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Fresh update on "sergey" discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

04:45 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sergey" discussed on The Phinsider

"Or very winnable and the only spark that I could see in this offense and that you could see. Mendel Mendel strongest does that sound good jake strong. I don't know you predicted this. You said it was going to happen I don't really care that he's going Aaron Donald No. He's playing in the NFL. Now, all these guys are pretty damn big pretty damn strong, and if you get hit, you know any quarterback, it could be their day. So I will you know be pretty stoked jumps up hopefully does that Shawn Michaels kick thing where you know Shawn Michaels will get knocked over do like jump up and To is right back there. So I'm excited I think they'll entire dolphin fan base is excited. I know that was a long winded response. I. Didn't give you an answer but as far as an afford or even education grant I mean we know to. Or those quick slants getting the ball out quick making the right read. Kim Grant taken a quick slant. You know anytime he could take it to the house, and as you can hear, my daughter's a pretty frigging excited to. King fans up but. You don't hear about the same size him I think that's what it is. Sorry Sergey Kim I love you, man. But I probably Shoulda prop has patrick side of things sooner because you're you're directly You're spot on you know they. He was the guy to lead this rebuild. He is the guy who put a smile on our faces for two years. He was probably the most spun quarterback. The Miami Dolphins had in their twenty two cents Dan Marino just the way he cared himself the way he would kind of just always be laughing on the sidelines or losing by thirty two gum into the best of all the same fitzpatrick and it was really a treat to have and. I don't know if this is because of his twilight run but I mean, he was a the the ideal person haven't I don't want to sound like he's he's dying because it's certainly not the case is going to be the backup for the Miami Dolphins. But I mean one thought that went through my head that was a little concerning I really hope the. But interception isn't GONNA go down as one of the final plays for his career and I said, this is a have your cake and eat it too game because while Fitzpatrick threw three touchdowns against the jets I, want to say that he did not play well in the game arguing the worst player on the offense as I said previous pod. So it's just Something to kind of keep in mind that I felt this was a great opportunity for Fitzpatrick get one more chance. I think the dolphins have been leaving points on the board. No matter how good the offense has been. So I think there's certainly an opportunity there. It's glad to see fitzpatrick buying in its glad to cheering on the sideline and honestly I would not. Want any other quarterback there I would love to see become a coach for the Miami Dolphins in sometime in the future I, think that'd be a blast especially if he's offense like Chan, Gailey? I think that'd be incredible story in itself. I do also want to share that Ryan. Patrick provided perspective on paying it forward to Adam Schefter podcast late last month and. Of Rip it off the quote year Field Yates is one actually tweeted about three hours ago but I just think it kind of embodies what Patrick is a player as a person and why he was so great for this franchise and continues to be so great for this franchise. I think I've had such a great career in terms of people that I've met in the people that have helped me out along the way and just viewed as paying it forward a little bit and I've made enough mistakes for plenty of quarterbacks combined with the things. I've been able to do I, end it to be able to share those experiences the good and the bad with some of the young guys. If I could be a smart part of helping them in their career and making them play better than that's what makes it worth it for me I wouldn't be where I am right now if it wasn't for guys like Mark Burglar Gusts Farrah and Jimmy a guy like Carson Palmer really took time and helped me out when and went out of their way to make sure I had a chance to be. Successful. I think back to those years and those guys especially across in Palmer and the way that he affected my career even just being able to Zurve watch him every day I feel happy and privileged to be in the position that I'm in now to be able to pay it forward to some of Mike to and and Josh I want to get back into a but I just so cool. That's awesome. At you know whenever we talk down about players, obviously, we're talking about a game we're talking about football. We'd never mean any harm to anyone like that because a lot of these guys are just trying to make a living Patrick is been a genuinely awesome person and for the issues the the you know the Fitch Tragic I mean he makes it worth it. He is the type of guy that Things like the NFL are truly built on because those are the stories. It's not always about the team that wins the super bowl even though it's the New England patriots. It's about the guys like Patrick who one week is going to throw three interceptions in come out shirtless chest hair going everywhere because he just bawled out had four touchdown. The are really the week by week stories to make the NFL. So I agree I apologize sooner but we certainly have to tip that hat with Patrick. Yeah, don't apologize I mean this is time to embrace this whole to a time a lawyer, but I mean what Ryan Fitzpatrick has done I. Mean. It's beyond any of our expectations. No..

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Soyuz rocket reaches Space Station in record time

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

Soyuz rocket reaches Space Station in record time

"A Russian Soyuz rocket blasted off from Kazakhstan this morning and lift off Kate Reuben, Sergei Ryzhikov and Sergey Coots urge called now on their way to the international space station spent weeks in quarantine outside Moscow to avoid carrying the Corona virus to the space

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Fresh update on "sergey" discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

04:15 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sergey" discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

"We're getting Whatchamacallit this see the winner of the season was Nadine by lawyer who represented Austria in 2011. She was the yeti home. But yeah, I mean like Bulgaria France Germany, they've all had your vision alumni Russia's formats a little bit different. There was a clip that was floating around last year only from me of Sergey lazarev in this T-Rex costume that was kind of a T-Rex in the style of Barney the dinosaur so often. Yes, you sent me the clip. Yes, and yeah, he was singing Philip kirkorov song to Philip kirkorov. And yeah managed to completely fill the panel. It was really an adorable clip, but it was also just a very crazy costumes like no idea what's going on and like people recognize that you might recognize from National Finals or also popping up Tim from the Netherlands 2012 National selection was the last time the Netherlands did National selection. The only reason I remember him was because I remember there was like the hashtag Team that almost started trending because there was just some sort of disaster in his performance or it was either a disaster in his performance or like the performances were just so lopsided that it was like, oh Palm him but I'm glad that he managed to stick with music and find himself on the mask singer Erica vicman from this year's finished selection was off on the finished version of the show. And another contestant on The finished version was singer Pandora who doesn't have a direct Eurovision connection, but this is the second time that she has come off the show because she sued scooch for plagiarism because of flying the flag. Oh, so just like we've hit like the to obligatory things that we have to mention on the show now, which is which is bucks Fizz and scooch. Yeah. Yeah, and it's just your vision is flat circle. So, but please mark that off on your bingo club. Everyone. Mhm. Yeah, so and then like there are upcoming versions that are going to feature your vision. Alumni Samantha. Gina is going to be on the on the judging panel in Latvia leads from work. She has oh, yes. Yeah, which I cannot I would need for that. I need to figure out how to incorporate that into my life. Yeah. I'm the lead singer from the group is going to be on the Lithuanian panel Sweden their version man's and pernilla are both going to be on the judging panel and really the Swedish one. That one may be worth trying to track down cuz it's like, oh, I might actually have a shot at trying to guess some of the at least some of this thing to be so many male Fest people. I am ready to go. Yes. Yes, so that'll be a lot of fun and Australia also recently finished their second season, and they had to your vision alumni in their caste. Isaiah firebrace was The Wizard and Thursday. If I key was the runner-up as the queen and we thought it might be fun to kind of get a little bit more perspective on the Australian version with the global domination of old program. I wanted to just see how how are other countries receiving this program and also just like what sort of regional differences there are cuz like I know with the author's the Austrian not Australian the Austrian version like that one is actually like done by audience vote and it's a live or live Phish show off. Whereas like the US version is u.s. In one week in August. Yeah in voting happens. But yeah, does it yeah. Yeah. So but we want we want to get a little more perspective. So we reached out to our friends over at the Ozzy Vision podcast and chatted with Mike about how the Australian version works. Hey, Mike. Hey guys. Are we doing good? How are you doing? Thank you. Thank you for joining us on this very very silly discussion..

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Russian-US crew launches on fast track to the space station

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

Russian-US crew launches on fast track to the space station

"There's a space crew out there now trying to cut his commute time in half. Launching to the International space Station this morning with a fast track maneuver that cuts the travel time from 6 to 3 hours. 321. And lift off Kate, Reuben, Sergey Rich Yakov and Sergey codes. Birch called now on their way to the international space Station, the latest in a chain that spans almost 20 years of continuous human presence in space. This space crew includes NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and two members of the Russian space Agency. I heard equipment for yesterday, talking about how she is voting from space. Electronically, she says. If you can do it, no reason we can't do it back on Earth. All three spend weeks in quarantine to avoid any threat from the Corona virus. All right, they've cut the travel time for the space station in half

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Fresh update on "sergey" discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:47 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sergey" discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"My favorite websites portfolio visualize or something I recommend everyone you can play with all kinds of back tested portfolio and even do some withdrawal rate staff and we all know how I love were thrall rate information in retirement so. Nineteen seventy-two. large-caps have returned ten point, three percent small caps eleven point four percent, and you may think that one percentage point not that big of a difference. If you invested ten thousand dollars in Nineteen, seventy, two in large-caps, you'd have one point, two million. Ten thousand dollars in small caps. One point nine million. So just that one percentage point more a year or so made you seven hundred thousand dollars to add up as my as Father Guido Sergey said it can add up exactly. Okay. So that's the longest term. Last, ten years in particular last five years not doing so well, small caps actually underperforming large-caps almost four or five percent a year. So bill man what's going on with small-cap Stocks I mean small caps of actually performed rather. Well, you are up against right now perhaps the best performance stretch you have ever seen in the markets with the largest component and you can think about the companies you can think about why the the The twenty, twenty, five percent of the S. and P. Five hundred right now is made up of Amazon Apple Microsoft. Net. flicks the Fang stocks basically Google. Twenty. Five percent of it and these have very high capital returns and very an are almost unbelievably profitable. So that's what you're up against. The magic about the S. and P. Five hundred or any index or any stock is that is that you when you are evaluating it, you can only buy it from today. So you're talking about companies that are combined five trillion dollars almost six trillion dollars in market cap, which just to set a little bit of you know set a little scale around it. It's bigger than China. That's bigger than the GDP of China with those those companies alone. It's a hard argument to make that they are going to continue to to grow larger than the US. GDP over time because eventually they would overtake GDP. So there is a natural logic that you would want to look towards the companies that are smaller that are lower evaluation and by that I mean both in size. And then also in the fact that. The S. and P., five hundred is at this point rather historically expensive. In terms of in terms of return, you should be able to expect..

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The Pixel 4a is coming

The Vergecast

06:08 min | 2 months ago

The Pixel 4a is coming

"We just had soon are on the show. Was it two months ago? And we're like what's up pixels and he like we gotta make him. Good. Did he make him good. I mean he made he made one one. Good. So the Pixel for a has been announced and released viewed it bunch of a tear. Actually, the podcast of used one but because the Pixel for is late and we can talk about why it is really close to when we're assuming the pixel five is gonNA come out. So Google is like you know what? Yeah, we're making a pixel five. It'll be out here this fall also there's GonNa be a pixel for a five G. 'cause you know that's what you want. So they just announced all three phones at once just Bam per year of you reviewed the. We've not seen photos of the five. We have seen various and confusing leaks all summer and Chris you might actually have a better handle around this afar but a bunch of the early leaks for like this must be the pixel five. Am It's like well, no, there's actually the probably the pixel for five G. now, and then there's more yet more internal documents, even more pixels at a foldable pixel like later on down the line like it's a fiasco in Pixel rumor land. Super. Confusing I mean they had that league. I think it was last month there was a phone. It looks just like the four day but they said it was the five and people weren't sure. But then it seems like they might get rid of their face ID clone which I really actually liked on the pixel of four like to just walk away from that the thumb reader but I mean, yeah, no one's really quite sure it's going to look like even the four five G. might have new specs or a bigger screen or who knows who knows what the story is I mean it's there's there's just always confusion about what's GonNa Happen is GonNa have brightly colored plastic rectangle smug s Yes The four as a decidedly, not brightly colored plastic rectangle. Four, you reviewed it. So the big big new innovation in the Pixel Foray is they dropped fifty bucks off the price. So it to three hundred, fifty dollars, which is. Pretty big. It's a pretty big deal It's a hundred bucks less than these storage equivalent iphone se. To get one I WANNA see one, hundred, twenty, eight gigs and they just like. Got Everything as good as you can probably get it on a three hundred, fifty dollar phone like I. Wish it had a faster processor but we live in a world of android where qualcomm. If you want to get a good qualcomm processor, you gotta spend way too much money. So I got like, okay one that's got a pretty solid screen. It's it's got a hole punch. It's got the Pixel camera a Becca actually pointed out to me when we were talking to them, she asked if it had was the sensor Becca three sixty three. Yeah. Same Sensor as. The Pixel four and the Pixel three and the Pixel three they've been using literally like the exact same camera stack for like two years now. So it's great. It makes takes rate photos but they haven't pushed it much. I would love it. If you could select your software tuning on the Pixel who right if you buy a pixel for and like make this shit, look like the Pixel two that would make me very happy because I thought the Pixel two looked it was the most contrast in the most dramatic and they have veered towards looking more like the overtime. But I wish. I. Could just be like go back to that look I love that look the best because if they're using the same hardware, they should give you the choices software, right? Everyone is just looking at me like. I mean it's like it's like saying you should just get your choice of. Clutch on your Mustang like it gets tied. The thing. Okay. Versus automatic. Put Your Ninety seven clutch in Twenty fifteen I mean you don't WanNa do that but you can be retune in anyway. Keep going the pixel for we're not gonNA talk about mustangs fingerprint sensor on the back. It works great. It's got a headphone Jack. because. Apparently low and phones are the only phone's headphone Jacks Anymore Beca you holding one right now you're holding. I'm holding one right now and what I'll have to say about this is that I love this thing like it gave me everything I like about phones in twenty twenty like a big screen and it's slim and the batteries diesen but it kept the things that I also love about previous cones that I love a fingerprint sensor like a one on the back and I love a headphone Jack and I love the Pixel camera in its three hundred and fifty dollars, which is a pretty good pricing twenty twenty for a brand new phone. There's this. There's this meme out there. For him but like there's this idea out there that like Google was bored with android in the pixels reflection of its board on this phone feel like they're bored with it. Now I'm bored with Andrew. Debut. The one new features accessibility feature for software a IT'll do real time captioning phone calls but it doesn't record them and it doesn't put them on the Internet. So don't have your conspiracy theories thrown at me Breitbart. They wrote it up terribly anyway So that's like the one thing but that's coming other pixels. It's just like Google. So committed to keeping the pixel software like really clean and basic relative to the madness that happens on every other android phone that it can feel a little bit boring and their decision to be really like understated with their design. I think it's like they've got they've. got a little bit too far. It's been like, no, no this is this is the the android phone that isn't flashy. It's just like a phone and after a while like that message gets through that like. Made a phone. Okay. Like they want it to be utilitarian to the point where it's like become a little bit boring. Thank you. Go. Has has been so long burned by Sergey Brin. Coming into Google glass event. On a hang glider. That's a real thing that happened they. US In like one of the founders landed on sage on a hang glider glass is the future and that was their last big attempt to be splashy. In it completely backfired like in every possible way

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"sergey" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"I think what's really happening in those settings is that the system doesn't actually live in our world lose its own world that consists of pixels in English sentences and doesn't actually consist of like you know having to put on a fur coat in the winter so you don't get cold. So. Perhaps, the the reason for the disconnect is that the. Systems that we have now simply habit a different universe, and if we build AI systems that are forced to deal with all of the messing complexity of our universe, maybe they will have to acquire commonsense to essentially maximize their utility whereas the systems were building now. That they can take some short. This fascinating, you've had a couple of times already to reframe the role of robotics in this whole thing, and I for some reason I don't know a my way of thinking is common. But I thought like we need to understand solve intelligence in order to solve robotics. And you're kind of framing it as no robotics is one of the best ways to just study artificial intelligence and build sort of like robotics is like the right space in which you. Get to explore some of the fundamental learning mechanisms, fundamental sort of multi-modal multi task. Aggregation of knowledge mechanisms that are required for journal, intelligence is really. Interesting way to think about boom. Ask what learning? Can the general also robotics? The pity me of the robotics problem be solved purely through learning perhaps and to learning. Sort of learning, from scratch. As. Opposed to injecting human expertise and rules and curious six and so on. I think that in terms of the spirit of the question I I would say, yes, I mean I think that though in some ways, it's maybe like An. Overly sharp. They caught him me like you know i. think that in some ways when we build algorithms, we you know. At some point, a person does something like, yeah. There's always person's turned on the computer person You know implemented tensor flow. But yeah. I think that in terms of in terms of the point that you're getting at I, think the answer is, yes. I. Think that I think that we can solve many problems that previously required meticulous manual engineering through automated optimization techniques and actually one thing I will say on this topic is I don't think this is actually a very radical, very new idea I think people have have been thinking about automated optimization techniques as a way to control for a very, very long time and. In some ways, what's changed is really more name. So you know today would say that Oh, my robot does machine learning reinforcement learning. Maybe in the nineteen sixties, you'd say, Oh, my robots doing optimal control. And maybe the difference between typing out a system of differential equations and doing feedback linear. Versus training a neural net. It's not such a large difference. It's just You know pushing the optimization deeper and deeper into the thing. Were issue. But with D. especially with deep learning that the accumulation of experiences in data form to form deep representations starts to feel like knowledge as opposed to our optimal control. This feels like there's an accumulation of knowledge to the learning process. Yes. Yeah. So I think that is a good point One big difference between learning based systems and classic often control systems as that learning based systems and principal should get better and better. The more they do something and and I do think that that's actually a very, very powerful difference. So look back at the world of expert systems is symbolic ai and so on of using logic to accumulate. Expertise human. Expertise. Human Coda expertise or do you think that.

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Tech businesses wary of moves to bar brainy immigrants

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:20 min | 5 months ago

Tech businesses wary of moves to bar brainy immigrants

"An executive order last month temporarily suspending the approval of some green cards many in the tech industry pushed back hard. The sixty days suspension does not apply to h. One B. B.'s. `As the visas for high skilled workers that tech companies often used to bring in engineers and other employees but this ETA the big lobbying and Trade Association for the Tech Industry says immigrants have founded some of the country's biggest tech companies. They've contributed to the startup innovation economy in the US and said that if these restrictions go on or get expanded it will hurt the country's ability to compete. Michael Patrick own is the senior vice president of government relations for the CPA. It's huge issue for us. Immigrants and their children have founded forty five percent of the US fortune five hundred companies and that includes tech companies like Intel Amazon. Google and Apple Steve Jobs as father came from Syria. Andy Grove of Intel came from Hungary and Sergey Brin came from Russia. Jeff Bezos is father came from Cuba. Imagine how different our country would be. We'd closed our doors to those immigrants the order it doesn't affect workers who enter the US on H. One B. Visa which is used by many tech companies to bring in workers. But you're still worried just across the board. We have heard rumors that the administration is going to be addressing and putting limitations on h. One B. Visas next. That may something they're considering the near future and we think that would be a mistake. Got It and so the concern not is not just about this existing order which is for sixty days but the idea that down the road the tech sector could be actively hurt by ongoing restrictions will. Yeah I mean it is and also bear in mind. This is a competitive marketplace the the marketplace for the world's smartest people as competitive so of. Immigrants. Don't come here. You're going to go someplace else. They're going to go someplace like Canada. I mean for a long time there was a billboard highway one and it said something like immigration problems. Come TO CANADA. We have a new STARTUP VISA. You've got these. Other countries that are embracing skilled emigrants like programmers and engineers entrepreneurs at the same time the US tightening its borders and these countries these workers create businesses and generate jobs for locals. These immigrants that ends up another country is a win for that country at a loss for us. Is there any argument for the restriction? I mean I know that you know there probably will be people who agree with the president and say America should be first in line for jobs if we have thirty percent unemployment. Well the point is that immigrants. Come here and they create jobs right. It's not like there's a fixed number of jobs to be. Had they come here. They create companies. They create jobs and they hire Americans so immigrants are there a crucial part of our nation's economy and the tech industry. And that's especially true today. Right look around. Immigrants are helping respond to the pan-demic in research. It in AI. In Food Supply. And then as as we come out of the pandemic we're going to need to innovate as never before. We need immigrants and the world's best minds to be part of the process.

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Documents show FBI debated how to handle investigation of Michael Flynn

WBBM Morning News

07:04 min | 6 months ago

Documents show FBI debated how to handle investigation of Michael Flynn

"Documents relating to the prosecution of former national security adviser Michael Flynn more unsealed Wednesday that includes hand written notes from his interview with the FBI the retired lieutenant general pleaded guilty in December to lying to the agency afterwards Attorney General William Barr ordered a probe into the handling of the case in a court filing last week Flynn's attorney claimed the unsealed documents prove the FBI suppressed evidence CBS news senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has been pouring over those documents and she joins me now welcome Catherine first off could you remind us of the backstory I'm general Flynn's case and how we got here sure is great to be with you this evening I haven't seen you for a while so it is good to be a part of the conversation again so so general Flynn general Flynn was a national security adviser for then candidate trump and then he transitioned to the the national security adviser for a very limited period at the start of the administration it was about a month he resigned and he ultimately pleaded guilty to lying to FBI investigators about his contacts with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and over the next three years there's been this tension between whether Flynn will be sentenced to prison time for a violation of what's called eighteen USC a thousand once a lying to federal agents but then some of the twisting turning this is that general Flynn sought to withdraw his plea on on the basis that he didn't have all of the evidence that the government was required to provide to his defense team and then he also alleged that he was pressured into this guilty plea in part because he was trying to shield or protect his son from prosecution and we're where we are today because Attorney General bill bark task a U. S. attorney outside of Washington DC to do a review of the planned criminal case and it's just Pacific we look at whether the government had what's called there are three requirements so the government had provided all the records to plan that might be helpful in his defense and in the last few days some of these records have now been presented to a federal court and as you mentioned on Wednesday they were just unsealed and we're learning new things about this plan interview with the FBI on January twenty fourth twenty seventeen and how did these records should calm to be unsealed and how significant are they Catherine well it really began a couple months ago when this U. S. attorney Jeffrey Jensen in the Eastern District of Missouri was directed by the Attorney General to go back and look at the screen case to see if records may be helpful to plan that had not been provided and what you're seeing right now is a transcript of what I think is the most newsworthy elements of these records and it's these hand written notes they're so feed it they're very hard to read and based on the court record today they've been enhanced so people could develop a transcript and based on the notations these notes were taken on the same day that general Flynn was interviewed by the FBI and the part of those notes Tonya that's going to get the most attention is a section that comes under the heading up afterwards and it says what is our goal truth admission or to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired and we don't know who the author is of these notes but that's pretty loaded language from people within the FBI whose job it was at that time to investigate whether Flynn had lied about these contacts with the Russian ambassador indeed SO Catherine what does all this mean politically that right sh you know it seems like it's sort of way down the rabbit hole in a lot of ways because of a detailed by one of these documents at least suggest is that there was a discussion among senior people within the FBI about what their objective was misleading case was that to investigate and ultimately find the facts of what happened or is these records say to get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired and swim is trying to withdraw his will guilty plea at this time so this would be evidence that would be supportive of his position that he didn't have all the records in front of him and make that knowledgeable decision to plead guilty but I think there's also a broader audience here which is the president of the United States and if you've been following the Twitter traffic she's certainly very engaged by saying that in the most conservative terms he's been very engaged on the subject and what he would ultimately see as maybe more evidence that when she alternately be pardon but that's just speculation on my on my but it certainly raises that question right that was gonna be my next question to you as to whether these new records seem to increase that likelihood that perhaps president trump could end up pardoning general flan I guess again like you said we have no idea what the president's intentions are but it would it seem to the intent to weigh the balance a little bit towards that side well what I what I can say is that the records that were unsealed on Wednesday discussing whether the objective was finding the truth or creating a scenario where he could be fired or prosecuted this is just the beginning based on my reporting here at CBS news I understand that more records are now being presented to the federal court they will also be under seal and we'll say see a similar process where there is an effort to unseal these records and I don't think you can draw too sharp a line under this point in particular which is that the justice department and the Attorney General sided with planes defense team and agreed that these records should be public so that the American people could wait on for themselves so that's unusual when you have two adversarial parties agreeing to unseal records that could be very helpful to the defendant and based on my reporting the Attorney General with the tasking to the U. S. attorney in Missouri and now the unsealing of these records has really been a driving force behind this and more records are to call right well certainly seems at least in the small baby steps things may be going in in general Flynn's way in his direction all right what happened Harris thank you so much for joining us really fascinating stuff and great reporting as

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Using Algae to Fight Deceases (including COVID-19)

AlgaTalk

06:46 min | 6 months ago

Using Algae to Fight Deceases (including COVID-19)

"We all know that during this covert nineteen period. Edible algae whether it's macro algae like seaweed or micro algae like spirulina that algae can help boost your immune system and even some research has shown that red algae profile can help you defend against the corona virus and in connection with how algae can keep us healthy on this episode. I interview a owlry end from trans algae and Israeli company. That may find that. You're using algae but that is only part of the innovation that trans algae has created and without further. Ado here is algae a savior for humanity. My name is. I'm the Business Development fulltime Sergey quite new into company. Come FROM TECHNOLOGY. I have it'd be a CNBC from the Hebrew. Unit doesn't from the Faculty and ahead an MBA from hyphen. In my background. I served in companies such as ICL hyphen because adult stocked on a Adama. All of them are global companies working in the Arctic seeing providing from different chemicals like pesticides down to two thirty. I'm involved in two major aspects. One is the business development meaning extending our activity outside collaborations with different companies different circles the candelabra on and also invoking the fundraising process and bringing more value to their companies from outside investment. So you you've been dealing with The agricultural sector for more than twenty years. And how long have you started with the Trans Algae? I'm quite new. So it's coming to massive free monster that I'm already over there but Been Mind that might progress position I served as VP of commercial development says marketing different companies before them song bringing a quite right and then it's a very good sign for trans algae that they're hiring new people that are trying to go around the world to try invite investment for you the product that you guys serve which is using algae for human farmer that. I read animal health and Crop Protection. All of that is very interesting and of course the reason why I kind of have you on is 'cause recently. There was an article about trans. Algae is trying to develop a using the algae platform that you guys use to be able to give vaccines to people of wine. The Corona virus vaccine comes out. That's why I think it's it's very interesting right now but we'll get to that later so talking about how you guys are using algae right now you guys have been using it so far in animal health using it to give vaccines to animals and can you just explain to me how you guys actually do that. How are you guys using algae using algae to make into a capsule or? Are you guys actually using some kind of genetics? The algae to introduce the vaccine the major essences to utilize to honest the scene to menace. I is it's a production sites. Let's say very similar to a production sites like he's all viruses and I'll explain what we have done over. During the to improve the low potential for Algiers it exists in nature. And the more important thing is that we use utilize the algae as a delivery system. Imagine yourself that currently in the animal health you know the to vaccinate at broad the amount of animals whether it is it fish in the pond. Say chickens like it's a swine that counts for one hundred to two hundred thousand individuals today to current vaccination is Involving animal meaning in fishing into sedate deficient other to take them one by one injecting chickens. It's the same swine and so on and so on. We are offering because the algae itself he's in at the Substance IT CAN BE UTILIZED TO DELIVER BILL ANYMORE OF INTEREST. That could be grow phone. That could be a protein that we'd be at generating anymore reaction and he could be enzymes of all I. We are using the as a carrier for the molecule of interest. Now when we talk we talk about the vaccinations. Obviously that's that's has a lot of advantages again compared to what injection? But you need to make sure that the specimen in a successful way redoubt anything relation of the multiple of it was put it. They just insistent. So that's that's not a trivial idea. Obviously we are. Harnessing sound physiological. Carta six of the in order to create what we call buying up solution which protects STI carried the protein. Okay Peptide we've ended so it would be able to sustain the area. Acidic conditions in the digestive system reached the absorption area where it can be as successful into the blood system and then to get anyone system. And we'll be finding afterwards antigens by the the blood of the animal and Giving it demon system so the algae itself being not only at Production Seifoleslam delivery system measures to vaccinate Pondo mediums fish inside the way to do it today as I said it's sedate efficient then injected by each one of them today. What we do we can take the right dosage spreading based on the amount officials existing the and once the algae's in or by the fish imitates three during the one reaction and then you have the whole population of fishing on the vaccinated in a very simple very quick and very and less much less costly than get same. Goes for shrimps Single swine full chickens and other animals. You guys feed it like algae like as if you just added like the food supplement into the feed right correct. If it's fish we can spread it as is all we can incorporate it into the feed system of the fish is chickens to sing. Swipe you just incorporate the right dosage into the feeling system and then once it's been eaten immediately I molecules which are getting food there. They just insistent going to the absorption reaching the blood. Circle are immediately intriguing Damon system and then we get the animal vaccinating. Very invasive not came and much much less than fifty.

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Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

"With the clock ticking down toward the expiration of the last active arms control deal between the United States and Russia secretary of state Mike Pompeii and Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov discussed the next steps in the bilateral strategic security dialogue on Friday the pact known as the new start arms control treaty was signed in twenty ten by U. S. president Barack Obama and Russian president Dmitry Medvedev the treaty limits each country to no more than fifteen hundred fifty deployed nuclear warheads and seven hundred deployed missiles and bombers it expires in February twenty twenty one Mike Crossey up Washington

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Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting secretary of state Mike Pompeii and Russia's foreign minister discussed arms control and other issues Friday with the clock ticking down toward the expiration of the last active arms control deal between the United States and Russia secretary of state Mike Pompeii and Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov discussed the next steps in the bilateral strategic security dialogue on Friday the pact known as the new start arms control treaty was signed in twenty ten by U. S. president Barack Obama and Russian president Dmitry Medvedev the treaty limits each country to no more than fifteen hundred fifty deployed nuclear warheads and seven hundred deployed missiles and bombers it expires in February twenty ten micron CEO Washington

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Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Top US and Russian diplomats discuss arms control

"With the clock ticking down toward the expiration of the last active arms control deal between the United States and Russia secretary of state Mike Pompeii and Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov discussed the next steps in the bilateral strategic security dialogue on Friday the pact known as the new start arms control treaty was signed in twenty ten by U. S. president Barack Obama and Russian president Dmitry Medvedev the treaty limits each country to no more than fifteen hundred fifty deployed nuclear warheads and seven hundred deployed missiles and bombers it expires in February twenty ten micron CEO Washington

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Controlling the Activity of Cell and Gene Therapies with Precision

The Bio Report

09:04 min | 6 months ago

Controlling the Activity of Cell and Gene Therapies with Precision

"One of the challenges selling gene therapies pose is how to control how much and when a desired protein is delivered. Obsidian therapeutics has developed a platform that allows a small molecule drug to control with precision the and level of protein expression from these therapies. We spoke to Paul Wotton. Ceo of obsidian Therapeutics about the company's platform technology. How it works. And how it may improve the safety and efficacy of cell and gene therapies. Paul facts for joining us. Pleasure to be here. We're GONNA talk about obsidian its platform for creating controllable cell and gene therapies and the implications of this technology. We've seen the emergence Cell gene therapies in recent years particularly in the area of cats are. This is come in the form of Cartesian therapies. What would you say? The challenges these therapies face today. Well I think the challenge which we've identified and addressing at Obsidian is really about how to provide physician control over both cell and gene therapies and That would include card Z's so today if you get a prescription from a physician you go to the pharmacy and you get a prescription that is written for a particular drug Given that particular those in terms of quantity and then taken once a day for example when you get a gene therapy The physician that she doesn't know precisely what those is. GonNa take the facts and more importantly conradi control it will I need to do is to be able to provide Precision control over both selling gene therapies and their ability to express proteins by using what we call signs of drives here at Obsidian. Well obsidian platform allows the physician to control the the expression of protein and terms of the clinical studies behind these therapies. How much of a therapeutic range is it? Is it a safety issue an issue so The very question the technology itself was derived from a platform that was invented at Stanford University Cocco professor homeless. And and what we do is we were able to instruct cells to produce what we call truck responsive domains refused to proteins of interest and those truck responsive Mainz then controlled by the Ministry of a small molecule drugs and the expression of the protein is directly proportional to those of the small molecule. Drunkenness given those little molecule truck that we moving into the clinic Cuidad cells in the next eighteen to twenty. Four months is actually a drug test. It's very safe. Drug Sweat established it was originally approved for using humans in the nineteen fifties. So it's very whether stop this track record. Today is used to treat altitude sickness in some people. So we're GONNA use that as a truck that we control protein expression with using technology. The most thing about this drug is very wide dose range. So there's a lot of points on the dial that will enable us to provide precise dosing of sides of cons and proteins For both so I'm gene therapies. So how does this work? You just attaching a receptor to the south as if that's a great question so what we do. Is We genetically engineer? So manufacture a fusion protein in actual fact and that season protein is structured in such a way with the cell produces all the time but it started in such a way that against concert off to the precious time in the cell and which is effectively the sort of sash container within a cell recognizes proteins to the slightly misspelled it and when we give a small molecule drug. Su Hyphen talks to sell. We'll happens is drug responsive to Maine on that fusion protein changes its structure and that means now that the frozen does not get carted off to the proteas son and plenty the road. We can control the amount of drug This given into the system also means we control the amount of protein that does not get off to the concept of the process. That's why we can vary the level and also the timing of which proteins are expressed by by cells. Are you able to use the same drug across targets or does the particular protein? You're trying to act on affect the drunk. You can use for that domain. Actually the technology now is that we can control Multiple proteins using this one single truck. We have also develops The technology using different drugs that we like you said there's all the reasons I mentioned earlier that we've been able to control of variety of proteins from membrane bound proteins overweight through to transcription factors which can produce. Proteins can be secreted by cells. So we really have found dates approacing that we haven't been able to regulate now using a substance and this was a breakthrough company about twelve months ago identifying that particular drug and the associated. We'll be their main roads alongside it in order to be able to control protein expression of numerous sites. Kind things I'll to I l fifteen. I'll twelve as well as various transcription factors. We worked on this well. How precise actually riddick sergey have precisely? Are you able to control a gene or cell therapy with this approach? Actually that's amazing precision because the approach that she looks at the protein expression in response to those of the drug that follows the type of ESCA that you've signed with a typical pharmacology experiment from decades ago. Which is very well defined. So we've been able to really regulate expression in terms of quantity Very effectively and also the timing of it can be controlled tightly as well. Typically control protein expression. I want to remove the drug because back down to normal levels within six to hours. And can you fully modulate the activity with this approach? Can you up and down regulated or shut it off it will? Yeah that's that's your question Nelson's both so The you mentioned a military things like kill switches for protein expression We don't have just an on off switch but it is also nothing down switches. Well so the more drug you would actually give it to somebody. The more of the sexes logic. Here's somebody for example The mall protein expression you get as a result and so those dependent way of being able to control protein expression and to my knowledge. There isn't another system out there that she's able to do that. There are companies using synthetic biology to kind of do the same thing as a synthetic biology approach. This is definitely that policy platform that we have here. It's one. That is interesting for me to come into the stage Mike Trick. I grew up in the small molecule world initially and Gravitas talks by attack was saying today is really a fusion of traditional small molecule pharmacokinetics combined with tossing edge technology in biology which is where the industry is heading.

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Economic impact of coronavirus outbreak deepens

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:56 min | 8 months ago

Economic impact of coronavirus outbreak deepens

"Ever gonna get right back to David Goldman now he's a columnist for the Asia times joining us to talk about the coronavirus of course what it means for markets what it means for the economy and you do that I must say I find myself working between yes you know it'll be it has to be temporary because will they'll they'll get last sued right but I and then we'll market will come back and it will be as bad as we thought and thinking everyone's been over I'm just me underplaying this particularly now as we look at the rest of the world who was you mean you noted earlier you know there's a lot of surveillance in China maybe it'll be easier to get some things going but you don't have similar patterns or is that what I say structures in place to deal with it in the same way in other countries which we're seeing it in recurring in more and more okay the last time I spoke to Bloomberg I urge people to buy the dip in the jet as been a spectacular purchase particularly in Chinese tech companies they they basically were candles are old highs that was the classic hedge fund trading everybody did it at this point we're dealing with so many unknowns that I think taking out hedges is the best thing to do the traditional hedges like the Japanese yen have ceased to act that way because the Japanese economy is particularly vulnerable to the virus so the end has given up that role and the only quality currency that acts as an effective head in this situation is gold so gold is a must as a portfolio had one goal so obviously by long term bonds which should be traded no more or less similarly to gold as well until we know what the extent of the spread is is capping the saying we're going to have appeared at such speed bumps in the market there's also the option of looking for companies that are not so affected and and maybe would even benefit looking at the text fear in China you could compare say ten cent Ali Baba Ali Baba could be getting hurt in one sense Tencent maybe not so much are you doing that or you just sticking with as you mentioned golden and silver and other top ten cents is a long term portfolio holding which I think everybody should have Chinese is sitting at home playing live streaming game play a lot of them can't go out so tense that is extremely well only Baba which depends on physical delivery has not performed as well and obviously the biomedical Sears a potential winner in any kind of a pandemic sadly but for the most part I think it's really a time to be cautious builder hedges and simply watch the rise and to get more information because we're in a situation we've never been in before and I've been in markets for forty years none of the previous experience that I have it brings to it has bearing on what we're looking at now is it just one jumping coming around shortly what what do you what do you look for actually because you know we look at the number of infections in China the top and then they started to head down we thought okay that's the key but turned out not to be so when you watch most carefully we have to see what the viruses containable outside China we have to look at Italy South Korea Iran and even England well so if you go back to China even though okay quite apart from an appeal could contain the virus are we we just had a guessing people are going back to work and then we have stories about people not going back to work yet Sergey on Bloomberg and a traffic story today on Bloomberg saying how there are going to be millions of Chinese firms facing collapse of banks don't act fast all the small medium sized business so important the Chinese economy right people jobs they support president xi with things are good and those people are in trouble they can get help Kathleen if marriage racket was willing to use it the suit could revive the European economy xi Jinping will use atomic weapons there is no limit to which the people's bank of China and the Chinese authorities will not go to keep firms in business to keep people employed and prevent the coronavirus and turning into a financial crisis and there's these yeah I stuck with more targeted measures of late do you expect this sort of big blast anytime soon I expect and directed to go out to all the banks in China saying that you will extend to bones as much as you have to resent bankruptcies that are occasioned by the temperate conditions of the virus academic academic principles quickly like ten seconds if this can't be contained outside of China is this the big stock market correction coming that's definitely a possibility okay in less than ten seconds Brian I love that Stephen Colbert thank you so very much for joining us and sharing your thoughts

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Alphabet gives up on ambitious energy-generating kite project

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Alphabet gives up on ambitious energy-generating kite project

"One of alphabets blue sky projects is no longer flying company announced it's pulling the plug on its Makani wind energy cut project saying that while the company has made advancements in demonstrating utility scale energy kites the business model has been a challenge and the road to commercialization is longer and riskier than hoped for it's the first project from alpha bits experimental X. labs to be terminated since Google co founders Larry page and Sergey Brin stepped aside as leaders at the end of twenty

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Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:49 min | 8 months ago

Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

"In Britain a cabinet reshuffle. When the prime minister reorganizes the key figures around him or herself can be dramatic messy even humiliating but most expected. Boris Johnson's first major reorganization. Yesterday would be modest. The economists prediction the night of the short knives. Instead there was an unexpected moment of high drama from such Javid the Chancellor of the Exchequer the Treasury Secretary and Keeper of the National Budget. He resigned coming out. Mr Java might have stayed but he would have had to fire all of his own advisers and replace them with a team appointed by prime minister. Boris Johnson and his chief aide Dominic. Cummings I don't believe any self respected minister would accept such conditions and so therefore I thought the best thing to do was to go in addition to a shakeup in other departments yesterday's people represents a significant erosion of the Treasury's independence. A cabinet reshuffle starts with those ministers. Who are going to be ousted being told by the prime minister that their services may not be required and mckelway a senior editor of the Economist and frequent hunter of Westminster's halls of power. And then those who will get the jobs Invited in one by one and if you remember the fear of being cooled into the head study when you were school I think it feels a bit like that even for seasoned menaces that walk of delight or shame up Downing Street who Press Bank of cameras watching. You can't be an easy one and Mr Java's walkout of that look Saya Javard. The now ex chancellor looked actually pretty confident. Think he was making a point that he was not prepared to take the deal on the terms that was offered by the prime minister. This was such a clash and seems to have taken place will come to a head so quickly that he was. I'm out of here and that was the walk. So the deal that was on offer was that she could stick around only if he basically got rid of his whole team. Why why was that? The deal that was on the table. Boris Johnson elected with a big majority very frustrated. I think in the last parliament by not being able to get on with the business of government as he wants to shape. It fell the Chancellor and the chancellor's team was somewhat in the way so having guaranteed to Mr Jovi that he would keep his job very publicly The end of last year he said well you can keep it. But you can't have this team of advisers around you and I think the underlying tension there is that they had different views about spending. They had different views about some curious of economic policy and that Boris Johnson was affectively. Trying to grab hold of the decision making process. If you don't have your advisers is very hard to put together a strong policy. Perspective could differ from number TANS. Mr Javert Simi said no you lost one adviser on the whim of Downing Street's he wasn't going to lose anymore and I think that will as the store that goes back as he say. So you say this. This was openly down to differences overspending economic policy. How so sergey of it comes from traditional you might call austerity light. He would accept some listening of the course on spending but he would still. I think want some constraint and you would see some risk in splurging splashing the cash. I think Boris Johnson thinks that everything is really changed. He's got this big majority. He can take more risks and the austerity years really needs to be put behind him and he wants to spend money particularly on the north of England in in the places where the Conservatives have made gains because he thinks that will nail down those gains and keep him in power for longer. Vaz's being around that is bubbled between the two of them. The danger here is that the treasury and number ten being too closely aligned has some risks of its own in prime ministers are more interested in short-term political goals rather than longterm fiscal ones and that balances often being a bit up and down in British Political System. And there's often been a bit of a competition but in this example it's happened. Very brutally very swiftly. The power has moved to one end of the soul to Boris. Johnson's view as has happened before with Mister Johnson. There's a lot of talk about the the power dynamic between him and his chief. Aides Dominic Cummings the Some would say power behind the throne. What does this episode to tell you about that dominate Cummings sometimes called the dark Lord around Westminster only home for Jokes? I think is very powerful. Figure had also clashed with Mr. Jarve it I think this decision to be so tough on the chance. That was primarily the prime minister's probably driven on Egged on by his adviser. They've been other arguments. That Dominic Cummings has lost recently so as power is not absolute. But I think if. Boris Johnson Dominic Cummings have a vision of direction? They want government to go. You put yourself in great dangerous administer. If you lie down in the road they will seem irrelevant. You so is that to say then that will end up with the government that is entirely made up of of loyalists of of yes. Men of people living in fear. I'm not sure that will also be yes. Men and women. But it's very clear that you kind of have to get behind the Boris vision of what is important and what is less important. Has He left enough room for independent advice. And for those who think of it differently. Omay send up a warning message. Things that could go wrong. I think that is the great risk. That he's taken here with essentials ation of power over the key decisions which brings us neatly onto Mr Chavez. Replacement. Help Tony me more about him. Richie soon act mid thirty s very trusted by Boris Johnson. Dominic Cummings but also the very interesting backstory is. He has also got a absolutely classic Oxford to banking seavy but as a small boy. He helped his mother who run a pharmacy to to do the adding open and the accounts. He's very good and gifted with numbers that you could say is pretty good going for chancellor always the case it would be. I think unfair to say to someone who's very far already in life and politics. He's only there is a naughty dog. The difference is the constraints are drawn. A kind of course it has been placed the work that he can do the budget's due in four weeks time. We don't know whether it's going to go ahead. But the country needs stability and I think number ten will not want to do it for very long. I think you will differ in some ways from the budget that Mr Javid would have given and in effect it will have to authors one will be the chancellor but the signature very prominently underneath. It will be the big spoiling hand of Boris Johnson. And all of the attention has gone on to to this this this debacle with Mr David and not so much on all of the other Reshufflings within the cabinet. Take a whole. What does that that whole story? Tell you about what Mr Johnson and indeed. Mister Cummings was for Britain. The overall message of the reshuffle is that Brexit is done that those wounds can be healed and that Britain get on selling itself as global Britain in the world. That's confidence not front foot feeling that. Boris Johnson often does exude isn't really particularly balanced left and right cabinet and conservative terms. And that's probably a bit of a difference. He has the majority. He's got the team. He's got the power and now he really wants to go. And that's the feeling it's been put behind this. Let's see where that ends up. And thank you very much for joining us visa.

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Trump to meet with Russian foreign minister Tuesday

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Trump to meet with Russian foreign minister Tuesday

"We are hearing out of Russia that the country's foreign minister will meet with president trump tomorrow the two nations remain at odds over Syria's civil war on the potential new arms race the last time Sergey Lavrov was in the oval office June twenty seventeen the Russian foreign minister was photographed laughing with president trump and others at a meeting the day after Mr trumpet fire James call me as FBI director the mall reports suggest president trump told visitors he'd gotten rid of a big problem and then call me was another job Israel also let on that at the gathering the president had given away a classified matter of Israeli intelligence Lavrov's planned visit Tuesday is not on the schedule but has been reported by Russian

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Russian Foreign Minister Will Meet With Trump Tomorrow

Glenn Beck

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Russian Foreign Minister Will Meet With Trump Tomorrow

"Reports out of Russia say that country's foreign minister will meet with president trump tomorrow the last time Sergey Lavrov was in the oval office June twenty seventeen the Russian foreign minister was photographed laughing with president trump and others at a meeting the day after Mr trumpet fire James call me as FBI director the mall reports suggest president trump told visitors he'd gotten rid of a big problem and then call me was another job Israel also let on that at the gathering the president had given away a classified matter of Israeli intelligence Lavrov's planned visit Tuesday is not on the schedule but has been reported by Russian media but Costantini the

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"sergey" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"Just a day after Google announced a change in leadership. They made another announcement one. That didn't grabs many headlines but could be very important for the company it became eligible to compete with other companies for data storage and computing contracts for the US government. One other thing that happened this week is Google one higher hire federal security clearance which allows it to compete with Microsoft and Amazon for some of these big cloud computing contracts and. I guess I wonder. Is that something we can look at it and say oh. That's the future of this company at this point. Google is like going in that direction right in the Pentagon last year at a a ten billion dollar contracts for cloud computing this a lot of money. And it's a big priority for our government is the military in particular move over to the tools of artificial intelligence cloud computing. There was some resistance from its employees. Always and I think there will continue to be a resistance employees but senior management of the company like they basically are see this as a huge market and they see addison like Google has the best technologies a. Why shouldn't they be able to provide cloud computing core everyone including the military? If you're a user if you're someone who uses g email us a search gets lost and uses maps. Does this matter to you not immediately. I am it certainly not alone in that. I'm using g mail for a long time and I'm not every so often I get this message where my like bumping up against my one hundred percent capacity do you have that. Yeah and part of that is. I just haven't like clean out my inbox very well. The other part is that is like I said Google becoming a cloud computing company. And they're trying to compete with Microsoft and they really want people to start paying for these things Rayo Gay. It's not going to happen tomorrow. You'RE GONNA have to start paying for your g mail but the company is as a business making a lot more about okay. How can we get people to pay a monthly rate for our services? And you're seeing that sort of Google maps right. They're trying to turn that whether so you're gonNA see more ads near maps potentially or more companies using Google maps as a tool that they have to pay for. I think that is a change. That regular users we're going to see and that's sort of indicative of Cluele is like middle-age in its growing up and it's trying to no longer rely on this fantastic wonderfully profitable business model that it had for. Its first two decades. Do you see this change in leadership as kind of emblematic of a change in the company or or Google moving into this new phase. Yeah absolutely I mean I think there is People that work there describing almost like a family company right like thank you have. These kind of quirky founders and a lot of the executives were people that were in their inner circle for strong time and now it's much more of a management led Ah Company and in some ways like they're no longer sort of building up new exciting technology in a way like they're not really launching like self driving car project or something like that but they're trying to make these technology that they have proven that are billions of people are using or the ones that are like self driving cars that they've invested enough time and money to they're basically in maintenance mode and so the optimistic take on that and certainly Wall Street's take on that is maintenance is great and soon ever try is like the perfect act executive to maintain this eight hundred billion dollar company mark. Bergen thank okay.

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"sergey" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Just a day after Google announced a change in leadership. They made another announcement one. That didn't grabs many headlines but could be very important for the company it became eligible to compete with other companies for data storage and computing contracts for the US government. One other thing that happened this week is Google one higher hire federal security clearance which allows it to compete with Microsoft and Amazon for some of these big cloud computing contracts and. I guess I wonder. Is that something we can look at it and say oh. That's the future of this company at this point. Google is like going in that direction right in the Pentagon last year at a a ten billion dollar contracts for cloud computing this a lot of money. And it's a big priority for our government is the military in particular move over to the tools of artificial intelligence cloud computing. There was some resistance from its employees. Always and I think there will continue to be a resistance from employees but senior management of the company like they basically are see this as a huge market and they see us like Google has the Best Technologies A. Why shouldn't they be able to provide cloud computing core everyone including the military? If you're a user if you're someone who uses g email us a search gets lost and uses maps does this matter to you not immediately I am it certainly not alone in that. I'm using g mail for a long time and I'm not every so often I get this message where my like bumping up against my one hundred percent capacity do you have that. Yeah and part of that is just haven't cleaned out my inbox very well. The other part is that is like I said Google becoming a cloud computing company. And they're trying to compete eight with Microsoft and they really want people to start paying for these things Rayo Gay. It's not going to happen tomorrow. You'RE GONNA have to start paying for your g mail but the company is as a business making a lot more about okay. How can we get people to pay a monthly rate for our services? And you're seeing that sort of Google maps right. They're trying to turn that whether so you're gonNA see more ads near maps potentially or more companies using Google maps as a tool that they have to pay for. I think that is a change regular users. We're going to see. And that's sort of indicative of Cluele is like middle-age in its growing up and it's trying to no longer rely on this fantastic wonderfully profitable business model that it had for its first two decades. Do you see this change in leadership as kind of emblematic of a change in the company or or Google moving into this new phase. Yeah absolutely I mean I think there is People that work there describing almost like a family company right like thank you have these kind of quickies founders and a lot of the executives were people that were in their inner circle for strong time and now it's much more of a management led Ah Company and in some ways like they're no longer sort of building up new exciting technology in a way like they're not really launching like self driving car project or something like that but they're trying to make these technology that they have proven that are billions of people are using or the ones that are like self driving cars that they've invested enough time and money to they're basically in maintenance mode and so the optimistic take on that and certainly Wall Street's take on that is maintenance is great and never try is like the perfect act executive to maintain this eight hundred billion dollar company mark. Bergen thank. Okay.

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"sergey" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

10:35 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"As an Apex Predator the presence of snow leopards informs warms us about the health of their environment. That's why the Snow Leopard Trust has turned to Microsoft Ai to find and study these elusive animals with a i. It only takes minutes to analyze thousands of remote camera images and understand where these animals are so researchers have more time to protect them and their ecosystem. See How at Microsoft Dot Com Tom Slash. Ai Hey this is Liz leary and I wanNA tell you about a new tech. podcast from Ozzy called the future of X. It's hosted by Faye Schlesinger her Aussies managing editor and former head of news at the Times of London last season the future of X. envisioned healthcare in twenty sixty nine. This time they're exploring a your future workplace. Unlike a lot of business and tech focused podcasts. It's told through a narrative story live can follow along and find out why the next privacy battle. Oh we'll be over your personal productivity score like Gamers or set to become priced employees and my laziness might just get you promoted. The new season just kicked kicked off and new episodes come out on Mondays. Future of x is really not just a show about tech trends. It's about what we can all do right now to prepare for what's to come. Get ahead of your own future and subscribe to the future of X.. From Ozzy for free on apple podcasts. spotify stitcher or wherever. You're listening right now You know people who cover silicon valley like you and live there are obsessed with founders. But a lot of if people aren't so if you have to explain on most basic level who are Larry Page and Sergei Britain. Why do they matter? The others took this mythology algae around founders and Google apple where kothe critical in informing that right like Google's Culture Larry Day or sort of the ones responsible for setting that right they were corky Stanford fifty students they later engineer's name to hire engineers for a long time. Initially the two of them actually approved every single higher and Google's careers and they had this all these different kinds of abuse and critic roles that were. We don't WANNA be Conventional Company in and we can work on sort of these crazy moon shots. They had like a twenty percent project every person that company was entitled to go off and work on something with twenty percent of their time. It was totally unrelated to their day. Jobs like people came to work for Google in the early days because they came to work for for Larry and Sergei like they sort of believed in this impossible dreams of building artificial intelligence of working on these technical problems like self driving cars early days there project. Google books right this idea that they could digitize all of humanity's books that that sort of thing was inspiration for people people come come to work for the company. It's been awhile since those early days at Google and since then the founders of step back about four years ago they created a new parent company that they would run called alphabet and put a new. CEO and torch of Google in two thousand fifteen super chai becomes CEO of Google and ED page and Brin become the President of Alphabet the the parent company. Who is and how did he end up in that position? Sooner Pichai is a longtime Google execution. Came in two thousand four to accompany after working at the Kinsey actually He was the first job at Google for prominent job was managing like the title. Toolbar says soon Darwin that he actually ended up wanting to be co creators of Google Chrome which is arguably one one of the most successful sort of homegrown google products ever the description of him as a leader is. He's very consensus. Oriented very personable personable incredibly intelligent engineer. Who doesn't really have sharp elbows? And that sort of I think given there's a lot of prominent leaders at Google. They were known for having sharp elbows sooner sort of seen as like the Nice Guy. That's the rationale for why the founders picked him as a successor both for his his technical skill managerial skills but also because he didn't fight with as many people as others talked me about the corporate corporate culture for several years. Google had a lot of active internal message boards and regular meetings and discussions sort of this culture of airing things out and I'm curious how that has changed. Yeah that is one of the biggest flashpoints right now. You can go back to the early days right. Google's set up just a funny cheeky motto. Don't be evil. You remember that and people his greatest sort of like feeling like a Grad school that just happened to print money and they have these famous a weekly it meeting where the founders and and early company leaders that up and and fielded questions and the most seminal example was when in two thousand ten they decided to remove the search engine from China and so that people who were there at the time. Talk about how this really heated and sort of emotional debate inside the company any about this decision. People talk about the early days of Ghoul as this was sort of robust internal conversation before being made if you go back. A lot of controversy controversies. They've had internally in the past two years consistently say no longer exists but as time went on that culture of debate became more pointed it. Employees protested actions by the trump administration and other employees notably. One male engineer protested the culture inside Google and critiqued. His is female colleagues. Let's talk about the past few years. I I'm just thinking about the things that have happened. Protests around the so called Muslim Ban James Damore who wrote a memo that argued against diversity and essentially said women were less biologically suited to working intact after experiencing mistreatment and harassment harassment claims that were uncovered and harassers walking away with with big payouts and the subsequent women's walkout and and then complaints over military contracts nearly a dozen. Google workers reportedly resigned in protest. I mean there have been so many things that employees employees were upset about. What's the culture like sort of post all of that? Yeah and you didn't even mention the the dragonfly the project to China last year. So yeah there's ongoing lists I I mean there's two things one is for a lot of people it's still it's a day job. It's a very comfortable day job. I think at this point close to one hundred twenty thousand old time employees So for a large majority of them. These series of controversies aren't so front and center That being said in recent weeks they've cancel the sort of regular all hands meeting. The company has made it much more difficult call to have some sort of internal conversations. There are people at Google who think this is long overdue of like we need to grow up and just get back to work and then there are a lot of people. We've been very vocal. They feel the company they signed up. The join is turning direction. They feel very uncomfortable with and so they're speaking up about that in ways that we've never seen before. Do you think Larry and Sergei moving out of their formal roles changes things in that respect. Yeah I they're certainly speaking to someone at the company who he did say like. We hope that they either lead or leave because they they were sort of is there but not really. They're the Bay Asterix here is they are still on the board and they still own a majority of like the super voting stock so there collectively still in charge despite stepping down. I think there was a sense that if they came and address some of these issues head on right if they came and talked about sexual harassment and the changes. They're GONNA make core. They came out and said here's our stance on any number of issued military Tehri or going back into China. Or here's here's our relationship with the trump administration. Certainly something that a lot of employees have been asking for them. Departing is clearly crew indication. That that's not going to happen at the same time. The Google has been dealing with increasing unrest with company. Pressure's been mounting from the outside to antitrust case in Europe investigations by State Attorneys General an attack from the trump administration Larry Page largely stayed out of the public eye but sooner Pichai has been more visible when you think about the role of tech CEO in two thousand nineteen How much of it is running a company and how much of it is appearing in front of Congress doing damage control either externally or within the company? You know being being that kind of public face. Yeah my guess is that it's a lot more dealing with diplomacy than he expected when he signed up for the job. The part of that is the this new world under president. Trump freight like google is just how to deal with a lot more issues that never dealt with them to the administration at early says publicly. Let me play. Devil's advocate with you there certainly headlines that have come out since this news broke that. Say Ma- day-to-day this. It doesn't really matter. Signed up was in charge of Google. You know since twenty fifteen and yet I at least had the wow reaction action to this so is it a big deal It isn't it isn't it's someone put it to me yesterday. Like gives a a corporate structure jury reality right that sooner was effectively running google running. Google is ninety nine percent of all alphabet Revenue is close to that amount of the personnel right like self driving cars like extension projects. All these things are sort of very small compared to the beast that is Google. It is a big deal in the sense of the. It's going to change the way the company structure is. It's this big tech conglomeration that it's built up since announcing alphabet. It's never really been clear. How these larger moonshot projects and experiments are going to be turned into commercial operations and actually operate like companies? It's a reflection that the board and the founders decided like. They're comfortable as soon dr and he's the one that has to sort..

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"sergey" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

10:35 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"As an Apex Predator the presence of snow leopards informs warms us about the health of their environment. That's why the Snow Leopard Trust has turned to Microsoft. Ai To find and study these elusive animals with Ai. It only takes minutes to analyze thousands of remote camera images and understand where these animals are so researchers have more time to protect them and their ecosystem. See How at Microsoft Dot Com Tom Slash. Ai Hey this is Liz leary and I wanNA tell you about a new tech. podcast from Ozzy called the future of X. It's hosted by Faye Schlesinger her Aussies managing editor and former head of news at the Times of London last season the future of X. envisioned healthcare in twenty sixty nine. This time they're exploring a your future workplace. Unlike a lot of business and tech focused podcasts. It's told through a narrative story live can follow along and find out why the next privacy battle. Oh we'll be over your personal productivity score like Gamers or set to become priced employees and my laziness might just get you promoted. The new season just kicked kicked off and new episodes come out on Mondays. Future of x is really not just a show about tech trends. It's about what we can all do right now to prepare for what's to come. Get ahead of your own future and subscribe to the future of X.. From Ozzy for free on apple podcasts. spotify stitcher or wherever. You're listening right now You know people who cover silicon valley like you and live there are obsessed with founders. But a lot of if people aren't so if you have to explain on most basic level who are Larry Page and Sergei Britain. Why do they matter? The others took this mythology algae around founders and Google apple where kothe critical in informing that right like Google's culture larry or sort of the ones responsible for setting that right they were corky Stanford fifty students they later engineer's name to hire engineers for a long time. Initially the two of them actually approved every single higher and Google's careers and they had this all these different kinds of abuse and critic roles that were. We don't WANNA be Conventional Company in and we can work on sort of these crazy moon shots. They had like a twenty percent project every person that company was entitled to go off and work on something with twenty percent of their time. It was totally unrelated to their day. Jobs like people came to work for Google in the early days because they came to work for for Larry and Sergei like they sort of believed in this impossible dreams of building artificial intelligence of working on these technical problems like self driving cars early days there project. Google books right this idea that they could digitize all of humanity's books that that sort of thing was inspiration for people people come come to work for the company. It's been awhile since those early days at Google and since then the founders of step back about four years ago they created a new parent company that they would run called alphabet and put a new. CEO and torch of Google in two thousand fifteen super chai becomes CEO of Google and ED page and Brin become the President of Alphabet the the parent company. Who is and how did he end up in that position? Sooner Pichai is a longtime Google execution. Came in two thousand four to accompany after working at the Kinsey actually He was the first job at Google. For prominent job was managing like the title Toolbar so soon Darwin that he actually ended up wanting to be co creators of Google Chrome which is arguably one one of the most successful sort of homegrown google products ever the description of him as a leader is. He's very consensus oriented very personable personable incredibly intelligent engineer who doesn't really have sharp elbows and that sort of I think given there's a lot of prominent leaders Google. They were known for having sharp elbows sooner sort of seen as like the Nice guy that's the rationale for why the founders picked him as a successor both for his his technical skill managerial skills but also because he didn't fight with as many people as others talked me about the corporate corporate culture for several years. Google had a lot of active internal message boards and regular meetings and discussions sort of this culture of airing things out and I'm curious how that has changed. Yeah that is one of the biggest flashpoints right now. You can go back to the early days right. Google's set up just a funny cheeky motto. Don't be evil. You remember that and people described it as sort of like feeling like a Grad school that just happened to print money and they have these famous a weekly it meeting where the founders and and early company leaders that up and and fielded questions and the most seminal example was when in two thousand ten they decided to remove the search engine from China and so that people who were there at the time. Talk about how this really heated and sort of emotional debate inside the company any about this decision. People talk about the early days of Ghoul as this was sort of robust internal conversation right before being made if you go back. A lot of controversy controversies. They've had internally in the past two years consistently say no longer exists but as time went on that culture of debate became more pointed it. Employees protested actions by the trump administration and other employees notably. One male engineer protested the culture inside Google and critiqued. His is female colleagues. Let's talk about the past few years. I I'm just thinking about the things that have happened. Protests around the so called Muslim Ban James Damore who wrote a memo that argued against diversity and essentially said women were less biologically suited to working intact after experiencing mistreatment and harassment harassment claims that were uncovered and harassers walking away with with big payouts and the subsequent women's walkout and and then complaints over military contracts nearly a dozen. Google workers reportedly resigned in protest. I mean there have been so many things that employees employees were upset about. What's the culture like sort of post all of that? Yeah and you didn't even mention the the dragonfly the project to China last year. So yeah there's ongoing lists I I mean there's two things one is for a lot of people it's still it's a day job. It's a very comfortable day job. I think at this point close to one hundred twenty thousand old time employees So for large majority of them. These series of controversies Arnesen so front and center That being said in recent weeks they've cancel the sort of regular all hands meeting. The company has made it much more difficult call to have some sort of internal conversations. There are people at Google who think this is long overdue of like we need to grow up and just get back to work and then there are a lot of people. We've been very vocal. They feel the company they signed up. Join is turning direction. They feel very uncomfortable with and so they're speaking up about that in a ways that we've never seen before. Do you think Larry and Sergei moving out of their formal roles changes things in that respect. Yeah I there are certainly speaking to someone at the company who he did say like we hope that they either lead or leave because they they were sort of is there but not really. They're the Bay Asterix here is they are still on the board and they still own a majority of like the super voting stock so there collectively still in charge despite stepping down. I think there was a sense that if they came and address some of these issues head on right if they came and talked about sexual harassment and the changes. They're gonNA make or they came out and said here's our stance on any number of issued military Tehri or going back into China. Or here's here's our relationship with the trump administration. Certainly something that a lot of employees have been asking for them. Departing is clearly crew indication. That that's not going to happen at the same time. The Google has been dealing with increasing unrest with company. Pressure has been mounting from the outside to antitrust case in Europe investigations by State Attorneys General an attack from the trump administration Larry Page largely stayed out of the public eye but sooner Pichai has been more visible when you think about the role of tech CEO in two thousand nineteen How much of it is running a company and how much of it is appearing in front of Congress doing damage control either externally or within the company? You know being being that kind of public face. Yeah my guess is that it's a lot more dealing with diplomacy than he expected when he signed up for the job. The part of that is the this new world on under president. Trump freight like google is just how to deal with a lot more issues that never dealt with them to the administration at early says publicly. Let me play. Devil's advocate with you there certainly headlines. That have come out since this news broke that. Say Ma- day to day this. It doesn't really matter. Signed up was in charge of Google. You know since twenty fifteen and yet I at least had the wow reaction action to this so is it a big deal It isn't it isn't it's someone put it to me yesterday. Like gives a a corporate structure jury reality right that sooner was effectively running google running. Google is ninety nine percent of all alphabet Revenue is close to that amount of the personnel right like self driving cars like extension projects all these things are sort of very small comparative the beast. That is Google. It is a big deal in the sense of the. It's going to change the way the company structure is. It's this big tech conglomeration that it's built up since announcing alphabet. It's never really been clear. How these larger moonshot projects and experiments are going to be turned into commercial operations and actually operate like companies? It's a reflection that the board and the founders decided like. They're comfortable as soon dr and he's the one that has to sort..

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"sergey" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"There was this moment in the fall of last year when executives gives from three big tech companies called to testify in front of the Senate or call the sheer into order. And I'd like to welcome our witnesses. Today they were supposed to talk about the run up to the two thousand sixteen election and and whether foreigners mostly Russians had manipulated their platforms. Sherline Jacomb. I'm glad you decided to appear Jack. Dorsey from twitter showed up so so did Sheryl Sandberg from facebook page who was supposed to be representing. Google wasn't there. No one from the company came disappointed. Google decided did against sending the right senior level executive to participate. Senators were kind of performance about it but they were annoyed from Google search which continues to have problems. Surfacing absurd conspiracies do you to russian-backed disinformation agents promoted. Hundreds advice videos did g mail or state-sponsored operatives attempted countless hacking attempts. Google has an immense responsibility in this space not long after that mark. Bergen who covers Google for Bloomberg News and BusinessWeek wrote a story headlined. Where in the world is Larry? Larry Page implying that the company's co founder had kind of checked out with that story. We've found difficulty finding people who actually talked to him on a regular basis the same time you no. He was funding and working on these cell flying car projects doing a lot more around sort of the really crazy moon shots at at the company. But from what we've gathered he just didn't WanNa work anymore. Didn't want to work as hard which I guess. If you're a billionaire you can make that decision. Yeah you know. I've talked to people the company that say say they had. It's intentional idea. To keep him out of the press to avoid the Bill Gates problem right so Bill Gates famously. During the Department of Justice earings during the ninety s was sort of the figurehead for Microsoft's monopoly and Google essentially wanted to keep Larry as far away from that as possible. The thing is nowadays the CEO can't just step away from controversy. Google is in the middle of wrestling with antitrust regulators attorneys general all around the country and several of its own unhappy employees. This week we learned that Larry Page and his co founder Sergey Brin the guys responsible for the company's ethos those are stepping down from Google's parent company today on the show growing pains at Google what it will take to win back the trust of the workforce and keep regulators. He's happy and how much Larry Sergei's departures matter I'm Lizzy leary and this is what next. TVD Show about technology power and how the future we'll be determined..

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"sergey" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"There was this moment in the fall of last year when executives gives from three big tech companies called to testify in front of the Senate or call the sheer into order. And I'd like to welcome our witnesses. Today they were supposed to talk about the run up to the two thousand sixteen election and and whether foreigners mostly Russians had manipulated their platforms. Sherline Jacomb. I'm glad you decided to appear Jack. Dorsey from twitter showed up so so did Sheryl Sandberg from facebook page who was supposed to be representing. Google wasn't there. No one from the company came disappointed. Google decided did against sending the right senior level executive to participate. Senators were kind of performance about it but they were annoyed from Google search which continues to have problems. Surfacing absurd conspiracies do Youtube russian-backed disinformation agents promoted hundreds advice videos does she. Male or state-sponsored operatives attempted countless hacking attempts. Google has an immense responsibility in this space. Not long after that mark. Bergen who covers Google for Bloomberg News and BusinessWeek wrote a story headlined. Where in the world is Larry? Larry Page implying that the company's co founder had kind of checked out with that story. We've found difficulty finding people who actually talked to him on a regular basis the same time you no. He was funding and working on these cell flying car projects doing a lot more around sort of the really crazy moon shots at at the company. But from what we've gathered he just didn't WanNa work anymore. Didn't want to work as hard which I guess. If you're a billionaire you can make that decision. Yeah you know. I've talked to people the company that say say they had. It's intentional idea. To keep him out of the press to avoid the Bill Gates problem right so Bill Gates famously. During the Department of Justice earings during the ninety s was sort of the figurehead for Microsoft's monopoly and Google essentially wanted to keep Larry as far away from that as possible. The thing is nowadays the CEO can't just step away from controversy. Google is in the middle of wrestling with antitrust regulators attorneys general all around the country and several of its own unhappy employees. This week we learned that Larry Page and his co founder Sergey Brin the guys responsible for the company's ethos those are stepping down from Google's parent company today on the show growing pains at Google what it will take to win back the trust of the workforce and keep regulators. He's happy and how much Larry Sergei's departures matter I'm Lizzy leary and this is what next. TVD Show about technology power and how the future we'll be determined..

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"sergey" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"More headlines from the reinvent conference Amazon has unveiled locals zones small data centers far far from Maine aws regions and made the availability of the previously announced. Outposts general quoting mostly cloudy quote customers can run outposts in two configurations in. Aws Native configuration. That uses the cloud leaders software as the primary interface and Vm Ware Cloud for aws configuration configuration. That will become available in early. Twenty Twenty Jesse said think of outposts as training wheels for the cloud designed for customers that want to run. Some of their applications is on hardware they control but also want to be able to take advantage of cloud services as makes sense. Local zones unveiled for the first time Tuesday or a little different different. Aws operates a huge network of data center regions around the world but any globally distributed network is subject to latency issues as the speed of light is a gating factor actor for some applications that require near real time feedback with local zones. Aws is extending its reach by building small data centers based around the AWS outpost design in strategic locations where it doesn't have a main region for example the first local zone will arrive in Los Angeles which is far enough away from. AWS's main West Coast Data Center operations in Oregon to cause problems for some customers. Bloomberg reported Tuesday that Disney animators were interested in. Aws outposts because the round round trip from Southern California to Eastern Oregon with taking too long local.

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Co-founders hand over the reins at Alphabet

Daily Tech Headlines

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Co-founders hand over the reins at Alphabet

"Alphabet announced that Google Co founders Larry Page pagent Sergey Brin will step away from their duties as CEO and president and Google CEO Soon Pichai we'll take on the additional role of CEO of Alphabet Page and Brin will retain in their board seats and controlling stock ownership and in their statement page and Brin said they will quote continue talking with Dr Regularly especially on topics.

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Larry Page and Sergey Brin step down as leaders of Alphabet

All Things Considered

03:06 min | 11 months ago

Larry Page and Sergey Brin step down as leaders of Alphabet

"Kelley it is a historic moment for one of the most influential companies of our time Google it's two co founders are stepping down here to talk about Larry page and Sergey Brin and their move it is in Paris technology correspondent chan and bond patient and family so tell me more what happened today yeah well it's the end of an era at Google Larry and Sergey founded the cook the company in nineteen ninety eight when they were Stanford University students I love the on a first name basis by the by the people in the valley are and if you think about in that with that way they you know they need Google it into one of the largest companies in the world it dominates online search and digital advertising in video just a few moments ago they announced their leading leaving their leadership roles now they they had already been playing less of an active role in the past few years Larry page in particular hasn't really been publicly at being present at Google okay but they say they'll still be active board members but no longer calling the shots that's going to be Google's current CEO send our Pichai he will be CEO of both Google and its parent company alphabets so why why would they step away from this company that's their baby well this is a company that they found it and that they have seen through a lot I think in part of it is the company's really changed over time it's not that sort of idealistic place that they started they've made a lot of money they've been focusing on other things and I think they say it say it's now time for new management to reflect where the company currently is where where is the current state of Google and what kind of shape will they be leaving it in as they stepped away well this is a very turbulent time right now it Google maybe the most turbulent in its short history you know Google is of course extremely profitable but it's facing a lot of challenges including from within their employees are really really unhappy there's been a lot of protests over range of issues contracts with the military contracts with immigration agencies one day in November last your twenty thousand cool workers walked out over sexual harassment and bad behavior by executives that they said was tolerated Google's always been known for this very open free wheeling culture employees were encouraged to speak out that that's been really cracked down on lately just last week for employees who were involved in protests were fired there's also external pressure from regulators who have been looking into just how dominant Google is in search and advertising some people even want to come from the broken up now there's no indication that they're stepping down is related to those issues but I think it's just another sign just how far Google has come from nineteen ninety eight when they started it right I mean it it sounds like a fascinating moment for a company that was famous for wasn't a motto don't be evil yeah I mean the this for very idealistic guys know they founded this company in their dorm room at Stanford it was built on this vision of helping people find information but it's grown it's not just the biggest search engine with the ninety percent market share it's an advertising behemoth it's a melting artificial intelligence there are self driving Google cars on the streets in Phoenix and they've knowledge this change in a letter to employees they said it's involved in matured and time to turn the page that is NPR Shannon bond

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"sergey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Page and Sergey Brin say their company has evolved and matured in the twenty years since they began their enterprise in the Silicon Valley garage so send our P. try who's been leading Google is CEO for more than four years will also become the CEO of alphabet and the president's role that alphabet is not being filled both founders promised to stay actively involved as board members and shareholders saying in a statement that if the company was a person it would be a young adult of twenty one and it would be time to leave the roost I'm Jan Johnson the department of homeland security is considering a proposal to require that all travelers including U. S. citizens be photographed as they enter or leave the United States it would be part of an identification system using facial recognition facial recognition technology when news time eleven fifty six now Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins it was another down day for stocks is trade worries continued to swell the Dow Jones industrial average sank two hundred eighty the S. and P. five hundred lost twenty one the nasdaq composite tumbled forty seven a change at the top for Google parrot alphabet who will co founders Larry page and Sergey Brin stepping down from their roles as alphabet CEO and president but will remain on the board Google C. E. O. soon doctor chart will also be alphabet C. E. L. destination maternity stores are closer liquidation the retailer has one bankruptcy court approval to sell itself to marquee brands it would close the chain stores but keep the brand alive online Connecticut's public employee pensions will divest their holdings in gun manufacturers pensions hold thirty million dollars in firearms company assets the state will also ask banks with which it does business to disclose their relationships the gun makers Bloomberg money watch at twenty six.

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"sergey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"sergey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Larry page and Sergey Brin or stepping down from the roles within the parent company alphabet the search giant not needing to search far for a replacement sandhar per child the current CEO of Google and long time executive of the company will take over as CEO of alphabet in addition to his current role page and Brin announcing their departure into Google blog post today saying the company has involved in matured since its founding in nineteen ninety eight and if the company was a person it will be a young adult of twenty one and it would be time to leave the roost page and Brin will remain on alphabets board three bar ski fox news that apartment homeland security considering requiring that all travelers including American citizens be photographed as they enter or leave the country as part of an identification system using a facial recognition technology Massachusetts senator ed Markey already saying that he will introduce legislation to block the plan a new study finds people spend a lot of time in front of the television would you be lost without your T. V. A. what your family struggle to get by with only one the findings of a new survey commissioned by LG electronics finds that the average home has at least two TV's which are replaced on average every six years a Paul one research finds you spend about three and a half hours each day watching a recent survey of British adults finds they'll invest nearly seventy nine thousand hours of their lives watching movies sports news and their favorite TV shows fifteen percent claiming they have too many options and that they actually fight with their partners.

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Larry Page and Sergey Brin step down as leaders of Alphabet

Pat Thurston

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Larry Page and Sergey Brin step down as leaders of Alphabet

"Google co founders Larry page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from their roles within the parent company alphabet Google C. R. send our patrol I will stay in his role and also become CEO of alphabet page had been serving a CEO of alphabet and brand who I've been president of alphabet will remain on the board of the

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"sergey" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"I'm pretty sure that tune in stuck in my head. Not great. I've heard this about that. So the Cowboys injury report stinks. When you look at it. You know, they're being authors. Literally, no getting around it. You know, they're right now looking at missing. Starting linebacker. A backup linebacker Sergey already. Missed a lot of games. Starting left guard. Starting defensive tackle. You could say starting defense van even though I wouldn't consider historic event, and then possibly you could consider a starting wide receiver cave on Austin whose mis-time it's so looking good like we said, but. You could look at the eagles into report in also say their injury report style looking good. Climent mispractice practice with an illness. I don't know what kind of illness. It is. But he was at practice old Wednesday. Not on the injury report in that. He did not practice today with an illness. Sidney Jones one of their better corners did not practice. Two days in a row with a hamstring. Jalen mills, they're starting cornerback did not practice days in a row with a foot injury. Even though I wish he would start because he has been bad this year. Darren sproles a guy who they thought was going to be able to make it back today. Practice yesterday with an injured hand string pulled up today in practice in did not practice. It looks like he will not be playing today after one of.

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"sergey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Google was created by larry page and sergey brin we talked to a couple of different people on like four people or something like that and all the people we talked to willing to give us money we met this guy he quickly you know he's quick look at our searchengine machado with all that we started talking about well he's at all you know i'd be interested investing you know so he said you know i don't want you guys have to you know take too low valuation or have to worry too much about money things right now why don't i just write you a check so he went back to his car came back checkbook can you wrote a check for one hundred thousand dollars and in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight was when bill clinton said that thing that has haunted him ever since about the meaning of is is here's the clip and the context it was in his debit we don't have it do we have it have it it was in his deputy now i guess we don't have it so well anyway it was in his deposition in the special prosecutor's investigation and he was asked in that deposition about his lawyer robert bennett saying there is no sexual relationship between monica and bill and he said basically depends on the meaning of is what the meaning of is is if by is you mean in the present no there is no sexual relationship if is means was there ever well then that's another matter so that's where the meaning of is is came from i'm gonna go right to another call far now yes in manhattan you're on wnyc high finance thanks for calling yeah i'm calling because i'm a little bit upset with the revisionist history of monica lewinsky she is no victim because she was very much aware of what she was getting into saving her dress starters but also the fact that you have an affair with the married man president or not but up the ante if it's a president and trump tower another to me she's no victim you step into that kind of a quagmire you need to live up to.

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"sergey" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on 1A

"This trying to negotiate a ceasefire with russian foreign minister sergey lavrov now look those efforts to be fair we're not fruitful but you have a secretary of state rex tillerson essentially missing in action here um you know doing nothing i think he doesn't wanna over he doesn't want to play the carry game again you know trying to get played by the russians but at the same time yesterday um the state department spokesperson heather nauert could not point to any thing that the us was doing to end the suffering there instead of you know saying that the us is fully engaged by the us is not engaged in any way right now and i think that's what's really different it could be um you know despite the resiliency of the rebels there i think it it will be a lot easier for the russians and the syrians to um you know take over aleppo because you have very little international action regarding the conditions on the ground vis wheat npr ars route's sherlock discussed them with steve inskeep on morning edition here's some of her description of what it's like they're right now there's just terrible reports of an children bank found mong the rebel these asterix a hitting civilian buildings we speak to a little go north she's twelve years old at we found her through activists since she was with her mother she says she's in gouta and she told us about how she feels there i think big did thing nadler adbib even let her.

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"sergey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Frank reich you backed up jim kelly for all those years but he was such an airport part of being there for jim kelly being a coach on the sideline i've heard some of his former teammates and uh players say uh that he was ready to go when he got his opportunity she he was prepared of an and it's going to be the same way with the book to change here he's going to be prepared i enjoy be with fp talked a lot how to be a backup potter be ready for that that opportunity wanted compass be embracing your role because everyone but in court but the backup quarterback is this supporting the man that's in there uh doing whenever you tend to beijing successful jim sergey talking about how much he learned from frank reich in the quarterback room as he was backing up peyton manning and frank was on that offense of staff eat it is certainly something that you have to to recognize and acknowledge that everyone who knows frank reich who worked with him whether as a player or as a fellow coach is raving about this higher at is endorsing this move including peyton manning and again that who jim backed up his years in indianapolis so coming up next second part of my conversation with jim sergey i had to take a tangent i couldn't help it i had to ask him about being of backup to peyton manning the guy the guy who forces offenses to taylor to him and not the other way around just because of the way that he revolutionized the position so the second half of my conversation with jim coming up next after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio.

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"sergey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Style making any money not always about lining michelle can you hit him what do you mean is that always about money it's about doing something nice i was just tax by sergey and lapd train against the company i was vista the tell her the tell why do you assume that a a sergeant has to be a man digitel pillar tell i said them posture for you hear what are you in this what are you in the eighty did you tells a sergey with lapd oh what what's his name what did you to tell that man with a moustache over to the doctor did he say well as a woman what tell i said them la posture for you what are you in this what are you in the eighty the details of sergey with lapd were what what's his name what did you tell that man with a moustache over to the doctor the what did he say well as a woman what a woman give me like are like a real woman issue will she the nurse don't use the doctor what well up i i macau are adhered is i'll quick whipround how much for the most expensive apartment in downtown l a permanent mellul i think you know the answer right what am i don't okay let's start with a mark are no of us i vendor what.

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"sergey" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"'kim grown were there are at odds over that so that's definitely something a moderate within dr gil was mixed up into that as well and that says a whole layer of messy nisa is only the patriots wanna go back down that road mark thanks for the knowledge muchappreciated we'll do it again sooner than later thanks a bunch and hopefully mcnamara didn't get you in any trouble down in new orleans and then no come after that but at any time thanks a market sergey suman there is mark dang covers the patriots beat for the providence journal here on the grass show on wpro so it's kinda like everything else in new england we sit in we wait he seems to have seen the same things though that i've saw in terms of branch in butler i think i was obviously way ahead on that curve and he probably heard this show is his opinion via my opinion but i think there's something to the butler thing i'm not so sure on branch just yet well i mean the way daniels just laid it out to in terms of branch when you combine it's it's it's again it's okay so he only played in six snaps this week that's one thing that's a vacuum type situation but when you combine it with all that other stuff that he just laid out it would be easy to see how may be bella checky and or the patriots have soured on him even though he just signed a contract extension if i'm not or a new contract phenomena stake growl in that's um this is what i was going to get too and this is part of the reason why i think the l and branch situation might be all different cultures and i'll just run through this quickly please enlighten me alan branch has a twoyear deal worth eight point four five million dollars in.

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"sergey" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sergey" Discussed on Reveal

"Slightly mistreating you bobby says she had a bad experience with the police before meeting sergey snyder and that made it hard for her trust a cop she talked about that in an interview last year vasser's kinda just threw me up against the wall and kept like slamming my head into the wall that drew the line and i was like i'm not going to trust any police officer that the ill even if you do wear badge you have no right to treat someone like that the first time snyder caught bobby it didn't seem like she was listening but it turned out she was the number one thing that i will always remember him saying from this day on you will be protected snyder club bob times before she stop running way back to people who would exploit or all over again i don't office because asshole brainwashed that i was finally okay with it you know after first few times i was like this is how i'm gonna end up live in my life for the restaurant life and i'm okay with that so i didn't even think twice satima victim would eventually sergeant grid reach bobby his message got through 'schtub running she got treatment for drug addiction he he learned not to trust any one on on the street so the officer or a councillor anyone can expect that trust right away that's gonna come with time sargis letter put in the time it was virtually able to gain bob strauss.

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