21 Burst results for "Sanjiv"
How Connected Living Is Retrofitting Senior Living Spaces With Voice Technology
"For us, there's kind of two approaches to voice. One is just the ability to talk to a personal assistant. But then the second side is more of that smart home experience. So we are at the forefront of many different retrofits right now in the healthcare space where we're fitting entire senior living either new builds or remodels with smart devices. So this is actually an example of one of our leading clients. This is inspire and Manhattan. This is a 215 unit building, 350 plus $1 million. And we were retrofitted every piece of this building with voice technology to make it more easy to use for the incoming incoming seniors. So what are we talking about? We're talking about obviously a hub device like an Alexa, but we're talking light switches by voice, thermostats by voice, blinds by voice, TVs, you know, utilizing voice, and so on. So there's this whole approach that we can bring, you know, to new communities and the new seniors who are moving in since now one on a two people who move into a community are using a smart device at least three times per day. So there's kind of this first avenue, which is just how can I leverage any information I need about through a personal assistant, which is our approach then the smart home and then as sanjiv will start to look into now is how can we go from a stationary voice product to an autonomous voice product. So we've helped build and deploy over 250 autonomous robots into the
"sanjiv" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
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"sanjiv" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Two zero eight five two police investigating a reported shooting that took place in Seattle's so called autonomous zone Seattle police did in fact go to the area which is just a couple blocks away from where we are Seattle police confirmed to me that Lisa source confirms to me that they tried to get inside this chop zone to get to the victim there was at least one person shot at tenth and pine which is again just a couple blocks away they tried to get to that victim but then they were basically attacked by an angry mob there were people who were throwing stuff at them they were never able to get to that victim and so they got back out these medics who were inside this chop zone actually ended up taking that victim to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead later on that morning foxes dance Springer from Seattle a second victim of the shooting is reportedly alive but the condition unknown police vacated the police precinct in that zone after protesters took over the neighborhood in the wake of racial equality marches following the death of George Floyd while he was in Minneapolis police custody some of the staff members of the U. S. embassy in Afghanistan have tested positive for the coronavirus that according to the state department state department officials are saying how many are affected but those infected with covered nineteen include diplomats contractors and locals the Associated Press reports an official at the embassy in Kabul who spoke anonymously said up to twenty people are infected there in isolation at the embassy while the rest of those of the compound are being tested Afghanistan has more than twenty eight thousand confirmed cove in cases and international aid groups who are monitoring the spread say the numbers are probably a lot higher due to the lack of testing capabilities a handful of NATO troops have also tested positive Tonya J. powers fox news in front of an empty grandstand because of the pandemic is the wall won the Belmont Stakes with the Kentucky Derby and Preakness to follow I'm Sanjiv Grasso this.
Marketing and Branding in a Voice-First World
"Have with me today. A Sanjiv n John of what Stone Technologies Welcome. Gentlemen on Yes so you guys did a talk earlier today about marketing and branding and a voice I world. Can you talk a little bit about what you guys were explaining in that workshop? So in fact. I'm going to give the JOHNSONS. He was the one that was on the panel. I love it right so There were a number discussed The one of which of course was Discover ability that's top of mind in for most brands agencies marketers is how to. How do you get to the skill of the action in the first place? How do you make people aware of Discover ability on this platform system is still an area. That's very much influx in very much development I know I know that there are teams in Amazon and Google and in Bixby. That are working heavily in that space. Now that said there been some creative solutions around Addressing that that we're discussing the panel including Social Media Marketing to in social media pushes doing time events. For example the rain agency didn't interesting release with The Nike Sneaker Shoe drop that tied in with the halftime show of an NBA game. So you you had a very present call to action and you know the television was informing the home users to use their Alexa. I'm you can't get much more direct than that. Yeah I mean when you're talking about discover ability because that is something that people struggle with. It's just like any other marketing. You have to push it out. How would you suggest people do that on? Social Media Brealey when you're when you're doing on social media for example part of that is just letting somebody know you can now talk to? This brand. Alexa opened my brand right. Or Hey Google talk to my brand. But moreover you can target S- Certain user groups on on facebook you can look for hashtags on twitter You can do more targeted marketing or two people that are interested in more information about the Surface area that your skill touches on and I'll I'll use the term voice application to be a little bit more broad because you know every rightfully so every business us every brand would wants to have as much reaches as possible so they they wanted to be on every platform as possible so I think targeted Campaigns that focus on. Let's say for example. I'll just pull out one case in point. Let's say you have An Agency for balloon rides right then you would be targeting. People that have been searching for a balloon rides in a given area. Maybe you would. You would target like travelocity As a as a marketing platform. So you want to think about you. Know the keywords the demographic that would be likely to use your skill likely to be looking for your skill that makes sense. I mean how important is it for you to also teach these people how to use the scale how to interact with that? You're not only marketing. That hey we have a skill but how do you kind of Tell Them? What is the best way to use it right so he wanted to be as intuitive as possible. So you don't have to teach in the first place so keep the interaction Light quick and direct and deliver value quickly like for example One of the peace process of our platform involves coupon delivery. So Oh so you would engage the user with a set of very quick. Yes no pre qualifying questions to ascertain whether they are interested in the coupon you're offering and whether they're the right target audience but you don't want to Overdo it with a litany of QNA's you want to keep it down to like two or three questions than okay yes It sounds like you're interested in this. Please provide your phone number. And we'll send you a discount code and of course you want to make that Discounts worth it to that person to give up their phone number because of course. That's another piece of personal data so Of course you have your privacy statements. That's you're not going to be solid to third party But with the particular brand at that that's Phone is a phone numbers. Offered up to that particular brand can still use it to do additional reminders. We always in the space. We tend to think voice. I and often forget that it's not necessarily has to be boys exclusive so you can capture that initial data and then keep the conversation going on another platform so you you've got the phone number you then have SMS capabilities. Yeah I like that. You're saying it's not just voice I. It's voice exclusive. Because a lot of people do think I should just doing voice. It's really about integrating with every single thing you're right you want to meet the customer where they want to be met and so if they're coming to you with a on the voice platform certainly. That's where you meet them and you can use the voice platform for doing it with the voices good at like we found. It's good capturing numbers is spoken numbers. It's not very good at capturing spoken letters so even spelling an email address like the letters z could be mistaken for being often is My last name for example spelled I W Z is pronounced. Iwata's what do you think the likelihood of my spoken last name? We'll get transcribed correctly by the smart speaker. Can I don't care which far speaker you're now? The two of you both worked at Microsoft right. How did the tune of you knew? And why did you decide to create this company together so we met in two thousand one when I moved to Philly and we worked at Microsoft consulting services? We've known each other. I nearly twenty years and then we had I think as we went from being co workers to where we actually spent seven years making short films together and then I was between jobs and then John had this idea about doing something with Alexa and I had this sudden thing of going. You know I could go look for a job or you know when I turned seventy. I don't WanNa be sitting on my deathbed going. What if I tried and tried? And and we're we're we're at here. We are and John. John came along for the ride of Your Role. So when you decided to work together is one of you. More technical wants where the vision where the marketing. How do you guys work together? So John John is the so. He's in charge of the architecture. The platform where where we take in this. I'm the Shiny Talker guy you know and so I work. I work on that. We also have. We also have Patty Curry. She's helping us with marketing and strategic initiatives. We have a GUY UP IN BOSTON. Vic South Who's helping us with business? So I love it a little bit so you guys knew each other for a long time. He started this company. But you've been doing film work as well. What do you do? Where did that come into play? Does that have anything to do with the voice? If you're doing as well to well we a lot of the filmmaking. We did was actually around horror comedy and stuff like because we we always found whenever we tried to write a series script. Just started goofing off and so in comedy lights and that kind of Trent but honestly where I think the filmmaking came in with audio is one of the things John and as we started to we we were self taught and I taught myself how to do sound. John taught himself how to be a director photography and as we started getting into the in into working with film you know part of part of making a film is understanding how to tell a story and having a beginning middle and an end and when you think of conversation conversational design. It's the same thing you need to have a beginning a middle and an end and also as you're working with the film one of the biggest components it's actually more I believe it's about sixty to seventy percent of a film is the audio and so when you're making an audio application. There's a lot of crossover audio engineering of how do you? How do you get a person to feel like? They're part of this experience. How do you communicate is it? Are you know when you make your choices? Are you using the voice of the assistant? Are you choosing to use a human just using way files? What kind of you know? Maybe you're mixing some different audio in the background. So there's there's quite a bit of crossover when you really get down to it. Yeah there is an one of the things I love about this voice text base is. It's pulling in so many creatives my background's in dance originally and I do writing. People are writers. They're filmmakers. Why do you think that there is such a big pull of the creative space into this piece of technology more than others? I think everyone wants to live star Trek. Because let's get real. This is what we're starting to see. This is this is star trek this her being able to turn around to the computer and say turn the lights on. Turn the lights off. Phasers on stun right John. Yeah I actually used if this then that to set up an experience on On our speaker so that if I say you know red alert it blinks might Philips Hue Lights Red and and the Star Trek klaxons begin sounding. I mean yeah I agree. It's an interesting. I never thought about it that way. But that makes a Lotta Sense. So what advice do you have four brands? That are considering voice technology. Invoice Skills Abou- where they should start especially when it comes to their marketing component. Let's say they have a skill. They're utilizing capacity. What should they be doing as a brand I? I think starting simple certainly start with a very simple interaction that goes back to earlier statement delivered value quickly to the consumer. Don't involve THEM INTO A LONG-TERM CONVERSATION. Attention spans are fairly short so And used that learning to then build on and augment the skilled use that to determine what customers are looking for where they engage in where they not engaging where they dropping off you know. And it's an iterative process so it's not a one and done deployment. It's an ongoing Is going process? And to build on that We had the experience from releasing a skill that was like a treasurer on adventure story That is like an audio drama. Meets treat hundred venture self guide to story and we had some engagement with it was designed for children. It was written up in in Pc magazine as one of the top one hundred skills for kids But once the skill is finished there's no incentive to return once the person's face the game. There's no new content for them to explore so something to consider and strongly so is. How do you incentivize the person to return to the skill to become a monthly active user? So it comes back to refreshing your content and making sure that contents is. What the user certainly whether you sorta looking for make fresh make it new and put that content creation into the hands of the brand managers because certainly they're going to be the ones that other customers
"sanjiv" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Obvious pin action when a company reports earnings after strong day. One hundred thirty eight points to be advanced point. Four five percent Nasdaq climbed points accepted. Said you know what I want to go for. The best fit the session. Why don't we start with the commentary? metairie surrounding the excellent were Mike Run as the commodity seven can make reported some truly terrific numbers last night. You know what they did. The they called the bottom in the semiconductor space. Now we know micro we've had. CEO Sanjiv Rotor right show several times. I spoke to him on Squawk on the street. Rancher importers this last quarter was matter. Because if you're going to get a useful re through the kid actually help you make money. You'd be able to believe being the words that are coming out of the sea math otherwise it's all just bladder. Sanjay is money with me. He's been a straight shooter. Every quarter about both the good the bad he didn't have tells else things more debt. Great not that long ago but he also pointed out that Mike was going to cut back on production to bring inventories down in line whom were reasonable level and after the stocks doc sold this spring he said he would be buying the stock back his own stock handle which is exactly what he did because it it got into. This is not only talk the talk he also walked the walk. Right we've established. Where are the re through Micron Square? That can help you. You make some money and others not just micron itself although remember. I do think that it's a terrific by right here. Once a cycle turns for these commodities semiconductor company. Let me see meeting. Once the prices for these products start going higher and there or at least the rate of price degradation slows. The first one is nanoseconds. D-RAM him well. You know what you're usually at the beginning of a fabulous multi or not multi-month not five ten fifteen dollar multi year business cycle. Michael tremendous gains umbrella because Sanjay some things to say on the comfortable. The key line I quote. We are calling fiscal Q.. Two as the trough in other words he said the current quarter. It's going to mark the bottom and this next one is when you have the by so you've got to trust with the CEO making crystal clear bottom call with no hemion hold on just a naked cold shot. Zero doubt the he believes the Nadir's at hand that means just is just soon enough to take action in other semiconductor stocks that could benefit but aren't up as much or didn't realize should be part of their portfolio Foley or at least part of the read through but before we get into the positive connection understand. That's Le Vian bill by the way he did that. You have to understand why management's credibility so important because lots of us make bond calls. Yeah they say this spot here's bottom. They're.
"sanjiv" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Affordable homes so says Sanjiv dust the CEO of caliber home loans he told Bloomberg in certain cities affordability is still very good and we're seeing this interesting urban migration where people are moving to cities like maybe not Cleveland but definitely Tennessee Charlotte Phoenix for the very interesting of the migration phenomenon going on because of jobs affordability and taxes das says purchase loan applications of caliber have picked up considerably in the closing months of twenty nineteen especially he says in markets in America's heartland Freddie Mac is predicting continued economic strength for the next two years the company's latest economic forecast has home sales rising to six million this year six point one million next year and six point two the year after that mortgage rates will remain low Freddie says but home price growth they say will continue to decelerate through the next two years cable television's HGTV is marking its twenty fifth anniversary this month over the years has become one of the nation's most popular channels watched by millions of homeowners Rhonda Cason who writes about real estate for The New York Times told NPR the programs like how Saunders tapped into the momentum of the late nineties started the housing boom for the first time we start thinking about homes not as a place where you live out your life but where this is of the investment and so house hunters was this show that sort of told us how to shop and how to look for houses as like an investment and aspiration and it's something that you could turn into a potential profit that it was a game like which one will be issues and which one should we she is of course case in point south of HD TV programs have also convinced many people that a kitchen remodel can be done easily and cleanly and.
"sanjiv" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back to the topi- the podcast about a better future. I'm John Biggs today in the show, we have send you've Chopra professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and a bestselling author, welcome. Dr this is this is real treat. Do I have to be on your show? Okay. So, so you're, you're probably one of the smartest guys that I've ever had on here. What are you working on right now? I'm looking on wrong tanks. I give a hundred plus strong, and I do a lot of teaching mentoring leadership. So I've always busy, one of the talks have given over the nationally and internationally is called the top stories in medicine in the last century, which is a lot of fun. You know, discoveries was serendipity the discovery of Bennis Len's discovery offs hepatitis B. But then I also predict what happened in the next fifty years. And that's a fun thing to do. You know, Neil spor agencies X once said it is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future. It was a wasn't Yogi fair. Right. These for. And then I'm like finding immagination goal wide Einstein. Once say imagination is more important than knowledge knowledge, take you from me to be imagination will take you anywhere. So one of the hottest girl fix and medicine right now. And I actually go talk on it. I just recently in Laguna, Cal at the southern California GSA sight, easy is titled microbial man and medicine. So Dunn's out, we have a hundred trillion bacteria in got a GI, tract and aggregate, they way three pounds. Okay. So it's been referred to as a newly discovered organ, the bacterial rain forest and it turns out that. Pretty much everything we think off shapes the microbial born by C section of delivery. Whether we live, in rural, Iowa or Boston, whether we go out antibiotics, appro biotechs Lillian life that we eat kimchi, drink coffee of Regan's. Whether we takes and medications. Fascinating. And they became shows in the recenty, diabetes ups writers, even psychiatric disorders those a psychiatrist and Arslan he's going to dump psycho, viol- and one of the most fascinating. He's written a book on it. One of the most fascinating, new studies, I guess it's very preliminary. Is that the trend people with autism, and give them a transplant from a healthy individual Mark improvement in symptoms, and then micro them changed and do his later had driven it back. So I think there companies. Now, there's a company called veep by all the MIT has tudent and faculty mess. Listen have started. Nonprofit or open Viacom and investigators round the world can apply. And if they have a good protocol, they'll ship them, rigorously tested and save stool samples to do amazing research. So I think that's one of the predictions is that we will learn a lot about the microbial. The gender the other organisms, and it's only in the in the joke track. It's also the days in the house of each other this game. Then I'll studies going on looking at kids bond by C-section that tend to have a high rate of autoimmune diseases, subdue scale studies, randomize gets on by C section. Then swab the Regina off the mother, the butts, and then smear it of the inside of the bouts of the baby skin. And then for them for years, the others will be controlled with the not true vaginal secretions to see if there's a huge difference in order into sort is like Crohn's disease and asked Moore. So that's one prediction. The second prediction is that stem cells, and regenerative medicine will make all confronts front dish, historical footnotes in textbooks of medicine. Yeah. The Todd prediction is. And this is good to seal for colleague. Oh my brilliant, Barbara Kahn. I predict what happened in ho- seeing she was chief of into chronology brilliant, and she said, Sonji, they'll be a pill that people will take it will simulate exercise and combat obesity, the best politics when they Bob Barbara, come on. You said me, some articles. Can you can? She say right now. Studies in mice. And she had visited David to'real. So the most you can create it your letting mutation. And this must then be on the treadmill for months. Let's call the mighty boast. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Okay. So how long how long do we have to stay alive until until we can take a pill to get thinner? I think it will happen in the next twenty years. Okay. That's yeah, I think have been in the next fifteen twenty I like this. I like these odds. I think we're gonna I think. This is fascinating so that. So I was always really, really interested in the microbiome. I mean it's it seems it seems it's been it's been unexploded for so long. I mean, there's always the danger, especially when it comes to like a case like autism of giving false hope, what's the what are the actual? What are the actual symptoms that are that are Levy aided with this? All symptoms of getting started on with sounds. They're not that socially adept. But this is that it's funny people. And we need to, you know, study people for a while. It's really, what course you know, some of them are the one of medicine once This is. is. The way when it's working okay? If the league studies teams that won them imperative province. Across blind study at a logical individuals out. I think are the prediction. I'd like to make I take finding our. Is that we will look back and say, for cancer, you use in chemotherapy, so G and radiates, how by Barrick, and that the majority of cancers will be cured by immune attended. We'll give medications dude things to boost boosting instrument. The person's own immune system, they will recognize the cancer of foreign and just decimate. So that wouldn't happen. I think there's already I believe three individuals who have had stem cell phones on and they have of spinal cord injury, the able to stand up and wants to. I remember my slow that that was. Yeah fascinating. It's really fascinating. So what happened is that? You have a park. And you the part will be programmed and you say, I want to this, my right hand and think of this Cup of coffee in front of me. Addica sip and just person fine. Gord injury. Just for part figure out so that could happen. I think they're very effective. Close some of the teak bents or medical conditions that we don't have axioms. We do have some treatment. Any recruitment candidate to see infection. Another example would be boulevard as. Each IV malaria. And then I think the other thing that. Hopefully would ban out and I'm optimistic. It will will be. We understand these neuter degenerate of disorders. And for example, Zayas bugging sins disease and those extremely costly. They're amazing devastating narrowly for the individual but for the family members or the loved ones taken care of them. You know, they have shortened telomeres, accelerated cellular aging, Elizabeth Blackburn, governor bell price medicine to nine for discovering and distributing. Even means in his happen. I think of. I've made some predictions about other walks of life other than. One of them is that compassion would be the universal religion. That guy to will be universal language that children would be different. Also. They have. Go boundaries. That's not no boundaries. I mean look at they can put book we lived, she steam, right? She's donated for peace prices. She gets it up. A lot of second team. And she has a good civil Tommy to become vegan. She transfers residents presented this many different summits. 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And you'll Dan, you say, hey, let's. I think we did it country two years ago. Did I actually remember that from Ohio I used to group in Ohio, and you go down the street and just pop in now? Everything is. Nuys. Yeah. Open or something Bobby Chiro. Zero and things of food or. So, but it does something I look very recently in Ben Bach. Is that between the ages of six sixty every week for one or in schools, does mandatory and Petit class, these kids at age six eight living about compassionate kindness. And that have the you know, we went to bullying cyber bullying. Eagles hitting themselves because if they're Stricker with the booming. So that'd be amazing. I think one of the frontiers that will lead to be conquered that this was. Will be the horrors, and it might be of consciousness where does it reside. You know where the brand with memory? I haven't amazing nutrients. Communi- gills ago about faculty of education, and how medical school that I get an Email. 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"sanjiv" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The woman and Sanjiv the seven year old Sumatran tiger were in the tiger habitat together when the attack occurred on jebron that he essentially tackled keeper the incident lasted nearly ten minutes until other workers were able to lure the cat back into an enclosed area. It is five twenty two WBZ traffic on the threes you cover. Well, we're not without delays here the pike tough spots. Here. What are you doing everything grinds here on the expressway? Northbound back to one twenty shit. Stop a couple of folks are running into each other only traffic, and there is always WBZ. Boston's News Radio. Twenty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England traffic on the threes now and David how's it looking out there? We're dealing with the problem south of town on ninety five northbound delays through Sharon and Walpole getting by really serious crash an overturned vehicle between route one and Coney street the left lane in the middle lanes are blocked about a half mile backup getting through their their ninety five is okay though, and the southbound side of ninety five looks good from one twenty eight into Rhode Island. No problems on the lower end of four ninety five. That's clear getting by ninety five and also looking good on the way to one ninety five ninety five is clear along the south coast at the Cape. The Bourne bridge is down to just one lane in each direction for ongoing construction. No problems north of town on route three ninety three and ninety five in and out of New Hampshire up or Novon twenty eight a good to go. It's a good ride around the downtown area. It's nice and easy on the lower deck of ninety three in the bridge as well as the Tobin bridge through the airport tunnels, David Felino WBZ's traffic on the threes. And thank you, David. It's time now for the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast and dean devore up early and working. Hard on this Sunday morning has the very.
"sanjiv" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"By tiger the woman and Sanjiv the seven year old Sumatran tiger were in the tiger habitat together when the attack occurred fuzzy recognized that. Simply tackled keeper the incident lasted nearly ten minutes until other workers were able to lure the cat back into an enclosed area. CBS's? Kris Martinez reporting. Eleven o three time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. What's going on out there? Jack, Susan, we've still have a little bit of a delay in the Wilmington area. Route ninety three southbound from an earlier crash in. This report is sponsored by compassion international. Ninety three southbound just beyond route one twenty five that crash is clearing. Still the vehicles around the way still bit clean up through there. And about a half mile slow moving traffic coming through that stretch. Otherwise in that part of the world or in pretty good shape up to the north route one does pretty well from Saugus right on to tops field and beyond traveling the upper end of route ninety five from Lexington to Peabody doing pretty well down to the south are in good shape on route ninety five from canton on down to a Mansfield and point south of that no traveling out to the western good shape. Route would ninety to ninety and around the Worcester area. I'll doing well downtown or in pretty good shape the holiday weekend. We're not seeing a lot of. Active work, crews out there still some work gruza work zones on the Tobin bridge, northbound traffic the travel lanes are reduced down to two, but it's moving and northbound on the expressway getting into the tip O'Neill tunnel short delay there. Keep in mind to damp roads and causing some visibility and surface issues. Just be careful right now, there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future at no hope, but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international. Sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now. I'm Jack heart WBZ twenty four hour traffic network. And now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with Frank straight cloudy skies tonight. We'll have some rain at times the first part of the night. And it just stray showers later. One little be fifty six for.
"sanjiv" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tiger the woman and Sanjiv the seven year old Sumatran tiger were in the tiger habitat together when the attack occurred Sanjiv recognized that the simply tackled keeper the incident last in nearly ten minutes until other workers were able to more the cat back into an enclosed area. CBS's? Kris Martinez reporting. Ninety three. And that means it's time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Jack. How's it looking out there? Too bad, Suzanne, we do have some drizzle coming down on many roadways off and on. And that's going to be a biggest problem in the next short period of time. We do have some visibility problems. As a result on wet roads. Doesn't take much to hydroplanes just keep your speeds reasonable respect for the other drivers downtown, otherwise we're doing pretty well. Little bit slow on store drive towards Leverett circle. Nothing. Unreasonable coming into the city by way of the lower deck and the bridge all his well someone Callahan Donald doing well. As does the Ted Williams tunnel outside of the city or in pretty good shape to the south route three from Braintree to born does. Well, keep in mind that we do have worked zones on the bridge one lane in each direction taken up to the north in pretty good shape on route for ninety five the upper end from the box borough area on towards amesbury and heading out west bass like Boston right out to Auburn all his well, I'm Jack heart WBZ twenty four hour traffic network. And now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with Frank straight through tonight will have cloudy skies. The first part of the night some steadier. Rain at times stray showers leak. Little fifty six.
Brennan, Sanjiv And Kansas discussed on Joe Pags
"Tiger at the facility in Kansas attacked a zookeeper today leaving with serious head and neck wounds director, Brennan wily really isn't a circumstance where they should be to say space. So there was some sort of error that occurred here officials say the big cat named Sanjiv will not be put
"sanjiv" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"There's no holds barred of what they'll do. So I'm wondering if they're gonna cry link Trump now did you in the Sanjiv praying tight him in with that whole thing? Now, do you think that's even? Here's my instinctive reaction. And of course, I have to say that when you say will there be tempts to link Trump to Assange? Well, do you mean let me clarify something for do? You mean just as there were attempts to link Trump with Russia? Exactly. Okay. Well, let's keep in mind that the apparatus for linking Trump with Russia is gone. All those people me and McCabe and Clapper and Brennan, they're all gone and the access they now have is the media. The department of Justice in the FBI is now run by Trump people. So any effort to try to replicate Trump Russia collusion with Trump Wiki leaks collusion? Probably will not happen within the realm of the American. Department of Justice. Now, the intelligence community isn't of those people operate independent of the president if they wished to and by design C I director, the national security agency director these people can do what they want. But it was it's going to be tougher for them to find compatriots in the department of Justice. They had one chance here in their Trump Russia collusion. Visit in terms of an official attempt now an ongoing attempted in the media to link Trump to Assange, of course, that's going to happen. We've seen evidence of an already I played the montage that CNN is airing seemingly every ten minutes of Trump praising us on praising WikiLeaks. But Trump at his little press gaggle in the in the Oval Office today distance himself from wikileak's winning about WikiLeaks. Of course, everybody loved what WikiLeaks was doing WikiLeaks when they were publishing the pedestrian emails, but. I think it's going to be tougher. You get one shot at things like well. It's not really true to say, you only get one shot, but this was a coordinated effort sponsored by hey, sitting president and his minions against a presidential candidate of the opposing party who then defied all of their efforts and was elected. So the effort continued these Obama administration people the leaders of the FBI and CIA. Continued the operation wild Trump was president. But not amount something just like it. Lincoln Trump to Assange. They're not gonna have especially now with bar sang that all of that is going to be investigated. It's going to be really tough about something like that again. But don't let that sidetrack. The media is going to continue in its full fledged efforts unabated to destroy Trump and get him out of office. I mean before the election, if certainly not by virtue of the election, the media isn't gonna stop. So if the media wants to try to orchestrate a campaign with. These now disgraced and out of power former Obama administration officials, they certainly can if they wanna bring Komen, and if they wanna have Colmey be interviewed about his knowledge of Trump's ties to WikiLeaks from when Komi ram FBI, they can do it. They wanna bring in Clapper. They wanna bring in Brennan to do the same thing they can make it up as much as they want CNN can bring these guys in and all of these gone people all these resigned or fired people can go on TV if we were very concerned during the campaign about the the Trump campaign's links to Wiki leaks. We didn't have a chance to fully explore it because we were so concerned about Trump's connections to Russia. They do all of that they want they can make it up. They can continue to make it up. Like they were making it up for the last three years. They can do all of that they want the thing..
"sanjiv" Discussed on Nature Podcast
"But then kept in isolation didn't change their behavior at all in the long-term similar dependence on setting has also been seen in PTSD trials. It seems that the DNA is facilitating the learning rather than causing the change directly Sanjiv thinks that experiments like this have a very bright future in psychology mopping. It's one of the most promising areas of development in logical therapies, and in the combination between psychological therapies, and I'm biological treatments. Is that you put up a period of practice, and then provide the patient with something news some new opportunity to. Learn or to experience something that's different to what they expected goo and remands work in mice is helping inform clinical studies. Elsewhere and one it's promising it does also come with a warning if MDA does trigger the reopening the critical period that means that one under the influence of the drug people's brains. Become more multiple and experiences during their high could be rewiring that brain causing long lasting impacts. I think that, you know, for those people who are using MD may they should be aware of the fact that these are very powerful drugs, and that they are opening up these windows of sensitivity to the world. And that you want to be careful who you allow into your world when your brain is in this sort of reopened sensitive period that was Google Dolan.
"sanjiv" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"With Dr Sanjiv Gupta. Ever wonder why pizza is so addicted? I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent. I can almost smell it. Perfectly. Cooked pizza with tomato sauce cheese. Simple. One of my favorites. And a lot of other people love pizza too. In fact, it was ranked the number one addictive food in a recent study by a mater university of Michigan. Why? Well, it's the perfect combination of ingredients that sugar salt. According to one expert, we spoke with it's the holy trinity of crust cheese and sauce that really accentuates that whole mommy the pleasant savory tasting. And don't underestimate the texture of pizza either. The Christmas of the crust the cheese in the moist -ness of the sauce the mouth or the colors of the pizza. Boot. Scientists say the most appealing sauce color is a deeper red almost approaching purple. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life one eighty over one you, and I had a stroke when I woke up. I can speak walk one forty five over ninety two. And then I had a heart attack one hundred eighty two over one hundred and I had a heart attack and cardiac arrest, and then a stroke everything changed it felt like my life is over. This is what high blood pressure sounds like you might not feel it symptoms, but the results from a heart attack or stroke or far from invisible or silent one fifty over ninety and I add a stroke. I would've followed a treatment plan would not be in this situation. One eighty over one ten and I had a stroke, and I'm thirty three..
Donald Trump, Monsanto and Elon Musk discussed on John Batchelor
"A tell all book about Donald Trump unhinged takes the president to task. For being racist Omarosa wrote the book after spending about a year as a White House aide. Without much portfolio she writes that during her time came quote growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist bigot enema, Sanjiv end quote the one time popular apprentice contestant also says she had heard of apprentice outtakes where Mr. Trump used, the inward repeatedly though she did not. Hear them herself the book unhinged is due, out next, week White. House press secretary Sarah Sanders replies in a statement instead of telling the truth about all the good President Trump and his administration are doing to make America. Safe and prosperous this book is riddled with lies. And false
"sanjiv" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly
"So i'm cooled sanjiv krishna and my title which is a bit of a mouthful is professor of molecular parasitology and mid season and i work at sin georgia's university of london sanjiv is interested in nicolette did infectious diseases a new about about long before it came to public attention as physicians as infectious disease doctors we were watching the numbers of patients becoming sekine and dying going up very worryingly very quickly but if you if you like the electric moment the moment where things became very serious was when i got a call from my colleague and he said who have just set up a meeting in geneva and i can't go to it so he said would i please go at his stat so there was no hesitation and on on the fifth and the sixth of september in twenty fourteen who convened this remarkable meeting to respond to what was clearly an emergency that was that was just out of control and the problem with these diseases these ten months after that initial death the world health organization or who announced that the total number of deaths have risen about four thousand and hit infected many more the viral hemorrhagic disease is believed to be carried by fruit bats from them it jumped into humans fine ffected animals like chimps monkeys antelope and porcupines humantohuman transmission soon followed twenty team wasn't bodas first appearance there have been at least two outbreaks in the past so what was the difference between those and the twenty four teen outbreak sanjay thinks that there were three important factors that led to the pedantic with infections there are many complexities so how quickly the infection multiple is itself is quite an important variable some infections spread but they're just too slow so this time to do to deal with them in the numbers dan go up so quickly ebola was quite a high rate of infection so the number started to go out quickly now these outbreaks were in countries that weren't necessarily used to dealing saint much with that blood whether it was a guinea liberia and then the third thing was the urban is aviation of the problem our biggest worry when it comes to infectious diseases the you know it takes hold in a very populous area because there it becomes very very challenging to do the public health things that are necessary tracing contacts of contacts and so on if you're talking about small villages upcountry then they're very nature is that they're isolated they die of a mysterious infection and that's where the story ends a very unfortunate for the patient who's who's not made it but the infection itself tends to become contained just by the job raphy of the situation it's when things escape into towns into cities when there is a lot of travel and when the reactions are not mature enough to be able to handle the outbreak so what were the figures that we ended up with on this boehner outbreak in the west african states well they really are sobering figures we had twenty eight thousand approximately infected of whom eleven thousand died what you need to manage emerging infections or outbreaks whether it's flu or whether it's ebola whether it's some of the other more exotic infections that that people may not have yet heard of like nipah and so on you do need to be able to make the diagnosis you need to know what you're dealing with because there's nothing worse than an unknown unknown it's better to have a known situation and then to try and cope with that so you need to have a diagnosis and then you need to have the capabilities to manage it now for most people that might conjure up the image of mosques gowns sterilizing areas buckets 'isolation facilities and so on but actually it's a lot more than that 'cause you need the how need the public health know how to manage the infection you need to be able to have public health officials working around where the infections are you need to have local knowledge about customs and burial customs at a lot to do with the spread of ebola initially and when that wasn't necessarily addressed straight away you are not dealing with the fuel to the fire you were just trying to cope with the.
"sanjiv" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Time much of my life i've switched to kathy quite regularly to kind of get myself off of the caffeine tolerance builds up from some of these high caffeine very dark roasted kind of muddy coffees and your coffee is actually somewhat low in caffeine content so i can actually drink that without getting quite as much of a build up of caffeine tolerance yet i think positive it is well i mean this is all anecdotes and you know what our customers are saying there's no something that we is is very difficult to define but people find without coffee that they can drink it whereas all it couldn't drink other coffees i'm a lot of this is i think gee each of the fact that that that people are intolerance of the band stuffing coffee which is the first thing is the pesticides the mold exists in coffee and the other thing which is the really big dr a thing about on coffee is the fact the most the drinking stale coffee most most most of the coffee drinks specially in the launch chains was roasted i five six months ago as part of this applied chatting and you'll drinking stale coffee so the oils on the beans of turn rancid and annette's part of the problem how fresh is this coffee that i'm using now from you we'll it will be roasted within three days okay well one of two things so we knew that we the issue and freshness was was super important for us that we needed to make sure that the comfortable this rushes possible so we did two things we deliver fresh roasted coffee so it's delivered within three days roasting but even if he wants to open the bank for two weeks or a month the each bag is nitrogen flushed and what that does is that that means that the coffee is fresh until you buy it doesn't start to style until you out of the bag now when it comes to to the the freshness of the coffee i want to throw in a few tips here for people because i've learned a lot about coffee from andrew in my dad my interview was sanjiv chopra.
"sanjiv" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Data has been controlled for and even as late as now in two thousand eighteen some of the the latest vilification activity of coffee has been based on levels of acrylamide that a can be controlled with the proper roasting process and be are relatively miniscule anyways compared to the chrome levels we're gonna find in in many foods and essentially just poor legislation is bullish station and leaves the door of for chinese to make a good pay day truthfully that this part of the problem is it's it's easy to to find a lawsuits as if you'll protecting the consumer when really you not consume because unfortunately when book canceled warning labels on everything even if you have a miniscule issue it's haunt consume as to understand what to avoid what to what is safe and this is one of those cases okay now i want wanna i want to dive into some of the fascinating ways that coffee can actually be surprisingly good for you and i interviewed dr sanjiv chopra deepak chopra's brother last year and in that interview which linked to in the show just go to ben greenfield fitness dot com slash coffee podcast that's ben greenfield fitness dot com slash coffee podcasts and i'll put a link to that interview in the show notes he talks about how the philosopher voltaire would drink sixty cups of coffee a day and the profound effects that coffee can have on on a host of different chronic diseases but you've taken i think an even deeper dive than sanjiv when it comes to really looking into a lot of the health and wellness properties of coffee that kind of defile a lot of what we've been taught since the fifties you mention how coffee is the richest source of antioxidants richer than blueberries than dark chocolate than cranberries i think about ten times or more that of kale.
"sanjiv" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Doing fundraising are going out and doing these big tops can you help okay blow in mice is where he is a many still has a base spray he does i take you i greatly appreciate a great talking to you my pleasure guitar i get a discovery this dana millbank column because i'm glad somebody wrote about this the white house doctor and this isn't girth when they call it the girth arisen birtherism even psycho by dr staffers spoke glowingly it really slowed credibility about person i will say though it just i just read to some of the dana millbank column because the doctor certainly has taken on yeah the life form of other lifeforms inside the trump white house be we sounded like a sick of any didn't sound like a doctor dana millbank ah i was not alarmed about the president's health but the doctors who are admiral ronnie jackson was so a few seven extolling the totally amazing said passing lee marvelous superb ringling stupendous and extremely awesome health of the present the doctor sounded almost trump trumpian quote the president's overall health is excellent he said excellent eight times hands down there's no question that he's in the excellent range i put out the statement that the prison south is excellent because his overall health is excellent overall he is very good health excellent health it doesn't sound like he wrote and just how excellent is the excellent excellency's health incredible cardiac fitness he has incredible genes he has incredibly good genes and it's just the way god made him after sanjiv gupta pointed out that he was borderline obese the doctor replied did trump sort is in the axe.
"sanjiv" Discussed on Women Worldwide
"Out of college um when it first started with we do so that's how it all began and you believe ow what that way short that's very interesting so you have heard of progress toolong ray all the way you know mission cbs you're working on you were with sanjiv gupta now what you're doing is absolutely amazing i'm just curious me you can share what motivates you the most to do what you do every day you know grant is you've been doing it for how long term um over fifteen years daylight they'll go up in a long time that's really drawer your inspiration you know i think just um i'm and hardiman storyteller no i'm lake yeah like hearing people stories i i'm just curious by nature i like asking questions and and you know would translating and being the conduit of good messages really when i say messages i mean stories interviews um you know check out this person check out this book check out this um you know campaign i'm just even dares i can tell you from my friend who's mikami in high school when i was i can i was editor in chief of my hateful paper but before that eating i wanna say going back to ninth sprayed i used to just act people questions when they feel like they were been interviewed we'd be in the ninth grade lines it'd be like did you my friend who's to make fun of me because they feel that every time we we just hanging out i'd be like sort of tell me i was i had no idea was doing that but i guess it was just something you know i inside of me and i just don't we like.
"sanjiv" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"And the bubbling sound heard is as a consequence of the wax breaking down that said the rest of the treatment description was definitely not the follow up selling your as his mark said is not recommended up to five drops only never you never in bold never use a shower to remove the whack yes there are plenty of safe methods for wax remove that out one of also in bold this is not one of them a as as i think i did say at the time he did say don't do this because you will puncture druml do some permanent damage i think iria hygiene pearl's i think that's the similar similar to the would origin for urine okay and do we know what it's cold because it sand you've definitely wounded you recap into recall the where i think sanjiv has got some impacted wax well and he wants to see if he can well lap up some of those not present pop here will he come here they was the single best best thing in terms of a medical other back surgery and an of the an islas originally respite it was the thing that gave the greatest relief in terms of you know because when it was it as well i i'm tempted to to hunt out samir area hydrogen peroxide follow the instructions and do everything properly you haven't got impacted why i have the you've got tinnitus i also have that more of which on the show yes we fathi enough with tinnitus is about to be discussed with kevin spacey and edgar writes a major plot point in a villa in a big big hollywood move in a super booby anyway so lights old egg that you had tenants us and he was interested in that he wasn't interested is he was he was these in all three whether he was i said oh it's interesting because you know somen has to an italian okay well solves it he said what is because side none of my when you guys see this movie yulo think you've got in says because that's the whole point.