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"tech shaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:09 min | 4 months ago

"tech shaw" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The next round in the battle against the pandemic is underway and distribution of a covert 19 vaccine has begun across the United States. The Food and Drug Administration commissioner says he's hopeful the first Corona virus vaccine will be administered by tomorrow on CNN's state of the union. Dr. Stephen Hahn claims no outside comments or pressure were applied. To any decisions made about the vaccine. We have been very clear that nothing guided our decision. No external comments. No external pressure other than the science and data guided our decision making on insists the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year is realistic. It's possible. I've certainly heard those discussions and I think that's a reasonable prediction. And I have confidence around that assistant nursing professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experienced severe side effects. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue headache the day after that vaccine. On Ben. That evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. I took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms. And if they do, they'll go away. I'm at Madison. Bye and Tech is ramping up production of its Corona by respect seen the German company that developed a vaccine in partnership with Visor is getting ready to meet the demand Now that the U. S. Food and Drug Administration's emergency use approval has been issued, Reuters reported that by on Tech CEO or in Sheheen says the company is looking into different ways to make more vaccine within anticipated production next year of 1.3 billion doses needed I'm Lisa Taylor. I'm Cameron Fairchild. The number of deaths because of covert 19 complications drops for the third straight day. The Kobe tracking project reports there were slightly fewer than 2500 deaths reported on Saturday. It had been more than 2700 on Friday and top 3000 that two days before that there was also a decline in the number of new cases detected more than 223,000. New cases were reported. Down from Friday's record high of nearly 235,000 hospitals continue to feel the strain of the pandemic. There were more than 108,000 Americans being treated for coded 19 in the hospital on Saturday. I'm Jim Forbes, the Centers for Disease Control reports. A record 188 million flu vaccines have been distributed throughout the United States. That's the most in any influence of season yet More than 44 Million flu vaccines administered and pharmacies by late November signal the 46% increase from the same time last year, and the CDC says only 429 people have tested positive for the flu since September, 27th making it a significantly lighter season than in years past. They're recommending everyone get a flu shot this year because of the covert 19 pandemic. I'm at Matins and a Georgia youth football coach has been expelled from the league after a shocking viral video. Sarah Bartlett has details. It happened at a tournament in Kissimmee, Florida, with players seven years old and younger Savannah coach Gerald Williams's seen hitting a young player twice once, knocking him off balance and again knocking him to the ground. The video has gone viral, even garnering criticism from pro athletes like LeBron James. The boy's mother was notified of the incident but decided not to Press charges. A winter storm is pounding parts of Oklahoma. The National Weather Service says some areas could get up to five inches of snow. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. Could there be another covert relief bill on Monday, West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, speaking on Fox News Sunday says yes. Although there's no guarantee Congress will pass the $908 Billion Plan, Britain and the European Union extended the deadline to reach a post Brexit trade agreement Today, negotiations had been deadlocked, but both sides decided to make an additional push for an agreement. Finnish Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain will not walk away from the negotiating table where there's life. There's hope we're gonna keep talking to see what we could do. The UK certainly won't be walking away from the talks. I think people will expect us to To go the extra mile. The two sides must reach an agreement by December 31st as many as eight in 10. People in the U. S could be vaccinated by next summer that, according to Monster office, Lowery, who heads up the government's push to approve and distribute vaccines for covered 19 on Fox News Sunday Slough, he said after the FDA authorized emergency use of the visor by on Tech Shaw Mode. Ernest Vaccine likely will be approved by Friday. It's part of a portfolio of six products to ramp up the number of available doses in the U. S. And up to 80% of the population would need to be immunized, he said, possibly by June to reach herd immunity. Deutsche Bank could move as many as half of its 4600 Manhattan staff to other cities. In the U. S. Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini reports, spokesman Daniel Hunter tells Bloomberg Deutsche Bank is discussing how to allow more employees to work from home and from other locations. As it moves operations to the Time Warner Center in New York City. It's set to open an office there next year. Hunter's comments come after Cristiana Riley, chief executive officer of the Americas Division. Told the Financial Times that Deutsche Bank could conceivably cut its New York headcount by half in the next five years. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg Bloomberg Business Week with Tara Messer from Bloomberg Radio. Hi, I'm Carol Mansour coming up in the second hour of the weekend edition of Bloomberg Business Week..

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"tech shaw" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

06:39 min | 10 months ago

"tech shaw" Discussed on Download This Show

"Academy Moran Thank you so much having to be here and he's a software developer with access informatics, Betamax. It's been far too long. Welcome back hit has my good to see you again. I want to start with actual recognition. given the circumstances blast few weeks. We've seen IBM Microsoft an Amazon. All sort of slow down their roll out of facial recognition, particularly in relation to. Law Enforcement so we might go through the individually specifically with Amazon. What have they changed? Well Amazon did make some statements decrying police, brutality and systematic racism that came up in the protests about after the killing of George Floyd and they were criticized by people quite rightly because they supply the police with facial recognition software. It's called Rick. Spelled with a K. critics pointed out the hypocrisy of what they were doing. Supplying the police with face recognition, and then criticizing the police for the brutality, so they have responded to that and pulled back format IBM also have made statements about the justice in Policing Act, and they've also followed by agreeing not to sell their software. The blaze Microsoft, I think they have face recognition services in the cloud, but they so far have not sold them to the police so that they've said that they do that at the moment machine learning. Learning of course allows Massar violence at things like demonstrations, and potentially it means that people who go to a demonstration of course pays for process. Protest is a right in a democracy, but if everyone is able to be recognized by software, L. Mass it really, it's like having your votes. Being counted in democracy, it's just anti-democratic, so I think it's being used disproportionately. And of course there is research that shows that doc skins lead to more errors in Feis recognition, so you could say that the software biking in the privilege this sounds. Weird, but does it make any difference at these handful of big companies have stopped when they're awes-. Facial. Recognition stops around it. Do you think it has a? Meaningful Impact Sarah impact happens is the messaging and the public acceptance or rejection of what facial recognition technology means for us a society so are if there's big companies went supplies with that Tech Shaw some little upstart somewhere. We'll definitely go in do it. In dock rooms in DOT, com is. But I think what having a public compensation you know. The three of us now are talking about this, which talking about what it means and I I think that it's actually pot of those big companies social licensed to operate. To allow us to be able to talk about it as a community, sorry, a social license is the idea that when a big company operates in the community need to give them permission to do certain things, and I think that as a community at the moment whistled of a bit sketchy on what Algorithm, ICK, profiling and data recognition. Of facial technology actually means for us, and so that's why the debate is happening right now. Social Essences is such an interesting concept and. The interesting thing about it as a as a notion is that it's not really enshrined. It only really comes into effect when people get up and talk about it and criticize companies, and I guess the interesting thing about these particular companies paid, or is that some of the loudest voices decrying the use of facial recognition for these purposes? We're actually employees particularly at Amazon. Who I think had been quite vocal about the way they are in company was be using technology. Yes, so the have been some Amazon employees who who spoken out and There are rumors that they may be punished. As a result of that certainly Amazon cracks down. It seems on things like any ideas of unit unionizing or protests, and that sort of thing so yeah, they can use their own abilities. to control their own staff, and this is really disturbing I mean. I think if if the revelations from it would snowden tell us anything it's that if if government's or large organizations can use a technology for mass violence, they will do it, and even in the face of. Of Laws that try to prevent it, so it's very disturbing that these capabilities are out of the bag. The cats out of the bag if you like, and of course, if even if Amazon doesn't supply to the police is nothing to stop a third party buying the Amazon, service and then on selling it to the police, so it's really a you know. It's not something that we can simply control by. These vendors agreed to do something. I think it's GonNa be. It's going to be regulation. It's gotTa to be. Privacy. Regulation has got to be amped up. They've gotta be big penalties for abusing that trust given the prevalence of face masks. The current facial recognition technology to market does it work despite having the bottom half you face covered. Thousand particularly some of the technology. That's available in China. Wear masks are very. Mostert they get used to your face, wearing a mosque. It may feel like you're being a little bit more snaky and a little bit more private by popping that mosque on, but I. Tell you what the computers they just know that it's in a mosque you without a mosque same. Apples extra. Point Year. Apples updated the advice ID to handle mosques better in the latest version of IOS. And of course there's other technologies to in China. They have gate recognition, which recognizes people by the way they walk, so they really don't. They say they face at all. The only thing that we could do is have some sort of the their patents. You can use on a on your. Your face on like printed on a mask that are deliberately designed upset facial recognition so I guess you could wear a mask of a celebrity or someone else, but it's possible maybe to doing something like having glasses which have fake is on them in different spicing them may be some ways to counter this, but the recognition as I said using things like your gate. Your hides other things about you than by that will continue to get better. I mean the thing about all of this object, detection and face recognition is. Continuing to improve, and the right of improvement is improving, so it's a real battled to beat it at the end of the day. This technology easy to actually inevitable otherwise we can temper and control its roll out at the moment. Painter I can't say why to do it I. mean unless the laws become really strict. Government seems to be the ones that are using it. The Muslim in England apparently is completely covered in cameras in the streets..

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"tech shaw" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"tech shaw" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"But i'm happy to be here nonetheless thanks jack well we have some on the on a fearless for once you know what peter in florida real quickly is he there right peters a lesson earn florida like we how to kill year but you know slowest run for the spurs oh one i heart radio i will take you quickly go ahead sir i'm i'm i'm the builder and i i just want you to know that you know you talk about your indian situation of their yeah and i'm i'm standing near him and you never tell me looking at the end in liberally girl and our i school football known as the fighting and and you mentioned you know the start with bradley used to be the and didn't but they began politically correct the when they came down the florida told the from a whole thing couldn't be the best thought from florida state seminole drive golden to get a lot because it's a little driving very proud of that you know and you probably know that the film old tribe also the hard lockout that a and as they stay there taking back america one hamburger the right so the good news in the world here peter i can tell you that yeah most of the seminoles get about a four hundred thousand dollars life and every year you know you deceptive said yeah damage of your situations and hitter was referring jim earlier to this article at the so yesterday i talked about this is the one mural of these hand painted girls in the durham the hampshire post office not far from the you when it's campus that bothered this one person this residents so much that he had a lob to the post office to kind of right i'm more i can can tech shaw buys the pro adversity pat over native american vacate a in indian.

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"tech shaw" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"tech shaw" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

"We have to get the signs out there's a people know that this this claim is tossed the other messages we tested or intended to highlight the dangers of the diseases that back teams prevent so we're focused pacific lee on the meals monster rebel of axeman and then or backs team which is the one that haven't falsely _q's of causing autism and so we tested three messages about that dangers of those diseases one was it tech shaw information of the sort this provide on the and out the parents get it there doctors office winner trout was given the sex team so it's information about the risks of the disease and a potential symptoms of of missiles a monster rebel and we had two other wasted to potentially illustrate that danger in a more dramatic form one of which was touched images of children with these diseases which many people that have not seen because of our teams have been so effective that that eliminating cases of them and then second the narrative about a single in central became very you know with me souls again develop by the cbc and intended to communicate in a more relatable way why scare ciao backs into brenda sorting from happenings your job and so what did you find of these messages which runs were effective and how effective or they the good news was of the cricket information actually was successful at reducing belief in the miffed said back seems cause autism we found a parents were less likely to say that back teams cause autism after they got that corrective information but when we look that the bottom line through public health perspective which is whether parents would fascinated future child this so what we call the intend to vaccinate we find that none of those messages about the dangers of disease that we described increased perez intention to vaccinate and in fact that corrected information same evac teams don't cause autism actually made parents less likely to say he would vaccinate.

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