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"university london" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

05:17 min | Last month

"university london" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

"As it's been really fascinating conversation. Finally i caught up with stephanie marshall to help unpack the challenges for leaders in the student experience in the year ahead really feast. Welcome to the show stephanie. Marshall vice-principal education at queen. Mary university london and of course former senior executive chief executive of the.

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"university london" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

07:46 min | 4 months ago

"university london" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

"Different kind of understanding of how that should be pretty soon. There's a reaction because how can this place be saying. It's going to offer degree if there's no religious instruction if no one has a sense of the malls of of the of the men that pass through it so the kind of reactionary posted the tories set up their own campaign to set up a college and they get the king's support which is king's college gets set up in opposition to the university of london and it sets up to do pretty much the same kind of thing commuting students a wider range of subjects bucks with religious education at heart so they want to be a different kind of setup but within the church. Because that's important to them. So the two colleges get off issuing certificates because they don't have degree awarding powers parliament won't award degree awarding powers to uc l. As we as we know now and so eventually the compromise comes in eighteen thirty six. The university of london is set up as effectively a government department to award degrees. So if you were looking for an exciting power with the f. s. the validation powers to set up an approved colleges that come to it and say can we have degrees. You could say well. There's a pal in nineteen thirty. Six in terms of the university of london was interesting. Of course is the university of. London has to say watson that degree so that takes away some of the reforming zeal of being at ucla. Because now have to conform to this this new. Ba degree that the university in london puts together but from that springs a the ability for someone to be taught at a college. The isn't part of the direct university. London's places all over the country and intern all of the par to teach the university of london degree but also means the university under can start to think about other subjects so it starts well would it look like to have just a science degree and so they can start to think about that and so this petition to have the science degree they can start to think about what it would look like. There's a petition to set up a social science so they can start to expand the veins of subjects that come into university and specialisms come from now on the afternoon of day one of long fasht was to take it and let's dive back so yes skipping skipping onto the nets Where where did you go there. After for the lunchtime slots The the it's the way you do it will highstreet right wherever you both. I was in the flexing one. So we ain't what you do is the way that you flex it. So it was a session which was basically looking at the possibility of well looking at how things have had to flights over the last twelve months across a range of areas of university life cultures us technology teaching and learning and what we might do to build up flexibility in for the long term. Do we need to and what we can do about it and again is always actually. What i thought was wasn't so much the detail of what we're discussing. It was some of the underlying principles that they were talking about. Just a couple which really really struck the me. But i was whether we like the the message that was coming from all the speakers whether we like it or not. The world is now more uncertain. Not just why we're not just talking about you. Know getting to the end of the pandemic. and then it'll be back to what we need inherently more uncertain than we've ever known and then i fall developing capacity to be flexible respective what form the flexibility takes being able to be flexible and constantly evolve is more important than ever so i thought that was just it was just useful framing thing. Stop looking at it from the narrow perspective of what to reduce your response the pandemic and just start saying this is the old expression. This is normal. Now this is what is going to be like one way or another forever. Don't on the other side of the screen but that and then the second point which kind of slightly contradicted. But it was really a kind of massive lightbulb moment for me was have we. She really experienced flexibility over the life of the pandemic. Haven't we really just moved to something different. So what happened was we were all physically on campus one day and then we will rule remote. And i know there's been a bit of to and fro and sometimes you're on campus sometimes up but really embracing the idea of hybrid blended. Learning hasn't happened yet. we've gonna. That's the next stage is kind of not the either ore is genuinely blended and i it again thinking about it from my own perspective of working from home versus having a choice of whether to go into the office or whether it's carry on working from home what difference that will make can how we need to support people to embrace those choices and feel confidence by the choices that was also quite a real sort of light bulb. Moments re driven to work differently have retreated flex polish. I found some stuff have to be on campus. And those that didn't need to couldn't hachette we haven't dealt with a nuances of individual preferences roles. That could be undertaken rotely in person and the challenges. Imagine collaboration between some around campus and some in the rumors our experiences that we have learned that many activities particularly university beatings training them actively. Won't fest have worked exceptionally well. If best remotely but the benefits driven by everyone's using the same platform and was able to contribute their own private space or day. They have have an equal not participate. So mixing this up. Moving to more blended or hybrid. Approach will bring new challenges. That difficult j. also caused physical space but it also requires competencies that we tom and investment to develop my second thought is the approach. Flexibility with any institution is driven by the nature of organizations academic mission and the physical and digital of geography of the institution. So we're banks in central london. That affects our ambitions. for flexibility. Going forward are location. Presents challenges for west staff or able to live on the nature of that we also have pressure space realizing extra space research teaching qiuping benefits the at least because our research cost different amounts of physical space by snow petit full students to collaborate research. He's participate research will levels Medications teaching requires practical experience. Labs or or remorse so different institutions have different needs different aspirations for growth of digital learning different needs to be embedded in certain locations or embedded in certain communities at different feedback from students and staff over the past years your europe experiences and that should be what drives the approach to flexible work. Arrangements going forward and on the high streets while Well molecule neither early. On in the week. I woke cornered on a lot. We can bury nounce into the a. Let's not easy for example. I won't call nuts that. Tony blair Global policy institute Ripoll the lavish written with donate some you know the education recovery the other education recovery and one of the things he says in a classic big bald haricot towns with a population of eighty thousand of mold belly And what about really ready by to places like other night all wofford because you know my shopping centre with a with a plus lewis at one end and a closed debonair.

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"university london" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"university london" Discussed on The Science Show

"It's the centenary of rosen. franklin's birth. This year she who made watson crick's revelation of the structure of dna possible. Her photograph of dna made all the difference and was featured in western. Play called photograph. fifty one with nicole. Kidman who else is franklin. But it was after dna. According to patricia farrer of clare college cambridge that her work on viruses and irony made work like this year's fast production of covid vaccine possible all that worth two nobel prices so far. Thank you think just portrait by malcolm. I'm watson i'm creek. Let us show. You are trick. We have found the seed of life sprang from. We believe we're stew of molecular goo with a period of thirty four angstrom. So just think this means to our respective genes that sakes did not be disgusting or you girls. Try that trick of watson and crick and achieved. Double helix lusting cheeky was recited by james watson and francis creek at a symposium in june nine hundred fifty three to celebrate the discovery of the double helix in nineteen sixty two. They received the nobel prize for this work. Along with morris wilkins. They've been basking in the glory of his saints but there was another crucial contribution to solving the puzzle of deny that of the dock lady of dna roslyn franklin. He's francis creek acknowledging homework on bbc radio in nineteen ninety nine. It was fairly fast. But you know we were lucky. You must remember. It was based off the x ray. Were done here in london. Started off by. Murray's wilkins and carried on by rosen in franklin and we wouldn't have got to the stage of least having a molecular model if it hadn't been for their work will the story is very bleak. She was naps. Brilliant x ray photographer and this was how the physical reality of the double helix model was first. Seen because wont watson and crick quarrel remodelers that that is they were abstract scientists. They were thera- titians so they were making the model as it were in their heads out of those bubbles and sticks that we all know so well which made the double helix model. What roslyn franklin's incredible achievement walls that she was a technically quite brilliant with this new and difficult apparatus of x ray photography and she showed this first image. Hilary rose from city university london. She's been a sociologist. of science. Since the mid seventy s and the image is referring to is the x ray picture taken by rosalind franklin niners photograph number fifty one. It displays a doc. Black spotty cross shape which confirmed for watson and creek. They hypothesise that. The structure of dna is in fact. A double helix. Hilary rose is passionate about rosine. Franklin's contribution and believed her story is one of appropriation and rasiah without her consent. These pictures were taken by the third noble prize winner. Wilkins and they were shown to watson and crick in cambridge and this is appropriation. I mean there are harder woods for it. A ratio of course was dramatic in the nobel prize acceptance speeches. Roslyn is by then dead. So little people forget those no question hoping for price. 'cause they not give them to the dead they given to the living so the three man. None of them acknowledged her work public. What she gets is a footnote in morris wilkin so that's the asia and you would have thought on the occasion art a such a thing as the nobel prize. The woman is dead that there would have been case for little generosity. Not a hint of a three man. Just carry on as if she hadn't existed as she hadn't done the pioneering extra work. It wasn't a pool in shabby story. And there's plenty in the history of science strong views from sociologist. Hilary rose no matter which way you look at it though. The mystery of this dark lady is intriguing author. Brinda medics was so fascinated by rosalind franklin. That she's recently completed a comprehensive biography. He she is with robin williams. Rosen franklin's family very well off for intellectual whether or not they're very wealthy anglo jewish bankers they also had a publishing firm for the sons in the family who actually were inclined to banking rutledge and keegan. Paul you're very distinguished people very proud of their heritage and they trace their ancestry back to king david the founder of jerusalem. So i mean this is a family takes its ancestry seriously and so one of the problems i think was not so much her gender but class. She sounded aristocratic to them. She spoke terribly well very clipped and some people just hated that. And it's one of the many ingredients which actually made her disoriented and not as happy as she might have made a very clever little girl. And i mean as she was growing up quite small. She wasn't very clever. Little girl and i discovered family letter from her aunt mamie. Anyway she noticed rosalyn has a six year old and she rosalind is alarmingly clever. She does her sums for pleasure and invariably gets them right and i thought that alarmingly was very significant because roseland had three brothers but the fact that the girls should be the cleverest really did

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No acknowledgement, no thanks for Rosalind Franklin who made the discovery of DNA structure possible

The Science Show

05:32 min | 10 months ago

No acknowledgement, no thanks for Rosalind Franklin who made the discovery of DNA structure possible

"It's the centenary of rosen. franklin's birth. This year she who made watson crick's revelation of the structure of dna possible. Her photograph of dna made all the difference and was featured in western. Play called photograph. fifty one with nicole. Kidman who else is franklin. But it was after dna. According to patricia farrer of clare college cambridge that her work on viruses and irony made work like this year's fast production of covid vaccine possible all that worth two nobel prices so far. Thank you think just portrait by malcolm. I'm watson i'm creek. Let us show. You are trick. We have found the seed of life sprang from. We believe we're stew of molecular goo with a period of thirty four angstrom. So just think this means to our respective genes that sakes did not be disgusting or you girls. Try that trick of watson and crick and achieved. Double helix lusting cheeky was recited by james watson and francis creek at a symposium in june nine hundred fifty three to celebrate the discovery of the double helix in nineteen sixty two. They received the nobel prize for this work. Along with morris wilkins. They've been basking in the glory of his saints but there was another crucial contribution to solving the puzzle of deny that of the dock lady of dna roslyn franklin. He's francis creek acknowledging homework on bbc radio in nineteen ninety nine. It was fairly fast. But you know we were lucky. You must remember. It was based off the x ray. Were done here in london. Started off by. Murray's wilkins and carried on by rosen in franklin and we wouldn't have got to the stage of least having a molecular model if it hadn't been for their work will the story is very bleak. She was naps. Brilliant x ray photographer and this was how the physical reality of the double helix model was first. Seen because wont watson and crick quarrel remodelers that that is they were abstract scientists. They were thera- titians so they were making the model as it were in their heads out of those bubbles and sticks that we all know so well which made the double helix model. What roslyn franklin's incredible achievement walls that she was a technically quite brilliant with this new and difficult apparatus of x ray photography and she showed this first image. Hilary rose from city university london. She's been a sociologist. of science. Since the mid seventy s and the image is referring to is the x ray picture taken by rosalind franklin niners photograph number fifty one. It displays a doc. Black spotty cross shape which confirmed for watson and creek. They hypothesise that. The structure of dna is in fact. A double helix. Hilary rose is passionate about rosine. Franklin's contribution and believed her story is one of appropriation and rasiah without her consent. These pictures were taken by the third noble prize winner. Wilkins and they were shown to watson and crick in cambridge and this is appropriation. I mean there are harder woods for it. A ratio of course was dramatic in the nobel prize acceptance speeches. Roslyn is by then dead. So little people forget those no question hoping for price. 'cause they not give them to the dead they given to the living so the three man. None of them acknowledged her work public. What she gets is a footnote in morris wilkin so that's the asia and you would have thought on the occasion art a such a thing as the nobel prize. The woman is dead that there would have been case for little generosity. Not a hint of a three man. Just carry on as if she hadn't existed as she hadn't done the pioneering extra work. It wasn't a pool in shabby story. And there's plenty in the history of science strong views from sociologist. Hilary rose no matter which way you look at it though. The mystery of this dark lady is intriguing author. Brinda medics was so fascinated by rosalind franklin. That she's recently completed a comprehensive biography. He she is with robin williams. Rosen franklin's family very well off for intellectual whether or not they're very wealthy anglo jewish bankers they also had a publishing firm for the sons in the family who actually were inclined to banking rutledge and keegan. Paul you're very distinguished people very proud of their heritage and they trace their ancestry back to king david the founder of jerusalem. So i mean this is a family takes its ancestry seriously and so one of the problems i think was not so much her gender but class. She sounded aristocratic to them. She spoke terribly well very clipped and some people just hated that. And it's one of the many ingredients which actually made her disoriented and not as happy as she might have made a very clever little girl. And i mean as she was growing up quite small. She wasn't very clever. Little girl and i discovered family letter from her aunt mamie. Anyway she noticed rosalyn has a six year old and she rosalind is alarmingly clever. She does her sums for pleasure and invariably gets them right and i thought that alarmingly was very significant because roseland had three brothers but the fact that the girls should be the cleverest really did

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Salon so is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so. Allies are open in Los Angeles to. So I think it's really just the bay area. That's. Shut Down with that. Yeah maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm Right. The first collaboration will be with team gleason, that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, in their case, systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. And this is cool. It's it's. There there are so many just from what you read Tom. There's so many examples of course, of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data points. It's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily. Tech. HEADLINES DOT.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nail Salon and my hair salon it's pretty much a boutique. Salon so is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so. Allies are open in Los Angeles too. So I think it's really just the bay area that's in the shutdown with that. Yeah, maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm Right. The first collaboration will be with team gleason, that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, in their case, systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. And this is cool. It's it's. There there are so many just from what you read Tom. There's so many examples of course, of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data points. It's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily tech headlines Dot.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nail. Salon and my hair salon. It's pretty much a boutique. Salon. So is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so. Allies are open in Los Angeles too. So I think it's really just the bay area that's. Shut Down with that. Yeah maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve. A I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm Right. The first collaboration will be with team gleason, that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, in their case, systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. And, this is cool. It's it's. There, there are so many just from what you read Tom. There's so many examples of course, of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data. Points it's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily. TECH HEADLINES DOT.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nail Salon and my hair salon it's pretty much a boutique. Salon. So is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so herod. Allies are open in Los Angeles to so I think it's really just the bay area that's in the shutdown with that. Yeah, maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm. The first collaboration will be with team gleason, that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, in their case, systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing algorithms. Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. And this is cool. It's it's. There, there are so many just from what you read Tom. There's so many examples, Mike of course, of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data points it's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks, if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily tech headlines Dot.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nail Salon and my hair salon. It's pretty much a boutique. Salon so is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear your mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so hair salons are open in Los Angeles too. So I think it's really just the bay area that's in the shutdown with that. Yeah, maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm Right. The first collaboration will be with team gleason, that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, and their case systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. And this is cool. It's it's. there. There are so many just from what you read Tom. There's so many examples of course, of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data points it's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks, if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily tech headlines Dot.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nail Salon and my hair salon. It's pretty much a boutique. Salon so is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so. Allies are open in Los. Angeles too. So I think it's really just the bay area. That's. Shut Down with that. Yeah maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm. The first collaboration will be with team gleason that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, and their case systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. and. This is cool. It's it's. There there are so many just from what you read. Tom. There's so many examples of course of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data points. It's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks, if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily tech headlines Dot.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Salon. So is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so. Allies are open in Los Angeles too. So I think it's really just the bay area. That's. Shut Down with that. Yeah maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities, which introduces bias into the Algorithm. The first collaboration will be with team gleason that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, in their case, systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind people who position the phone differently than cited people do Microsoft hopes to have its first release from this partnership, not only for its own products, but for other people to use sometime in late twenty, twenty one. and. This is cool. It's it's. There there are so many just from what you read. Tom. There's so many examples of course, of course. and and use machine learning for goods. In the sense you know for people who are like, Hey, this doesn't really work for me works for a lot of other people but doesn't really work for me and here's specifically why I need very different. Data points. It's awesome and Kudos to Microsoft and other companies who put research money into this. Folks. If you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe the daily tech headlines Dot.

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"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"I've been there before I could request a a regular stylists for lack of better if. I do that. Yes. But if I was just using and say, Hey, displaces close to me book me haircut they've got to know the whole lingo, the whole culture in order to know exactly what I want, how lineup so on and so forth. So yeah, it would need to be a little bit more expanded before I actually use it as simple as my hair looks. Now. Forget about Google Duplex. I want to know more about that. I know the lingo. Lingo behind it. We're also talking before the show started. Because I where I am hair hair salons are not open not legally they're not open. You can do something outside nail salons are doing the same but just not every facility has the the they don't have the room they. You know they're not set up for that. But in other parts of lists, the US it is open even California so. It's it to me. I was like this is a strange time to launch this feature because WHO's getting haircuts but I guess it depends on where you live in Georgia it's it's open. Del Salon tear slobs everything is even indoor wide open. Yeah. I mean yeah it's. It's yeah. It's it's. Busy. For except for you know depending on the location, they require I know like at my Nelson they require base mass, they take your temperature, and then once you come in, you get this piece of paper the person who's ever doing your services and they tracked pretty much whomever you see in what you get done. So if I go and get a pedicure, it's one person that does that they can do their name. Then when I go to get my nails done, my paper goes with me to whoever my no person is. So they have collect their own rudimentary like Khattak tracing program with n the. Nail Salon, and my hair salon, it's pretty much a boutique. Salon so is usually only prequel, but it was only usually one wanted two people in there at a time. So it's just now just one person in there at a time and is sanitized between each person you have to wear a mask and that type of thing. So other than that you know some places don't have those types of stringent rules. So is pretty much you know come in and go as business as usual, but we're in a different part of the country. In a different mindset where we are as opposed to a you guys are so. Allies are open in Los. Angeles too. So I think it's really just the bay area that's in the shutdown with that. Yeah, maybe so Microsoft is working with nonprofit partners to source data from people with disabilities to improve a I that could be used for accessibility. Most data has been collected by people without disabilities which introduces bias into the Algorithm. The first collaboration will be with team gleason that's a team that works to improve awareness of a LS. So for instance, and their case systems trained to recognize win, you're paying attention to his screen trained on abled people like me probably are going to have the right data to work with users who are using a puff and blow controller or a head strap or a ventilator, which has a different appearance for whether the person is looking or not project insight. Will collect face imagery of volunteers who have as to improve Microsoft's existing Algorithms Emberley be released free for others to develop as well. Other examples include systems trained by standing people those don't work so well for users in wheelchairs, and in fact, a project with City University London called object recognition for blind image training will collect data for image recognition algorithms entirely from blind.

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"university london" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

"This Saturday June. Six from ten am to two PM central time, and we also going to have the keynote speaker that event with us this evening, so the first event. Is focused on the pandemic threat. Of, a risk impacts associated with cove nineteen, and so of course whenever you talk about Global Risk in threats, you're GonNa talk about cybersecurity so I'm really excited to have these guests on with us this evening. If you want to register for the event, take a look and see the information online. It's Oh you dot Edu backslash price spec slash, Gret, S, for Global Risk Threats series. It's going be a great. It's going to be a great program I registered for the event. Myself and I'm definitely going to definitely gonNA tune in for the event. So. We're going to have three guests during our second segment of the show. After our first break, we're going to be super excited to have Chino in boat Lynn with us. So chairman is the CEO and president, of Paradis Partners, which is an analytics baseball concerning consulting firm. Focused on assisting companies in Cyber Security Resolution. Information Technology in digital marketing formerly. She was the vice president of IBM. Which is a multi? Billion Dollar Piano Organization as everybody knows. She was recruited to scale growth, and she has served in mobile chief marketing chief risk operational in board roles where technology is a key backbone across the consumer Internet Industrial Financial Services Energy and healthcare sectors. So, she formerly elected to six public and private boards. The she's been audited share. She's also has several risk leadership positions in several countries in the US Canada in Europe and she's recognized as one of the two thousand and nineteen top fifty board of directors in the US by the National Association of Corporate Directors currently serves as board of Director of Public Industrial and Consumer Company. and she's very well known and very well respected around the world in these these companies she's. Very good speaker, she's very. Recognized in the digital technology space, and that's why we're having her on today. She's one of the top one hundred CEO's in stem. As well as one of the most influential women in Silicon, valley which is very cool, he's also inducted into the hall of fame for women in technology, so a lot of Kudos, accolades here, folks very well respected. Through two thousand eighteen, she was a visiting professor in digital marketing technology includes ai data analytics cybersecurity at the joint. NBA Mba Program at Columbia University London School of Business University of Hong. Kong looked up his executive MBA. I strongly suggest you do so. If I was to go back, grab mine me two or three classes away from my MBA, l., but if I was. All over again and do something like this I would definitely choose this this program. is a lot of things attractive about this program. I love it especially because it's right here in new. York and it also works at the London. Business, school and university Hong Kong. She's very well known for thought leadership turning disruption. Opportunism assaulting financial results. She was invited to speak at various forums including the United. Nations British Chamber UBS in Dow Jones her doctorate is in computer based information systems in organizational change from the University of Houston So our third segment of the show, I'm very proud to have Dr Shad separate with us and Shad is the director of executive business programs in aerospace in defense at the University of Oklahoma. It's a star star-studded. Crew today folks so before joining the Ou gene ramble graduate school of business. Shad served as the Associate Dean for extended campus in assistant vice president for continuing education academic programs. He currently serves as the faculty advisor to the Ou Student Veterans Association. So Dr South weight is a colonel in the United States. Army reserves in served two tours in Afghanistan in support of operation, enduring, freedom two thousand, three, two, thousand four, and then again from two thousand eleven in two thousand twelve. He is assigned to the Army War College as a faculty instructor where he co teaches the defense planners course Dr Sethi has been named the Foundation for Defense for democracies academic fellow in. In the President's Distinguished Faculty mentoring program outstanding. Mentor, he also received you owe essays. Outstanding Faculty Award in his research focuses on political science public administration the media in voting behavior. Which of course we're going to talk to him about this evening because I talk a lot about cyber security in the elections. So this is very. You know this is very interesting to get his opinion on how this is playing out. He's got a PhD in political science. He's also got an MPA. He's got a masters in Strategic Studies from the US. Army War College is also has a be a political science or truly amazing American hero, and you're gonNA WANNA stick around for the entire show with us this evening. There's no cutting out early today. Trust me. So, our first guest we're GONNA. Kick off the show this evening. With none other than Thomas Fine. So Tom is a cyber growth leader with in Willis. Tower watsons Finnick cybersecurity practice in this role Tom. Advances the company's integrated approach cybersecurity aspects. Of of people, capital and technology risk, so tom previously worked as the chief strategy officer of our network security solutions. He also served as the senior cyber. Security Strategist in council with the Department of Homeland Security's national protection. Programs Directorate so while he was at dhs Tom. Led the agency. Cybersecurity Insurance Initiative in support of implementation of executive order, one, three, six, three six, improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity. So of course we're going to ask him about this and we didn't talk about cyber security insurance on the show for several different episodes. There's GonNa be really interesting to get his view someone who established that program in DHS when he was there, so. So do advance that effort. He created deitch cyber incident data and analysis, working group than private public engagement form that examine how a cyber incident data repository could help meet the information analysis requirements, the insurance industry and technical cybersecurity professionals, so tom previously served as the staff director counsel for the Subcommittee on intelligence information, sharing in terrorism risk assessment with the US. House Committee on Homeland Security. How cool is at here with US tonight? so He's a former general assistant, general counsel with the FBI in also served in private litigation practice. He's got his JD from the University of Minnesota Law School in a Ba from the University of Virginia. So I don't welcome our first tier one guests this evening. Former senior cybersecurity strategist with department, Homeland, security and current growth leader with Willis Towers Watson Fix Cyber Practice Mr Thomas Finding Tom. It's a pleasure to have you with US welcome to test seven radio. Hey thanks George thanks for having me today. Hey I want to talk a little bit about your experience over a d. h. s when you were cybersecurity strategies there and you took. An interest in cybersecurity insurance and I think you launched the initiative over there. What why has the federal? Government take. Taking, such interest in this cybersecurity assurance like what's the goal? What's the public policy here? Yes sure notes, so dhs has a fantastic mission. You know it's supposed to protect the nation's critical infrastructure from cyber and.

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"university london" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"university london" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Some men reportedly feel a CDC recommendation to stop the spread of covert nineteen is threatening their mask you Lindy this question mask apparently that's the case for many men according to a new study out of the mathematical sciences research institute in Berkeley at Middlesex university London in the UK men are more likely to report feeling negative emotions while wearing a face covering even though studies have shown that men appear to be more likely impacted by the virus in places like Spain Italy China and New York some men say wearing a mask makes them feel shameful not cool or shows a sign of weakness Jennifer Jones Lee KFI news for a map of all the current cases in southern California check out our website at KFI AM six forty dot com keyword cove it socal weather from K. if I look for a sunny and warmer Saturday afternoon seventies along the coast eighties inland cooler Sunday and even cooler Monday right now sixty two in Calabasas sixty three in Arcadia sixty two an early Soviet hello and sixty three degrees in the city of orange we lead local from KFI is twenty four hour news room I'm bill Stewart downtown LA on the one on one north and south between five and ten all lanes closed both directions of the overnight here you fifty five for the one ten instead in bell gardens on the seven north down from four to five three left lanes are closed until around noon and he's still a sixty seven the seven ten the family to left wing definition until Monday morning around five AM a little further along the sixty thirty through Ontario between Euclid and Archibald it's two right lanes closed until around four AM has jammed up starting round mountain Avenue K. applying this guy helps get you there faster I'm Robert Bucky attention homeowners the recently announced government stimulus program has dropped mortgage rates to near all time lows interactive mortgage our fifteen year fixed is a rock bottom two point five percent rate and APR and our thirty year fixed is just two point nine nine percent rate and APR that's right our fifteen year.

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"university london" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"university london" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Gift that keeps on giving beautiful shot the latest for Iran what could be kicking in said there's an S. T. A. N. seven ninety welcome back to the program with a woman here on the truth about money I was talking with you the beginning of the hour that big coin was named by four percent of those polled as their favorite investment I thought that was kind of crazy I mean I you know I talk with you a lot about the Corning crypto assets digital currencies and such that yeah I'm a I'm a fan but I also recognize it's highly speculative like a lottery ticket and it's only because of in studying this issue for the past eight or ten years that I've grown comfortable enough as a pure speculation and that doesn't mean something you ought to be doing if you're going to do it all first get lots of education second limit your investment to no more than one percent of your portfolio and third plan to lose everything you invest anyone evidence that take a look at the last month or so you might recall Facebook's announcement that they're going to issue their own crypto currency called libra the news was so exciting in the bitcoin community the big points price shot up about fifteen percent and then the negative commentary began Maxine waters the chair of the house financial services committee immediately demanded that Facebook stop developing the coin until she could hold hearings which they've now had more on that in a moment Jerome pal the chairman of the federal reserve said Lieber raises serious concerns regarding privacy money laundering consumer protection and financial stability treasury secretary Stephen new chin he called Facebook's idea a national security issue the SEC says it thinks we should be an ETF and regulated by the FCC president Donald Trump himself way then he said he's not a fan of crypto currencies saying they're not money their values are highly volatile based on thin air and he says the unregulated digital assets such as space books libra could quote facilitate unlawful behavior including drug trade and other illegal activity as a result of all this big points price fell about thirty percent in a week and so this is my point to you that when I look at the fact that four percent of people are calling the coin their preferred investment look I get it lottery tickets are fun but to say that that your preferred way of saving for your future please this isn't to say that the technology isn't real and going to stay I firmly believe that it will as well but the underlying technology is called the blockchain this is the technology that was invented to make big coin exist and major corporations around the world are developing blockchain technology to improve their businesses one piece of news I gave you last fall was bumble bay you know the to a company they announced last fall that they were going to begin using blockchain technology to track its products from the fishers all the way to the consumers tracking the data throughout the entire supply chain will bumble bee is now updated its news and they say quote we've had overwhelming positive feedback from retailers and consumers it has been a home run so yeah blockchain is fabulous here to stay it saves an awful lot of money from off a lot of companies that translates down to the consumer level raises a fundamental question where are you getting your investment advice where are you getting your financial planning strategies is it all on your own or are you getting the help of a financial adviser and does it make any difference I mean think about it if you've got a bunch of investments that you've provided are generated all by yourself either through your own research or just by flipping a coin however it is you've picked the investments that you own if you do it by yourself ask yourself this question if you went to a financial adviser with the adviser recommend different investments and in the end how different really would they be what it matter what the what the differences be all that material well here's one answer to a question a study done by economists at king's college in London and London's city university they found when they compared the portfolios of investors who do it on their own verses investors who work with a financial adviser the question is this which of those portfolios the one you gave yourself verses the one you got from an adviser which one has more cash in it and the study showed that investors have more of their money in cash when they're managing their own investments this is an incredibly in portent distinction I'm not even going to go into the issues of which mutual funds did you pack as opposed to the mutual funds we would recommend for you I'm not even gonna go there I'm just going to talk about the asset allocation itself if you have two or three or four times as much of your money in cash as I would recommend your portfolio over long periods is going to under perform my portfolio it's as simple as that why because cash is a poor performing asset class in fact it's rate of return is about zero that's the whole point of cash it's money in your pockets not earning any interest is not generating any dividends there's no growth and value a dollar's always a dollar in fact when we factor in inflation a dollar's worth less than a dollar a year from now so the more cash you keep the less money you have working for you with the potential to grow in value and we discover that when people are managing their money on their own our experience matches that of the study done by the economist at king's college in the city university London that investors all left to their own devices keep too much money in cash why because Hey you're not a professional this you don't have the training to understand the impact of this and second you're emotionally involved you're fearful about investing more of your money you're afraid you're going to invest it today the market's gonna crash tomorrow as a financial adviser we know we don't have to worry about those two concerns very much for the following reasons number one if you look at all the historic data we can see that over long periods every major asset class and market sector outperforms cash the purpose of cash is to provide liquidity ready access to money should you needed for non investment purposes not because you're afraid of losing money now I have to stress past performance is no guarantee of future results any assertion the country is a federal offense I don't know what's gonna happen in the next one three five years but give me ten years give me fifteen twenty years I'm pretty darn confident that asset classes will be higher in value in the future than they are today so there's no reason to have a whole bunch of money in cash out of a fear that will be the case number two I'm not saying to invest all the money today into the stock market I agree with you with your dumb luck the market crash the day after you do that no but go ahead and put the money in over a period of time put ten percent of that in this month ten percent of it next month ten percent a month after that over a period of ten months you'll have the money fully invested in if the market fluctuates during that time you'll get the average cost of the investment as you're investing slowly over time because if you put in ten percent of your money today the market crashes tomorrow the money you put it after that will be in at the new lower price the post crash price would be great if you invest of all of your money in twenty ten instead of twenty oh seven that's the point so dollar cost average invest the money slowly over time rather than in one lump sum and finally third I'm not telling you to put all the money in the stock market at all not only don't put it all aside market all at once don't put it all into the stock market put some of it in the stock market put a lot of it in other asset classes bonds government securities real estate gold and precious metals commodities natural resources minerals foreign securities there are sixteen eighteen major asset classes and market sectors you should own a little bit of all of them the diversification invested over time will dramatically reduce the risk that you do the wrong thing at the wrong time so make sense if you don't know how to do this yourself if you don't want to take the time.

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"university london" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"university london" Discussed on KCRW

"Gail Anderson, hills tours here with the full hundred sixty Americans buried from the fast boat will forty one of the Murrah on nine's most of the US servicemembers honored here. Died of illness injuries suffered fighting on the continent. Or in the surrounding waters after you boats on their ships. Anderson reads a name on a marble cross Wayne. It's more second lieutenants, RAF, British army. He was an American within the American Omay. He wants it's fly say he then attached to the British RAF Moore was among were than two million Americans who served in Europe, during World War, One does, just say to everybody, the actual Drenthe relationship between the two countries ninety five percent of the attendance on Memorial Day, and Veterans Day action, a British, and they will come here and they remember the Americans, and they fit on a be positive. Those times were. Admitted fighting the Nazis in World War Two. When inspired Winston Churchill to coined the term the special relationship a connection, so close at times. The British Prime Minister Tony Blair was able to joke in the US house of representatives about earlier wars when the two nations battled each other. Frist was kind enough to show me the place where in eighteen fourteen the producer the congress library. I know this is kind of late, but sorry. But there hasn't been a lot of laughs in recent years. It has been a very challenging time in the special relationship Lukens is the former deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in London. He says Brexit is consumed so much political energy that the UK hasn't been able to focus much on issues of shared interest, and Trump's policy choices such as pulling out of the Paris, climate accord, and the Iran nuclear deal. A frustrated the British Lucan says the president's blunt style has also taken a toll. He has definitely insulted and, and lashed out in ways that have been sort of gratuitously insulting, and that having accomplished, any foreign policy objective, but have soured, I think the, the sense of friendship and of the special relationship that we've always had President Trump has publicly criticized Prime Minister Theresa may for not taking his advice on how to negotiate Britain's departure from the U over the weekend. Trump further inserted himself into British politics by praising former foreign secretary. Boris Johnson as an excellent choice to replace may who's stepping down. Lukens the retired American diplomat says you can't fficials are placing their hopes in the American voter. My senses at British officials are trying to struggle it off. And I think hoping for twenty twenty four change in ministration, but Robert sing a professor of politics at Birkbeck university. London says Trump isn't the only problem in the special relationship. I think is on the roads in many respects sing points out that many differences between the countries predate President Trump fee. Look over the last ten years have been a series of small, but significant disputes between London Washington over things like Guantanamo of Iran and how strongly to push sanctions, they've been all sorts of problems of issues of extradition of capital punishment. And many British are still angry about the decision of the United Kingdom to join the two thousand and three war against Iraq, Iraq, really weakened the willingness. Of the British public to be there almost unconditionally to wage war with the United States and seeing says if relations continued to decline both nations will suffer few countries can provide the US political diplomatic and intelligence sharing support. The UK has ever in the United Kingdom. There's no better partner than America to amplify British power.

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"university london" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"university london" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Those times were cemented fighting the Nazis in World War Two when inspired Winston. Churchill to coined the term special relationship a connection, so close at times. The British Prime Minister Tony Blair was able to joke in the US house of representatives about earlier wars when the two nations battled each other. Way down. His Frist was kind enough to show me the, the five place where eighteen fourteen the British the congress library. I know this is kind of late, but sorry. But there hasn't been a lot of laughs in recent years. It has been a very challenging time in the special relationship Lukens is the former deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in London. He says Brexit is consumed so much political energy that the UK hasn't been able to focus much on issues of shared interest, and Trump's policy choices such as pulling out of the Paris, climate accord, and the Iran nuclear deal. A frustrated, the British Lucas says the president's blunt style has also taken a toll. He has definitely insulted and, and lashed out in ways that have been sort of gratuitously insulting, and it hasn't accomplished any farm policy objective, but have soured, I think, the, the sense of friendship and of the special relationship that we've always had President Trump is publicly criticized Prime Minister Theresa may for not taking his advice on how to negotiate Britain's departure from the U over the weekend. Trump further inserted himself into British politics by praising former foreign secretary. Boris Johnson as an excellent choice to replace may who's stepping down. Lukens the retired American diplomat says you can't fficials are placing their hopes in the American voter. My senses at verge officials are trying to trust it off. And I think hoping for twenty twenty four change in ministration, but Robert sing a professor of politics at Birkbeck university. London says Trump isn't the only problem in the special relationship, I think, is on the Roques in many respects sing points out that many differences between the countries predate, President Trump over the last ten years have been a series of small significant disputes between London Washington over things like one tonne amo- over Iran and how strongly push sanctions, they've been also the problems of issues of extradition Daiva capital punishment. And many British are still angry about the decision of the United Kingdom to join the two thousand and three war against Iraq, Iraq, really weakened the willingness. Of the British public to be there almost unconditionally to wage war with the United States and sing says if relations continued to decline both nations will suffer few countries can provide the US political diplomatic and intelligence, sharing support the UK has ever the United Kingdom. There's no better partner than America to amplify British power on the world stage. Frank Langfitt, NPR news record England. This is NPR news. Good morning, the time is four nineteen and coming up on morning edition, storytelling has a place in healing. Dozens of VA hospitals are using patient. Biographies to have doctors and nurses, better care for their patients. And we'll have that story coming up next on morning edition. But first of quick check and I report of what's going on with their freeways here with Ted Anthony. Good morning to you to the Ottoman pass. We go some sort of debris reported in the right.

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"university london" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"university london" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Behrman of Queen Mary university London and professor Faye darker of Imperial College loan than to create a video installation time tries all things earlier Monaco stone ho headed down to the gallery. The institute of physics to speak to grace and learn a bit more. But first, here's a short excerpt of the new work. You'll history accumulates more past events. So you're different now than you were half an hour ago because more has happened. We experienced time passing. And it's probably the most basic aspect of our perception, this temporarity of our experience speed of light is not really about something moving. His almost the opposite. It's about how the causal structure space changes from future and past. My mother said Pani when I was seven I nine times only happy when I was drawing. So as always going to be an artist my father was an artist. I was always drawing was always going to be an artist, but physics and maths for my two other favorite subjects at school. And the great divide happens. It happens to everybody. And I think that that's sort of shame to a certain extent. I think it took me a long time to come back to my interest in physics and that came about from making films times intrinsic filmmaking. So the more I worked in film and photography and those mediums which incorporate time the more I wanted to understand time better. That's what led me back to his first to ask them about the nature time to understand it. I think I'm kind of interested in the elementary. I'm interested in the kind of for me. It's how do I begin to talk about really anything without understanding the medium in which I am working? So even if that's time and space the time space in language. So I'm all the time going back to the elementary if you will on to try and invest. Gate before it of go forward. I wanted to actually talk about the timing of the piece itself is thirty minutes long. There's poses in there, which I can't imagine accidental. And I just wonder whether you aware of making the viewer think about time passing itself as the film progresses. Yes. Absolutely. I mean, what interests me about film is that the way it maps the kind of past never recorded event onto the presence of Ewing. And that kind of mapping of one time to another time that really interests me by film. That's why like film, I think about film is kind of sculpting in time which Tarkovsky described it as and I do think phone is it's like carving here carving as a kind of space time continuum for people to view. I mean, it was serendipitous that it was half an hour long, particularly because Fe actually at the end of her piece says you're different now than you were half an hour ago because Moore's happened, but that was actually just stroke of luck. I asked the editor the what how long has it. I didn't know it was twenty five minutes or thirty six minutes. And it was thirty minutes. Physics itself. It can be a little bit abstract. What's a really simple idea that can make the everyday listener rethink their sense of time a little bit since time is like a river. Sometimes it's Berlet and slow sometimes it's narrow and fast rivulets can break off from from it and reconnect by which allows for concepts of time travel. I think I was like that one here at the institute of physics the gallery at the institute of physics, which is probably two words that people would not throw together immediately. When thinking of physics, tell us about the space ruin for a second while I think the institutes were interested in bringing other disciplines to come into dialogue with the feel of physics. So there were moving to this new building and they deliberately kept this huge space to be a gallery for different events and shows and performances in different things take place. So I think it was to do public engagement. I think the public are very interested in ideas of physics, and it was to kind of allow for that. And the work that you've got in the gallery. Space time tries all things took us through that title. What you alluding to with that work, and we'll title comes from a proverb, which says time, try the trough. And it was a problem that I found written on a stone plaque Quemoy university..

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