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"m. l." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"All right M. L. by the way about people being fearful and everything else there's a cut I just I just love this people are not buying corona beer seriously because you think somehow it has the name corona on it that it will somehow you will get the corona virus from corona beer I mean this is a this is the ludicrous stuff that happens people just don't use their heads are gonna are as as as grown on I better not bring that I think this probably be a good time to go buy some corona beer I don't know if it taste any good maybe that's the problem but if you're like corona beer my gosh the you should get a discount for right now I think they're looking for customers what else do we got we got P. O. that's the other thing I do not understand we've done shows in the past for those of you in Florida remember I you bunch of you've got could not believe that I said hoarding is actually a good thing they were passing all these laws during hurricanes at you can't hoard water and gasoline stuff like that and I made an economic argument about why it actually helps I get that in a hurricane but why are people buying up a cooler in the shelves at grocery stores for what what is it that you are getting that you that you think you'll need now and you won't be able to get later eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Dave Byrd in Davis California the home but where we have them the mysterious lady right hi David are you could have got it done are you Douglas good what do you think well I love one of my credentials is I'm a pandemic response and preparation instructor and I've been paying very close attention to what's been going on with the coronavirus cobit nineteen but are they want to call this week right and I just wanted to give some insights from somebody who deals with things like this on a larger basis what do Estonians say this again so you are a one of a pandemic I would say that again what your current okay I want my credentials is handed response and preparation instructor how I work with is how many did you need the team how did you how did you how did you get into bed that it sounds like it's like a one in one million job I mean did how did you go did you get up one day and say or but extra they throw at you and said be ready for this what do you have all night my background I I I fully workrate large government agency that deals with veterans nice so how did how did the pandemic preparation thing get thrown at you I'm curious your fascinate what happened was sure sure thank you my background was yelp maritime security and all hazard response and I was working with our groups with the county in the state of California in order to re write manuals and emergency response manuals and things like that and I got it with the staff of the cal state maritime university and it was right a swine flu is coming out and people are expecting a contact pandemic of the salt the San Jose police department when they have the federal instructors come in and teach a whole class to give us credentials for pandemic response instructor so we could go around and tell people how to do things how to prepare how to avoid the panic what to look for so the big question yes the big question now now you you know my background did they did they add any money to your paycheck for knowing this stuff of course not oh god I knew it I knew it so so now all of a sudden so here we have this corona virus like you said or whatever they call it this week has has anybody picked up the phone call to David David quick show show up it's an emergency nine one one what what are they doing well usually I get bunch of I get panicked emails I get of a lot of people my favorite ones are the people I tell them what to do they immediately say I don't believe you I'm like yeah okay that's that's a few pure product yes but I I hold it down and I answer questions for people especially when they when they come about yes that's right the next time I sit down and do an actual class will probably be up here I could probably run this hopefully this week but it will be giving the details of what the piracy is what to look for how it's transmitted and basic steps you can take okay all right I don't know if I can beg and borrow your time but I've got a hard break you've got to take for the bottom of the hour if you can wait I have questions Hey you are.
"m. l." Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Progress M. L. B. eleven the players went down the route of of having the all star game being back to what it always was which was the a big mid summer celebration and separated from the all star ever from the World Series all the love and I think it's important to have it as a standalone offense and when you have it as a standalone event and it becomes one that does not connect to October at all you can have more fun with it it doesn't have that same serious tone and the more that baseball can have events during the course of the year that that are fun that are a little nontraditional we're gonna see it this year with the field of dreams game between the Yankees and and the white Sox month of August we use the internet in Williamsport with the game the conjunction with all of the World Series we have seen it internationally this year the there isn't another series played in Mexico is this one of Mexico City that there are a lot of unique things that break up the monotony of the of the schedule and and I do think guys and having more access and more color around it interesting interviews in in an on field mikes I think really do a lot to grow the game and they can gauge the fans in a way that I think all of us would like to see happen more often you know we knew this on this new rule that was announced was coming the three batter minimum do you think it makes for a better game is it a quicker game how do you feel this will have an impact on the field so are are you in my opinion on the three better minimum I I am a traditionalist more of a traditionalist in this regard I I'd like to rule as a was previous and one of my one of the ways to look at it going forward here is that we we have seen in the past in increase in offense late in the games and and and at the time this idea about the three better minimum came around the it was the issue of of pace but also bullpens right a very dominant AB at the time that conversation started and and now there were there was more late inning offense in twenty nineteen the what we have seen in recent years and so I'm just not sure that it's entirely necessary in my opinion I I also have that fear of what happens if somebody is on the mound and and has a hard time locating the ball that you have to watch him walk the two or three batters in a role it does that really help the base of the game I would submit the answer to that is no so I I I am all for measures that will increase the the pace of action I thank the commissioners and a lot of great work on this on this front a but this is one area where I I do like the the the state of play as it existed for a long time in the game and I'm not sure that this will ultimately speed up the game if it does and that's wonderful but I I am not sure that it's going to have the desired effect that that was it that was initially intended to have and by the way I I will commend them only for being the technical on this front there's there's no promise is going to continue into perpetuity if it doesn't work in twenty twenty there's no reason why they can't have a different approach a twenty twenty one Jon Morosi final question thanks for spending a little time with us this is this divides baseball people this this question I'm on one side of it I would like to see baseball move back to limiting ships to actually have a hash mark I think it opens up more bass running opportunities more runners on base which I think a lot of people have an issue with would you like to see baseball address defensive ships yes I will I would enter the governor has worked there is fine that's a nice simple approach I think one of the one of the issues the game is as bad confronted with here in recent years is the total saturation of information and I think it's certainly good to to a point and it helps people make decisions and and that's wonderful but when you start to slow the game down I would I would much rather have the hash mark that you mentioned and limit limit the amount of times you can ship during an at bat as opposed to the three better minimum which I think me as the same end goal of speeding up the game but I I just I'm not sure it's going to be as effective as a would be to say listen with the balls of when the ball is is on the mound and the British very be delivered you're not gonna have guys switch inside the field of moving all over the place you short right field because that takes time to and an auxiliary ships can take a good amount of time to put in place and so for my opinion I I like the flow of the game and the editing was anything that keeps the game moving at its normal true pace is what you want to see and so from my perspective I would rather be I'm a much greater fan of of keeping those those defensive markers there to do it others is out of second base and then going back to the lack of a three better middle there for the ball that common ground we found it right there Hey John Morosi Friesen for a reason in Ann Arbor and enjoying it I know you'll be in spring training soon we appreciate the chance to visit with the it is very very low the conversational we'll see at the Wolverines find a way to get off of is this a great start but I've I've got confidence in coach our you're down the stretch all right all right thank you Johnny a little mistake in the rich Eisen show because that's the rich Eisen show so there has to be a little Michigan love and I do like Jim on Howard and Michigan I like great guard was constantly just a little bit more it's just a it's just the color scheme issue I'm a big red and white guy the show was amazing blue show for whatever Rowling either because I'm not one other yeah one reason is a good one I let me tell you this Capital One is reimagined banking by offering savings and checking accounts no minimum fees no fees rather no minimums and one of the nation's best saving rates Capital One what's in your wallet approval required Capital One N. 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"m. l." Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We went above and beyond and fired them M. L. B. also acknowledge that the player should not be punished for the failure of our leadership the leaders enabled condone and did not stock those actions that happened okay so he said you know how sorry we are it will never happen again and of course he wants to blame Lou now inch nobody else I know he's he's getting off on this I haven't done anything wrong he's gay he actually said that this morning yeah he said I should not be held accountable he said that I don't know why how the owner doesn't step up and and take one for the team I had nothing to do with steady made Alex Bregman get up there here's Bregman now okay make in this state I have some brief remarks that I'd like to share with you all I'm really sorry about the choices that were made but my team by the organization and by may I have learned from this and I hope to regain the trust a baseball fans I would also like to thank the Astros fans for all of their support we as a team are totally focused on moving forward to the twenty twenty season thank you wow that's pretty quick thank you I don't know either I wasn't very in depth I'm really sorry he's like reading it though something thank you clearly yeah I'm from the heart why does is now are you like already thanks go not gonna win too many fans I'm sorry all right let's give a I am sorry let's give Jose don't tear my sure to have a buzzer underneath food he went from being the most beloved little mighty mite to now the guy who's you know guys were a buzzer like he's like that he's a what's his face Dolph Lundgren on the treadmill nice man I got a great what he give me four on that with the way he wouldn't take your shirt off in the post game celebration when he give me for that and Al Pacino and Johnny Depp and Donnie Brasco member calls are going to have the Japanese sushi and they go over to take your shoes off and dump on do it because that's where he's got three he's got Michael down there he's recording everything for the FBI a once a beaten up the poor guy beats up the guy to the Japanese restaurant because you sure you want take shoes off similar thing it's a shame Cossatot it's all a shame so anyway out to may I'll to vision might even want a bus or what he was up there says I'm saying who knows we had a great team meeting last night and I wanna say the the whole house was organization and the team or feel bad about what happened in in in twenty seventeen who is specially failed remorse for the impacting our fans and the game of baseball and our team is the terminator two to move forward to play with intensity and to bring back a championship to Houston in in twenty twenty them thank you so can brief statements he was a little more shaken and Bragman is Lamar nervous because that buzzer I'm really sorry I'm really sorry the buzzer al to any I'm sorry thank you I love the thank you at the end too I am really sorry about everything you guys so thank you he goes with is now crane comes back an answer some queue in a wide in the players get punished why not Jim I also agree that our player should not be punished for these actions these are a great group of guys who did not receive proper guidance from their leaders we cannot change the actions of the past but we are fully committed and moving forward in the right way one of Paul's on grade yeah I don't know my players punish their leadership in the going on raise I'm gonna far you can skate this amplifier everybody but I didn't do anything wrong there's do yeah it is throw the people under the bus thank you thank you I'm really sorry for everything okay so finally somebody asked him about you know were you involved or at least make a statement about his involvement go ahead is Jim crane on his involved okay clearly the report states that I didn't know about it had I known about it I certainly would have done something about it I did did hires Jeff and I think Jeff did a lot of great things for the organization over the years you know no I don't think I should be held accountable I'm here to correct it and I'm here to take this team forward with dusty and and James and as I said it won't happen again on my watch find us on that on all I know is I didn't do anything wrong I should not be held accountmate easy as that and not me I think I'll Murfin.
"m. l." Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I'll be right back we have a twelve year old German shepherd named though she and she became an overweight teen green because and why then about four years ago we found out she had several vertebrae together he was unable to walk that hold as though she was going to have to be the nine got to do something M. L. B. I. T. back number seventeen starting the done by and he from day one has loved it no longer stinky he is full of life dynamite heel I know by is traction I really recommend that whole not wait until that recommend euthanasia you have to get them on the on a bike ride away while they're healthy going to fight for life you won't be we'll be I am not S. last couple days can be more for we don't know what a range gonna do to retaliate weekday mornings six to ten but here's what I do these same people are telling us World War this is same people that just a few months ago said recessions recessions come to the same people that were dead wrong about a recession coming I'm not telling you World War three is coming you know it's crazy all these commentators on the stupid cable.
"m. l." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And M. L. S. consumer access let me say one more thing I think that's gonna happen all day on this program let me say one more thing I am so sick and tired of anybody body in the press coming to me and saying do you know what you did to divide this country yes yes I admitted and it's nothing like you did now it's nothing like you've been doing for the last three years shocked the hell up do you know what your doing to divide this country only ever ever say that to me again don't ever say that to me again you are so you are living in some sort of Fantasyland illusion that you've created for yourself you are so unaware of who you are and what you're doing how dare you don't ever ever say that to me again okay now American financing American financing you know that helps you wanted when you were young the one you always thought you wanted your body because it was in your price range because you wanted to start a family but mostly you bought it because you were an adult and that's what adults do but the mortgage was expensive the house was a lot of work and all of life's other little surprises came to visit you the way they visit all of us at some point or another now you're a little older hopefully a lot wiser and it's time for you to move to the next house but because you are really a.
"m. l." Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Dot com we have a twelve year old German shepherd named Sophie and he became overweight he greasy coating and wide and about four years ago we found out she had several vertebrae together he was unable to walk that hold that so she was going to have to be the nine got to do something M. L. B. I. T. back starting the non bite and he from day one has loved it no longer stinky he is full of life dynamite heel I know by is traction I really recommend that whole not wait until that recommend euthanasia you have to get them on the on a bike ride away while they're healthy going to fight for life you won't be your dog will be party in the media I believe the American people are stupid and will fall for anything just give him some time and you will say the motivation behind the same featuring president trump is political the truth but if you want to say that the constitution says that impeachment is whatever the house of representatives as it is that's a lie weekdays at four AM seven ninety that's what sleeping.
"m. l." Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Am dean Greenberg and I'm here with male Greenberg it's the dean M. L. shell filling in for Garrett while he's on vacation we want to hear from you as we go through different topics and different things we're talking about obviously politics and I could come to me also talking about things that happened over the last decade year and fifty years ago compared to where we are today and it's interesting it's very interesting we talked about the different impeachment between Nixon and and and trump we've talked about the different entertain isn't different things that have happened and Star Wars said the end of the show with the new and the new episode and the new the last movie coming out and and and all which is which is kind of cool but the biggest one that we talked about which is very interesting is that fifty years ago Israel elected gold in my area as a first woman prime minister and we're still waiting in America and we talked a little bit about when we going to get a good candidate as a woman and won't matter because she'll just be a candidate will manage she's a man or woman that just be a candidate that will help us to grow our economy and what we have right now is nothing but confusion fighting the vision and they wanna all blame it on trump and nobody wants to be accountable for the other side of what they do Hollywood doesn't want to be responsible the people that have done that to set things and done things that we've never seen before that it discussed it and the media doesn't come out and and hold them accountable and I don't want to be the last person right but I'm telling you I've never seen this before in my life and I've been doing this a long time how what it's such a bias to one side than the other that you have to fight on the other side and you know and I know that the right isn't always right and it's not all the truth and everything else and will never going to know that but I always compare this to when Kennedy was shot okay all right when Kennedy was shot you heard all these rumors about the CIA and the FBI and all these other things and how they pinned it on as well but we just took it as it was you know why because we had no social media and I promise you if you think back to the day that Kennedy got shot and he's going down the street in Dallas Texas and in today's world everybody with their iPhones would be filming it and somebody would have caught where that bullet came from how the bullet tense who is there was it in there it was it up stairs in the coming out the window was it over the grassy hill nobody really knows because we saw but if we had social media if we had the technology of today there's no doubt the truth will come out even though I do believe they knew the truth and and that we just never will not because it was able to be hidden today it's the complete opposite it's not that we know the truth they make up the truth they make up what you want to hear what they want you to hear in most people unfortunately in America are just getting their talking points for me the CNN MSNBC.
"m. l." Discussed on KOMO
"O. M. L. we've been talking about open enrollment that's going on for just a little bit longer and receive a lot of people are just now figuring out what their plans are what they want to do whether it's Medicare whether it's healthcare all what should they do in which really be looking out for the first thing that you have to go and decide when you're dealing with Medicare should I stay with the plan that I have or should I even consider moving and many people who don't end up moving get some surprises the following year this would be in twenty twenty if you find out that you did not change of plans in your plan for example your drug coverage plan case to formally ari and your prescription drugs and no longer covered you don't want to find that out in twenty twenty you want to find that out now and you can go to Medicare dot gov and entered all the prescriptions that you end up taking and find out which other companies that are going to include all those prescription drugs on the formulary and then you can even then rank out and say which is the cheapest coverage that I can end up getting the bigger question of course is not drug coverage to be good question what happens generally is people are confused about should I go with Medicare advantage plans which about about a third just over a third of the people in America today now have tended to was Medicare advantage plans or should I stay with my traditional Medicare plan now of course in twenty nineteen the traditional Medicare plan F. as in Frank the bridge to the Cadillac was the best plan no deductibles no copayments you can see any doctor of your choosing you will never be out of but network because you can go all over the country as long as you can find somebody accepting Medicare and they're accepting your plan you you're never out of coverage out of network that man is going to go away you have a kissing cousin sitting up there next year that would be available and G. as in George at the next one step down from ten F. is not a bad plan but the question is who is talking about all this anymore because you have Medicare advantage plans and insurance companies seem to only want to talk about Medicare advantage plans because it makes them a little bit more money than traditional Medicare plans so you never hear about Medicare the traditional Medicare plans but is that the right option for you or is it is that Medicare advantage plan the only option if you don't look into all of these things do some research on your own you may not be getting all the right answers and of course one way you can get the answers is give us a call okay engine options dot com is where you'll find a lot of the award winning article I'm sorry your award winning blog articles so that's three three with the information I'm dying to talk about this topic receive your aging parents are the I'm prepared for I think that is probably the case for most everyone I know at least in my age bracket I manage an actor and we're not prepared well we are not prepared but in this article is talking about not only you but this that can be talking about your parents in in the sent me an idiot because they're list you and I will never know how well prepared up as for a kill the last minutes nobody talks about it nobody talks about the whole thing and then this is a motley fool article in his on the article starts it sounds like the makings of a sit com but depends may end up being with you if they haven't started saving for their own retirement life and analysis of the Harvard health letter using US census bureau data concludes that about three point four million people three point four million people over the age of sixty five are living with their grown children in twenty sixteen could that happen to you did you want to wait to find out when your unprepared for the whole thing or do you want to start doing something proactively it's a wonderful article for both parents if you feel your little vulnerable you don't have the financial debt to be able to weather the storm all the way to the end you kind of concern but embarrassed to talk to your children or your a child and he has some suspicions about the whole thing but no one's talking to you about any of this stuff these are issues that you want to be talking about today and how do you start the conversation we have doing that is go to one of the open seminars that we end up doing it as a family and I promise you after that the conversation.
"m. l." Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"m. l." Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"M. L. A.'s number one hit music station this call trend is taking over social media so you know when it comes to having a baby everyone does the gender reveal we did a show I did it myself did your sister at the fireworks here with the confetti and so now apparently people are doing it with college acceptance letters and basically revealing to their families what colleges they're going to be going to so before it was like but with this it happened when we went to college it was just like you found out now is it because there's no social media all I only get into one that I applied for colleges yeah but I got one it was my local state school right and so a lot of people now they before they would just take a picture with all of the gear of that college and just post it and that was kind of cute but now it's like taking the next level and they're popping out of boxes with the balloon colors they're doing cupcakes that have the same colors of whatever school they're going to and is this trend that's taken over YouTube and social media and everywhere and so I think some people are like it's a little over the top but I think it's cute exciting because this is such a big milestone for these kids I look I think in life if something is big enough in your world and in your life and you can celebrate celebrate don't not celebrated double negative I know teachers appreciate if you feel like you celebrate celebrate local with the with the file I DO to do it like I want to some really special for my sister when she found out it was a girl so what we did was I found out when she found out but some of the people that we know found out first and we did like surprise fireworks in the color of pink so amazing it's pretty cool I let me know if it's gonna be pink or blue yeah yeah waiting looking this guy and they were ping ping ping ping it's a girl to girl that's so exciting though and so I don't think that's like it's for them it's like as as equivalent to having a baby almost because this is like a big step in their lives that they're going to college leaving home for the first time and a lot of what they do is they'll most of these kids got accepted to a bunch of schools no that was in our case but let's say they applied to seven schools and got into all seven they'll put cupcakes of every single one of the schools on display being like these are all the schools I got into and in which one are as I am I going to it it's like a big build up and then we're celebrating also more because they get to post it so let's be on that's what it's all about it's all about grand yeah it's all the posting on what a in on on that shouldn't drive it but that is why people going to great lengths I mean why do you think I showed you my fridge more by the way for the grand I was shamed you are okay first what you were not sheen I read every single comment I've got a tenth this time I get a hobby so what you want to see next okay next I think we should see either like some sort of clothing like a closet of some sort or maybe a bookshelf and what you're reading number two of them boring maybe your Netflix account like what you've been watching your medicine cabinet would be good to know you don't have any medicine there's like other things yes a lot of other things grooming products yeah I would love to see your bathroom my Polish skin care line yeah I got my my rose in Santa would tolerate colognes they're white that's it that's it you just have white towels yeah and I rolled them face he's not about what color is your tile I don't know how slippers I do I love to see those come up with a consensus this is way too all over the place I will I roll my tells because they're easier than folding them somehow interesting probably not space not like my ex is me so it's not like a space is not worried about in this home so how long my kitchen junk George I see that all I would like to see my not store what is in your junk drawer vitamins in knots knoll the pantry would be nice follow up to the refrigerator it's free jazz rate yeah so exciting definitely pantry you will see the pants yeah I'm like other baskets in their water is sure others baskets pretty organized the financial year containers I do yeah you don't put your stereo either Sir on the containers and I do I just started doing that it's like a game changer it looks so nice it looks beautiful really does I like done with cereal boxes never again my page is pretty a makes you happy when you open it doesn't it all up I like that this my pretty I want to be done with the show just you could go home using all the Joe is roasting in the next.
"m. l." Discussed on WJR 760
"And they'd come up and they get close to a minute would be the instead my dad didn't want to touch it like a new get the stinky dog away from me even after we give her about she would still stay very stinky both bad breath and bad gas last of that and he said some dogs are just stinky does your dog it's scratch stink or should like crazy come to die to fight for help M. L. B. I. T. V. and make it three fatty acids flax seed Ranko felt the digestive enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food ingredients convinced me that it was definitely worth trying after about a week he started smelling normal my husband and I were really kind of astonished kind of bite is a tradition eight five nine four two eight one thousand D. I. N. O. V. I. T. dot com three two one and now here's something to think about the summer July and August when most burglaries occur right even so only one five homes have home security well maybe because most home security companies really don't make it easy simply safe is different their system protects every door window one room with twenty four seven professional monitoring you she was simply safe there's no contract no hidden fees and around the clock monitoring is just fifteen dollars a month what are the home security systems are triggered sometimes police assume it's a false alarm and the call goes to the bottom of the list but with simply safe they have video verification which allows police to which allows police to visually confirm the break in and get to the.
"m. l." Discussed on Embedded
"And I did a lot of my explorations using Jupiter notebooks. See Jupiter notebooks is kind of like an idea. The runs in a web browser and is very nice for being able to write things and run python code, and then be able to send all of that someone else. What made you choose that? I mean, this seems like the sort of project that I would run command line because I don't know. It's just me. Why notebooks? I think for me. Let's see a long time ago. I was doing I was using math Matica and mathematical like super exciting, and I really liked that you could kind of type code and then like at the plots kind of in line, and then you could like fiddle around with all the graphics and everything and so naturally when I started using python. When I discovered that there was this way to kind of get Mathematica like things python. I totally jumped on that. And it's pretty incredible. How I think in python if you like generate plots, and the image plops up you have to like, you know, close the windows over time, and you would say that, you know, it's probably only like a few hundred milliseconds of like delay. But when you have like a python notebook, and you have everything in front of you. It's just so nice to be able to kind of just open all of that another thing that I really like about using Jupiter notebooks. Is that especially when you're kind of hacking on these hardware pride? Acts or doing 'em. Oh, you like you're not gonna finish it in a day. It's going to take you several days. So every you're going to have to be taking notes anywhere. You're going to have to come back to your graphs and be like, oh my God. Like, what was I doing? What version of the code was I running here? And if you have everything in Jupiter notebook, you can type your own notes, you can have your graph there. You can have the exact kind of code you ran so everything's like really nicely packaged together. Just generally with M L, you're gonna try like ten different things. And like, you know, one or two of them are going to have only one or two of them are going to work, and you have to remember which ones worked. And so you can have your like paper notebook or you can have like a word, doc or Google doc in front of you or you can just have it all in one place. I I lived you put her notebooks. And you have made a great commercial for them. I should mention you did mentioned Mathematica if people are interested in checking it out with probably shouldn't they should probably do python Jupiter. But if you're interested. It's actually free for the raspberry pi. So you can get a free version for the respirate pi it's usually very expensive. But I don't know why they did that maybe because it doesn't run superfast on raspberry pipe. If people want to check it out. It's it's free. Okay, mathematics that was to such haven't used mathematics in years. And you mentioned psychic and psych. It learn these are pretty big libraries. And I usually think of them in line with tensor flow. Do you know the difference between psych it? Learn Penser flow. Yeah, I can speak to that a bit. So tensor flow is generally used for kind of deep learning and narrow networks, and you know, all the shiny stuff that you see in the news of nowadays, psychic learn more used for kind of of very kind of traditional machine learning. Whether I liked liked to call kind of applied machine learning. It's kind of, you know, your traditional set of machine learning tools that you're going to learn in kind of an intro machine learning class, it's not kind of deep learning. But it's just a tool kit of a bunch of machine learning models and algorithms that work and have been proven to work over a long over a long time..
"m. l." Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"If it feels like it knows the answer on its machine learning based, but we didn't want people using intercom to have to train the system in a very technical way. So we built this kind of UI where you can go in any contain on what your questions are what you want to answer them with on. We kind of looked around and didn't really see anything like a lot of prior art a lot of existing systems that were like what will. We really came to think of as a content management system for M L or like a UI for training and Emo unsold. So I I'm really excited about that idea of those things becoming a little less opaque to even very technical people. Like, oh Soo may, you know, be like active computer, scientists another one not from inch common. My favorite tools from last year was it's Colo dot AI. It was by like Mattis suit who is an early employee on. It's it's a similar idea. It's dragon drop system where you can build your own AI systems on. So that to me definitely feels like a frontier 'cause a lot of this stuff is just still really hard to build manually so to speak. It's interesting Lance to take the the may well be powerful enough in the biggest next frontier as she excessively not ability of. Routed, like even more algorithms, if you know what I mean changing tax cuts like we said, we're gonna talk spots off so ops..
"m. l." Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"If there's enough compute there, we could new give an M L model that would just simply count the cars at saw. Yes. And that's what the client does. Okay. They don't just do that they can detect if the drivers going the wrong way, which is very important that that would be an issue. Yeah. So they're looking to detective drivers going the wrong way. They're looking to count. How many cars they're looking to see how long a car was there. Right. They're looking to see for all kinds of metrics that can then help, you You know know. immediate resolution for immediate data. Let it, you know, if there's a traffic jam or if there was an accident at the intersection, and then the long-term analytics data of there's always traffic here at five o'clock, but one street over there isn't figure something out. Right. The thinking about machine learning model for traffic traffic like identifying an accident. That's an interesting machine learning problem because the no two accidents or the same. Well, but they all seem to have flashing red lights. Don't they only after the end of them? I'm thinking about before the rushing, right? Get there. I wanted to call for the flashing red light detecting smoke would be one thing you could probably do probably I think there's also usually two cars much closer together. Right. Accident at least two right? Have you done a lot of the machine learning work like training, those kinds of models? Not in like, so whenever I've done the machine learning where there's there's like the machine there's the people who can do new research style machine learning, right? I have done. None of that. I've done the thing where the person who made the new machine learning research. I then took that in reapplied it to something put into the device, right? So the trained model like the the whole thing is there's only so much horsepower on that poll, but probably enough to run the model not enough to make the model. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You definitely can't make the martyr on those. Well, technically, you came but not within a reasonable length that hey, guys hold that thought right there while we take a moment for this. Very important message. Thank Carl here. If you enjoy music to code by you or someone, you know might be interested in the app, which I've generically branded music to flow by see what I did there..
"m. l." Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"It's a burden. It's a curse on your family and proverbs. It says, the borrowers slave to the lender. And so I feel like everyone's like, yes. It's so it's just not wise. And so that's my thing over and over again. Again, it's not a send for believers out there, but it's just not wise. If you can truly live on less than you make you create that budget which is going to be your roadmap for your life financially. It's amazing that you can do it because again, it's it's the standard of living that we've set for ourselves. That's unattainable the fact that we all have to have two cars Levin this type of house in this part of town. And do you know how these close this lifestyle? Our world is created, which is just crap. It really is who says that that's supposed to be and and stuff is okay. And I always tell people this to that. It's okay to have nice stuff. Just don't let your nice stuff have you. Gosh, and it can have you yet by going into debt because you're not a slave to that car. You're a slave to that person that you charge for like your sleep to that, but also emotionally money can own people and stuff can own people mostly. Were you think my happiness. My identity is wrapped up in that thing or that type of lifestyle and stuff can have you, and that's an empty path and we can talk about that too, but. That's an empty road and we all you know, if you're a believer, you know that stuff is not gonna make you happy. It's a new car and you go, wow, this is really great. Like this car is really nice, but I like I literally don't feel any different. You don't feel any? No, you going to enrich m. l. and get. We'll go back on debt, but yes, and I had that moment I teach about this again. It's so funny day in and out. But God still puts these lessons in front of me. And there was these pair of shoes that I've wanted for years. It's brand. I don't even want to say the brand. I don't know if I should, but it's a brand and very expensive. Yes, but like it's stupid pricing and it's like I would never pay that much repair sheets. Right. I've always said that, but I'm like that Paris. You could just have one pair of that brand new. And I've said this for years and probably four years because even when my first book came out, my dad was like, you know, take your first.
"m. l." Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Whereas on WS it's perhaps less easy. Sorry, the deployment pipeline. When I got there for deploying shop was basically spin up a VM Gazeta, restaurants, vans, and then deploy into this windows box and run it. And that deployment pipeline was very slow because you've been up new VM up. Windows is slower, and then you still your package on it and then run it. And so it was a slow pipeline. They wanted to make it foster. He could've done this. We could haters who just weren't while that was the next step route. We went to like, well, this is too slow. Let's look at containers, but containers work vessel money. And I think that point in time they went windows containers, rum. So we will like, okay, we need to run sheriff shop application on lenox. So let's look at money. So we tried to run our f- shop app on Monday. And for some reason that we never managed to figure out Mona was just incredibly unstoppable force. And I'd, I'd I, we still to this day. I don't know why is if I look out on the white, a web veal seems to have these problems, but we couldn't figure it out where no, how many f- sharp mono people I've ever heard of? Well, I, yeah, I feel like they must be some people using it because I say some other people online using MAC to do the if shop cuttings they must be using one I, but we just had we had problems with one eye Runtime which is said folks and just die on us randomly thought suitable. Yeah. And like this, we Conti we couldn't eat bugs that because you don't. You don't get stuck twice in your coat. You just get a full in the Runtime oil we're dead. Yeah. Now, thankfully, how the thing that we re that we were writing was basically 'Data processing back job. So when it crashed, it just race dotted and probably the next time. So it was irregular crashing wouldn't give that reproduce completely. It was completely random. It was. It was really bad. It was annoying. Sorry, we basically at that point throughout my hands and win win aid. We like we like this way of deploying things. We like using DACA. We wanna find something that will run better on on links and at the time f- shop dot net Coleman thing it to f- shop lagged behind on on dot net corridor. Those, yeah, it's still a bit behind, but I think it's probably good enough now that you could use it. And if we had it at the time, maybe would have, we would have stayed on shop. But a we sort of looked around and we went, okay, what are the things we about shop where we like all of the pure functional, immutable all that stuff. What we like the our stuff. Why don't we do all these exercises to learn functional programming techniques do them in Haskell like we had like lunch group who going through the Haskell programming from fist principles, which is a really, really good book for leading FA from the inning. And that's all in Haskell. So we will will, why don't we just try doing this in Haskell instead the lunch group to a solution, yes are like, say sake the have, I think to hack Athans a year, firmer correctly. So that was a hack loan coming up who had three is we could buy do with what we wanted. So like, well, why don't we try putting the core of our application from shop into Haskell and say, whether we can write the business logic? Can we write tests? Can we do a service coal? Can we raid some say in our can we do a bit of Rijeka and we sort of all of us went off and picked up one of those things and try to do it. And what we found was that the core business logic look very, very similar and Haskell to what. It. It didn't f- shop is by flanges have similar taxes of calls in the end. They will both m. l. m. l. ish based in they've got block intaking in that sort of stuff in the hold that thought right there. While we take moon for this very.
"m. l." Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"What's the structure of the E mail that goes through a a, I, it doesn't matter what it is for purposes of our conversation right now and outcomes. Guess it is fam- or does not spam such fuss vacation regression is when we actually have numerical relationship that we wanted to explore. So if we want to extend our Email example, that might be the probability that it spam. That could be interesting. It's probably not that interesting in a finance context, beta is a great example of regression. So the relationship between a stock in the market, a stock in a risk factor. That's an example of regression. Now, we know how calculate betas we use linear regression. Maybe that's not an interesting enough example for the purpose of our conversation about m. l. but if we do believe that Mel is just linear regression stacked over and over and over, then I feel perfectly comfortable. Talking about that and using it as an example of what I can do. Just in a very simple case, it might make sense to go all the way to the bottom of this to describe some of the terminology and how these tests are structured. Talk about things like over fitting air terms gradient, descent, etc. This might get a little bit wonky, but I believe that this is really useful to understand this stuff because if you think about it as magic, I think you're making a large mistake both as a user and practitioner of of the tools. So maybe we, maybe you could just describe a generic test using the terminology of the field. So talk about features, feature, engineering, testing, training, etc. Kind of walk through the life of a test, and then I'll poke and prod on different aspects of that to get your opinion about, we stick with our Email example. So we're going to classify an Email as either spam or not spam, and I apologize in advance to anyone out there who actually does this for a living. I'm gonna sort of invent this. We're gonna start with our input. So what are we actually gonna put into this model to let them make a decision for our purposes? Let's just say we take the text. Of the Email and cooling it subjects that the bunch of words. So the first problem we have is literally, how do we get that into the computer? We can't just copy and paste it. The model needs it in a very specific way in needs, predictable way that's going to be common to all the emails that seeds. So we can't even give it a list of all the words because that list of words, one Email could have one hundred and other milk could have a thousand the models going to have a tough time differentiating between the two. So again, there's an entire wealth of literature just on this problem of representing data into the model, and I'll wait my hands a bit and say, we're gonna do something which is called a bag of words. Bag words is basically a long list of ones and zeros, and each index in that list represents a word. So Aardvark is the first index zebras the last one. And if you have a one in the first place, that means Aardvark appeared in the Email. And if you have a one in the last column them zebra appeared in Email and by doing that, we can represent what words appeared in any Email in a way that is the same length, the same shape, no matter what. Mail we received. So that's that's where we start. We need to get the day to inform that we can present it to the model step to and that's called it was the features very broadly. In this example, we just have one of them, so maybe we can introduce a second feature. How about the domain that the Email came from, that could be an important piece of data. So let's put that in. We'll call that our second feature there is a practice. You reference Patrick called feature engineering, and this would be if we had data that we weren't immediately sure whether it was relevant to our model or how to extract relevance from it than than we might actually sit here and brainstorm bit how we would either mathematically or qualitatively transformed that input data to make it more amenable to our model in finance, actually see this a lot with data that slog rhythmically or exponentially distributed so that you know, I'm thinking GDP numbers or something that scales with the size of a country that data, usually you want to transform it back into a linear space before you build a model on top of it..