMW YOU GROUP IS GONNA start a motive variety of in the sense of automotive design. US eight works only for the BMW grew out of confidentiality reasons but in in in the area of truck design there are many more clients design. Works us is working for and you did a lot of work in aviation. I understand. We'll talk about that too. That was one of the industry categories. That was somehow my ambition to grow this field because somehow felt right to cater to the EH premium design needs for BMW to walk more in the creation industry. One of a greatest values of design works unlike other automotive studios in California. They work with third party clientele in fields completely outside the automotive which gives them access in the case of the aviation experience the two clientele in the world which is very akin to Rolls Royce. That was a huge building block for us to use that to work outside the typical new restrictions of an automotive engineering organization in Munich. This was absolutely essential to try and free ourselves from the BMW world and get into the Rolls Royce world and get acceptance if you're arguing with engineers on your home turf. You'll hear the same log. UMENTS reasoning anything being repeated day after this is their mantra. If you move outside of that you can stop leaving a different point of view. And when actually realized they had in the hands and one of the first meetings I do remember in the so-called design penthouse in BMW. We're all models and future concepts presented. They put together some plans vision strategies typical sort of processes and teams. That would be involved. The try and speculate understand what was necessary and this was under the guidance of Wolfgang Righteously. Who still in house and we called old people from rover who was part of the group at that time was very important to have the British content the British understanding we obviously had people from designed signed works and also people from Munich and interesting international salute melding of German build quality as you were building a factory jury in Goodwood outside a London drew people from all the Studios Rover designed works Munich and set them up in a very secrets undercover to cover skunkworks type of student in? ooh That's a good movie London but before that we had this meeting in the Pant House everything was laid up shedules process laid out and then people listening. Yeah we'll have to do this have to do this to have this. These people in in came rights learn looked at an oasis is a joke. Isn't it went out doing it like this and has to be done here there and everywhere but not here yea not with these processes and of course everybody in a hierarchical organization nor didn't say yes of course but he set the ball rolling to make it clear. This would not be done under the normal auspices of a BMW design and engineering. Would it be safe to say. That Rolls Royce really really did operate much like an independent mark as it had done before. It's aquisition by BMW. Absolutely absolutely had to because they didn't have the resources to do anything else. It's fair to say that that time things have changed in the meantime first of all. BMW ready had experience in producing delivering a non on BMW product in the Range Rover which they'd realized you couldn't do a better description. Some of Ford's brands. They simply a re bodied Ford. This was not going to be the case. They very quickly understood. It had to be done differently but this is not to say that that that dates could be moved or there was endless resource the factors. You couldn't within an organization I'd BMW just to put make things clear. It could not be the case of the most expensive products would be we run under some vengeance from the other cheaper models the BMW's near the had to pay for themselves. A complete new paper compete new piece of paper With black and Lincoln not rent exactly no reading reading. Can we talk about this. Had all the fairly remarkable story of Volkswagen buying saying the Rolls Royce Bentley Company and then being somewhat surprised that the Rolls Royce Mark was I guess that's a nice way way to put it it it it It actually turned out to have been licensed to the company that they acquired and the MW talk about right place right time and right pocket then. Acquired that mark for the use in automotive said the.

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"royce" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on KOMO

"Very important question and Jerry is joining us rolls Royce so Jerry I know that somehow we got a wires crossed loss we can you're supposed to join us but Jen told me that you were out doing yard work and I so that doesn't seem right for someone someone who works for rolls Royce would be doing their own yard with what's going on did you have to fight the stuff oh no no no that's my therapy in the spring of one you kick in the door with my hands Lebanon I apologize from this you know last week I I'm I'm talk all the technical glitch but it's great to agree to be talking to the people all right so first of all there is a black badge for every rolls Royce I believe that is currently on sale except for Colin until now is that correct well that's close with the exception of France on where we said we will we will not look like ge plant on we had everything set goals we we started with great coast and then we had a black patch don and now at the long awaited arrival of black badge calling you it's it's just awesome tell me a little bit about the theory behind black badge because those you know everyone's very familiar with the world's most premier luxury brand which is rolls Royce but they're not old familiar with the black badge vehicles that you do and your symbol is very significant and what you do the cause is very significant and it's really to take it to the next level right right you're right about the nineteen ninety I know you're familiar it's track badge was worn by our customers and we saw that a lot of our clients were kicking the cars that were blocking enough cosmetically good like that dark age your new watch feeling and that was when we found that very interesting and more and more we saw I saw someone doing that for you actually saw of so much we made the decision that if that's what our clients want we have to do that so we wanted to develop a black that your version yeah we started this race of black Dodge version some people's younger Hipper darker age your manager these are folks you know guys and girls and going out at night all up the club in a black Dodge so we do two things the first was in the cosmetic darkening making a plaque and took the grilled and smoked it you know the pantheon clearly use a chemical depravation that could connect not to to make it black we went as far as to keep the spirit of ecstasy and make that black the corpsman exterior black I'll be we started with a job carbon fiber and aluminum alloy wheels give me a really dark cool look we want to end there because yeah this is rolls Royce you'll be the one to do something which kitchen we don't want to subpoena to give a on the engineering side we teach the car out we gave it a more power all cars except for you of age which is already at maximum horsepower we give them more torque we tighten the suspension tied the steering part of more questions shift pattern on the on the transmission so what we did is we gave an edgier look darker look in giving edgier darker feel and now you sort of taken over I mean this is the it's increased the uptake of these vehicles to be people just going crazy for this and you still have your loyal rolls Royce customers that come back year after year and still buying new model for you finding this sort of new younger dynamic audience who are buying these vehicles in record numbers yeah you can you not yet you you nailed it there you said you said something like on the two younger demographic for younger type of wealthy individuals it's people that she didn't think that they would lovable slice you give good love drive unit only other coming in seeing the future my style so black Dodge gives us an alternative for people to join the ultra luxury family about the same time will also I mean I don't believe someone who's not short of thirty or forty years old little bit more staff you know we a lot of car engines use a lot of people that really love that Eiji dark feeling cars I would still be right there we gonna carry on in just a moment but let's take a quick break here on how auto expert if you want to hear the whole interview it's going to be.

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"royce" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

22:09 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on A New Direction

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"royce" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on A New Direction

"It's following what what really sparks you what really excites you know your passion about and we're GONNA talk about passion here in a little bit because you talk about that too I asked you know are you wanting to put on the brakes because of fear or because you've figured out a little bit more about the direction you WanNa take I think that fear can from fulfilling our potential and this is why chapter to become so important or secret this is my secret to become so important because this is where you know that when we struggle with our dream that becomes really important that we enroll others yeah we did that that we enroll as but before you get to that before we get to enroll you know what you're listening to by the way I got to do this because this is we're talking with Royce Gomez and I just here in a new direction in a new direction is brought to you today by our favorite sponsor right the fifth spot that's been with us from the very beginning and that's in line business brokers and eiser inland business brokers advisors have literally helped thousands of clients and the sales and purchases of businesses when it's time to sell.

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"royce" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"royce" Discussed on A New Direction

"Have a great show I am telling a level up if you if you have any desire at all any desire at all to have any interest in leadership or success ask or maybe you don't maybe don't care about leadership success maybe that doesn't mean anything to you maybe you're one of those people go gee I really want to be a leader and I don't want to be successful well then this is the show for you but if you have any inkling at all that maybe you want to go be a better leader or you want to be more successful the this is the show for you because her name is Roy Gomez this book is absolutely awesome it's practical it's fun too fun fast nickel read that's the best way to put that on the Amazon Review It is fast fun practical leadership success read what do you think of that Gadhafi title Royce do you like that for my title for my five Star Review on Amazon I absolutely love pick some very well I love that that's our that's our voice we're going to talk to her in just a second because you know she's going to be awesome and she's so much fun and she has been so gracious I I the story if I could tell you the story of how she is just like helped the guy out Oh man I tell me what she took this big big huge guy and just was like I'm GonNa help you out and with you and find out how you doing in the four areas of your life you know I believe that we are four-part people we are physical people we are mental people were emotional people and we're spiritual people right and these things are all the things are independent of each other right I mean they do affect each other but you can't take the average and say oh well that's where I'm at now no your physical is very different than your mental than emotional than your spiritual right so look at these independently because we got to work on each of these independently not all as when thanks let's start with the physical skill of went to ten one being miserable ten being outstanding people out there listening all over this world thank you facebook cashbox. FM The OAK ninety three five in Raleigh and all the podcasts everywhere were you at physically on that scale of went to ten one being miserable ten being outstanding five being average right are you a three six what are you what are you today me confessed right up front you don't have to eight even with all the hiking I've done this summer teens or smell tat's doug so you're here I love it when guests get involved like this right so she's eight she's a even though she's she's not where she wants to be she's an eight she feels good right you feel good is that correct race you feel great and here's the thing and Royce will tell you this because of her book level up she would tell you that you know what the the goal whatever your numbers you don't have to be eight like Royce you could be a three the goal here is not to get from a three to ten we want you to get from three to four right we just want you to get to the next number so think about this what do you what do you need to do to change you to get to that next number and here's what we know the higher the numbers get well now you've got to start looking at a half number or a quarter number because the closer you get to ten harder tries to get there right so then all of a sudden those gaps become narrower so as everybody out there what are you doing out there what are you doing to change what you need to change physically okay and it could be writing things right maybe you need to do hiking like your voice she did some hiking maybe that's what you need to do maybe add that into you change the Diet could be a number of things right maybe it could be getting a flu shot okay all right secondly mentally right okay the area I mean by that well there's two halves of our brain right there's a right side for brain that's creative and fun and Royston I know all about that creative site because you know we're authors we right and we love that but then there's the left side of the brain which is the logical side and you know we can be pretty good at that too because you know we have to think numbers and business in how all logic and the logistics of all right let's see this two halves of the brain and so what are you feeding yourself what kind of knowledge are you feeding yourself mentally in those two halves your brain and then evaluate that on that same scale of one to ten in miserable ten being outstanding where you at Mentally Today Royce what are you what are you at mentally today if you're thinking about feeding I have I have ten number for this day multiple brain injuries sometimes I feel like I'm in the six because I forget what I wanted to say and hopefully that will happen during this view but I'm continuous avid learner and take in everything I can take in and try out new things so in that Ma'am I would say I'm a ten because I'm up for challenge every time mentally okay did you hear what she said she's an avid right. She's an avid learner. See here's the thing about people were learners they're always feeding both house of the brain there feeding the creative side they're feeding the logical side that's what we're asking you to do right what are you doing are you learning are you really a growing and learning as as my wife has told me since day one when we started dating you know she said to me she said you know what you're if you're not growing your dying when you constantly in a state of learning you can always growing all right so we got two numbers of physical number and a mental number let's move on to the emotional number what do I mean that well sometimes you'll hear us psychological professionals like myself you'll hear use words like emotional quotient or emotional intelligence what we're really talking about if I can make it a gross generalization is we're talking about how well are you able to control your emotions I right and then the second piece is how well are you able to tap into the emotions of other and then there is a third piece how well do you understand your own emotions so unskilled one to ten one being miserable ten being outstanding how are you doing those three areas being able to control your emotions being able to eat or relate to the emotions of others and then being able to really understand your emotions and where they come from rice what do you got you know as a leader I think you'd have to be honest with that question and say there's always room for improvement so I'm going to go with a seven and a half because I think there's always due to tap into other's emotions and walk where they've walked I love that right right we call it we call it empathy right where we can walk in someone issues and and we're not saying sympathy don't get those two things confused some people actually do I'm not feeling sorry for you I'm just trying to get into your shoes and feel what you feel as you walk in them and that's what Roy was talking about so how are you doing with all that folks how well are you are you what's that number and then what do you need to change to get to that next number all right finally it's the last number right it's the spiritual number and I always get people who say I don't know what you mean spiritually J. will here's came out first of all science cannot explain everything I know some of you out there want to believe that we'll just because they can't explain it now trust me we are not going to be explained I have my master's portion of my degrees has an S. at the end so I did nothing but study science I'm just GonNa tell you right now there's parts that we will never explain because is actually some sort of a side there's a soul we have a soul I there's sometimes music touches a part of us we can't explain it's not physiological it's not ah there's nothing to explain it it's there's something there and we can't even explain love very why we love something that we never loved before right and who's going to have a baby here in a couple of weeks and he said you know I don't I don't know I don't know how I was supposed to feel about tea cr because all of a sudden you something you've never loved before and spiritual things can come in a variety of forms you know some people believe in God some people believe that nature gives them a center I believe in Karma or other things they believe that somehow that gives them a center piece or a joy and so I always ask this question as delve went to ten how you doing in that area of your life because is it working for you where you can go to your spiritual or maybe it's meditation or prayer and that you know that it's working for you and that you know maybe it's a relationship if its relationship with God how's that working out for you so on a scale of one to ten how are You Doing Royce Spirituel Area I in gay that's awesome see see folks it doesn't it doesn't have to be this religious ceremony it's not that at all what it is is it's really about the spiritual about what is it takes to bring you back to center and that gives you sense of common sense of peace and sense of joy that we can't explain so you've got every life the physical the mental emotional spiritual and got to think of those of like sitting in a chair you know if they're uneven it's really uncomfortable senator right and if there are too low really uncomfortable to sit in a chair and if you're too low in their uneven it's even more uncomfortable so the idea of bringing these four areas up is so that we can bring the chair up to the right height right which is a tent bringing up to our ten right so what we do is we could sit in a chair and be well-balanced well that leads me to somebody who's extraordinarily well balanced and as you heard from her and thank you so much for joining me with that Royce her name is Royce Gomez and she is extraordinary she is the owner of Royce Hawks and Royce Talk Dot Com she's a business consultant executive coach. CEO of Royce talks and by the way it's ROTC talks t a L K S dot com and she's been doing this for years and years he's a copywriter published author and editor an independent consultant she is a radio podcast host east of thrive a woman's during victory that features interviews and Lady She's written a series of books and I shouldn't say that they're serious but she's written so many books they're just one after another she's co written books she's helped nonprofits she's help startups she's helped write letter she's published probably over a hundred thousand different pieces of written material from all over the place she is she is done everything imaginable when it comes to being able to help people get to where are they want them word they want to be because she is the woman she's the person she is the person who can help you get there and her name is Royce Gomez so ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the show Royce Gomez Royce to a new direction thank you I hope I can live up total that and let you know it did not happen without some challenges well I love this book as I'm holding it up in its people are joining us from all over the world here level up is the name of the book and its visiting.

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"royce" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"royce" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Forward vacuum did i'm more nervous about utah more nervous in portland i love what utah has done to their starting lineup could be calmly mitchell ingles bogdonovich yep go bear yup off the bench royce o'neil and dante exum at the wing at davis is a backup center yup 'em my woman i'm sure i'm forgetting their main eight guy and yang will get some time there's a backup for him he could shoot and i'm gonna look up their roster now 'cause i'm sure i think they're gonna wave neto i think that was just reported right to to get under tomato kind of deal have yet to admit to get whatever they do so i'm gonna look up there who else they have now because i'm sure were forgetting so i mean that that's that advance for you a bit though i mean they are a little small on the wing you know if you're playing boy on in joe ingles essentially as you're three for you know if you are a little light and the pants there at power forward but if you look around the league how many teams are really playing a huge guy that spot and not that many teams right and when you do have rudy bear at the ram you could probably sacrifice a little bit of size knowing you've got this goliath at the remedy kinda clean things up and i'm sure that's what utah's thinking because again you know we watched the last two years utah gotten the playoffs in their offense it's really kind of got stuck in the mud and it was donovan mitchell running into a wall and they didn't have enough scores around the guys who could make place now you add mike conley you had going by damage do really good shooters two guys put the ball in the foreign make a play the run a pick and roll all four of those guys now they just have a ton of it'd be areas they're gonna be a very dynamic offensive team i do think like i i do think there's something in the playoffs of like ingles limitations are a little more pronounced it's in the playoffs royce o'neill's limitations are a little more pronounced in the playoffs even go bears i think are a little bit more pronounced jerk layoffs so i just there's something i'm i'm high on utah i think i do think they have a chance to make the final there in that they've gotten so in that congress era hunter percent in the mix to be the best team in the west for sure i just i'm like five ten percent lower on them then people seem to be i there's just a little element of athleticism and just kind of like juice inside just like a little like power and athleticism there's like a little little at ltd that that's missing from me you just you'd feel a lot better about that team if they had jae crowder still right or just one more guy like that just another guy at the at another four they could plug in that it feels like a foresight maybe even bigger the jae crowder like just like nikola miratec well yeah but you only so much stuff happened if you're in college in retirement you're holding nikola miratec went to europe.

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"royce" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"royce" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Hope you enjoy it. And there's always give us a rating. If you think we deserve it. We'll take five stars or whatever you think is fair. And as always thanks for supporting the beat with Ari Melber. I'm very excited to tell you. I'm here right now with the famous rapper Royce to five nine you probably know his collaborations with Grammy winning rapper manami's been working with for over a decade and is latest music. Video comes out for the song cocaine. How you doing nice, sir? For sure thank you for having me. Let's start with cocaine popular song. Now, the video comes out for those of us who don't know how it works. How does it work? How do you decide which ones get video? What are you saying this song? This song means everything. I mean, this is the most important song on the album is actually a song about addiction is about my diction as well as my father's addiction and father was able to overcome addiction. You know? Of course, everyday struggle is everyday fight father was able to overcome addiction and choose us his family over the drug cocaine, and he just taught me that he taught me that lesson early in life. And he you know, he's my hero for that. You know? So I wanted to make song about it to kinda salute him and show that you know, there's a there's a better way. When did you? I know that he had a problem. He was struggling as far back as I care to remember really growing up as a young kid as young kid. We went through a lot as a family when went through a lot as a family. He's a very. Very stern. Prow respectable, man. Very old-fashioned waiting. He. Kind of like chastised us. You know what I mean? So we came up pretty pretty rough music and movies are often thought of as glorifying certain conduct street conduct violence, substance abuse, you're talking about and yet in many communities. It's a problem that is part of real life before the culture comes in. How do you look at that? Why is it for new you say, this is your most important song to touch people and to tell people there's another way it is a way to do it. There's a way to do. It is a way to touch on where it looks like you glorifying. And then there's also a way to do it where you shed light. And you're not pretending like, it doesn't exist. You just speak your truth. I'm one of those kinds artists. I I speak my truth. You know, that's what works easiest for me. I find it. When I try to be anything else. It's harder for me to do. So it was very easy for me to just go in studio, and to speak my truth, or what do you think about some artists, particularly in what's popular with trap music or future? Where the chorus the song it seems like. Just celebrating a drug lifestyle. I think is unfortunate. But I try not to think about it. You try to just focus on your message music. Yeah. You know, people talk about whether something's real and permanent to you. Obviously hip hop important. I as a as an observant journalist, I notice it's touted on your neck, tell me about that. What what does it mean to tattoo hip up on your body? Well, you know, hip hop is John re this started, you know, back in the seventies. And we were looked at it something that was just going to be a trend just going to be a fad we were gonna come and go, and then we have very important artists to pock ice tea ice cube. And you these guys put their life on the line for the for the John really put their life on the line. So for the freedom of speech, you know, so we can say whatever we want on our platforms, and you know, c DeLores Tucker stink remembered him take into CDs and throwing them on the ground stomping on them sugar and talking about this. John relax was just going to go..

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