25 Burst results for "Seery"
"seery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So what you know I don't know a lot about technology but I you know I think when you're talking to Seery and you're talking to Alexa and all that stuff yeah you know that somebody somewhere is harvesting your information correct I I didn't know when I flipped on my bedroom light that people could hear what was the one who think well if you want that L. this is so bizarre and I've read the article a couple times and I don't still don't quite understand how it can happen but again according to a new study conducted by cyber security researchers a conversation can be achieved eavesdropped on from about eighty to eighty two feet away if there is a light bulb hanging in the vicinity of the conversation let's shed some light on this and bring on our good buddy Hey batter Dave how are you brother I'm great how are you guys doing good explain this wild now first off obviously if they can hack your devices they can they can listen to what you're saying they can watch video do whatever they want but you know for a long time people have been trying to figure out ways to eavesdrop using you know devices that are active in this case you know they're there this is not the first instance of this but this is the first thing I've seen where it's it's totally passive there's no way to know that someone is doing this to you and it basically involves capturing the vibrations created by sounds of this attack is called lamp so she was really researchers have mechanically demonstrated excellent the very last and and pointed out some of the other ways of this is done you know some of the problems with it so in this case if you have a light bulb hanging in a room and the good news is that you get that easily defended against the giveaway call but Hey in a room as I'm talking to you guys you guys are talking to me those sound waves are vibrating off that light bulb and it's moving ever so slightly so so basically what they do as far as they've proven twenty five metres ready two feet away if you have a telescope and you can see that light bulb you can hook up an electrical electro optical center to the telescope that will convert the light into electrical current and then use an analog to digital converter to transform that into a digital signal and then basically real time you can listen to what's being said in that room so I mean it's it's kind of convoluted and I don't think anyone's going to drive down the street just doing this to people you're probably gonna have to be a high value target but I think this is an important topic because think about it you know to put these new well I called white ball of happier now right they kind of have a bunch of diligently look like they're old and they're usually just kind of hanging in the open in place of yours or whatever yeah a lot of people have in their office well let's say that someone wants to do some corporate espionage if they could find a window and they can see that light pole we're having a meeting you're talking to your attorney we're talking to a doctor Phil someone could potentially use this technique to hear what's being said that sorry minutes again only to have the average person but it is something from an economic standpoint and I think people need to be aware so let me get this straight so Eddie is in his his cabin right yet the seeker cabin way back in the world because that's where he goes to talk to his mistress right here in front of Congress of so somebody could have a telescope miles away in zero in on a light ball hanging in the middle of this cabin and if they have the right amount of technology in money they can capture the vibrations off a single let out a light ball this hanging from the middle the scenes that's your time but you can't you can't do it from that far away based on what they've document in the study you know they said eighty two feet okay you mean that you have a more powerful telescopes I'm gonna assume that you'd be able to do it from further away you know they have to do with being able to capture the vibration and convert that into electricity than a digital signal so it it it is a bit convoluted there's several steps and you have to be pretty technically savvy to put all of these parts together to make the apparatus that could do it but I mean clearly they're doing so yeah it it can't be done today Dave had her R. jag is again so so Dave you know I mean it starts with something like this right and we all y'all see it and shoot as I've gotten older and I've seen that'll never happen well now it's it's just a regular thing how long before they can hack your refrigerator or your TV or your oven I mean this is nuts what yeah that's one of the things I think is so interesting about this land from the packet it it doesn't really require any hacking of you directly right it's totally path I'm somewhere else you don't know I'm there now you know if you have a smart refrigerator or smart washer opponent thermostat or whatever you know all the five G. devices are full of all kinds of security blog hacker to this you standard hacking techniques on all of those guys today and I mean there's a well known attack out there the call distributed denial of service attack about I don't five six years ago impacted others where they attacked cable boxes and got people cable boxes to essentially start blasting out a lot of traffic to the website which knocked them down I mean this the thing is what all the time this is one of the more innovative things I've seen in a long time the first stop of the day I don't think in touch with someone talking to slide by rations in there that should make this light pole move I wonder if I could capture the people way smarter than me the I can't wait first person gets gets caught this way you know me in this game you know so even as I have imagined it leads if it's somewhere around now it'll be some sort of high level government thing but I've been pretty crazy to be like Hey we got this guy to confess to something we've attracted he's selling secrets to China because we've bounced a telescope offers light ball IBM but I would just say again you know for your average business if you have any kind of trade secret information sensitive government information or whatever you should think long and hard about having a hanging light bulb.
"seery" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Tell Seery on what's that thing called on my phone now I wish ditches in here he would be able to eat he'd he'd he'd probably know this release form in there either Bixby I had the the voice that talks back to me on Google when I have that so turned on on on the settings is Bixby which always reminds me of the incredible hulk before he gets mad because bill Bixby played the character on the incredible hulk on CBS but boy we got we we went way down the rabbit hole there really back into me okay good morning everybody happy Wednesday rain coming in a little bit later tonight that's okay though we'll be looking to be pretty dry during the day you're a corona virus numbers will give you some updates here seven thousand three hundred ninety four cases reported in the state of Tennessee already at this point though more than half have already recovered three thousand eight hundred twenty eight six hundred and fifty seven people have recovered in Shelby County out of one thousand eight hundred seventy three cases eighty three cases in Tipton county twenty nine or twenty eight cases in Dyer county thirty nine debts in Shelby County thirty nine deaths in Shelby County in Mississippi four thousand seven hundred and sixteen cases with that two and thirty nine in desoto county thirty seven in Panola thirty nine in Marshall Tate county thirty four tunic at thirty three and three deaths in desoto county hundred eighty three overall in the state of Mississippi over in Arkansas just two thousand two hundred and sixty two cases there been forty three deaths there hundred forty seven of the cases in Crittenden county of those five have died in Crittenden county but over eight hundred and forty people have recovered and those by the way out of the at least in Arkansas out of two thousand to INR sixty two positives there have been almost twenty six thousand negatives in the state of Arkansas just FYI it's not food bank will be distributing more food today towards mobile pantries will be over not awhile Presbyterian over on union east side community church over on colonial today as well and then they'll also be in Quitman and part of Pontotoc county I mean they cover a ton of counties we had Kathy pope on a couple of weeks ago and they do a magnificent job another day the request for food and pantries has gone up exponentially during these times and they continue to fight the good fight mid south food bank dot org by the way and you can make a donation which each dollar goes really a a long way and you might consider if you've got a a few extra Bucks to ship in the mid south food bank because they they do outstanding work great people and that they try to be the yes when it comes to food when others you scenarios may lead people down to a path of where no you don't have food but yeah they are fantastic all right let's talk about some other news this morning president trump had his national briefing yesterday and he does that each and every afternoon and here's what he had to say it's a montage of many of the things he discussed throughout the last forty eight hours as president trump at the daily coronavirus briefing from yesterday afternoon we mentioned briefly the state aid that we talked about that governor Cuomo myself and that I agree with him on that and I think most Republicans agree to and Democrats and that's part of phase four people want to get back to work and I've watched some of the protests not in great detail but I see that in there separated there a lot of space in between them and they they're watching believe it or not social doing social distancing I want people that are in this country I want our citizens to get jobs I don't want them to have competition we also have four different antibody tests already authorized tests will help identify individuals who can donate convalescent plasma thus providing potentially lifesaving antibodies to American patients the farmers will not be affected by this at all if anything we're gonna make it easier and we're doing a process it'll make it better for those workers to come in to go to the farm where they've been for a long time and that was president trump yesterday of course he did meet with governor Cuomo yesterday and we'll have more of on that throughout this broadcast and also throughout the day on a top and bottom of the hour updates with fox news radio right here on six hundred W. R. E. C. also president trump speaking yesterday regarding a stay at home protests here's a bit more on that people want to get back to work and I've watched some of the protests not in great detail but I see that and they're separated there a lot of space in between them and they they're watching believe it or not social doing social distancing also he spoke on Kim Jong hoon is health it's been reported in some media outlets that he is not well after surgery perhaps some complications after he did not show up for a huge holiday celebration here's what president trump had to say I can only say this I wish him well because if he is in the kind of condition that the reports say that the news this and that would be a that's a very serious condition and then now one other item form president trump their home they were holding their briefing and announced a new test that people.
How to manage stress and anxiety amid coronavirus outbreak
"I'm Stephen you study the psychology of pandemics you say that most people don't realize how stressful and how boring it's gonna be if they have to go and spend a lot of time at home for a period of time what should people know going in well they should know that there is going to be stressful and boring they should know that if they have time on their hands and then occupied they are going to be noticing the body not a single body sensations which some people might misinterpret decisive call the nineteenth so you're more likely to notice Sniffles and sore which could allow you people have a variety of emotional reaction somewhat field board some I feel sad or depressed someone feel angry about being locked up with other people will do just fine but I think this is all new territory for for all of us that we need to plan what we gonna do how we gonna spend that time and I like what I've been hearing about what some of the other people writing it have been doing making to do lists seven structure and so forth I think that that's great ways of coping for the with this plant planning ahead and planning a little bit too to structure your time no matter what that's on that seems to be a big help absolutely and watch out for fully into maladaptive bad habits if you've got say a substance use problem you know and you board you might have the urge to usable under these circumstances so in those circumstances important to reach out to other people and what's your phone line shopping to some people do have borne by spending more money than I have so if you need to plan for healthy things you can do to keep yourself occupied for the next little while what Laurie word sanitizing our hands to the point of chafing which is good we're protecting our physical health by separating ourselves which is also good that is the most urgent need but people are also in some cases losing their jobs or losing hours genuinely afraid for the future how can people think about protecting their emotional and mental health at a time it's got anxiety in the outside world and then maybe close walls on the inside world at times sure well there's obviously a lot of anxiety out there and it's really important that we protect our psychological immune systems at the same time that we're protecting our physical immune systems and so there are two kinds of anxiety one is productive anxiety which is the kind of anxiety that makes us wash our hands and social distance and all of those things because if we were worried we wouldn't do those things but then there's the unproductive anxiety which is that kind of obsessive rumination about what might happen and I think we really need to watch out for that obsessive rumination you know what's going to happen with my job what's going to happen with with you know when are we going to get out of here like were in prison we need to kind of focus on the present and I your listeners I've written some great suggestions for how we can focus on the present you know as as a start which is virtual keep your routine you know get dressed get she showered you know put on some clothes the eat your meals at regular times make sure eating healthy meals you know all of those things so this isn't just like one long weekend and that helps to and and I think another thing is kind of being in the both and which is you know yes this is a horrible situation and this allows so many of us time to do things that we never have time to do normally one of your listeners you know made a list of all the things that she wanted to do that that's that's something that we can say okay here's here's kind of the silver lining in this really difficult situation Laurie one of the things about being out at work normally is that you're out at work eight we love our families but it can be difficult to be trapped indoors with kids with spouses with roommates or even by yourself is there a way to prepare for that aspect of it after it gets past day one and you're not supposed to be spending a lot of time outside yeah I think when you're inside with even the people you love they start to smell like that fish after a while we hope to and so I think that I think it's really important to acknowledge that Hey we we need some breaks if your parents and you have young kids trade off say it's your turn right now I need a break you know if if you're getting on each other's nerves step back take a breath and say you know what we're in really difficult circumstances right now may be we're not seeing things clearly let's let's let's see if were were you know something's been blown out of proportion here you know how can we all work together and also I think as as adults we can check in with each other and say how are you doing it's just a simple question but just to be able to check in and if you're living alone make sure that you're reaching out to people and checking in with them and having them check in with you we need to have someone to talk to about the stress that we are under we can't ignore the fact that this is a really unusual circumstance and it's going to cause a lot of anxiety in some people depression mmhm at miles you've been spending more time alone then usual I know you're busy because you have lots of reporting to do so that's good but it doesn't take the whole day you find yourself sort of thinking about the longer term parts of life rather than just what's on the laptop in front of you has that been for you I definitely do I think the the first couple of days we'll just such a sort of shock that I was a bit less than that and then more recently I have started to think about what the future holds United sort of how you know it will life ever return to normal there United speaking to friends and and family in the U. K. you know before the U. K. have caught more stringent about things there was talking about being in restaurants being in pubs and it sort of dawned on me I was like I had to call on the twenty contenders with Akon actually a mansion being in a pub or restaurant at this point they did make me think about when will the next time baby the I can go and it's a it's a restaurant known for for a glass of wine or beer yeah I mean read routine is part of who we are and and when it goes away that can be jarring even at the best of times we got this from Emily he said I've been trying all the work from home tips and I saw advice to take regular breaks I just asked Seery to set me an alarm for a mental health break and she sent me an alarm for a dental heartbreak so we'll see where that gets me that's from Emily but we've been getting lots and lots of stories from listeners Peggy said my daughter lives in a small town in New Hampshire several families and their kids have started having a trivia night via zoom families take turns being moderators my teenage grandchildren look forward to this after a day of remote school work Sabrina says is it just possible that people have forgotten how to mindfully occupy themselves Jeff says I'm making a model rocket I'm calling the coded nineteen the plan is to put the largest engine that will fit and launch it and let it go let somebody find it maybe they'll have a laugh random acts of kindness and humor can go a long long way by the way my lockdown play list is amazing too you got to keep them separated is his favorite song that's from offspring and hit the nineties Steven Taylor what do you think about some of the activities and suggestions were hearing I think they're great I think we could learn a lot about how to cope during this new normal by by seeing how other people are dealing with things and I think it's important to jerk first of all put this in perspective yeah the labels we put on things is really important if we call this being in prison it's going to be a miserable experience but yeah we wanna see if what it is is is voluntary and what we do is really important so instead of saying this is a boring thing to do Starkey on imprisonment lockdown remind yourself that what you're doing is really really important this is dealing with something like covered nineteen is not just an individual thing is a community wide activity so in supporting a community is really important I'm Stephen talk a little bit about social distance that can turn into social isolation if you're elderly or if you have underlying health conditions social distance in some cases is not enough you may find yourself alone for long stretches out who's who's most at risk for negative impacts here people with pre existing health problems my worry about the health of my very realistic worries and I might try to get on health lines and find health lines are the lines a little tied up will people with pre existing emotional problems might find themselves experiencing anxiety or depression and so forth and in those cases is really important for those people to reach out to support groups to to that community and it's also important for for us to reach out to people that we think might be isolated but this needs to be done in a respectful fashion there have been cases where seniors have been inundated with the office of requests that they haven't wanted in the first place so we need to be mindful about what each person's individual situation is we're talking about social distance and social isolation in a time of corona virus it's one a I'm Todd's will look Donna says the yoga studio that I've attended for years started offering online classes to resume it was a wonderful way to stay connected to our teacher to fellow students and the larger community I found it to be a godsend during this challenging time a lorry that staying in touch with older family members can be very very important I wanna play voice mail that we got from a listener this is what Kelly from Michigan had to save us I recently retired from working for years at the hospital and there was one nurse and I became really good friends with who was probably twenty years younger than I am but we were we were very good friends and now I only see
"seery" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"And you found that Seery on your phone was making its own decisions and ones you didn't like rearranging your schedule into bizarre patterns investing your savings and its parent company looping in everyone on your contact list to sensitive email threats what would you do what is fifty or a hundred years from now you're welcome found that the series that we've built for our whole world has begun to make decisions on its own what do we do that if we go to turn it off we find that it's removed our ability to do that have we shown at that we are an obstacle to be removed on the next episode of the end of the world with Josh Clark the field of biotechnology is grown sophisticated in its ability to create pathogens that are much deadlier than anything found in nature that researchers so that was a a line of inquiry and there were other researchers who vehemently disagreed and thought it was an extraordinarily reckless thing to do the biotech field also has a history of recklessness and accidents N. as the world grows more connected just one of those accidents could bring an abrupt end to humans for your next favorite podcasts from over two hundred fifty thousand available to you right now all three by downloading the I heart radio ads here's a preview of one of our podcast and emerging technology welcome to tax reduction of I heart radio's how stuff works Hey there and welcome to the tax stuff I'm your host Jonathan Strickland I'm an executive producer with how stuff works.
As coronavirus fears grow, officials are concerned about those infected
"The virus victims I'm Christa mail fox news as fears of the coronavirus increase across the world officials are worried about those with the disease the corona virus has infected more than two hundred people in South Korea a figure that has quadrupled in just two days in Ukraine protesters threw rocks at buses carrying seventy evacuees from China to a quarantine site here in the U. S. officials with the centers for disease control and prevention say a policy of containment is working for now federal officials confirm there was a robust discussion between the CDC state department and other agencies on whether to allow American cruise ship passengers to leave Japan on an evacuation flight after they received positive test results on the way to the airport fox is Jonathan Seery
"seery" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To cross the world officials are worried about those with the disease the corona virus has infected more than two hundred people in South Korea a figure that has quadrupled in just two days in Ukraine protesters threw rocks at buses carrying seventy evacuees from China to a quarantine site here in the U. S. officials with the centers for disease control and prevention say a policy of containment is working for now federal officials confirm there was a robust discussion between the CDC state department and other agencies on whether to allow American cruise ship passengers to leave Japan on an evacuation flight after they received positive test results on the way to the airport boxes Jennison Seery round three for the democratic nominees in twenty twenty that is next up today to choose their party's nominee to face president trump in November despite not making the debate stage Wednesday Thomas fire telling fox's bill Hemmer reporting his campaign isn't packing up anytime soon my campaign is going really well I'm about to show America that I can pull together a diverse coalition of Democrats not just the women the nomination but could beat Donald Trump in the fall Styris tied with Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar and ten and a half percent according to a real clear politics poll an Idaho woman facing charges for the disappearance of her two children Laurie valoe was charged by police in Hawaii cool why police chief Todd ray back says that there was no sign her kids ever join her on the island the last sighting that I have been aware of happened in the mainland and there has been no sighting sense that citing here the main article ID or in that state and so at this time we don't believe that there's any connection to the children being here court documents say Val repeatedly lied about her children's whereabouts.
"seery" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Seery and France is now confirming three cases of that virus it's the first reported in Europe America is listening fox news now here's your storm team ten forecast stars tonight increasing clouds overnight twenty eight to thirty three mid to upper thirties along the coast cloudy Saturday spotty showers during the day steady heavier rain at times becoming gusty in the afternoon highs mid to upper forties periods of heavy rain Saturday night for a few hours gusty mild clearing overnight forty five to fifty Sunday sun and clouds breezy mid to upper forties I'm storm team ten meteorologist RJ Heim on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM it's the use radio nine and one oh four seven FM daily rewind withdrawn St Pierre sponsored by Harris senior care services good if Paltrow brings your health and wellness business the Netflix is boxes Michelle Pelino with the story in the six part series big group lab with Gwyneth Paltrow the actress explores ideas that may seem out there or too expensive for the average person like cold therapy which as you might imagine is immersing your entire body into frigid temperatures because it apparently has some health benefits they try psychedelics is a form of therapy and they take a look at orgasms around with a bunch of women I don't know if I'm the guy you've never seen yourselves now find an energy one group is a joke to many buffer Paltrow she turned an acting career into a lifestyle newsletter that is now company worth over two hundred fifty million shop we now fox news people would rather not have to go to work each and every day and it's not just at their job it's making them feel that way apparently it's the commute commuting to the office can certainly put a damper on anybody's.
The Department Store of the Future Will Look a Lot Like the Past
"As we move forward it's not about eliminating waiver holistically it's about changing the way that the stores are designed and stores are created to serve the customers the experiences that customers have within real estate or retail and then again changing the way that the labor force actually interacts with customers so for instance you may not just have people manning the checkout lines or are lining up to to help people in that way you actually may have them walking around serving you a little bit better as you walk through the store rather than you walking in looking for somebody to help you you actually might have an opportunity for the serve you better that way what is machine learning can you translate for a for a for for my audience chaps absolutely so the three main topics then we start with data we have data machine learning and artificial intelligence so what it means politically when we collect data about you as a customer we begin to understand just a little bit about what you're doing so for instance if you walk in the store you move around the store you move between different departments we know something about you now we can apply machine learning is that we can actually run some data to under in the past few to have taken maybe the paths that others have taken in that store so the machine learning is running programs on top of data to begin to learn more about your customer behaviors and tie that to other data so after a while when we learn about you and we learn about other people who may a walk there certain passers store we might be able to find the most profitable path in that store and that's where the artificial intelligence comes in so we start with data the data becomes a mechanism to learn more about things that you do human behaviors whether if you're a customer or an employee and then after a certain period of time that machine learning can actually come up with recommendations how do we serve you and again that becomes more the artificial intelligence our thanks embracing S. because banks worry all the time about security yes so absolutely so the the financial industry and banking because you know you think about all of the real estate you have to pay for specially in a city like Manhattan there's a lot of space that you pay for but how is that utilized so when you're opening new locations where should you open a location that people need to come in and physically do banking with you so that industry just as you described it has changed substantially given the way people do banking today so in that industry was same thing with so you talked about was walk based it's important understand are we actually utilizing all that expensive real estate or are there other ways to serve our customers should we have a different type of design for our branches now that they're doing banking differently and we can help all of the you know in the financial industry learn those things artificial intelligence is such a big umbrella it's involving all the top that's correct and where's it going so a year from now what are we going to talk about in terms of where a I is what Sally who's paying for right so right now it's an opportunity in its strategic so if your and again as I I I mentioned IDC did a study and there's a number of other service looking and talking two executives everyone starting to invest and you have companies like Amazon and Google for really forcing this because they're using again as we talked about using artificial intelligence to help do targeted marketing to help design their stores there helping with all of the the curbside pickup in ways to understand how their customers interact with products as I mentioned in the automotive industry if you have Google home or or any of the Amazon products we have the speakers that sit in your home there's all of this technology that's starting to become something that we're all used to interacting with like if you have Seery on your iPhone you when you're starting to talk to that computer it's how you know back to the Star Trek so we're getting to the point now where it's actually happening so everybody is a conference here and in ten years ago wasn't there all interacting with artificial intelligence and what's going to happen going for it's going to become more a part of all of our lives and especially in retail because retail is one of the last areas where it really hasn't made an impact but it's starting so I would say in a few years is going to be part of everything we're doing Joe can is stratecast director of data science and analytics and what he's talking about is a growth model that is it's very difficult to imagine except for I see the buzz around me here at the national retail federation and I see now that what where we work in retail is equivalent to where where science was with analog phone not with it before we went to
"seery" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"She said exactly that's all yeah that's it well just goes to show years it with science Somers I just got a few summers feedback so sometimes when you do a science experiment you know it doesn't work right not to keep at it about this yesterday afternoon late in the afternoon I ask Alexa who was the head coach of the New York Giants you tell me Pat Shurmur really what the heck she is not up to date get with it what about Seery think Seery would do that right now knows what the deal is because I wanted to tweet about Joe judge I actually couldn't remember the name of the new giants coach so I said Alexei she didn't even know you know the yeah there's a and sometimes I don't know even how to get in to see Harry but then sometimes you're just comes on right well you're you're a lax in your office is all these possessed yes yes so this morning when you were doing you CBSSports minutes was going Alexa is all right I like to have a heart I don't I don't know and then Jackie who does our make up goes yes she does this sometimes I guess it's happened before but I've never heard it well yeah it wasn't that what was going on yeah I was like going crazy totally possessed him I was I was reading over and unplug it but it finally stopped news freaking me out there watch event that all right they might attack you yeah it's my listening in all sorts of stuff I would just be very very careful with that unless as much as I want Hey you got nothing going on in there and now it's just you and turn off arguing about fox news yes all right boomer NGO on the fan and CBS sports network we'll come right back get another Jerry Recco update moment of.
"seery" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Santa Claus nine he doesn't care or he loves you just the same Santa Claus knows makes everything right so Santa Claus comes com Santa Claus comes Santa Claus right down Santa Claus lane come around when times ring out that it's Christmas tomorrow and these thank Santa Claus right down Santa Claus lane there's Rangers here's a helpful holiday yet let Alexa or Seery help you get into the spirit just say Alexa place sunny one of seven nine or place sunny one oh seven nine please this guy's wrapping up his farewell tour in Detroit the end of the year Bob Seger little drummer boy I'm sending an I..
How Data Tracking Affects Your Life
"How I wear my Fitbit all the time I mean all the time and it was a Christmas gift that you gave me and that actually stayed in the box for eight months when I took about the boxes it where if you been all my life is wonderful Washington posted a story the other day that said that the day may come if it hasn't already happened where the data. that is gathered via my Fitbit that's the hours that I sleep how much of it is rem sleep how many flights of stairs I walked calories are burned blah blah blah that data could be valuable to someone somewhere or maybe the government and I said whoa yeah now we're not talking about the apple watch which I again if the Fitbit is harvesting data you know the apple people to do doing the same thing and they're been stories about your smart TV is that TV ads your watch and watching you and listening to what you're. so that point is great is cited to to turn to a man who has been nice enough to join us for how many years now well he was just a kid he has the college kid and now he's a doctor is doctor Patrick Crispin joining us tonight by popular demand because we put out the word we're going to be on the radio people that are you gonna have doctor Crispin odd so we do have him on the radio with us tonight and Patrick how are you this evening. how are you okay wait wait wait verily here Patrick okay because we're talking technology when. transaction okay take you to get home. go we can't blame this on. no that was operator error my first mistake how you know what okay guess what they're gonna send you home that's it yeah. real soon. Patrick I know when I sent you a text the other day and I said is this possible I could almost hear you rolling your eyes this is been going out for a long time right. yes I I a and it was your devices your smart devices aren't necessarily listening to use so that what you're saying that Hey I really like leopard print and leopard print you showing up in your in your feet because some computer is listening. you take her computer is predicting you. we are so absolutely tracked in everything we do every place we go on the internet every different like that we had on Facebook everything that we do in the end Instagram or whatever that there are no giant databases about you and people like you and it's eight and it's really relatively easy to target very very very specific subgroups like people who like rockabilly and collect guitars and live in Chicago and wear all black. a group for the socks. right. ruby is actually it is absolutely trivial for this the amount of data that is available about you is just. overwhelming there's actually a documentary on Netflix called the great hack and it talking about Cambridge analytica and all the other things and he once you realize what's going on there yeah this is where we're in a really interesting world were every one of us could be really have the advertising targeted us just a very very pointed way where I can sit there and say I want people in Pasadena possible I need to track just be the the whole thing I think. that really was a a a red herring basically the the United States government is thinking about creating this advanced research projects agency performed Beastie Klay like DARPA entered it was great I mean darker came up with the internet became a unix to kick off the cloudy can't with GPS Seery web conferencing any now I want to do it with health data and looking for more days they are say in our European would normally behavioral signs of someone headed towards a violent explosive act no I can't imagine what bike fit it would tell me now but that I'm headed to some sort of a violent exploits the explosive act that said if you take that data. from an combine it with data from other smart devices like apple watches Amazon echo Google homes along with information from your health care provider slate the radio grasp lake. even can't analysis white has our cause yeah it it's really actually pretty simple to. kind of identify certain behaviors that might be a warning sign I would also say that if you really want to track. what you do is you track for somebody cell phone location and this is where it gets real scary and and for those who are are big fans of the second ma'am and I'm going to send a chill down your spine there's really nothing stopping the government right now tracking how many times you go to a gun right. or how many times at our how many times you go hang out at at certain locations by tracking your cell phone so. this is something that would be like a red flag the wooden makes them look to you first I think I can read it but I don't think there's any any law that prevents them all yeah. everything's which you can do is if you really want to kind of make yourself. not not even on the internet could you can't be hidden on the internet but some things you can do there is a browser plugin that I've been recommended for a long time it's got a really silly name and it's from the Electronic Frontier Foundation a call privacy badger. and privacy about your work to chrome Firefox opera Firefox an android. does is you can solve this whole this whole thing your browser and it sends a trigger to all the websites that you're visiting say do not track me track me I don't want to be tracked. now if the site. ends up finally the network norm reads it what ends up happening is this privacy badger is going to look for tracking cookies and if it sees the same tracking cookies on three more or more different web sites it blocks does how so what it's meant to do is there are cookies that are being put on your computer some computer good like you you know it's it's it's your card to get back into a website some some of tracking for site to site to site so privacy badger says okay you're you're you're working too much information about this for seven o'clock you and absolutely free of charge tracker blocking. outgoing make clicking for on Facebook Google Twitter this is a three just do a Google search for DFS twice privacy badger I really recommend installing that on your browser will just run in the background it just sits there until you start going out on the internet. it just sits there in the background running all the time and again hunter foundation is a not for profit organization at that is very very famous highly respected and you don't have to worry about losing any
"seery" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Party they're saying I'm sorry were there still listening now the iPhone three features quite popular especially for people who are in a rush and don't want to spend time typing I'll take that as a compliment but while people were searching for answers to a wide variety of questions tell me your hopes your dreams where you'd like to make a dinner reservation many didn't know that humans were listening in on some of those conversations even those that may have contained private information I'm not sure I understand it wasn't just apple Google Microsoft Amazon and Facebook all had third party contractors listening into voice activated services in an effort to improve them well apple issued an apology and said they would no longer do this without your permission instead they'll continue relying on computer generated transcripts of interactions to improve series responses also users will be able to opt in and allow recording so that they can be used to better scenery finally any recordings inadvertently triggered by Seery will be deleted apple said fewer than point two percent of all Serie interactions were actually listened to by humans I'm Steve Castin bound all right there you go so the bottom line is it's still listening it's always Allison sure your phones listening right now and anything can trigger sometimes friendly even the sound of a zipper can can trigger that yeah show I I I cannot tell you how many times on my phone I accidentally I'm sure a lot of people do it I hit the button a bit too hard here comes here yeah and who knows what they've heard I I can no no no no no no no no no no you're you're thinking that series only listing when you hit that button there listening right now yes yeah you are the product yeah people don't realize it Facebook the Google's sherry apple you are the product that's how they make money collecting that data to sell to advertisers so they could reach you more more immediately well with the amount of times that I actually trigger myself with my finger unintentionally I mean I'm I'm certainly help him along that's for sure I'm not making it any harder on.
"seery" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"C.'s John Lesher thank you the food and drug administration's trying to reassure U. S. patients about the low risks of an ongoing contamination issue affecting popular blood pressure drugs since last summer drug makers have issued more than fifty recalls due to a chemical impurities linked to cancer risk it's twenty two past people were not happy to hear that strangers were listening in on some of their voice interactions with iPhones Seery feature Steve cast inbound reports the iPhone three features quite popular especially for people who are in a rush and don't want to spend time typing I'll take that as a compliment but while people were searching for answers to a wide variety of questions tell me your home where you'd like to make a dinner reservation many didn't know that humans were listening in on some of those conversations even those that may have contained private information I'm not sure I understand it wasn't just apple Google Microsoft Amazon and Facebook all had third party contractors listening into voice activated services in an effort to improve them well apple issued an apology and said they would no longer do this without your permission instead they'll continue relying on computer generated transcripts of interactions to improve series responses also users will be able to opt in and allow recording so that they can be used to better see Yuri finally any recordings inadvertently triggered by Seery will be deleted apple said fewer than point two percent of all theory interactions were actually listened to by humans I'm Steve casting down it's now twenty four.
Apple apologizes for workers who listened to Siri recordings
"In the wake of last month's reports that some apple workers reviewing scary requests also heard personal medical details and drug deals among other things apple vows it'll make some changes that give users more control over how their Seery requests are handled in apologizing for its C. regrading program apple said it will no longer retains audio recordings of Syria directions but that will still use computer generated transcripts to help Syrian
Apple apologizes for workers who listened to Siri recordings
"In the wake of last month's reports that some apple workers reviewing Seery requests also heard personal medical details and drug deals among other things apple vows it'll make some changes that give users more control over how their C. requests are handled in apologizing for its C. re grading program apple said will no longer retains audio recordings of Syria interactions but that will still use computer generated transcripts to help us
Apple Contractors Listened to 1,000+ Siri Recordings Per Shift
"Humor apples using human contractors to try to make it better these human contractors listen to a thousand Seery record every day so that they can help make Siri better and they interviewed some of these contractors and they heard things like confidential medical information drug deals recordings of intent people are current conversations between people and their lawyers G. personally identifiable information now these contractors were in Ireland right because you know apple does the double Irish thing where they can like cheat on their taxes in the area ends the Ireland is covered by the E. U. N. G. P. R. so now the question is how much money they have to pay in fines for basically breaking GPR you know there are other companies that are looking at big signs Google for one Amazon another because you know and it's it's it's the same sort of conversation we had about eyes peas do these content do these platforms how much responsibility to the do they bear for what is produced and disseminated on their
"seery" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Cause of death it's six o'clock on aim seven sixty I'm Jim shore vests that's one of the stories we're following first a check on traffic on the the five freeway south founded palm Avenue in Chula Vista crash a little bit early in the right lane is still reported to be blocked in traffic stop and go from about orange Avenue fifteen north bound near Rancho California earlier still clearing traffic remain Chevy approaching that area this report is sponsored by the feed me podcast hi markets not had a anyone feed me today show food contributor Seery daily talked about a cookbook real food and feeding her husband Carson Daly listen to feed the on the on her radio app or wherever you get your podcast York City chief medical examiner says an autopsy concluded that Jeffrey Epstein's cause of death was a suicide by hanging the billionaire financier was found unresponsive in his cell at the metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan last Saturday morning CBS news Tom Hansen reports New York city's medical examiner ruled Jeffrey abstains death was a suicide and that he died by hanging himself in his jail cell I've seen was found dead last Saturday at the metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan he was awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges involving underage girls asking had been placed on suicide watch in July after an earlier suicide attempt but was not on it when he killed himself to jail guards in the warden have been relieved of their duties following up stings mysterious death the trump administration's being sued by dozens of families separated at the border CBS news but Michigan has that story in legal claims obtained by the Associated Press several families allege their young children were sexually physically or emotionally abusing federally funded foster care after separation from their families Southern Poverty Law Center attorney Michelle appoint I think this all goes to the lack of oversight and of course the original sin of taking children from their parents in the first place health and Human Services is responsible for the care of migrant children they say they can't comment on pending litigation but Michigan CBS news police say an MTS security officer was punched several times by an attacker who also tried to grab the officer's weapon at a trolley station in old town investigators say the officer struggled to keep his gun he was able to fend off the wall they were fighting over the what a let's see.
"seery" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Three four stations in southern California yeah out our news talk and now all of a sudden you've got two hundred thousand of them out there and did so well frankly it's so I'm looking at and I'm a little bit disconcerted about that well I mean at the end of the day people listen for personalities they listen for people they like and there's a lot of stuff out there doesn't mean it's all very good it's the same thing with podcasting so you've been in the business a long time you understand that things of all of the change but personally I think that what apple's doing because you said you you can get on Alexa and that's true but Alexis mainly in the home at this point Alexa is in the home or as Seery is in the car gamble is in the car so with with fury adding that functionality that is that's pretty huge and by the way she's two five hundred thousand radio stations including all the I heart stations fight only five hundred thousand radio stations I don't know there weren't that many on the planet so you knew there so you listen to a couple of him in Nairobi for example yeah I was trying it out and this is by the way a feature that's coming to the iPhone with iOS thirteen so you can't do it on your iPhone just yet I've got the advanced software downloaded so is testing it out let's say you grew up like me and you know New Jersey anyone listen as you one hundred you can call that up through Syria is just one of those fun little things that I do think in the car will be more helpful because you don't have to done any extra software all right can you hang on we're gonna come back and talk about a million dollar reward from apple to if you can hack and iPhone and assuming we're still on the air when we come back rich berada rich to burrow joins us back all right Jennifer.
"seery" Discussed on KGO 810
"Good news if you were worried and I think a lot of you are about having one of those voices is since your house the Amazon echo the Google assistant the home hub Seery pot whatever the gravel costs home but you know they listen all the time they're listening for their special word which is why I'm careful I try not to say the special word and and then they wake up and they send whatever you said back to the home office what we've learned about all three though is some percentage apple says about one percent of all the recordings are listen to by humans and they call it grading the same how close to what the human said did the computer understand and is it you know this is how they make it better the problem is in all three cases we've seen and you know this sometimes you get false positives like it thinks you said Hey echo and you didn't you just said well I can think of a few things but they weren't Hey hecho and what they're getting is people making love having fights personal discussions of all kinds they're recorded and then some percentage of them are listened to by actual human beings apples as well don't worry no one knows who you are what you say your name or you know identifying information so fortunately thanks to the light shed on all this by the guardian other newspapers all three apple Google and Amazon or say okay you could turn it off if you don't want to do that turned off now you've got to figure this out if you're on an echo you have to go to the echo app and it is in that not about not as easy as paying for groceries or their face they don't make it bad easy so you you can't turn I just some you should be aware of I think people were worried about this already no not they don't have the stuff in there right yeah I have everywhere there are but I'm sitting in front of a microphone my phone is a microphone my phone is a camp even if you didn't have an Amazon echo in your house you're carrying a smartphone that has a microphone on it all the time so I figure out this is the frog in the water again all the heck with the hook what could possibly go wrong eighty eight eighty eight ask where I can think of a few things now unfortunately I shouldn't you don't I I've been watching the TV there's a TV show called year after year and black mere these all these TV shows about well there that's what they're about what could possibly go wrong apparently everything in every way and I'm a little scared about the future so maybe a little more aware of things I don't are you eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo do you let these guys listen do you are you gonna what you gonna do eighty eight eighty eight asked me when you talk about get the phones in a minute him Scheffer's here she's answering your calls meanwhile let me tell you about our sponsor remote PC if you ever need to access your computer PC or mac when you're not at your home computer maybe you're not at your office well I got I got a product to let you do it it's called remote PC at it with a remote PC.
"seery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Good news if you were worried and I think a lot of you are about having one of those voices is since your house the Amazon echo the Google assistant the home hub Seery pod whatever they for apple costs at the home but you know they listen all the time they're listening for their special word which is why I'm careful I trying to say the special word and and then they wake up and they send whatever you said back to the home office what we've learned about all three though is some percentage apple says about one percent of all the recordings are listen to by humans and they call it grading the same how close to what the human said did the computer understanding these again on this is how they make it better the problem is in all three cases we've seen and you know this sometimes you get for false positives like it thinks you said Hey echo and you didn't you just said well I can think of a few things but they weren't Hey hecho and what they're getting is people making love having fights personal discussions of all kinds they're recorded and then some percentage of them are listen to buy actual human beings apples as well don't worry no one knows where you are what you say your name or you know identifying information so fortunately thanks to the light shed on all this by the guardian other newspapers all three apple Google and Amazon or say okay you could turn it off if you don't want to do that turned off now you've got to figure this out if you're on an echo you have to go to the echo app and it is in that not about that is easy is paying for groceries with their face they don't make it bad easy so you you can't turn I just some of what you should be aware of I think people were worried about this already no not they don't have the stuff in the house right yeah I have everywhere there but I'm sitting in front of a microphone my phone is a microphone my phone is a camp even if you didn't have an Amazon echo in your house you're carrying a smartphone that has a microphone on it all the time so I figure out this is the frog in the water again all the heck with the hook what could possibly go wrong eighty eight eighty eight ask where I could think of a few things that unfortunately I shouldn't you don't I I've been watching the TV there's a TV show called year after year and there's black mere these all these TV shows about well there that's what they're about what could possibly go wrong apparently everything in every way and I'm a little scared about the future so maybe a little more aware of the nice to me final are you eighty eight eighty eight ask where do you let these guys listen do you are you gonna what you gonna do eighty eight eighty eight asked me when you talk about we get the phones in a minute Kim Scheffer's here she's answering your calls meanwhile let me tell you about our sponsor remote PC if you ever need to access your computer PC or mac when you're not at your home computer maybe you're not at your office well I got a I got a product to let you do it it's called remote PC at it with a remote PC can.
"seery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Should then okay and three and is okay the black horse right now panel time for you to answer some questions about this week's news Adam if you have an apple device you know that the automated assistance Seery wakes up when it hears the phrase Hey sirree but according to a company whistle blowers Seery also wakes up and start listening when it here's what never someone else someone and that someone of a factory complained about the no I'll give you a hint the if you want to avoid this everybody needs to go out and get pants with button flies the sound of a look at that yes the sound of the zipper wakes up wow that's a grievance hearing yes no I told you that series starts listening when it hears pants unzipped and your first thought was so they've heard whole you think a little more like wait they've also heard all knowing apple's sends recordings made by Sayuri out to contractors whose job it is to make sure that it's recording what it's supposed to be recording and according to an anonymous whistle blower what they hear is quote discussions between doctors and patients business deals Montel dealings of sexual encounters and so on on quote and all that is bad but what business deal with people taking their pants off thanks for taking the meeting gentleman let's drop trial and talk how many people are going to go home and unzip your pants in front of you for.
"seery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Should then okay and three and is okay the bank right now panel time for you to answer some questions about this week's news Adam if you have an apple device you know that the automated assistance Seery wakes up when it hears the phrase Hey series but according to a company whistle blowers Seery also wakes up and start listening when it here's what never someone else someone in that someone in a a factory complained about the I'll give you a hint the if you want to avoid this everybody needs to go out and get pants with button flies the sound of a look at that yes the sound of a zipper wakes up wow that's a grieving sherry yes no I told you that series starts listening when it hears pants unzipped and your first thought was so they've heard whole you think a little more like wait they've also heard no I apple's sends recordings made by Syrie out to contractors whose job it is to make sure that it's recording what it's supposed to be recording and according to an anonymous whistle blower what they hear is quote discussions between doctors and patients business deals in the criminal dealings sexual encounters and so on on the quote and all that is bad but what business deal with people taking their pants off thanks for taking the meeting gentleman what's drop trial and talk how many people are going to go home and unzip your pants in front of you for.
Apple to end Siri snooping by outside contractors
"Apple is putting a hold on a program that lets contractors listen to queries from people using sirree the program helped contractors grade the digital assistants responses but also at the most it is a very personal conversations apple said in a statement late yesterday it's suspending series grading globally well the company conducts a thorough review apple said it's committed to delivering a great Seery experience while protecting user privacy and said that one percent fewer than one percent of the queries were subject to grading and most were only a few seconds
"seery" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"State I really enjoyed my robo calls and we had we had one yesterday I am middle this show I I received a robocop mine was a little bit of a hybrid it wasn't just a robo call the the first part was a recorded social security this is security administration this is officer or whatever the hell or I and he was her name and press one and and you're so security numbers being using a very specific in South Texas fraudulently that was what the call was press one and you'll be able to talk to a social security inspector well I pressed one of course and some guy got on the phone and said this is officer blank blank blank with the Social Security Administration can I help you yeah my name's bill handle it's got one I'm worried sick and my god what's going on and I that's when I nailed him and I just had a good time you said can you give me the file number right you're looking at for my records and he told you something check number now you said well I don't have enough numbers right plug the show to him I should you know roughly right next right now anyway so this this rule just lets the FTC cracked down a little bit it's not just going to minimize the number I mean they're still gonna be able to do it it just it causes some loopholes and it allows phone companies more leeway to stop the robo calls so they're only going to go from a trillion quadrillion two ten less than that well you remember the controversy when it was revealed that some of your a searing voice commands were being sent to contractors to review to try to improve the series service at the problem was once in awhile Seery will be activated accidentally and now it's hearing things you didn't want to hear well apple said they're going to they're going to stop that for a while.
"seery" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And Muslims are there great hero Barack Obama when a sata Seery was gassing his own people people of color Muslims Obama did nothing zero when ISIS was slaughtering raping and enslaving people of color mostly Muslims others to what Obama do by mostly cut tellin rent I see I see any nobody accuses him of being a racist racist nobody kisses him of being anti Muslim do they yeah he shared many of the same views as TA leave an Omar when it comes to Israel Netanyahu and what I love Hispanics pouring into this country and their treatment in our detention center which party was it it took three positions in the course of eight years secure the border manufactured crisis open the border they finally settled on their political position in all involves exploitation this president and I didn't support him in this was willing a year ago or more to legalize and set on a course for citizenship one point two million illegal aliens the vast majority of whom our Hispanic he wanted to cut that deal with the Democrats but he wanted to secure the border he wanted walls too but the Democrats said no we can't have a wall we can't secure the border the influx must be unless is it a racist president we take one point two million illegal aliens and set them on the path to legalization eventually citizenship the set sound like a race of president here when the vast majority of them are Hispanic I am truly ashamed.