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Ring Pro and Echo Show 5 on Sale
"Hey, there Terry Fisher here and today I. WanNa Tell You about another Labor Day sale that is on at least at the time of this recording. So I can't as usual guarantee how long this sale will be on for but I wanNA tell you about it and it is this the ring pro doorbell. You've been looking to get a ring pro, which is the top of the line doorbell that Amazon makes, and of course, it works with Lexi then you may want to jump on this deal the. Price for this particular doorbell is three hundred dollars case it's not cheap for sure. It is now on sale seventy dollars off or twenty, three percent off for two thirty. Now, here's the kicker you can also by clicking on the appropriate on the page, get them to throw in an echo show five for free. So now for two hundred and thirty dollars, you're getting the the ring pro video doorbell and echo show a five, and so normally the two of those together or just under four hundred dollars and you can get those for two thirty. So that's one hundred and sixty nine dollars offer forty, two percent off. So if you're looking for an echo show five and a ring pro doorbell. then. This may be the deal that you want to jump on just a little bit about the ring pro so it's got. High definition display. So it's compatible with ten eighty P camera. That's where it's. It's hard wired to keep that in mind if you if you're going to store it in your door. You need to have the power supply coming from the home itself hardwired. So it doesn't work on batteries. You can choose the face plate, which is kind of interesting so you can get it to match. Your home finishings, which is pretty cool and It's got all the advanced. detection features advanced motion detection and so
Amazon Halo Band Can Detect Emotion
"I have a very interesting story to share with you again today. Now, it's not directly related with Lexi to be perfectly honest but I think it's another hint of what Amazon Doing Amazon is doing and how Lexie's going to become embedded in our smart devices. Amazon just announced that they have released a new. Health tracking device called the halo, band and it's basically. From what I can tell a competitive device to things like the fit bit. So what does the Halo do? Well first of all, it's there is no face there's no screen on it. It's a device that you wear and everything is underneath the band. So you've got the that's checking your pulse, for example, and here's some of the things the device can do. It includes three body scans for body fat and so on and includes a tracker it can track your physical activity but here's the really interesting part with voice technology it can track your mood and it can use. Voice tone detection to analyze emotion. Now, I have to believe that a next generation of this device or alternately a next generation. lexi device is going to incorporate this technology where the way you speak can actually the analyzed and your emotion can be. Told from the way you are speaking. At the demos of this Halo Band when you? Tells you brief cast dot fm are you feeling sad and so on and my sense is that this is a way for Amazon to try this out, and then somehow lexi voice technology makes sense is going to be incorporated with a way to detect emotion either through this device itself or through Lexi. I would love to hear your comments on this hit me up on twitter Dr Terry, Fisher Dart, E. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R.. How do you feel about that about lexi potentially being able to understand how you are emotionally feeling at any particular time very
"terry fisher" Discussed on Alexa in Canada
"All right now before we get into the podcast as well, I also want to let you know that I'm doing something a little different this time around, and that is in addition to recording the audio for the podcast. I am actually recording the video as well right now and I'm going to try this as an experiment and see how it goes. If you want to check out the video, then you could always go to my youtube channel just search for on Youtube Dr Terry Fisher, and you'll be able to find. The podcast episode and hopefully subsequent podcast episodes as well. Today..
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"He there Terry Fisher here and I know this is never ever ever happened to you where Lexie didn't understand what said right right now. Okay. Here's the deal today I wanNA help you troubleshoot things if for some reason Lexi doesn't understand or respond to what you're saying. Here's a list of things that you can try and and just going to go through them, and these are hopefully some ways that you can sort out what the issue is. Number One make sure that you're using the power doctor that was included with your device right and make sure that it is on make sense number to make sure that you have an active. Internet connection number three check that your device isn't muted because of his muted. Then she's doing what she's supposed to do, which is not respond to you. So you want the red light to be off the see a red light on that means is muted. Now if you have a device that does have a screen one way you can force Lexi to listen to you is by pressing the action button. So that's the little button with just a small little dot on it, and that is the same thing as saying hello to Lexi and using the wake word. Then we can do is you can make sure that Lexi here's you. You can move your device away from walls and other speakers or other background noise. So it's easier make sure that you are speaking naturally and clearly, and you can also try rephrasing or question or make it more specific. Finally. You can try Lexi, did you hear me and she will repeat to you what you said if she did hear you and if all else fails, you can always try to unplug your device and plug it back in and essentially you're forcing it to reset at that point. Okay. So hopefully, this is not an issue for you but if is these are some of the things that you can try to do troubleshoot if Lexie is not paying attention to you take care. BRIEF CAST DOT FM..
Use Alexa to Roll Your Dice
"Hello. There Terry Fisher here, and if you're into board games particularly while we are trying to practice good physical distancing here and you have run into the problem of losing your dice as I have many times, you can use Lexi to help you solve this problem. It's very simple. You simply say Lexi. Roll the dice and she gives you a number. Now here's the really cool part there certain games that have Die that are. Less than or more than six sides, and you can actually tell Lexi to roll those dice as well. I guess die for plural What you say is Lexi roll a seven sided dice lexi role. A eight sided is lexi role, a fifty three sided dice and just about any combination I suppose you could do I haven't really tried like really really huge numbers but. That's the way to do it. So there you go if you're into board games and you lost your dice. That's what you do. Talk to Lexi. All right the top before you talk to you tomorrow.
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hello. . Terry Fisher here with your fashion for today today actually have a sale to tell you about yesterday was talking about how you should be waiting until prime day to get the biggest sales. . But the problem is we don't know when Prime Day is. . Well today got some other news for you and that is i. . did discover that there are some sales going on right now and they're pretty good I can't promise it. . They're going to be the same as. . Prime Day, , in fact on prime they usually sales are quite a bit better than anything that we see during the year. . However, , what is interesting about the sale is that if you've been looking to get the echo auto, , the brand new echo device that is available in Canada. . For the first time it is on sale it's normally seventy dollars and you can get it now for forty five dollars forty, four, , , ninety, nine, , , twenty, , five dollars off or thirty, , six percent off. . To grab that if you want to simply use this link, , A. L. E. X. in Canada dot ca slash echo auto that will take you directly to the Amazon site where you can grab that and I during the commission as I mentioned before it isn't affiliate link. . There are other devices on sale as well at the time of this recording. . So you can get an echo show five, , four, , seventy, , five bucks an echo show eight for one, , hundred and fifteen. . The ECHO show is not on sale but. . The Echo plus is on sale for one hundred, , which is actually a really good deal not one and there you go. . So I can't promise along the cells are going to be on for. . But if you just <hes> like I said, , go do. . In Canada dot ca slash Amazon or slash echo it'll take you directly there and you can check those sales. .
Echo Auto on Sale for First Time
"Hello. Terry Fisher here with your fashion for today today actually have a sale to tell you about yesterday was talking about how you should be waiting until prime day to get the biggest sales. But the problem is we don't know when Prime Day is. Well today got some other news for you and that is i. did discover that there are some sales going on right now and they're pretty good I can't promise it. They're going to be the same as. Prime Day, in fact on prime they usually sales are quite a bit better than anything that we see during the year. However, what is interesting about the sale is that if you've been looking to get the echo auto, the brand new echo device that is available in Canada. For the first time it is on sale it's normally seventy dollars and you can get it now for forty five dollars forty, four, ninety, nine, twenty, five dollars off or thirty, six percent off. To grab that if you want to simply use this link, A. L. E. X. in Canada dot ca slash echo auto that will take you directly to the Amazon site where you can grab that and I during the commission as I mentioned before it isn't affiliate link. There are other devices on sale as well at the time of this recording. So you can get an echo show five, four, seventy, five bucks an echo show eight for one, hundred and fifteen. The ECHO show is not on sale but. The Echo plus is on sale for one hundred, which is actually a really good deal not one and there you go. So I can't promise along the cells are going to be on for. But if you just like I said, go do. In Canada dot ca slash Amazon or slash echo it'll take you directly there and you can check those sales.
Change Display on the Echo Show
"Hey there terry. Fisher here with your flash briefing today today I've got another tip for you particularly. If you have an echo multi-modal device meaning one with a display now there's been a lot of news obviously about cove nineteen and some of the news isn't always great to see if it's headline after headline of negative stuff, so if that's the reason or there's. There's another reason and you do not want to see the news headlines on your echo display devices. Here's a very simple way to change it. You actually do this on the device. Go to the device you swipe down from the top of the home screen. Then you tap settings, and then you'll see either home and clock Oriole. See home content whichever one. One you see for your particular device. Click on that, and then you scroll down to news, and you can switch off the toggle switch, and you can keep scrolling down and you can tell toggle off the trending topics as well if he preferred to do so, and this is a way that you can well eliminate those news headlines. If you don't WanNa see. See them on your device. If you do wanna see them then, hey, then you're set, and also you can use these options as you'll see as ways of controlling the different types of content that you can see on your screen
Canadian Skill Analysis
"Here. It's Terry Fisher here with the flash briefing for Tuesday and today I have a special one that I want to tell you about if you have been wondering about some of these statistics and Some of the best performing skills in Canada I want to tell you about a website and the website is voice. Market Data Dot Com actually interviewed the founder and the the the person who runs this website back on my podcast, and that's Dr Simon Landry. He's an expert with a PhD in audiology, and this was back on episode one zero five, so if you WanNa, hear that you can go to L. A. and Candidat one zero five, anyway. The point of the flash briefing today is to tell you that he just published on his website. Voice Market Data. An analysis of the skills
A Fun Alexa Routine
"Today I, want to follow up on what we talked about yesterday and that was. How do you create routines? And that was all I went to a lot of detail in the podcast by the way. If you want to listen to that podcast, you just to AOL A in Canada dot ca slash one twenty nine. So since creating that I've been thinking myself. How can I create some cooler teams? Do some fun stuff and I thought maybe that can use it to. Call, a practical joke, but just something to interact with my kids with, and so what I did was set up routine when I say Lexi and my son's name is in the room or my daughter's name is in the room. Then Lexi will respond with some sound effects like an air horn, applause, cheering that sort of thing and say something like my son like you're the man ad I know it seems kind of silly when I say it out loud like that, but he got a real kick out of it, and so I wonder if there are other things that we could do that would be really fun ways and you could use Lexi to. To surprise some people in your home when they say certain things so thinking about that I'd love to hear your feedback on that. sent me messages on twitter Dr Terry Fisher, Dart are Fisher or on the facebook community page. AL A in Canada. Dot Ca Slash community I'd love to hear that things that you're doing with your
Voice User Interface Design for Healthcare with Ilana Meir
"I'm Dr Terry Fisher, a physician and voice technology futurist. Voice Technology is rapidly becoming the operating system of our lives, and it will completely revolutionized the way we experience healthier. Let's talk voice. He there and welcome to the podcast episode sixty six of voice I health I am so pleased to have you along for today's podcast. Speaking with Alanna mayor, who is one of the leading experts when it comes to we design voice, user, interface, design, and specifically at the intersection with healthcare. She is a chapter contributor to the recently released book voice, Technology and healthcare, and she comes on the podcast today to speak about expertise, provide some tips about voice, user, interface, design, and really share so much. Much of her knowledge with us, so if you are looking at potentially creating some type of voice experience, whether it is for healthcare or otherwise, you're going to want to listen to this podcast episode, because there are some real nuggets in here when it comes to designing your voice experience so without any further ado I'd love to welcome Alannah onto the podcast. Okay welcome Atlanta. It is a real pleasure to have you on the podcast today. Thanks so much for being here. Yeah, it's good to be here again. Thanks for having me. It's been a long time since we chatted on the on the PODCAST, but we have chatted on and off over I. Guess it's almost a couple of years now since we first met I think at one of the earlier voice conferences. I've been following what you're doing. And you certainly are an expert in design voice user interface design, so I was really excited to have you back on, and as well a lot of listeners will know you are a chapter contributor for the new. Book Voice Technology Healthcare and I wanted to chat with you about that as well so before we get into all that money, if I could ask you to introduce yourself a little bit to the listeners. Sure. I'm automate year. A voice, interface, designer or conversation designer. And I specialize in healthcare I've worked for a number of pairing provider organizations clients of mine I helping them specifically with patient. Wonderful and I'm always interested. Any listeners are to. How does one get into voice design? Like what's what's the background there? I was just thinking about that this morning and I think that the way people have historically gotten into design into voice design is different from how people are currently getting into it or will continue to get in in in the future so historically. It attracted a lot of linguists and linguists is still important, but now gratuity of people are coming to the. Fields from places like like interaction, design or you ex design those. Places for me I came to the field from anthropology and psychology and Marketing Akrons at the about strategic communications and The. Understanding of people's inner workings also. the cultural systems that they act with it so really there. There are a variety of pads in the ice that I always give people. Is You have your unique strengths that you're bringing to the field? The new should build on those strengths and pitch the strengths. That's great and so, what was your first little? Your entrance into the voice designed specifically for you then was there. was there something that you experienced that me think? Oh, I want to be part of this voice technology industry, or is there any particular little story there? I. Fell into voice design I really wanted to be a product designer of really any sort, I was working in marketing. I WANNA make wanted to make the transition into design and. Ended up in voice design, which happened to be. A good combination of things like my singing background. My my marketing thing about the strategic communications again background. And a nice combination of logical thinking in creative thinking that I really enjoy. That's great and the seniors are interesting, because there's so many people that I've spoken to in voice in the industry that have some some sort of creative background and I think just really lends itself, so that's that's really interesting as well. So. You're an expert designer. As I mentioned in this chapter, and hopefully we had a little bit about the content, but also your take on voice, user, interface design, and why that is so important, because no, you're passionate about that, so maybe we can start there, and like why. Why is this an important area and particularly for healthcare as well? Often. People think about design as the pretty Bo that you put on a present. And ready ready for handoff, but I think that's a that's a big misconception, a missed opportunity. I design. Is really the last mile logistics that get this thing that you put so much thought effort into where you want it to go, and so you wouldn't have this amazing idea in. And then just haphazardly put it together and put it in the mail without any protection, you know it's possible that conducted the recipient unharmed by it's much better ally and to align strategically with your organization. better to think about who is the recipient tower. They going to receive this and make sure that everything is built. To? to forge that relationship between the sender in this case, payer provider organizations and and the patients. You need the right packing materials you need the right building materials, and you need the right box. You need the right track to make sure that it gets tale. That that patient.
Samsung Outdoor TV with Amazon Alexa
"You have been wondering if you can have a smart tv that you can control by voice with Lexi but here's the catch outside then. You may be very interested in what I have to tell you. There is a new TV. That is coming out by Samsung. Actually Samsung Canada. They have unveiled the TV called. The Terrace. It's a four K. Q. led TV. They're not cheap but they are built to allow them to be quite rugged and to have some water resistance and dust resistance and so they are designed to be outside. And what's interesting is. They are compatible with multiple voice system. So it includes of course bixby also Google assistant but also Amazon Lexi. So if this is something that would interest you you might want to check it out. They're not cheap. I'll tell you that much These are going to be going on sale. June twenty twenty and these are the prices. The fifty five inch is five thousand dollars. The sixty five inch is seven thousand dollars and the seventy five inch is nine thousand dollars. So that's the story if you want it. It's there starting in June all right and let's do a quick shout out to one of the most recent people that left a review for the flash briefing and this one is by somebody goes by the name of Book Lover and this is a great reviews of thank you so much for this review book. Clever gave it five stars and wrote great content. Highly informative voice candidates a great effort by Dr Terry Fisher. I listened to his flash briefing most mornings and learn something new each time from Amazon technology example fire TV and LEXI devices APPs try with Lexi and commands for Lexi. It's wonderful Dr Fisher. Being a physician also provides medical information that Lexi can also assist us with Dr Fisher has a great knowledge of the lexi devices. And what is up and coming both new lexi world as well as what is coming to Canada. A highly recommend that anyone with a lexi device also tap into voice in Canada for his daily briefings to become better educated. In what this powerful tool can do for us in our everyday. Lives a big. Thank you to a busy gentleman. Who obviously has a passion for technology and science? Thanks Dr Fisher. Wow thank you so much a booklet. I wish I knew your real name. That obviously took some time to write and I really appreciate that. What can I say. It's just so wonderful to hear those types of types of things and I'm glad that you are finding it valuable so thank you very much
"terry fisher" Discussed on Alexa in Canada
"You're listening to episode one twenty five of Alexa in Canada. The voice experience. Hey there I'm Dr Terry Fisher. One part physician. One part voiced newscast when big part Canadian and one small part of our community northern voice together. Let's explore how choice technology is transforming our lives north of the border. Let's talk voice. Hello there and welcome to the podcast. Hope you're having a great week Terry Fisher here and today This podcast is all about some of my favorite skills that you can use at home particularly while we are all kind of cooped up at the moment with the social distancing or or physical distancing that we are all trying our best to do before we get to that I do WanNa tell you about today's sponsor and this is a company known as vocal. Here's here's what they do. Imagine this you got voice. Assistance in kiosks wearables smart speakers the whole bit. There will actually soon be more things that talked to people in the world. Then we actually have people in the world thing about that friend that's crazy. And here's here's the deal. If you are a brand if you are a company and you want to differentiate yourself from others than it's really important to have a voice that sounds different than all the other generic voices that are going to be out there and that's where vocal. Id comes in. They are a voice. Ai Solutions Company. They create custom vocal personas for individuals and for brands. And they use breakthrough technology that leverages decades of research and the power of modern day machine learning to generate these unique vocal identities from just a few hours of audio and they are custom built in days the power of twenty four seven text audio conversion without compromising brand consistency. And it's possible. Vocal idea so please check them out vocal. Id Dot all right. So let's get to today's podcast again..
Coaching with Lucien Lu - Piano Teaching Via Flash Briefing
"Right so here we are with the one and only Lucien Lou. Lucien for people that were at project voice. You are no stranger to those people there. Because you're the guy carrying around all the camera gear and doing an amazing job of capturing all the content solution. Welcome to the PODCAST. We have a really cool project that we're going to work on together. Nobody take a moment here. Tell everybody who you are terrier. Really appreciate that. The shout and everything. It's just been super amazing to actually work with the one. And Only Dr Carrie Fisher Terry V as they call him on the streets Stupor Super Amazing. Learn tons of things and I enjoy being. Ll Rock for the few days that we were there. So superseded about flash briefings and who? I actually had a question. As Piano Teacher I teach panel of how can I actually get on this flash briefing How can I make it Alexa skill? Like so many questions as an entirely new person it just completely I do not know anything about flash briefings or waste so who else to go to turvy so awesome. That's that's awesome. So this is this is this is the idea. I think this is a pretty neat idea because what we're going to do is I want to help out Lucien Lesions and awesome guy like I say. He's a big big part of the team. Now part of the Doctor Terry Fisher brand team and election candidates for cells in everything that's going on and Lucien wants to as he said create a flash briefing and this is going to be an opportunity for the audience to listen in and hear about what goes into creating a good fuss briefing in the process in what you need to consider. And what's important? What's not important and how we can do this. So Lucien right now the way things are because I think this is good for people to know. Do you have much of a presence on the voice devices because it's interesting to note people where you're starting from a complete scratch. Man I have no podcasts. Have NO FLASH BRIEFING GROUND ZERO RIGHT NOW all right? But you're on tick tock and I have to say that when we're in Chattanooga crazy you happen to run into a fan that new. Your doc is not true man so so huge style that actually super crazy it is amazing that you guys see that But Yeah Tick Tock. Video is my more my presence. Youtube is grim. And Tick Tock but man. I'm saying like audio being the next thing asked where I wanna be okay. Perfect and being a piano teacher. I mean it makes a lot of sense okay. So here's the so. We got the premise. You WanNA create a flash briefing. You WanNa get on voice so just share a little bit of your thoughts now like what? What do you want this flash briefing to do? What's the purpose of a vast region definitely so Every day I I WANNA be able to give advice to people trying to learn piano and so whether it's a tip that helps that helps you learn how to practice better our sight reading your training. It's something that will help you become a better musician. A tip that allows out of practice. I'll give you an exerciser play. Not In the name exercises everyday. Great Great and Annette's sounds perfect little short little bit little tip and somebody can can go ahead and so one of the things that I always talk about. When I'm thinking about you know creating briefings to help people help helping other people to create by sweeping is what problem are you solving and I that may be self explanatory for this but it sounds like the idea here is. You're trying to help a person who's wants to learn how to play the piano. Be More efficient with that is that is that sort of a fair statement hundred percent on all right and does it matter if they're like a beginner or more advanced person or have you thought about like who would who's going to be geared towards us right so this one is going to be geared toward toward the beginners the people who are jumping onto. Actually this APP called simply piano so many kids are so many new adults jumping into piano are learning from APPS and so i. I don't doubt that they would be the ones to be jumping on board with a voice device take advice and to learn more about Danone and transition from just an APP. Just a game that they play into an actual skill that they have so. That's right where I see appropriate That's awesome and obviously one of the things is you know if they're going to be listening to your first briefing. They wanted. They wanted to be listening to something. That's got some expertise and we didn't say this you have. You do have a lot of expertise. You have the credentials so maybe just share that with us. Like what makes you a guy that can teach piano appreciate that? Yeah man it's So my background. I've been playing piano since I was four. Twenty four years old right now. Seven plan for twenty years. I at age. Fourteen cheese three diplomas in piano. Meyer St Performers Gt Teachers in my global licentious Lennon. College music so it's it's been a huge part of my life and I do have an Asian parents asiapac upbringing. So it's like A. It's kind of like a mandatory right right of passage kind of thing. I really appreciative in super fortunate to this kind of background and I just really want to get back to this community that that where learned from so Yemen. It's Janelle teachings been part of my life is only
Changes in Healthcare in a Post-Pandemic World with Brian Roemmele
"Today. We're going to do the same thing. We're going to start looking at every single way that patient interacts with the medical system and the medical system with the patient. Now one of the things we can do is to try to diagnose legally and under Happe- And and other laws and Rural Medical Association requirements to help diagnose individuals to the degree that we can use voice in and of itself Symptom recovery and symptom translation within the guides of the I. Protocols that we've created and what I call human telemetry these of bio sensors. We're going to start seeing a rise of bio sensors that will interact with AI invoice. I devices for a lot of reasons number one just as a early warning system. For example I I work on a number of telemetry systems with my intelligence amplifier. It can tell whether or not I've gotten a fever or my average core. Temperature has fluctuated or my heart rate. Variability or any number of about forty five different sort of telemetry point. Some of them are redundant but conf confirmational even even an inner ear device or a near field voice first device like an ear pod can read the ear-drum and there's a lot that we can get out of the ear drum number one human human temperature to pulse number three heart rate. I can go down on this. It's also the endpoint of dilemmatic system. The eardrum is part. In way of the lymphatic system. There's other things. We can determine because the lymphatic system is reaction point to any pathogen with which has been discovered by your body whether it be white blood cell to another immune system response so moving forward. We're going to have this symphony of of bio sensors. That will either be put on you when you walk into a hospital. Hopefully copper contact points and and it will start diagnosing you before a medical attendant gets to see you so you're telemetry is now in the system again. This has to be done with extreme privacy extreme compliancy to not ever being on a publicly available network. I'm going to be very clear about any device I talk about should never be on the Internet period. There's no discussion about it. I'm not talking about encryption. Talking even about blockchain saying it never goes honey public network. That's how you're sure that it's never to be compromised. The more you giving up your privacy on these human telemetry devices the more you have to give in privacy and if we don't move lockstep with both of these at the exact same time we're setting ourselves up for repercussions that really. Few people can understand will result from so we know that there are a number of signs of any virus within the human body and one of those things are your temperature gradient. Start Changing so we have an early warning system. I've a temperature. Their Voice. First device is notified of this. Let's call it. You're a device voice. I device by the way to me. Isn't again the ones that? I want to build in the stuff that I'm building is an intelligent assistant tuned to you to Europe particular Your your particular personality. Your particular outlook your particular goals motivations and it notices a number of things. Your sleep pattern has changed. Early Warning System. How do I know that I've gone? Through a couple of thousand public database. That's now available of all chronic viruses I downloaded all the reports and I'm already all the studies. Research Studies was put up three days ago. And I've already come to some amazing conclusions about all Crun- viruses. I'm not a medical doctor. I do not have a single degree. I never went to university. Technically so I'm just some guy so take that with the level of Whatever But the reality is we've drawn some conclusions from these studies there early warning systems and again people with degrees and and all the other things that are required to do this legally can come down and look at the information and I could say okay. Some of the early warning systems are sleep pattern disturbances Digestive pattern disturbances. You go into the bathroom too much or too little Your temperature gradients of change. Heart rate variability has changed. Your blink rate has changed for example we route. We now know that one of the early warning signs for Kovac. Nineteen as it is for some forms of Novel Krona Viruses from the studies. That we've downloaded here and on the AI on Has A an IT? Usually some kind some kind of change in taste and some kind of change. I blink in Potential even pink eye is one of the implications so these are early warning systems. Right now Terry Right now. There's millions of people locked down and her saying do I have it. I need a test I need to know I need to know a need to know. Okay you know. Maybe maybe you need to know if you're somebody that's in a high risk area you know. Maybe you need to know more than somebody that isn't high risk to me is one thing and one thing only immune system period I have to say that today and again I'm not somebody with a degree saying mom somebody who's done research the thing. The one thing that makes you vulnerable to anything is compromised immune system so if you have a compromised immune system and you have some of these other patterns and you have systems that we will design post twenty twenty pandemic and we meaning. Hopefully everybody in this community of inventors and creators. We'll be able to say with a an apple. Watch type of device. A Air POD type of device will be able to say a lot more clearly. What your daily biometric patterns are light through this telemetry and you can choose an electric to give that to your doctors. Medical database and the doctors medical database can function on that on a higher level. Giving Terry Fisher a report. Every morning on all the patients choose to participate. So now you have true telemedicine post. Two Thousand Twenty P pandemic refinery going to start embracing true telemedicine because financially the entire world is going to break it has broken to a certain level so we have to rebuild what we think medicine should look like and not through special interests because most of the laws in roles that have kind of plot piled on top of each other for the last hundred and fifty odd years have been built like most rules and laws through special interest when large resets. And it's another thing. We went from one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred. Nineteen World War One World War Two and by the way nineteen thousand nine hundred nineteen Pandemic correlated to World War One. And there's a lot of correlations to that get into that kind of function technology today but because there's a technology angle to that but what we're going to see is hopefully irrational discussion in the United States and Canada. Around the world about what this medicine look like in his post twenty twenty panic
Headlines Are Provoking Fear
"I want to talk a little bit about an article that was published recently in one of the popular news outlets and the gist of the article was that they were saying that. Now that everybody's at home we should all be muting are lexi devices because all these people that are doing work from home they don't Alexi devices spying on what they're doing for work and with some colleagues about this particular article and this is my personal editorial comments on this and I'd be very interested to hear yours as well is. I think that we're sort of beyond this type of article now. I think it's sort of click bait to be honest where they're getting people to. Click on this because it provokes a greater sense of fear of what these devices they're doing and if you've been following along with what I've been speaking about and if you've done a little research on your own you know that the Lexi device echo devices they only actually record anything if you say the wake word if you don't say the word they're not recording anything yes. They are listening for the wake word. But they're not recording anything and they're not processing any information that you're seeing and so when I hear these articles particularly at this time when people have a lot anxiety and I believe the voice technology can have such a remarkable place in helping people to get through their daily lives to keep people occupied to even help with social connectivity connecting to other people dropping or phone calls through the devices. I think it's such a remarkable technology and these kinds of headlines. I don't think they're doing any type of service. When they're not accurate. I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Hit me on twitter. Dr Terry Fisher D. R. T. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R. And let them know what you think. Do you agree with me? Do you disagree. Let's have a discussion about it and hopefully hopefully regardless of how you feel about this. You are finding that your device is helpful to you. This
Fun Amazon Alexa Easter Egg Commands
"As you know on Saturdays. I like to share some fun. Easter egg commands things that you can say do. Lexi just refund and we're going to get back to some of that stuff today as you know over the last couple of days probably from this week we've been talking about various aspects of the krona virus and skills and that sort of thing so let's have some fun today. Here are a couple of things that you can say to Lexi. The first one is if you didn't following Lexi herself on twitter you can actually ask Lexi Lexi. What is your twitter handle? And she will tell you what it is and the reason that that particular handle is her handle and I'm on twitter a lot so if you want to follow me as well I love to interact with you there. My twitter handle is Dr Terry Fisher. Dart are I h are now the other thing that you can say to. Lexi is given the fact that it is now officially spring you can actually get. Lexi to tell you stories about spring so you simply say Lexi tell me a spring story and she will do that and hopefully that will give you a little bit entertainment on this
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hey there Dr Terry Fisher here and it is Tuesday that means it is podcast day and I thought it was only fitting given what is going on in the world right now with krona virus. Covert Nineteen that. We do podcast episode. And it's just solar podcast episode is just me but as you may know. I'm a physician and I want. I have been giving a lot of thought to how voice technology can help us with what is going on in the world right now and recorded a podcast episode specifically about that night cover five ways and. I'm sure there are many others but five ways that I think that voice technology can help us with what is going on with covert nineteen and so if that interests you you to check out the podcast. You CAN ACCESS IT AT A. L. E. X. A in Canada dot ca slash. One eighteen and ended. I talk about three things that can be done today. and two. That are a little more future looking But I encourage you to check it out. I encourage you to join the discussion using that Hash. Tag Voice I health and I hope that perhaps it even helps you to minimize your risk of getting the virus. Even just a little bit so a northern voice. I hope you are all well. I hope you are taking care of yourself and I look forward to speaking with you. Over on the PODCAST. Al IN CANADA DOT CA slash eighteen. All right see over there have a good day long brief. Cast DOT.
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Here's your flash briefing for today. It's Terry Fisher here and today. I want to tell you about a simple command. That has a lot of Practical uses for it. Have you ever had? Lexi say something to you and you weren't sure why she said that. Maybe there was something that you said that triggered it or you just can't understand why she would have said something because you didn't say anything well. There is something that you can do to figure out why likes. He said what she said. And simply using this command you say Lexi tell me what you heard and if Lexie has heard anything within the last couple of minutes she will then simply repeat what it was that she heard that caused her to say what she said. Now the thing is if you haven't said anything in the last couple of minutes and you ask that question she will refer you to your Lexi APP but if you had said something recently then she will just simply repeat it back to you and it's actually quite interesting because if you get a response that you weren't expecting and you're wondering That was weird. Why did she say that? Then just say that. Lexi tell me what you heard and hopefully that will help you out before I sign off. I do want to give one more shout out today to another person that left eight review for the flash briefing and today that shout goes to There's a initial 'em floor. I hope I pronounced that right. I'm sorry if I did not and the review says great daily. Listen Fun to listen to informative clever and interesting. I enjoy listening everyday. Well thank you so much that review again. It gives me a lot of pleasure to be able to give the shadows to people that. Leave us because that's all. I think that's the least that I can do for you. Taking the time to leave the review if anybody else would leave review voice and candidate dot CA. You'll see the red button right in the middle of the.
Alexa Tell Me What You Heard
"Here's your flash briefing for today. It's Terry Fisher here and today. I want to tell you about a simple command. That has a lot of Practical uses for it. Have you ever had? Lexi say something to you and you weren't sure why she said that. Maybe there was something that you said that triggered it or you just can't understand why she would have said something because you didn't say anything well. There is something that you can do to figure out why likes. He said what she said. And simply using this command you say Lexi tell me what you heard and if Lexie has heard anything within the last couple of minutes she will then simply repeat what it was that she heard that caused her to say what she said. Now the thing is if you haven't said anything in the last couple of minutes and you ask that question she will refer you to your Lexi APP but if you had said something recently then she will just simply repeat it back to you and it's actually quite
The Echo Show Has a Feature That Identifies Objects for the Blind Using It's Built-In Camera
"There Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing four Sunday Hooper having a wonderful fall long weekend so today on Sundays I typically like to answer questions from the community and today is no different. So this question comes in and through email and it's from Leo be and he writes I'm trying to find out if the echo show with a feature for the blind is available this feature enables a blind line used to hold up an object to the show's camera and ask what it is it's available in the US. But I still can't determine it has come to candidate. Well thanks for the question first of all audio and you're absolutely right. This is a very cool feature that is available on the show. The Echo showed devices in the United States. It's exactly what you described. You could hold the device and the device will tell you what it is very cool. Unfortunately this is another one of these answers where I have to tell you this. It's not available in candidate. I've actually tried to test it on my own echo show and it just is not working so when it's coming to Canada I don't know Hopefully it'll be sometime soon. I will tell you this though. If this is a feature that is very important to you you can always set up your echo devices on a US account to do that. I have very clear detailed detailed instructions on the website. You simply go to alias a in Canada dot ca slash Faq and on the Faq site. You will see that there here is a a A question there and it explains how to switch over from the Canadian account to the US account. So that's the best we can do for Nelio. I hope that this will come to Canada very soon. Because I do think get is a grief I do. Think it's a great feature
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Skills Hey it's Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing for Sunday. And on Sundays I'd love to answer questions from the community today is question comes from Ken Whole Sorry Ken Homeland I think I said that right from the facebook community and I will talk to you again tomorrow have a great rest of your weekend brief cast dot F._M.
The Future of Healthcare with Voice Technology
"Turned the tables a little bit and in fact i was recently asked to appear on another podcasts the data talk podcast which is hosted by mike delgado and we talked about all types of scenarios scenarios and implications of the intersection of voice technology and healthcare we actually even get a little bit futuristic and i paint some of my own pictures as well as some pictures of some colleagues and people that i've interviewed on my own pod podcast about where we're going with this technology so mike was really generous chris and allowed me to share the content of his podcast episode here with you the listeners of my podcast so i hope you will enjoy it and with without any further i do. Let's get right to it. This is the data talk podcast with mike delgado and myself enjoy. Hey friends welcome to talk a show where we talk with against science leaders from around the world today. We're talking to dr terry fisher. He's a physician. He's a professor at the university of british columbia. He's also the host and founder of voice always first health podcast as well as alexa in canada. He is super busy doing tons of things and have not gary fisher. You're with us how you doing terry. I'm doing great. Thank you so much. Thanks so much inviting me. It's a real pleasure to be here and if there's one thing that's the most accurate of anything that you said there. Is that a busy so i like okay your doctor like you're busy enough being a doctor and then like to add to that you're teaching courses which which is awesome that you're doing how to help the next generation of doctors and then you're like as a hobby. You're leading these tech podcasts. <music> around boys and healthcare is is curious like how do you do it all which had an easy answer for that. I don't know it's i. I guess the biggest thing that i can say that is simply. It's i love it right. It's a passion and it's a hobby so all the stuff outside of my professional practice my medical practice. I got involved this voice technology thing the more learn about it. The more i love it the more i become enthralled with this technology and i guess that makes it easier to spend a lot of time and i do spend a lot of time on it. I've got a young families well. So of course you know wow so your dad to dad yeah so i thought that my my wife and my two kids and so obviously within all of this there the priority to so i wanted to spend time with them so but but really to be honest you know when not focused on my family. I'm working on my hobby which is voice technology and podcast that sorta stuff so tell me about. How did you get interested in invoice technology. That's a great question so i would say first of all that my my three base passions. I've talked about this a little bit already but is israeli technology healthcare and education <hes> before i did medical school. I did an education degree. So i became a teacher then it went into medical school but it was about a two to three years ago when i started i hearing a little bit about voice technology in being a podcast sort of a techie at heart that sort of got me intrigued and i started looking into a little bit and and actually that time <hes> for example wasn't even available candidate and i am i am in canada <hes> <hes> in vancouver and so i thought oh that's interesting but yet i'm still very interested in what amazon's doing this technology so i started to look into a little bit more and and i realized that there were hints that was going to be starting to come to candidates soon. I thought this might be a really interesting way to put my passion together of technology. <hes> <hes> education and also health started thinking about the healthcare implications of this and that's when i decided to launch my websites started with alexa in canada <hes> which is more of a a consumer base but also <unk> voice professional based website where talks about generally what alexis all about what it can do. It's also very applicable to people in united states by the way even those called lexin in canada. If there are any concerns i do try to highlight those and then as that developed i am. I launched what's flash briefing which is like a mini podcast you subscribe to on alexa and then with my medical background. I thought this is start to learn more about it. I thought this is really going to change healthcare and that's what i thought okay. Now i need started podcasts called voice. I health and that's how that started in. It's really highlighting anything that has to do with the intersection between healthcare and voice technology <hes> <hes> and ultimately it was a way to combine the three passions right healthcare technology in education because that's kind of what i see as as what to do with these with these bathrooms you mentioned before we get into this. You mentioned that you were a teacher first and then you went to medical school. Tell me about that. That's interesting yeah i. I was in school for a long time to throw it to make things even seen little more crazy. If you want to put this is not gonna surprise me with you. You know i actually actually hold four degrees so i did. I did a bachelor of science in anatomy and cell biology and experimental medicine and and then i did a masters of science in <hes> sorry i said that wrong batter science in anatomy cell biology biotechnology than i did a masters of science science in experimental medicine then i did my education degree and then i did <hes> medical school followed by family practice residency and my sports medicine fellowship so i've been i literally in school for for our wasn't school for decades. Yeah your whole life pretty much so yeah yeah but it's not which is one of the really interesting thinks everybody's got different life experiences and i've been able to now to bring these together into this this field which is just a click together and what can i say. It's a it's a lot of fun so when you first started looking at alexa voice technology what were your initial reactions to type of skills that were available double or things that you could do with it. Yeah i think the first thing that sort of struck me and again it goes back to the education. Idea is that when it comes to the medicine because he is every knows you can do you can listen to music you can set timers you can set alarms and all that kind of stuff but i started thinking about it in terms of being a tool for education education and how somebody can ask the device whatever it is it's on their mind to learn from the device and so whether that is is like what are the symptoms of strep throat right <hes> that's a very basic basic skill and that sort of thing that i was starting to think about another a skill that sort of took a little bit to the next level was a skit out that can provide you with. I eight advice so you're chopping up a carrot. You cut your finger and rather than having to foot flip through first aid guide. If you don't know how to take care of it you can simply ask the device. How do i do i do with a cut finger and so those sorts of educational and informational skills i think we're the first level where really got me started started thinking about it but as i sort of delve into this a little bit more i realize that it's is not just about education because we're we're now having conversations with these devices and that brings the the <hes> the available all applications to a whole new level particularly now recently in the last couple of months at amazon announced that the devices are hip compliant and so now they can store to store personal health information. So what does that mean. It means that you can now start to to use these devices as surrogates for care providers mean give example <hes> is a skill out there that can can give you medication reminders based on your medication schedule so one area or one population one segment of the population that is really finding finding he's beneficial are people that are aging and there's this whole movement called aging in place where people want to maintain their independence than want to stay home but sometimes that's difficult because for example eh forget to take their medication that may forget when they have appointments they can become forgetful but various things and they need people to remind them about these things and also remind them of what they should be checking as far as health well now. You don't need to rely on your doctor a carried us put a device in your home and it does that for you and so these devices i think and i believe the way we're going. We're going to gradually take on more and more of a rule of care ada care provider <hes> somebody who can somebody see that's the way i use the term now somebody who can who can help take care of you. I think that those are some beautiful examples and i mean i can certainly see myself or something like that in the future i wanna get a reminder on something something but i also love the example you gave around getting some information on how to diagnose something like is this something i need to go to a doctor about in trying to like go through some sort of conversation with the ball around my symptoms right right. Well let me i'm going to paint a picture for you. I think we're going to kind kind of this. Is this is not here yet but i truly do not think that we're too far off so here's this here's the scenario magin you wake up and you have a sore ortho. You don't feel well. You know something's wrong. Something is not right and so the way it is now. You know what would we do. We would think okay well now. I'm going to have to make a call. Dr make an appointment go on in need not to call into work sick. They make arrangements for my kids. Get in the car drive to the doctor. Bla-bla-bla get history. Maybe the doctor does a throat swab. Says yeah looks like like you might have strep throat. I'm going to send you know the pharmacy. Get your drugs. Go home and check in. If things go bad whatever it's quite an ordeal when you're feeling probably all that stuff is the last thing you wanna do so. Let's imagine though you were just a little bit further in the future and what happens is you wake up and your voice system says good morning to you you say good morning and just by the tone of your voice it can tell the something's not right because it knows your voice and thinking back to that. It's a very fascinating area called vocal biomarkers will come back to that but i ask you questions like how are you feeling and you say you know what i'm actually not feeling. That great got a sore throat doc shivering and start to ask you about symptoms just like your physician does so you go through that and using some algorithms some a._i. The natural language understanding it gives you sort of a probability and says you know what based on what you've told me. There's a high probability that you have strep throat. How would you like it. If i were to order a strep test to your home had delivered right now -sego sure to what does this word ties into amazon amazon's brilliant here quite frankly so this amazon amazon so it automatically orders a strep test drone on. You've got it a drone lance at your home. You pick up the strep test now. The strep test west is wi fi enabled the smart old so it automatically taps into your home wifi network and you do the test and your voice assistant talks to you. It tells you how to do it. You do the strep test it then analyzes it it gives you the results and it says yes. You have strep throat. You need some antibiotics. What is now. I know from our previous interactions that you're allergic to penicillin. I already know that 'cause i know your personal health record and so i'm not going to bother to ask him questions about that 'cause we. We will be efficient but i'm going to if it's okay with you. I'm going to order some antibiotics for you. We're gonna have those delivered to your home fantastic so little while later another drone drops drops off your antibiotics. You go to your front door. You pick them up. You start taking them and your voices starts talking you through
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice First Health
"I'm dr terry fisher. A physician and voice technology futurist voicemails technology is rapidly becoming the operating system of our lives and it will completely revolutionized the way we experience healthcare. Let's talk voice. Hey there and welcome to episode forty three of voice. I health so pleased to have you along for the episode today. Today we are diving more into voice verse technologies for the elderly as you may be aware if you've been listening listen to this podcast <hes> there's a number of companies that are getting into the space because this is such an important area right now with the aging population and today. I have the opportunity to interview view dev singh. Who is the c._e._o. And co founder of vicky health a platform that really is producing a very comprehensive pensive ecosystem to help the aging population live more independently so let's get right to the interview here without any further ado i want to welcome dev singh onto the podcast higher depths. Thank you so much for joining the listeners and myself on the podcast today at great to have you here. Can i get you do tell us a little a bit about who you are first of all. Thanks for the opportunity. My name is <hes> devastating. <hes> pretty excited to be here the founder founder and c._e._o. For wiki hell riches a revolutionary new platform. That's weiss an a._i. Enabled anthropoids anthropoids a complete care ecosystem for the seniors and elderly people amazing based in chicago awesome and just a little a little more background on the company like how how old is the company now..
How Big Was Amazon's Prime Day for 2019?
"Prime date this year as you know Prime Day took place on July Fifteenth Sixteenth Monday Tuesday this week and well it was huge again. It's Terry Fisher here. Your flash briefing Amazon has just put out a recent press release that talks about their prime day and I'm GonNa give you some of the little highlights here because these numbers are just mind boggling our. The first of all any idea how many items Amazon sold in those two days worldwide take guess they sold more than one hundred seventy five million items over the course of those two two days on further goes on to say that prime members worldwide saved more than one billion dollars throughout prime day this year. I can't help but wonder if the prime. Prime members saved a billion dollars. How much did Amazon make over Prime Day because that is just incredible and in fact they actually set in the press release that the sales for Prime Day surpassed the previous the Black Friday and cyber Monday combined worldwide? I mean what Amazon has created here at. This prime date event is just incredible it kind of goes along with the whole company culture and the way they are innovating. And this event just continues to get bigger and bigger and bigger all right the top selling items in Canada were playstation four slim with Spiderman and Horizons Zero dawn the lifestyle personal water filter and the twenty three and me health health and ancestor kits which kind of surprised actually thought it'd be the devices the echo devices but they did say that the echo devices with a screen the show and the show five were had the biggest days for those types of devices ever and I personally bought.
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"She. Hey there, it's Terry Fisher with your flash briefing here for Monday. And today, I want to tell you about a new type of sauna branding, that we are going to be using going forward for the voice in Canada flash briefing now, as you know, when the flash briefing started you heard the little jingle, you heard the voice say, she's got skills, and you can hear this music in the background now after learning more about sonic branding, and just how important this is also a lot of psychology that goes behind sonic branding, and one of the things that I have learned is that when we have a music, bed playing in the background, like we have right now, although it adds to the branding, it may be taking away from the connection that you and I are making when I'm chatting with you through this last briefing. And so in learning about the psychology behind sonic branding. I've decided that I'm going to from now on have the jingle that we are used to. But then remove the music bed. So that way is just my voice only, and I believe. From what I've learned, and I hope that you'll find this that it creates more intimate connection between us and that the information that I'm sharing with you really becomes the focus of the flash briefing, and the music doesn't take away from it, and you may want to experiment this as well. When it comes to your own sonic branding, for whatever brand or business or nonprofit that you have. So I want to show you what it's going to sound like from now on, it's going to sound something like this. She got she got skills. Hello. It's Terry Fisher with your flash briefing, and now you can hear the jingle, but it's just my voice, and I'm hoping that you will find that, that actually creates a little bit more of a connection between you. And I when I am speaking. So this is what is going forward. I'd love to hear your feedback on this. Send me a message on Twitter, or on Facebook at Dr Terry Fisher. DART. R I. S H, E R, or on the Facebook community group. You can access that at AOL say in Canada dot CA slash community. All right. Talk to you soon. Part of the brief cast dot FM network.
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"She. Hello. It's Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing. Four may twenty fourth and the first thing I need to do is I need to correct something that I said yesterday, and I wanna give a shout to Dennis end to. Michael emailing me and letting me know yesterday I talked about the fire seven tablet, and I said, that is now available with Lexi, and it would be a great substitute for an Amazon show. The thing is. That's all true. It's coming out in Canada, except that the Lexi features for the tablet are not available in Canada. So I was really excited about this, and I reported this incorrectly. So I want to correct that for the record. I apologize for that. Now, having said that today I want to tell you about some deals that I did. Discover and these certainly are compatible Lexi, because I have this device, and I know it is the fire TV sticks which you can plug into your TV which will allow you to control your TV and your apps things as Netflix. And so on by voice, these are certainly available in Canada. And certainly have Lexi, you can actually get them on sale right now. So I wanted to bring this attention you can get the fire TV stick, which is normally fifty bucks. You can get it for forty and you can also get the fire TV stick for K behind definition, one with the Lexi voice remote as well. This was normally seventy dollars sixty nine ninety nine and you can get it for fifty four ninety nine with fifteen dollars off. This is the one I have. It's fantastic. So if you're looking for a way to bring lexie to your big screen. This may be just your ticket. If you use AOL X in Canada dot CA slash fire TV that is my filial Inc. But I appreciate it. Of course, there's no extra cost to you whatsoever. So I hope that's helpful. I hope I cleared that from yesterday, my apologies. But I hope that you will take advantage of sales, if that's something that you're looking to do. All right. I will talk to you again tomorrow. We'll have a whole bunch of a new Lexi commands that you can say to her, just for fun, talk to you, then. Part of the brief cast dot FM network.
"terry fisher" Discussed on Voice First Health
"Yeah. Dr Terry Fisher a physician and voice technology futures voice vers technology is rapidly becoming the operating system of our lives. And it will completely revolutionized the way we experience healthcare. Let's talk voice boys. I health, the future of health is voice. Hello there and welcome to this week's episode of voiced. I health if you are interested in speech recognition, and how this can help clinicians, in particular, you do not want to miss this podcast episode today, I am speaking with Ryan plash, and he is the VP of growth and strategy at seic Keira, and they are a company that basically tackling, behold grail, as far as I'm concerned of medical documentation. They're using their own speech recognition model, and AI to tackle the issue of clinicians being in a room and having to chart their notes on. Computer, while they're interacting with a patient, which, of course, is not an ideal situation. And so their products say, Keira is a voice assistant. That's listening to the interaction and the documentation is being recorded on their behalf and then being transcribed into the HR. This is fantastic technology, and it really does address, one of the biggest complaints, one of the biggest pain points that conditions have, and I can tell you this from personal experience. So gives me great pleasure to welcome. Ryan plash to the podcast and for him to share some of his knowledge and some of the things that they are doing at seic care with you the listener. So then he further ado. Let's welcome Ryan. Hey Ryan, it is great to have you on the podcast here. Thanks so much for joining me in the listeners today. Thanks, Terry is a pleasure to be here. Let's start off with learning a little bit about your Ryan love for you to tell listeners a little about who you are in what your background is. Sure. Sure. I've been in health care about twenty two years. This is the only industry, I've known and worked in a variety of roles over the years, primarily in business development and sales leadership and a little hand in marketing as well. I most recently left a startup called midstream was cardiovascular own one and revenue cycle management in registry platform, serving ambulatory community, and before that I had some of experience in the Barrio with some software based medical devices, and as spent the first five ten years of my career doing medical devices in, in the realm of diagnostic imaging awesome..
"terry fisher" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"terry fisher" Discussed on WINS 1010
"This is the place to be for science fiction fans at one of listener recap so the new star trek discovery show interviews with the cast and crew of star trek news star trek old star trek movie is weird sifi uganda all audie download and subscribe at the new radiocom app is cloudy skies going down to thirty amid midtown 32 and seek august thirty four freeport thirty in allendale this morning wins news time one thirty eight time pretend tents and wayne's entertainments the longoverdue star in the hollywood walk of fame for disturbs star wars jason nathanson whose later today we honor mark pamela is one of the biggest turnout for a star ceremony in recent memory how big it harrison ford people showed up i saw that even with all the people one absence was strongly felt terry fisher field presence always creator george lucas also on hand has been the man himself i haven't been this speech innocence fourth way news are kamel thanked his family and his show fantastic so much no mention of corvette summer arch sopranos prequel lease ian millward of course fans of the show recall how they were often scenes recalling the history of italian americans who settled in newark history a jake you'll family shetreet newark's history stable used to be beautiful hajipur senate the 1920s.
Trump says North Korea 'acting positively'
"Battle with sanctuary cities and in this case a sanctuary state in a latenight filing the justice department suing california is governor and the state attorney general cbs's paula reid in this law fit justice department alleges that three state law in california violate the us constitution because they prevent federal immigration officials from doing their job they feed it essentially the state laws are trying to preempt federal laws passed by congress and also the federal constitution president trump has lost another top adviser with the announced resignation of his top economic man gary cohn cbs's bill recall krone was reportedly confronted by the president on tuesday and asked if he was on board with mr trump steel and aluminum tariffs plan think as kind of too much for gary cohn he evidently went to the mat against these tariffs cbs news business added le's jill schlesinger says the markets have been jittery on the subject these protectionist policies are really starting to give economists pause and they're making investors start to think twice about whether or not they've gotten the best out of this administration through that tax plan bill raikov cbs news washington the president was touting the diplomatic progress after north korea expressed a willingness to suspend nuclear testing and enter negotiations on its nuclear program hopefully we'll go in the very very peaceful beautiful path we're prepared to go whichever path is necessary i think we're having very good dialogue and you're gonna certainly find out pretty soon what's happening with some north korea experts are sceptical asking the question why would it suddenly change tack after coming so close to achieving its decadeslong goal of nuclear weapons that could strike anywhere in the us northeast is hoping is not a bomb cyclone this time as another nor'easter bears down on the region this one promise he'd be mostly as snow event for all concern meteorologist terry fisher this storm is not quite as poet is what we saw last week but if we didn't have last week we would consider it certainly a major nor'easter winter storm warnings route from philadelphia across all the interior sections of new england as well as new york state and some of the same places that saw takes snow last week we'll see big snow again with this storm system all of this comes as thousands.
"terry fisher" Discussed on This Week In Voice
"Or doctor terry fisher who is a canadian physician who runs the election kandeh podcast got several other speakers that were working the lineup now and more information will be coming out about that soon if you want to register for it already or stay up on it uh the website is www dot the o h summit dot com and will leak to it in the show notes yeah i'm a i think it's awesome um you know being in the health airspace i think this is great i was at alexa conference and for anybody listening that wasn't there i would definitely recommend going to this war and if you have any interest in what's on any getting the chance to network in need with all of some of the smartest people in the space is reason enough to go but like he said you know the they keynote speaker at a shower is amazing and on just you know i think there's areas that are right for alexa in in my eyes healthcare i might be a little bit iis a is just glaringly obvious um so i can't wait i think it's going to be really good to ah just kinda continue to discussion where in february now by august i imagine just there's gonna be a ton of new dell it's along the way that will be discussed there so odd i'm really looking forward to it i think it's going to be awesome i think health is the most personal story a person can share with someone and there's so many interesting implications for being leveraging voice technologies you've just sedav into that space and that sounds like a fantastic event for shipped up for ship they were super excited about it and excited to continue to make announcements so if you listen to the show following what we do a voice for stuff.
"terry fisher" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jim miller junior him that tomorrow to talk a lot about carry fisher and every reynolds last night we told you the move in the party does need to actually had a princess princess layout you but more alize to roll the terry fisher played in the star wars films and you also know about the documentaries it was an tend to be a serious amigo ritual and now it's a document already which is called bright lights stars carry fisher and they'll be reynolds your mother obviously they shot it no one was second everybody was find a live next order which other has a little bit of an and it's just fun little yeah i live next already leetch other money on man here on that that's runners when they first and and now one time it's jake him yes i had you know in any start rigorous was four are were seven each is i am concerned because my mother is not feeling well this for the show i for that that's not losing you man reason so many surprises is the no a man i'm like the my family in particular it could over well most people it was an just my mother that is superfan my dad does a world class senior they were a couple of america one heck of a marketing too sure sure he nine thirty five age is score a goal we're night link to press the is in the scene that was not diagnosed so nobody kind of knew what was going on with guy i'm great to thrashed i was too much couldn't handle it that's it that's okay and then this way because you rewrite it's a it's a really interest from the look of it look at both interesting revealing and obviously and the shot old what's happened an emotional look at turner.
"terry fisher" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"When when we you know i i personally would like to to sort of wish the family of dead beat debbie reynolds and terry fisher i hope their there are taking some time to recover i hope the public he gives them to space it they need to to come together as a family you know job is families have to live enough of their lives out in public that that can be that can be of this problematic but you know for first several generations of people you're talking about performers it of obviously had an impact on audiences the world over so hopefully they can down and then sort out what they need to sort and grieves the way they need to grieve sure number of people void what sort of appreciate that too well i mean there is a whole bunch of i mean it's about the time that we start seeing all those couple more your wheels and we have to go through all you know that things that we have to get through the really up to seven they were and don't know bowl it up into space for good it just what i'm from they are and there's a little one point better than i do feel like someone was able to to make good on especially when news and this sjs brindisi across the plaza really you know hurlers the crazy thing in it makes it seem like more of a big deal then we the yes notable drafts used to be and that is as she knew older about your of the more but you grow out and the more people that you know for all popular culture you don't know it's there it's it's tough to get through well and i also i think we're dealing with maybe the last generations of performers that really were household names where we're sort of out of the the error associate and it was a call the word and into that disruption area hollywood.
"terry fisher" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News
"Back and terry fisher's star wars legit star wars legend her life she was actress involved with many other films as well i remember playing in none in the james sound bob strike back and factor i try to get older kevin smith the night to give his opinion on this and he was very busy a lot of you were busy because the holiday this rather difficult to get in touch of people's fisher reportedly suffered a heart attack late last week well on a plane from won the los angeles and then it was reported tuesday able condition in people really thought this you have a fighting chance but a death was confirmed the statement by a family spoke person but today and i was spin notified this morning about her deaths only karri willis who of course is a personally with coast coast am i was in kentucky today to to have me on program there to discuss or doubt there's only few minutes but it was very sad to hear about this and and to me you know actually why oh well you know what what exactly does she mean to people i i wanted to hear a lot of people start science i'm i'm actually open the phones to a lot of people the talk about star wars carry fisher's remembrance is ideas said questions all these things we talk to mr lowball and now it's it's up to you tonight to full lines up and started dialogue about prince of slayer i know a lot of people out there are happy that we're talking about cherry and her passing and of course star wars.