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"verily" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"verily" Discussed on WTOP

"Morning to you Welcome in I'm dean lane Among the top stories we're following for you local stories as we ride into this day together WTO has learned this morning and influential congressional Democrat has Verily decided now who he is endorsing in the Maryland governor's race Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill House majority leader steny Hoyer says his candidate to succeed Republican governor Larry Hogan is Democrat westmore in a statement Hoyer says more stands out among the candidates for his vision and experience in the military as well as the CEO of a nonprofit and for giving back to the community The crowded democratic field of ten candidates has many well-known names including state controller Peter franchot and former Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez On the Republican side four candidates are seeking the GOP nomination primary day is July 19th On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO Appeals upholding the decision to disqualify councilman Kenyan mcduffie in the D.C. attorney general's race but mcduffie is apparently not giving up yet Kenyan mcduffie's campaign wasted no time Shortly after the three judge panel's decision against him mcduffie filed for an emergency stay of the ruling and a hearing before the full Court of Appeals The panel agreed with the board of elections decision that mcduffie has not been actively engaged in the practice of law as required by D.C. statute AG candidate Bruce spiva first raised the challenge to mcduffie's candidacy We believed all along that this law was clear and I'm gratified that the court as well as the board of elections agreed with us 5 of says despite having a law degree mcduffie doesn't have the experience to be attorney general It really requires somebody who can meet more than the minimum requirements Sarah Jacobs news All four D.C. attorney general candidates including mcduffie took part last night in a candidate's forum At one O 5 Had you seen man accused of killing the mother of his child appears before a judge doing so on Thursday this week double DT will please Mike Murillo tells us the baby in this case is still missing this morning He's charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of ladonia Boggs on Wednesday and a judge has ordered the Carl Jones remain behind bars Prosecutors believe that Jones stab Boggs trying to clean up the crime scene then call 9-1-1 and hung up Surveillance photos they say also show him with a knife and discarding bloodstained carpet in a dumpster Hours before her death Jones told police that he and Boggs took PCP together then they argued and he handed her a knife but he didn't kill her only saying he left and came back to find her staff Jones and Boggs had a child together cion Jones who Boggs admitted to accidentally killing last year though the boy's body was never found Jones admitted to detectives he was angry about that and reportedly said that if he had killed her would he be wrong in doing that Mike Morello WTO news One O 6 for ID morning a former fraternity member has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor hazing in connection with the deaths of Virginia Commonwealth student Adam oakes Now the Richmond times patch reports this week that Christian Warwick accepted the plea agreement this week he'll serve 12 months.

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"verily" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"verily" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Sydney and Joseph are going on a mission, a church was poor people were sick. And so the lord spoke to Sydney and Joseph and Verily thus if the lord and to you, my friend Sidney and Joseph, I put my there, my name dawn. Your family are well and they are in my hands and I will do with them as seen with me good for me there is all power, and then he tells him we're seeing what you have to do to get the blessing behold I have much people in their places reaching around about are for me it was an Argentina. I worked hard I was a diligent missionary, perfect null, but while I was on my mission, my dad came back to you in the church because he had a great stake president that loved him. You know, this principle of love permeates everything, you know, God said it's the first commandment in the second is like a lord like God and then the second is like until it literally your neighbors yourself. Everybody needs to be loved. Yeah. Sometimes we have this list of we call do not contact. God does not have good enough context. And I don't I've never found anybody. They give me all the people that nobody wants to see. But I've never found anybody who just needs to be loved. Yeah. And once they know you love them, then the changes but sometimes we go visit them, and then they tell us not to come back and what do we do? We go away. So what does it tell them? I was an assignment. He didn't come because he loved me. I'm not even sure he came because he loved God's Aisha. And so I found I could tell you I'm teaching story after home teaching story. A miracle that happened because I have only had a gun pulled on me once there..

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"verily" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

07:34 min | 5 months ago

"verily" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"The clay season. Kim today is the 7th of February and we are here to catch up on the week in tennis at passing shot headquarters, especially backed by our crowdfunders pat low and John Dyson. After the dramatic events of the Australian open Kim, I'm glad to say we've only really got three tennis events to catch up from last week. No WTA tennis. We've got three, ATP two 50s and I think for the first time in a long time, I can just have a little bit of a breather. Yeah, after that dramatic final day of the Australian open, it's been quite a chilled week tennis wise. I've just been kind of reveling in the AO to be honest, rather than avidly following Pune or Montpelier. I mean, as a rapha fan, are you still on? Are you still on cloud 9? I'm on cloud 21, Joel. Yeah, the sensations have not diminished, still very much enjoying the fact that he won been watching it back and just reveling in it. I was just bought an incredible match. It's hard to forget and yeah, it's going to take longer than a week for that to pass, but we have had tennis this week. It does keep going on. But before we get on to that, we do have just a little, well, request, I suppose, for our listeners. We have had some news. We've been holding back on it. We were thinking about when is the right time to talk about this? And we've decided it is post Australian open. And it's some exciting news on our part. We have been nominated in the best tennis podcast category at the sports podcast awards. It's their first year. It's the normal awards and we are up and we made the short list in the best tennis category. And now what we would like to ask our listeners is to vote for us. If you could vote for us on the website, just type in sports podcast awards, into Google, I'm sure it will come up. We will also put a link in the description voting is open now. It's open until the beginning of March. So if you really want to kind of help the show out, it would amazing if you could if you could register and vote for us. There's lots of familiar sounding tennis podcasts in that category. So if you could vote for us, that would be great. The website link is WWW sports podcast awards dot com slash AUT H slash register. So you can go on that link as I said, we'll put that link in the description, but yeah, some really exciting news for us and be really amazing if you could go on and vote for us. Yeah, thank you. In advance to anyone, he does that really would appreciate it and yeah, we'll see. It's just a pleasure to be nominated, but yeah, we'd love to go further, so thank you in advance. And let's get older to you today's show Joel because we have had three ATP events. No WTA action on the main tour going on in the past week. So it's quite male focused today, but let's start in France in Montpellier at the indoor hardcourt event there. And yeah, a battle of the Sasha's in the final was what we got. Sascha zverev and Sasha by blik and well, it was public that came out on top much to people's surprise, I suppose. 6 four, 6 three straight sets over zverev to get his first tour title. I think it's as if final and he's finally gone and done it. I know it was very impressive victory. I think that was his first top 5 win as well. It was very business like 70 minutes. I thought, you know, he's very severe of in Montpelier. He took a wild card, I think, and, you know, he looked in pretty good form going into the final. I don't think he only had one set, I think, go to a tie break. He absolutely dismantled mannarino en route. Kim, I don't understand how does rapha go into a really thrilling tie break with mannarino at the Australian open, but zverev could just bat him away 6 one 6 love. That was the question that was on my mind. But yeah, I mean, in the final was, I think he just really, really wanted it. This is his 5th final. Very awkward opponent I feel because you just never know what he's going to do next. He can play some really great tennis, you know, very, very, very eye catching, entertaining tennis player, but at the same time, you can also play some awful tennis. You just felt against Verily. He was really going to have to bring his a game in order to trouble him and come away with the title. And that's what he did. And I think what was so impressive in his victory, he was able to mix it up, I think, particularly with his drop shot bringing zverev to the net. I think he senses wasn't particularly comfortable, particularly with the high ball. There are a few, I think, smashes that I went into the net or weren't completely ruthless that I think got on top of and ultimately I think it helped him win the match and yeah, I think this is very if you'll be disappointed coming in as the top scene. I think you would have expected given the way he sort of dismantled his opponents going into the final. He probably would have expected to maybe have done the same thing against someone like Alexander public. Maybe he underestimated him, although he shouldn't have done because actually has never lost his vero. He was too an O now on their head to head, he beat him in Rotterdam last season. So obviously like a bit of an indoor hardcore against vero. But yeah, he was just very solid all around served really well. Like he said, mixed it up a bit. And he's now ticked off first title on the list and we don't have to talk about him within the same breath as Felix auxilia see. No, no, Felix will be like, not another one that's gone on it. When will it be my turn? Yeah, I mean, weird results as well, like you said about mannarino getting obliterated by his vero. We also saw Gael Monfils who had a great Australian open, getting dismantled by Mikhail email as well in the second round. So I guess I'm thinking this is a bit of fatigue. They've kind of just got back from Australia going straight into this tournament. It's probably a bit too much, but I guess it's their home event in France that they want to play it in front of the home fans, but perhaps not the wisest decision tennis wise. Yeah, I think Daniel Medvedev, I think was meant to play Rotterdam, but he I think dropped out because of fatigue, but it looks like some of those players who just decided to play anyway. Yeah, there was some really kind of surprising results on the show. But yeah, you're talking about getting to the semifinals as well really, really good result from him. And his brother as well Elias also got to the semifinals in Pune. So great result for those two. But yeah, I think great result for public winning his title getting that the monkey off his back. I mean, he had a good season, last year. You know, I think he reached 35 victories, which was a personal best for him back in 2021 and again. He started this year very strongly. He is now 7 and two in 2022..

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"verily" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"verily" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"He has to put on a double set of gloves and sprays his yard with mosquito repellent and weed killer to keep neck high grasses from invading his property Like this day Jackson knows the marsh hops absorb blood water But at least maintain it because they just let it go wild and hormone is going to be a wedding The Marcello salters creep isn't the only byproduct of home biots in this neighborhood The city's also turning other flood prone properties into vacant lots Did you make in this place A ghost town A fair It's not a happy neighborhood like houses and nearest angles over here Verily Dickens and are sent Derek have been here for almost 5 decades They agree this area is a flooding problem but they wonder Would these lots be vegan if the community was mostly white I understand that they're upset Kathy engel oversees the pilots for Newport News She says race has nothing to do with it And just as a city will never rebuild on those properties Engels as most of the nearly 80 buyout citywide are in the salters creek community because flooding is worse there and a lot of homeowners want them So we're trying to help people is it changing the neighborhood Yes That change is part of what makes buyouts a flood prone homes so tricky because even though they move some families out of harm's way climate adaptation experts warn Buyouts can erode the social fabric of neighborhoods Whether that's culture heritage health jobs livelihoods Catherine mock at the university of Miami says people staying behind can resent biopsy unfair Mistrust the process And they can lose access to things like a carpool and child care from neighbors Studies show this has happened in other places with odds including in New York Texas North Carolina Max is one way to avoid all this make the process transparent Consider everyone's ideas Like what to do with that new vacant land As climate hazards intensify it becomes even more important to have a community driven vision of how they would like to manage that change Cathy angle with Newport News acknowledges the city hasn't done a good enough job communicating with the salty street community She says they're planning an outreach campaign to explain the program and ask more people if they.

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"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

The Readout Loud

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

"But what do you think we can learn. Post pandemic about how we think about the development of and the distribution of diagnostics at large Or what do you hope. People will have learned from this experience as we move forward. Yeah i think if we were to sit down and write the after action report in a few years when hopefully the these waves of covert or behind us. I think one of one of the big lessons to be learned is that the guidances that public health authorities put out. You know just just were. It felt like they were chasing their tail. Each time and and diagnostics is the perfect example of that damien. In in the sense that we have public health authorities here in the us that are very science driven. I'd say we have a. Cdc that is a very academic cdc and not a real world cdc and that really just when you look at how. They've handled all the questions about testing whether it's pcr testing rapid antigen testing point of care. Testing i think the guidances around that have been slow and if you look some some pure venture capitalists of mine like bill gurley who's a tech investor but a really smart guy. He also points out the fact that they have sixty plus approved vendors for rapid antigen otc testing in germany for instance Versus are three or four. And so why is that from a regulatory and fda perspective that we have run it so much tighter under an e u way sort of setup you know it seems like the bar is high we need actual clinical studies run for our us for diagnostic tests here versus. I think what other countries are doing which is more sort of basic sort of equivalence type studies for their rapid antigen. so there's a whole slew of things. We're going to look back at. I the question. I have though damian is are we actually gonna take time to look back at these things or we just going to plow forward and And just you know unfortunately wait for the next pandemic tacoma net is the thought that terrifies me. Out of all of this. I have to do it. your wording. That bill early is tech investor. But a really smart guy. You as we're talking about all of this. I should know you know. We're recording this thursday morning ahead of the release of the podcast thursday afternoon and my colleague at nbc news. Heidi principle just tweeted some reporting that in president biden speech Thursday night on. Kobe efforts it's apparently going to include a call for all schools to set up regular testing. But i think the problem is going to be as you just pointed out john in. Dc how do they get access to these tests yesterday. Ten billion dollars allocated to school testing in the american rescue plan. But we did some reporting on this a couple of weeks ago and schools have all different ways of thinking about this and yes. They're cdc guidance. But as you said how do they get access to these rapid tests. How much optimism do you have that like in your school system. That's going to make a difference. Look i i have optimism that if we put our shoulder into it we can do it. But i have pessimism that it's going to impact the fall so even if the federal government puts his shoulder into it we have had a last mile appropriation problem. Lots of money has been given towards things testing and yet it hasn't actually been dispersed down to the states and school boards and counties. So it's a it's multipronged. I'm i'm glad if the president's announces something that's sweeping around testing that's better than ought been needling. People in the white house with my tweets over the last few weeks. Where is your plan on testing. I'm very pessimistic. That that's going to impact this fall. Where cases are still really high and big swath of the country. And it's when we need it now. You have a school age children. I was running if you if you wouldn't mind like sharing. What are you doing with your family with regards to testing yes so we have covert protocol in her house. We there's four of us in the household including myself were awfully vaccines to teenagers. And my one goal has been normalcy. This fall stay in school. Be able to socialize with your friends. Outside and part of that plan for us is to test ourselves so everybody in the family gets tested at breakfast tuesday morning and friday morning as long. School is in session. So twice a week rapid antigen testing at the breakfast counter. And they also do it if they go see their friends. And i will give rapid antigen test to all their friends. Everyone tests before they go have an outside meal at a restaurant so we're really trying to run that protocol safe with the goal being. We don't wanna be the house that extends the chain of transmission a secondary goal atom of avoiding long cove. Where we still don't know that long cove in fully vaccinated people what the consequences are whether it exists or not. How severe it is. There's a lot to learn there. But for now i sort of practice universal precaution we've got. We've got a pretty oriented house to running tests themselves. Which is which is great. And that's a pretty expensive family plan it is and we're fortunate to be able to afford it if we can find those tests and do them. Giant bulk amounts from like walmart or something. I don't because i don't like the idea of holding these tests some ordering like five five once a week and but it's gotten really hard like you know. Cvs and walgreens or entirely sold out. there's ebay sellers but they're charging two x markup and walmart occasionally has some supply so i found some supply last night so i ordered ahead for two weeks from now two weeks in advance. Basically what we need for the week but at some point. I'm afraid we're not gonna be able to order them. Because i think the supplies becoming more scarce. I fear john. Thanks for joining us. Great thank you guys..

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"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

The Readout Loud

06:21 min | 10 months ago

"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

"Was this narrative that tech people simply didn't understand the complexity of biology and we're doomed in this space. And i wondered like in that context. What's at stake with fairly success. Like our other people in health tech looking at the company as sort of bellwether for for the whole sector and it being taken more seriously. There are a lot of questions being asked right now. And they're always have been about whether or not tech is kind of too arrogant to iterating on some of the hardest problems facing biology. And i think that that narrative is useful insofar as it can answer more specific questions and right. Now it's kind of. It's kind of an easy thing to say. It's a phrase that a lot of people throw at this industry. Yes people are watching the development of this company. Which as i said before has two point five billion dollars As a sort of bellwether for for the space but But we have seen some change. Come from from the intersection of tuck and healthcare. And i think in the future. I mean i was just reading this Story by lisa's to win Over at the other day that was basically like should we retire the term digital health. Just call it health. And i think that's so apropos. Because healthcare is quickly just becoming an industry where it is at its essence both a product of technology and a product of of medical and biological innovations. One of the things. I thought was Read a lot of insight in your story was you and casey talked with former employees who Basically talked about feeling like they really couldn't focus on completing on things that they were working on and painted this picture of a company with a lot of irons in the fire or a lot of irons in different fires. Whatever way you want to take that metaphor Do you think there is hope or an expectation that that's going to change with. Some of these new hires that you wrote about like amy abernathy from the fda and just mentioned her. Because i know her part and parcel of this big push to commercialize also streamlining so. It's taking this really wide ranging list of moonshot of science projects of ambitious endeavors like the tri quarter for example and turning them into work a really workable solutions. And i do yeah. I talked to a handful of people. Many of whom mentioned this problem with just getting too overwhelming projects to really focus on any. And i think these days any of us can relate to that i have currently about twelve tabs open on my desktop and focusing on one of them at a time is very very difficult. So these these the top talent folks that you were talking about amy abernethy. Stephen gila a few others. Were brought on to try and streamline because that hasn't really happened fairly in the past there have been other efforts Right before This whole trump ordeal and the and the cova testing initiative. I was hearing that. There was a big push inside the company to try and just streamline its management to say to give people a clear list of priorities and tasks and one of the hardest things that i was hearing that they were struggling with was just saying no to projects was just killing projects when they clearly weren't going anywhere and so that's what i'm going to be watching to see if they can do but Yeah i mean tie stakes aaron. Thanks for joining us. Things for having me inspiration for podcasting topics comes from many places including multi tweet rants on twitter. I guess where else would you find a multi. Tweet rant one. Such thread posted wednesday caught our i. It was from healthcare investor bijon sal. He's a day logged onto twitter voices frustration with the current state of rapid cova testing here in the us and we got to the point with the first tweet in his thread writing quote the availability pricing and acceptance of home rapid adjutant tests sucks in the us. We all know that. But why is this. And by rapid antigen tests. He's referring to you the simple test kits that anyone can buy and use to determine if they've been infected with sars kobe to these tests deliver results in about fifteen minutes but as the us struggles with the delta wave of cova cases while trying to return kids to school and adults to work rapid cova testing seems to be forgotten or neglected. Part of the solution so bijon. Welcome to the podcast. Great to be here meg. So explain to is from your perspective. What is going on with rabbit coca testing here in the us. Or maybe what's not happening. Well certainly what's not happening is. There's just not enough availability whether it's online whether it's in actual stores. I know many many people like myself who go to cvs or walgreens and can't find them and it's a real challenge of school get started right now when this is the time when we all thought these tests would be available and i think it's probably many reasons why this is. What is we only have two or three approved vendors in the us for these rapid antigen tests versus european countries that have in some cases dozens of approved vendors by their health regulators. So that's a real head scratcher from my perspective and probably one of the root causes us to the lack of availability. China had the same experience a couple of weeks ago. Add come back from a trip. And i saw her feeling a little bad and so i thought oh my god kobe tonight. You know i. I went to get a rapid test. And i had to go to like four. Cvs's to find I guess i found the abbott test and you know it was expensive. It was like twenty thirty bucks for two tests. And then i've seen on twitter. Not and i've heard in europe by contrast like you know these tests are everywhere right. There like ubiquitous I know there was somebody who tweeted a photo of a a a supermarket in amsterdam where there was this big been of the same kind of rapid kobe tests. They were like you know the equivalent of like four or five. Us dollars it's shocking. And i've seen those photos from germany and other countries in europe and I think the government's there might be subsidizing. And i think that's actually what we need. You know. I went back and looked up the american rescue plan. We had forty eight billion dollars that us tax payer allocated towards improving testing. Now i don't know how that's been dispersed but i can tell you speaking from my small sample set of schools here in the d. c. area where i live. Those schools have no access to rapid engine. Testing forget subsidize just access and certainly the prices were paying if we.

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"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

The Readout Loud

07:02 min | 10 months ago

"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

"More like an academic medical center than a tech company. But after six years of some promising research. A few missed deadlines and a little organizational. Strife fairly is bearing down to produce actual products that actual people will actually use stats. Aaron bronwyn and casey ross reported an inside look at earlier this week and air joins us now to talk about it aaron. Welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for having me so earned for starters. What is fairly you know is it. Is it a tech. Company is a private research institution or a silicon valley vanity project. That is a great question atom it started. As a moonshot project known as google x. wherein at got essentially an unlimited budget and access to all of alphabets Alphabets resources to say. Hey you know. Here's some of the world's biggest science problems let's essentially throw the kitchen sink them and its first study was baseline which it launched with the aim of. I think it said at the time and this was back in two thousand fourteen creating a full picture of healthy human and so their aim was to collect reams and reams of genetic and molecular data. Base line is still ongoing. And it's also become sort of an amorphous word for a bunch of different initiatives fairly from. Its kobe testing initiative. I don't know if you recall but president trump Infamously made this rose garden speech. Where he talked about google's big testing initiative that was actually fairly to Clinical trials platform for study sponsors and advocates and To bring it back to this story. I mean the reason we wrote it is because biz because verily is facing a pressure test right now to to commercialize to prove that it can pull from its roots as a moonshot pull from its laundry list of science projects pull from its talent and the two point five billion dollars. It's raise and turn out. What is really a shortlist of market. Ready transformative medical products. So is your story. It's it's been kind of a long journey to this new focus on on creating products that would have customers. What's coming in the near term. Like like How will this actually play out. And how will we know whether they're succeeding in this kind of growing up initiative so right before this big push to commercialize the company was as i said. Essentially moon shotting is a. Is that a verb. Let's make it is one now. it was publishing papers. It was trying a bunch of ambitious things Trying to eradicate mosquitoes with this project called de bug. It was trying to make an easy to use miniature. Continuous glucose monitor for people with diabetes. And so near term with the company is really focused on when we talk with their executives. They basically said they're looking at three core products. They're looking at duo. Which is their initiative for people with diabetes. It's like a digital platform if you've so just you know giving them tips on what what meals to e went exercise Connects them with coaches and clinicians. That's essentially what fairly on do. Oh does its its second. Core product is this initiative called tara which is just a cloud base research platform for academic researchers and then It's third the third prong of that of that kind of stool that they're looking at is baseline. Which as i mentioned sense turned into this kind of Larger umbrella term for a bunch of different initiatives that it's doing but the the core one here is it's clinical trials platform so it's basically a platform that it's going to advertise to study sponsors advocates. And say you know. Here's here's a list of rough and ready tools that you can apply to your clinical trial. it's a way of trying to Allow more clinical trials to happen in a virtual is kind of setting one example of this that is not a clinical trial but is a study is the you know you may recall the apple watch steady all virtual Basically everybody did everything via telehealth and baseline is aiming to do more trials. More cities like that in a clinical trial setting so higher caliber lot harder to do. No-one's proved it can be done yet but baseline wants to do it. So why is now this sort of moment of truth for fairly when all of this pressure to deliver on the billions of dollars of investment. That's gone into. It is suddenly coming to ahead. Basically what we're seeing is. There's there's a push right now to commercialize. Because they've had six years they've had their time as a moonshot. They've had their time taking spaghetti at the wall. Approach and this is the moment to shine. Essentially they've they've hired all this top talent. They've hired people like amy abernethy who is at the fda and you know really started flat iron really made flattering into the company. That is today. They've hired stephen gillet who was formerly at starbucks In his now their cfo they really created a brand new c. suite here so it is time to you know. Put rubber to road and show that that these all of these spaghetti at the wall initiatives can be called essentially into a list of of market. Ready roddick's aaron. How important is it or maybe not at all or fairly to develop a successful tech hardware device type product versus something. That's kind of software or a. I mean i know. One of their one of their early initiatives was to try quarter Some kind of health detection device. And i'm a star trek fans. Aren't that those kind of cool and it never. It never materialized but they need something like that. Do they need some kind of like. Gee whiz tech device to to kind of be successful i would say yes definitively yes. Fellow trekkie over here also watched the development of that try quarter. Unfortunately that product has been shut down along with. It's very ambitious glucose detecting contact lens. Do you remember that one. I do remember that one. Yeah yeah so A lot of it's a lot of. It's you know. Hardware initiatives have floundered. Unfortunately but i would say that. It's very very critical. Perhaps for that very reason that they show that they can create a hardware device. That is not only transformative medical tool but can drive prophet and one example of a device that they've long been working on is high profile and would be really useful to plug and play with their on. Duo digital diabetes solution is the miniature continuous glucose monitor. They've been that they've been working on with decks calm. There jam would essentially be a miniature very easy to use one in a presentation at j. p. morgan last year Andy conrad fairly. Ceo said that it would be ready by the end of the year. It's not here yet. Were still waiting but he also said it might have odometer in. There might have some other really cool. Tech so yeah. I think we're all watching waiting to see them. Bring that product to the market. But as i said it is not here yet will kind of on that topic like going back to around twenty sixteen when at least externally it seemed like verily was was kind of sputtering and maybe there was a lot going on in their lacking some direction..

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"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

The Readout Loud

08:27 min | 10 months ago

"verily" Discussed on The Readout Loud

"So starting off by ticking. The box of discussing agile helm on this podcast. With all of the months of controversy consternation and the launching of investigations as to how this drug got approved. I think a lot of us were curious about will. Is anybody gonna be prescribing and administering this deeply controversial treatment for alzheimer's disease manufactured by biogen thursday morning biogen was interviewed or biden. Ceo michelle vanessa's rather appeared. At the morgan stanley. Healthcare conference to give us an update on the commercial uptake. and adam. what was the tone of that. Yeah you know from prior comment said bigest made. I mean we know that the launch is is been slow and i think what was interesting. Today was the coming. Probably provided more details. Chew the public to us about the extent of the slowness of the head. You home launch. And you know how it's really going at. Not as well as the company had hoped not as well as they anticipated. And certainly not as well as you know Investors had hoped it would be yes. So michelle donuts. I mean he had a. He blamed three main issues In reverse order they were that nobody really knows what the reimbursement is going to be for. This drug as medicare considers it. There's maybe insufficient infrastructure for administering infused therapy as agile ms. And then there is as he said misinformation about the data biogen has generated to support this approval. And that's where i mean. That's been a consistent tone by japan. Open letter. I think a couple months ago where the company seems to really feel like they are being misunderstood if not are the victims of a misinformation campaign on this treatment for alzheimer's disease which is anyone who tuned into this world. Listens to this podcast. Maybe at this point just lives in the united states knows. There are deep seated concerns about whether this drug actually works held by people who are not partisans in some kind of struggle or don't have an ax to grind against biogen necessarily but rather just happened to be practicing urologists and phd's yet my i sorta rolled when he said misinformation and i was waiting for him to blame shortsellers or us. I think we were blamed at one point for the media. Yeah exactly it's always the media's fault so pivoting to a very famous biotech company with a better recent fortunes than biogen meg. You spent the morning listening to modernise. Rnd presentation what did you learn from the presentation. Well you know. A lot of the presentation from derna has been trying to show the breadth of what they can do. I mean this is a company that now has a market valuation of one hundred eighty billion dollars in their only commercialized product as their covert nineteen vaccine and so it seems like attempt as it often is with madder not me to show that they are more than the kkob nineteen vaccine so in the vaccine space. I think one thing that's been garnering a lot of attention. This morning is that madonna has said they think they'll be first to market with a combo. Shot for cova kovin flu and rsvp So putting all those together in one shot. And i think protecting against four strains of the flue as all the seasonal vaccine's dual someday three but most do for Along with the rsv. And the cove. Ed antigens as well We don't know exactly when that will come. And they're essentially testing each individual. He now and we anticipate they said they expect to get the first seasonal flu data very soon. So that's gonna be just so interesting because it'll really give us the first peak of how well this could potentially apply in a different area this marinade technology and it's totally fascinating to me because one of their arguments for why they could be better. Is that marnie can be developed so fast that they could better tailor the flu vaccine to the circulating strains but that will require totally different communication with the w. h. o. which recommends which strains to put in the flu vaccines because essentially the who accommodates the growing and egg processes and the one you know protein-based vaccine that's already out there Which are much slower and so now this would require some checking in closer to win. Flu season would be with madonna to tell them. Okay well we actually had changed the strain. So it's gonna be really really fascinating to watch that development process. Hey meg i didn't listen to the presentation but it was all vaccines or did they talk about therapeutics at all. Now they also talked about therapeutics. That's a big part of the rest of the day and we're recording this thursday morning. They're still talking about a lot of their therapeutics as well. I'm currently looking at it. And they're talking about veg a and having the potential to improve cardiovascular outcomes so i mean this is a whole overview of all of their are indeed. It looks like a partner here with astrazeneca. So i'm really looking forward to getting to the qa part at the end of the day and just hearing what people are most interested in from what they've presented. And let's pivot to another favorite topic of our theranos damian you've been sorta paying close attention to the trial of elizabeth home that got got underway this week. Yeah that's right so we got opening statements On wednesday and they went. I think about as we expected the prosecutors laid out there very cut and dry case against elizabeth homes which you know obviously is recipes on the notion that there are no said it would do what she said. It could do It could not and thus those things were untrue. But what's key is that. They have to establish that when she said the untrue things she did so with the intent to defraud investors and patients and so that kind of framed the prosecutors to our opening statement which was like a sort of a buffet of potential defenses against this concept of intent reasons why she couldn't have formulated Intense so there was a large focus on. She really believed in the technology she still believes in the technology Which is kind of incredible That she tried her best as the has her attorney. You know pointed out reasonably. It's not a crime to fail in business. People do it all the time. It's only a crime if you intend etc. So his argument was she couldn't have intended because she really really was trying to be the best. Ceo of their knows that she could be and then they kind of glanced at it. Didn't really explore these notions that She wasn't really mentally capable of forming intent because of her relationship with her co-defendant An ex-boyfriend sonny bhawani who was not there to defend himself won't be there to defend himself so it was sort of. I guess like an appetizer. For what is probably going to be a long and oftentimes boring trial. One thing that the defense really did key in on was just how complicated This sort of blood testing is and can be so. There were all sorts of mentions of saitama tree and immunoassays and all this stuff that it seemed like there could be tactic at play to sort of bombard the jury with the complexity of this stuff in order to advance the notion of like this is really hard and they failed and anybody might fail and the woman before you who the government is painting as this great fraud was just someone who bit off more than she could chew with this stuff that hey none of us really understand. So that'll be an interesting kind of threat to watch the trial unfolds. Did did you guys see the photo of the the three elizabeth home fans with blonde hair dressed all in black waiting in line to get into the courthouse. All my gosh. I am so curious. I need so much. More information about these with the photo was was them from the back so he couldn't actually see what they look like. They were no martin. Shkreli impersonators at his trial. At least as far as i noticed if we went to tic tac. There's probably a whole like community of elizabeth home fans dressed on black before we wrap up our chatty cathy segment as we call it offline. And now you all know that we call it. I wanna give a shout out to life-size v t- Who on twitter asked us to talk about. Helen brands wells. Really fascinating tweet about flu and why we haven't seen You know a rise in in but we have started to see a comeback in other respiratory illnesses are influenza. Like illnesses This topic she asked us to talk about it this week. And we didn't get to do it this week. But it's something. I'm really fascinated by two so As long as damian adam agree we promised to come back to it definitely. Oh it was verbally yes. I don't sorry pivoting. Maybe briefly adam. There was that thing that people in biotech dream of so often happened this week. Which is where a major pharmaceutical companies sweeps in.

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The Democrats Are Phenomenal at Sticking Together

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 11 months ago

The Democrats Are Phenomenal at Sticking Together

"The democrats are phenomenal of sticking together. You've got the most verily disgusting antisemites in the democratic party and the liberal jews and the semi tall hanging out that's okay. We all hated trump. And look how they don't break the baby killers right. The god haters alternate they. Don't they don't in our crack amongst them. Republicans said before really suck it sticking together. I mean you've got liberal. Jews and the democrat. Party in disgusting jew haters all sitting there in the same site whatever okay our goal is to push communism or go. Hey trumpet orangemen bad whatever it was and they never broke rank humiliated themselves. They embarrassed themselves. But that's what you get from the galvez salt left. Republicans are going to fight. We have on our hands and we can't even stick together on the insanity of an infrastructure. Bill which is about the. I'm holding up my thumb the my index me reckless about this much with infrastructure. There's just a matter road and a bridge. You get my attention. When you put amnesty in for the criminal immigrant we already about thirty million criminal immigrants in this country who already broken. we're about one point five million. We'll have another million about thirty five million so they want to stick in amnesty. What modern day factor does that have to do with the bridge road. But you've got republicans out there and there's always the same. Oh while we're gonna get along. And i said to congressman mike kelly. Probably it's not about along it's about doing what's right for our country not the country club that live in in the senate or the

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Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

Techmeme Ride Home

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going

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"verily" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"verily" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of course, deny hope high profile gigs to genocidal dictators. Child molesters and KKK members. And that I now here is the leader of Burma. Whatever his name is. Yeah, that, Uh oh. I flew in tonight, Boy, are my arms stuff? Uh, every society has near consensus moral standards that shouldn't be abandoned. But too many Americans are angrily demanding not only the maintenance of standards that most of us all agree on But also the ostracism of mainstream figures, some beloved by tens of millions. Americans, These judgments are based on an ever changing list of offenses can get away from that which you're involved unevenly, depending on the politics of the target. Yeah, Long and short. It's just dumb. Yeah, that's that's what I said. I don't know. I said, I just don't think about these things. I'll watch Saturday Night live and it'll either be funnier own. That's pretty much the end of it for me. Let's because you're part of the white supremacist patriarchy. As his Elon Musk African American, your nephew Meyer, your moronic belief that if billionaires didn't exist, the rest of the other half of the world would somehow have money. I just I don't I don't get it. It is moronic, just utterly indefensible. Whatever. Speaking of great Americans Rudy Giuliani under fire, the controversial, polarizing ex mayor I'm looking for a job on CNN. Good. I gotta admit it place he's in trouble. Big trouble. The feds raided his home in New York. And then we tell you why in a moment or two. I want to hear why we had the headline yesterday and we were just talking about what a big deal is. I mean, Rudy Giuliani owned that Townley on that town is Two or three term mayor and cleaning up the crime and everything like that. Then, after 9 11 he was the go to guy that everybody on all of America was looking toward the mask over his face and America's mayor without irony. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And in that city. This place got raided by the feds yesterday. That's quite a change. 20 years. But I haven't why I had a very busy day. You still haven't heard? Why So you gonna tell us? We will tell us. I will tell the verily next. Armstrong and getting You've heard us talk about simply Safety Award winning home security system engineered with the latest technology to help keep your family safe. But what really sets simply say for partisans, people, highly trained security experts were always there for you when you need them most, and they truly care about keeping you safe. Yeah, For instance, when the alarm goes off a person who cares? Is there for you with a phone call to make sure you're okay. When an emergency happens, a person who cares is there for you by getting fire and police responders to your front door right away. Even if you're just having a problem setting up your system, a person who cares? Is there for you with a friendly chat in the quick resolution?.

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Alphabet Sends Loon To The Deadpool

Techmeme Ride Home

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Alphabet Sends Loon To The Deadpool

"One of the moon shots is entering the dead pool alphabet says it is shutting down loon. Its internet balloon project calling it a successful experiment but not a viable one quoting the great and legendary steven levy in wired tonight alphabet is announcing that it is grounding loon astro teller who heads x and was also the chair of the loon board recommended that alphabet no longer funded effectively letting the air out of the divisions balloon no one wanted to pick up the mantle. He says the interesting thing is how far loon got before alphabet. Pulled the plug when taylor. I heard the idea. He says he gave it about a or two percent chance of succeeding by the time of its launch in two thousand thirteen which i traveled to new zealand to attend following some of its first internet bearing balloons. It had gotten to around ten percent by the two thousand. Eighteen graduation teller. Thought it was fifty fifty but in the last six months the odds reset some grim reaper. version of the new york times needle loon had two challenges the technological leap to deliver internet by balloon and making the business case that people would pay for it while the tech side was solving problems. The commercial environment became less favourable in the last decade. Much of the underserved world became connected. Internet availability rose from seventy five percent of the world to ninety three percent. The remaining areas are primarily populated by those who can't afford the four g phones that receive loon signals or aren't convinced that the internet which in some cases has little content in their own language was worth the effort teller came to realize that luna was unlikely to ever contribute to alphabets prophets. And so the bet was lost. The fall of loon is a good occasion to take a look at x.'s. Accomplishments last year the moonshot factory celebrated its first decade in that time. It's pioneered autonomous driving. Which is now the basis of the other bet called waymo another project google brain now powers much of google's technology with deep learning and alphabet still has high hopes for x. graduates like medical bet verily and drone delivery company wing and still inside x. our projects involving robots and food but it has also populated a bone yard of costly failures. Now including loon but teller won't call it. A failure loon. He says was a successful experiment considering that he just killed a costly high profile enterprise. I asked him what an unsuccessful experiment might look like quote. Real failure is when the data tells you what you've been doing isn't the right thing and you do it. Anyway and quote loon was a success. He says because once it was clear that it would never become a viable business or solve internet connectivity. He called it quits and quote

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"verily" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"verily" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here's Orient. And verily quiet opening on Wall Street. But now the screens are red. And they're pretty red for the agricultural trade as well because investors are reluctant to take major positions ahead of the presidential debate. Here are the numbers, the Dow industrial average is down 158 points. The S and P 500 down 13 points and the NASDAQ is down 39 points but the worry factor vics it the CBO. He is up half a point. And as faras consumer confidence. It rebounded in September, Mawr than expected as households views of all of the labor market, improved. Conference, Ward said today its consumer confidence index increase to a reading of 101.8. That's up from 86.3 last month. And the price of oil this morning, too, is also down. Virus cases mount in the U. S debate is looming. So oil prices are lower in the early trade, moving to the grain grade at the Chicago Board of Trade, the December wheat contract down the penny and three quarters of bushel December corn down a nickel a bushel November soybeans down seven cents a bushel. Mercantile Exchange. Livestock futures the October Li Na GE contract is up 55 cents hundredweight, but the rest of the months are draining Lomer. October Live cattle trading up 75 cents on red White and the October Peter cattle contract is up $2 and vied sense hundredweight. That's your money on 7 20 wg. It's 50 of both over here on Midway 51 at the lakefront 52 in Waukegan. I'm Steve Roxton on Chicago's very own 7 20 w G N Thank you, Steve. It's now 10 07 couple quick questions from you 3129817 200 If you want to get in Tell me a little bit about your voting experience, and I see some of you want to talk about the fires in California, which would have been bigger news. We're not for all of the other news will also in this half hour visit with an accountant to ask questions or answer some questions. They come to mind when you read about the president's situation? I mean, I think all of us are learning a little bit about business accounting these days and I've got questions. I think we'll get some.

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"verily" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"verily" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Conversation with Dr Vivien Li president health platforms over it verily life sciences a new book out called the long fix and we need some taxes and health care care yeah we need many us we'll get into that conversation once again in just a moment let's get back to your top business stories to check on that trading day that rally Charlie pele in deep back to work Tuesday stocks higher across the board green on the screen just want to begin with the developing story breaking news out of California California's covert nineteen cases up two point three percent versus the seven day average of two point three four percent indeed a rally on Wall Street with the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq they're all searching right now stocks at a nine week highs investors pour back into risk assets on speculation the worst of the economic hit from the pandemic has passed here's what we stand S. and P. five hundred index up fifty eight up by two percent the Dow up six hundred eighty four points up two point eight percent nasdaq is up eighty nine the king there of one percent tenders on twelve thirty seconds with the old point six nine percent gold is down one percent seventeen thirteen Beyonce and West Texas intermediate crude now surging three and a half percent of a dollar nineteen apparel thirty four handle once again thirty four forty five for a barrel of West Texas intermediate crude Merck shares are higher after it unveiled development plans on both a treatment and a vaccine for covert nineteen broke up now by one point nine percent some of the other stories we are following for you on this Tuesday today include the the folks at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health nacer Ernst is nurse manager there and on Bloomberg television this morning she said healthcare professionals still have much to learn about treating covert nineteen patients.

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"verily" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"verily" Discussed on WTOP

"Verily very slowly getting past paving in a single file to the right past Farmington road Dave Jill dying WTOP traffic after a cooler day today we're in for a chilly night temperatures will be falling into the upper thirties to low forties as we track showers at times otherwise cloudy skies with the potential for some wet snow mixing in especially north and west of Washington but no accumulation exponentially along the Blue Ridge especially in the higher elevations there any rain is over by eight nine AM tomorrow skies become mostly sunny in fact plenty of sun for the majority of the day but still on the cool side highs in the fifties tomorrow as well as Thursday mostly sunny with a bit of a breeze out there on Thursday for Friday skies become mostly cloudy with showers possible later in the day especially north of Washington highs Friday warm into the low to mid sixties for Saturday there's a chance for morning showers temperatures in the fifties both Saturday and Sunday but some showers looking likely at times on Sunday I'm storm team four meteorologist Amelia draper well we still have more clouds than anything in the WTOP listening area we are sitting in ads fifty three in Frederick in Waldorf we've got fifty eight Manassas fifty eight fifty eight in northwest DC five fifty one on WTOP let's get you caught up the latest developments in the corona virus pandemic DC mayor Muriel Bowser tells WTOP the district may see a corona virus peak in late may rather than late June seven more DC police officers have tested positive for the virus that brings the number of district officers who've gotten cove in nineteen fifty eight six officers who tested positive have recovered their back on the job two hundred eighty eight DC officers are in quarantine or more than seventeen thousand seven hundred recorded cases of coronavirus in DC Maryland and Virginia more than five hundred twenty people have died in Fairfax county code nineteen killed several residents of the sunrise assisted living home in McLean Washington post reports at least twenty other residents in ten workers have tested.

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Google's coronavirus information site is now live

Charlie Parker

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Google's coronavirus information site is now live

"Google's corona virus testing website is hooked up we need a young with Bloomberg has today's infocus report website built for scheduling coronavirus screenings booked every opening during its first full day of operation people with symptoms and without symptoms are all wanting to know whether or not they posed a threat to their loved ones Alexander director is talking about verily a health care unit elf Google parent alphabet the reader is co founder and CTO of ink his team helps companies rank their content on Google he says the bottleneck in scheduling corona virus testing has little to do with the site itself it's more of the real world coordination between the different locations there we just don't and their capacity and making sure all of that is synchronized to resistance testing websites can help stop the corona virus scan bottleneck if there's a real opportunity for Google and other tech companies to begin creating a more interactive experience support by start collecting people who want to get tested Khattar databases for that

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"verily" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"verily" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Run by verily an alphabet subsidiary focused on life sciences and healthcare project baseline dot com hosts a survey to assess whether you should be tested for covert nineteen those who should be or directed to mobile testing sites verily is helping to set up in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties together with public health authorities will project baseline expand beyond Silicon Valley verily is website says yes its goal is to expand in California separately Google says it's partnering with the federal government to develop an informational nationwide website I'm a tomorrow KQED news bay area schools and non essential businesses are closed due to the corona virus pandemic but school districts want students who would normally get a meal at school to still be able to pick up food safely KQ weedy Shannon Lynn reports at select locations across the bay area kids under the age of eighteen and their parents will still be able to pick up free meals despite public health orders Oakland unified school district's Johnson sake says they have limited pick up days to twice a week and are instructing families to grab food and go directly home staffer also disinfecting hourly the district is exploring options to provide meals through spring break beginning March twenty seventh I'm Shannon lane KQED news for more on the corona virus in the bay area go to KQED dot org I'm Brian what more morning edition coming up on KQ weedy in addition to more KQ weedy news ahead on the program with code nineteen affections increasing rapidly Spain isn't a total shutdown but Spaniards are doing their best to keep their spirits up and also keeping away from other people is an important way to slow the spread of the corona virus social distancing however can feel isolating and lonely ahead on KQ weedy on morning edition we'll have some tips on how to cope when south by southwest was canceled because of the corona virus emerging artists didn't get there for the moment as we continue covering the corona virus pandemic we take a breather hi some of the music covert nineteen kept from the stage of where to draw the line that's next time on the takeaway the V. N. Y. C. E. R. X. on the public radio schedule today the take away from noon to one here on member supported KQ weedy your weather for Tuesday morning bay area some clouds a chance of showers especially at the coast and in the North Bay sunny in the South Bay later this morning and then some cloud cover returns highs in the mid to upper.

The time you lost watching YouTube ads last year netted Google $15 billion

WSJ Tech News Briefing

10:10 min | 2 years ago

The time you lost watching YouTube ads last year netted Google $15 billion

"The parent company of Gulu reported. Its earnings Monday night here to give us. The highlights is our technology news editor. Boda Boda thanks so much for joining US happy to be here all right so alphabets. Most recent report. Back in October was a bit disappointing. How did they fare this time? if you're Wall Street just slightly more disappointing with some shoots So one thing that was Wall Street was expecting Revenue to be a little a bit higher than it was and operating profits to be a little higher than it was. Now Mind you. Google is wildly profitable and has makes a ton of revenue just in the most recent quarter. Which is the holiday quarter Revenue was up seventeen percent to forty six point one billion so. It's kind of difficult to say that you know Google struggling by any stretch stretch But one thing that Wall Street had pressed alphabet for a long time to be more specific about where it's about where its revenues coming from and one thing that it did really league for the first time is really to break out specifically the youtube business and Google cloud in terms of revenue categories. And one thing that said it for you to the AD business isn't stallone Is Worth about fifteen billion dollars and Google cloud gave details on that as well and the idea is really. The clubmen is really important. because there's a google title is enmeshed in a really really difficult battle with Other cloud providers like Amazon with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft with your and Wall Street was really wanting linked to wanna Google to provide more details and just say like okay. Give us an idea of how well this businesses stooling so we can rate it relative to some of the other competitors this was the first earnings parts and senator betrayed took over as alphabet. CEO from Google Co founder. Larry Page last year. Pichai was obviously formerly the CEO of Google. Is it too early to have expected there to be any changes with his leadership or are we seeing some of this play out because of Him taking the helm so I think one of the things that he he mentioned on the call and this is something that obviously he was with Google so he was an insider very familiar with the business but one thing that at Wall Street analysts basically basically said on a conference call to say we welcome this additional disclosure. Like some of the you know giving a little bit more detail on some of the business units that That comprised like the alphabet machine. So that's one thing that they had pressed Sundar on in the company and the company delivered in that way but you know Sundar more you know big picture wise. One thing that he talked about was you you know he talked about what is investing focuses are and one thing obviously talked about artificial intelligence that being something that the company really wants to deeply invest in and he talked about really the you know the idea of doing more with data and so cloud computing is something that they've pushed a lot on We've reported Sometimes exclusively on the health partnerships to Google's reached. And you know basically Sundar said is we're going to reach even deeper into that So not just project. Nightingale which again is a project to work with essential health and to manage to manage crunch data for millions of patients across the twenty one St Hospital System but identified other partnerships. Like that and another thing that brought third call in kind of pointing to where strategy is going as activision blizzard. The video game company They recently announced a deal where they said okay. Well we want to stream these East sports matches on Youtube. Meanwhile activision will basically invest in US Google's cloud services and also use artificial intelligence tool. So Google wants to say like. Hey we don't want to just manage one thing for one business. We want to be a one stop shop but basically offer a bunch of different services to companies to make the value proposition. A Lot. A lot a better in terms of the Google Health Collaborations that you were mentioning. Is that something that they're already being able to monetize unclear so some of this is you know. They're trying to make an argument that we can add value to what you already do. So in some cases we WANNA manage data That's something that the their services services that Google is providing as part of a package now if a company wants to use Google as a cloud service provider and we WANNA put data in the cloud. That's something that obviously that they're you know. They're they're collecting revenue on There other parts of the alphabet enterprise like verily severely as life sciences company and. What's unique about this? Is they've taken outside. Investment vestment from tamasek which is Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund and they've also taken investments from silverlake which is private equity firm in the idea is basically to a look at different ways as to really impact the healthcare system beyond just Beyond just patient data so one of the things that that fairly is doing is they're looking at license engineering research search and as a part of that they're looking at like how how they're one look at additional ways to basically impact the healthcare system so some of this is going to look at Using am to improve drug delivery of some of this is looking at a I to improve clinical trials and the idea is to basically say okay. How can we use data and and a I to basically impact the healthcare system so some of this already having revenue impact for Google? But some of it is. They're making these investments to own these partnerships and basically we see this as a long-term bet that this can drive revenue down the row. These are obviously things. Though that have already garnished a lot of scrutiny. Both from people in the the healthcare community but also from regulators and Looking ahead to twenty twenty one of the things investors. I'm sure will be paying close. Attention to is has the increased scrutiny from regulators on all sorts of fronts so when facebook reported its earnings. They said they expected their growth to slow. Because of new legal measures from California And also in Europe how is alphabet addressing the way that legislation could impact. Its business moving forward. So one thing so so google didn't go They didn't give necessarily a number to say we think we're going to grow twenty percent Next year one thing they said is they kind of went across their business unit to say we think for search. There's going to be ample opportunity going forward. So what does that mean is that is that a lot of money is a lot more money than you're making now is it a little bit less Google basically positioning itself that it thinks it's bizarre that it's various businesses are going to grow And basically they're making investments it's to support that I think with on the Regulatory Front Google definitely said that it's going to cooperate with You know any broad probes inquiries that That it receives from entities like State Attorneys General or the Department of Justice or any or any other entity. And you know a lot of the regulators are looking being at Things that they're looking at you know Google's largest and the and the things that basically make this company so big and you know so it's looking at the the girth of online in advertising business and purported anticompetitive behaviour and in the big picture like Google is basically motoring along in thinking that you know it can man you know it can continue to invest in the business while managing these inquiries you know at the end of market closed today. A ghoul alphabet crossed a trillion dollars market value. Now now it's kind of wavered between their ethnic you reach that earlier this year and then trade at lower but you know the big picture these tech companies are you know for the most part Wall Street is seeing that you know despite everything that's going on in all the noise and all the frustration from regulators and some users you know Wall Street and investors still see these companies as a safe you bet for the most part Wall Street analysts think these companies are going to grow so you know based on company based on public statements and based on. Just you know how large it's GonNa it's GonNa Behar to disrupt Google and search. It's going to be hard to disrupt Google in online advertising just because it has so much of a market leader in so much So much of a installed install customer base. One thing that Google touted on its conference call is that it had a really strong holiday season. And with that you know Google is basically been investing and building out his platforms for consumers. So that you can buy more stuff within Google tools instead of like if you wanted a hotel if you want to book a flight instead of going to other airlines or other hotel pages ages you could just do it all in Google and you wanted. And they've talked about. Hey we want to find opportunities to allow people to make more money within youtube and you know the the the the value proposition for advertisers is great. Because it's like hey if you can get everyone here it just you know. Millions of people use Youtube. Everyday people already here if you can just put more tools and bake more ways that they can make more money inside of this. Why leave it seems like it seems like a good deal? It seems like it's setting themselves up for an even bigger conversation with antitrust just regular though and especially some of the Democratic candidates who've come out saying that they wanNA break up big tack. Did they make any comments about that on their call Not Not not to the extent you know in terms of addressing the inquiries. I think you know usually the companies and Google speaks in broad terms and you know and says hey you know the companies understand that they are targets. And you know they're not you know they see the headlines just as much as everyone else but I think in terms of their focused on The you know the businesses and the value proposition that they offer to consumers and folks and businesses well and you know they see You know they say that they're going to cooperate in any manner with any regulatory pro- which which makes sense but in terms of like going specific in? Hey we're going to change our approach because of Xyz you know for the most part you know the Probes are are just that you know. They're you know the attorneys general and you know folks from the DOJ there on a fact-finding mission. They're trying to understand. Not just google. Oh but from others like what impact Google had in the marketplace especially when in terms when it comes to anti-competitive conduct and you know from Google's perspective obviously there they they see themselves as being able to motor along and you know as these probes circle but for the most part there is. This isn't necessarily changing. How they're going to do their business unless someone tells them you need to change your business because of reasons? XYZ And tell then ample growth our technology news editor vote today. Thank you so much for joining

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jon Bolton Claims Quid PRo Quo In his New Book

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:32 min | 2 years ago

jon Bolton Claims Quid PRo Quo In his New Book

"John Bolton the president's former national security adviser reportedly writing a new book the president trump told him aid to Ukraine was tied to investigations into Democrats including Joe Biden joining me with more this significant developments today BC Serena Marshall at the White House Rita this is a potential game changer when it comes to a vote on whether to allow witnesses in this trial walk us through what has happened here yeah John this is a very big relegation out because it's so far in the trial you have the president's lawyers are but it only runs about two hours on Saturday claiming there was no quid pro quo that the president's goal was perfect there was no conditionality on aid to Ukraine and that there were no first hand witnesses that's something we've heard from Republicans time and time again and this is a first hand account of it eight national security adviser to the president saying yeah there was conditionality on that eight and it was in fact tied political investigations into Democrats including Joe Biden so now we're hearing from people on Capitol Hill I think this underscores Democrats call witnesses the new witnesses to be part of the Senate trial now that upper down though on new witnesses isn't expected to happen until the end of the week for the timing of this really is quite remarkable because it's coming out at a time when they're going to be forced into making that decision on new witnesses when the latest ABC news Washington post poll since two thirds of Americans do you want to see what and just to be clear this is name in his book yet just a manuscript for the book which was obtained by The New York Times and the president of course has tweeted several times in response yeah the president tweeted out a flat denial of the support that he never told on board there is anything tied to the Democrats that he never heard that but double and in fact never even complained to him about the withholding of the military aid and that this is a sample and we're trying to sell a box and in fact this is the manuscript as you mentioned I've done both in the book but it would give in according to the publisher to the White House for the pre approval check the have to go through any time an administration of the Florida but to make sure there's nothing of national security importance or relevance in the box now that one publisher is saying that you know there's only one copy of this manuscript and it's in the hands of the White House they're really saying Hey this week is not on us is on the White House believes in the south and now that the president has been tweeted about John Bolton potentially testify and saying that if the Democrats don't want to be open Dumbleton they should have brought in entering the house impeachment proceedings and they didn't try to do that now Democrats did prior to the fact that this to bring both in and to testify but they never issued a subpoena for gold is that the five minutes that you would not have survival and verily now he hasn't said he would testify before the Senate under a subpoena but that's where the up or down vote happen later in the week is going to be still and I suppose there's nothing to stop John Bolton for just getting in front of a microphone and and making a statement publicly that that to me I may not be something that would be admissible as an a a witness in this trial but something that could be in for the American people well that could be to the American people you probably wouldn't face them scrutiny for eating out of turn thirty eight being a former administration official speaking about a time in the administration for doing under a subpoena sort of protect them a little bit more which is while the other administration officials only came up and spoke on Capitol Hill under a subpoena and they they said they would speak to members on Capitol Hill but at the same day that they were coming in to testify those house Democrats did issue subpoenas to kinda offer them a little bit of it I feel a perfect that no one would start the week's rant thanks for your reporting we'll talk soon thanks ABC

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U.S. State Department scrambles to evacuate Americans from Wuhan

Atlanta's Morning News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. State Department scrambles to evacuate Americans from Wuhan

"Oh three here's the latest in the corona virus outbreak the state department orders Americans out of Wuhan China there is still around a thousand US citizens stranded in the Wu Han area now the state department is scrambling to evacuate some of them but it appears so far the space to get people out is limited the CZ and panel says China's lockdown fifty million people in fifteen cities including Honda center Chuck Schumer urged the trump administration to declare a public health emergency over coronavirus present risk is low you can never be too careful when it comes to to something is deadly and verily as this virus the declaration would free up millions of federal dollars five U. S. cases are now confirmed in California Arizona Chicago in Washington state LA county's public health director stresses all involved travelers from China there's no evidence of person to person transmission among residents living in LA county Southwest Airlines removes a sick passenger on the flight from Las Vegas to Baltimore for fear it might be corona virus he was released

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Virginia governor to temporarily ban guns for gun rights rally

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Virginia governor to temporarily ban guns for gun rights rally

"Ride topping the news as we head into this day together Virginia's governor plans verily to declare a temporary emergency today this Wednesday banning all weapons including guns from the capitol square area in Richmond now this decision is reportedly due to a massive rally planned next week over gun rights the news coming according to to state officials who were briefed on the plans but not authorized to speak publicly publicly about the issue one official says this morning the democratic governor plans to announce his plans at a news conference today this Wednesday afternoon because of credible threats of potential violence and

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Virginia governor to temporarily ban guns for gun rights rally

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Virginia governor to temporarily ban guns for gun rights rally

"Ride topping the news as we head into this day together Virginia's governor plans verily to declare a temporary emergency today this Wednesday banning all weapons including guns from the capitol square area in Richmond now this decision is reportedly due to a massive rally planned next week over gun rights the news coming according to to state officials who were briefed on the plans but not authorized to speak publicly publicly about the issue one official says this morning the democratic governor plans to announce his plans at a news conference today this Wednesday afternoon because of credible threats of potential violence and

Pediatrics journal releases new guidelines on kids and contact sports

Dr. Daliah

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Pediatrics journal releases new guidelines on kids and contact sports

"You know I love you guys watch football I watch a lot of football and every time somebody gets ahead I'm like though yesterday I think Seattle founded by head body in the that was a roughing the passer call it was a using hell but against the quarterback war against anybody verily they're really trying to stop them in sports and and a fellow grown ups boards this sort of you know these tackles where you're using your head and so see I got a penalty didn't matter Santa one fantastic game went to overtime but you know they want to protect players from use in there as Attorney themselves well we're trying to understand more about what happens at the pediatric level and because these NFL players that are suffering from C. G. quite a dramatic example apathy and concussion induced issues such as headaches and psychological changes and suicidal thoughts depression anger outbursts and other issues might stem from their training as kids and we've found that kids sustained concussions just like grown ups do and in a statement published online Monday in the journal jam of pediatrics they have offered new guidelines when it comes to contact sports so here are there guidelines this is what they recommend number one kids should be taught collision techniques before beginning play in contact sports so they want to teach you guys how to collide in European football which is soccer for our north American football in Spanish in college football Norte americana which means the north American football as opposed to football soccer you collide you didn't bat baseball right you collided on you know the basketball court you need to learn how to collide collision techniques they also say number two there is not conclusive evidence the younger children face higher risks forgetting sports related concussions so what does that mean well they're saying we don't have a lot of evidence that younger children face higher risks maybe it's because they don't have the numbers of how many who do what sports but apparently there might be that verbiage out there saying younger kids are at higher risk for concussions the older kids there's a there's not enough evidence to say that yet all right so that's more of a let's clarify another thing to clarify his there's enough evidence is inconclusive on whether multiple childhood concussions are linked with long term neurological changes so they're also clear find the we can't save a young kids getting questions could lead them seventy eight all we can conclude right now are these NFL players that were studied in Boston I have seen to eat we can't say that happened as kids we need to study at but they say evidence is inconclusive maybe we can't say that assembly is easy it's starter from childhood we can't say that yes but we can't say did not it has to be said it is a technology that measured head head impact exposure and advanced brain imaging techniques are both experimental and not ready for you so here we are I think I got a lot of guidelines you know themselves do this do that basically again here's a third one saying guys this is all experimental we really can't study so the kind of telling us why we don't have data yet because the technology the measures had impact exposure it is still not ready to confirm or deny our theories helmets should be worn high impact sports but they say there is little or no evidence that the headgear prevents concussion in rugby and soccer so rugby and soccer still don't have to wear helmets because we don't have enough studies on that but in terms of football yep there's a store helmets so a lot of you guys like okay what is that what what so what anything new now the only thing really knew as they really got to work on kids and teach them how to collide properly which I get out there is a way to dock and roll and fall you know in a lot of sports like in gymnastics and things like that they teach you how to fall there's a way to fall you know it's instinct you know you start to kind of flap around but you could have more injuries as soon as you have to crawl yourself up in a ball it's like bracing yourself you know on an airplane you know and if you are ready to hit a tackle there are things you could do ways to lean in so you know yeah I do think you can train that but not entirely again I deal is not letting your kids get beat up so going to doctor Frederick of our appearance worry is one concussion to my child going to result in him every dementia at age fifty he says that the data is pretty clear that the answer is no and I gotta be honest a lot of us I had a concussion and a lot of his very because I probably a multiple I don't remember the one I do remember was the one where I was knocked unconscious for awhile concussions happen and locally or body knows that a you know repair itself could that I'm because I'm from damages I why I love chocolate so much

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'Tarzan' star Ron Ely's wife allegedly stabbed to death by their 30-year-old son

Ron St. Pierre

01:03 min | 2 years ago

'Tarzan' star Ron Ely's wife allegedly stabbed to death by their 30-year-old son

"A bizarre story the wife and the son of eighty one year old TV actor Ron Ely are confirmed dead police say that it was after son Cameron a Lee attacked his mother now the incident happened on Tuesday night at the Santa Barbara home of the nineteen sixties television Tarzan star Ilie while details were scarce at first the Santa Barbara county sheriff's department confirms that sixty two year old verily Valerie Lundine died from stab wounds and the thirty year old Cameron was shot and killed by deputies responded to the scene according to reports Cameron even tried to pin the blame on his father during a nine one one call the apparently me apparently the evidence on the scene didn't support that and later deputy say that Cameron poke posed a threat which prompted for deputies to fire their service weapons at the suspect fatally wounding him autopsies are pending run Valerie were married back in nineteen eighty four and besides son Cameron they shared a couple of daughters to Christian and Caitlin both thirty two years old so police to confirm the wife and the son of actor Ron easily

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Women are slapped, abused during childbirth, report on 4 countries finds

BBC World Service

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Women are slapped, abused during childbirth, report on 4 countries finds

"Research published today in the journal the lancet has found that more than a foot of women in for low income countries gonna give me the animal and Nigeria all right C. mistreated during childbirth I had more from the studies all photo to make an offer from the university of Melbourne so we found that women experience verily diverse forms of mistreatment during childbirth and this sort of very across several different items including things like physical abuse slapping the woman while she was in labor or pinching her verbal abuse such a shouting at her or scolding her discrimination based on her ethnicity age or socioeconomic status as well as a lot of different types of I'm consented procedures so I'm consented vaginal exams on consented tions I'm consented to view the item is happening so the nature of the abuse was sort of across several different aspects including physical abuse verbal abuse discrimination and I'm consented procedures primarily so you hinted that actually is not necessarily across the board there are some women who are more likely to be obese and others yeah so we found that younger women were nearly twice as likely to experience physical abuse and younger women with no education were about four times as likely to experience verbal abuse so we're seeing some real discrimination here based on things like aids socio economic status that are really demonstrating inequalities and how women are treated during childbirth hi this report was in full relatively low income countries around the world of what evidence is there that it's not uncommon in many other parts of the world as well yeah so are you study focused on four countries are two countries in West Africa Nigeria Ghana and Guinea and solace in Southeast Asia for me and mark and we know that these are all low resource settings have particular constraints around health workforce and the availability of quality healthcare facilities but we also know that these types of mistreatment can happen in other settings including the U. S. or the U. K. so there has been some work done particularly around women of color in these settings or indigenous women and their experiences of discrimination during facility based maternity care I suppose the recommendations are improve training improve facilities in maternity units around the world but I mean clearly it doesn't happen overnight incredibly difficult thing to do to monitor one of the recommendations I agree there are some really complex systemic factors that are influencing how women are treated during childbirth so it seems pretty unlikely that there's going to be a one stop intervention it's gonna fix everything but we were able to identify some targeted areas for quality improvement so first of all working on improving the physical structure of the birth environment to be more centered around the needs of women and health care providers is really clear first step so what this might look like might very depending on the setting but it could be for example in a setting where there's multiple dads in the labor ward it might be to provide her in so that women can have better access to privacy but there's also some other areas around quality improvement for example improving the informed consent process to make sure that women are really understanding what's happening to their bodies before any sort of interventions or examinations

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Donald Trump Jr defends his father and Nancy Pelosi launches formal Trump impeachment inquiry

Mark Levin

07:54 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump Jr defends his father and Nancy Pelosi launches formal Trump impeachment inquiry

"Donald Trump junior how are you Sir. well your folks doing very very well it must just be brutal to keep watching this spectacle play out day after day week after week year after year against your father and your family now we have Nancy Pelosi like a dictator who announces we're gonna have a formal impeachment inquiry in the same six committee chairmen who've been already investigating are grown vastly gate that's not how a formal impeachment inquiry works so they haven't done anything today except track your father what do you think about that well they haven't done anything in the last years of that my father they had to try to do anything for America they haven't tried to do anything for that constituent all they've tried to do is resist unfortunately why would you try to resist the results that my father had gotten for this country and that's what's disgusting and then you know for me I was the number two probably recipients on their hit list of what they want to do and who they wanted to try to take down so yeah I I've been living this thing for three years now and watching it is disgusting I mean now it's another it'll run down the rabbit hole from an anonymous whistle blower who with an anonymous transcript that no one's actually read or seen but this is enough to convict president truck now Joe Biden himself mark saying these things all the TV talking about you basically withholding US dollars to push a prosecutor to stop investigating yeah that's no problem that's totally kosher. it's it's really disgusting and I I really hope the American people see through this nonsense and I believe they do. you imagine. if you were down one hundred by the down in your dad did with Joe Biden had done do you think you'd be he'd be in office for thirty seconds. it is literally part of my stump speech I go I mentioned Donald Trump junior. one point five billion dollars that hunter Biden every tournament investor no one ever heard of you've never done anything I know some of the greatest investors in America guys with thirty year track record they go to China for twenty years they don't care if you get the time of day for investment hunter Biden shows over there on airforce two five days later no track record no experience no nothing he comes back with one point five billion dollars if Donald Trump junior market came back with one point five dollars billion but what what. true it would be the end of the world if Donald Trump. fifty thousand dollars a month. from a foreign corrupt oil company with no energy experience no experience in the oil sector no one language experience I mean it if Ukrainian company they're not exactly doing business in English. I mean imagine the outrage imagine the hysteria you would actually solve the fake news problem mark because their head would explode there'd be none of them left. don don junior let me ask you this. how many times did you have to testify. various committees are sub committees of Congress well I I believe it was for different testimonies over you know over approximately thirty hours. so you had to have a lawyer and you had to prepare. how many times has hunter Biden testified in front any committee zero zero any also didn't spend millions in legal fees and didn't have a dealer. so with that for years that had to spend millions. just to be able to defend these baseless subpoenas and the nonsense that they keep throwing at us you know they don't talk about the fact that we voluntarily voluntarily because we don't have to do with the phone verily mark gave up our ability to do foreign deals that we've been doing is a big part of my business but I'd run within the company we gave that up just to prevent even the notion of impropriety but hunter but no problem this is not an issue we can travel and do business with China on airforce two while the president your vice president shows up and playing with the Ukraine. the double standard is sickening and so I'm actually glad that they've gone through this. but they would bring up an impeachment inquiry start this process based on essentially innuendo at this point no one seems that seen anything as of yet yeah they've they've gone all in and they've just shown what I've been saying for two and a half years now which is that the Democrats hate trump much more than they love America they would much rather see America fail you see him cheering for the hope of a recession maybe the economy will collapse millions of Americans will suffer just so we can get rid of Donald Trump they don't talk about the successes they don't talk about the fact that six point two million people are off of food stamps because of Donald Trump but his policies they don't talk about six million new jobs created they don't talk about a billion new manufacturing jobs created. talk about the fact that he's finally the guy willing to take on China whose rob this blind for decades yep stealing our job stealing our IP really stealing our American dream. so you know it into that nonsense and they can't handle it. it is amazing to me Joe Biden's out there on the campaign trail. and they don't question they will not question where is hunter buying today I don't even know where that guy is they have all these reporters thousands of reporters who don't you don't eat who simply refuse to die I saw some reporter today I forget what left wing media outlet was he said you know. hunter and Joe Biden had a had a rule that hundred didn't discusses business with Joe Biden and I said. and you believe that and then and then he says and even though it was in the newspapers in our hunter Biden was working for this Ukrainian company. one at the time that the Biden made his call to whomever in in the Ukraine and told them Tom the fire the prosecutor where where you're not gonna get a billion dollars in USA it's not clear the Biden read the newspapers aren't what I helplessness he magically gassed that that was going on marquee obviously magically yes you know the reality is this you know Joe Biden's can't remember who he was vice president for half the days I mean it's true. wouldn't be in this race if they didn't think for some reason he is going to be a cut to be able to take on the Democrats would even think about Joe by right he's been a failed presidential candidate since nineteen eighty eight when I was about nine. this is it's disgusting but again I think the American people see through it I think this will backfire on them as the Russia hoax has their hatred is there it just utter disdain for Donald Trump and and hard working Americans it's just really coming through that is why I wrote a book it's why I wrote trigger because I got to go through this crap for two and a half years. get the double standard when you look at the media when you look at the way they're covering the event but let's not even talk about the financial stuff the hunter but it was too what about the personal stuff and I wanted to talk about it because I'm not that guy but imagine the personal things I'm sure you in many of your listeners have ready freaky. about him. I did that you think I'd get a pass. nope it we'll we'll start with the brother in the drugs in the this is my last year you only hear about it. in day out for years if but by the by the way you have a book coming out next week is it November fifth it's upper presales will now it's not going to let you know the usual suspects Amazon for free cell culture. and yeah I just got a lot of the stuff although because the hatred continues I sort of get to the mall the report some of that stuff but I don't get to go with the continued but can you can you hold on a few more minutes can you hold on a few more minutes here again because I have to take this break we'll continue we'll be

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Passenger Steps in to Fly Plane After Pilot Fails to Turn Up

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

Passenger Steps in to Fly Plane After Pilot Fails to Turn Up

"Am a pretty regular regular traveller on the airlines and came across interesting travel tip recently all right and that is that if your flight is going to be severely verily delayed you can just volunteer to fly it yourself. Absolutely I've done that several times as someone said it's a variation on on on try the fish or what is it. have the fish have the fish have the fish of course being this sort of meam that I think Steve Tupper came doc with where on an airline flight he urges the pilots to have the fish in the hopes that they will be food poisoned and Steve. We'll be called up to the cockpit to fly the airplane so this is this is a little variation on that this is a flight in someplace someplace not in the US but a flight in England England to like was it to Australia or it was just as wherever it was to Manchester England Alicante Spain gene to Spain okay and and there was a scheduling Snafu in terms of flight crews apparently the only person was missing was the captain. It sounds like there was a first officer present all right but the captain is missing all right and the captain's GonNa be missing for a long time right and so one of the passengers on on the aircraft turns out is in fact a captain for that airline all right and he notices is this going on and he realizes that he and his wife and his kids hit or kids are about to be massively delayed on their way to their vacation and so he gets on the telephone to whoever they're they're dispatch or whatever and says listen. Here's the deal field's really delayed. I'm here I can fly. I got my ID. I'm in shape. You know I mean everything's Hunky Dory. If you guys are okay with it and if you're okay with me flying in civilian clothes it's all right and and apparently the dispatch people came back to him about well. He said it's sixty eight seconds or something silly like that but basically pretty quickly they came back and said yes do it and and so a long time to think about it. There's a youtube video that shows that shows this fill in captain standing at the front of the main cabin talking on the public address explaining this whole thing saying so. Are you okay with all right with you know with us not being delayed with me flying in civilian clothes so that we're not delayed and he got like almost a standing ovation imagine. It's like Yes yes but I'd be sitting there going really. How do I know this guy's really a captain. How do I what who's WHO's vetted. Did this thing I'm I'm a little. I don't know I but see then. I'm a I'm a ironically. I'm a timid airline Flyer and so I would I would be suspicious. I should say that because I can't see out the front window. I you know Jeb. You and I've had this conversation. I've explained this. I believe leave see. This is really going to get into deep deep stuff here or not you know we. I believe that riding on an airliner is is sorta like playing Russian roulette all right. I believe that you're playing Russian. Roulette with about a million chamber gun. and you're basically saying I will oh magic you know. The mystics are saying we will magically get you to your destination all right but you've got to put this million chamber gun to your head and pull the trigger all right and if you live you arrive all right like. I don't like the chances I don't like the odds I don't like that. I have no control the other. There's the other metaphor here's the other for income. Schroeder's airplanes airline passenger. This is shorting airline passenger. Okay is like once I go into that airline cabin and once they closed the door. I am both dead and alive all right. I mean you know whether or not I arrive as a living creature whether I'm able to leave alive. is totally out of my hands. I have no influence on it at all. Have the fish

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How Data Tracking Affects Your Life

WGN Nightside

07:49 min | 3 years ago

How Data Tracking Affects Your Life

"How I wear my Fitbit all the time I mean all the time and it was a Christmas gift that you gave me and that actually stayed in the box for eight months when I took about the boxes it where if you been all my life is wonderful Washington posted a story the other day that said that the day may come if it hasn't already happened where the data. that is gathered via my Fitbit that's the hours that I sleep how much of it is rem sleep how many flights of stairs I walked calories are burned blah blah blah that data could be valuable to someone somewhere or maybe the government and I said whoa yeah now we're not talking about the apple watch which I again if the Fitbit is harvesting data you know the apple people to do doing the same thing and they're been stories about your smart TV is that TV ads your watch and watching you and listening to what you're. so that point is great is cited to to turn to a man who has been nice enough to join us for how many years now well he was just a kid he has the college kid and now he's a doctor is doctor Patrick Crispin joining us tonight by popular demand because we put out the word we're going to be on the radio people that are you gonna have doctor Crispin odd so we do have him on the radio with us tonight and Patrick how are you this evening. how are you okay wait wait wait verily here Patrick okay because we're talking technology when. transaction okay take you to get home. go we can't blame this on. no that was operator error my first mistake how you know what okay guess what they're gonna send you home that's it yeah. real soon. Patrick I know when I sent you a text the other day and I said is this possible I could almost hear you rolling your eyes this is been going out for a long time right. yes I I a and it was your devices your smart devices aren't necessarily listening to use so that what you're saying that Hey I really like leopard print and leopard print you showing up in your in your feet because some computer is listening. you take her computer is predicting you. we are so absolutely tracked in everything we do every place we go on the internet every different like that we had on Facebook everything that we do in the end Instagram or whatever that there are no giant databases about you and people like you and it's eight and it's really relatively easy to target very very very specific subgroups like people who like rockabilly and collect guitars and live in Chicago and wear all black. a group for the socks. right. ruby is actually it is absolutely trivial for this the amount of data that is available about you is just. overwhelming there's actually a documentary on Netflix called the great hack and it talking about Cambridge analytica and all the other things and he once you realize what's going on there yeah this is where we're in a really interesting world were every one of us could be really have the advertising targeted us just a very very pointed way where I can sit there and say I want people in Pasadena possible I need to track just be the the whole thing I think. that really was a a a red herring basically the the United States government is thinking about creating this advanced research projects agency performed Beastie Klay like DARPA entered it was great I mean darker came up with the internet became a unix to kick off the cloudy can't with GPS Seery web conferencing any now I want to do it with health data and looking for more days they are say in our European would normally behavioral signs of someone headed towards a violent explosive act no I can't imagine what bike fit it would tell me now but that I'm headed to some sort of a violent exploits the explosive act that said if you take that data. from an combine it with data from other smart devices like apple watches Amazon echo Google homes along with information from your health care provider slate the radio grasp lake. even can't analysis white has our cause yeah it it's really actually pretty simple to. kind of identify certain behaviors that might be a warning sign I would also say that if you really want to track. what you do is you track for somebody cell phone location and this is where it gets real scary and and for those who are are big fans of the second ma'am and I'm going to send a chill down your spine there's really nothing stopping the government right now tracking how many times you go to a gun right. or how many times at our how many times you go hang out at at certain locations by tracking your cell phone so. this is something that would be like a red flag the wooden makes them look to you first I think I can read it but I don't think there's any any law that prevents them all yeah. everything's which you can do is if you really want to kind of make yourself. not not even on the internet could you can't be hidden on the internet but some things you can do there is a browser plugin that I've been recommended for a long time it's got a really silly name and it's from the Electronic Frontier Foundation a call privacy badger. and privacy about your work to chrome Firefox opera Firefox an android. does is you can solve this whole this whole thing your browser and it sends a trigger to all the websites that you're visiting say do not track me track me I don't want to be tracked. now if the site. ends up finally the network norm reads it what ends up happening is this privacy badger is going to look for tracking cookies and if it sees the same tracking cookies on three more or more different web sites it blocks does how so what it's meant to do is there are cookies that are being put on your computer some computer good like you you know it's it's it's your card to get back into a website some some of tracking for site to site to site so privacy badger says okay you're you're you're working too much information about this for seven o'clock you and absolutely free of charge tracker blocking. outgoing make clicking for on Facebook Google Twitter this is a three just do a Google search for DFS twice privacy badger I really recommend installing that on your browser will just run in the background it just sits there until you start going out on the internet. it just sits there in the background running all the time and again hunter foundation is a not for profit organization at that is very very famous highly respected and you don't have to worry about losing any

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Eleven Year And Fifty Years discussed on Lars Larson

Lars Larson

03:12 min | 3 years ago

Eleven Year And Fifty Years discussed on Lars Larson

"The constitution for the most part gives anybody the right to sue anybody or anything for almost anything and of course an awful lot of lawsuits will claim that somebody's rights have been violated but the the the lawsuit was before a federal judge really took the cake it asserted that humans and animals and future populations of planet earth have a quote right to wilderness I think you can guess what even a a verily liberal judge and a liberal part of the United States would say about that but we'll get to the the ultimate decision next instead I want to bring on Michelle Pardo who is with a big law firm called Wayne Morris of firm that's here in the Pacific Northwest although Michelle works on a Washington DC Michelle welcome to the program thanks for having me so tell me about this lawsuit A. L. D. F. animal legal defense fund at all versus the United States who was involved who was bringing the suit and what were they wanting as a remedy yeah this is a really interesting lawsuit this is frightened federal court out in the district or or again and it was brought by the group that you mentioned the animal legal defense fund an animal activist groups another group called ceding sovereignty and several individuals including an eleven year old child that had alleged that the the United States government had been decisions when it failed to basically stop or eliminate carbon intensive industries from polluting the environment from contributing to climate change an injury that they claim they suffered in this lawsuit was the injury to their right to wilderness their right to be on bothered and AT T. inability to experience nature and all types of outdoor recreational things that they like to do and the police basically blamed a whole host of events on climate change in the United States government failure to prevent or to roll back climate change now they they made this is serious lawsuit now Michelle you're you're the attorney in fact you're a partner in the firm so you're a you're a big deal attorney I'm I'm just a high school graduate I've read the constitution though I can't find a right to wilderness in there is there one no there's not an actually there's been quite a bit of cases over the years where somebody has tried to argue that they have a constitutional right to a certain kind of environment a pollution free environment and many times there's a lot of judicial precedent this has been squarely rejected there is no such constitutional right and the reason why they were trying to argue that they had a constitutional right to do that is because they didn't bring this case properly there are mechanisms under a different statute to the government when you have a problem with something they've done and they did not bring that lawsuit there because it would have been impossible to their basically challenging about fifty years of federal government environmental agricultural energy and economic policy and I think a lot

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"verily" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"verily" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"verily" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"verily" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That day verily that's why I created patriot software to help small business owners do their payroll taxes correctly with pay stubs and if you need help we'll help you for free good a patriot software dot com and enter promo code radio and I'll give you two months of payroll processing free that's patriot software dot com you make a million tough business decisions every day so here's the easiest one of the year dell's Black Friday in July is back and bigger than ever get no brainer deals on the very latest computers with Intel core processors and a huge selection of servers electronics and more all with free shipping on everything to make your decision even easier dell small business technology advisors can help you find just the right tech call eight seven seven by dell that's an easy call to make an eight seven seven by dell or visit dell dot com slash small business the savings are heating up at your Burlington store what's hot scores for the family available in endless styles in sizes shorts tees active wear dresses the sandals Burlington's back what time the brand name by now we're now looks for less and don't miss out on the latest summer fashions some styles and clearance now hurry in and save up to sixty percent off other retailers prices every day find your nearest Burlington store at Burlington dot com Burlington style for everyone are you your home and your family ready for another long hot summer Hey it's mac Watson for American vision windows American vision windows was built on trust integrity and values and they know what it's like to live through a long hot summer here in the valley so make sure you protect your home and your wallet this summer from American vision windows right now you can get a free upgrade to the sun shield extreme heat protection technology plus they'll pay the tax on your new windows also they've got a new product line the wood clad luxury series these are custom windows that fit your home your budget and design my wife and I replaced our windows in our home in twenty fourteen and within twenty four hours we noticed a huge difference and you will too not only in your family's comfort but also your energy bills so make sure you call American vision windows today for eight OO four two to sixteen thirty two four eight OO four two to sixteen thirty two or go online American vision windows AZ dot com American vision windows go with the best ROC twenty six seventy five ninety nine tails Black Friday in July is bigger than ever save on business computers with Intel core processors plus servers and electronics all with free shipping dell small business technology and advisors can help you find the right tech call eight seven seven by dell that's eight seven seven by dell here's more of the best of bruising chains and Pamela Hughes GTA are news ninety two three FM Arizona is news station.

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"verily" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"verily" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm Michael Toscano. The annual wrangling over domestic spending begins a new today as President Trump says his plan for the next fiscal year to Capitol Hill it cuts domestic spending by five percent, while hiking military spending more from correspondent Boris Sanchez. The president asking for thirty five billion dollar increase in defense spending over last year, including eight point six billion dollars for as long promised border wall. And it's actually the first time the Trump administration is looking to get border wall funding for more than one source five billion dollars from customs and border protection. And an additional three point six billion dollars in military construction funds from the Pentagon for democratic chairman of the house budget committee, John Yarmuth of Kentucky caused the cuts to domestic spending dangerous if the opium airlines now says both the cockpit voice recorder and the digital flight data recorder has been recovered at the site where one of its brand new Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight jetliners went down after takeoff from Addis Ababa correspondent David McKenzie. Tells us recovery of the bodies of all one hundred fifty seven people on board is a slow process. They are taking the body is or what's left of the passengers taking them to try and ID them. They are tragically taking the belongings that they find I've seen one group of Red Cross workers piece together an idea of someone who is on this plan. Another Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight went down in Indonesia back in October leading several countries to ground all of theirs here at home prices at the gas pump are on the rise. As we hear from Scott Carr. This is a rapid gem industry analyst trilby Lundberg says the price of the pump is actually nine cents lower than it was a year ago. But the average price of regular gas is up six cents a gallon over the past two weeks to to fifty we have a nineteen cents climb over the past eight weeks and will probably come up a few more cents before it's done pre market trading on Wall Street has stock futures verily narrow mixed the head of the opening bell. I'm Michael Toscano. If you have.

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"verily" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"verily" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Senator John McCain. She's also the chair of the board of trustees of the McCain institute for international leadership at ASU. Why are we having her on interesting phenomenon goes on with every Super Bowl it's called sex trafficking? And Cindy McCain has made it her life's mission to not only bring more awareness, but try to eradicate it. She's worked on a number of issues a number of policies. We're going to talk to her about the weekend about Atlanta about trafficking here in Arizona as well. We talked to her. I haven't talked to her and talk to the death of her husband Meghan, McCain joins us once a week week for monthly exclusive. But we haven't talked to Cindy McCain. Wow. So that'll that'll be cool. That's it to three thirty. Okay. How much information do you really want from your shoes rate point grey question because I guess Google has a sister company. Yeah. And I'm ready to buy everything from it. I don't care. Google LA, Google is awesome. But if your shoes could track your weight as well as your steps would you buy those shoes, they are smart shoes? It's smart footwear that has sensors embedded to monitor your activity level, which could be used to identify systems a symptoms like sudden, wait. Yeah. It's going to tell you you're going to die. No. It's not going to tell you. You're gonna die. Well, then it can be a sign of disease like congestive heart failure. While you got the apple watch that keeps track of your heart. Now, you can have your heart. Right. Yeah. You can have smart shoes that can do that. After you the piece of pizza, it could guilt you into why did you eat that piece of pizza? You just gained four pounds in about five minutes. You know, what I'm thinking about doing thinking about trading in my iphone for a older, iphone smaller? Really? Yeah. Because I'm saying, I don't need it. We don't need all this stuff. I don't need to know my heart rate. I don't need to know that I've gained two point seven pounds because I gorge last night. During the Super Bowl. I don't need it you need it. Because if you start gaining weight, it'll shame you and then you'll say, hey, at least. Always gonna shame me MAC, you just gained four pounds. But the hoagie down. Also, it's kind of like, an Alexa voice in it. I think that'd be great. Oh, you're too fat. You're gaining weight. All right coming up next. Becky Lynn's got the news. We come back as we said is the Super Bowl the largest sex trafficking venue on the planet. We're going to ask someone who fights against this every day. Cindy, McCain joins us next. Home.

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Google's sister company, Verily, might be making smart shoes that track your weight gain

Mac and Gaydos

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Google's sister company, Verily, might be making smart shoes that track your weight gain

"How much information do you really want from your shoes rate point grey question because I guess Google has a sister company. Yeah. And I'm ready to buy everything from it. I don't care. Google LA, Google is awesome. But if your shoes could track your weight as well as your steps would you buy those shoes, they are smart shoes? It's smart footwear that has sensors embedded to monitor your activity level, which could be used to identify systems a symptoms like sudden, wait. Yeah. It's going to tell you you're going to die. No. It's not going to tell you. You're gonna die. Well, then it can be a sign of disease like congestive heart failure. While you got the apple watch that keeps track of your heart. Now, you can have your heart. Right. Yeah. You can have smart shoes that can do that. After you the piece of pizza, it could guilt you into why did you eat that piece of pizza? You just gained four pounds in about five minutes. You know, what I'm thinking about doing thinking about trading in my iphone for a older, iphone smaller? Really? Yeah. Because I'm saying, I don't need it. We don't need all this stuff. I don't need to know my heart rate. I don't need to know that I've gained two point seven pounds because I gorge last night. During the Super Bowl. I don't need it you need it. Because if you start gaining weight, it'll shame you and then you'll say, hey, at least. Always gonna shame me MAC, you just gained four pounds. But the hoagie down. Also, it's kind of like, an Alexa voice in it. I think that'd be great. Oh, you're too fat. You're

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Alphabet's Verily has been working on health-tracking shoes to measure movement, weight and falls

The Economist Asks

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Alphabet's Verily has been working on health-tracking shoes to measure movement, weight and falls