17 Burst results for "Sterkel"

"sterkel" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"I was saying that. You know matty I'm sure you've listened to my vandals spots here on. Wfan say bet responsibly. Bet with your head not over your head You know be a responsible person then. Of course i've been beating wall. He so much over the the last half of the summer here. That if i do raise the stakes and i started taking more money away from him. Maybe our friendship will be fractured. And i don't want that to happen. God you're right now from we don't wanna take anymore right exactly already right. So that's the thing. I love playing golf with my friends. I don't care if it's for a dollar or one hundred dollars it doesn't matter g. yeah just what. Walk off a winner. that's all i listen to. You don't wanna fracture friendship over a two thousand dollars. Five thousand dollars. Bet on golf course. And he'd come on. Now that i know that allen eddie have a history as bagman. I could maybe bring one of those guys out with me and they can carry a bag. A satchel cash is. I'm playing on the golf course. That would be awesome. You can't you also can't take thousands of dollars from your friend you know it's just weird. You know what i'm saying. You could take a couple of hundred bucks. Whatever but i mean thousands of dollars from your friend just feel like i'm mike on eight match winning streak right now and i think i've taken wally down three or four times. Last week at silo ridge was on my team so he won. I mean you picking on poor guy with that knee. Brace out there. Yeah but you know. He is fifteen years younger than me and he may hit the ball fifteen yards to thirty yards further than outdoorsy. Yeah okay let's go to kevin. Who's on long island. What's going on kevin. Hey good morning guys doing. What's up kevin. So before i get to my question to you quick comet gio ura dog impersonation of jackson long island the other day was absolutely sterkel and boomer. I just saw the video a couple of weeks ago. The mad dog daredevil. True story click. Yes one of the one of the hardest. I've ever last entire frigging wants. I hope you guys continue to do those impersonations that was incredible of Couple of show. I heard you guys talking about Amelia's what's the move. I'm in the area today. What's the deal Big breakfast food guy. I'll tell you why it's a great little diner. Right over there. On the eric st so it's like lava like it's just. It's a perfect spot. Just go have like the comforts food breakfast of choice. Yeah i mean everything's good. I mean we. We usually get the bacon cheese sandwich tom. Because that's what we like but everything there's good saw you can't go wrong and by the way a say let's go to ox and montvale ox. What's the great ox. God i haven't heard from you in a long time. What's up ox man. I'm in love with you guys. You guys are greatest except that gotta disappoint little guiding information for you. Get off akita. I know it works. It's great but you can't live on judo. You're not now. I mean i know. It's not sustainable. But ox you gotta understand i'm gonna fluctuate no matter what diet i do. So i just picked pick the one that could get weight off the quickest because they didn't want to deal with any nonsense so trust me. I know it's not sustainable. None of these things are looking. Ano- i've seen the commercials with yeah. Psychology really does work. I've kept off sixty pound for two years now stocks for my nickname goose and it was fairly. It's not easy to do the work but teaches you how the mind and use water. All these little tricks and i can still have pizza. I can have a drink now. I can do the things that just differently. No more triple burgers. None of that stuff and i get a lot more enjoyment and it's really worked for me but now all right. I know you guys are talking about football. And i hate to stop that. Let's talk about the jets and the quarterback on with the jets in their picks. Look at the guys we pick and the other successful people that are out there. The guys we picked play had between zach and sam darnold darnold he. They had not ten games of college football before we drafted him. Look at trevor drivers. Of course he's much better. And and even someone like baker mayfield. What did he have three years of of big time football to learn stuff that is as good as baker. He's just three years of college short of being wearing needs to be exactly. I mean even donald. We'll be better. You'll be great but we keep picking these kids. I've town and have all this open needs three years of of experience because they become man enough. Yeah i mean it's an point but the two the two guys ox that you reference the jets didn't have an opportunity to drag because they were gone already when they're pick was there baker mayfield and then also trevor lawrence with the first overall picks and the jets didn't have those so it'd be better examples of you're saying guys that the jets could have selected and did not but yeah. We talked so much about osama was twenty years old and he had been a linebacker for as long as he'd been a quarterback and that was it was gonna take some time. and also zach wilson. I mean he played those two years one a hell of a lot better than the other but yeah another guy didn't play three straight years at a high level of college football and face the best opponents in the world sure but not everybody gets those opportunities and but it is an interesting point. You know the learning on the job thing and both these guys. Sam anzac wilson looked like they like. They need a lot of times. You know you worry ruin. you know. We're five games into zach wilson's career. Yeah and there have been moments where you know. He's got the wild factor. So let's just he'll be so much better next year and hopefully he'll be better this week after just getting a week off and a reprieve even getting away from all of this stuff and turning away from football for five or six days and hopefully comes back refresh. But you know we're we're still in the beginning throes of his career so it's not this is not make a break for him right now. You know the jets are going to go with him now for the next three to four years much like the giants have gone with daniel jones. Let's go to angelo and belmore. What's going on angelo. Hey guys how are you. Since we talked about new mexico but i'm willing to trade new mexico to mexico molin sanchez abaga balls and willing to give new mexico.

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"sterkel" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Eight seven seven five three four zero seven. Eight zero lord cheeses. We come in your name. We come in the name of jesus christ and we ask in your name. Jesus we call upon your name. Jesus for your holy spirit presence to be released over the church. In america i see. The corporations disneyworld facebook manufacturing companies. I see the wickedness as they join hands with government in oppressive actions against the people of america. Lord i know that can only happen because the church has died and not done its job because the pulpits of america have been filled with entertainment and jokes and sentimentalism instead of straight shooting on fire. For you jesus in on fire with righteousness in holiness so lord. Yes i pray. For the wickedness in high places bind the powers of darkness in our government in the name of jesus but lord cry my hardest for your church it would awaken that it would rise up that it would see the lateness of the hour and recognize that. It's time for the church to wake up and begin to study the scriptures and begin to cry allowed to pray to meditate too fast. Lord there has to be a dramatic change. I pray for that change now. Jesus i pray in your holy name man. We have another caller welcome. Please pray we call your name. Oh father you say word every news every nisha bow and every time show confess that jesus is thought bother. You also say you're working. You're coming back for a church without spot in those out. Ringo you also have told us that we must be born again so jesus we call upon your navy's thanks so thankful for your your servant. There has been teaching. The word of god has not changed. Been speaking the same language for years and begin the word warning the centers. And you'll people this week. The of the coming of jesus. Christ you said that and your word that the dad in christ arrives verse and does that remain. Chevy caught up to meet. Jesus in the kyle's of the air that event is about to take day take place any day now and so father we call on your name at the centers. What repent you say. Repent repent for the kingdom of god is at hand. You're not call you sit. There is none that doeth good. No not one. You said All of our righteousness is filthy rags. So you just saying that we are catholic. Or whatever denomination depending on out denominations ordinances or traditions or rituals. We will never we think that. That's the kolding that you'll come back for. We will never make have an at home. You say it. You are coming back for a church. Eight people without spot and without wrinkles you can only be spotless and have no wrinkles through the blood of the lamb we give your name the praise the honor and the glory and we look forward to the coming of jesus. Christ you say you stand at the door and knock and we want we open up our hot to you and ask you to wash us and clean success and you'll precious blood divine will so thankful that we can call on your name at this hour and jesus precious name we love you father man any man bless you sister thank you. You're welcome okay. Chengdu do do we have another call. We sure do one. Second thank you. We've another caller. welcome. Please pray gorge. Jesus just come before you to lift your name lord. We wanted to cry out for the church but the american church is sleeping in their loss than their information. so lord. it's just a question of more information for them versus having that heart sis hud for jesus award i. I know i've been that way most of my life or you've changed chiesa so i'm asking that you would move in power to rescue the church on because shirley much of the is imprisoned lord. If you don't intervene there's there's no way out because That was the problem with the lukewarm church. They felt they were okay. Even though you were on the outside. So lord i lift up so many precious people that are no that are. They're very religious but they're not really following you. They're not really seeking after you chases they don't know what So i'm asking for great conviction to come in the words that you would prepare. Hartzler would be so much better to seek you before all the judgments sterkel because it's going to be a horrible time and many will only have a short time to turn to you or not. So i'm i'm asking that you would move in power to break all of all the edifices that we've created lord be so cheap gospel to the rest of the world of gospel of success. Not taking a cross not denying there so no suffering. Or it's been false to the scriptures and false to your heart so i have to repent to the degree that i've been a part of that employed i've renounced that i mess confer those dear ones who recalled the lies the call in the idols. They're trying to be a follower of years and have idols as well will. And it just were clashing won't work arm asking for the power of your spirit to come to rescue men and women boys and girls who deep down in so they love you and they do want to serve you. I believe many of them do. But i'm not the judge. You're the judge. Jesus i trust you trust. She work but i'm asking. You would call them that you would confront them if they could.

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"sterkel" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"sterkel" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on The Bible Binge

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"sterkel" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"It's going to pass away just like i remember. Reading last veteran of the civil war died on some very specific day. That is around the corner. I think that if it is proposed to be some sort of a odd hor aiming for. I don't want overuse the word accuracy of orissa to this call. It spiritual physiological truth to the experiences and rumour two there are enough stories to go back and revisit again and again and again and again just in the same way on a story is told the punic wars are all new can watch henry. The fifth or rich of the third. Shakespeare had this down. There's always something new experience if there is a oslo pitfall is that we've become too enamored with the become to soothed by these stories because the divisions of world war two were so straits form. The nazis were undeniably a hideous. Let's call it a hideous lawsuit. Imperial japan was futile old world. That brand thanking cannot stand now we see representatives of it again and again we do. We see that kind of brand of embracing totalitarianism. We see that type of shaping of a narrative so that everything is always a protagonist and antagonist. it's always us versus them. As always we got a raw deal and these people are the reason that we got iraqi. I turn to still these things out. I'm still reading world. War two history. It gets farther and farther and farther down into the nuggets in the or of human behavior. Recognizable present a human nature. that always sets. There's forty nine people act there that are gonna to subjugate us. Are there fifty one people out there that are going to take on and say no. That's what it requires and the good war sterkel wrote about sense. Turco's good more is. When the i i read that book. I'm gonna say thirty years about untested. What a human being. And i remember for the first time there was a guy there. He was in the first wave or second way that omaha beach and he said as a june six i was either fighting or marching for the next one hundred nineteen days from what i heard in the back of my head and a you know. Their teeth fell out. Because the nutrition of a k. ration. The canned goods was so poor that they would be eating this raw uncooked stuff as best as i can just put calories in their bodies and their gums bled and their t. slowly filled out because the food was apso horrible. And by the way who have maybe a cup of coffee but certainly not a coca cola. Not an ice cold beer and cantina water. I'm digressing here. Probably doing the same thing. That i'm worried of turning it into something..

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"sterkel" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Bear Grease

"I forgot about this just happened. So it's not in my in my render notes. Here i okay. I haven't listened to the meter campfire stories yet. I started it. Because because i'm saving it for an eighteen hour road trip that i'm going on by myself very soon. Okay that's not like lack of interest. Why haven't listened to the meter campfire stories in audible book new york times. Bestselling that okay. So that's what the scandal was about last time. If you remember recounted a story actually forget that. I someone had told me. And then i recounted and then people were like oh man it was way off. Well i have a guy right made today and say clay. I heard your version of the story and the version of the campfire meter story. And it wasn't that much different. And so i'm like maybe we've been blowing the whistle. That didn't need to be blown. I guess we'll find out. Because i'm i'm i'm a couple of hours into the christie and i had to go to tulsa this weekend and we turned it on and listen to me. It's really good this guy since you got some amazing stories in there. He's in his name was bray crookham. Was it that you were spot on. And i was like as a matter of fact. I think i'm going to hunt that down and cinema hat a beaver over the be rufa. Okay so just for if anybody's new to render the the bear grease podcasts. Are documentary style. Podcast is so you know just polished produce scripted which people get scared of that word but the truth is it is very scripted. the burglaries render is very much unplugged. Okay that's the idea. And so we do housekeeping for the first section of the podcast where we just kind of go through some stuff and then the last. The last section of the podcast. We get serious. Dan okay. I'm trying we we. We talk about the the content of the last burgers podcasts. So i wanted to. I wanted to tell you all. I've had no less than let's just say fifty to one hundred i i. I'm losing count of how many people have sent me messages about the sturgeon simpson album. They've been sending messages dog. Yeah everyday everyday in. It's either one or two songs. The whole album. Yeah yeah you gotta listen to like man. I can't listen to again. it's wonderful. Yeah so this guy. I don't know. I didn't know much about sterkel. Simpson's still don't but he made a as i understand it. It's a it's a. What do they call albums where all the songs are connected together to kind of. Tell a story musical concept album. I don't know he. He talks a lot about hules hounds. Yeah and everybody's like klay you're gonna love it so anyway cool album so yeah so no need to alert me to to that anymore. The first one was really cool. I mean the first guy. That did school. I think listened to juju when be roy. Hey listen everybody. That sent me a message. Felt like they were the first person they don't anymore. Well because i was just like thanks man response. Thanks man good okay. Cover covered a few things. And then i'm gonna give you a chance to if you have any news or anything that you want update so i was recently on the meter podcast and this is another thing that my inbox has been full of this week. I was on steve. Grenell's meteor podcast. Man i was i was bear. Hunting was stephen l. in somewhere in the back country. I brought up that i had read somewhere. I didn't know where. But i had read that a way to measure the amount of bear grease at an old way from eighteen hundred seventeen hundreds away to measure a volume of bear grease that could be used as a monetary exchange like money was called an ill e. l. l. of burglaries. Which was the tanned neck. Hot of the deer that was so together and then used as like a like a like a a big big flask. That would hold bear oil. So i tell him that and he got excited about that as was and he was like. Oh man that's cool. You know this old archaic unit of measurement and so we get on the podcast and he's like. Hey where did you hear. That kind got called out. I listened to yeah. And i was like man i said i know. Just know for a fact. I read it in some type of academic reading years and years ago. Wikipedia wicca pedia. And i couldn't. I couldn't tell him i said i don't know. And then oughta skits on there and they start looking pretty soon. It's like clay. you're full of it. I didn't have any. I didn't have an answer. And i actually. I guess i didn't know it was coming. Because i had written an email to one of author that i thought had said it and he was like no. I never said that. But i i lost sleepover this. I'm serious it bothered me big time. I mean not that. They gave me a hard time. Deserve that if i couldn't couldn't find But dislike i knew that it was somewhere and i couldn't remember i mean it's been so many years but i've said it for years as if it was like hundred percent truth and that's why i was pretty confident in it man the the grease world came through for me. Apparently there's people. There are a lot better at researching phrases and there are some really technical ways to search the internet like then honest potatoes. Is that what you're saying. Well i mean he was just google search in which i did too but the first guy in the first guy. This is going to encourage people to you know. I don't know what it's gonna curse you just encouraging people feel good. Okay i guy that sent me the screen capture from an academic journal that this was in and it was citing the source of of a of an old journal that said and l. of bear grease unit of that could be used as an exchange. I mean i. I tell you what i'll pull them read it. I was so excited. I sent him a burglaries hat within minutes. Let's say hours like tons of people from all over the country started sending me the documentation documentation so anyway. I sent it to a senate to recently to the higher ups. Let them know.

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"sterkel" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I'll see on the five on fox news asked. yeah definitely. i'm going to pitch this show to somewhere i got. I got friends. I'm gonna hook this up got got you a show set it up. Nine brennan productions. Kevin brennan got four. We go are you back on. I don't understand what happened. Can you talk about it or no. Yeah i can talk about it. I quit because i was just fed up with the fans. And everything i just. It was just put on a lot of work for little in return and then meeting at a nice conversation. Unless you say it's worth my time now. Okay you've been financially compensated. Well there's a lot of things that have been more compensated. So i'm not going to put on my time. Getting just get beat up for no reason from the fan so now beat me up. But i'm fine with it back. Well maybe we'll have on. Yeah on the only bad race on eating teen wall. That's right you that or in. I appreciate it guys Your to my favorite people in comedy and go see these guys live. If you get the chance definitely follow him on social media. they're both active and will head time this week. Cobb's comedy club warf bay area august. Nineteen to the twenty first this week. Starting thursday through saturday go earlier instagram. Oma instagram comedian doppler. You're on their nonstop so you can interact with them. All give directions suggests house you make a left. On frank lund a righted. The smell of money and Another left the smell of horrific open mic comedy writers. And i'll be there for what's rose all right. That's a wrap. Thanks for listening stupor. Josh moot sterkel shirts.

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"sterkel" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Would. Yeah because you risk that too because what if the jury does like you but they like your client then. Does that confuse them. I i do think there's something to it. And i do think that the clients need to stand on their own especially in a jury or bench trial so bench. Trials trousers sterkel in front of a judge. The trier of fact whether it's the judge and the jury needs to see the client for who the client is an. Are they going to do they. Connect with that client and the way they connect with that client is the way that i paint the picture as a litigator. So it's it's the words that i use. It's the evidence that i've that. I've gathered the facts that i present how i present the facts. I had a colleague. Is that it really great at a great way of putting it. So it's our job to paint the picture for the jury and we do that by using facts and colors and our voice and our our mannerisms and all of that were painting it up on a canvas for the jury or the judge to look at and i think that's important and not portrait that we paints sits behind the plaintiff in the you know in the on the witness stand so it sits behind them so they're seeing that as a reflection they're not looking at the attorney in judging the attorney and making decisions based on who the attorneys presenting themselves that you want to always make sure were in court that everybody's looking at the client's whether your defense or plana you don't want the jury staring at u unless it's opening or closing remarks any other time you want them paying attention to the the The client so intrigued. That wanna let this go. So i i wouldn't want to do is on. I want to appeal to the wanna be psychologist theresa mcqueen. How do you. Because i think this will help. So many of people listening to this. Podcast how do you take that principle and apply it to your personal life that principle..

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"sterkel" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Hey be listeners. I wanted to share with you. This week's dev news. One of the other podcasts. I host because it was such an awesome interview that i think everyone should hear it enjoy. Given the way the underlying technology works all it does is complete tax right by the way i leverage inside project december phrases back and forth conversation with what seems to be a conscious entity. Welcome to death news. The new show four developers developers we cover the latest in the world of tap. I'm surrounded barak founder of disco. And i'm josh pits principal engineer at forum this week. We're doing something a little different. We recorded this interview last week as a segment to our regular show but it was such an amazing interview. The we decided to dedicate this whole episode to it so joining us jason war game designer and creator of project december who's g. p. t. Three power chat bot has been used by people to talk to sterkel figures and personalities and was even used by one person to talk to his late fiance. Foreclosure you so much for being here. Great to be here so tell us about your developer background. I've been making video games for about sixteen or so years during the time of designed and programmed and released in pretty much do everything by myself in each game so kind of like a one person studio during the time of put out nineteen games. Wow and i have a bit of a background in artificial intelligence. Because i studied it in college and a little bit in grad school and did a couple of research projects back then but it was always you know pretty disappointed with what was possible and also with sort of promises of artificial intelligence throughout my life and and the sort of disappointing outcomes is a you know where they say. Oh it within ten years is gonna be able to do this or that and they never met those expectations. I kind of halfway through my life. I kind of into the conclusion that i would die without ever having any kind of conversation with any kind of sentient machine among a skeptic right some surprised that was also that i've been able to achieve it so i wanna get into prodi december. What is it and why did you created so project. December is a system that allows Human being to have a back and forth conversation with an artificial personality like dialogue through text is you can type questions to artificial personality for example and the Artificial personality will answer back and you can have a back and forth. That goes on from there. And it's based on these underlying text engines that came into the world within the past year and a half or so basically text completion engines right so the these engines allow you to provide a prompt to the system. For example you might give the first few lines of banana cream pie recipe for example and then the artificial intelligence will continue generating tax to complete whatever you have started right so complete the rest of the recipe for example. You start giving it the first few lines of a poem. It'll right the rest of the poem. If you give it fi first few lyrics of a rap song rap lyrics for you if you give it the first few sentences from a paragraph or monopoly will continue writing the rest of the novel for you so this is pretty fascinating technology because it can write text very convincingly but then the question is what do you use it for. A lot of people are like well. Use it to write my blog from me or i'll use it to tweet from here. Use it to write magazine articles or books or something like that but it turns out that kind of a firehose hose of language in a way right once the starts going and starts generating text based on what you said. It just keeps going off in its own direction and it kind of goes off into bizarre directions. Very so project december tries to leverage this text completion service to enable a dialogue back and forth between a human user. And that kind of keeps they i on track more and keeps it from kind of going off into these strange directions. Like for example. If you ask it to generate a banana cream pie recipe might start generating. Something seems very sensible says. Step one get three eggs and two cups of sugar and so much lower and so on and three sticks of butter but then by the end of the recipe it's talking about you know grinding a mouse and putting it in the recipe or something right but in a dialogue the human being intervening every couple of sentences right and so that back and forth kind of keeps the ai on track and keeps it going into a flow of a conversation that can become very convincing for the human user and so the end result is a conversation partner lately artificial compensation partner that exhibit signs of consciousness and self reflection that are very surprising given given the way the underlying technology works all does complete tax rate by the way i leverage it inside project december rates his back and forth conversation with what seems to be a conscious entity. So how did you go about creating the service like what. What kind of guardrails did you have to put around. Gpt three to focus it on conversations. Was there much work you had to do on that end yeah so. Gd three the most powerful one of these texts completion engines available right now and it was trained on this gigantic corpus of human written tax like articles books magazines newspapers websites wikipedia articles everything. You can imagine that they fed into this and it studied all the probability patterns in there and then he uses those patterns to predict the next word given what it seen so far now. It's very good at predicting that expert in generating lots and lots of texts. You have to kind of like channel it into whatever you actually want us to do though right. And so in my case i had to figure out all kinds of mechanisms to channeling it into continuing the dialogue as a very simple example if it sees something that looks like a dialogue and wants to continue it it might see what the humans typed. And then it's going to generate what it thinks it should say next. It's very likely to continue generating. What if thinks you're going to say next after it right. Which is very disconcerting. When you see that of you just wear to step up to gp three and start typing something. That looked like a back and forth dialogue. It very often be predicting what you're going to say next which is not what you want. So so that kind of stuff is the stuff that you need to kind of filter out and deal with as a programmer behind the scenes to make what feels like a very cohesive dialogue without any sort of seems showing her bizarre behavior showing right project december behind the scenes has a lot of little tweaks and tricks and things that i kind of worked out over time in terms of keeping the a on track and keeping it aligned with the personality. That's supposed to be embodying. So in project december you can basically define any imaginable personality that the artificial intelligence will inhabit. For example there's the flagship personality samantha. She's like a female companion about who wants to be your friend. But there's also like an evil a i c. Four one end. Who thinks human beings or cockroaches standing in his way and wants to destroy them so you can have a conversation with this evil eye. Who's dead set on destroying humanity and it's the same underlying text depletion engine right as it's all..

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"sterkel" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"So i wanna get into prodi december. What is it and why did you created so project. December is a system that allows Human being to have a back and forth conversation with an artificial personality like dialogue through text is you can type questions to artificial personality for example and the Artificial personality will answer back and you can have a back and forth. That goes on from there. And it's based on these underlying text engines that came into the world within the past year and a half or so basically text completion engines right so the these engines allow you to provide a prompt to the system. For example you might give the first few lines of banana cream pie recipe for example and then the artificial intelligence will continue generating tax to complete whatever you have started right so complete the rest of the recipe for example. You start giving it the first few lines of a poem. It'll right the rest of the poem. If you give it fi first few lyrics of a rap song rap lyrics for you if you give it the first few sentences from a paragraph or monopoly will continue writing the rest of the novel for you so this is pretty fascinating technology because it can write text very convincingly but then the question is what do you use it for. A lot of people are like well. Use it to write my blog from me or i'll use it to tweet from here. Use it to write magazine articles or books or something like that but it turns out that kind of a firehose hose of language in a way right once the starts going and starts generating text based on what you said. It just keeps going off in its own direction and it kind of goes off into bizarre directions. Very so project december tries to leverage this text completion service to enable a dialogue back and forth between a human user. And that kind of keeps they i on track more and keeps it from kind of going off into these strange directions. Like for example. If you ask it to generate a banana cream pie recipe might start generating. Something seems very sensible says. Step one get three eggs and two cups of sugar and so much lower and so on and three sticks of butter but then by the end of the recipe it's talking about you know grinding a mouse and putting it in the recipe or something right but in a dialogue the human being intervening every couple of sentences right and so that back and forth kind of keeps the ai on track and keeps it going into a flow of a conversation that can become very convincing for the human user

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"sterkel" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"The hit. Sitcom modern family premiered on. Abc and this year ran for eleven seasons and the big song pit balls which we have tickets to go see pit ball next hour at the hotel and welcome to the mo jo the mojo in the morning show. What year did these things. Call us at eight. Four four mojo live to tell us eight four four six five six five four eight. How smarter you it's mojo in the mornings back jay. We have to go back and change where we give you a little bit and you tell us what happened. The balloon boy hoax happened in this year. The boy had climbed to a box attached to the bottom of the balloon at his home in fort collins. And somehow it took off turned out to be a total hoax. Whose dad was a cook. A modern family premiered on abc and this year. The show ran until just recently eleven seasons and hotel room service. Pit ball had the big song on the radio. Hey kim what year was that. you gotta congratulate. Thank you so much. Have a fantastic weekend and you see spike out tonight at northville food and wine festival and all throughout the weekend hundreds of wines in great selection of craft brews and you can get all your tickets or fun things at northville food wine dot com this shannon's dirty thirty all right. We had some very big news yesterday. A with britney spears finally getting what she wants now her father jimmy smears has finally agreed to step down as her conservator. There should have been a big explosion like something should've been fireworks should have been a festival that happened like it should have should have been a big celebration when that happened. I could not agree with you. I wanna britney spears festival. that's what i want. I know and he filed legal documents. Jimmy's lawyer maintains that there is no actual grounds for suspending or removing mr swears as conservative of the estate adding that it was debatable whether it was even in brittany his best interest. The docs also add. That jamie does not believe that. A public battle with his daughter over his continuing service as her conservator would be in her best interests noting so even though he must contest this unjustified petition petition for his removal. Mr spears intends to work with the court and his daughters new attorney to prepare for an elderly irt orderly transition to a new conservative. The documents also added regardless of his formal title. Mr spears will always be mrs spears. His father he will always love her unconditionally. Always look out for her best interests. I think that's very interesting that he's kind of trying to save face in all of this because i'm wondering if she can counter sue him after he removed so he's trying to save face now jamie also uses the documents to attack brittany's mom lynn claiming that she has had barely any involvement in brittany is live and also insists. He saved his daughter when she was in crisis desperately in need of help thirteen years ago noting that she was suffering mentally and emotionally. She was also being manipulated by predators and in financial distress which is interesting because a lot of people say that he's the predator and all of this just trying to go after her money. Britney's mom linda through her lawyer released a statement regarding these new developments. Lynn spears is pleased. Jamie has agreed to step down Her attorney was speaking to the pressing. Lynn entered into this conservative ship to protect her daughter almost three years ago. She has accomplished what she set out to do. She will have no further comment interesting. That a lot of them are keeping a bit. Hush hush on this whole situation. They've found something right like that's what that's what it is is that why he's backing out. I would assume that it's gonna come out that. He spent a lot of her money that he wasn't supposed to and he's going to get in trouble for speaking of people getting in trouble. Prince andrew has been sued by jeffrey epstein accuser. Virginia goo free as. He's accused of sexually assaulting her when she was just seventeen and it looks like he won't be returning from his royal hiatus which i don't think this is very surprising at this point with things not dying down at all. He kinda head for a while. It's not going away. they're gonna make him step down. He stepped down from his royal duties after that really disastrous bbc. Interview downplaying relationship with jeffrey epstein Now with sources saying that prince charles is realizing andrews damaged reputation is an unsolvable problem for the royal family so we won't be seeing any anymore of him and i honestly don't think anybody's actually going to be that upset by him. Okay so i really truly love ashton kutcher and my let me luke kuhn is like so much especially them embracing this whole bathing their children because they started the hollywood debates over. How often should we as adults be. Showering and should parents be shower their children and so many celebrities. I mean dax shepard. Kristen velde dwayne the rock johnson. Cardi b. mama terry crews. They've all weighed in on this issue. And i think it became a bigger deal than any of us really expected. So what did we get yesterday from. Ashton kutcher and mealy is video of them beating their kids. Why water other children melt them trying to enter them water. This is ridiculous. Four times this week oils are going to be destroyed. Just any celebrity. I know is listening to my dirty reports because these are very important. I just want you to know. That's how you handled getting a lot of public backlash whether or not you should wash your kids. Make sterkel video about it. Let's all enjoy it and really quickly here before we move on. Andre drummond is a hero today after child accidentally fell into a pool and it was caught on camera. Well it wasn't necessarily today. It was a little while ago but he did just post surveillance video of his family hanging out of his home. Run the pool when his two year. Old son dion accidentally fell into the water. Now andre drummond immediately jumped into the pool fully closed without even an ounce of hesitation and he was able thankfully to save his son. He captured on the video. Though and this is my favorite part because you know when you pass something really kind of scary and you just need to make a joke about it so that it's not as scary well. He captured this video. Not all heroes wear capes a parent's worst nightmare featuring my son and i with a whole bunch of crying laughing emojis but it looked like a album title. It was nobody was injured. Thank god but the video is pretty scary because his son is just so small and you can check out that video by checking out the dirty page. I'm meghan infra shannon..

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"sterkel" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Objects this puritan in natural objects which formerly had protected nature for men evaporated man's effective monopoly on spirit in this world was confirmed in the old inhibition to expectation of nature crumbled by the thirteenth century. Natural theology in the latin west was caught becoming the average understand. God's mind by discovering how his creation operates in this way modern western science was cast in the matrix of christian theology the dynamism or religious devotion the dynamism of religious devotion shape writer judeo christian dogma of creation gave impetus because european ecological conceptions are implicit in the development of the technical order quote unquote christian. Attitudes can be seen to have been as prerequisites white says. We are superior to nature contemptuous of it. Wouldn't you use it for a slightest whim to a christian. A tree can be no more than a physical fact. The whole concept of the secret grove is alien to christianity to ethos of the west for nearly two millennia christian missionaries. I've been chopping down. Secret grows which are idolatrous because they assumed spirit in nature. I have said earlier. That religion is the sacrifice ideology. The technical order is the rationalization of nature. It was a process. Hinted at long ago in european commitment commitment required moral sanction and was and what was formerly recognizes religion in the west in turn had to be compatible with this commitment or taken another form in other words a religious formation cannot change without commitment changing and vice versa as white says quote the president increasing disruption of the global environment is the product but they namic technology and science their growth cannot be understood historically apart from distinctive attitudes toward nature which are deeply grounded in christian dogma unquote. European science and technology are then ideologically dependent on this christian arrogance toward nature. I demand our daily habits of action are dominated by an implicit faith in petrol. Progress rooted in an indefensible. Apart from judeo christian till y'all g we can continue today to live as we have lived for about seventeen hundred years very largely. In a context of christian axioms christian ideology has played a support of cultural role in the uniqueness of western european techno social development at certain formulated periods in his cultural slash historical process their record versus the quote unquote apology. The cultural historical record of the european experience clarifies the interdependent relationship between the institutionalization of european sanity and the european p realistic endeavor as well as the compatibility of christian ideology with european cultural nationalism the efforts of reinhold niebuhr to salvage christianity cleanse it of this historical record are perhaps the most impressive of any christian apologist but in our view his failures nonetheless evident. His discussion is helpful to us. As it is in his attempts to extricate the essence of christianity in the history and character of the european imperial order. They touches on some of the most significant issues raised discussion. One of these issues is that of the so-called universality of the church for neighbor their sterkel evils of the west issue from collective egotism.

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"sterkel" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"sterkel" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"There had to find a way to be the boss being command and for me. You know what it came down to kent. Whoever was going to be in command was going to be a commandment to and that's to me. That's it that was the fight. I'm gonna go further. But for me. I don't i don't be as somebody if it's you know it's one thing i don't try to go somewhere else making something that's more interesting more. No it stat. Whatever it is for me. It was who's going to control the jet that that one night and strictly controlled the jab. Now to the credit where i disagree with you. A little bit was what way traffic except the second round the second round hole a run. He made a run to get back into the fight and he might have even one that second round to be honest he made him one. But i'd find out for me And it was all one way. Traffic bed strickland. Shoulders worth chilled. Why was the favorite. So why people take so much a out there. In a ufc world in mma will where they took control but he took a four with the he did his. I like to say he's set the table jeb eating that he ate with the right at. That's what he was looking at. That was that was his. That was his mo that was that was his plan. You could see it wasn't complex was going to set the table to great with the right hand. What i eat and and he did he. He had a nice steph accurate hawed jam and the difference for me was where whole came up short way a homemade homemade a bit of a mistake was holding us holding music jam. His jab was a little long hauls and he should've found the to take control with his job. He should have found because they're gonna come down to who controls the jeb as good a good troll the night. That's what was going come down to. And he added shot there. Let's say he would have won. The other guy showed his worth sterkel. Show to be the the destroyer guy the more complete guide. You will Where he could have an edge if they went to the floor. Ed used that edge by just getting into the right position not even avenue to go to the mat but getting up against getting hold up against the defense the the cage if you will What he way he could have control it. Kinda did with dc the great daniel kobe and all those commentators with great would talk about what he talked about. Kate space who gets see. I talk about geography. He talks about safety all the same cage face. Who gets the right cage space that they need and for me. It's geography but it about like i said save it amounts to it amounts of the same day and what it came down to. There was not understanding holding understand about distance where he had a little longer jab. He needed to throw his have for maybe four inches maybe three inches further back. Eddie he might have had a chance. He did it in spots and he landed but wasn't enough. It wasn't enough. He allowed again cage space geography. Whatever makes you comfortable baby. But he allowed strictly to get his the distance where he could jab for the proper distance and be the boss where all did never got wondering accommodate commentators. Who i again. I applaud them. I can't remember what it was busy. Paying was to shelter. Yes felt he does a great job to and then and then the blow-by-blow. Guy friend in brendan fitzgerald. Yeah they're all very good. But one of mehta said something right along what i was thinking about and i was tweeting about. My man. Rob was getting those tweets. Baby you know where where they mentioned. He's having trouble. He being whole with this fits and that's what they meant for me was. He was jabber for the right distance again. He had long rum's if.

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"sterkel" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show

The Small Business Radio Show

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show

"Have brick and mortar stores. What's becoming very popular now. Is to order online and pick it up in the store or this past year. You pick it up on the sidewalk right. So that's another level of complexity absolutely and you can look batman in that through that lens having multiple sales channels that having a brick and mortar store is a former senator sales channel just like those online ones. And that's being able to connect the tissue connective tissue across all those channels is critical. Online tools. can help you do that. And so where do you start. Implementing something like this over. I mean because it could be really mind numbing to try to figure this out. Do you implemented solution before. He did the channels. I mean that's the optimal way to do it. What if you have all these channels. You're you're trying to manually manage them so think whether you're starting from scratch or whether you already have presents a few of those different channels in either case you can start by picking the right tool. Make sure that you gradually migrate your prophecies. Test out different types of channels to figure out what's working and what's not gradually build competence both in being able to automate a lot of the nitty gritty crosses multiple channels by picking the right tool and get to learn the different channels. Which ones may be better for the pet discussion. Whether you're trying to type product you're trying to sell. This is easier said than done. And so i know that you work in the intuit ecommerce area. A lot of people have been to a products like quickbooks. How does your product actually integrate if they're using quickbooks so tastic question and let me maybe stick Back to a little bit more context so play. Our vision of quickbooks is to deliver a comprehensive digital platform or from one central hub. Small business owners can actually run and manage their businesses from inventory to sales county in accounting ecommerce reconciliation to to deliver that vision Works development Cars solution which is the pillar of at innovation and acquisition required to commerce centric technology companies. Unless you're a couple of years. Trade gecko on sas focusing on each out inventory management in addition third-party ecommerce solutions some of the equitable wa. And the way this works. Is we allow you to basically at leverage and automated integration. Cookbooks cars in quickbooks online. Such that you can operate both of those tools in a harmonious way and use bolts. Do both managing back office. Your county and demand. Your commerce sales channels eclipse commerce through this combination of these. Both both of these tools. The inconsistent experience in using at same underlying data in order to inform those decisions around. Were to sell which product for the most profitability. This is becoming increasingly important. Because we've seen during the dynamic. There's huge supply chain issues and a lot of people can't provide services because they don't have the parts and only have the parts they don't even know what they have inventory over so so you're right on and i'll say that get out of the pressures on a supply chain which all of us are feeling consumer and certainly a small businesses well Having a good handle on what exactly to have in your inventory being able to leverage sterkel sales data to figure out when you run out of thirty products in the underlining together is also critical at which point success business heavily hinges. Also on. how well you manage your back off. L. manager inventory in the supply chain leading to inventory. You know it seems to me that the knock on quickbooks course whichever small business starts with has always been well when you get to a certain size it really can't handle the larger issues. Like sales integration or or imagining inventory. But it seems to me that intuit is acquiring these companies to enable it to do just that you hit the nail on the head and as i just mentioned earlier was so so critical for us to be able to provide those core digital capabilities to address these key pains our customers have as they want to sell more smarter than take control which is live with acquired trade geico and monster house or last saturday no year so these are underlying says of products which were integrating the broader quickbooks online ecosystem in order to deliver on those exact needs in those exact benefits for customers so for a lot of small business owners. You know online they stop. They start with shop. Affi- how does quickbooks commerce compared to a to a like shopping. So we look at the defy as your website. Flex right just can't liberty and mortar store man. The worst store former shopping by and having deep integration of shopping side. We're able to take the various sills inventory. Related data as transactions. Take place on shoppers. Buy in management. Front quick looks commerce in order to literally not only to have automated e commerce accounting capability with. Qb oh that cannabis this rather to also say no. I'm selling your shopping flight. They also want to sell an amazon on the cell. Nelson's on facebook on excel song walmart etcetera and allow you to basically sync up automatically crafts. What might have been initially just a with fi web storefronts additional online channel while taking the pain. Otherwise otherwise that manually you know. I think the one thing that really want people to take from this interview is how important integration is if you have different silos of different processes in your organization and everything isn't working together you're never going to be able to expand and grow your business especially over in the ecommerce area. You're harker centre-right thank you nailed it given the multiplicity of places where customers may be reached you end up typically as platforms and fails challenge to sell on set up with multiplicity silos by making valid silos in using tools such as quickly commerz you able to wrestle to the ground appreciate complexities and unlocking for yourself. Proceed to settle more smarter than to control approach on show. Where can people learn more about quickbooks commerce to perhaps add to what they're already doing within to it so just go through websites and quick south common and basically all the information about quickbooks because them at large quickbooks commerce software in particular now now now quickbooks has always been incredibly economic. What's the cost of using quickbooks commerce. So what what's commerce is this price. It's twenty dollars a month so Commended top of quickbooks online monthly cost. And we believe that powerful combination quickbooks online quick looks. Commerce is both Competitive pricing cost perspective. As it is interesting functionality capabilities. It provides customers as far as i totally agree on as far as i'm to use this kind of integration tool you're wondering why they're not charging two thousand dollars a month so over. Thanks for joining us. And i wanna thank everyone for joining this week's radio show. I got to thank our incredible staff. 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"sterkel" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"sterkel" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Well let's wrap up this Bonus podcast in looking to the week that has been for the new york rangers and the washington capitals And i purposely saved the firing of jeff gordon an john davidson just because i don't think i'm biased or in a minority here to really good hockey guys right High character individuals coaches are higher to be fired managers. Hard to be fired. I i understand that. And you're the owner of an nhl team. Sports franchise doesn't matter. You're the guy who gets to make the final call whether you know media agree with it. Occupations agree with With it or the statistics agree with it doesn't matter but shocking nonetheless wasn't it in i i felt like correct me if i'm wrong. I know dolan thought that the team underachieved this year. I i don't buy that. i mean to me. They look like they're on the track towards a full transition but he just grew impatient and toogood. Good hockey guys lost their jobs. Couple of years ago. They sent out that letter. We're going to rebuild so that you don't send out that letter without the okay of the order right. I would assume. I mean. I'm not in management but i assume find the gm. I just don't send that letter. Go out mr owner. This is what we're doing so this is a rebuil- who thinks rebuilt takes two years. It does it. It just doesn't so in that timeframe they acquired adam fox who's going to be. A norris. Finalist inquired timmy. Pineiro one of the most creative players in the game. They drafted capo cocco. They drafted alexi lafraniere. They have a terrific young goaltender in eager. Scher sterkel like they've got some reasons ray now. It doesn't need it doesn't mean no drake's at the owner viewed the construction of the roster the same way and coming on the heels of what happened monday night. There's lots of talk about that. They wanted to be a more well. Rounded team have more toughness That can be too sure. And it's his prerogative because he's writing the checks to hire and fire Was stunned by by the decision and big job for chris. Guri right i i mean e e he he's been offered similar posts with other nhl teams in. He declined not that he expected or knew this was coming but he obviously felt comfortable with the new york rangers. But i it's tallouse coming. Slots is going to be there to to help him. You know kinda. Make his way through the world of being a fulltime gm but on top of that the role of president and of the new york rangers. No less. i mean that's all i will yesterday All of a sudden well not all of a sudden the firing happen so immediately some of the press corps to mark messier and say. Hey mom interested. He's like yeah. I'm interested in helping so now. You've got the specter of mass hanging around. Do and whatever that means. But i will say this about chris. Drury connecticut.

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"sterkel" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"sterkel" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"And the nice touch well. You know classy app. Classy out. it's the the the the other really funny thing that happens right about this moment is is i let a few people know that it was me i was like know. Are you following this with lindsay. Yeah this is a sterkel. It's me and one of the people who shall remain nameless. Actually at that point does how does the do not run when the third pizza is delivered in out. See not like. I'm getting the hell out of here. And we went back and forth and again in just a massive amount of over think. We ultimately concluded that if a woman gets three pizzas. It's you're either gonna get killed or have the greatest night of your life so we figured he was just at that point pot committed. I'm doing well. i can assure you this. He definitely took it very personally and was like who doesn't like me. I was like Known doesn't like you not about you. At.

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