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"vesic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You have the coolest job in the world. It's always, it's always great coming to see you guys. And so many thing I couldn't keep all the balls in here. No. This whole going green. Wait, wait, wait a second. My job is to get stuff off the ships and get it. But now I have to do it in a green way. But you clearly care about going green as well. I mean, it's obviously something that's top of mind for you. Right. And as you transition into this greener technology, that means upskilling and reskilling workers for those new jobs. The mechanic no longer works with a wrench, she or he can work with a computer. Gene soroka, great stuff, as always, gene stroke, he's executive director of the port of Los Angeles. He is our go to source for all things supply chain. He has been during the entire pandemic we appreciate him taking a few minutes and joining us here. And our Bloomberg interactive work for studio. This is Bloomberg. Now your company news headlines. And from Bloomberg world headquarters I do these Pellegrini Intel cutting its dividend payment to the lowest level in 16 years that's to preserve cash and focus on a turnaround effort we get more notes happening from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet, Charlie. Denise Intel is the biggest maker of computer processors and it is reducing its quarterly payout to investors to 12 and a half cents a share. Intel's current quarterly dividend is 36.5 cents and was projected to cost more than $6 billion this year. The new payment resets Intel's dividend to a level not seen since 2007. Denise. All right, thank you, Charlie. You know that new wildly popular chat bot chat, GPT well now there's where JPMorgan is curbing use of the AI powered app by staff. Bloomberg should Ali basic tracking those developments. Traders and we've been hearing this for weeks now, all across Wall Street, playing with Chad GBT for all sorts of functions. Whether that's helped creating a pitch book or how figuring out in an investment thesis or writing letters to shareholders and research notes. So yes, of course, JPMorgan is sitting there like many banks saying, wait a minute, we have not chosen this as our technology yet. And vesic also says one of the big questions about chert GPT and other AI powered Intel is what happens to parts of the business like bond trading that are
"vesic" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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Face throat or tongue or trouble breathing if experienced stop taking and go to the emergency room right away near metric interact with other medicines. Tell your doctor if you are taking fire busy. Mellow real in motherless fly tampa core on rip mall die jackson lynn. Oxen or sullivan sucks and eight. Vesic air tell your doctor if you have liver kidney problems. Common side effects include high blood pressure painter. Swelling the nose or throat nasal pharyngitis urinary tract infection in headache ad in reader's digest magazine. Or call. Eight five five six nine seven two three eight seven here real stories about how your batra can help o. A. b. symptoms at o. a. b. med dot com. And ask. your doctor could help you. That's oh a b. m. e. dot com on the bobby bones. Show now jamie. Lee curtis has generally. Curtis how are you. I'm who was female. Voice was that doesn't mean we hired somebody to say school stuff. I don't know i wish i knew. And so weird. Like looking at your the bobby bones show. And then there's this woman's voice going jamie lee curtis played. Let's hear it again. It's like the voice of god in all of those award shows except it's a beautiful woman voice which i support is a god on the bobby bones. Show now jamie. Lee curtis he. Hey what what are your friends call you. Do they call you jamie. Jamie lee jamie lee curtis like what. What in normal life do people say. Probably jamie but a lot of people. Call me j. Because i i i'm haiku and everything i write i try to write as few words as possible and i often just right jay on emails and letters so lately people have been calling me jay. I will call you. Jamie lee curtis because you have been an icon in my life for so long. I feel like it would be disrespectful to not call you by your full name. I you know what. I honestly answer too. Many let's talk about this new podcast. That is up now iheartradio. Jamie lee curtis and good friends. Tell me about this. So i i'm good friend was born Do you play music. Play music yes okay. So there's a song called good friend by Emily king. I'm going to ask to play it at some point today It's a great song that starts with. If there's something i need i don't already have. I'm going to get it from a good friend. And when i heard that song i twitter stalked her I put out into the twitter verse. That i'm looking for. Emily king found her. I licensed her song. And i created a podcast because i knew that co vid and this very difficult year for everybody in the world has taken a toll obviously on our health and so many families words horribly impacted but i think it took a big toll on friendships and i thought i would do a podcast about being a good friend. What it means to be a good friend how to keep being a good friend how to let go of friends. And so that's what it's about and do you bring on your closest friends foes podcast. I bring on friends that i know And yet lena dunham who's my first guest on the podcast. I had never met. We had been to award shows together and done that thing that celebrities do they look at each other like bobby. If you and i ran into each other we look at each other. We'd go like this. We might do this. Yeah yeah clapped kind of do a like. I really like what you do kind of thing. And so lena's there my friend melanie griffith who i've known since we were twenty who were was best e and then we separated and then we've become besties again. Many many different people my husband. Christopher guest and his best friend david nick term. So they are intimate. Conversations are unscripted. Nobody's selling anything there. No books to sell. I don't do big intros. We just start talking. I have a lot of questions about your career. But you mentioned your husband. If i could say one thing about your husband In my lifetime. I think he has given more to me in entertainment in the movies and any other human being in the history of making movies like that is just he is what i consider my vibe in everything that i would watch and even honestly the office and parks and rec like without him. I don't feel like the stuff in the even exists. It doesn't and i agree with you. he is a singular talent. He is also incredibly smart. Very quiet very private where i am at open both out and i am. I'm the type of person bobby. You may not know this but undertook person. I'll talk to people in elevators. I'll talk to people when we go out to my kids. Say mom. Please don't make any friends tonight. I will talk to everybody whereas my husband will talk to no one well in looking at your career and i've seen so many of your movies questions that come to mind. Are i get really scared watching horror movies and you. You've obviously done a lot of them. You know we go back to the first halloween back in nineteen seventy eight. But i don't watch horror movies. Because i get so scared and have nightmares but with you would you ever shoot any of these and then have nightmares shoot them. Because you're doing it over and over again now. No no. No no no no. It's a movie. I'm we have a new halloween coming out october. Fifteenth cold halloween kills. It was supposed to be released last year. Kovic sort of killed et for a year and then we even another halloween. Next year called halloween end. So i am right now. Deep in the relationship with michael myers. It's incredible the work is so brutal and so beautifully made. So i understand bobby unlike you. I don't like them. But what i know. And i don't mean that. As an insult. I i'd read twilight and had nightmares like that's how sensitive my palate is too know having scary dreams. But i just wondered. If you're always with mike myers michael myers and that mask. And you're shooting. Does it go into your home life at all in you. So no nightmares none. Okay whenever love knives out loved your performance knives out. I think you just universally so well except it was that movie Read the script or knives out. Were you like oh. This is very interesting. I wonder how this is going to play out. Or did you know that was a smash. Oh god no no no no no there would be no way to note was a smash. Obviously the people were great. It was a big puzzle. And i was a little piece of the puzzle and i knew i just had to show up and do my work. I don't think anybody. Except maybe ryan johnson anticipated the expansion of that movie And they're making a sequel. Today there in greece right now shooting. A sequel a whole new family a whole news story with daniel in the center of it which is so great. Jamie lee curtis is with us through my life. One of the most present people that have been in television movies for me. So it's a real thrill to talk to you. She's got a new podcast out. That's called good friend. And so you know. As i as i watch movies in general i'm consuming them differently now as you are too. I'm sure because now in your mind we can buy a black widow at home right. Which is what. I did. But i look and i see. These movies are two and a half hours long. Now i want to ask you as a movie star. What is the perfect movie linked because two and a half.
"vesic" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
"The dictator indirect with more security media diamond Security in the seek an making a moving to the australian museum market And expanding their market ray chat for the application away would by protection offering. We're going to be joined by rob nobili. Who's the original south director in the building team. We've this here in the 'instead so look forward to speaking to rob regional sales director for the strike museum just joining the same rob. Thanks for joining us. Very good flight. The the lying. In mario side whether it's at your end as well but Maybe introduced this verse. Dick and maybe the is news. Put a team together and you're going to hit up the siles In it's a application away workload protection platform so introduces to your role in what you bet your background. I think that might explain. Why of the brought you on. Shelves originally from palo alto networks. Was that pelvic for around. Four and a half years as regional south niger. Looking up the queensland rockets wasn't planning on leaving the tap on the shoulder from vasic and the technology really jumped on me. It's very different very unique. Nothing quite lock on the market. So yeah it was just a no brainer athlete to come and lead the train business. Ingraham visa satin. Yes to the ceo states and united saying people joining the board people. Watch on chambers. Iran's for twenty five years. Jim ralph came on board on as one of the most well-known see says in the industry with the caliber of people who joining the company It was just a just decision of their enough in d- The best in san jose. They've been around. Company started in two thousand sixteen. So i had some very small smart people citing the company. People like Such gupta right away so as the people who is background rain software and and macher presses and chipsets etc built these from the from the ground up We now have fifty. Fifty payments originally started in two thousand sixteen. As i mentioned didn't have a product for silence who twenty nineteen however on voted a lot of defense contracts And us government when gi into twenty nineteen and obviously covered but labeled to to hit the ground running Grew the business quite rapidly in the us expanding to indian or middle east and may way here in charlotte so partly to grow the trae museum business though is sometimes It's sometimes the last one was a europe after the us In have you really clients hero. He's starting called. So i started So employee number one and ben burtt who join me from palestinian. He's playing on. Tuesday is a regional technical. Drector offerings inside. L. mission is to grow up the tame we we want to build a channel business. Yes sorry already had quite a lot of success. And that's The partners who very onboard people like vitam solutions nations to fly. And they've been very supportive of us them and on the first female indigenous vesic Engineer created three. Roughly i up in queensland correct all started the locks all. I tries my partners carefully so. Ntt six and big national players. Very strong security practices bay bible dumped on bowed fairly early in fairly quickly and then a few niche partners. Such as q digital by. South korean queens. Well the guy down up web servic immaturity. So i try partners who had experienced within the past two very technically astute in the security space. These are people who before i took the role actually to and hey what do you think of these texts. And the general consensus from everyone was. Vc's game changing tech if it does what it says it did on pipe up and then it was going to be good side We control period of time. We've radio and voted on customer customer destroy bins july. He's extremely busy. We've payer vs bringing at least ten ten of the customers. We've got some launch intervenes. That way that we've Cutting the works. It's been spain. very very busy. Break ran popular short amount of time. So i bet we have the support of the of the channel in charlotte which is would sir. They're a good. Maybe that's a good segue to tell us what it actually does. Not in your game changing added to it. So what fly application level protection yet. Just get through the platform. Ron assessment of not. It's a software So basically it's it's the first and only application workload prediction platform and incorporate system and take reassurance application control memory protection in a single solution across the entire the entire workload so that workloads on premise in clattering containers. We are projecting the high slight. Add the memory layout and the way in the way blazer there and all the technologies that can do the full the full stop You know throughout throughout payden Technology we've been able to map map. Education ation does every application hasn't intended use alway doings robin chasing chasing bad. Which are conventional tools are doing through signatures in training etc way. Just enforcing good side. So we're extending the zero trust security and automating that process into the into the workload and enforcing a positive security model and so once we've mapped oldies prices falls libraries scripts etc. Where inside a vc's knowing good stopping anything malicious from happening so that that gives us the ability to stop the widest range of attacks on narin with noise signatures i primarily replied and take it that's using a an algorithm of aligning algorithm. And this is something that's been done at the network level that is now being done at the application level. Yes a nari sorry signed. Bc's a question Been an i and and what we're doing here basic way trying to change people's perception of how security website you know. We don't require any training. We don't require any ongoing learning So you know there's no. There's no base long period of science to be identified Doing essentially Through through the technology way to soon as we that sense oh onto the website we within a matter of seconds to identify all the processes over files scrapes etc and we and we met that instantly so we recreate that zero trust model in a matter of seconds. Is it an agent that goes.
"vesic" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
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