22 Burst results for "Sinaga"
"sinaga" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"By the late eighteen hundreds of eighteen nineties, the record businesses are coming into. Existence before that, they're trying to sell the phonograph as a business instrument. The idea was it was going to replace demographers Cassettes. Yeah, basically, this was Edison's after Edison looking for business model. He was trying to sort of make phonograph into like sort of replacements for letters and Sinaga offers, but that didn't work. And then so then speeches and music and things started to get recorded, and that's really when it starts. But then you know it's like you know radio is another twenty years or so away in terms of being a a broadcasting medium. And so there was this period where the record business is really central to media. It's only it's only real competitor in the home is the. Piano. Player piano. So you know radio, but then that changes in the nineteen twenties. While you're talking a little bit about that, those early years I was fascinated to read in your book about some of these broadcasts like the these formative and broadcast like moments with devices that are in public places in parlors. That are out in public where people might be listening to a record with a group of people. and. So like you were mentioning things that might have been proto. You know it was that pro radio when you had a record being plane a record parlor. Yeah. Like the Penny Arcades sometimes bars or other sorts of public spaces photographs. The portable models were taken to picnics and played Sometimes, it political meetings speeches were played. It was sort of used in a lot of the ways we think about radio being used later resolve sorts of odd examples of that in. We're we're one, there was a record label called nations forum and it was a bad. It was basically like speeches from people convincing Americans that we needed to get involved in. World? War One. and just all kinds of sort of odd Uses that we usually don't think about because we tend to think about recorded sound and the phonograph is a music delivery system as opposed to doing anything else. So yeah, we're. We're these phonograph parlors. So you mentioned was that a common thing. and. Yes. So there's this great moment all the way back in eighteen ninety. They have this convention in Chicago and it's all the phonograph dealers around the country and they meet up in Chicago and they're having this meeting and the minister. Taken. And they're trying to figure out if this phonograph has business device thing is going to work out and it does through the dictaphone, but it's not the main thing. So so they're having this meeting and all of a sudden this guy stands up, they got him Louis Glass from San Francisco stands up and he says..
"sinaga" Discussed on The Daily
"This just one just one. But this is the form that position and Sinaga for. Musk review with the patient this as well so to be an abortion clinic in Louisiana means you have to literally as Kathleen showed me leave through a Sheaf of regulations just to make sure you can stay open and they cover things like twenty four hour. Waiting periods requirements that abortion providers read their patients descriptions of the fetus. The complications that might happen. Show them sonograms. They can look away. If they wish allow them to hear fetal heartbeats they can cover their ears if they wish but most importantly for my purposes I was there to assess the impact of a law that requires abortion providers doctors who provide abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. And tell me a little bit more about that law so this law when you first hear about it. Sounds perfectly sensible. Louisiana is the fifth state to adopt a law that requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. It was acted in two thousand fourteen. Supporters say they make healthcare safer lawmakers. Say that it was an effort to protect women's health that it's a kind of credentialing function opponents. Say the whole thing is a ruse that abortion is very safe procedure that you'll be admitted to the hospital and a very rare occasions that there are complications whether your doctor has admitting privileges or not and that it's hard to get admitting privileges. Many hospitals don't want to give abortion providers admitting privileges for political reasons and those conflicting views are at the center of a case that has reached the Supreme Court which will decide whether this Louisiana abortion regulation.
"sinaga" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Well all right ninety-six it is interesting. That you that one of your main takeaways from that match was about Action Arto because I find when and I walked serve matches at the at the moment I can't focus on anything other than Zverev. He himself his own massive kind of saga at the moment. And all of yeah and I just. I'm waiting for something to happen and it doesn't really matter what the opponents doing my mind and that's probably the wrong way of watching the Mashburn cash-based just. It's just what happens to me when when he's on court but he goes through and that's that's good going incidentally and he tried to tweet. This is where the shade is. Yeah so the the the origin the shade is that Very gave yeah. He's a slightly chippy quotes about curious. Not being the best young player around anymore and there are a lot more good plaza around To which the moment curious saw the video of the failed shots. tween a of Alexander Zverev. He tweeted himself but Yeah I know I'm not the best player but but I mean if you're his in twain sure sure but unfortunately he spelt tween Nisa tweets and is subsequently deleted tweets rubbish Twain really eighty poll. The K with Caritas tweets is to screen shot him because they tend to disappear off the five minutes whereas curious I noticed he. He covered some areas matches in straight-sets against Lorenzo Sinaga. And he he actually hopes to get locked. You can see him thinking. Please love me please love me just set me up which has to be. I mean the only other person on the planet who does that has meant so I actually talk. This is a grand slam. These thinking like that so it is I curious group which is domestic than ever before thriving Yeah he's sold Hook Line and sinker..
Farming and climate change
"Growing focus on environmentally friendly farming methods with Leslie hook an Emiko terrorism. I'm a co can you tell us a bit about into goes initiative to pay farmers to store, carbon, so I'm plots absorb carbon dioxide from the Ariza grow, and then they release it back to the air and soil as they decompose? What indigo is saying is bomb as we want you to restore so health and increase its ability to store, carbon, and we'll pay for it so farming practices, like, minimal tilling of the soil planting cover crops in between main crops and crop rotation. Having livestock Rome in the fields that can all help the soil capturing carbon is this different than what farmers normally do? Well, traditionally these were what bombers have been doing, but one day intensive bombing practices, like using chemical pesticides, and fertilizers have a rare disloyal health and scientists estimate the across cropland soils as carbon concentration about one percent in this compared to about three percent for naturally. Consistence like forests, I guess, when I'm struggling understand, is how much carbon this is going to save in how they're going to measure it. Leslie. What do you think it is very hard to measure, how long the carbon stays in the soil and to measure each individual plot? And that's always been one of the challenges with this approach. We know that globally. There is a lot of carbon stored in the soil. The top two meters of soil around the earth, contain about three times as much carbon as the atmosphere. So there is a huge store of carbon, they're already and as Emiko says a lot of it has been lost. Scientists I've spoken to have often pointed this figure of four hundred and fifty billion tons of CO, two essentially lost from the soil because of modern farming practices. So that's about a decade's worth of global emissions, and that's going into the atmosphere. So it has had a huge impact, and there's a huge sort of opportunity. Here, but one it is quite difficult to quantify, and I think indigo correct me if I'm wrong, they are planning to use satellite, imagery, and a very novel approach to sort of measure, what the farmers are doing. So indigo says that it will use remote sensing technology from satellites, and satellites, these days, come measure, everything from radiation to see a two levels, so that's what they're going to rely on. And the companies also part of a study with tens of thousands of farms looking at how carbon is stored in soil. But they've also launched a competition calling on innovators and entrepreneurs to come up with scaling up measurement for carbon, so it's a bit of a moving target. It's a cool to arms. But it's you know, I think it's opened a little people's eyes into the potential there. Can you explain a little bit more about the business model and how exactly this is going to be financed? So indigo is going to use its own money to pay them as initially and then settled on the. The so-called common credits to feed companies and other cultural companies what's in it for indigo? I know they've invested in authors of environmental initiatives. And that's kind of their main thing, but how are they going to benefit from this? So one of indigo businesses is selling my Kirby -als to form. So coating seeds with microbials, which is essentially what Sinaga as well, but using those microbials to help bombs reduce chemicals, Passat specializes, so that hoping is farmers turn to traditional soil-friendly methods that they can increase sales. The but also, if arm as have more organic and less pass tied less fertilizer used crops that increases the premium the famous can get and indigo also of his like an EBay for grains. But they offer this marketplace, where palm is combined sell that premium get grains to buzz so they hoping. It will kind of ties together. But I don't think we've said immediately in this scheme, how much to farmers stand to make because they're effectively being subsidised paid to do this. We'll exactly so indigo in two thousand nineteen says the pharmacies lineup this year. They'll pay fifteen dollars for every tonne of carbon. They've managed to store in the soil and this year, the hoping to sign up more than three thousand growers covering more than one million acres, and then eventually going to take these carbon credits and sell them onto company. Exactly Leslie, what do you think about that idea? Is it something that's just a novel need idea? Does it actually have the potential for a bigger impact? Why I think it's interesting because it's one of many efforts that we're starting to see to store more carbon as global emissions hit a record high last year. The gap between what the world should be doing to limit. The worst impacts of global warming and the reality of what's going up in the atmosphere is just growing, and so more people are thinking about what's called negative emissions acknowledges, and these are just ways to. Store carbon in the soil. Underground in the ocean in trees. It kind of covers any way that you're pulling CO two out of the air, and storing it or sequestering it in a place where it won't be released and soil has really been one of the most interesting areas for this sort of negative emissions technology because that's nature's own way of storing a lot of carbon. So in a way it's sort of a low hanging fruit. There's not some technological mystery about how this works so have been a lot of really interesting efforts to try and replenish, the carbon that stored in soil, which can be good for the fertility of the soil and for the crops, as well as good for the atmosphere and from agricultural point of view, the debate about how much bombing and agriculture contribute to emissions is also been growing, and I think policymakers, quite aware. Of the debate around that. And I think they're more actively wanting to find ways to help reduce negate emissions out of agricultural, farming and this is potentially one of the ways have you seen that, as well as yeah, there's a lot of emissions from the cultural sector a lot of greenhouse gas emissions. There's methane emissions from cows. There's emissions from easel trucks, there is a Monja emissions that arise when you fertilize the fields. There's a lot of different types of environmental impacts from farming that are coming under more of a focus. I mean here in the UK there's a lot of discussion over payments to farmers that would reflect sustainable farming practices and reflect the positive environmental impact of what farmers are doing mostly it'd be great to understand just how much of an impact farming has on greenhouse gas emissions as maybe compared to other sources. Well, most people don't instantly think of the farm, as a huge source think of sort of the coal power play. Belching black smoke. But in many countries agriculture is the second largest source of emissions after the power sector globally. It accounts around thirteen percent of greenhouse, gas, emissions now, different farms have different types of environmental impact so cattle farms dairy farms, have a larger impact on greenhouse gas emissions because of the methane that's emitted by cows and farming practices can also have a big impact on emissions and previously. This was overlooked, a lot of the efforts on decarbonisation have really focused on getting rid of coal and cleaning up the power sector, more renewable energy and farming is a very difficult sector to introduce change into because you have so many farmers so many different types of crops, but it's an area where a lot more companies and policymakers are increasingly focusing and how optimistic are people in the sector that initiatives like the indigo one, maybe two? Taken in aggregate are actually going to make a difference. I think there's going to be a lot more research and a lot more funding going into programs like this, we've seen researchers looking at what type of plants can help store more carbon in the soil. We've seen companies like indigo starting to pay farmers. So I think this is an area that's going to see a lot of growth. That was Lauren Fito took into Leslie hook environment correspondent, and Emiko tear is owner or commodities. Correspondent, thanks for listening. Don't forget, if you missed out on a recent episodes of the sale of suburbs auction house caring for dementia, sufferers or Kamala Harris in the race. For the democratic nomination, you can find them all on the usual podcast by booms. He is a few words from Dame. Helen Mirren telling us what she's a fan of. I'm a fan of platform heels on a fan of Fellini and Antonioni. I'm a fan of animation Yanni for me the greatest actors of all. I'm a fan of being a bad ass. I'm a fan of dressing up and glamorous outfits. I'm a fan of luxury. 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What is fetal tissue research? And why is it important to medicine?
"So let's talk about fetal tissue research. You've probably heard that. The Trump administration has made a determination that they are going to ban fetal tissue research. This is outrageous, and why why why do this? This is something that I'm grappling with. It doesn't make any sense to me. What is the reason for such a ban, the tissue exists, and the tissue can provide valuable information? The research on fetal tissue has done remarkable things. There was a statement that was issued from Janet. Polito Janet Napolitano said the Trump administration delta blow today to scientific discovery and medical advancement fetal. Tissue research, has helped find cures for millions of Americans who suffer from debilitating diseases while improving the quality of life for others. It has fundamentally changed the practice of medicine including advances in polio measles, and chickenpox vaccine's as well as treatments for Parkinson's and rheumatoid arthritis and cutting edge research on HIV and Alzheimer's disease. The importance of fetal tissue research, ham, be overstated and today's action is a step backward, for science, the university of California will continue to fight for the critical life, saving research that Americans have come to expect and rely on from our nation's scientific community. You know, when it comes to fetal tissue research, I think some people don't quite understand what we're talking about when, when abortion is performed. There is. Issue that is removed from the woman's uterus. That's the tissue that is the tissue. That is used. And there are ethics standards that are used in the procuring of that tissue. As a matter of fact, it was published recently by the American Medical Association in order to protect the interests of pregnant women as well as the integrity of science physicians who are involved in research, that uses human fetal tissues, should a of stained from offering money in exchange for fetal tissue. In all instances of the woman's voluntary informed consent in keeping with ethics guidance, including when using fetal tissue from spontaneous abortion. That's a miscarriage for purposes of research, or transplantation, informed, consent includes a disclosure of the nature of the research including the purpose of using fetal tissue as well as informing the woman of right to refuse to participate. In sure that when fetal tissue from an. Induced, emotion is used for research purposes. And that's when we talk about abortions, where usually not talking about a spontaneous abortion, we refer to that as a miscarriage. So induced abortion is the procedure where a woman has opted to terminate a pregnancy. So with that tissue the woman's decision to terminate the pregnancy is made prior to and independent of any discussion of using the fetal tissue for research purposes. Decisions regarding the technique used to induce abortion and the timing of the abortion in relation to the station age of the fetus are based on concern for the safety of the pregnant woman ensure that when fetal tissue is to be used for transplantation in research, or clinical care. The donor does not designate the recipient of the two tissue. Both the donor and the recipient of the tissue. Give voluntary informed consent and ensure that healthcare personnel involved in the termination of a pregnancy do not benefit from their participation. In the termination, or from use of the fetal tissue for transplantation. These are important ethical standards and there have been so many advancements through fetal tissue research, and those include a testing the efficacy of rubella, vaccines, detection, and treatment of our h in incompatibility, that's an immune system mismatch, between the mother and the fetus, the development of diagnostic techniques including amniocentesis, ultra Sinaga graffiti, and cry cry
"sinaga" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"I'm always one-sided straight-sets match. It was fantastic firm, Sinaga brilliant valley. Yeah. He's anyone fourteen ATP matches the six fewer than federal has grand slam. So the just the gap in experience, there was passed. But in the first set. It looked to me like you had a little bit of stage. Fright Sinaga like you almost allowed Federal Express himself, which once you once you've done that you'll, you'll toast really. But then he fought for really well, and made a match fit in the third set it was hot and sunny when he played definitely helped into net changed as your guts. I should've mentioned this didn't put in the piece. It was it was coming. The GOP. Like it was going to drizzle. And I wanted to come on wasn't three three. I wanted if you're not quite sure, whether it's doing here, I'd like to get this done, and I was in a moment of emotion. Wasn't a an otherwise serene performance attend. His press conference we asked whether he has any plans to because it goes famously when he played on the Sunday last, he flew back home, right in the intervening period, which is pretty extraordinary. I mean, I was not far away, but to take a little Joan team during a grand slam private jet will not is very borough brush, on going questions. I would say in that press conference we didn't get onto that we should have done. I mean he did mention the he can have two and a half days before he plays again. So I figured that, that's perhaps why he unlike the others decided he wanted to play Sunday, not much time. I think recovery is well, it's going to be the key to his tournament. It's all about getting it done. Getting it done quickly hit because it is more physical. And he has to keep his energy. It was at the last year, wasn't it, where he said, I've decided, I'm just not going to practice horrendous match. She played against Nishikori way couldn't find the strings. But don't you think clay, that's not an option for him. No probably not. But I mean but I think it is about a recovery because in Rome when he had to pay the toback matches didn't. And then you're wasn't feeling right the next day, but it's going to be no such. Prior to him on Philip shut shy just in between in a federal curb a sandwich, or should I say porta paver sandwich. We had Steph, sits us, who was Imma justic for. Recorded the preview will he did. He was. He was also to grumpy. I saw him at dinner last night. And trust me, that is not a Brian because this was not a glamorous restaurant. It was the only thing I mean is obsolete fine. But basically you go there, because it's it's next to the hotel, and you've tied to go anywhere. Else is really book standard pizza, and pastor and he, he was the most relaxed guy, I've never seen on the eve of a grand slam stay with his whole family. He had his sister sat on his knee. He was just, just loving it absolutely loving it and started feel bad for saying who's been grumpy during practice, but he was being grumpy during practice the drills he was doing I saw them almost reflected in the way that he's looking cross-court winner, his backhand weapon. But everything is so solid because he's like he's elegant touchy kind of player. I really strikes me is just how. Totally accurate. He is an he just doesn't give you the kind of silly eras. I mean, if you think about the Dimitrov comparison, maybe somebody else is a stylist and we'll come onto him. I'm sure that's nothing to get your teeth into. He just he gets it done point after point. And it's so playing the percentage of even though he looks elegant actually if you the ball is very steady. It's big targets and very small ch thinking all the way through beating which ephedra new predictions. I didn't they relations hip hop from from who I felt good about. She. She didn't go. Simon swapped with Charlie this year..
"sinaga" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"The Ryan Seacrest. All right. So what has have you heard the expression mom life crisis before? No. But I was just kind of like when I was thinking about this. I'm like, a kind of midlife crisis came to mind, but it's not I don't think it helped us numb and you're thirty something. Yeah. Thirty four. No. You wouldn't be your mid life though. I feel like this is a new mom situation. And what I'm going through, isn't it? I just can't get out of my head. I wanna get appear seen or a tattoo me to meet. Oh my gosh. We're all going through. Me. What are you really? What would you rather have both? I think at this point. I don't know because I I I'm trying to figure out if there's an underlying meaning to this like everything is essentially as going. Okay. It's like I'm really stressed right now, the whole new moms that you kind of have it down kids are sleeping through the night schedule. Yeah. So is it that I want to inflict pain on myself because life is going good. I just I don't know. I know what it is. What is that? I am having the same crisis. What is it? So for me, I'm forty four. What and thriving? Okay. My mother just fell off zipping. She's on a horse. Probably just fell off her nine thirty four. And I am about to turn thirty five later this month. Okay. That's seventy you're good forty four eighty eight. That's kind of midlife. Maybe I called fifty. So I'm not man, I'm on the cost. Anyway, I think this is what it is. Always. I'm always on the cusp accent frontside cost. It's amazing to fine line between being a cuss millennial and cost midlife crisis person. In a spectrum because I feel like you're close to my age. Yeah. Thirty eight. So you're right there with me. I'm on the cusp of midlife crisis. So you've been thinking about getting a tattoo. I have I really have. And here's why I think it is. Okay. I this you and I want to have some edge. Yes. Yes. We don't have like before. I was like, oh, I'm pregnant with twins. And here we go. And now we have in what I need like that next edge. Like, what is it? Right. We want edge in tattoos seem edgy appear. Piercing piercing not as much to me girl. I can get another piercing in my ear holes my ears. You want them up the side of your logo? The you know that calls really county right now. Yeah. Your love and it's called ear parties. Yeah. Well, I would if Sinaga negative tattoo you have to get one as well. Fresher her if you don't want to pressure. I'm asking. Yeah. I would do it. Do you know what you want get? That's a problem. And also, there's two problems in this mom crisis. I'm having one is where I get the tattoo and what I would get okay. Well, yeah, you have to really think about all of us here. Patties the only one with tattoos. I have a tattoo, Patty. I think you should get attacked two of the people that you're with the most still many people that's like us three right here. Four. Like something together. No, I want to be symbolic. I wanted to be so obvious. If to figure it out a little puzzle mystery, I will mind I want incorporate my children, I think let's say their names, maybe their initials, let's start with territory where? I don't know. I I I wouldn't mind doing my wrist or like my arm before I used to always cool. I used to like because I always thought I don't want that to show on my wedding day, but many days already passed Kelly repes- can swallow her married name on her wrist under arrest die. Where's the coolest place for a guy? I think four arm like right here too from in between your four inside inside of my form instead of your foreign. How do you agree? No, okay. Where your tricep probably it will look, really. Yes. Yeah. Done. She's I gotta go. Get one of those now. That is a really really good spot. I like it because if you're just wearing a tee shirt pokes his arms like those photos. Let's go do some dips. Going do some dips over the weekend. We'll get back to you. Why not you point seven FM, Venus, your style guide for women's fashion and swimwear getting you ready for warmer. Dave and hotter.
Saudi coalition launches airstrike against Yemen separatists
"Saudi led coalition has launched airstrikes in Yemen. For the first time since a ceasefire plan was agreed to last month for the key port city of ho Dana as NPR's Jane Arraf reports the strikes targeted the capital Sinaga about one hundred forty miles away the coalition says it was targeting a military base in drones at Santa's international airport. The rebel-held. Government says the strikes hit a food factory near the airport and the plastics factory. Let's despite talks in December in which the two sides agreed to a plan for a ceasefire. And the withdrawal of forces from the Red Sea port of who data who's he rebels earlier this month dropped bombs carried by drones on a military parade near the government held city of Aden, killing at least seven people, including military intelligence chief Yemen, civil war started five years ago when rebels captured the capital the fighting has killed tens of thousands of civilians. The UN says more than twenty million more. People are at risk of
"sinaga" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"When the whistle goes at the beginning of the game, the whistle ends at the end of the game, and it's it's close by definition competitive, and I think it comes down to what happens in the, you know, manages fired when things go wrong players dropped, and you know that keeping things as they are send a signal failure is just tolerated. I'm rewarded with. In American sock. And to me, this is the true test of whether we're a true footballing nation. That's a good point because the first step to true change needs to be accountability at all levels. David. I'm not sure if we are real footballing nation, but for me, this is the litmus test. That's a very good point. I think that's one thing about being super-efficient being super Wilbur on. The other thing is demanding, great standards. I don't think Chelsea's Ron is superficial organization. I don't think Roman Abramovich allows it to go and be that way, but there is a commitment to win throughout that organization which has been a sea change from what happened before. Roman Abramovich came in and bought the club. So I do think a commitment to win. I think counter -bility Sunil has been there for a very long time. He's up for election and the beginning of the year. I think Juta term limits that he himself has helped an act. He can only run for one more term. Even if he goes in, it's going to be interesting to see if he's opposed a lot of name surfacing for people who might challenge him for that role. Some of those names would be clear people who would continue the Sinaga Lottie raging. I think it's going to be interesting. I think the first thing they can have to do is one assumes that arena has gone as coach. One assumes that they're going to have to announce a new coach quickly. It's not like the US are going to stop playing football. They're lot more international dates. They need to have a coach in place, woke Cup, Centenario. To tell you see the singular tweeted us to say US soccer president, THEO, Epstein. Gest, but God is four Cury is ridded the Red Sox of that curse. The cubs of this. When in the Wilco piece of pissed gillnet the took them accountability. David, the media, we say, quickly, critical role. I mean, critical critical aligns depend on it, and the growth of the game is Alexi taking this huge amount of crap when he criticized the US Michael Bradley firing back that the lion doesn't care about the opinion of the sheep, but it should be normal. The media do criticize off the terrible results that has to be the future. I mean, we do from this point on it should not be an issue when the media speaking, we need a mediator, not just friends with football is because they all want grew the game. It's in their self interest to grew the game important, a positive face, but we need that critical element. Look, I think there is a sense. I think it was very interesting. Taylor went on ESPN at EVA's FC or ESPN proper last night with with the great mix and. You know, said, look, this is off camera. We have the loves off and we talk about this, but on camera we tend to be some, I'm paraphrasing, but on camera we don't say the things that we say off camera and I do believe that one responsibility of the media, our selves included is to say the things on Mike on camera that we say off camera there is sometimes a tendency in this country where people get very, very sensitive about the national team that you've got to find a way to to support support z. hung USA USA USA USA that not everything is said, and there is a little bit too much. You know. You know, we are very, very quick in the media to I'm gonna leave politic out of this because I think that he has older promise in the world, but there have been tendencies, Michael Bradley, one of the top five plays in the world and his position all of this sort of Julian green yet over inflation..
"sinaga" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"sinaga" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"Rests on this idea that we're going to have these extremely large often very messy data sets and making the correlations and filtering out the the messy stuff that doesn't. That's an outlier rate. So is there an inherent tension between using these kinds of systems and address the kinds of problems that you're talking about and how do you. To address that? Yes, they're definitely is attention. And I think one of the curious things that's happened since we've started to play with this is it has caused us to not only re examine what we're doing within machine learning. But what we're doing in research in general, our research is not very supportive or friendly to diversity, and we've basically transferred that to our machine learning. The silver lining to this is that it's made it possible to talk about things like stereotype and prejudice and bias and blind spots with hard scientists. Previously. This what was called soft science was seen as something very fuzzy and an in determinant and didn't have sufficient hard edges, but because the machines make it manifest, it becomes a topic that is respected in that that people will pay attention to end engage in. And finally. Just curious about how your research has changed. As I understand you've been involved in more inclusive and accessible technology for decades now since the nineties. So what we're saying the okay, even better. So what were some of the things that you were working on when you begin and how has that sector of all from the early years to where you are now? So I I got into this when personal computers were just coming out the Tenney model, one hundred. Texas instrument and that apple two plus one of the trends that I've found are one of the the directions that I've taken in my research is I've realized that we need open systems. We need transparent systems in order to serve individuals or to create systems that work for people with disabilities or that work for diversity. If a system is a black box, if it is a closed system, then there's no way to query it. And there's no way to to challenge who you've excluded an that is is a really dangerous thing that happens. We have the possibility now that we have network systems and collective production or lots of people can contribute to a design are to development that we can design our systems for diversity, meaning that we can personalise them. We can customize them. We can make them flexible so that they address our personal needs. And then if there are gaps or there are things that are there for particular requirements that someone might have, then we can call upon a larger network of individuals around the globe to help us to fill those gaps. But all of that requires a system that encourages supports sharing you to thank so much you come you to travel is the director of the inclusive design research center and professor at Okay'd university. She joined me here in our Toronto studio. Cyborgs replicant androids in pop culture. They've long challenged us to think about what it really means to be human. We can look back as far as Ovid's Pygmalion opponent an artist who falls in love with a sculpture that then comes to life, or you know the nineteen Eighty-three made for TV movie Pygmalion. Has some feelings. I didn't not any feelings that we need about. Have you. All right. So breeding cockney girl to life isn't quite the same thing, but whether it's a sculpture or a cyborg, there's something compelling about the idea of an artificial being that has consciousness like McCoy Sinaga in ghost in the shell. I feel fear called alone. Sometimes down there. I even feel hope when I float weightless back to the surface, I imagine I'm becoming someone else and here it spark. Our favorite example is the nineteen eighty two movie Bladerunner and the replicant ROY Batty. Moments, we lost. In time. Dike. Teased. Right..
President, Kim Kardashian and Flu discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"For stenography court reporting slash captioning It's cetera et cetera in wants to know if we have any interest in transcripts, in all seriousness Ashley and and your. Notice absolutely charming your lovely gal I wish. You well in your future but exactly the last thing, on earth we want to exist of this show is the. Crap we say in print everything will worsen print anyway Yeah Yeah. Interesting there's a book out currently by a stenographer that's getting a Fairmont. Attention she was Obama's dog for every president has a number of anger for read about. This and I I didn't realize this is obviously, true but every utterance of a president is by definition newsworthy or, historic? Right it's it's to be. Preserved so they hire Sinaga I to take down everything a president says all day long and and she got plucked out of obscurity as a twenty something we need a novel sudden you're following around the president of the United States all over the world and wouldn't interesting thing to do and she's written a book about. It That. Would be a cool job to have Need to. Be. Present for a lot of historical things absolutely would have access that that people like prostitutes themselves and stab others in. The eye, for, an entire career to get but with no None of the weight that comes with it you're not you're. Not. You're not you don't need to do anything other than pipe down the words that the president is is you're pretty. Good it's fine Imagine it's it's a. Great game Yeah. There's, some controversy about that book. Jack let's not get into that I wasn't going to lease rights to answer. Your question of. Dozen, ocean view get old new no I moved from Sacramento to. A house on the Oregon coast overlooking the ocean for half the price of my California home, every day is unique and stunning but, she's a faculty from day one but she. Does not mention she's been there that's. The very gist of our? Question, does it get old eventually well if, you've been there for a month your testimony is worthless. To us before I had kids I had a chance. To look at the sunset overnight now I. Never see, the sunset matzos bedtime But. I had a great view of the sunset sunset from where I lived and I looked at, it every single night for I don't, know five years or something while you're blind. And never got tired of it it. Never got tired of it? Once, or wasn't one night that I looked, out there and I thought that's frigging awesome so I've. Always wondered if you had a great view if you. Get tired of it or would stay awesome Like to find that out some. Day Casey writes Jack Joe here's that billion dollar idea guys are always looking for it's on the topic of over prescribed antibiotics in, how Yahoos demand them at the doctor whether they need them or not Create a placebo sugar pill the doctors can prescribe, to patients that demand antibiotic even though they have a. Viral infection threefold benefits number one the doctors get to look. Like heroes to. Their patients whose viral infection. Will, go away on its own anyway to help with slowing, the evolution of. Superbugs and three you guys will cut me, on five percent of your prophet so that's nice that's a really good idea Casey but it needs to have a. Fancy, drug sounding name plaza Ville platitude maybe they could have done that uncanny west Kim Kardashian took, him to, the, emergency, room over the weekend because he had flu like symptoms. Probably from scooping poop Andy he has the flu and he went there and they got, him an antibiotic and he left That's what the story says that will do no good has influence, but I'm guessing if Kim Kardashian and Kanye west shows. Up with the flu you give him an antibiotic and sent. Him home and. He thinks thank God I. Got, this antibody right yeah right get let's see we have, a number how. Much time do we have Michael very little, boy maybe we'll get into that later so topic in itself went to the emergency room with the flu must've felt. Terrible, for fellow John writes we need Russia to help us with war with China Iran or both I hope you're, wrong dude Wow. Wow Topic of Chicago's new status as the Iraqi capital of America because it's got lots of..
"sinaga" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Atlanta's seventy, two degrees in college park I'm libra here's here's what's happening over four hundred and fifty parents who entered the US, illegally are no longer in the country even though. Their children are still in use custody Mark. Mayfield has more in a court filing the Trump administration says that they are reviewing the cases of those four hundred sixty three parents could hamper efforts to meet a Thursday deadline to reunite over twenty five hundred immigrant children over age. Five who were separated from their parents government lawyers also said that over nine hundred parents may not be. Eligible to be reunited with their children at number includes those parents who have already left the US nearly nine hundred parents. Already have been reunited with their. Children a few other headlines for you a music teacher is in jail facing sex crime charges in Cheerokee county investigators. Urging parents to call the sheriff's office if their, child took music lessons from Jason young he taught privately. From his home and Torridge of. Aggravated child molestation was filed against him rescue crews have been able to find a missing woman on lake Near the hall county sheriff's office says Madeleine Sinaga couldn't make it back to a sailboat on, Sunday afternoon after she went for a swim they've. Been searching in the area of federal park. Foul play isn't suspected Nassau and the NFL players association are getting together to help all players create businesses the two year program will feature workshops aimed at showing the players how they can use technologies originally created for the space program. To build their own startup companies the players association works to help players find new career opportunities after their. Days on the gridiron are over so the agreement seems like a good fit for them NBA action now the Mavericks have. Officially resigned Dirk Nowitzki for what. Will be his NBA record twenty first season with the same franchise Novitsky originally didn't have his option picked up but. That was because Dallas needed salary cap space to, sign the Andre Jordan the forty year old German is. Six all time with thirty one. Thousand one hundred and eighty seven career points expect showers and thunderstorms Later this morning we'll see mostly cloudy skies with a high near eighty five. Right now seventy two degrees in east point for news and talk thirteen eighty w I'm libra Harris now here's a look at traffic Thanks good morning I'm, Stephanie stallworth this traffic update sponsored by Kubota had crashes twenty east at post, twenty east at. Fulton industrial connected north at twenty twenty five north at camp creek Parkway and if you're travelling eighty five south Chinese those delays. Out getting past state route to eleven all. Because of that earlier tractor. Trailer wreck.
"sinaga" Discussed on KGO 810
"Oh he was doing Like, a selfie video For TMZ Good. Very good talk to us President Trump. I just saw your press conference we. President Putin, and he was embarrassing I mean you stood there like little with noodle like a little, fan boy was asking windy gonna ask. Him for an autograph. For self, you something like that I mean you literally, sold out that, this press conference. Our intelligence community our, Justice system it was the country. The president of the United States you shouldn't do that? And, what's the. Matter with you I mean whatever happened, to the strong, words to the. Strength of Ronald Reagan, menu stood there the Berlin Wall. Mr. Gorbachev tear down. This wall what happened all that That you know. I always, like to joke noodle I mean I did a. Video last night and. I didn't, get time to finish at any input, that I, found the the Reagan you, know Mr. Gorbachev tear down that wall and it was it was pretty remarkable I. Mean he would. If from, what I actually. You know when I heard him speak it will mean I forget, sometimes how. Reagan actually, went and got on a roll that was good. I, mean he's an, actor I, get it good job and then you compare to this guy you know so here's here's where everything stands. Is that the Russian investigation now what happened yesterday I mean. Mark Warner and a, couple other Democrats came out and, said that, was impeachable stuff that he did yesterday I'm contradicting on on record what our intelligence agencies, are saying, and then of course going back in Lyon backing, for I mean I. Had I, was going to play an interview with one of his Sinaga offers that, you know they stopped using stenographers because Trump all previous administrations. All the? Way back To. Eisenhower whenever he did a public speak you always had somebody. There taking notes the, people asked does not everything was. Always recorded, so they wanted somebody Sinaga for always getting everything around right well now Trump hates that, so they, she she didn't have a job the White House, to Naga for quit Yeah well she didn't, fire they didn't everything anything to do You know, one of the things though about this administration's always bothered me the most is the thing that's bothered me, something about in life and at the end of the day you know what Trump at. All really are bullies and you'll see it and hear it when you hear about what Kushner his company is. Real estate company did to people that were living in property he. Wanted him out because he wanted to turn it into, condos so you'll you'll flip when you hear what he did it's. Actually pretty gross. And involves getting rats. And. Them, into houses I'm..
"sinaga" Discussed on Download
"Speakers you sit down you might sit on the speaker so do you like the sound bar i d i because i have a hard time believing that it's actually like jill that at work this out bar was great when i lived in a studio in boston and i didn't have a whole lot of room to fill and then when i moved into our house still nice but slightly less effective so pairing it with a couple of play fives helped lot sinaga says the three sound system something like that and it's like that's certainly helps but i don't think it's a all in one replacement like this is really an especially i think there's a price drop because i remember my original sound bar was four ninety nine or something a lower amount of their catoon play bass and this is going to play bass they're saying has more speakers so it's better for your rooms in the new one is what's it called yeah the beam smaller spaces and smaller needs and smaller rooms yeah i don't know like here's where i'm kind of back and forth on his i'm like well i could buy the beam or i could pay an extra fifty bucks and get to home pods and the home pots not only hook up to airplay too but also do some other things so i'm like if i wanna pay for just one you know speaker area what i rather do this one or would i rather go with a company that's their their sound coverage is pretty good like i love sonos but i've i'm leaning more towards the home pot in this capacity but if you're if you're doing something other than watching video on the napa tv you're not going to be able to listen to audio with better if you have a system.
"sinaga" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Exactly it's a very the senate is a place where we're dealing with blue slips of paper we vote with pen and paper and thumbs up thumbs down the senate just voted to allow babies on the floor for sinaga agra duckworth exactly there's it's a little slow behind the times but things are changing what about ryan bounds in oregon you mentioned brennan but what what about ryan silver am houses getting his hearing in the senate judiciary committee on wednesday and the reasons why he so controversial is similar to brennan but democrats say it's even worse because he doesn't have permission from either one of his home state senators to proceed ryan bounces from oregon neither ron wyden nor jeff merkley have returned their blue slips to the committee to allow that nomination to proceed he's a young conservative lawyer could serve on this appeals court for decades he has also come under fire for some pretty controversial writings that he had a produce while as an undergraduate at stanford university i will make a clear that ryan bounce has apologized for those writings and disavow those writings but regardless democrats and liberal outside groups working to kill his nomination have pointed to those writings to say that is unacceptable for a lifetime nominee now the ninth circuit court which covers california hawaii alaska arizona and a bunch of other states has a reputation for being liberal but they also make some very significant decisions striking down president trump's travel ban why does the trump administration have its is set on the ninth circuit and does bounce nomination fit in with the rest of the judges on the circuit it has his sights on the ninth circuit precisely for the reason that you said because it has stymied so many of his initiatives you're talking about the travel ban the district judge and the night circuit blocked also his sanctuary cities executive order so that's become a real target of the president's twitter especially he's tweeted about the ninth circuit at least four times during his presidency but it's also been a longtime target for conservatives who say for civil the this region is way too vast as the largest in the country it needs to be.
Trump freezes out chief of staff John Kelly, says he's "tired of being told 'no'"
"Vicki thomas with the exclusive details the competency hearing delayed until may third for carlos brooks because all the information on his psychiatric evaluations are not complete he's charged in the murder of officer glenn dos junior family members are speaking out for the first time about the night of the deadly shooting we're all victims and you know what we need more awareness when it comes to mental illness and excuse me where are the police tapes that where are the nine one one call five times that they were called within forty five minutes that they didn't show because because he was having a mental breakdown at frank murphy hall of justice vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty new this evening former senator daniel akaka of hawaii has died he was ninety three the democrat the first native hawaiian elected to congress he was a fourteen year veteran of the house when he was appointed to replace the late senator spark met sinaga in nineteen ninety keiko survived in the senate for more than two decades before retiring in two thousand thirteen he spent a dozen years pushing a bill that would give ethnic hawaiians the same rights already extended to many native americans and alaskan natives but the bill was consistently blocked white house chief of staff john kelly reportedly pressuring the president to get rid of epa chief scott pruitt but there are reports the president's freezing out kelly because he's tired of being told no almost immediately trump chafed under this very strong chief of staff someone who was limiting the information that was coming to limited the people he can meet with and what we're seeing across the board is trump becoming a lot more confident in his ability to do the job political white house reporter met news bump says kelly is losing his influence and the white house us coastguard says an oil leak in a utility line the straits of mackinac may have been caused by shipping activity crews have been working to clear the lines that leaked the six hundred gallons of mineral oil earlier this week at this point no new indications of pollution w w j news time five thirty six we'll check traffic and weather together for you get ready for the weekend in two minute and now.
"sinaga" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Record straight saying no i was just having a pregnancy brain moment and this man potentially saved my life so that's one good samaritan story is a good story yes and one of the most bizarre celebrity stories it's been going around for the last couple of days and it keeps building and building is apparently tiffany haddish who is an upcoming actress she recently hosted snl she started girls trip she's very funny she's kind of a rising star she gave a new interview with g q and mentioned that she was at her first big celebrity party and it was hosted by beyond saying jay z when an actress who apparently either was drunk or was on drugs or something went up to beyond say and actually bit her in the face hashtag who bit beyond say has been trending for the last two straight days and of course tiffany wouldn't say who the actress was she didn't want to get into that but then chrissy teigen and everyone else started speculating who the actress was and it turns out it looks like it's an actress named sinaga leith and she has been in she's been sort of in bit parts here and there are some you might recognize wait wait bitten parts she a bid parts might recognize her if you saw her but now that's the big controversy beyond as people will not say anything they don't want the story to go any further and but sonali 'then has actually tweeted that she didn't do anything if she ever did bite beyond say it would be a love by so the but that's the latest on this this seems to be the mo the story that will not go away everyone of course protective of beyond say space wants to know who bit her but apparently beyond say told tiffany haddish tiffany let it go because tiffany saw it happen and she said let it go don't worry about it this girl is on drugs she's not normally like that but so she was obviously partying on some sort of molly or something but yeah molly say molly is like it's like ecstasy but it's stronger stronger yeah dna is what it's called and they call it moly really i i i don't do that stuff i have no idea it's.
"sinaga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And yeah thought it was a great tech can i thought it was an old tape can i don't care we'll see what this game do i'm not sure if he's a first round he's got some talent he didn't do much anything is first two years and i would have said there is a better chance that he would be cut before the season's started then he could step up and have the kind of see zinni ad i know you liked them from day one and it took three years for that potential to come to the fore but he's at a dynamite season for the eagles what's been the difference this year why has this been the bust out year for now sinaga la our to bury maybe three three one is confident that sparked reform old are you in a play where you are much more carpenter player than he has been in the past two years of neglect less uh pressure on him to be the number one thing bringing in alshara and tori sort of help um uh sort of still into a role in this beacon level i think that's always been i think that's also been a fig leaves a four six success the trade of jordan mathews salon dog training camp before trying to chop off you'll make it work um and then in boom nelson to that slots of this you know allowing him to go about playing that sort of thoroughly resealed position and i think that's to help him out and uh they've gone towing quite frankly i think he's the best why we see restarting their most complete why we she look uh when it comes to ask lettuce doesn't speed of believe it makes guys miss um i think he he still it's just scratching the surface i mean i i look forward to seeing what he's like next year you know when he comes back he plays a role in the all threats when its confidence is sky high got the talent is there i it really years but i just think um they lessens the pressure on him and uh he's sort of into that role and you start the game some confidence there and it started in the first game scores touchdowns and the redskins gang was nato unbelievable scrambling to stay alive and nelson calls you yes all i think from that from that.
"sinaga" Discussed on Super Station 101
"You know cy wish he bit luckier dade weight so catfish is completely fake wrote starting with season 3 it became fake uh entertaining i mean how hard it already doing it how hortas it to get people on to the show that have a a fake relationship you know after probably season through these people were oxygen on tireless sure i imagine catfish exactly i dunno i would scenery yet but i keep wiring her money and energy are grandparent awful about three anonymous veil at work a leg about two hundred dollars a week over here effects that you areas that give something that you mci that water that water heaters giving her fits every day nonus added i think seattle webcam that latvia that all a day but my girlfriend in oklahoma heck here can't wait to get facetime exactly how the foot she said afoot but her entire come under ngai alaska's tsunami okay so we we talked about just doing everything in one segment between this alaska's tsunami in the hawaii missile test that was sent out same you said that it took so long for the government or the governor to say hey there is actually no crisis why why did it take though while the the guy couldn't remember his password to governor why could not remember his hired word ted his that would her account that really work what is with could we not a tweet like i'll tell you got guys addison serious emma i saw it i saw that i saw that and they're always listened to you i mean there are toilet drains and battery those long i hate terry series of good for nothing it she never answer the question ever i mean i'll be okay i you know i was trying to find out something about you know the nfl as the roster for the vikings in a google searched don't give it to me italy could just give him the entire list now good for not sounds good for your fired siri and then nothing you frustration more than trying to get a question to see a not it's this we're on the same page and i keep trying hobeika trimbe and eyes google search of myself i can already founded by now further lord problem sia bags he added is evident for where complaining about this but as a as very possible sinaga milosevic cancel it that.
"sinaga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Dot com the camera johnson second free throw it away rim glass it is sugars touch sixty four 52 tar heels berry will pick up jackson cj jackie dribbles up you could some cushite about two strides by very tightens up as they reach the rigged a pass deflected by berry picked up by jackson eighteen to shoot pulse we left rodrigue west sinaga switch way is to act suggest past debates diop takes picks an off the valves ticks out the dockage extra give like water rhythm three projected exaggerate record last week's i'd lottery about pits it at a silly fouled bates diop who was beaten in position and hit a from the rear that is there really dan foul there especially with with the tar heels shooting free throws so bates diop picks up his third foul more boldest free throws as we of eight fouls side meets in line right what is it out earlier he is smothered debates the up he really got he's a very versatile defender which is really what he briefly pay more day more than anything else for north carolina first free throw good for pizza he six sixes long long arms it's quick so we can guard a point guard he got a four he got a lot of different sleep secondly throat good mukai eyeball righttoleft every time it feels like the pont guys fraud within a small spurt were caruana has created breeding jackson called the western bp screen just past the top beats the up lob to west muscling in on day fake its fouled hard very sort of the year laid on help great fake by western after a drop so the lesson is very good feet good moves locals connecticut better condition but this can be very useful points gave europe it is surprised but he can be a really good blast was one shot a luke maye that's his bird so wesson mind left he's been a blind quite a bit these last few possessions first free throw all the way is good six thirteen to go sixty six fifty three in free throws largely in these last few bits.
"sinaga" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"It's got to be more sinaga football diff i got the cowboys called i wanna be offensive lineman right like it just hang up the phones like okay allah alcohol you bet like you jinkou the and give him ten years two hundred million dollars you keep these players lovelier the chicago bulls a team who just traded here future area franchise near looking towards the future and you've jordan bella guy who would probably sign immediately for them that's at the height i don't i don't hate them selling the pick bike had he's gonna be a lot more valuable golden state than here fischer i just i don't i know was like three point five million another just can been at hor like i was reading on the white sox they're literally on that it's going to pocket arcos by his bobby jackson coming back it's going to be hurt by so i unlike you could have got a future acid a pretty much anything like it gives a future pick yet on some the because they would ruin joined bill the he would have been africa run the off vista the pass up back to rhonda uh and look to man game by the bulls thayn if we're we oblige vitals iowa the worst wraps bowls and terrible night they by the way too long the way below market value in my mind that i don't think they hold onto into law of bang like i think they traded him i think if they waited two weeks ago have traded with celtics like this others wanted either paul george or jimmy butler dan age probably i call them look were were not make any traits night calls back in two weeks now data and cannot enisa's guy out here now any chris for done and even now.