17 Burst results for "Two Key Components"

"two key components" Discussed on UnInfluenced

UnInfluenced

02:18 min | 7 months ago

"two key components" Discussed on UnInfluenced

"I'm going to sit here and not cuss because someone caught cussing rot away. Last time i'm going to see how long cousin rodway. I said a cuss word. Hey guys welcome nine influence as you can see. We changed them shit up. Our goal for you guys is to have a different studio every episode. Fuck yeah that's not our it's not but We do like to set up better because we're always looking shit up. This was matt's idea. And i think he knocked it out of the park because Yeah it's just a better setup. I think and it utilizes table. That was handmade and So yeah here. We are fucking cheers. I'm gonna hap ass lie and are tell the truth and i stole this idea from drinking hose. I mean rose there. Yeah ones i was like. These guys are on laptops. They're probably looking at porn. I mean i am. Yeah karkare porn. But that's what i got on. We're going to get into this alec. Baldwin shit yeah yes vacuum. Oh that didn't last long. There was at least thirty seconds. Yeah at least thirty seconds probably less but shark less you. Better play the intro. We'll be after he's talking about actual like podcasting time. Nobody counts actual podcasting time. Someone asked me that earlier today. Matter of fact how much money can you make podcasting negative. Whatever you spend a month his. You do it for fun unless you're you know really doing hundreds of thousands of downloads You know you're not making in my opinion a living off of it Especially with the amount of time and equipment and effort. You gotta put into it you know. Even if you're monetize. Dan sponsored You can tell you from experience like it's a revenue stream but it's not like if that was all i was doing for a living That would be real. God damn tough. Even you know having episodes that do get you know. Six or multi six-figure download so It's a tough tough business. I would say don't quit your day job and just do it for fun. But what are the two key components for canine success. That's effective training and property attrition..

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"two key components" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"two key components" Discussed on Bro History

"Okay back to the cia so Let's get to. I wanna talk about like the the mechanism. When did we start using this mechanism. what's the timeline. Look like so the first place the. Us experimented with the new with this. This new national security mechanism wasn't italy so in early nineteen forty eight. Us leaders were scared. That western europe was gonna turn communist and You know we did an episode on this a couple of weeks ago on the origins of the cold war but there were there was massive inflation all across europe and it was just causing people to join a communist parties so the us pump money into european countries to prevent them from turning communist and there fear is that if these western countries or what would turn communists that they would eventually aligned with the soviet union they would lose europe so along with the atomic bombings of here. She may nagasaki a. These are the two key components of of the early cold war. You know the race for nuclear weapons along with or the soviets race to get a nuclear weapon. The them Not having the bomb along with the future of europe and how that was going to align like. That's the journey. That's the genesis of the early cold war. Well in italy a very well organized disciplined and financed italian communist party the c. They allied with another socialist party. The psi italian socialist party and they threaten to Sweep the italian elections of nineteen forty eight so in response. The cia funneled millions of dollars out of the marshall plan. And they way they did. This is that they They were there. Were funding the the christian democratic wing socialist parties and they were They were Mobilizing this really big propaganda campaign against the communist socialist coalition and they would launder money through the bank accounts of american italians who would donate the funds to like. Cia front organizations so The christian democrats they end up winning the election in the same two at the same time you know the..

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"two key components" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"two key components" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"20 years since the 9 11 attacks, one of the memorials being held tomorrow at the crash, site of flight 93 in rural Pennsylvania ceremony at the flight. 93 National Memorial near Shanksville is closed to the public but will be attended by family members and invited guests along with dignitaries, including Vice President Kamala Harris, former President George W. Bush and former Pennsylvania governor Tom Ridge. It will begin at 9 45 Eastern and at 10 03 the moment when United flight 93 crashed. The reading of the names of the passengers and crew will begin along with the ringing of bells. There will also be a wreath laying before the families proceed to the closed crash site. President Biden and First lady Dr Jill Biden will participate in a mid a wreath laying ceremony in Somerset, Pennsylvania. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News, the world's largest carmaker, is cutting production due to the global shortage of microchip. Toyota Motor Corporation says it's cutting its annual production targets by 300,000 vehicles as rising covid. In fact, Actions continue slowing output in factories in Vietnam and Malaysia, adding to the global shortage of semiconductors this after Toyota announced last month that it would drastically cut vehicle production in September. Unlike other big global automakers that were forced earlier to scale back production plans, Toyota had managed to avoid cuts to output as its stockpile two key components along the supply chain hardened against disruption following Japan's devastating earthquake in 2011. Jeff Manasso, Fox News, Jordan Grubhub and Uber Eats are suing New York City over Lebanon fees it put in place during the pandemic to protect restaurants that it disclosed were in person dining. The caps are still in place. Even though New York City is once again open for in person dining. The company's called the fee caps, government overreach. Wall Street the Dow off to 71 that asked that mine is 1 32. I'm Lisa. Sarah, This is bark news. What's that smell? It's clean Mountain Air. Honey, It's.

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"two key components" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"two key components" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Ten year. Yeah but his at and hers is that prescribed by an hers are not prescribed and they have nobility maybe not. I don't know. I don't know enough about it but i wonder if there's a prescription component of it in terms of if it's prescribed by doctor then like it's okay. Somehow i don't know now i it's alcohol is interesting. Maybe we'll get some data on the podcast all right so you can't use facebook ads to get distribution the payment systems are all basically screwing you. Yeah so then explain this distribution. I'm fascinated by the idea of innovation and ingenuity comes out of necessity hundred. Which is your like the classic case for this. Yeah so i grew up in the mid west small town there. Everyone in the mid west is that might eight hundred people. that's very small. Okay keep going. I think my high school is bigger than So everyone sold you know mary. Kay wrote an anfield. You name it right those are. Mlm's dumb question. What are those. So an mlm. Oh mary kay makeup and wrote in fields skin care and got it got their brands. Exactly so in tupperware is a good example right. What does an mlm multilevel marketing meany. You make more money as you recruit people below you and the reason why it's called the pyramid scheme right. There's somebody at the top who started recruited their friends. Those people had to recruit more friends. And what happens is the person in the top percentage of each of the people under them so the person tops making a ton of money people at the bottom are making nothing. Is this a legal. Yes it is legal. But there are loopholes in. They're still tons of mlm's out there and their predatory on low socioeconomic households sky less than one percent of women in mlm's make money. What is the loopholes that people expose. It's i think in how they register okay in in their like corp docs etc. There's some sort of legal finagling they do. So it's not so much. The operational component more of the legal. Exactly i always think of mlm's when bill ackman went after Whatever the shake companies. Early life yeah. I watched documentary on. I'm hip but like debts. Basically one of his arguments right and i've zero understanding of what's real was not documentary all stuff but the whole idea was like he was saying. Hey this is basically taking advantage of the lowest socioeconomic classes exactly and like undock. Mary seem that way. But who knows. Right so i studied. Mlm's because i'm from the midwest. Lots of people sell them on. What is drying women to these things. And it came down to really two key components. They wanted to be a part of something that was like a brand in a mission that they stood for and they wanted to make money and they're being sold this idea of making money so what wasn't working that what actually makes them predatory huge upfront costs in monthly minimums. You.

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"two key components" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"A freshening up the sec's guidelines in light of fast. Changing market environment crypto crosshairs gansler worn traders at bitcoin markets. Don't have the same governmental oversight as more traditional ones like those for stocks and commodities referring to them at one point cooked up currencies. He said the area required more attention. And call for more clarification about the regulatory regime while. Bitcoin is regulated by the f. C. and tokens fall under the sec. Forty gansler expressed concern that. There wasn't enough oversight. Over all aspects of the crypto market gansler also highlighted two key components of the recent mean stock revolution gamification of trading and pay for order flow business models on. Pfos gansler argued that an inherent conflict of interest could exist between this method of generating revenue and a brokers responsibility to provide best execution as well as the cheap trading structure that is underpinned activist retail. Investing it's not free trading. He said bluntly noting that someone is paying. For the traders data an order flow market movement shares of virtue financial slumped seven point seven percent after gins lers comments at the piper sailor global exchange and fintech conference virtue processes between twenty five percent and thirty percent of retail trader order flow in the us and its stock has soared. During the waves of me mania citadel securities is the only wholesaler with a bigger market share. But it's not publicly treated as of six twenty today. The dow crude oil golden. Bitcoin are all set to open the green with the s. and p. five hundred flat and the nasdaq slightly down on today's economic calendar. Eia natural gas inventories out at ten. Thirty a. m eastern time..

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"two key components" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"They know as a established carrier with a 499 file into the FCC that this is a requirement on their behalf to get it off and then ultimately work through the governance Authority and the policy administrator To Be An approved, sir, shaken implementation. All right. So, you know, we're literally at the middle of April. We're we're staring right at the deadline if I'm a carrier. How do I know? I'm actually in compliance. Maybe I think I am. How can I really be sure? It's making certain that you have gone to the policy administrator and making certain that you are a certified carrier from that standpoint to have your certificates from a approval certificate Authority as well as if you do not have the capabilities to deploy stir shaken it is making certain that you have a robocall mitigate solution in place and you have registered with the FCC of that robocall mitigation solution. So those are the two key components that are there in order to make certain am ready for what comes into the end of June. Is it too late for me to get ready if I'm not ready? It's not but what it is come to now from an implementation standpoint is you probably don't have time to do a in network type of solution and on-premise that's just Network. What do you need to look for is hosted solutions that you can easily Connect into where the turn up times for a stir shaken implementation can take a matter of weeks off so but it is at the time you must act now. This is no more time to wait. You have to get this deployed and implemented as soon as possible. So what would be action now? And for example, does your company have.

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"two key components" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"two key components" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Know, doing more services and adding more smarts to tires. We've talked about tires several times in the past. You two key component of your car. It's what gives you the contact with road without your tires. The rest of it doesn't really matter, right? So one of the things that they've been working on and Other. Many other tire makers have also been working on this. In fact, I remember having conversations with Goodyear back in the late nineties about putting sensors into the tires into the tire sidewalls, too, that you could use to measure wheel speed, but also to actually measure slip to measure the D formacion in the tire as you were braking and accelerating and trying wanted to try and use that. To improve the performance of any lock brakes in traction control, and that never came to fruition. But, um, you know, we're now getting to a point where manufacturers are starting to put some some sorts of sensors into the tire construction, and so far, it's mostly with Bridgestone the college and tell attire. Mostly commercial vehicle tires for trucks and blesses, But we're going to start seeing it come to passenger vehicle tires over the next couple of years and one of the advantages of this you could do things like measure the temperature pressure of the tire and get a lot of interesting data about the tire. That can give you alerts about you know, for example, if the tires been damaged if you hit a pothole that caused damage to the tire, or, you know, to be able to detect when your tread is wearing out and give you give you alerts, but also, um, you know, have the potential to start to move towards a subscription service much as I hate to say it. But it actually kind of makes sense for a tire depending on how you do the cost. Because tires are an item that wears out over time. You are going to have to replace them over over the you know, perhaps multiple times over the life of the car. And so, you know, Imagine if you had a service, a tire service. And if you live in a cold weather climate like I do, Um, you know that automatically.

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"two key components" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Carplay, but it doesn't wirelessly just Put your phone in there, and it recognizes. The only problem is with Android devices on Android 11. It immediately puts the phone into a boot loop. We're not a good We're boots, boots, boots. That's not a good thing. And Ford knows about this and you said there there fix is on the way. Yeah. So there was a problem in the android Auto implementation, Um, in sync four, which is used both in the Maki and also in the new F 1 50. Because I've actually got an F 1 50 in my driveway Right now, I wanna hear all about that It has the same issue. Um and, uh, it Zapata Lem on the android auto side of it, And so they've been working with Google and they've gotta fix that's gonna be coming should be coming in the first. Okay update that should be out sometime in the next few weeks. This is one of the things Tesler, I think was the first to do this. Yes, treating a car more like a computer than an automobile. They updated pretty regularly and Ford is gonna is gonna do the same thing over the air just comes in through the gap. Most manufacturers are are doing this. You'll you'll see this coming to most new vehicles over the next couple of years. Actually test it was the first one to do. Okay, updates for all the systems in the car, but actually doing okay. Updates actually goes back to the mid 2000 before Tesla. But it was limited to just the telematics system, the communications system so they couldn't update things like safety, critical systems or other components of the car. But now you know Tesla did was they said Okay, We're gonna update everything and so that that was a big boost, And it required other manufacturers to redesign their electrical and electronic architectures to be able to do it reliably. They could do it before, But it was kind of hitting, miss, you know, and the last thing you want Especially when you have millions of vehicles in the field is to push out an update that might break the car that would be bag that would be bad would be very bad because GM actually tested Okay. Updates on the original Chevy Volt back in 2010. And it worked. But again, it was. It wasn't 100% reliable and they decided not to roll it out. And this is the difference. Being Tesla and a real car company. Tesla is willing to kind of take some chances in a real car company. Rightly so, I think is Little more conservative. Yeah, General, I think, especially with safety critical systems. It's a good idea to be more conservative and make sure you get it right before you push it out. On the other hand, thank you. Tesla for pushing the You know the limits? Yeah. They made it possible for us, right? I don't think the rest of the industry would have moved this direction. Yeah, at this point. Yeah. Good. All right. I didn't mean I didn't mean that. Oh, Hijack your segment. What do you want? What do you want to talk about it today? So are you ready for tires is a service Leo. Well, you know, I know that I have to get new tires fairly frequently, and some of my vehicles eyes that what That means. It just arrived in the mail. Automated updates. But I had a conversation earlier this week with Paolo Ferrari, who's the CEO of Bridgestone, North America, Bridgestone women. His name is Ferrari, but he works for Bridgestone. I'm confused. I don't I don't think he's actually related talk family of the car business, Alright, but he's the CEO of French, still in North America, and Bridgestone is the largest tire maker in the world. They also on Firestone and a couple other brands. Um, but you know, over the last couple of years, they've been moving towards you know, doing more services and adding more smarts to tires. We've talked about tires several times in the past. You two key component of your car. It's what gives you the contact with road without your tires. The rest of it doesn't really matter, right? So one of the things that they've been working on and Other. Many other tire makers.

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"two key components" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on 7 Layers

"And not to incur this sort of time delay of sending it first to you. Know z scaler or net scope or an eye boss will so on and then furthermore when you don't have that sort of fully security hardened use cpi device that's able to inspect and secure the traffic. See either at the home oil or at the local colo. Then you'll your traffic's. Some proportion of your traffic is in all likelihood going direct to the cloud to the internet without passing through the at cloud. Base the service. You know say a gala and. So there's there's thank gap that that and that gap is something. That's prevalent across all of these enterprises. globally right now. So that's that's where there's vulnerability from a security standpoint and you know it needs to be addressed. But like i say like it's gonna take time for these use ep devices to become hot and and as i mentioned i think versus seems to be somewhat by luck but also some not a lot of it is also that strategy and credit to them. They're in the right place because they have both pots of the key. Parts of that puzzle. You know that they can Fit into the jacksonville. Yeah there's a lot of moving parts in this Of course and as organizations shift from or rather than sassy what are these technologies that they should be keeping an eye on for. I need this technology or this technology would bring out more advantages from a sassy solution. What are these key technologies that are defining sassy in your eyes. Yeah we'll like mention. It's this cloud security the uc at the two key components. The other two of course. Dns and then sort of a zero trust network access. The other portions I think for a lot of these fenders You know where they don't have a really good handle on the cloud security. Ou cpa the temptation is either. It will not just temptation will be serie to grow it. Internally organically built it organically The other is to partner so for example. You see z. Scaler is partnering with the basically. Because they don't have the you. Cpa component the partnering actively with different sdn vendors. Right or Asha right now is is sort of. You know trying to partner with with sdn vendors. Because you know that's part of their those cloudplayer's are also sort of touting towards this this general space also and so and then the third option for them is acquisition and i i would anticipate that the these cloud players like net scope. Poor i boss You know they're going to be or even aversa They're going gonna be receiving a lot of acquisition office and for some of them. That i mentioned they have received all says and they'd rather go to go for an ipo. But i'm sure that there's a lot of interest to to acquire those pieces of the puzzle palo alto networks quite cloud gen-x for the st wind component. But you know they really even with prisma they really don't have the hands completely around a good solid sassy often so you know it's entirely possible that That they acquired some company additionally same with the cisco means yes cisco has the components but frankly they acquired a while back open. Dns which is now rebranded as umbrella..

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"two key components" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"two key components" Discussed on 7 Layers

"We look at different aspect of technology from literal wires in the ground to switches and routers and all the way up to the exploded amount of smart devices around us. I'm your host. Connor craven associate studios editor at sds central this week. We are getting an experts perspective on secure access services edge in just a moment. You'll hear from paul kohler principal consultant at the silicon valley technology. Alliance if you have to our previous upset the covered. Sassy i suggest to give it a listen it will give you all the basic information acronyms. You'll need to know before jumping into this conversation. I won't hold you any longer. Please enjoy interviewed with paul kohler. Welcome listeners to my interview with principal consultant at the silicon valley technology alliance. Paul kohler we are here today to talk about the technology secure access services edge or sassy for short but before we begin. How are you today. paul Doing very well. Thanks conor could you tell the listeners. A bit about yourself and philipson on where your knowledge on security service edge comes from. Yeah sure sure so So i I worked at cisco three different stints. I've worked. vm-ware also vip tele St wind pioneer and then through of had various different held various different roles Tech support seo sales engineer systems engineer t emmy product manager technology alliance partnerships running partnerships and for the coach. Just over the past year. I've been an independent consultant. I focus on. Sdn and cloud security and network management strategy then that role. I kind of talked various. Different contacts. That i've made the is These various different companies and try and keep on top of old various trends yet your focus on sdn networking security. That all seems to tie pretty well together to make what most people define sassy Speaking speaking of how people define sassy garner defined the technology in twenty nineteen but that definition sort of existed in vacuum. How would you define sassy. Yeah shaw so i think you know. It's it's really primarily two key components one is the security Sort of cloud based security portion and then the other is the actual enforcement portion so a use. Cpa portion so that cloud security portion. I think you know that there's been a lot of sort of disparite Solutions on the security side so like firewall cosby sake And then also you've got ips ideas malware and so long. And you know as as scott. I think correctly sort of defined it You know there's this increasing the more scalable lying rate Security rather than having point products and doing service chaining Just sort of being able to inspect the traffic one single time and also I think having sort of it's it's in a way. It's like applying the principles of st one and two to sassy a to security so meaning that you kind of consolidate your and unify your your policy engine. You'll management in the cloud and then the enforcement in a similar way similar to the sdn model..

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"two key components" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"two key components" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one K. of BK George floor now buried next to his mother two weeks after calling out for her as he took his last breath in hand cuffs his gold casket arrived at the cemetery by horse drawn carriage the family held a private moment after an earlier church service corona virus spreading among the national guards members in Washington DC are the latest to test positive after protests they were called in to help police and joined by troops and eleven other states nail salon owners and workers in Westminister here in California voicing their anger over still not being allowed to reopen many protesters argue they're stocked with more personal protective equipment than other places like gyms saying they don't know why they can't re open the navy joining the marines in banning all displays of the Confederate flag this affects bases ships aircraft and submarines the navy's top officer says the move is to preserve good order and uphold their core values a new definition of racism will be added to the dictionary Merriam Webster confirms it's in the works after a woman asked for the change she said the old definition reflected prejudice but should also address systemic racism and Republicans are continuing to react to congressional Democrats police misconduct reform bill which will require bipartisan commitment across the country A. B. C.'s Andrew Denver is our Washington correspondent Republicans are weighing in and a lot of them were very critical especially Mitt Romney from Utah that this first version of this police reform bill was drafted sold me by Democrats in didn't recruit any Republican input at all in fact Mitt Romney taking it a step further called LA Democrat version a message a message of peace as opposed to a serious proposal because remember it is going to take a bipartisan effort to get this thing out of Congress in Ondo the president's staff to sign into law and right now it seems hyper partisan in fact there are Republican lawmakers who say that they are going to be drafting up their own version and we should see some semblance of that in the next coming days I know the bill creates a national police misconduct registry but what are some of the sticking points here with Republicans that's the interesting part if the difference is we do know where they seem to agree Republicans have already said including Mitt Romney that they do agree with some parts of the democratic version the justice in policing active twenty twenty eight as it's called they are both in favor both Democrats and Republicans up mandatory racial and implicit bias training programs as well as creating a national police misconduct registry those are the two key component I would say that Democrats and Republicans can set their differences aside and agree where they differ is going to be huge here that's going to be the big hurdle and we won't really truly know what's in the minds of Republican lawmakers until we see a proposal on the table we can actually read it and go through it and that would be kind of step one eight your step one was the Democrats coming out with their version the justice in policing act step one day with Republicans coming up with their version and where we go from there remains to be seen Landrieu there's a lot of pressure to get this done so I know there is a hearing on Wednesday and what does that include specifically on police brutality they're going to be discussing George Floyd's death and even going to hear testimony from his brother as well then the Senate the Senate Judiciary Committee it's going to be holding a police reform hearing as well in the next coming weeks and that should give us a better idea but then just like any other bill it's going to have to go to the house floor it's going to be debated it is going there are going to be amendment they're going to be voted on it's gonna have to make it out of the house into the credit and perhaps back to the house so there's a lot of work to be done here are true tangible tie line still isn't in the cards just yet okay A. B. C.'s Andrew Denver and Washington thank you so much all right thanks appreciate it and tomorrow we'll be talking with a local representatives ami Bera and Tom McClintock about police reform so we'll get a local Democrat and Republican both weighing in on the issue well right now traffic.

"two key components" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"two key components" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"So that was very very condensed. Condensed version of what is happening Like I said these two key components were something that people are really Concerned about especially because as administration rolls out all of these new standards and if they put it into specifics worthy chain cannot be easily changed and or reverse. This is going to be a long haul in this conversation and we also want to see what happens with a lawsuit against the Department of Education in itself but as always if we have mistakenly said something wrong please let us know we would definitely love to correct that because there was a lot of stuff out there. A lot of concerns op-eds editorials that were out there that we were trying to decipher through but again about how is going to affect generations to come as well as women and those who identifies female than we know again. Many tax are happening against the transgender community through these rollbacks essentially and we need to make sure that we are advocating in every way we can for equal opportunity and equal rights. Yes yes so. We'll be keeping an eye on that and we'll certainly come back and revisit it in a full episode but in the meantime if you have any suggestions for what we should cover in any of these Monday many's or full episodes. Please let us know you can email us at steph media mom stuff at IHEARTMEDIA DOT com. You can find us on twitter at mom stuff podcast or on instagram at Steph. I'm never told you. Think is always to our super producers Andrew Howard and Jj pathway and thank you for listening. Stefan never told you the production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio check out the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite.

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"two key components" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"two key components" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Principle of a pun generation which has by analyzing what makes us and that's what makes a pound funny the two key components in this principle as being yet the power to be surprising locally in the local context but it also don't want it to be too surprised so you can still make sense of the word my look how the the entire son has that is a global context constrained as we have in this home of both of them just a fit in context so we first retrievers and has come term containing they alternative words in that example it will be the the human hair got a haircut it's a pretty common phrase so it's easy to retrieve us enough contain on this phrase and now to create the surprise missing plays swap the human hair business nash animal hair so you find it a whole bunch of humble phones like hair hair and yeah oh i see so it seems so that they don't mind me saying this but struggled a come up with something that's genuinely funny a why why why is it so difficult to have a sense of why it's this is such a hard problem prey on yeah so one big challenge we had when we even developing just not a valid system as we don't really have a good metric her humor and i think you immediately got to this question at the beginning so what's her definition of humor i wouldn't make something funny we don't really have a good answer for that and one day challenge is are current computational models cannot differentiate from a senate says that are creative which means they're rare but it's there still resonable you can make sense of it worse there's something that is simply nonsense is also very rare but you cannot make any sense of it yeah so our current combination models are mostly based on estimating distribute of senate this which means they only capture the rare nissen us they can tell you this the sun house is very likely or very unlikely play but they do not have anything to say about how resonable or except for the senate is yeah like look as nss impo ends sometimes they're on grammatical but it's still finding before we can make sense of it they're not come to an end nonsense so that's something that the current models cannot capture so if you do teach machines to make puns what would the real world impact that'd be at best it can help him to write jokes mhm 'em like you gotta find inspiration from this machine generates nss they're not good but at least they give some things to start this and you can try to make it better so 'em collaborative have time generation also even more generally collaborative story writing or a player i think could be application mhm are you worried at all the machines become really really good at natural language processing singing and humor and such but they might make bots and other tools that spread false information more effective i mean his third ethical aspect to the work yeah definitely place offer any tax generation system there is a potential ethical problem because right now we cannot fully control a what about generous unless there is a hundred percent rule based model for example i i heard people are talking about you know now we have this chat bots that are talking to his children and they might be talking about something that are not ready suitable for children to hear it so what's next and you're research a yes so next were planning to a continue this lab research on creative content generation and why important direction as a what i just talked about okay how do you differentiate except will send us from a complaint also so sent us acceptability is a big thing here and the other thing as a to improve of our a metric or finance or humor thanks so much about you research thank you hug is assistant professor in the computer science department at new york university if he were in aisha seems like a nesia academic topic it's actually turned up quite a lot on spark back in twenty twelve we looked at another aspect of being funny understanding how to reid the room an adapter performance if they are going to interact with humans they need to adapt are moods back when this next segment first aired heather night.

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"two key components" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"two key components" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They they spent twenty three million dollars on legal bills. Will you you can relate to that being a learner or RIC or recovery? Jury went to the Saint Louis school law night night school to get their defense. Missouri. Have a law school apparently not. I mean, I would like to do defended, Missouri. Well, really? Really? I have a couple of friends who I would like to know who defended the university of Missouri to the NC double A. I'm really intrigued by this defense the defense. They used was. Okay, we're guilty. Don't don't hit us too hard. Well, I I mean are there parallels between the facts? And and I mean, I I remember the North Carolina decision coming into. And wondering what you know. What is this? Never admitted anything they also the NCWA charged them with extra benefits to and the truth of the matter is you cannot get a school on academe ick fraud that's outside their purview. And unless you admit it and Missouri admitted it. So coming clean and falling on one sword is probably not the best thing to be doing future. I mean William when nowadays in law. Does anyone admit anything? Very very seldom minister backed up in a corner. And the only time you admit, it is if you're if you're cutting a deal or you're stupid, bright. Well, of course, you know, of course, Washington University in Saint Louis is a very good. Is it very good? I I don't think I don't think it will. Remember from Missouri has on. I don't think Missouri does have a loss. I don't I don't know. But it it's just I mean, I just saw it and thought, you know, this is the famed journalism school students defend. We got the best Sherlock Holmes, go going the country. Well, let them defend us. Chapel Hill is always been untouchable in many ways Teflon, and and it's another this is another example of, you know, somebody maybe he's the leak feeling getting treated much differently and then much unfairly it would seem to me from what I know. Well Bill this was on here yesterday. And he made a really good point. He he essentially said that in the NCWA North Carolina case, they just went after the wrong thing. And they they I'm not going to rehash that case William, but there it was North Carolina. Didn't admit to anything it would with what happened. There had been going on for twenty five years back to Dean Smith, and they got away with it. Good for them. Well, I I guess the road map for how you descend these things. And it certainly shows what a what a of a challenge these university has been in have in meeting some of these rules and regulations or beating some of these rules, and right, you licensed as a case baby. Or when in doubt lie. You're listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Mark is up next in Newton mass Mark, hey impulse. Well, so thinking about this situation out, I Missouri. I think that there's two key components that we that have been touched on already on this program. You have academic integrity, and you have extra benefits first off. I think any institution of learning in America has to have a clear policy for academic integrity, which these schools do. But once he started talking with the athletes and the academic integrity. It gets a lot more confusing and the policies need to be incredibly clear, and if they are in violation there have to be consequences for that. I think that's that's clear. Another thing we have to talk about is Ben it was extra benefits which NCWA has has is that's their rule. And that that rule is completely. It's it's a bad rule. There's no way to as about that these athletes are treated differently and to create a rule thing. They. Can't be he's already in and of itself, creating an issue, and you know, so if we go back to North Carolina, which I don't know if we want to, but we'll do it. Anyway, if we go back to North Carolina case, there's an academic integrity issue of creating fake classes. But there was no extra benefits issue with that. Because fifty percent of the people in those classes were non athletes, right? So as academic and athletic society, we have to actually create real guys is instead of having to question. Mark Anderson center listening to do a resuscitation of the case. Why do you think the NCWA came down so hard on Missouri?.

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"two key components" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"two key components" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I mean, you think about the transfers we've had that Dan bear girl from Arkansas all American. She is a powerhouse and the s the Benita girl from Yukon, she is a powerhouse to. It's just a testimony to what he's done and Howard girl from Powell I really don't believe we are beatable. I mean, we have got one hell of a ball club. And and my hat's off to ESPN also a leading the Asia Wilson become a new commentator. They've really done a good job with that hats off the SPN again. Thank you. Much. Mark is up next in Newton mass. Hey, mark. Hey. Well, so thinking about this situation out at Missouri. I think there's two key components that we bet have been touched on already on this program. You have academic integrity, and you have extra benefits first off. I think any institution of learning in America has to have a clear policy for academic integrity, which these schools do. But once he started talking with the athletes and the academic integrity. It gets a lot more confusing and the policies need to be incredibly clear, and if they are in violation there have to be consequences for that. I think that's that's clear. Another thing we have to talk about is Ben it was extra benefits which NCWA has has is that's their rule. And that that rule is completely. It's it's a bad. There's no way is about that these athletes are treated differently and to create a ru. Saying they can't be he's already in and of itself, creating an issue, and you know, so if we go back to North Carolina increase, which I don't know if we want, but we'll do it. Anyway, if you go back to North Carolina case, there's an academic integrity issue of creating fake classes. But there was no extra benefits issue with that. Because fifty percent of the people in those classes were not athletes. Right. So as a academic and athletic society, we have to actually create real guys is instead of having a question, Mark Anderson. Senate listening to you do a resuscitation of the case, why do you think the NCW came down so hard on Missouri? I think they came so down the came. So now hard on Missouri. Because there are no there's no regulation right now. There isn't they use words. This is classic NCWA creating words that have no meaning like student athletes. Extra benefit those words have no meaningless you make bad news for you. They do have made. They're against the rules. They're very specifically. I I mean, if you're going to be a member institution you're going to adhere to the rules, right? But you have to create you can't say. Bogus. You have to create lows. This is another case where is UNC worse than Missouri. Hey, mark. Did you do you do you know who who who Tate's? And decides on what the NCAA bylaws are will the member institutions? He's gotta right back. Well, but what you have to. I think you have to create a legitimate regulation, and you have to actually I didn't have a they have a legitimate regulation. Whether you like it or not they have a committee on infractions made up of representatives of member institutions, Paul happen. Three hundred more times. No, it's not is. It is academic in dishonesty is not.

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"two key components" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"two key components" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I mean, you think about the transfers we've had that Dan bear girl from Arkansas all American. She is a powerhouse and the s the Benita girl from Yukon, she is a powerhouse to. It's just a testimony to what he's done and Howard girl from Powell I really don't believe we are beatable. I mean, we have got one hell of a ball club. And and my hat's off to ESPN also a leading the Asia Wilson become a new commentator. They've really done a good job with that hats off the SPN again. Thank you. Much. Mark is up next in Newton mass. Hey, mark. Hey. Well, so thinking about this situation out at Missouri. I think there's two key components that we bet have been touched on already on this program. You have academic integrity, and you have extra benefits first off. I think any institution of learning in America has to have a clear policy for academic integrity, which these schools do. But once he started talking with the athletes and the academic integrity. It gets a lot more confusing and the policies need to be incredibly clear, and if they are in violation there have to be consequences for that. I think that's that's clear. Another thing we have to talk about is Ben it was extra benefits which NCWA has has is that's their rule. And that that rule is completely. It's it's a bad. There's no way is about that these athletes are treated differently and to create a ru. Saying they can't be he's already in and of itself, creating an issue, and you know, so if we go back to North Carolina increase, which I don't know if we want, but we'll do it. Anyway, if you go back to North Carolina case, there's an academic integrity issue of creating fake classes. But there was no extra benefits issue with that. Because fifty percent of the people in those classes were not athletes. Right. So as a academic and athletic society, we have to actually create real guys is instead of having a question, Mark Anderson. Senate listening to you do a resuscitation of the case, why do you think the NCW came down so hard on Missouri? I think they came so down the came. So now hard on Missouri. Because there are no there's no regulation right now. There isn't they use words. This is classic NCWA creating words that have no meaning like student athletes. Extra benefit those words have no meaningless you make bad news for you. They do have made. They're against the rules. They're very specifically. I I mean, if you're going to be a member institution you're going to adhere to the rules, right? But you have to create you can't say. Bogus. You have to create lows. This is another case where is UNC worse than Missouri. Hey, mark. Did you do you do you know who who who Tate's? And decides on what the NCAA bylaws are will the member institutions? He's gotta right back. Well, but what you have to. I think you have to create a legitimate regulation, and you have to actually I didn't have a they have a legitimate regulation. Whether you like it or not they have a committee on infractions made up of representatives of member institutions, Paul happen. Three hundred more times. No, it's not is. It is academic in dishonesty is not.

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