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"savitt" Discussed on Code Story
"Jeff Bezos. There isn't an individual who I haven't met. Or who I haven't at least read the works of. That I think really influences me. I think most has been the support networks that I've built along the way. So Ron Lancaster, I met several years ago while we were in the Techstars program in Minneapolis. He's another CTO. He's been enormously helpful to me in navigating the position. And figuring out over the years or just someone to talk over this, what's going on here? What should we do about it? I think that that sort of support network. Is really important. And it's something that I struggled with over the years, asking for help. It's not something that comes naturally to me. I want to do everything myself. I want to fix everything myself. I don't want to. Reach out and make other people solve my problems for me. Which is not really what asking someone for help is. But it's how I even four or 5 years ago looked at asking people for help. So I think building that support network and being comfortable reaching out to people and building those real relationships with people who are experienced in your field, it's going to be way more useful than any inspiration from some public figure. Well, we talked about a mistake Nick, but a little bit different spin. If you go back to the beginning, what would you do differently or where would you consider taking a different approach? So we should have pivoted out of the recommendation space a hell of a lot earlier. I think we carried on in that space for much too long. It's very crowded. There's a lot of approaches to that recommendation space. Ours was unique. Was shape based in a way that no one else was doing, but it was still incredibly difficult to get any attention over the noise of sizing solutions 250 other companies that are in that recommendation personalization space. Part of that was my fault in being overly attached to what we had built. Realizing that sooner and making the pivot that we did sooner would have made a huge difference for us. Well, last question, Nick. So you're getting on a plane and you're sitting next to a young entrepreneur that's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it, they can't wait to show it off to the world. Can't wait to show it off to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person having gone down this road a bit? One of the pieces of advice that is most stuck with me is really just understand first the problem that you are solving. And it's a fundamental engineering principle, but it's one that we lose sight of far too often in becoming enamored with our technology and becoming enamored with the fancy ways that we can solve a problem that maybe no one is having. So first and foremost, I would say figure out really even before you figure out your full solution or test anything, figure out what it is that you're trying to solve and figure out why people need help with that. Why is it that. Why is this a problem? Beyond that it is what are the root causes of that and where can you most efficiently address that problem? Because I have a background in computer vision machine learning. I will tend to hit everything with a computer vision hammer. And that works pretty well for some stuff. But it's over complicated for others. I think I really good example of this sort of thinking. I was advising someone a few months ago. They were trying to figure out they wanted to see how they could apply machine learning to help them filter filter data in their database. And at the end of the day, we talked through what their problem was, what they were trying to get out of this machine learning system. And they really just didn't need machine learning at all. The whole system could be achieved with some creative use of hashes. And it was a lot simpler. It was a lot faster. It wasn't technologically fancy at the end of the day, but it got the job done. So I think looking for simple solutions to real problems is the best advice that I have. I love that advice that's fantastic. Well, Nick, thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of savitt. Thanks so much for having me. And this concludes another chapter of coat story. Code story is hosted and produced by noa lab part. Be sure to subscribe on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or the podcasting app of your choice. Support the show on Patreon dot com slash code story for just 5 to ten bucks a month. And when you.
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"savitt" Discussed on Túnel de vento
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"savitt" Discussed on 1A
"You. You help communities. Think about disaster mitigation strategies. But how does planning work when you go to sleep with a category two storm and then you wake up to a category four. it's really challenging and It's as the other guests have have discussed earlier. It's increasingly an issue. This rapid intensification Situation that we have Mitigation can only do so much in a situation like that we would really love to see. mitigation that is coated to To protect communities against these These higher category hurricanes But you know in the in in the you know in the event that that hasn't been done yet or it's still in the works We just need to continue to be really diligent about doing what we need to do to prepare ensuring that evacuation plans are in place and just being aware that rapid intensification of these storms is something that we need to. We need to be aware for me to prepare communities to to help feel west. Now we're in a state where we're not even sure what the full extent of the damage is from ida. How long can these types of assessments take it can. it can take a a while it's A lot of the work just there. There's sort of need to be Some conditions in place for some of those damage assessments to to even be done safely I don't have a specific. Kind of timeline In my head right now but you know it. In a smaller event it can take days. It could take up two weeks Or even potentially longer than that depending on the accessibility of certain areas. What types of natural defenses do some areas have against hurricanes well. Some of the natural defenses are barrier islands and dune structures and so forth. But the more we've all been talking about the more that we live and build a in the immediate coastal areas and the more we deal with sea level rise. The more people that live in harm's way The more we encroach upon The areas that are our defense mechanism. We have less buffer between us in the storms and so we are were living right on the precipice of where hurricanes bring their full brunt of wind and water and so that means number one. You have to build more resilient you have to build better build back better so that you can withstand the forces of the storm if you're going to build their you have to be insured for the losses that could happen if you're going to build there and you have to be ready and willing and able to get people out of harm's way when the storms come to these very vulnerable coastal and inland areas and that means sometimes especially in rapid intensification scenarios. That you're sometimes there's going to be false alarms and we have to start taking more preliminary steps sooner so that when the forecast does get even more dire That we can make those final steps now because the rap intensification forecasts in this particular case. We're actually pretty good. Just say you know more than a day in advance to forecast cat for and have storm surge warnings. Go up a day and a half and storm surge watches. Go up two days ahead of time. There was time to react and we have to take more action. Be more proactive. Sooner in where and how we build and where and how we evacuate but that brings up a question amanda about evacuation. Because i think there's an assumption that people can just up and leave and not. Everyone has access to the resources necessary to make that kind of move. They may not have transportation. They may be an elder Living on their own in not the kind of support that's necessary so How does that piece of it fit into conversations about evacuation really important that we recognize the limitations that many people have on their ability to evacuate some of them as you mentioned the lack of access to a personal vehicle Needs related to to mobility other functional needs the need to continue working and the inability to Be able to Pay rent if if you do evacuate those are all major issues with evacuation. And i think that It's the first step is just recognizing that that's an issue. I know that there's there certainly been planning efforts in in many places to To take those evacuation considerations into account and look at providing Some other options including public transit to to help people evacuate And certainly More work needs to be done there and want to end with just thinking from each of you about what people should be considering if they're in the region in in the days and weeks ahead and maybe thinking longer term about being prepared for the next storm that comes through rick. I'll come to you. I know first of all in the immediate aftermath here again. We've run the numbers and the The dangers are just about as high in the aftermath and the the cleanup as they are from the storm itself so again proper generator use operating those outdoors and helping people not over exert and avoiding accidents and heart attacks and heat exhaustion. That's really important but also longer term. We gotta realize the hurricane seasons only half over we gotta keep our hurricane plans in place and that sounds like a cliche but the more you think ahead about what you're gonna do. The easier and more possible evacuation and other. Preparations are and then building better more resilient because we can withstand the forces of the wind and water better than we do if we build for it and that requires a lot of investment from the government to help folks do that but we saw with the risk reduction system around new orleans. How that's possible to your thoughts. I i'd like to echo a lot of that. Certainly if you are still in the area continued to listen to local officials and follow recommendations and as we look forward to recovery Instead of taking an approach where we go back to normal really thinking through how we can protect these communities more effectively from disasters in the future. Professor marshall a professorship. I'll give you the last word to sa- few seconds here. yeah absolutely. We've got out of box in terms of how we plan for evacuations. Are we've got a generation of rapidly dividing storms and battery systems. We in the infrastructure doesn't have to be what we know it to be but what we think it can be. That's professor marshall shepherd. He's director of the university of georgia's atmospheric scientists program also with us today. Rick nab a hurricane expert with the weather channel and amanda savitt a disaster researcher in the executive director of the center for climate adaptation research. She's also postdoctoral appointee at argonne national laboratory as.
Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
"savitt" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
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AI in Business
"savitt" Discussed on AI in Business
"I agree okay. I will concede this. Yeah all right the other and we could do it deliberately. By the way are we could plan it so that the only creatures that got. Ai full powers would be those that were fostered in our homes in which case they would get our values the other way in which they get. Our values is emulation. Robin hanson has called the age of am. Yes eric He's actually part of the series. Oddly enough so. I will add as of this last year. In my latest power point there are seven ways approaches that we could get our intelligences than our own and i talk about one of them in my uplift novels where humans in the future have altered genetically dolphins and chimpanzees and those who are already happening another of those seven is human augmentation and those experiments are already happening and subcategory of that is our us. We're used to the notion that these fantastic savitt abilities on them young known leave. The march are artistic or musical wherever astounding amazing ninety percent of the time associated with people along a narrow divergent spectrum and i talked about that in my novel existence and there are five or six narrow divergent or autistic spectrum characters. And just show you that. I did it right. Temple grandin gave a glowing. Review of their rebel is a good living example. There boy did. I- i busted my some of my shirt buttons when i got that from her. It's put on you of the of the sam Robin hanson talks about one. Which is the only way to get human level. Itali- is by emulating it in silica. Yes so you download or upload however you wanted on express it a human being into silicon and now you make a copy and these are ai entities within a computer matrix but they were once hill so that was a long roundabout way to answering your question and that is there are two reasons to believe that is might have our values..
Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"savitt" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"I agree okay. I will concede this. Yeah all right the other and we could do it deliberately. By the way are we could plan it so that the only creatures that got. Ai full powers would be those that were fostered in our homes in which case they would get our values the other way in which they get. Our values is emulation. Robin hanson has called the age of am. Yes eric He's actually part of the series. Oddly enough so. I will add as of this last year. In my latest power point there are seven ways approaches that we could get our intelligences than our own and i talk about one of them in my uplift novels where humans in the future have altered genetically dolphins and chimpanzees and those who are already happening another of those seven is human augmentation and those experiments are already happening and a subcategory of that is our us. We're used to the notion that these fantastic savitt abilities on them yet known leave. The march are artistic or musical wherever astounding amazing ninety percent of the time associated with people along a narrow divergent spectrum and i talked about that in my novel existence and there are five or six narrow divergent or autistic spectrum characters. And just show you that. I did it right. Temple grandin gave a glowing. Review of their rebel is a good living example. There boy did. I- i busted my some of my shirt buttons when i got that from her. It's put on you of the of the sam Robin hanson talks about one. Which is the only way to get human level. Itali- is by emulating it in silica. Yes so you download or upload however you wanted on express it a human being into silicon and now you make a copy and these are ai entities within a computer matrix but they were once hill so that was a long roundabout way to answering your question and that is there are two reasons to believe that is might have our values. There is a third one in that is if we are smart we will make them competitive with each other. The number one piece of ai. Research that i keep pushing is to give themselves walls like life developed a billion years ago individual individuality like medicine. Animals got six hundred million years ago. Nature divides its species into individuals. Then compete are the grist for evolution. Yes there's every reason to believe that this is necessary in our for us to get saying. Ai skynet known it. You'll notice is insane in part because it is monolithic if you had a great many of them able to hold each other accountable than the ones who are nice sir we'll get retro troglodyte fashioned humans as allies and we're still gonna have a lot of power and abilities for a low time therefore there is an evolutionary reason. That's the third reason why is might evolve toward having some degree of values or at least pretend. Yeah yell at least these. All three of those wrottesley plausible I wrestle against the. I mean i respect hanson at ton. I read stuff. And i've seen him speak. And i've had him on the show a couple times. The only the only guy that talks about the scenario sita's is somewhat invaluable. But i respect it as as a as a means of moving forward intelligence..
"savitt" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Muzzle tops. I'll just lead. With jacob steinmetz big tough the first orthodox due to be drafted into major league baseball the espn articles like the first known. Orthodox baseball really. They keep it under wraps under those affiliate seem to be injured on friday nights. You never do why. I'd like to a mazal. Four suber listener livia savitt woods. Who became a jew this past weekend. In the waters off of fire island immersed in mic for that is known as the atlantic ocean and came home to judaism and she is already pretty much the best to i know she kind of already was the best you i know. And now now she just has you know photos of herself coming out of the ocean to prove it a huge mazel tov to livia avraham viscera and the whole savage woods family gabrielle and also their two daughters My heart is bursting with With joy my mazal. Tov is to our boy chick and a practitioner of my new favorite sport ice hockey. Of course adam fox who last week made history. He is at newark rangers defenseman and he was announced last week as the nhl. This season's norris trophy winner. Becoming only the fourth player in franchise history to win the specifics award and i believe the first two and of course to tim. Israel who last night in pouring rain under idea flake circumstances one seven one over the new york folders as kazakh. So i shot so interview heard with not. Kaiser was part of this event through the museum of jewish heritage was zoom event. And while i was there. While i was zooming with menachem it turned out that someone on the actually runs whole facebook group dedicated to like these three towns in poland. One of which. John families from the third of which my family is from basically. My shadow goes to jeffrey similar. Who robbed me into the group and by the next morning had tagged me and like seventeen facebook post which were he had found all of these documents pertaining to my family because he's searched like budnick soviet chat and stuff. I had never seen more information than i've ever had about my family's i just thought it was really really fun. Satis jeffrey simpler shot. The the benjamin sosevic of air area research society which is a facebook runs. If your family is from there off the tongue it's non. Give me back on facebook but it does remind me that one of the things. He surfaced for something that i had seen before. Which is the obituary from my grandfather. Which ran in the new york times except they spelled his name milton blood neck issue a correction. Anyway shout out to jeffrey sembler. And power of genealogy and facebook saddam brought to you by talbot magazine on the web dot com sinister thoughts at unorthodox italian bag dot com or call us nine one four five seven zero four six nine subscribe to our newsletter by emailing us at unorthodox a tablet mag dot com and writing in the subject. Line give me the newsletter a holes newsletter. Please we often come to live. We're going out on the road again. People book us now producer. Josh frost. that's cross with a k. J. cross a telematic dot com to get swag good a bit dot l. y. slash shirt to follow us on instagram at unorthodox podcast on twitter at unorthodox and sport pod. Join our facebook group. Our show is produced. Josh protestants are feminine associate producers. Robert scam artwork theme music. Golam our mailbox. Name is by steve barton. Kasha varnish varnishes are lovingly made this week by super listener nell minnow rabbinic supervision by rabbi david. Shafter of temple israel in lexington kentucky. Or are they saying lexington they even after we come to you in person from stand up new york on the upper west side chiloe..
Men In Blazers
"savitt" Discussed on Men In Blazers
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"savitt" Discussed on FT Politics
"Here's tom received a much-needed boots to his leadership this week as labor beat expectations and won the battle and spent by-election in west yorkshire. I do hereby declare that kim. Michelle leadbeater is julie. Elected now is catching up on sleep. Maybe a few glasses of face. And then there's lots to do. And i think the campaign has highlighted that. There's lots to do. I'm absolutely delighted that the people of battling spent have rejected division. They voted for her. Thank you very much. Everybody welcome to paint politics your essential inside the guide to what's happening in british politics from the financial times with me sebastian. Pain in this episode will be examining how they've managed to cling all in battling spent an attempt. Kim led me to as its new. Mp was expectations management. Good ground campaigning. Or was it my hand. Cocked blame political editor. George parker discussed along with our chief correspondent jim picard and later we'll be looking at how the new health secretary sanjay javid who differ from his plead assessing mahan called on fixing corona virus. Would it be more eager to lift restrictions. And how does he intend to deal with the social calf problems. Health editor savitt affable discussed along with chief political commentator. But shrimps louis jordan. Jim welcome back as i said so. This weekend over. Steve vite big thing coming up. Which is the england football game and i think out of the three of us. I'm probably the least football minded out of all of you. But when england is playing into his very hard to not get swept up in the national mood. I ended up watching the last match with the glorious triumph against germany. Sitting outside a bar in soho watching on an iphone because f. I was absolutely packed out so i'm hoping something a bit less tragic this time. What about you george. Well said i'm hoping to watch it a very nice pub on the waterfront in devon called swan in lympstone. So that's my that's my dream pop for watching the game and another locals down there a big football fans and watch the scotland game down there as well so looking forward to that. What about you jimmy. Unisom nice west. London pub so i love to chase the game. It was really exciting. Wasn't it. I've got it sorry clash. I'm locked in months ago to visiting seconds with some of the younger pickles so much to my private hora on what was the game could jump. There's no by elections on that night. As.
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"savitt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"savitt" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"And literally ten seconds later he got up and was ready to get out and i said he so he heard me like he totally heard me. He knew he needs to get out of the bath and granted. Sometimes that doesn't work but we've done the same routine every time. And he knew it was just that i wasn't patient in us and so i lose my patience too quickly and so i just now wait longer to lose my patients. I bet that was the longest ten seconds. Yeah i remember. I was like okay. Get out with getting out of the bath and then just like tapping the fingers and just waiting and waiting and waiting and even with my wife who i in the past. If we're getting ready for something. I'd be like okay. Let's go you know. I'm in the car to go what i would come back and be like. Hey it's time to go like we're gonna be late you know. She knows now and i've learned. I did this once. We were going to a wedding. And i didn't say anything. I just sat booked picked up a book or something. She came into the car and just gave me the best kiss ever and just said thank you for not saying and it was like so. She knows positive reinforcement. You better believe the next time we had to go somewhere. I was waiting and waiting patient was waiting for the kiss again and it was like oh the same result like she knows she needs to hurry. It's just what did that. Help me getting all crazy about. And so those kinds of things have happened over time in practice and i you know. I'm not a you know spiritual meditation com guru. But i'm definitely a lot more patient with those kinds of things than i ever been so it helped me stay tuned for more mindful. Mama podcast right after this break. Even though i have a dog now i've always been a cat person. I grew up with cats. No going to wonderful kitties boots. An amber. And i want what's best for them. I love my cats and part of love keeping tabs on my cats health right because nothing is more important than their health and wellbeing. 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And make the switch today by visiting pretty litter dot com and use the promo code hunter for twenty percent off your first order. That's pretty litter dot com promo code hunter for twenty percent off pretty litter dot. Com link is right in the notes. Wherever you're listening to this promo code hunter. You have been practicing your patients. You've been working on your empathy and connect and all those things will help you. Connect with your children more deeply. What would you say has been some of the payoff from doing some of this work will. The payoff for sure has been also that my children. Now have these skills. And so i'd say probably that's the best payoff. Is you know my love to feel like my children are pretty emotionally intelligent. And like they understand the concepts of empathy and gratitude. Because i teach and so. I try to practice what i preach and so we talk about six. You know when we talk about how important these things are. And so you know and i see like my son even been having some of the same sort of tendencies that i do. You know sort of a little bit high strung a little bit. You know taipei but then understanding the There's some things i gotta do. I gotta be able to slow down. I have to do to answer your question. I think it's just seeing these kinds of skills in my children. That is going to benefit them. You know. I just learned way too late you know. They're they're learning that stuff. So i mean i could have maybe avoided a little bit of gray hair But there hopefully. They're learning it a lot earlier than i did. So older they know son is twelve daughters. Ten savitt. Fourteen year old. I imagine some of your hope is that you're kind of avoid some like i i hate you strife. I wanna run away from home teen rebellion stuff. Yeah i mean on the for it. I i've got my my My my skills honing in those skills of the teen years and i've been learning and practicing and studying and You know an accepting the fact. That i'm going to make a lot of mistakes but we we have really good communication and so and also understanding that they're okay. They're allowed to mess up too and my kids will even especially my son will say like. Oh hey you think is pretty crazy now waiting a couple of years so a full-fledged team he's jeans even aware a little bit you know the chaos that ensues you know with that and the hormones. We talked pretty openly. We've just had that know my wife's really good about that too. And so She's a nurse so those kinds of things just any sort of physical and the emotional style. I i do a lot of the emotional stuff. She does a lot of the physical stuff.
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