22 Burst results for "Undestanding"

Understanding

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

02:16 min | 9 months ago

Understanding

"This is daily bread. I'm Deepak Chopra. Fourteen is about total understanding. Which is not the same as thinking. Undestanding is a skill developed in awareness. It's what you've made out of your pretension. So we need to understand that everything that his whole is appearing as part of the picture of reality once again. Everything whole is appearing in part as the picture of reality the essence of simultaneous interdependent. Go Rising. A cousin three levels number one going into a situation only Fahd enough to meet the first real obstacle. I repeat that going into a situation only enough to meet the first real obstacles number two going into a situation only far enough to conquer some of goals and then the third step going into a situation to conquer all obstacles and the mechanics of course the expansion of awareness. Let's say you're walking in the dark room and you see anything. Every bit of furniture in the room is an obstacle. And you bump into it. You get hurt now. The second would be instead of the room. You have a flashlight and now you can actually pointed in different directions and you can identify bits and pieces of furniture. So you don't bump into it you navigate your way around the furniture and now imagine a third scenario where the whole room is lit up. It's transparent made of transparent glass and it's all lit up and you can. The entire universe is available to you because there are no obstacles whatsoever. What has happened? You just increase the light of awareness.

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Cause and Effect

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:06 min | 10 months ago

Cause and Effect

"Welcome back. To Daly breath this Needs to collaborate the upholding force in your existence. It is as much in you as it is out there in situations circumstances events and people that which we call the universe the universe is just the outer projection of our consciousness than experienced the universe of course as sensations images feelings thoughts perceptions so when we say universe we could also easily be saying the realm of the soul of could easily be saying consciousness. That would be par undestanding today of the eleventh secret which is about escaping the bondage of cause and effect so causing effect only apply to the Eagle identity when we go beyond Eagle identity. Everything is correlated with everything else that is correlation and this correlation goes beyond direct linear cause in effect. It's actually a correlation of the deeper reality where everything is connected with everything else. And when you understand this you'll to realize that the universe wants to live and breathe through you. Find out the truth. You need to relate to the universe as if it were alive so whatever your concept of the universe whatever your image of the universe may be the Milky Way galaxy a starlit sky or just your own higher self. Pretend if you've gone to actually totally understand this pretend that the universe is alive and it is your higher self. Then talk to it US questions over your own self or your image of the universe. Listen for its reply be on intimate terms with nature because nature is the expression of the universe. See Life in everything that you encounter in nature with its tree or plant. Dr. A mosquito butterfly on a rainbow are a river.

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A-Cold-Wall Plots Next Chapter in Milan

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:46 min | 1 year ago

A-Cold-Wall Plots Next Chapter in Milan

"Either. This is Tim. lancs woods at Samuel Ross from a cold wool will and he has a lot of very exciting new developments on the horizon. So this is a conversation very much looking forward to. I guess we start with the big news at the moment. which is that You will be showing your next collection in Milan next week in did a sand. I'm I'm very curious as to how that came about. But because that seems like a very big step I think that you know the step trust came how often the crossing paths spent quite every time we've we've In Jones in Carolina rush of off to the CG Q. and During that conversation which of course led to the the prize in the award was quite expensive. Showing and explaining whether will be heading and that primarily easy You know sophisticated. menswear speaks to a young generation Breach Point between St wet and high fashion in a different slant on what we see and I think that it must have resonated to certain certain degree that physician and they went full to ask your phone your virginity to potentially show in immanent fashioned fashioned On the British Fashion Council as defined a from tomorrow on. What's wrong Tamar which is it google map? My business partner business of course He also was incredibly helpful in procuring. That relationship in making sure that This is what I understood what was put forth by the way Milan. Now you you have a very Highly developed others you of of of Menswear of industry. What does it mean so you will you do? Not You know what it means to show men's lowering the land entice you it means A maturing of compensation of dialogue of ideas it means a refinement the sense of refinement to be full and familial really only fools like I couldn't comfortably move forward into next steps and stages of a cold rules seminal growth and the more conservative -servative approach to Menswear Manana foods showcasing. The next step Nicole was journey in in in that C- in that place ice amongst good company and how as it affected your actual your approach to the actual design the clothing knowing that. You're going to be showing what I suppose is still the epicenter of Man Slim. Well it feels like the opportunity. The conversation Powell out pus Rebuff one could sail having a bit of time to have more introspective. Look at how does a cold will wish to grow For years to come and walk comments Resonate with myself. thusly before any brand sucato persona do I wish to stand by for fourth and bring forth into the wild and I think it also comes with the point of reflection not cold will always now five years old. I'm now starting to think about the next ten to fifteen days his and of course maturing growing Myself and my audience and that's really deeply into the duration of the questions we showed. You said something interesting that how you see your career. I guess you'll live. You'll career reflects that obviously as blow to man the boy to manhood this is popular funneling suck a coal is five years old and assuming that you were the boy the beginning our old would you say you are at this moment. Five via landmark. The five point had said specifically he the shift that we've seen in the sixty five exhibit and the shift that will see Around Fifteen fifteen years old was put full his nowhere near The end goal. It's it's slightly ahead of what was initially when she debuted at say so the two manual. You Yo- sort of maintains the sky. So yeah and so. You're going to Milan as it's the beginning of the next chapter chapter. It is leaving home in a way that she was like the nineteen Or to manage that fuss started to Matured Mature Muturi to brandon a maturity of most footfalls. And in a fine way standing on your own two feet totally not because it's new landscaping. It's a new Audience Demographics expectation And how close would be received is completely different than if feels ashtrays incredibly liberating to be able to have the opportunities that she's seminal nine point in browns history to show show this new slum or tin facet of a coke will. I've never felt this align with welcoming half full out of a coat will as most people are Who has been ally up into the year full cool? I'm gay free now. Point where Structure we have a team in place. I'm able to ought to get it myself undestanding more rules in laws of menswear and how people wish to be dressed in how they wish to express themselves you Brahmins reading. What's coming out right now? It's no longer saudi-based on oneself amnesty. She of self expression. That's an artistic endeavor a Cobra menswear random luxury menswear grant is shoot and is the sense of servitude in quantity heavy Ideology now which bit more unclaimed before in my offering I thank you use the word ideology. That's very interesting because a cold will is everything. I've read everything you've said everything I've seen seen in the past this philosophy and and there's a level of research and a and a kind of clarity of thought which is kind of interesting it feels so it feels sell an elliptical. It's almost counterintuitive. It's not like this sort of it. Didn't feel like a wildly instinctive gotta do it. Sort the other thing. It felt like this really research project and you know your background is graphic art. And you're not. You're not a fashion person per se but this notion of the project intrigues me. What was a cold wall? I've read so much about. How was your meditation Asian on your working class origins and it will as I started to feel like I was eating like baby Karl Marx or something after a while it was? I'm curious about about that about the very beginning of a cold all and whether that was right when i read about you thinking about way you came from and inserting this consciousness into a fashion context. It it's interesting because as you as you rightly said so much of my. My background is primarily graphic design than than design Working for graphic design agencies companies before stepping into fashions nations And that process of articulation. Your Rice less haphazard. I'd say it's more wall this process of almost fine to coming trying to problem. Solve and trying to articulate Issues using a carrot and says in some type of visual output and talking about the origins of the code will add it reflecting a walking class system when the I. U. Heavily relate to this almost is balanced between reflecting once past overlaying one's immediate environment in household members to sociologist in psychology lecturer at Offensive University degreed violence from CSM sustained thus is in an industrial design. Says this landed approach to express oneself challenge. Yes surrounded by. Yeah I I was. I was schooled for free to four years Wilson in this this road. Studious approach failed his fruit Majority of devops before concluding Cold War. But you're right this deep independent inning to try to reflect a sense of Occurrence Society which may be a little hazy always underpins What's put forth from a Cold War

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How to Measure the ROI of AI with Sankar Narayanan of Fractal Analytics

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

11:27 min | 1 year ago

How to Measure the ROI of AI with Sankar Narayanan of Fractal Analytics

"I wanted to to start off here. In terms of the theme of getting a return on investment from artificial intelligence is thinking about what business leaders should be doing up front you know before they dive into a project before they deploy resources as they're deciding what to do and how to approach a project what what should they be considering to to make sure that this has the best chance of aurelie in their business. Thank you for inviting me into russian and as the getting to hunting probably the questions that exist. Tell me about it on a don't exit investment so let me let me take a step back and sort of you know for the the problem a little bit <hes> right so so this is a question that ought klein's oscars all right because most of these decision makers are constantly grappling with what what items attribution. How do i ensure that every investment dollar that i put into artificial intelligence antigens realizes that that dollar rally back in multiples for the has that's a hard question heart. It is it is it is not easy. It and i'm going to stretch and see that in many cases is actually not even that important. I totally agree but i'd love love your opinion on this. This is great short and why why a that becomes an embarking undestanding is he's been nice talking. Look at all the problems that businesses are attacking most <unk> knowledge around what artificial intelligence can do to the business <hes> stems from a number growth really <unk> <hes> marketed examples that we've that you've heard and seen over the last three or four years and most of them actually <hes> have been in areas which all defined for example the best chess player being beaten artificial into the cool player being beaten by. I hit a interesting <hes> question right. These are all problems that have a definitive and bond in in chess. It's the the definite endpoint is to checkmate the king on the opposite side <hes> whether you're playing white or black and go again that is a definite of end point in mind most problem statements in fortune five hundred fortune. Five hundred companies do not have a definitive outcome right. This is a this is an important walk. In distinction affirmative statements that fortune hundred c._e._o.'s dealing with is if it is a consumer goods company as an example is the next product that i'm going to launch going to succeed. It has no end to it. What does success mean. <hes> is a question that has no into it similarly to taken in shorter her. How can i deduce why claims expensive issue are my combined ratio if you dig customer expedients as an example in multiple industries how how do i improve customer expedience for for my bank far for lane shot at him so on most of these owners can see are extremely hazy they he had really complex the outcome of you know can be defined in multiple different ways and therefore how do you hard your actually quantify quantify the propellant investment on something where the outcome itself is hazy. That's the real question right so as we as we we are. I think to this the first and foremost objectives that we set out for ourselves as <unk> appliances. Do we really understand the business problems if you're looking to solve and do we have a <unk> framed business problem. That's right and no matter what we do how sophisticated the <unk> are going to be the key question that we come back to. His happy framed the business question draining. Oh yes until if you don't mind shrunk our could. We poke into that a little bit. If i could just ask a few questions about this yeah so i i will and i love if you could correct any of my thought here but i think you're you're pointing to something that business leaders absolutely have to understand and hopefully those of you who listen to the eye and industry podcast for months now will have kind of had. This idea sunk into your head a few times. We are not talking about a board game here and indeed we are talking about open ended business problems in addition to tap. We're we're often talking about. Use cases where machine learning has not been used right so if we wanna talk about let's say detecting payment fraud. You know we we might in some circumstances dances be able to define a certain ratio of false positives and false negatives that could define success right at that might be possible if we wanna talk about you know improving customer lifetime evalu- for a wealth management client over the course of twenty years. How the heck do we get proxies for that. Not only is it vegas hack as you're saying in terms of the gray area of of our definition but it's also something where is just not really been used and so a lot of these initial projects are often kind of guinea pig like and so it sounds like what you're saying is if if we want to begin in this admittedly gray world of a._i. And gray world of business goals we have to find a way to i lock in and frame precisely what is it the problem is does that involve quantifying. The result statement in some way shape performed or is that more just the problem at high level. Maybe you could go a bit deeper. Char short the multiple ways in which the companies have done this so i'm going to share with you. <hes> how we think about what he called us a what because the key problem solving fourteen hundred companies on north thinking vowed solving one of problems they are thinking about solving problems at scale that can can have impact notches for functional area but for the business on the whole and most to barnsley be sustainable so if you think about all of these ski what's which is developing business back at scale and that can be sustainable than a is just one part of the buzzer so as i was saying earlier the fullest key point here is is to frame and reframe the business problem so we have a deep understanding across the board on what is it that we are looking to solve it is it. Is it a problem of growth. Is it a problem of inefficiency. Is it a problem of better expedients for our consumer us. What is it that looking to salt and and along the definition is also about identifying what the what did we define as metrics success. What does success look like can visualize success gaining customer's expedients problem. What is it today and how do we define success success. At what is what could be if everything goes according to plan. That's the that's the next big as defending metrics of success and on once we've we've done that. They're they're sort of three parts in our minds that that come together for enabling talk at scale number one is this is about identifying those business eighty as our eighty five efficiency as i was saying on your number two is what are the engineering elements that need to be in place or that need to fall in place for your initiatives to be successful. This could be everything anything from do. We have the right right. Data in place is data of reasonably high quality such that decisions that are made on that data out of high quality. Is there sufficient soon data governance in place so if something needs to be done in a sustainable manner do we do. We know that this data is going to be a reasonable out. As the it over to peter i'll start on the dependencies on devops on on third party data sources and things like that and finally how's the execution going to look like right. This becomes a recall this defined by of decision. Every decision has to impact a human at the end of the day. It's a human acting on the decision autism a decision acting on human right so every every decision that the enterprise sticking at any point in dine is going to be executed by a human and is going to impact the human so do we really understand what are those would needs that need to be solved for those three elements of better gopnik sophistication better engineering and better human behavior understanding news to come together to be done at scale and that's what fourteen hundred years thinking about day in day out yeah. We'll in a lot the mar- thinking at this level of granularity or phases when it comes to a._i. Projects but in terms of handling complex projects obviously any fortune five hundred board room is is going to be <music> familiar with guests distilling ambiguity into something more succinct. I appreciate you boiling down the data elements the elements of the phases to think through couple quick points. I'm i'm gonna. I'm gonna bring them up. In order with you on the first point that i just want to run by you. Here is about the fact that sort of machine learning is probably stick in the first first place so even if we think we have great data we have good governance. We're not gonna have any access problems are or we can get rid of those access problems. It may be the case that the the data that we have even though it's a lot even though we're smart just isn't going to get the job done for recommending products or isn't going to get the job done for handling some kind of shipping and logistics issue or isn't going to get the job done for there is always the possibility that we need to buffer for that. There's a lot of tinkering. There's a lot of tweaking in we can't necessarily sara lee say this bucket of data given the right algorithm is definitely going to deliver value. That's a bit of a culture shift in kind of a culture shock. I think for for many people in in the enterprise world where with software we write the rules and then it does what we want. Is that culture shift something. We have to address with business leaders. Does that have to be understood stood before we start talking about r y expectations i. I don't mean to be a pessimist by the way but i just wanna get your thoughts on that. That's actually a really industrial line. Dan and i was going to talk about this during the course of the concision sort of those sorts of people that that i encounter across devices one onset of believers which is a set of people that would free every problem into any problem. There's nothing with it is one way of thinking and then there's the other other group of people that have encountered who are <unk> pessimists if you will and that's not because they don't understand the value it's because the i've seen too many <hes> problems being famed into problems and therefore there is some amount of fatigue in using disadvantage problem right so these are do such people that <unk> donde and there is a broad middle which is which will move around depending on where the funding sources are encountered this these set of you know the truly game changing functions and organizations that are working with our we have with how one thing don right which which is a belief in experimentation. I'll say this again the truly game changing companies and functions we worked with

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"undestanding" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Lives, and for making them easier, and better and everything cheaper and more ubiquitous. And and it's only after the fact when these products come out, and you see them wreck integrate into our lives that you get an opportunity to really criticize. And and dig into why they are either good or bad for us. And is interesting to me because I agree with everything you said in a lot of it is goes down. To the leaders in this companies that don't necessarily know not saying, they're all evil images Fink about universal money. But I don't think that they're necessarily in touch with your normal consumer and a regular life to understand the implications of whatever bring into market, and I think Facebook is being the best example Visger where you feel that management is a bit out of touch with reality to be honest. And I think that for a lot of things that we are talking about from a to it on a tournaments driving in all the rest of it there. The needs to be so much more time spent in undestanding now that technology, but Uman behavior and the way that somebody can take something that is designed to be good. Would it make it bad? Because sadly, we're going to see a lot of it. So I think that is a good place to leave it because I will you. It's a little. Yeah. It's a little intimidating, but I will see you and a couple of days in in Vegas for me. It's a it's a step in in the in the warmer direction 'cause it's negative negative to here today celsius. You know, it's not it's snow on the ground. So at least it'll be a bit warmer. And I I just want to thank you so much for joining me. It's been such a pleasure having you. If people wanna find out where you right where you are. Where can they do that? They can find me on Twitter at Carrow underscore millennium. Am I a a an ES? I and I have a weekly column on tech pinions dot com. Wonderful highly highly recommend tech pinions. I read it. Religiously this the free stuff, I don't I don't get pay you. But I I'm leaning to I'm leading in that direction hoping my company can justify the expense. It's wonderful wonderful writing. All right caroliina. Thank you so much. Thank you for listening. If you're out there, send us some feedback podcast at Android central dot com. We love hearing from you. My name is Daniel baiter. We will be live from CS twenty nineteen next week. So stick around. Thank you for listening, and we will talk to gin, very soon.

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"undestanding" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Well twice. All right, then he'd wrong three times on the Golden Gate. But that was only for something to do that was the whole travel. There wasn't anything for a small angel to do. And he was very homesick. Oh, not the paradise wasn't beautiful. But the earth was beautiful wasn't a created by God himself. There were trees to climb and Brooks to fish in caved. It parish. Swimming. Doc and dawn and big Brown dust, so soft warm beneath your. The undestanding angel's smile. And in his is long forgotten memory of another small boy long ago. Then he asked the littlest angel. What would make him the most happy in paradise? Moment whispered in the year. I left it under my bed back home. If only I could have that. Understanding angel. You shall have any promise? And the fleet winged. Heavenly messenger was instantly dispatched to bring the boxed paradise. Then and all those timeless days that followed. Everyone wanted the great change in the littlest thing. Jabs in God's kingdom. He was the most happy. Is conduct was above the slightest reproach appearance was all that the most festivus could ask. And on excursions to Elision fields. It could be said and truly said..

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"undestanding" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The democrats the media wants to keep the focus on the republicans because they cannot withstand the withering heat of scrutiny that is applied when you actually simply listen to what their candidates say they cannot withstand it nothing been booed sleeping and others doc right undestanding protected judgment we have to show up nobody cabinet restaurant.

Pain for Facebook and Google on day one of GDPR

Exponent

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Pain for Facebook and Google on day one of GDPR

"From a regulatory perspective you just be like hands off it's done the ship is out there's nothing more that can be done well the weird thing about facebook is that the remedy for facebook is obvious which is split off instagram and what's up the question is what's the casa belly on what aspect is facebook actually monopoly there really isn't one i mean like advertising well advertising their duopoly with google and their adopt with google in digital advertising which there's a whole bunch of other kinds of advertising the definition should get very fuzzy and also there's no evidence that they actually have measurable in a way that would drive a entrust action power over there is a market because the supplies increasing right a important measure is supply increasing or decreasing and supply is increasing in the market as a whole so like it's weird like there's a remedy but like how do we get to the remedy yeah i mean i think this speaks to the point you just made around like okay we need to update the way we think about the acquisitions and if you do the hard work of getting to the basis of undestanding how the acquisitions get done then you start to have new definitions of what a monopoly looks like a network affects era and then you could start to make a case i guess at that point yeah and that's why i've said i think to extent there is regulatory action and this is why maybe we will end up with more gdp are type laws that are focused on by whole point with them as they lock in google and facebook and they walk them in you know not just because they can afford all the warriors and stuff to deal with it but also the relative pain google and facebook will fill pain from this they will but the relative pain compared to everyone else is much lower and maybe because of the regulatory mistake when it came to these acquisitions there will end up being more of sort of utility type sort of regulation where okay you're walking and all the stuff in you're going to have much more of these shackles put on you you know again that's kind of a shame because it's sort of giving up right there's not going to be competition there certainly though.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And what happens if a backup fails during the backup restore process that's another thing that you can do with chaos engineering you can also do something if you i think it sort of starts at the level they aware it's you know it's not as damaging to do something like that then the next level up is looking at doing disaster recovery on a primary so actually say i if you kill the primary that's a pseudo primary those a you know a cluster that sitting at as replication happening they're valuable if you need to be able to bring them oval but you kill that one and then saying okay yep my replica was able to be promoted in the new clone kicked off and i was able to get my cluster back into good shape again in that'll happen fine if any type of issue happens than you will be watching and you'll be able to note okay this issue happen now i need to fix that problem and if it happens in the middle of the night when nobody's on coal nobody's awake like someone's always on coal but if nobody's away can it happens and they have to get paged you know there's always that that minute will so what i just hoping on that computer then saying what's happening but it's just i think kale's engineering is like you'll the ride in that moment watching everything in you know what's happening is you'll the lawn that actually injected the failure that's a much better place through rather than coming in having to look at the logs in undestanding what has happened previous to this moment and what's actually failed when what needs to happen next you'll just stay watching it so you actually it's it's very very good on cold training chaos engineering it makes you attain they much better at working together in dealing with situations like that than the next layer up is actually killing you'll primary which is in your production plus sta an annual testing yet you know that's normal that's probably going to happen once in a while especially if you have thousands of service your primary will die because they'll be hardware issue will they'll be some type of problem with with llosa so then we'll maybe some sort of you know you've got some sort of low automatically removed it from the fleet because.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Exponent

"And that was like a third or more of the us yeah i mean it's it's kind of crazy i mean so to give the undestanding at least of why facebook would do this having allowing application developers built on top of facebook to have access to the graph have access to who your friends were could be useful and there were interesting applications that sprung up as a result of affectively having a fully populated graph off the goal and noah some interesting things that emerged but this idea that they will giving away that many people's data and is it wasn't just like you said it wasn't just a few things like you go through that list than it is it's like the keys to the kingdom like the extent to which you could recreate like a lot of information about someone it was scary and all those all those absent the time like those annoying friend the game notifications that you would get it wasn't just a your friends corrupting you notifications on facebook chances are while that was happening those game developers who ever they were getting all my data oh your data anyone's all the friends all the data of all the friends of that person playing the game it's not and the ratio that that turned out to base so cambridge analytic or it was like we said two hundred and eight hundred and seventy thousand netted fifty million uses is about one to one hundred eighty five so for every one user they got they got one hundred ninety five additional profiles and facebook at the time at the like q two twenty fifth day and had about one and a half billion uses if you assume that ratio is linear and there are reasons not to that's basically saying you get eight million downloads and you've got the entire database that and you can match it because when facebook gave the app develop is that data they gave away a unique idea primary care that would allow you to ray combine the database with other people that might have a different set of uses downloading a different app right before we get into sort of why.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Exponent

"And that was like a third or more of the us yeah i mean it's it's kind of crazy i mean so to give the undestanding at least of why facebook would do this having allowing application developers built on top of facebook to have access to the graph have access to who your friends were could be useful and there were interesting applications that sprung up as a result of affectively having a fully populated graph off the goal and noah some interesting things that emerged but this idea that they will giving away that many people's data and is it wasn't just like you said it wasn't just a few things like you go through that list than it is it's like the keys to the kingdom like the extent to which you could recreate like a lot of information about someone it was scary and all those all those absent the time like those annoying friend the game notifications that you would get it wasn't just a your friends corrupting you notifications on facebook chances are while that was happening those game developers who ever they were getting all my data oh your data anyone's all the friends all the data of all the friends of that person playing the game it's not and the ratio that that turned out to base so cambridge analytic or it was like we said two hundred and eight hundred and seventy thousand netted fifty million uses is about one to one hundred eighty five so for every one user they got they got one hundred ninety five additional profiles and facebook at the time at the like q two twenty fifth day and had about one and a half billion uses if you assume that ratio is linear and there are reasons not to that's basically saying you get eight million downloads and you've got the entire database that and you can match it because when facebook gave the app develop is that data they gave away a unique idea primary care that would allow you to ray combine the database with other people that might have a different set of uses downloading a different app right before we get into sort of why.

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"undestanding" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

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"undestanding" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"The book up cold undestanding times well we really go to the phone lines pass the dog how first col of this evening is michael listening in wisconsin michael welcome to the program oh michael you're on the air he's a michael macau hello maybe they get the mute on all right we might come back we have term listening in vermont tim welcome to the program the more are good evening how are you good how're you thank you for calling i have a question concerning tattoos i know of several p they have tattoos by also know what the vikas 1928 states dogs just curious ban what your opinion is on pace well my opinion hopefully is what's plainly stated in the bible and lunatics nineteen you've seen it you know the verse the bible tells us don't make any markings in your flesh i think some translations actually say tattoo pester ross what would virulent and you can james version calculating exit the tattoo yes yeah so you know our bodies to the temple the holy spirit nine oh tattoos are widely practised and distributed today and this is not to condemn anybody nearby body is the temple of the holy spirit god wants us to keep our bodies pure i think if someone saw somebody spray painting graffiti on a beautiful temple they would say well that's kind of sacrilegious at the temple asian have desecrated like that will your body's a temple and the bottles is don't make markings in your flesh like the pagans doer the.

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"undestanding" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on WJR 760

"That can be a vitamin 247 can drive 247 that's a big deal and so and more to come but you we're excited about that we know there's a lot of give and take with a federal governor right now and vat but also uh when it comes to naphtha what kind of uncertainty are you having to deal with now in terms whether or not we pull out in march and if we do pull out what a new trend tempting a number might be like in order to bring in the silverado from from mexico without some kind of a duty on it yeah i wouldn't really want to spend what i can tell you is this in we got excellent dialogue with the administration on their undestanding at business i think we've got a great story to tell eighty percent of all the pickups that we saw last year were made in the us army some that we assembled in mexico you engines came from the us we estimate that we probably had 5 thousand people here in the us that will working on the vehicles that was symbol in mexico so we believe that a the you know that a updated nafta's good for north america and at the bottom line is we believe that having a strong manufacturing base he's a good thing for american is a good thing for gentleman's what's your loved that we know what this administration there's rhetoric and there's reality and at sometimes the one can king lead you to conclude that there is a different reality than perhaps the rich you do have a listening ear who understands the very complicated nature of your supplier interface in terms of mexico and canada get the you've had that kind of access and you have a for believe the administration understands the complexities of your business i would say the answer yes we've at excellent dialogue with the administration and i would say that over the last year and they really got to understand your how complicated app is seasonable one on that decisions are made over a long period of time your big capital decisions and not something the eu on a dime an end your there's a long lead time of a return on those investments and so now we're we're confident and we believe that you know.

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"undestanding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cards secure so i'm undestanding these crimes it is really essential to um economise and through these large prime numberth help at all to put the universe in to kind of of less k off well i would say there's the wheel challenges not undestanding individual primes but undestanding the infinity of crimes all in one go the me this is a bit like somebody singing a very high notes but actually we want to hear how all the notes so the protons the put together and to understand the music and that's the the great unsold problem of mathematics the went with last time a like the previously large prime number was discovered with a loss rankled lewis eight two thousand and fifteen september 17th so it always going to make a prediction which caught mathematics is all about trying to spoil patten's i would say maybe we have to wait to two thousand jen may be nineteen twenty two have the next discovery but said that's the wonderful thing about these numbers you never quite know when the next one's going to appear markets this so toy oxford university simone you professor for the public understanding of science i understand prompt a little bit better now thanks to you thank you very much great to a good lot with your and searched the the the the but the thing williams the big coming up tackling fake news and hate speech in germany your with the world and a time now is to 20 it's kqed public radio good afternoon on beth highs inc is sitting in for michelle hannigan and we've got some fresh washed pavement out there let's see how the roads are with julie deppish above we have trouble on the same ngo bridge stall big regoin westbound at the high rise rick has a ottawa transport trailer on it so it is blocking the right lane a bit of a delay from mid span santa cruz mountains is a solo spin out seventeen northbound before redwood a states may still be in the right lane and a crash of the richman send reffell bridge west bent of the toll plaza also bumper in the two right lanes julie deppish for kqed thank you julie her report brought to you by beach blanket babylon andrea wardrobe.

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"undestanding" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Earth was beautiful to wasn't a created by god himself by there were trees to climb and books to fish in caves to play at pirates the swimming sinn and rain dark and dawn in thick brown dust so solved warned beneath the undestanding angels smile and in his eyes was a long forgotten memory of another small boy in a long ago and then he asked the littlest angel what one making the most happy in paradise the chad thought for a moment we street in his ear there is a guy x i left it under my dad back home if only i could have that the understanding angel nodded his head you shall hammadi promise in a fleet rained heavenly messenger was instantly dispatched to bring the boxed paradise and then and all those timeless days that followed everyone wondered at the great change in the littlest theme former all the chair sinn god's kingdom he was the most happening his conduct was above the slightest reproach because appearance was all that the most fastidious could ask an excursion tunisian fields it could be said and schutte said that he flew why and angel benny came to pass a jesus the son of god was to be bone of mary had bethlehem activity it is the glorious touting spread through paradise of the angels rejoice and their voices were lifted the herald the miracle of coming at the christ.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors

Book Marketing Mentors

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors

"If you're an author or fled one get excited because this podcast is for you book marketing mentors was the only podcast dedicated to helping you successfully market and sell your book you've you're ready for empowering conversations with successful marketing rabakov european liz your host international bestselling author susan free welcome to book marketing mentors do we keep podcasts we you lend proven strategies tools ideas and tips from the masters every week kind to juice you to a marketing mazda who will share their expertise to help you market in selma books today my special guest is a mask influence sir two reza to grope wa is a fourtime best selling author and an international speak assault by entrepreneurism laws corporations wanting to better understand how local word of mouth can suddenly turn into an epidemic specializing in the topics of influence and success teresa has a proven track record in undestanding word of mouth epidemics having taken three books to bestseller stages in only eight months book mass influence hit number one international bestseller's status in north america and europe on the same day launched theresa teaches business and marketing courses around the world including teaching courses to start up entrepreneurs in developing countries as the chair of the evolutionary business council to reason leads an international invitationonly council of speakers and influences dedicated to teaching the principles of success trees or is also the cofounder of the global influence summit theresa what an absolute on that it is to have you and to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mental and with my pleasure susan thank you so much for having me so theresa your own about influence and so the all on the same page let's just have you tell us in your words what you mean by influence.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Science Vs

"Okay the jeff's of course knows that people do sometimes bump into black bears set we'd no body what else can we look at to see if peak foot he's out there well one thing we can look at is footprints from markedly scientists can use tracks to try to understand how animals leave it's particularly useful undestanding extinct creatures like dinosaurs and even early humans as one researcher wrote footprints uh the quote nearest things we have to movies of extinct animals and quite footprints can give us hints about how fast a creature was traveling whether it was an adult or child how tall they were and even if they had missing toro's or arthritis and footprints actually jeff specialty bob here's another thing we need to know about jeff big foot is kind of his passion project and since the '90s he's amassed one of the world's largest collections of footprints attributed to big foot well i don't have an exact count but it's in the neighborhood of three hundred probably three hundred just cast in them files with photographs of of uh probably hundreds more hurry 100 where they stored in my laboratory i've got two drawer banks sir the go from short ceiling and these costs of big footprints have convinced jeff that that really might be something to the speak foot story he says that these big footprints a very different to humans so basil eight he says for one the big after all they dig feet from big foot other also much wider chose that are more uniform in size in some instances they're individuals have a little more webbing between the toes up under the toes jeff car member be first time he saw what he thinks with a big footprint out in the woods it was some twenty years ago and he went to meet a big foot amateur investigate i in washington state since you want to see some fresh tracks.

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"undestanding" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Nobel peace prize without this on the intergovernmental panel on climate change he's books include die predictions undestanding global warming and he's latest is the madhouse affect how climatechange denial is threatening our planets destroying our politics and driving as crazy and he has an article that the guardian it's a fact climate change made hurricane hobby more deadly welcome to background brief thing marco may not take the and always good to be with you will thank you mike lynch does seem that hurricane hobby uh has plenty of time to be even more deadly that seems to be the extrordinary problem here than it it came off the gulf have guy that the coast went back in the gulf picked up more what order and then he's now back slamming texas and louisiana yeah well i you know we we have a new perfect storm here don't we um this storm just about every attribute of it as um fevered the storm uh doing maximum damage um wreaking havoc on obviously on houston hand to coastal texas and it's an unfortunate consequence of a whole bunch of factors that have come together let's say let's talk of since a semi sized and all going on let's talk about what's causing this extraordinary man of moisture in the atmosphere with the sea seth its temperature rising as a result of global warming the classiest clip hey ron equation i believes what you call it yep so let's it's just to give us a kind.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Has actually blinded i think and the process to undestanding at she how flawed it come be and that's why i think the fact that it got women wrong and still gets women wrong sometimes to this day is a product of that was early point in the research is an oral speakers this was always the from familiar went on are looking into something where where you foreign doubt but something you'd long 42 resumed yourself was in fact road and that moment where you find yourself sort of sitting back and you chair and going to uh yeah i mean that happened old way three my research i am sad to say that even though i had a very egalitarian upbringing i too have imbibed these gender stereotypes my whole life and and as i was writing it was that she quite heartening and as a feminist quite empowering to realize the signs doesn't support them by large you know it's it's controversial so you can always find signs to sport anything but you know as a body of work an increasingly the idea for example that um we are not egalitarian that maledomination is somehow hardwired into a species the way it is in chimps is not true you know the hunter gatherer societies anthropologists think would have been egalitarian for most of our history um sexual behavior you know the idea of monogamy of women being naturally monogamous men be naturally promiscuous at she holds very little water based on based on current research you may not be surprised hugh but it was surprising through um there's a lot of work out there and i i did find it impairing i mean the thing i found most.

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"undestanding" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"He's loud angry and doesn't play by their rules she will never be your old home republican would look at their records why would he wanted to be she is sunny johnson and this is she say that wellfounded did she say that a breitbart podcast i'm your host the female dragging with that fire conversation sunny johnson i don't path but i can't pop that inflated ego of yours i don't drop but i can drop your preconceived notions out of the realm of possibility i don't like what i can lock your ignorance at a cage akejan let joy intelligence flourish i'd also work what i can work your mental capacity baz are all undestanding desert did she say that for your as people subscribe to the park has give your girl a five star rating hit me up on social media at sunny johnson as s o f f i e read breitbart dot com make sure you are an informed motor and we should get along just fine every bharti okay look i have to jump into this rarely quick 'cause i guess some special yep every once in awhile i run into some someone that can say something better than i think i could all right and this week was no exception so i wanna tell you how i came about this little piece of audio that i'm going to provide you today so last week it like i have told you numerous times if you want to see a pulse of what's going on in the black community check black twitter last week dorm black twitter there was hash tag phone book challenge if you don't know what this is this was the entities the antithesis this is the counter movement against the.

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"undestanding" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"undestanding" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The stormy fourday wbz accuweather update with eric fisher this time of flash flood watches over parts of the area nzl nine o'clock mainly between the pike and the south coast we did you watch scattered thunderstorms downpours we pulsing on and off all the way up until about midnight tonight in any one of them has the possibility of putting doesn't hailed gusty winds have very heavy rainfall be humid low's near seventy tomorrow's more showers and rebels likely in the morning and then another round will pop up in the afternoon that afternoon round could be severe especially south of of of the pike so another act of weather data pockets of flash flooding hi temps in the low 80s will be humid but much cooler tomorrow evening and then on friday where the '60s mostly cloudy areas of showers and rame lingering clouds on saturday with a high near eighty i'm wbz tv meteorologist eric fisher wbz newsradio 1030 little bit of sunshine in boston and right now we're in the seventy seventy eight degrees still quite hugh wbz news time four o's six and this story youth advocates are praising the longer summer hours at some of the parks run by the city of boston and dcr we get more from wbz's bernice corp who's the roberts playground will remain open until about nine o'clock at night during the week for a number of sports activities like flag football and basketball terry cousin the president of the dorchester eagles pop warner says he think kids active and engaged in sports are critical tools in preventing violence against kids around the city undestanding dead after on the street they're odd things should gil besides hanging on street experiment which rods expand then try to be part of a gang indoor chester britain score posed wbz newsradio 1030 business news next on.

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