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Jake Goldenfein on Google Scholar
"Our guest today is Jack Golden Fine. He's a post doctoral fellow slow at the digital life initiative and he's originally from Melbourne Australia. He's research looks law in Computational Society including including the impact of platforms on user behavior. He's most recent piece of research. Looks at Google scholar. A relatively new free web search engine that indexes scholarly work in which has quickly become central to academic life just like other Google services have in other disciplines. I sat down with him just before the holidays and I began by asking him to explain what Google scholar is for the non scholars among us. And why it's become so important Horton. In recent years Google Scola emerged in two thousand and full when it was first launched it was just an academic search. Such engines are just like Google that ordinary such engine accepted return. Scholarly results how it defines something as scholarly has always been a little a bit vague. And maybe we'll talk more about why the Vagary of that is a bit problematic but the idea was it would return results that were relevant for scholars. Looking King Faculty make work since then. It's had a few more features added that perhaps beyond set actually more important or have had a bigger effect on the academic field in two thousand and six you able to stop saying citation counts associated with particular scholarly documents and then three years later. Two two thousand eleven google Google scholar launched sort of citation platform and what they did was give each racer. A profile like scholar profile filed outlined oleo publications and the citation counts of those publications calculations of academic quality or the quality of eraser. Sure premised on the amount of citations their publications getting over particular number of us. Silly amount the number of times other researchers will quote from your research search in their own research. Exactly it's the number of times that An article a document that you ride is referred to by other researches. It's pretty new right. You said it it started in two thousand and four so less than I mean a little over ten years. How how big is it now in the field? It do every researchers look at it when they're working on a new topic or so I would say. Almost every researcher would be familiar with it when Dougal scholars such sort of emerged on the sane librarians. This who Training young racers will always telling them be very wary of this because we sort of don't understand how it works as well as we understand. How other academic search search engines wet? It's also interesting. Because most academic search engines are quite disciplinary specific and they all they return results to a particular the corpus or repertoire of journals whereas Google scholar is disciplined agnostic a returns results across disciplines irritations results from academic journals but also other kinds of publications and whereas in traditional academic search engines. You have quite a lot of control over. What what you're searching for in Google scholar you have relatively limited control you can you can constrain the dates? But that's kind of more or less it. So it's always occupied had a bit of a funny position in research toolkit but it's increasingly a used because we're getting a lot more sort of disciplinary environments where people are interested in finding out information outside of their discipline and so google scholar becomes sort of fest port of coal in that kind of instance. But the thing that we're finding is maybe the big use of Google scholar is it's it's citation counting function it's bibliometric function on because what Google Scuola represents his really the easiest way to say. How many citations a particular research has received how come like what? Where did you get those metrics before? and and why were they less easy to find. People who are metrics have been around for a long time in the fifties those information scientists named using Garfield field. Who developed this process of citation analysis? Way You could effectively automate the organization. That is the indexing of scholarly work Iraq by its references so libraries with struggling with how to organize exploding amount of scientific and scholarly literature. And they will. Also you're thinking about how to to use computers to do that. The problem with during that is the sort of need to figure out a way to define the subject matter of of a publication in a way that a computer can understand and Eugene Garfield came up with a really clever way of doing that which is to look at references. Organiz it by the references rather than the actual actual content. This idea was really successful. It was really useful research tool but it also became clear quite early on that counting. Citations could give you a really Sort of rough guide to the quality of work because it gave you a measure of its reception in the field. It didn't tell you how people were trading but a told you people were rating in had some some sort of visibility. So through the sixties and seventies this eventually turned into a commercial product and in the nineties that was purchased by Thomson Reuters Webb of science over the last couple of decades has been probably the primary tool to get metric information but it's number one. The product was General Impact Factor in journal impact factor measured the number of citations to articles in particular journal. Over set a number of years. This citation analysis was used primarily for evaluating the quality of channels rather than the quality of individual researches now individual researchers started added to organize their own sort of scholarly prestige around the prestigious journal. Yeah so if you publish a nature medicine for example for a doctor it's not the same mm-hmm as in a local journal. That might be great but less has left citations nationally. Exactly so what we see during the seventies eighties nineties his citation starting to do lots of interesting things. We started to see journals effectively set their price according to the number of citations that were getting individual scholars. Who now were in this more competitive scully? Well because you know in the second half of the twentieth century the number of scholars in Christ raced dramatically along with massive increases in funding to. There's a lot more research is. There's a lot more research. Things are getting more competitive. The Prestige of your journal Becomes go away to sort of define your position in a market
"thomson reuters" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Use an accident risks expects to have the new technology in most of its US grabbers hands by two thousand twenty and Thomson. Reuters we depend on them for the news that we get across our computer screens. So today, it will cut its workforce. But twelve percent in the next two years. Eliminating thirty two hundred jobs part of a plan streamline the business and to reduce costs. That's your money on seven twenty WGN WGN sports day, then at the National Hockey League is expanding. Again. The board of governors today approved a franchise for Seattle to begin play three years from now Seattle will play in the Pacific Division. So the Arizona coyotes will join the Blackhawks in the central the hawks head for Anaheim later or tomorrow night's cable, the ducks nine o'clock your. WGN I test tonight for new bulls. Coach Jim Boylan one day after being elevated to the head coaching position following the firing of Fred Hoiberg boiler makes his debut in the bulls. Visit the Pacers. This be the second game of the season. For Lowry Markkanen who played for the first time Saturday in Houston. The bulls have lost six in a row urban Meyer's tenure at Ohio State comes to an end. With today's announcement. That Mayer is retiring as head coach to the buckeyes effective after the Rose Bowl New Year's day. The university has already confirmed his retirement his successor will be thirty nine year old offensive coordinator Ryan day who stepped in when Meyer was suspended, but the season's first three games in college basketball big tests tonight for northwestern. The Wildcats host number five Michigan the wolverines rate. No, including blowout wins over Villanova, North Carolina. And Purdue the Wildcats are five and two but lost their big ten opener at Indiana over the weekend. The pre-game seven forty five the tip at eight tonight. Here on WGM Indiana plays at Penn State. Notre Dame faces Oklahoma at Madison Square Garden, the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Dave WGN sports WGN traffic. Violeta podrumedic, huge issues on the Eisenhower right now, we have solid traffic.
"thomson reuters" Discussed on African Tech Roundup
"This new era of peer to peer trade that as restart to take, you know, take responsibility for what we can do and should be doing to protect our digital digital footprints IP. You know, that will perhaps in this future. I can imagine as having full agency over the IP itself, and and benefiting in material ways perhaps from how I exploited commercially. Otherwise, so there's a hope that there will be this new era of peer to peer trade that it might eliminate the need for intermediaries that have been taxing society paps unfairly for many years and paps the ones that remain will remain on the basis of value, and essentially there'll be this widespread democratization of the world economic system that currently is dominated by a few powerful actors who wield centralized control over markets. And so in some ways, I recognize some of those notions. As wishful thinking, the pragmatic side of me, but I do sense that are certain things that may be realized at least version of those things that might be rely. Sized Carolina spoke about the initial tension that institutions and governments perhaps had towards the internet as a technology that would potentially disrupt them altogether. I feel like we have a new wave of that again. And there's a gung ho extreme that's blockchain and bitcoin that in hotel hotel hotel, which is I think unhealthy, but I think there's some things that we might. Well, we might do well to reflect on and sort of ask ourselves. How do we harness that sentiment and weave it into companies like yours at Thomson Reuters? How do we influence the policy makers listening to us right now to not see this as a takeover or something of that nature? I mean, I personally think it's really exciting to think about a global electronic currency sort of value transfer cross. Border cross continent. I think it's super exciting to think about that. And the possibilities that come with that. Is it bitcoin? Is it something else? You know? I don't know what the currency will be. But just the fact that there is a framework there that can facilitate that is awesome to think about right. And I think that we need to have. You know, as many people as possible thinking about how how experiment with that. How to to make sure that whatever this new framework is is acceptable and inclusive. So that while we're off building this new global network and framework for us to to transfer value. You don't leave half the world behind because they're not connected to it. So I mean, I think the possibilities. There are quite a quite endless. I would actually like to not have to pay my Bank, you know, fifty dollars every tunnel. I want to move dollars from the us into South Africa, for example. Right. And this could potentially help with. Someone is has vested interest here. Exactly. So no, look, what do you make of this Carolina just to piggyback off that? I mean, I think that policymakers need to listen to a vested interest. Right. So in considering what needs to be done what the possibilities are think the voices of individuals the voices of commercial entities. The voices of all stakeholders must be hit. So I I I fear that perhaps what is perceived as the peps negative possibility were so scared we're not we're going to do is because we haven't spoken in after each other or listened enough to each other. And I think that the way to break this Papp's would be to generate a wide spread African discussion about what the possibilities and where we could be going. That's really well put I'm going to close by reading a quote from the us Commissioner for infrastructure and energy, Dr money Abuzaid who is quoted as saying in order. Accelerate the creation of a single digital market for Africa. There is a need have similar common. Roles across the continent to ensure a more predictable.
"thomson reuters" Discussed on African Tech Roundup
"I'm Andy Lima. Sue and coming up is a relaxed three way conversation that we hoping will spark a broader debate about the nature and value of digital assets within the context of the wold emerging digital economy. This episode is the first installment of the series, and in it, my guests, and I will discuss the implications of some traditional theories, which prevail on the continent at speak to what caused it shoots and acid. The aim is to gain a bit appreciation for historical approaches to dealing with intellectual property in particular as Africa undertakes to construct legal frameworks and sit standards for the use of digital assets that is to figure out how to go about administering their creation, registering the ownership determining the value and regulating their exchange. This conversation features to distinguished Capetown based innovative my first guest hails from Zimbabwe. She is the head of the department of commercial law at the university of Cape Town's faculty of law, and a co editor of the South African intellectual property law journal, she has authored of. Book called intellectual property policy law and administration in Africa, exploring continental and call peration and co edited another book called indigenous, knowledge and intellectual property. This lady also happens to be a fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth society and a co leader of the open Africa innovation research partnership. My second guest is the African American enterpreneur who serves as head of innovation at Thomson, Reuters Africa while it ROY says new media any on in her career. She helped to build and launch.
"thomson reuters" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"Again, the tapes will show whether or not he did and that's key because it will establish whether or not this was premeditated murder. Those gruesome details emerge about him being dismembered somehow, this is something that Saudis briefing anonymously had said is absolutely not true. Those tapes critical to stabbing that something the Turks may want to get out, then they, whereas the body, the Saudi. As have claimed that they passed it to some kind of intermediary here in this damn bowl, but they don't know where it is. Is that credit Turkish sources have talked about the tape, some reports that officials have also heard the tapes. What do we know about whether the Turks are willing to actually release them publicly. Yeah, the Turks have been under lots of pressure to release them publicly and I'm not sensing any indication that that is going to happen. The public and the press do not know the full contents, but as being active briefing about their alleged contents, it's been little question moss. Well one, they just put them out that that would clear up this issue and we would know wants them for sure. The answer to that is absolutely clear. But the indications are that if they were bugging the consulate behind me or that we're using some kind of method that they don't want to reveal. In other words, a mess, their employees in other embassies in other concerts than that would explain why this is an axe by the intelligence services, the Saudis and now rested some Saudi nationals. They fired other top officials. What are the other questions out there? Is it possible at all that a team of more than a dozen Saudis could come to Turkey carry out this operation without the knowledge and the acceptance and the direction of the crown prince. Yeah, I think that goes to the absolute nub of the argument that's being put out there how credible, how believable is it? And we're now saying expressions of doubts not just from President Trump or the Europeans in particular said, they want to see more information being put out that his why it's partially problematic is because they're saying that this was an operation that was initiated by the deputy head of intelligence, but they are also briefing. There is a general order out then now to try and persuade dissidents to return to Saudi Arabia peacefully. That is a quotation. There's been provided from senior Saudi source, Thomson Reuters, if that is true, how likely is it in an absolutist monarchical system that a deputy head of intelligence would go against those orders initiate this kind of operation and murder, a man who was the most well, known outspoken critic of Mohammed bin some and so far at least the king of Saudi Arabia's standing behind his son, the crown prince. Yeah. I mean, there are lots of questions at one point. It was looking as if he might be vulnerable, but this explanation, if it's both by the Trump administration also by European governments that may well be enough. But yes, they're all those questions out there. The moments about who exactly knew about what was going on that and how believable others explanations, but that statements is support from king Salman came in the form of appointing Muhammad bin Salman as head of the committee is looking at the restructuring of Saudi intelligence as a result of this murder. That is a strong statement as well. We've also seen it from a President Trump as well, and he's going to come down to this. George, I'll give me President Trump has been the most only solve competitive European leaders and and and the president's in saying how much America relies on not just energy, but also trade relations. Europeans do as well. The UK Connie's absolutely dependent for those steals. It becomes down. A choice between energy and trade versus human rights? I think history would dictate we know which way governments are going to swim in panel. Thanks very much. Let's talk now to Canete of the Washington Post jamarcus. He's editor at the post, Karen. Thank you for joining us this morning. We saw with President Trump said to your paper last night. Your first reaction to the Saudi cover story, much more pithy utter Bs. Yeah, I still believe and the postseason institutions still believes that this is not an explanation. This is an attempt at a cover up so much. Doesn't add up for me personally, who knew Jamal worked with Jamal over the last year? You know this, this idea. First of all this idea that he he wanted to return to Saudi Arabia is absolutely untrue..
Blackstone to Buy Thomson Reuters Unit in a $20 Billion Deal
"In the United States climbed to nearly an eighteen year high this month and his households remained upbeat on the labor market pointing to strong consumer. Spending That should. Help to sustain the economy for the remainder of the year the bright economic outlook however dim-sum by other data today showing the goods trade deficit widened sharply
"thomson reuters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Feel free to if you can remember eleven AM on Sundays no longer on the Thursday evening time slot so we're excited to, be back, two Sundays, where we originally started here just. A few years ago and up until the twelve o'clock hour. Full hour, of discussion, regarding the stock market, the economy financial planning whatever may be on your mind hopefully we're covering a lot of ground during this hour. Program so again, the. Weekly Report, here at, eleven AM on WCBS talk radio. Kicking off the week we've had a lot of activity so. Far in, this week Thursday was a, big day we had. An intraday high on the SNP, of approximately one percent on the Dow the market was up over one point six percent on. Thursday almost a four hundred point change which is the first day where we've seen the market have a one. Percent move since April so we're getting a lot of activity coming out of this week and US stocks experienced some late summer volatility I, think because markets really have had to shift through some of the headline news on trade as well as domestic and international earnings reports and just to give some data on the program. Here this morning as we try to do each and every Sunday and bringing a lot of information here to the weekly wealth. Report the volatility index which many of you investors may know as the vix is a. Gauge of the stock market and its volatility it spiked by Twenty five percent this, week actually on August. Fifteenth which was Wednesday after ten, cent which is a Chinese technology behemoth surprised investors with the first drop in profits in a. Decade which push the stock down by ten percent so the Chinese government has long been a champion of ten. Cents but now is directly to blame for the results according to the company after the government froze new game approvals due to regulatory restructuring, so that was some information coming out of this week's activity which I thought was very interesting elsewhere the Thomson Reuters commodity index has fallen to its lowest level of the year with. Two of its, largest components copper and crude oil continuing to fall from year to date highs copper has long been considered a. Proxy for global Economic activity and has. Entered a bear market falling over twenty two percent From its. Recent high to levels not, seen really since may of two thousand seventeen so jitters about a slowdown I thinking global growth as well, as some heightened conflict over trade agreements between the US Turkey and China coupled with. Concerns that the Chinese economy may be slowing are, really behind this decline I'm going to get into a lot more detail hopefully in the, program here this morning discussing the news with what's going on in Turkey the markets rallying up near the highs just to kind of, put things. In perspective as far, as where we are by the way. Return, wise so year to date the SNP is up over six percent again. Having that big intraday gain on Thursday as well as the Dow Jones. The Dow Jones industrial, average is up over three percent year to date and the NASDAQ index which is a technology heavily heavily laced technology Stock index is up over, thirteen percent year to date so we've had a pretty interesting week here so far in the markets and, oil prices are down nearly twelve percent since the start of June on the same. Worries that economic growth could weigh on energy demand. As well as because US refineries are currently operating and this is an interesting number to, bring to the show here this morning at ninety eight point one percent of capacity again US refineries are currently operating at ninety eight, point one percent of capacity the, highest level since nineteen ninety nine and. This, has led to a surge in inventory so talking about the economy the. US economy has kicked off the second half of the year on solid. Footing so that's a, good thing with encouraging data from both console Boomers and the housing market. Just to point out some information about the housing market July retail sales rose for a sixth consecutive month and this was not to deal with the housing market specifically this is the retail market that is for consumers but July retail sales rose for a sixth. Consecutive month increasing zero point five percent when a month over month basis led by discretionary spending yes, that's by you all the, consumers spending your your hard earned dollars so again discretionary spending in categories this is interesting such as automobiles and restaurants led to that sixth consecutive month increase so. The solid start I think, to consumer spending has for the time being quelled concerns that a higher inflation would. Eat into personal consumption that's been something that a lot of Individual investors have question the last several weeks and months so back, to the housing data though in housing data both, building permits and housing starts increased last month in July one, point five percent and zero point nine percent respectively, so building permits, again increased in July one and a, half percent and, housing starts new housing starts increased zero point nine percent and this. Is, indicating to some. That homebuilders will remain active through perhaps the second. Half of, this calendar year two. Thousand eighteen despite worries that we are seeing higher mortgage rates and home prices which. Could deter some demand, so weeks ago I talked about where we were in the housing market and looking at some of these numbers and. Some of the prices on homes new Home sales, as well, as existing home sales being towards the upper level of the range we've seen this year presenting a little bit. Of a an interesting position for individuals looking to purchase a new home or buying, existing home is the market. A little frothy here and that was a concern I think a lot of people had but again looking at some of these numbers here through this week It looks like this trend may in fact continue perhaps through, the second half of this calendar. Year and kind of winding down here in the mid. To late August getting ready for the start of school and just a few more weeks it's amazing to see how quickly you know this summer has. Gone by but perhaps that may also pick up in some of the economic activity were in, the stock market because there's a lot, of individuals the old saying sell in may. And. Go, away there's not a lot, of activity during the summer. Months so I think it'll be interesting to keep our eye on things over the next couple of. Weeks as we picked back up here in early September but talking about the markets again and where we are as far as on a sector basis select economically sensitive sectors and, technology stocks I think have. Really fueled the rally here again lately, as major, US indexes again are challenging these all-time highs so the Recently maligned technology sector just a couple of weeks ago was up over, one percent during the week financials and consumer discretionary stocks also kind of assisted in these recent gains and the US ten year treasury yields continue to, hold fractionally below that three percent. Level so bond proxy sectors have struggled and also seen. In consumer Staples and the real estate sector declining by more than one percent and utilities also being relatively better but still negative so you know the. Equity market again the volatility right now is something to pay very close attention to and as, I was mentioning earlier the vix volatility, index of referred to as that fear index. Just. The, other week interestingly enough it, closed below eleven for the. First time Since January and, that was back on, August seventh so we're getting some interesting readings out of the vix. Volatility index and just to point, out last month the July average the vix reading in July the average was thirteen. Point three, which was the lowest monthly average since January And August, is on track for a possible another decline With. An average, right around eleven point seven ballpark so far so again we have to pay attention to a lot of things taking. Place here on, the economic front with the stock market as I mentioned crude oil declining since its early July. Highs mentioning the various inventory and stockpile measures creeping higher one thing I also wanna mention further demonstrating the. Summer Malays and energy are the sectors mixed earnings results so headline earnings per share earnings per share growth, of more than one hundred percent is is certainly eye-popping but it doesn't complete the story because as the earning season now. Has evolved with the energy stocks in this particular sector the trend in energy earnings. Per share estimates has in fact deteriorated ever so slightly so per the Thompson Reuters The IBS the energy sector saw pre earning season. Growth estimates of one hundred and, forty five percent decline to one hundred and twenty four. Percent so this decelerating trend certainly all sets to some. Degree the headline of the s. and p. five, hundred the energy sector. Growth I think it also demonstrates some of the rationale behind energy. Being the only think of. This the only sector in the s. and p. five hundred that has declined thus far in the third. Quarter that's very. Interesting so you, know the thing that I do want to point, out, however is that our view at RV remains that despite.
"thomson reuters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ten minutes next up at four fifty three it's coming and it's going to be bad that's how, state transportation officials described the effect of the second half of, the Commonwealth avenue bridge construction project and Anita man and a. Wellesley woman are, now charged with motor vehicle homicide for crash. That killed two need them high school students earlier this year at, least. Seventy four people have been killed as wildfires, continue to burn in. Greece near the capital torching homes Cars and forests more than two dozen victims found huddled together in, a compound Michelle canvas, is the Thomson Reuters bureau chief. And Athens says the speed at which. The fire spread caught everyone by surprise signed strong winds blowing it's, been particularly dry winter so that was. A lot of dry vegetation in the area, as well and it just. Creates a tinderbox conditions I, mean ideal conditions for dispatch these fires are. The deadliest to hit, the country. In decades the prime minister of Greece has. Declared three days of national mourning now while officials fear the death death toll could rise in that area to southeast, Asia now we're another tragedy hits and hundreds of people remain, missing in Laos after massive flooding from a hydroelectric dam that. Collapsed last night, government officials have declared the area an emergency. Disaster zone saying more than six thousand or now homeless a website Of the, state run newspaper reports two people are confirmed dead. They expect that death toll there to rise significantly as rescue efforts continue into the week most of the boys rescued after. More, than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave and Thailand have now been ordained as temporary monks CBS. News correspondent Vicki, Barker with more in. The solemn ceremony that saw. Their heads shaved the boys were keeping their promise to honor the former. Tiny seal who died trying to save. Up their, soccer coaches also spending. Nine days as a novice monk one of the twelfth soccer. Players did not take part in the Buddhist ceremony because he's a. Christian, Buddhist males in Thailand are, traditionally expected to enter the monkhood often as novices to. Show, gratitude especially in the face of adversity an organizer of last summer's deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia has. Withdrawn his. Request for. A court order allowing him to stage and event marking, its anniversary Jason Kessler had planned to hold a rally In Charlottesville next. Month but changed his mind for unknown reasons this morning last August hundreds of people gathered. In Charlottesville to protest the removal of a statue of confederate general Robert E Lee while white supremacists and counter protesters clashed a car. Plowed into the crowd killing a thirty two year old woman please Commissioner Bill Evans stepping, down now's the right time I think I've had a good career changing of the guard in the Boston police.
"thomson reuters" Discussed on African Tech Round-up
"Is a self taught ticky when i say that is he self taught web developer he he's got a history in agency in i think what top top five agency in south africa he's like a creative head i don't know how big of deal you guys understand that to be in south africa that's a big deal he then moves thomson reuters as a self taught sort of a specialist he then gets a contract to consult to you the unc hcr and then lands a gig here poking dot com like one of the politics of way i get to do away i should be deploying what is clearly a lot of gifts and talents money go there no i hear minimalist here's a everyone saw a commercial break yup we'll return to this is like the movement george bush doesn't like no no but don't but don't i think he's getting back at at night that's that vitriol against the free market oh okay okay so then it is to be honest i don't really have to impact it but just to make myself seem a little more human on this tunnel that was shade because i feel like everyone thinks that was a very cold and calculator response really wasn't is just to improve the quality of fly with my family and loved ones and someone says and zimbabwe my family's in zimbabwe so by default all right all right so let me let me check there's been a lot mentioned around narrative taking back the night creating a lotta narratives talk yeah was i'm into yeah it's a bit it's a bit tricky because narrative is intangible thing that it's consumable but it doesn't always affect what's inside of someone's fridge at the end of the day and i'm always comfortable win narrative comes as a result of real meaningful change like economic progress within a household for example and if that's something that you can tell a story about but i think with africa we always run the risk of romanticizing so many things because it's easy to tell a story it's a nice story to read as well without looking at whether or not one it was sustainable too if it's if even meaningful right beyond the family unit in the community so yeah i try to void conversations about narrative cap pushback on this year go for hollywood what about it cape hop yeah soft power i know like i just feel like what you're saying is absolutely true right we both from them we know what that means like you and i have like a shorthand anyone from them in this room understands what that means we'll i'm just saying yes so what if it so i'm just saying that this things that are similar tell us to true i think in that we're in the world now we're narrative actually does change the realities you describe it i mean narrative versus you know policy lobbying right it's stories are over romanticized and they really limit actual meaningful development it's yeah i really try and steer clear of patient i'm interested in media right you share the same view about have been stories i mean they over romanticized if you go tangible experience in narrative is actually righted resulted in economic benefit good question i have a deep breath so let's talk what you're saying i i wanna take okay two minutes guys he just doesn't like also missing so anyway i just wanted to state that as true which what you've mentioned is i think that also was slightly reductionist in the sense that when we do talk about narrative and actually what is missing is that we we not talking about narratives that we know when we speaking about an actually have issues cooling africa africa because it makes it this weird place in when actually i i mean why can't we just talk about being specific about what we're talking about so if i'm saying if we're talking about your grandmother in the rural areas what is her story and who's bringing her story to life and i think that that's an important thing to to think about because i think if they are plays in the world that are out there that are actually bringing out those people's narratives then you give them a platform to voice you've had an opportunity to have a voice but because of where you are it was someone in your family's narrative.
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"Center the trump administration is set to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum ports from the eu canada and mexico secretary of commerce wilbur ross says he wants america to be able to trade fairly with its partners a situation of symmetrical tariffs democratic representative susan dell benny's a bit says these new tariffs are leading to a trade war a bit leery of this represents watkin county which is the home of an aluminum smelter and a large number of farmers sharing because retaliation in most cases is against agriculture and definitely have heard those concerns those worries today from farmers right up here in linden republican representative dave reichert is urging caution in a press release he says it's important to clamp down on countries such as china but there should be exceptions for canada and the eu and more and more people are living on the streets and king county the annual count found more than twelve thousand people living in shelters or on the streets but cairo resist row with the group one home says too many of them are outside six thousand three hundred twenty individuals for unsheltered in our community on the night of january twenty six this includes people living on the street in cars rv's and fans and abandoned buildings and intense intensive encampments cosanctioned unsanctioned locations there is some good news the number of homeless families and veterans is actually down survey immigrants living the city of seattle shows they believe affordable housing is the thing they need most komo's charlie harder tells us more survey from seattle votes shows a big wave of immigrants is recently arriving many refugees from places session somalia ethiopia vietnam mexico and china according to the research nineteen percent feel affordable housing is the top social issue around here followed closely by jobs and education many have obtained citizenship and it appears language skills are a big factor in whether or not they vote according to the seattle votes survey people with low proficiency in english whereabout fourteen percent less likely to vote charlie harger komo news is search for a missing bonney lake team continues with a reward now at five thousand dollars for information that leads to her safe return searcher lynn terrorists arose says they won't give up until lily christoffersen comes home actually talked to people in the sex trafficking industry and they all say that there she is for sure still alive somewhere she's being probably kept in a motel and a lot of.
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"But they didn't collect a lot of data right the data points they harvested at facebook on near eighty seven million people are nothing compared to like big brokers that we've hardly even heard of nothing certainly compared to experience and equifax and so on and so those companies will breach in the future and those breaches will be much worse we'll have much more immediate consequences than what cambridge analytica did and there is a real possibility that we will become privacy nihilists that we may turn around like imagine that we took really significant steps now to reign in data collection whether that by creating statutory damages regime or creating strict rules around how that can be gathered and held or whatever and in ten years we just had a string of breaches each worse than the last it might be tempting to conclude that there's just nothing to be done that privacy is dead that the future is is is grim and that we're going to end up in terrible terrible trouble and there's no point in trying to to regulate it all in the same way that even if we take extreme measures now to defend our climate and to save ourselves from climate change there storms in our future that make this year storms look very small by comparison and it may be tempting to conclude that those storms that we face in the future proof that there's no point in trying to do anything and actually the reality is that we need to do something now to prevent storms that are much bigger than the storms that are to come which are in turn much bigger than the storms who just lived through the storms we couldn't survive and that's true privacy too.
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"Site and then it would be under kind of regulatory obligation to honor that do not track that when it sought and the reality is that enforcing that is going to be really hard because you have to do these very deep audits of companies servers to find out whether or not they they are following their promises and maybe you know if you catch them in a breach you might be able to get some big remedies outta them but it's hard to catch companies and breaches like that you know they're not gonna let you into their data center audit their data and audit their practices and so what is infinitely more effective and and could handily just alongside of do not track regime is browsers that are more privacy protecting by default and then there's just less chance that they'll be able to break their promise to you because they have less data on you to begin with obviously there's a big push with gdp are around privacy regulations and then of course in the united states now we're seeing a growing chorus chris of voices around social media platforms and the handling personal data do you feel we can affectively reconcile privacy regulatory level or kinda fool's errand larry lexus idea that we regulate not just by the laws that we make by the technologies that are available to us by the norms that we share with one another and by the companies that get funded but it's code laws markets and norms that ultimately end up regulating our behavior so i don't think that law on its own is going to suffice i mean for one thing i think that there's a really big thing with law that because the people who got to see the table when you regulate are the people who are already in business and the people who don't get the table when you regulate are the people who haven't started a business yet is that facebook might end up negotiating a privacy rule who compliance burden is such that takes twenty eighteen can handle the cover it but.
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"Spoof a log into social media platform or or related platform in order to determine how the platform interacts with its users which based on their race or gender or other protected categories there's a lawsuit that's just got the green light to go ahead and the federal circuit where i look which is a journalist organization and seal you are suing for the right to buy late facebook's terms of service in order to do just that to see whether they differentially i retired financial services based on racial discriminatory categories or or gender discrimination and the response to that judgment which was long time coming they filed the suit a long time ago and the government filed the motion dismiss and the judge is going to allow to go forward with that maybe this would allow cambridge analytica tobia late facebook's terms of service to in order to harvest our personal information and i don't think it's actually hard to make a rule that would allow people to violate facebook's terms of service in order to do legitimate things like find out whether facebook is breaking the law but not to do illegitimate things like violate our privacy by harvesting our data and only need to do is is that enforcement of the terms of service has have next with some dot action so it can't be it can't be a mere amir breach of the terms of service that is in forcible there has to be a breach of the terms of service that include some dot that becomes enforceable at least as a criminal matter where where the state there's the cost of the enforcement and i do worry that you know part of our great hope for regulating firms is not passing laws but distributing tools it's not you know that there's a place for both but we will not solve this by law alone you know there was this whole proposal for thing called do not track which is you know pretty much still boring where you could tell a company please don't track me when you visited it's web.
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"Governance and terms of regulations within the organization policies to ensure the appropriate decisions around to be to do share responsibility and the like so at a macro level joan those are those are the issues that we're talking about and there's a number of different variables you imagine that track those factors for example at thomson reuters within our own es j database there four hundred different metric that fall in three categories so it can get quite granular and quite extensive but at a high level that's what we're talking about wow okay so how does that does governance include accountability issues related to like the ceo being accused of sexual harassment as well as something like financial crimes like happened at enron or worldcom to go back a few years also also great questions so the the answer is definitely the government's definitely that those issues would fall under governance i would also and a hedge fund to that in the sense that it also falls under the social aspect when you're talking about the diversity and inclusion issues pacific ly but also the impact of the you know on the employee base and so that's really capture out of the social issues as well well yeah i mean they have to be respected you know it's kind of a basic thing right so we're you saying that es g focused investments are performing at twenty five percent our ally or you saying that the twenty five percent is is the growth of the amount of investing that people are doing in es g okay so no the twenty five percent is the second the ladder in that that's the growth of the impact investing marketplace as we speak in terms of the percentage of financial.
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"Is that what you're doing the other day fasts money may have been among the first to cover the bitcoin crazy but as you can see some late night shows are getting in on the trend that was hbo's last week tonight with john oliver breaking down the dangers and opportunities and cryptocurrencies as wall street dive deeper into the movement office on his breaking it down from the nyse hi bob lotta people getting in melissa bitcoin may have had a lousy ron last week was down twenty three percent but that's not stopping wall street from adopting new products around cryptocurrencies so board thing here today thomson reuters launched a bitcoin sent them to track and analyse chatter about bitcoin on over four hundred websites many specific to cryptocurrencies to capture the marketmoving sentiment and feeds on friday fund stress thomas lee introduce the bitcoin misery index this is my favorite a proxy for how investors feel about bitcoin's price action so it's currently at nineteen out of one hundred possible points that's the lowest rating since it hit sixteen in september 2011 it's been backdated like other sentiment indicators this is contrary and indicators so when it's at extreme levels in this case instead extreme lows it's proven to be a good buying opportunity in the past as it wasn't september 2011 november 2012 january 2015 september 2016 all hit similar lows also last week right here on fast money coin base launch the coin base index fund that will give investors exposure to oil assets listed on queen basis institutional exchange we did by market capitalisation now it currently includes bitcoin bitcoin cash light coin any theory and other cryptocurrencies could be added in the future for now the fund will only be available to us right it's an resident accredited investors and the creators behind the bitcoin investment trust are expanding their offerings grace go investments added four new trust last week that each hold positions in a single cryptocurrency including a theory of light coin xr p and bitcoin cash.
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"The thomson reuters foundation specializing in climaterelated stories and philip sends a lawyer and author who's done extensive work on international courts and tribunals and philippe you are you've you've taken up the story of yezidi women recently and their plight in the middle east tell us about that i wrote a piece for newspaper about a remarkable german kurdish e deduct to kohl yan kissel han who helped spearhead an effort to bring one thousand one hundred years he di women who had been sued to to the most horrific abuse i mean multiple cereal rapes and guinea iraq we in northern iraq place called singer and they of all gone off to germany for trauma treatment and i've got to night two of them very well one is cold dull one is called luisa and interestingly when you asked him the question what did they want done to the people who have perpetrated these horrors on them on their friends and families one delile says i want justice i want them to be tried court convicted and louisa said i'm not interested in that form of justice i just want them killed and so the project involved in now film with my friend david evans is exploring the space between those two very understandable instincts as to what to do with people who've done terrible things that goes babbling makes you pose the question to yourself if something dreadful it happened to me would i have the instinct for eventual forgiveness it does i remember very well when i was with louise of the first time and i said to what do you want to these people should fleet you ask me what i won't happen i who saw my brothers my father beheaded in front of me i just want them debt and it's very hard when someone intelligent young person says that to you in i've got my baggage about courts and tribunals and lower injustice in this naylor not to resist that you go back to 1945 and o'clock the same thing happening a winston churchill did actually won the nazis lined up and shot and he was overridden by roosevelt and ironically enough by jazz on interesting lori are we discussed the bone climate talks earlier and the us taking a back seat i wonder if you.
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"Lexisnexis the thomson reuters systems and found it all here and there but it's all true donald trump's dad was giving to the john birch society and john welsh when it first was founded i mean we have a secret ron paul basically as the president with all the stamina and with the gravitas and win the charisma that ron paul didn't have and the berry goldwater didn't have and that quite frankly ronald reagan the f i mean trump is already eclipsed reagan in what he's done in ten months but again everything is timing reagan was not born into a time where the stakes were so high reagan was not president when the stakes were this high lucas serious the global's were kind of bankruptcies to take control of us in but man win win win when trump came in right is the global wave with cresting against globalism each biblical each providence and when ronald reagan met trump at a white house dinner one time he said i felt like i was shaking the hand of the president is that photo of the meeting was pull up ronald reagan and donald trump the just destiny ladies and gentleman there's destiny written all over this and everything you've done and i've done and drudge done in all of us together building towards the awakening it's it's just over the top and trump is just delivering delivery delivering delivering delivering and more and more they can't hold it back and they're panicking and they're turning on each other and the globalist are running scared at the d and she the german military is planning.
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"Support for this podcast is brought to you by thomson reuters from the cubicle to the courtroom we provide you the trusted answers you need to approach your toughest legal obstacles with fearless confidence go fearless with legal solutions from thomson reuters the answer company live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm more than six and a half million homes and businesses in florida are still without power after hurricane erma amounting manning to close to twothirds of the state n p r as kirk ziglar reports this is a growing concern in south florida home to large senior citizen and immigrant communities in an apartment complex with many creole and spanish speakers southwest of miami eight a lopez sheltered in place during hurricane erbas she pushed an air mattress in a sofa in front of her screen door the lights are out but she got only a little water damage and everything positive every the buzz it the only way it could be days if not weeks of waiting for the power to come back she says she and her neighbors have enough food to barbecue and her pooling their resources if it's a prolonged outage yet today everybody work to crews are working to restore power as quickly as possible but there are an untold number of down trees and power lines in their way kirk sigler npr news miami aroma is now a tropical storm as it works its way up the atlantic coast npr's sarah maccammon reports the national weather service in charleston has issued flash flood warnings for parts of georgia and south carolina charleston is experienced widespread flooding and tide gauges in the area are recording near record water levels.
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"Support for this podcast is brought to you by thomson reuters from the cubicle to the courtroom we provide you the trusted answers you need to approach your toughest legal obstacles with fearless confidence go fearless with legal solutions from thomson reuters the answer company live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman attorney general jeff sessions is schedule hold a news conference later this morning possibly to make a statement on the deferred action for childhood arrivals program or dacca there have been news reports at president trump will move to end the program possibly with a sixmonth extension to allow congress to take up the matter but there's been no word from the white house npr's windsor johnston has more on the campaign trail trump promised to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals program the calling it e legal amnesty a group up republican attorneys general is threatening legal action if the president doesn't do away with dhaka and today is the deadline and number of top republicans though say trump should just let it be and let congress pass new legislation peers windsor johnston hurricane warnings are posted four puerto rico when other caribbean islands as hurricane erma storms toward them the hurricanes tops the state windsor one hundred fifty miles per hour with higher costs the hurricane could hit them by tomorrow florida is now under a state of emergency preparing the hurricane could brush florida late this weekend at least sixty deaths are now blamed on hurricane harvey and its aftermath damage estimates are still rising n peers carry com reports texas governor says his state needs more than one hundred eighty billion dollars to recover texas governor greg abbott up the damage estimates as he requested seven more counties be add to the federal disaster declaration hundreds of homes were made flooded in west houston after officials were forced to release more water from full reservoirs nearly five thousand people remain in two main shelters in the city and thousands more staying in fema paid hotel rooms congress returns to work to deal with allocating the billions of dollars needed for recovery president trump has proposed an initial seven point nine billion dollars state officials are calling that a down payment.
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"Support for this podcast is brought to you by thomson reuters from the cubicle to the courtroom we provide you the trusted answers you need to approach your toughest legal obstacles with fearless confidence go fearless with legal solutions from thomson reuters the answer company live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm the united nations security council meets this morning to discuss north korea's latest provocation yesterday pyongyang claimed that had successfully detonated and advanced hydrogen bomb japan's near logical agency says no radioactive particles have been detected in the atmosphere as a result of the test lucy kraft in tokyo reports the explosion has roiled countries across the region japan is seeking to impose what it calls maximum pressure on the recalcitrant north korea in the wake of its sixth nuclear test on sunday a freeze on exports of crude oil to north korea is among the sanctions being considered as pyongyang's brinksmanship shows no signs of abating lucy kraft and tokyo officials and taxes save thousands of homes remain under mandatory evacuation orders because of flooding from harvey in crosby northeast of houston authorities say they've finished a controlled burn at a chemical plant anthony brooks with member station wbur reports smoke could be seen rising high above the chemical plant in crosby texas on sunday afternoon thirty miles west of houston flooding from tropical storm harvey left several trailers of peroxides used to make plastics and paints underwater and knocked out the generators used to cooled.