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Yordan Alvarez's two home runs propel the Astros over the Mets

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last week

Yordan Alvarez's two home runs propel the Astros over the Mets

"Win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings as the Houston Astros beat the New York mets 8 to two Arkady struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Jose Altuve Gordon Alvarez and Jose Siri hit home runs for the Astros Michael Brantley Alex Bregman and Mauricio dubon collected a pair of hits while Kyle Tucker smacked the bases clearing double Eduardo Escobar went deep for the mets Adam Spillane Houston

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Dan Bongino: Sarah Palin Is the Real Deal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last month

Dan Bongino: Sarah Palin Is the Real Deal

"One of the things I always respected about you is early on when I was one big nobody you probably am nobody's other people still but whatever When no one knew who I was You got behind me And I never forget when your people reached out and said you know the governor wants to help and it's not just me You didn't get behind people who were fashionable candidates You got behind people who are conservatives I remember a candidate you endorsed in the Maryland governor's race who had candidly no chance of winning but he was a real conservative and you believed in him He was a friend of mine And he was so inspired by that and I just want people to know that you're not some act This is you're the real deal I saw it I meant it and I want everyone to understand that That did you backed me up and many others not just me You know when used your power and your social media and your voice to help those people And I think even though it's one congressional seat I think it means a lot if you are sitting at it I appreciate that And if nothing else I am thankful for the discernment that I have that I believe God has put in my spirit a discernment for it Who's good And who's fake and who's phony and who's not capable and who were the good guys and you definitely find your top top of the list of thank you These others whom I had the privilege of endorsing early early on like Rand Paul He endorsed me yesterday and he reminded me Siri you were there when nobody else would Be there for me You helped me when nobody else would People knew my dad but they didn't know me Ted Cruz is one that says I wouldn't be in the United States center if it worked for Sarah Palin but by the way he hasn't come out and endorsed me yet However you know it's not You better get on that Jimbo Governor we're on a lot of stations where I'm one of the biggest ones in Texas WB AP We love you senator You gotta get on that

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Ben Ferguson: Democrats Will Take Away Your Children's Medical Rights

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 6 months ago

Ben Ferguson: Democrats Will Take Away Your Children's Medical Rights

"And I want you to remember what happened after they tried to tell you that critical race theory wasn't actually being taught when we all know that Kirk ray Siri is actually being taught in our schools What do they do Well then there was a letter that was sent A letter that was sent for the Department of Justice out to everybody in America all these different people telling you that you need to start curating parents like they are domestic terrorists that they show up At school board meetings if they organize Facebook groups or they send blunt messages or call their elected officials or they yell at them or they're angry at them at school board meetings that they should be treated like they are a member of Al-Qaeda Or ISIS And then what happened We saw parents actually getting arrested And we saw the left say parents shouldn't have a right to decide what is taught to your children I'm sure they'll tell you that didn't happen either It did and we have the audio to prove it But it's interesting where we are now Just change the subject Get rid of critical race theory and I'm warning all parents and grandparents right now This is my warning If there's nothing else you remember from tonight from this show I want you to remember this what happened with critical race theory is nothing compared to what Democrats are about to do to parents They are moving forward to take away all of your medical rights of your children

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"siri" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"siri" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"It's TED Talk daily. I'm your host, Elise Hugh. Hey, so when you played this podcast, did you tap your device to start it or just use your voice to ask your voice enabled digital assistant to start playing it? In her talk from Ted at BCG in 2021, customer experience pro Karen lelouch towards me gives us a glimpse of where these smart digital assistants are headed. How they'll align even more closely with our lives and talks through how we should prepare for what's to come. Hi, I'm yummy moon. I'm here today. And I'm Felix the world to me. We're friends and professors at Harvard Business school. And together, we host after hours, a podcast from the Ted audio collector. On the show, we discuss news at the crossroads of business and culture. The season we're covering everything from the future of Twitter to the chicken sandwich wars in fast food. We talk about big tech, the housing crisis. And we also talk about latest consumer trends. Like why is everyone wearing Crocs and trading NFTs? So check out the latest after hours wherever you listen to podcasts. Support for ted-talks daily comes from progressive. Are you thinking more about how to tighten up your budget these days? Drivers who saved by switching to progressive save over $700 on average and customers can qualify for an average of 6 discounts when they sign up. A little off your rate each month goes a long way, get a quote today that progressive dot com. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. National annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed who saved with progressive between June 2020 and May 2021, potential savings will vary, discounts vary and they're not available in all states and situations. Support for TED Talk daily comes from Capital One, Capital One believes everyone deserves better banking, meaning easier access to your money and more security and that's why Capital One is investing in machine learning. They're fighting fraud with random forests, giving mobile app outages the causal model anomaly detection treatment, and speeding up online shopping with machine learning at the edge. Search, machine learning at Capital One to explore more Capital One. What's in your wallet? It's Monday morning. You've just received a voice notification from your voice assistant. Good morning. There's a new pair of pants on sale at your favorite store. Last week, while wearing a smart glasses you were drawn to a similar pattern a colleague, would you like to wear them to the party on Thursday? I suggest you skip the movers tomorrow night to afford them. Say yes, to validate the purchase. Let me know if I should also find a gift for your host. I can make suggestions based on your budget and her public Instagram profile. Say yes, to proceed. Yes. So, thrilling or scary. Because this is how our future could look like very soon. As a working mom, I find it exciting. I would love to stop doing Google searches. Wasting time doing Amazon's crawling, budget calculation or optimizing my calendar. What is thrilling is the prospect of having a companion that would cater specifically to my needs and requests. Just imagine it could do things like using my heart rate to tweak my Starbucks order to reduce caffeine. It could take into account my lunch and the number of steps I've walked to tailor a workout for me. It could even align with my friends smart assistant to craft evening plans that would fit everyone budget, calendars, and locations. Obviously, these scenario could easily lean towards the scary. This is why there needs to be regulation in place. All users all consumers should always remain in full control of data they share and on which type of recommendations they agree to get or not to get. Now, recommendation engines powered by artificial intelligence are not new, far from it. We actually use them multiple times a day already. On average, 70% of the time spent on YouTube is on videos recommended by their algorithm. And you may also own a wristband that you use to track your sleep or monitor your workouts, and there's the first generation of voice enabled virtual assistants. You know, like Google Home or Amazon Alexa, that you can use to change the temperature of your room. Your car as well is probably equipped with the same things that can help you manage your music or give you directions, hands free. But there is one thing that all these tools have in common. They leverage AI to help you in one specific area of your life, your home, your car, your health, they stay in the lane. Now, imagine a new generation of voice assistants that crosses all lanes that synchronize everything. So you may ask, why hasn't this happened already? Because there are two technological bricks that are critical to make this happen that are still missing. One is voice. These tools must be able to understand everything we say. And clearly this is not the case today. For my kids, maybe yours as well. Siri is still an endless source of fun. They like asking very simple questions and still get very confused answers. Two breadths. They must be able to provide a large range of recommendations to cover whatever we may need. So take players are still working on cracking those two elements, voice and breath. On voice, as I said, Alexa, Google Home, Siri and the likes. They don't understand us entirely and systematically for now. Actually, understanding human language is difficult. It's as much about the context as it is about the words themselves. And think about the accents or background noise. It's already very difficult for Americans to understand French people speaking English. So can you imagine how difficult it can be for a robot? So tech players are working hard on this. In 2018, Google launched an investment program for startups that would work with their Google Home suites. And since then, they have invested in over 15 companies. Amazon has 10,000 employees working on Alexa voice technologies. So they will eventually crack the voice issues. The smart assistance will be able to understand what we say, the meaning of the words in their context..

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Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 7 months ago

Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

"William Federer has written a book called the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it which its effectively the prequel to America's freedom, William Federer, welcome to the program. Great to be with you. Hey, I mean, the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it. Most of us know so little about the 16th century. We don't think of it as treacherous or non treacherous. What are we talking about here? What is that what is it that got you to write this book? You've written so many books on history. It's a joy to talk to you on any historical subject. But I love it when you come out with a book like this, because you really have done your homework and we get to benefit. What is it that why do you call it the prequel to America's freedom? What did they leave? Well, Europe was ruled by kings and it was being invaded by the sultan of Turkey. The Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent he was surrounding Vienna. So backdrop, the Muslims conquered all of North Africa, which used to be Christian. There were 250 Catholic diocese along North Africa. Muslims invaded Spain and held it for 700 years and they were just driven out in 1492. So just a couple of years earlier, the Muslims had controlled Egypt for 600 years. It had been founded by the Christian face Mark that wrote the gospel of Matthew Mark Luke and John. And then Siri was completely Christian for 6 centuries of angiotensin by the apostle Paul until Khalid Omar conquers it. And the Turks convert to Islam and they invaded to what is today Turkey and all 7 churches mentioned in the book of revelation are wiped out and then they finally cross the Bosporus and conquer Constantinople in 1453 and then finally they're invading Europe and surrounding Vienna Austria the year 1529. So here we have an Islamic invasion into Europe and just a couple of years earlier the reformation started 1517 with Martin Luther. And so Europe has an inside outside chaos going on and the Holy Roman Emperor is the king of Spain. Charles V now the title Holy Roman Emperor means he's sort of responsible for defending Christendom. And so here he is wanting to defend against the Islamic invasion. At the same time, he is inherited all the new world, right? Columbus discovered it for Ferdinand Isabella. And so he's taking the gold from the new world to fit out his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean

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Alter Ego (MM #3888)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Alter Ego (MM #3888)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I was talking about avatars. If you've seen the new Fox TV show called alter ego, you get some sense of what avatars are. Now, in this case, it's not your normal business avatar where you walk into McDonald's and it takes your order. It's about somebody becoming somebody else. Somebody who sings in the background and thanks to technology can become something else on the screen. Alter ego is a good look into what AI based avatar technology is about to become. AI powered avatars are about to take over many tasks that most people don't want to do anymore. Most people don't want to handle how easy is it to find a banker, a real estate agent in the middle of the night, getting somebody to help you with just menial things. The menial service industry task that nobody wants to pay for, nobody wants to do if you can have a smartphone or a computer screen, or a jumbotron at a concert, you can see AI happening. Imagine Siri or Alexa or even Google Assistant with a face that can talk back to you and interact with you. It's coming, and alter ego the TV show on Fox is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Alter Ego (MM #3888)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Alter Ego (MM #3888)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I was talking about avatars. If you've seen the new Fox TV show called alter ego, you get some sense of what avatars are. Now, in this case, it's not your normal business avatar where you walk into McDonald's and it takes your order. It's about somebody becoming somebody else. Somebody who sings in the background and thanks to technology can become something else on the screen. Alter ego is a good look into what AI based avatar technology is about to become. AI powered avatars are about to take over many tasks that most people don't want to do anymore. Most people don't want to handle how easy is it to find a banker, a real estate agent in the middle of the night, getting somebody to help you with just menial things. The menial service industry task that nobody wants to pay for, nobody wants to do if you can have a smartphone or a computer screen, or a jumbotron at a concert, you can see AI happening. Imagine Siri or Alexa or even Google Assistant with a face that can talk back to you and interact with you. It's coming, and alter ego the TV show on Fox is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Speechly Origin - Hannes Heikenheimo Co-founder and CTO at Speechly - Voicebot Podcast Ep 228 - burst 07

The Voicebot Podcast

02:47 min | 9 months ago

Speechly Origin - Hannes Heikenheimo Co-founder and CTO at Speechly - Voicebot Podcast Ep 228 - burst 07

"I had hobie project with a colleague in a a student friend of mine who who was a u u x experts and at that time fitbit was very popular job and it was a big thing so we had our fitbit's and and we were excited about that than we're following our calories or all of that and so then then we had this idea. Wouldn't it be cool. That in addition to the burn calories could somehow really nicely calculate the calories that we consume to be able to get a balance of of input and output and was a functionality in and fitbit to to do a meal diary but it was very cumbersome so so we had this idea that we need to make it easier for us to to follow that and we had this idea of of using voice there so so just like if you have a meal it would just list out the items that you eight and the system would compute the calories and so that was sort of a aside project that then i think was really the origin of of speech. Of course like speech we way of thinking because we had a very specific. You you ex you. I in our minds and so we studied the api's at that time and turned out. There was no api that could do the type of experience that we wanted to achieve and and so so that that was sort of the origin and then of course i was working at apple. So i i. I was in the sort of the The epicenter of voice working on on syria and then there was all these very interesting things happening like alexa came out around that time and also advanced like advances in speech recognition so there was a paper in two thousand sixteen from ibm where they got this. First results of human baratheon transcription accuracy. That all of these things sort of somehow brewed in in in my head. And and and so so that i would say those were the things that that then sort of originated the idea behind speech by but a big portion of it was the hobie project we started out with with my

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Early in exclusive access descriptive scripted shows like marvel's warring the long nights marvel method hosted by method man and this week and marvin mario's declassified is a history of mara comics show available only china and october fourth subscribers. Get early access to marvel's waste lenders hawkeye. First of all. I had no idea. Marvel had so many scripted podcast. I assumed they had like news. Podcasts and discussion podcast around the shows movies but the man there's like a whole extended universe in their. This feels like the kind of thing. Yeah maybe the majority of us are not going to jump on it but people who are into these audio stories four dollars a month you know probably feels like a pretty good deal. How do you convert people over that. Normal people not like us. Could we understand the value of a pain for for podcasts but but painted pockets is very new. I that which. I'm a multiple years of this is free. This is kind of like youtube. Like how do you convert those people. I mean it's a low price but can you get four bucks out of there with person and if they think all pockets free what are you talking about. Well if you compare something like this to an audio book that's something that people are used to paying for if it provides value and especially if it's constantly updated so you feel like oh you know it's it's it's a serial show it's a radio show really You know but it's but it's yeah. It's not a bunch of people sitting around talking about the leader's marvel movie it's its own show That's i think that's worth four dollars a month. I don't necessarily think that this this cotton is for me specifically but i know there are a lot of marble folks out there who who would say so. I will try it. Muscles four months. Every format of podcast works that way. That's the thing about podcast. They're not all the same right so our show probably You know wouldn't work like this but somebody but like you said. I think you're comparing it to an audio book. You get. Few people hooked on a story. And the wanna get that story as soon as possible when they suddenly run up against the next episodes out but it's behind the pay wall. Alright shoot. I'll put four dollars gift more stories. Yeah that kind. Of makes sense that vince..

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The long nights marvel method hosted by method man and this week and marvin mario's declassified is a history of mara comics show available only china and october fourth subscribers. Get early access to marvel's waste lenders hawkeye. First of all. I had no idea. Marvel had so many scripted podcast. I assumed they had like news. Podcasts and discussion podcast around the shows movies but the man there's like a whole extended universe in their. This feels like the kind of thing. Yeah maybe the majority of us are not going to jump on it but people who are into these audio stories four dollars a month you know probably feels like a pretty good deal. How do you convert people over that. Normal people not like us. Could we understand the value of a pain for for podcasts but but painted pockets is very new. I that which. I'm a multiple years of this is free. This is kind of like youtube. Like how do you convert those people. I mean it's a low price but can you get four bucks out of there with person and if they think what all pockets free what are you talking about. Well if you compare something like this to an audio book. That's something that people are used to paying for If it provides value and especially if it's constantly updated so you feel like oh you know it's it's it's a serial show it's a radio show really You know but it's but it's yeah. It's not a bunch of people sitting around talking about the leader's marvel movie it's its own show That's i think that's worth four dollars a month. I don't necessarily think that this this is for me specifically but i know there are a lot of marble folks out there who who would say so. I will try it. Muscles four months. Every format of podcast works that way. That's the thing about podcast. They're not all the same right so our show probably You know wouldn't work like this but somebody but like you said. I think you're comparing it to an audio book. You get. Few people hooked on a story. And the wanna get that story as soon as possible when they suddenly run up against the next episodes out but it's behind the pay wall. Alright shoot. I'll put four dollars gift more stories. Yeah that kind. Of makes sense that vince..

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"This is a positive thing i was thinking about. All the the millions of people around the world. What did you stay with the. Us who are just are une banked people who are in urban areas. People are disadvantaged whether they go to our currency chains to castor. Check those still exist or they go to walmart. Millions people go to walmart every week to cash in there. There's so many people who just do not have bank accounts and i'll paypal. Although they're not a bank offering services that are pretty close direct deposit. You know just like some of these other ones doing ketchup some others. They're getting very close to what a bank could be in for a lot of people that is enough. That's all they need. They don't really need or want to traditional bank. And so i. I think there's a market here that that they're also they're cornering but they're addressing so we may not need it but there are a lot of people who would who would definitely benefit from this in my opinion. Yeah for sure having it all in one place super helpful. What has always been confusing to me. And tommy mentioned then mo is owned by pay palin when pal originally bought van known. It was kind of early days where it was popular but it wasn't as widely used by far as it is now and the fact that they have still keep the two products separate and haven't i. I was sure that then would be integrated into papal in some way many years ago. And i guess it's just because pay pal realizes that some people You know the brand recognition of ben mo is strong enough and my husband abusers that they're just gonna leave it alone actually just got redesigned itself. So i guess they're working on it on some level but but Yeah it's it i. I wonder if paypal kinda wants to be the the the payment system super app for everyone. Why does then mo exists. Why why leave it out there on the one hand it may be like you said. It was so such a strong brand. They didn't want to ruin it. They didn't want to blow people off. Because that happens a lot then mo in pay pal and suddenly people like yeah. I don't like it anymore. I'm not gonna use it So smart to leave it there way. I've also gotten the sense from a few things. I've read that The way the back ends are constructed and back ends in financial services are incredibly baroque It would be so costly to try to link it with pay pal. They just feel like it's not worth the effort. Leave venema being a very simple thing that said you would think like but you could still bring it into the app right. You could bring it up. So i wouldn't be shocked if that happened like i think option. I think that that may happen sooner. You think is vin mole. Just lost a almost lost but a big advantage of that whole social networking in they wear to made a default where all your transactions are visible. Now they've changed it since You know where it's turned off by default. So you know. Now that that's not a prominent as prominent feature i wonder is that the catalyst needed to kind of kind of bring it home and every time i all within my always just put a fish emoji in there just to make people you did you did. I didn't like it. You've never paid me by ben mel. I've never seen. I want to fish now. Hey you might be a fan of podcasts. Since you're listening to one right now so we think you might be more interested then. Most about one of the highest profile podcasts to take advantage of apples paid. Podcast channel marvel and sirius. Xm are launching the marvel podcast limited channel for four dollars a month. It includes early in exclusive access. Descriptive scripted shows like marvel's hoovering..

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"This is a positive thing i was thinking about. All the the millions of people around the world. What did you stay with the. Us who are just are une banked people who are in urban areas. People are disadvantaged whether they go to our currency chains to castor. Check those still exist or they go to walmart. Millions people go to walmart every week to cash in there. There's so many people who just do not have bank accounts and i'll paypal. Although they're not a bank offering services that are pretty close direct deposit. You know just like some of these other ones doing ketchup some others. They're getting very close to what a bank could be in for a lot of people that is enough. That's all they need. They don't really need or want to traditional bank. And so i. I think there's a market here that that they're also they're cornering but they're addressing so we may not need it but there are a lot of people who would who would definitely benefit from this in my opinion. Yeah for sure having it all in one place super helpful. What has always been confusing to me. And tommy mentioned then mo is owned by pay palin when pay originally bought van known. It was kind of early days where it was popular but it wasn't as widely used by far as it is now and the fact that they have still keep the two products separate and haven't i. I was sure that then would be integrated into papal in some way many years ago. And i guess it's just because pay pal realizes that some people You know the brand recognition of ben mo is strong enough and my husband abusers that they're just gonna leave it alone. actually just got redesigned self. So i guess they're working on it on some level but but Yeah it's it i. I wonder if paypal kinda wants to be the the the payment system super app for everyone. Why does then mo exists. Why why leave it out there on the one hand it may be like you said. It was so such a strong brand. They didn't want to ruin it. They didn't want to blow people off. Because that happens a lot then mo in pay pal and suddenly people like yeah. I don't like it anymore. I'm not gonna use it So smart to leave it there way. I've also gotten the sense from a few things. I've read that The way the back ends are constructed and back ends in financial services are incredibly baroque It would be so costly to try to link it with pay pal. They just feel like it's not worth the effort. Leave venema being a very simple thing that said you would think like but you could still bring it into the app right. You could bring it up. So i wouldn't be shocked if that happened like i think option. I think that that may happen sooner. You think is vin just lost a almost lost but a big advantage of that whole social networking in they wear to made a default where all your transactions are visible. Now they've changed it since You know where it's turned off by default. So you know. Now that that's not a prominent as prominent feature i wonder is that the catalyst needed to kind of kind of bring it home and every time i all within my always just put a fish emoji in there just to make people you did you did. I didn't like it. You've never paid me by ben mel fish now though. Hey you might be a fan of podcasts. Since you're listening to one right now so we think you might be more interested then. Most about one of the highest profile podcasts to take advantage of apples paid. Podcast channel marvel and sirius. Xm are launching. The marvel podcast a limited channel for four dollars a month. It includes early in exclusive access descriptive scripted..

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"This is a positive thing i was thinking about. All the the millions of people around the world. What did you stay with the. Us who are just are une banked people who are in urban areas. People are disadvantaged whether they go to our currency chains to castor. Check those still exist or they go to walmart. Millions people go to walmart every week to cash in there. There's so many people who just do not have bank accounts and i'll paypal although they're not a bank offering services that are pretty close direct deposit You know just like some of these other ones doing ketchup some others. They're getting very close to what a bank could be in for a lot of people that is enough. That's all they need. They don't really need or want to traditional bank. And so i. I think there's a market here that that they're also they're cornering but they're addressing so we may not need it but there are a lot of people who would who would definitely benefit from this in my opinion. Yeah for sure having it all in one place super helpful. What has always been confusing to me. And tommy mentioned then mo is owned by pay palin when pay originally bought van known. It was kind of early days where it was popular but it wasn't as widely used by far as it is now and the fact that they have still keep the two products separate and haven't i. I was sure that then would be integrated into papal in some way many years ago. And i guess it's just because pay pal realizes that some people You know the brand recognition of ben mo is strong enough and my husband abusers that they're just gonna leave it alone actually just got redesigned itself. So i guess they're working on it on some level but but Yeah it's it i. I wonder if paypal kinda wants to be the the the payment system super app for everyone. Why does then mo exists. Why why leave it out there on the one hand it may be like you said it was so so such a strong brand. They didn't want to ruin it. They didn't want to blow people off. Because that happens a lot then mo in pay pal and suddenly people like yeah. I don't like it anymore. I'm not gonna use it So smart to leave it there way. I've also gotten the sense from a few things. I've read that The way the back ends are constructed and back ends in financial services are incredibly baroque. It would be so costly to try to link it with pay pal. They just feel like it's not worth the effort. Leave venema being a very simple thing that said you would think like but you could still bring it into the app right. You could bring it up. So i wouldn't be shocked if that happened like i think option. I think that that may happen sooner. You think is vin. Mole just lost a loss but a big advantage of that whole social networking in they wear to made a default where all your transactions are visible. Now they've changed it since You know where it's turned off by default. So you know. Now that that's not a prominent as prominent feature i wonder is that the catalyst needed to kind of kind of bring it home and every time i all within my always just put a fish emoji in there just to make people you did you did. I didn't like it. You've never paid me by ben mel. I've never seen i. I want to fish now. Hey you might be a fan of podcasts. Since you're listening to one right now so we think you might be more interested then..

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

07:32 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Obvious trying to fool anybody. Somebody's recording it. The person that's looking at the person recording is totally going to know. But how is facebook going to demonstrate that so that ireland. Italy are satisfied. I mean do some field tests do some some some rigorous studies and publish those results publicly Something facebook doesn't appear to want to do in fact actively get in the way of academics. Doing this but what. I would do if i were facebook. I would contracts and academics to be like do some blood studies where people don't know whether i'm wearing the ray-ban stories or not and then i turn on the recording. And how many of them notice right you you. Do you do a rigorous study like that across maybe a few hundred people and then you figure out like at this brightness that's when suddenly the majority of people noticed and so therefore we can demonstrate effectiveness. But but yeah. Facebook has done any of that. They've said we put led's in their led's are bright. Well sure they can be. It depends on where they're placed. How much yeah. I mean you're wearing sunglasses. You're probably you know when the sun and so the led's aren't going to be as bright. There's all sorts of there's all sorts of reasons that this whole thing is yeah it. It's it's clearly upset people. And i know that when when the facebook ray-ban stories glasses were announced. You know there are some reviewers said you know i put tape over the led's and that is a violation of the facebook's policy. But you can still do that. I mean no one's gonna stop you and you can also take clandestine video of somebody without them knowing in lots of ways. That don't involve sunglasses. So it's not like this. is you know. We're entering some new market of privacy violation. But i also wonder how much of a have a backlash not necessarily backlash. Or how much could rayban the company suffer from democ this. Because if i'm paranoid enough to be like i don't want someone wearing those glasses around me. Am i going to be looking in rebounds really popular. I wear ray bans. Yeah myself so. I have a pair i love. They're pretty ubiquitous. So i i wonder if this is going to feel like a mistake on that company's part and that's why befuddles me that facebook is an immediately saying here here. We did the study. We knew this was a concern because this was a concern back with google glasses a decade ago. And we're facebook. We know everyone hates us. So we of course got ahead of it and and figure it out how to prove that this will let people know it. Seems like they're just like an put some. Led's in there. i'm sure people will notice it. S not going to be good enough not seems like facebook was so focused and proud of the design of the glasses being. They look really just like sunglasses. Sure you've got the little led's but you know very unintrusive. They're you know they're stylish. Nobody else has gotten this right and it turns out that fashion only takes you so far. I mean it's important if you wanna make these successful to make them fashionable but it's also important to make sure that everyone will ban you from wearing them to lamar's house for instance. You don't come here. We have a couple interesting moves by net flicks talk about today. I upload vr. Notice that back on april twentieth so some time ago netflix listed a vr game called eden earth on oculus as app lab which the platform for experimental games. The game works on the oculus quest. Also the quest to it's also free and seemingly related to the net flicks anime series eden. Netflix also launched a free mobile service and kenya. So you have to sign for netflix account. But then you don't pay anything and you don't get any ads. Anybody older than eighteen with an android phone can get the free plan. Which gives access to about twenty five percent of the netflix catalog in kenya including some full series. The idea is to entice people to want to watch the rest of the catalog or watch on a tv or a laptop and therefore they would pay. Netflix has previously done free trials and offered a mobile service for about three dollars a month in india. But this is the most expensive free service that the company has tried. Yeah that's that doesn't mean that they will do this anywhere outside of kenya. This is a test. It's specific to the mobile audience in kenya. You've got twenty million potential viewers there Lot of people are used mobile. I their mobile primarily mobile only. Yeah and so. This is a way to kind of spread the word even if not every single person that uses signs up for netflix. They may get their friends to start watching things or recommend stuff. Those friends may be the ones that sign up So it's it's not a guarantee that netflix does this anywhere outside of kenya For instance in india. They're basically doing the same thing but for three dollars rather than than for free so they figured in india. Well we'll we'll be able to get people to pay so. I'm very curious what netflix this as they go along but it also means that netflix tailoring it service to the market which is very smart. I also Am i'm not familiar with the net flicks anime series eden but the fact that netflix slipped. Npr game and everybody was kind of going when networks was getting into gaming. We'll what's it gonna be. What's going to be. Some sort of a mobile thing is going to be tied into series and the company did not make a big push into anybody knowing about this it's available on my oculus. I don't see it and you know new and new and noteworthy apps which i'm always looking for. It's obviously a test right now and it is really is really cool. If they're you know that's their angle too tight in with something they own already. Which is a series then. I think that's a good way to finagle their way into games versus just like we got a netflix gaming streaming services. Great get getting line behind. Amazon and luna and all these other ones but but It'll be interesting. What happens with this. I i i have a question as well i just. I haven't tried it yet. But now you you still haven't tried your quest. None of i haven't tried this game. Okay yes taken out of the closet downstairs. I haven't touched it the other day. I never been a person who believes that netflix was going to try to compete with stadia or luna. I've always assumed that they were going to tie in game. So this makes sense. I'm surprised it's vr. Though i assume that netflix focus entirely on mobile. And maybe this was just a test and they'll never go back to it and that'll be the last we hear about it. I don't know but it is interesting to see them. Consider the quest to be sort of mobile. I guess because it's not a desktop real quick. They need to do a game based off the squid game. I'll stop there you haven't seen it. It's literally amazing. But okay wouldn't be shocked if i know folks. What do you wanna hear. Talk about on the show. We have no end of interesting stories all the time but picking them is always the difficult part. So having you tell us what we're really into. This story helps us one way to let us know. As our sub breaded submit stories vote autumn at daily techniques show dot ready dot com instead of spending your day and back to.

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"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"siri" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Also los angeles. i'm lemar wilson shows pretty soon We were just talking about how lamar has deleted all of his passwords. Not really but he's trying out that new system for for two factor authentication and the microsoft thing actually deleting your password in that case get that one conversation on our expanded show. Good day ended up become a member of patriot. Dot com slash. Dt and s at is where you can join our top patrons like steve. I adore rolla. Dan quebec and jeffrey oaks. Let's start with a few tech things you should know plus eeo. Pete lau confirmed that the company will not ship t series device in twenty twenty one. But that next year's flagship will run its new unified operating system that integrates one pluses oxygen. Os with otto's color os. Oneplus has released upgraded t series device annually in the second half of the year since the one plus three t back in twenty sixteen ellison sheridan and barbara shots. Were wondering on the no silica sunday. Why we haven't heard anything about the google epoch case considering the apple epoch case had just had its decision on september tenth. So i've decided to see where it's at on. August nineteenth is win san francisco federal district. Judge james denardo. Different judge is in charge of the ghoul case. James do not oh ordered epochs filing be made fully unredacted and the current state is that as of september eighth. Google has until october eleventh. To file what are called responsive pleadings to four of ethics complaints. So a lot of court proceedings right now that are kicking the can scheduling down the road. The expectation is that a trial would probably not start until sometime in twenty twenty two at the earliest and since epic is appealing the decision in its apple case. The epic google case would probably not start until after the apple. Appeal is decided and if epic loses on appeal. It might drop or settle..

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Siri, McCormick Rally AL West-Leading Astros Past D-Backs

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Siri, McCormick Rally AL West-Leading Astros Past D-Backs

"Pose a Syrian Chas McCormick smacked back to back eight getting home runs as the Houston Astros stormed back to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks seven to six Houston trailed sixty four when ciri crush to to to pitch to tie the game and three pitches later McCormick went deep to left Ryan Pressly struck out the side in the ninth for his twenty fifth save and the wind drops the Astros magic number to clinch the American League west down to eight Carlos Correa finished two for four with a three run Homer Adams full lane Houston

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Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

"The Astros put together a fifteen one laugher against the Rangers as Jose Siri homered twice and added a two run single in his first big league start searing finish four for five with five RBIs while scoring three times for the AL west leaders Astros manager dusty Baker was impressed two home runs and five RBIs four hits on me that that is a right to remember you know for the rest your life Jordaan Alvarez hit a pair of four hundred foot homers and Alex Bregman added a two run Homer for Houston which also received two run doubles from Carlos Correa and Jose out Tuesday question hi there got the win in relief of Jaco Reyes he left with a sore right foot after covering first base in the second inning I'm Dave Ferrie

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Apple Delays Release of Child Safety Features

Talking Tech

01:14 min | 10 months ago

Apple Delays Release of Child Safety Features

"On friday. Apple said it will delay the release of child safety features for its devices which include scanning phones in the us for images of child abuse. The features apple introduced last month had faced criticism from privacy advocates claiming it undercut encryption and it leaves users more vulnerable Apple said in a statement to usa today quote based on feedback from customers advocacy groups researchers and others. We have decided to take additional time over the coming months to collect. Input make improvements. Before releasing these critically important child safety features and quote so some of the features that were included as part of this include a an update to the messages at where it warns kids and parents when they send or receive sexually explicit photos they also were using technology to scan photos in i cloud and they would provide additional resources for staying safe online through search and through its digital assistant. Siri several organizations have spoken out against this including the electronic frontier foundation. Fight for the future and the aclu they all have said it could provide door access to devices like iphones and it could possibly open the door for abuse against activists whistle blowers or oppressed groups. Such as people of color in the lgbtq community.

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Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2

"The brewers three game skid is over after rowdy tell as in Louis Siri is Homer to power them to a six two win over the twins tell as belted a three run shot Riess added a solo blast and cold wind hit a two run double as Milwaukee extended its lead in the NL central to eight and a half games over Cincinnati Erin Ashley surrendered a two run Homer by Miguel Sano but just two other hits over five innings for his first major league win the brewers raise their majorly best road record to forty three and twenty three they also ended their only losing streak longer than two games since the all star break I'm Dave Ferrie

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Stas Tushinskiy on Making Audio Advertising Conversational

Advertising Is Dead

02:31 min | 11 months ago

Stas Tushinskiy on Making Audio Advertising Conversational

"So how'd you evolved from what is in a sense of a one way stream You're going to go back to when you sarah huckabee set to solve The full speed of what the initial learnings. And how'd you count on for up. You have right now. Yes so we were thinking a lot how we solve the engagement challenge in the one days struck us a voices. The answer goes. That's not the way to engage with everything actually back then. We already had siri but he was. Maybe six months of before alexa happened. Alexa alexa boom in high. Remember clearly with cs. Does that thousand seventeen when everybody started talking about alexa and we were lucky with the timing because when we introduced our first pilot product. This is exactly when alex to hype stock and it helps a lot and it also helped us in on a macro level because it it it made. The voice adoptions faster and those that was the first part to realize what needs to be done but then the second was. I think it was even. It was a hot a task for us. Like how would you work wasn't obvious it back then and instill. This is the reality. Even today. we have thirty seconds at spots so all audio ads supposed to fit thirty second ad. Lots like ninety percent of them. You have fifteen as well. Majorities thirty seconds. And when he when he can speak with the consumer when he can have a dial feed it in thirty seconds because Can go in. Many directions started with a one of their more. No the way to leave me alone. I don't wanna talk to cannot be same second hand. And i think that was the biggest breakthrough that we had when we just said to ourselves. What if we had no retirement today. So why don't we forget about radio. How would be one adds to build to build like today right and it was clear. We want it to be a driven conversational interactive in funds. And it'll be short because today everybody's like multitasking. Always a hurry. And so we're like okay if that's the case why don't we make ads batter. Let's be real people at. They love brands if they hate

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Apple Plans to Scan US iPhones for Child Sexual Abuse Images

Mac OS Ken

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Apple Plans to Scan US iPhones for Child Sexual Abuse Images

"Came out with some sort of stunning news on thursday. A new page was launched on the company site under the heading expanded protections for children saying that it wanted to help protect children from predators use communication tools to recruit and exploit them limit the spread of child sexual abuse material or see sam. The company lists three changes coming to. Its all encompassing ecosystem. I the company says new communication tools will enable parents to play a more informed grohl and helping their children navigate communication online next ios and ipad. oh s. will use new applications of cryptography to help limit the spread of c. Sam online while designing for user privacy and finally updates to siri and serge provide parents and children expanded information and help if they encounter unsafe situations.

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Was Voice Control a Goal for the Kindle3? Brad Stone Author of Amazon Unbound - Voicebot Podcast Ep 214 - burst 09

The Voicebot Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Was Voice Control a Goal for the Kindle3? Brad Stone Author of Amazon Unbound - Voicebot Podcast Ep 214 - burst 09

"The only thing that i learned that i hadn't heard about before. Was that it could be that the original idea for alexa came. As part of the kindle is a feature so. I think that was new from your book. I hadn't heard that the past that someone w- the jeff wanted to integrate voice commands into the kindle at one point. They finally talked about it because it wouldn't be able to ship it time. I don't know that that was the inspiration for alexa but it to me was a symbol of his apparent faith in voice as an interface. And there was this question that some reviewers headed the time. And i remember wondering about why was there a microphone in the third version of the kindle and it was never it was never used at i went to some engineers who worked at it and they were like yet. Jeff insisted that we keep it even when we were trying to reduce the bill of materials and he says and the word came back to them. Jeff believes that in the future will communicate by voice so it was just as a signal that back in whenever that kindle came out i think like two thousand and two thousand nine that basis was thinking about voice But it wasn't until and again this was. It was really hard to kind of piece together. What the original inspiration was and fokin heart. And sorry ian freed and greg hardy who worked very closely together. They actually tell different stories about this. About what the and you know. And and essentially i mean ultimately in the book go with greg heart story predominantly because he is the the technical advisor to basis in two thousand ten. He's in every meeting. They're having lunch together. And you know. He believes that The real the real spark the thing that led to that email. We should build a twenty dollar computer whose brands are in. The cloud was hard over lunch in seattle with basis. Showing him google voice on his android phone and basil's realizing okay. This is getting good enough but the smartphone application is just a little awkward. Are people really going to take out their phone talk to it. Wouldn't it be much more natural if you could just you know. Talk to the folks in star trek to the ship computer right right and he talks about star trek many times in space. I always you always wonder like origin. Stories change over time right so you never know when that entered into the picture but he i think that makes sense in a And google voice recognition around that time period was getting pretty

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JP Poulter and Steve Pearce Discuss the Value of Voice in the Drive-Thru Era

VOICE Global 2021

03:02 min | 1 year ago

JP Poulter and Steve Pearce Discuss the Value of Voice in the Drive-Thru Era

"Have a new report coming couple of weeks time in partnership with our friends at google will show that it. We're seeing a lot more people using voice across multiple different platforms while they're doing that in mobile in that call and of say at a small speaker animal tradition traditional sense. Even though it's not been that long for its tradition. I think You mentioned that of the drive through experience as well so one of the receipt of the pandemic has been the impact. It's had on people. Wanting to drive through news takeaway business obviously fall. Moore's been unable to spend time installs. What do you see the opportunity for voice when it comes to place on the move in the car and overseeing the drive through in the future because it's a large and growing pause mcdonald's business by nationally. Yeah it's such an important offices such You you'll know. Show everyone what you will. Mcdonald's kinda you know. He's the leader on dry for A hugely busy during the pandemic as we reopened we will saying kind of those accused the published on abc news etc. I am and that's something that we we need to continue driving as a business during that reopening period. I think it was lost nigerian time. I actually went to work in one of my local restaurants. And not because you know. It's been a long time since i've been kind of on the ground in the field like that and we looked opportunities to try and make that experience better. I'm Comes to mind was how we can use the my on apps i yeah having customers passengers Reordering on the mobile app and website. Pay meant they can skip the old point on the cashier. Windy mainly we could just find on delivery of that food so that really sped up the dry for experience. Then kind of translate that into voice and how powerful that can like if you've got alexa siri and google assistant in 'cause Secular off the happens isn't hind but like you say it's in the it's michael got into the drive through. Tell us a little bit while you see that going. Yes i like. I said if you have him if you have a good list and will. There's a top of voice products in your car than is dislike. Having one of those dr fru ordering in your car that you can have your family toolkit wrote a two ahead of riding on but donald side you could be on a motorway. Heading heading to a mcdonalds. A savvy station or you could just allen a day trip employees will. The family members are interacting with voice building their ruler so the point the arrive at the restaurant you can then seamlessly glide through the dry free on. You're just my skipping. The order point and the payment window guiding t collection win or even skip the dry food together and i mentioned clicking staff. Previously that can a new product for us is a collection going importance.

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Shwen Gwee Describes How Voice is Transforming Diagnostics

VOICE Global 2021

02:42 min | 1 year ago

Shwen Gwee Describes How Voice is Transforming Diagnostics

"Let's talk a little bit about Diagnostics which i think is fast. Here's a lot a lot happening here. So i'm just gonna let you take that. The shirt i think on the front. And you know you're starting to see some of these companies e startups whether they're still startups now or whether the much bigger than that because the funding is a good question but some of them are starting to come into this space to really play that role of being more of a triage right. Where you're asking questions based and they'll ask you know they'll ask you about your symptoms and they'll start to narrow it down and provide a recommendation for what hype of condition you might have and so you've got a little bit of that fun end triage before seeing the actual healthcare professional specialists. You go through that kind of process examples of that Like a babylon health where they've actually become really popular globally especially in the uk where the nhl has adopted them as part of the process and then on the other end when when it comes to diagnostics to see some companies and startups really work on that audio channel. That the sample you get from somebody voice to be a way of detecting and diagnosing a condition or disease so really much more what we call it digital biomarker where we're at a voice sample analyze it and then from there detect if maybe you might have signs of depression or anxiety or ms for that matter. So it's really exciting to see how this feels really changing and leveraging these types of channels to provide new kinds of data that can be analyzed through a and machine learning to really start to provide that information and insight to predict what you might have in the suggests based on massive amounts of data and voice apples that were collected. And then if you think about that. I'm so complex. Human tools starting to also collect voice data As you know your apple watch can hear what you're saying go. Hey siri. I should say that. Early watch achmat. Picks up on that something like amazon halo actually picked up in Is able to record your voice and it's starting to be able to Provide information about your mood or or your your your overall condition that day as a result of that. But that's where it's getting really exciting as unique my own voice channels when we talk on the phone or we recorded I know a snapchat or tiktok recording or post and in what did it could be analyzed. Could pick up nuances that allow for that digital biomarker to be Detected and then realized that before you even knew it. You had a specific condition that you should probably go checkout out

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How Banks Are Using Voice Technology to Improve Consumer Experience

VOICE Global 2021

02:57 min | 1 year ago

How Banks Are Using Voice Technology to Improve Consumer Experience

"We will get boys and particularly at connector where i spend a lot of my time from a portfolio standpoint You know you can equated to again. An experience that a consumer has using their iphone with siri Or some of the other voice assistance. That are out there. Banks are starting to look at chat bots and then Voice assistance to be able to drive some of the More routine and incorporating that with a in the tech stack to be able to drive some of these You know sixty eighty percent of the routine transactions that will enable consumers end destinies to self direct service and to minimize the cost and weight time and requirements. Come into a branch in order to be able to do some of Some of these transactions. So it's very much an offload strategy as well as an opportunity to really serve consumers in a way that they had not been able to do Because they're bringing in incremental data about trying to understand perhaps what next best action is for the consumer and and so if you combine boys as a an a a service strategy and you add into it the artificial intelligence and the machine learning associated with what potential service scenarios and sales and You know surprising. The consumer with information that they can assess according to family profile and data. That has been permission. And i think that's one of the keys back to the state of peace if it has been permission by the customer than there's just a slew of opportunity to be able to use it both on what i would call offense and defense To to to deliver a better Consumer experience and to really get to the horrid of some pain points and i know Mercy you do a ton of extraordinary work trying to actually discern. How do i understand. What some of these pain points are from consumers and not only resolve it. But get to what i would call next. Best action

Apple Watch Is Becoming More Accessible With 'Assistive Touch' Features

Talking Tech

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Apple Watch Is Becoming More Accessible With 'Assistive Touch' Features

"Either listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech apple watch users know that can use their device hands free. Thanks to siri but soon you can use your watch by performing simple hand gestures. That is correct. Apple introduced this feature. That's coming out later this year. Call the system touch and it's been added to help users with limited mobility Basically this is how it works. It uses several different components of the watch including the gyroscope and accelerometer to detect. How your muscles and tendons move on your hand and wrist so for example it will recognize if you clench your fist. Or if you pinch with your thumb and index finger and it'll tie that to specific functions that you want so one example that they showed a

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"siri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"siri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They're Siri's with his with his middle finger. If you call it a block. Well, we'll call it a block. That was impressive, and I'm sure there have been others. But last night when you block a guy in time, you know this because you placed about When you stone a guy at the rim when you meet him at the rack, and he's about in and Tatum's case last night you be about Yemen. He was your off hand by the way. Yeah, yeah, yeah, because you stood He was going for glory. He was way Go get this game one. We don't get off a good foot and Finals. Here we come, and an auto by you comes from across the lake from the weak side and meets him at the summit and says no. Again. I'm probably being hyperbolic. Find me a better blocked in that. Can you think of a better blocked? I open over it is Wow. It's a great block. But no question. My mind LeBron's is the greatest block of ever seen, and I in the question Well, because the chase down Game seven. And where the game Wass. It was at the very end of the game means that was when both teams were struggling, scoring and that could have put him up to a band that kept it. Ah tied game and just if and how high he got To get it was to me the most incredible thing I've ever seen because watching it Then we're doing the game at the arena back when people went to arenas to watch basketball games. Oh, tell us a story. What was that? Yeah, The fans were great. And lots of yellow and people touching allegation of contractions. Were there other people in there? That's a high five people. They bought Mother people. Yeah, was taken early. Really incredible stuff. I'm sure I have it somewhere as you were saying, but it so that was good. That was a bucket. I mean, that was an absolute bucket along thinking Tim. All of a sudden, there's a streak. Out of the corner of my eye coming from the left it just Because.

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"siri" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"siri" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Call that's all sports desk. Here's great, Matt say out with the Pirates in with the Tigers. The river's 10 game homestand continues tonight. Milwaukee, 16 and 18 on the season ordinarily wouldn't think playoffs with a sub 500 record. Craig Counsell's team is just one game out of the expanded NL playoff picture, something that counsel's a fan of, but only for this year. I think it was right thing to do for this year. I think it should have been like this for this year. I think the old the other format is a more appropriate playoff formatted. Coverage of tonight's game begins at 605 on W. T. M. J. Meanwhile, the Bucks enjoying a bit of a day off a light workout in advance of Game two of the Eastern Conference semi finals against the Heat. Kyle Korver checked out the film today. What did he learn of the game? One loss? I didn't feel like we played a bad game. You think we've played like a bee? It is what certain after watching him. I was a guard Eric Bledsoe back on the floor participating in today's workout, still unsure if he'll be able to take the floor on Wednesday. Blood so missing Game one with a hamstring screen two games on the MBA playoff schedule tonight, the Celtics Khun take a Tuo Siri's lead over the Raptors and the other Eastern Conference semifinal. Siri's And later tonight, it's Game seven of the opening round Siri's between the jazz and Nuggets that has been an incredible Siri's, and it started off as a noon broadcast with Game number one, and here they are and get right. Seven. With Donovan Mitchell and Jamal Murray, seemingly at will scoring somewhere between 40 and 52 points a game so that that's got your money on a game 72 star young players on the floor. That should be fun tonight that thunder rockets. Siri's has been a great one tastic, too, and the teams were just waiting. It's ah, little more compelling in the West. Then it is the astral. So far, it is 4 48 it ut M. J. Brooke, who are.

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"siri" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"siri" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And gentlemen, we're on this Bessie Smith, Siri's and with Max Roach, Paul West on and went and Kelly. I'd like to do. One of this is most soulful tunes. It's called the Backwater. When it rains five days and the skies turned black as night. Well when it rains five days and the sky turned black as night. You know there's trouble in the world and everything. Well this morning I couldn't even get out of my dog. Yeah, yeah, yeah. This morning. Couldn't even get out of my door. There was enough trouble. Then they rolled a little boat about miles across. Yes, about miles across the park. My clothes and throw them in. Then they rode me right along way when it thunders and lightning hands. The wind be against a blow in the wind began and not it makes you think about people place to go. Then I went and still owe known. Some heel. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Me. Com E. Come on, go. Tell me you go, Can you I don't feel like MoveOn. Omo, but if I ever get my nerves settle down. The Amane so and so.

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"siri" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"siri" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Of Juarez investigates a Siri's of murders that have haunted the U. S Mexico border for almost 30 years to find out more. Listen to for gotten women of Juarez wherever you get your podcast Chicago police officer recovering from his injuries after he was shot this morning. On the West side. It happened while he was responding to a domestic disturbance at about 3 40 this morning in the 1300 block of South Lawndale, a suspect is in custody. The officer Is going to be okay. 1759 people have contracted covert 19 in Illinois in the past 24 hours. Another 30 have died. Chicago public schools are abandoning their plan to being to bring back kids for in person learning they're going. They're saying remote learning on Lee. Because of covert 19. Federal prosecutors in Houston say a man bilk the government out of $1.6 million in covert 19 business relief funding. They say the man spent some of the money on a Lamborghini jewelry and trips to strip clubs on Wall Street, another good day for the markets. The Dow up 373 points. The S and P is within 2% of the record high. It's set in February before the pandemic. Wools news time for 30 to the new podcast for gotten Women of Juarez investigates a Siri's of murders that have haunted the U. S Mexico border for almost 30 years to find out more. Listen to for gotten women of Juarez wherever you get your podcasts,.

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"siri" Discussed on Voice First Health

Voice First Health

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"siri" Discussed on Voice First Health

"Company helps people to essentially like in these APPs on the smartphone. Great great now the thing that got me really interested was your approach to how you can use what you're developing. For this pandemic and for covert. A little of that because I think this is very interesting. Yeah, great, so <hes>! Yeah, so one of the things that we wanted to do this kind of help, inspire people understand. How is it that they could use voice in the context of smartphones and and Apple Watch in particular? And no given that. Covert is is mostly <unk>. No, the single most thing that defines all of our existence I these days you know. How is that can kinda lend a hand to what's happening in the world? But at the same time help people understand what's possible with voice in a mobile apartment, and so what we've done, is we? We put together this this out. which is going to be out shortly? which is kind of an in house studio APP? Where we call it hand watcher circles with. Basically the idea is that you don't wash their hands. You know most people don't wash their hands for long enough. And, and additionally you know if you're going to work, you know. Let's say if you're in a restaurant or if you know workplace and you kind of care about your own health, you're kind of thinking okay well. Are these people washing their hands are the people around me? Having safe practices so that I can be safe because I'm right next to them. And so the idea is that. We have this kind of touched Lewis. Voice I, hand, wash timer. Okay, so you can basically say <hes> you know. Hey. Siri start hand wash. And then what it does is it starts a countdown timer for the appropriate amount of seconds <hes>. We haven't yet implemented the accelerometer. gyroscope features where we could determine if you actually did a good job at it yet. You're using your watch in an attack less voice mode. You're getting it to do a timer for you. And then what we do, is we aggregate? So. Let's say if you're in a circle. A hand wash circle of. Every person. That's at your McDonald's store that you're working at right that you can see <hes>. How much other hand washing is happening in your work environments, so the idea is that if you're in a workplace or you're in school, and you want to encourage people to have these these these <hes> Kobe positive habits of washing their hands all the time that without making people feel guilty about not washing their hands, you can encourage them to wash their hands, and then everyone can see how much washing their hands and kind of trying to encourage these positively eight years. Focused on it because it's it's an ideal use case because it's a tax use case that the ideas that our phones are also jury. So. If, we can have a hand wash timer that we can activate. That can get US logically appropriate amounts without making our hands dirty process than and that's that's. That's a win so. So that's that's what we're doing. They're very, so can, can you? Explain maybe a little bit more how it works. Will person would? They've got this. APP then on the phone tied into their watch, a mayor going to wash their hands in. They say to their watch start the timer or start the hand whatever it's called washed guy, that's right, and then and then it records. If they completed it for the full amount of time, it shut ideally all talking, but twenty seconds right now for washing. And then, so then what happens with data that goes at how to other people access that or how do they know what's going on in your circle? So, let's say so. Let's say I if I worked at. Let's, let's if worked out a long term care facility. Okay, and that Long Term Care Facility decided okay. We need to have people have these positive habits. We need people to be washing their hands, so we're going to create a code hand wash code for our facility, so that hand wash code is going to be. A. You know it's GonNa be you know <hes>? Longhorn ranch. Is the CO right? That's the name of the facility. So when someone downloads the APP the Inter that Code Aaron immediately. They're connected with everyone else at that facility. Okay so by using the same code. And Yeah and then essentially when people. Who who have that code? On their watch or are using their phone with the code, so they're also using it using their smartphones as well because not everyone has an apple watch. That yet that it just basically captures that you wash your hands, and then it it aggregates with all the data of all the other hand washers, so you can see. There's thirty Ham washers who have watched three hundred times, or there's three hundred hand washers that have lost four hundred times. Okay, so there's kind of running totals. that. Dead that organizations can use to say to point to say hey, look. We're making progress on creating a more hygienic environment because people are using. Are doing hand washing and it's now visible. Right, so it's not. It's not just something you do on your own. You Trust the people. It's like yeah I'm doing it I'm proud of it. And because of the fact that I'm washing my hands that I'm contributing to the safety and health of everyone inside this long term care facility, including frontline workers, but also also people who are residents here.

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"siri" Discussed on Voice First Health

Voice First Health

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"siri" Discussed on Voice First Health

"Help with handwashing during this time of the covid nineteen pandemic so. It's a very very important aspect of keeping us all safe as you all know, hand washing is critical to preventing the spread of the virus and This podcast is all about one of the ways that this company is helping with this issue, so let's get right to without any further ado. Here is Eric from speedily. Eric, welcome to the bud cast great to have you here. Thanks for being here. Yeah, thanks for having me, it's. My pleasure all right, so you're doing some really interesting things when it comes to Siri, which is not a whole lot that we've talked about on my podcast, but I'm excited to hear, but before we get to that Eric. Wanting to get you to introduce yourself listeners tell us a little about who you are. What your story your background all that kind of stuff. Okay yeah so well. Thanks for having me and it's really great to be with you. so my his is mostly as real entrepreneur I kinda went through a couple of different startups, and went through building those startups, having the start sp acquired by companies virtually and states. And then start a new startups with with kind of brief pauses of retirement and between. and. a couple of years ago. I fell in love with voice and Voice Technology and have been working on. It percents. We've a few kind of agency style, contracts and built. Different agents on. Amazon and Google and that the thing. Doing authenticated users in lots of fancy stuff actually and then in the end we started working on what we think is kind of a sweet spot, which is is falling where most of the people using voice agents which is on on on their cell phone. So that that's what. That's what broadcast deeply to Siri today. God it and you are in Ottawa correct? Yep, that's right great. Another fellow. Canadian doing some interesting stuff invoice. So this is very interesting, because as you will ensure, be aware the big two right now..

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"siri" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"siri" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"So a lot of the albums that I had as a teenager college years, I don't have them on. I don't have them ipod anymore. So I went and just looked up ole to short out and just put the thing on just and they had it. You don't be like every album is at your base your fingertips. That's why I had to go with it. And I still go with next to short. There's more from the apple conference today. Siri is getting a new voice in on I O S thirteen they're no longer going to go with the traditional voice, that they've been using for Siri the I don't know what the actu-. Voice is going to be. But they're just telling us there's going to be there did a brief demo on stage. The new voice does seem to do a better job, actually pronouncing worse because sometimes Siri mess. You know what I'm saying? You know, like my name, especially, like she don't know how to say, hey, you know what I mean? She don't notice George either with a J. We don't want to pronounce Agana. It does. It doesn't go will Baker, right. Yeah. Yeah. Neth it. So the new voice for Siri doesn't Pez. Is that one a little better job apparently with that stuff, especially now with apple carplay, a lot of cars and whatnot? They're trying to do that. Next go back to the dodgers. Real quick. We were talking about the dodgers and their hot start the top four players. In the National League when it comes to on-base percentage. How many do you think are dodgers? How minimum one hundred plate appearances. Minim how many are dodgers of the, the top four. To that is correct. Cody bellinger's for one Ren. Don't is number two Christian yelich, the reigning MVP is number three, David freeze at number four really..

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"siri" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"siri" Discussed on KOMO

"Siri and approach that includes technology infrastructure personnel and physical barriers so far, the two sides are focusing on making their opening remarks Democrats saying they're open to smart technology on the border and Republicans pushing for wall funding ABC's alley Rogan. Vice president Pence will soon be headed to Europe later next month. Vice president Pence will visit Poland and Germany. He'll talk about the president's plans on building a secure and stable Middle East. Mr. Pennzoil also talk with NATO nations about enhancing military strength. And once again, getting them to pay more for Europe's defense ABC's Andy Field, the FBI says it believes that tunnel was beneath the Bank near Miami meant to be used in a heist. The first clue was a sinkhole in the road outside of Pembroke pines shopping center. They looked inside the hole and saw a power cord running towards the woodland on the other end the FBI's. Michael lever said agents pulled out a winch a generator and a pair of muddy boots. They were heading towards the Bank. And that's for sure the narrow fifty foot. Tunnel. Ran from the road the drive up windows at chase branch, the FBI doesn't know who dug the tunnel or when but it's believed was to be used for a burglary. ABC's Aaron Katersky officials say there aren't any credible threats against the Super Bowl. Just days ahead of the big game. In Atlanta, DHS secretary Kerstin. Nielsen says more than six hundred law enforcement and canine officers will be working there. The Federal Reserve says it's not raising interest rates for now after wrapping up it's January meeting. The fed says it'll be patient when it comes to future moves and Wall Street's happy at the close the Dow is up four hundred thirty four points. You're listening to ABC news..

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"siri" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"siri" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Beige 'cause I'm not far from where you live. You were on the float last year. And I'm the guy that came up with the hairs village. With a what? Hooligans all when you were looking for the name, the catch you on the floor, Jack. La sounds good anyway, seven thirteen and this is the craziest thing. Well, I'll tell you what I'm gonna hold this for second. Because we've got to get our jokes in here. And I know Katie just been hankering to go to Siri. I have you got that right Syria. Hankering? So what's our series joke of the day? Let's see. Hey siri. Tell me a good joke. I don't often tell dad jokes. But when I do he usually laughs. What is that? Are you usually don't tell dead Joe tell dad jokes? But when I do he loves. I don't understand because she's telling her data joke. But we're so when she tells her data joke he laughs, Jack have you laughed at one series joke. Oh, really? Heard one never told you a joke. I'm sure he hasn't sometime did you laugh? Oh, I'm sure I had to you. Don't remember. Smack me. Don't laugh at the series jokes. Correct. Like, they're not funny. Well, what about let's try the knock knock or not? Okay. Hey, Siri told me a knock knock joke. Sure not knock who's there? Hatch.

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