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Fresh update on "watson" discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

00:36 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "watson" discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"With the ten years a the poll question that i put up on shaun on filtered has sixty four thirty six in your favor. The nate nationally. People are taken mahomes over watson and i don't know about the local what they do but they put it up. The poll question A lot of people feel the same way. You do mike. I think it'd be a tough one to take if you said ten for ten. Obviously i think we know what will win that. But i think a lot of people lean towards. You'd be hard for me to make that decision because five extra years of and i'm thinking man maybe i'm getting the super bowl or two or another. Mvp but you may get four appearances in three mvp's outta mahomes and five years so it's a good point mike Tough decision man during those hours road. Andy reid and donovan mcnabb here in philly you know. Eat them one awesome. But man andy go back to the ninety nine draft. I mean andy. Never take number two with donovan. Mcnabb other quarterback then as out up until dante culpepper totally tours up yet with all fire till then. Mike and andy won a lot. He doesn't want a super bowl. There got to a super bowl but you want a lot of games. But it's amazing amazing. What quarterback like mahomes will do to get you over the top mike. Great to hear from you. It's been a while. I appreciate your brother. Thank you take care all right there you go. That's mike in philly. And yeah i you know i couldn't tell from philadelphia. Good all good. You know loves his sports though. And i think a lot of people i mean you know. Depending on how many votes yet were thousand plus in and in an hour and mahomes is up. Sixty plus to thirty plus. I actually surprised about that. I guess i shouldn't right now. Did just think about that regard. They hold him in right. That guy's on track to be right there with brady in terms of how talked about josh allen closed the gap more would four people. More people want josh allen their than home. Watts if people did i tell. Those people are stupid right so. It's not disrespectful. Not trying to be disrespectful. Josh allen but josh allens done it for one year so you're basically saying that the distance between mahomes and watson will be closer than anybody else over that timespan in this poll. It should be if it's not then. People are stupid fair enough sports. Seven ninety sean salisbury. Show much to discuss. We got a lot of talk about not only today but throughout the week. And jj watt Told you why that's about sports. Seven ninety dot com blog James comes to town emcees. Got them hanging one forty on the rockets to be rushed night. Eddie go sportstalk seven ninety. Dr jeff whitson. Whitsett vision dot com. My guy took care of me can do it for you to i. Didn't i've tired of glasses. Wanna wear them onto to get to the point. We don't even wear you. It's a little blurry for you. And you squint. And it's like i don't wanna do this anymore. How can i stop this and named kept coming. Jefflin's dr jeff watson it's w. h. T. t. so i said let me use this free consultation free and call them up and see if if the talks about and well it was right. I used a seven one. Three three six five nine seven nine nine seven one three three six five nine seven nine nine and i called him and i said i need to come in and checking check mayes and he said okay come on and so i went on and did all the testing and didn't qualify qualified for a second lazic that i'd had two and a half decades earlier and i did and told them what i wanted. He made the adjustment couple days later. See and better than i had after all the testing and then went in there and got the lace procedure which was not invasive off the table in less than ten minutes and in two days seen better than i had two decades so it was awesome. And it'll be the same for you so don't be afraid they. This is the best there is in the business expert. Tens of thousands of these. It's like clockwork with him doing it. He'll treat your is like he would. His owners on families jeff wits dr.

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At least 13 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

Pacifica Evening News

01:30 min | 18 hrs ago

At least 13 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

"Crashed into an SUV carrying 25 people on a Southern California highway, killing 13 and leaving others injured. California Highway Patrol chief Omar Watson said 12 people died at the scene about 11 miles north of the US Mexico border. Another died after arriving at the hospital. Hospital officials earlier had reported. There were 15 killed and more people in the SUV Highway Patrol said It's not clear what caused the crash between the SUV and a tractor trailer full of gravel on a highway through the fields in the agricultural southeastern corner of California in Imperial County. About 100 Miles east of San Diego. Watson said. It's unclear if the SUV had stopped at a stop sign before crossing into the path of the semi truck around 6 15 in the morning. The Highway Patrol's Watson said the truck struck the left side of the SUV, which appeared to have been pushed off the road. The SUV was a Ford expedition that would typically seat 8 to 9 people. Harvest is underway in the region of most of the winter. Lettuce and other leafy greens eaten in the United States and the SUV victims may have been farmworkers. Ah, law enforcement officials said he believed most were Mexicans. You're listening to the evening news on

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Fresh "watson" from Gary and Shannon

Gary and Shannon

00:54 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "watson" from Gary and Shannon

"Right up next she watching Wednesday. God, Layla Mohammed has an update on the news. Well. The driver of the SUV has been killed in a fiery crash during a police chase in Ella's Fairfax district. The driver of a silver car was trying to get away from L. A county sheriff's deputies last night when the collision happened near Fairfax Avenue and third Street. The person police was after was arrested. Ice says it has opened a human smuggling investigation into that crash near the Mexican border that killed 13 people. CHP Border Division chief Omar Watson says the people were killed yesterday when an SUV with 25 people inside collided with the big rig on The highway. We have so many distracters in our lives when we're driving that we may be too early to speculate as to what May have caused them not to see each other, Watson says. There were no seat sitting. There are no seats in the back of the SUV, so most of the people weren't wearing a seat belt. The CHP is working with the Mexican consulate to identify those who were killed. Texas is lifting its covert 19 mask mandate in allowing businesses to reopen. Governor Greg Abbott has been criticized over that decision. California's governor has called the move absolutely reckless. People can still choose to wear a mask and local officials are asking that they keep following health expert recommendations. Predicted pandemic baby boom looks more like a baby bus when staying home orders went to affected, too started the pandemic. There was a theory People stuck in home would have nothing better to do than make babies, but turns out that was in the case. In fact, in December, 9 months after the pandemic was officially declared birth rates had actually gone down across the country. So far, just 30 states have their totals from December, But California saw its birth rate dropped by 10.2%. Compared to this time last year, and in Hawaii, the birth rate dropped over. 30%. Some researchers say Mom's admitted to delaying pregnancies or said they wanted fewer Children because of the pandemic. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News from the Southern California Toyota Dealers, Traffic Center, We make it easy problems Continue on Ontario. This is on the 15 north on side before the 60 past Conto Ghalioun Ranch Road been with us all morning. It's a ranking cleanup work from that rack involving a big rig to write lines are shut down your 15 north Dr. Packed in tight from well before Lyman I in the south side of the 15. Unusually heavy for your driver's You leave Lyman. I'm heading to the coronary toward the 91 also getting reports of some rain in the area so likely possibility of why you're seeing so many delays. Problems do continue for you in Orange County itself outside on the five in Urbanek over, still gotta crash up against the center divider and earlier problem on the five South and in Santa Ana around 17th Street that's been cleared from Lane's overall five South on so pretty heavy for you from well before the orange pressure, the 5 57 to 22 split and also seeing some heavy delays for you 91 East and westbound through the bulletin Anaheim area between the five and the 50. Seven. Okay, I'll find this guy helps get you there faster. I'm.

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13 dead in California crash, some ejected from SUV carrying 25 people

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 19 hrs ago

13 dead in California crash, some ejected from SUV carrying 25 people

"On a California highway leads to the deaths of 13 people. It was just past six o'clock in the morning. There were 25 occupants in the Ford Expedition and SUV designed to carry eight or nine people was jammed with more than two dozen when suddenly it drove into the path of an oncoming tractor trailer. Moments later the crash California Highway Patrol officer Omar Watson, unfortunately 12 of the occupants, including the drivers to come to the injuries on scene. The 13th person later died in a nearby hospital. The driver of the SUV was from Mexicali, Mexico.

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Fresh update on "watson" discussed on Broncos Daily Podcast

Broncos Daily Podcast

01:36 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "watson" discussed on Broncos Daily Podcast

"It was so mischaracterized last year that he wanted fair market value. Because he was talking about a deal. After jared goff in carson wentz into shawn watson came down the pipe in mahomes. We were also insuring a pandemic this time last year as you can imagine and people were losing their jobs or taking pay cuts. So how dare. He want fair market value as a quarterback and of course twitter had all sorts of opinions about the situation. You could. I think argue the other side and say well if the cowboys wanted to pay me x. They should have done that before. Jared goff and carson wentz so then we got to a point where he got tagged last year and the worst possible thing happens. You play on these tags. Because you're guaranteed last. Year was thirty four and a half million dollars but the goal is to have a good season to play healthy comeback to the negotiation table. And if he had put together a season that a lot of people thought that he was capable of was trending towards he'd have more leverage at the at the bargaining table. I would argue. He still has leverage. But right now. I it's hard to say what's on his mind or on stephen jones my because full disclosure both sides aren't saying a lot publicly now i've reached out to back as a reporter should and i respect. He doesn't want to get into some of this I've had situations in my life where you just. There's some stuff that it doesn't make sense to put out there. Especially as you're negotiating. What could be life changing money and a life changing contract and i also can understand how frustrating it is to have things mischaracterized so i want to be careful about what i'm saying here because what i do know is the doc wants to be a dallas cowboys player. I do know that he wanted to sign that franchise tag last year that he got on the phone with stephen jones last year and tried to get a deal done..

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At Least 13 Killed in California Collision Between SUV and Semitruck

Buck Sexton

00:42 sec | 20 hrs ago

At Least 13 Killed in California Collision Between SUV and Semitruck

"Don't know why 25 people were packed into an SUV that was only supposed to carry between eight and nine people. That SUV slammed into a semi truck carrying gravel in the Coachella Valley of California, killing 13 people. California Highway Patrol, Border Division commander Omar Watson says there'll be an investigation into the fatal collision. At this point. It's unknown whether or not The exhibition stopped at the stop sign. But it did enter the intersection in front of the big rig. Subsequently, the big rig collided with the left side of the Ford Exposition. Macario more. A spokesman for Customs and Border Protection, said the Border Patrol is helping other law enforcement with crash. He said the immigration status of those in the SUV was unknown and being investigated.

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Fresh update on "watson" discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

00:29 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "watson" discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Around fifty percent so that'd be better than twenty percent. Yeah i i. I don't i don't care what the ball on the road house peanuts pulse. I can't wait. I can't believe i'm saying that about the deal cost. But i can't wait to get in the stands and watch some astros ball and hopefully mike will be over at coarser corridor One tunes. You like he's been in the past my phone company shake his hand. Sounds good shape gave you the elbow. John thanks appreciate it. I got got you know to me. It's about like her. Mom is diabetic. And i don't ever want to get it and give it to her. The thing you have to do. That's why we can come there to hang right if you don't wanna go and that's that's the whole thing if you don't want to you shouldn't and if you're looking out for somebody else you should if you want to go then go and everybody thinks different. That's why. I don't judge whether they want to wear masks for ten years. That's not me but if some do i get it but in second tell me i can go to a ball game for nine innings and eat a hot dog and that the governor says i don't have to. I'm in. I'm not i'm not. I'm not worried but i do understand those. That are more high risk situation. And that's probably why they shouldn't go. So i get a john. I'm with you. Man should be hopefully the w some people allowed in that building. I'm excited for baseball. Sportstalk seven ninety tyler. Mc and myself. It's our number four roll along. And i'd put up on twitter at sean filtered deshaun watson for ten years patrick mahomes for five not contract just who you'd want interesting look at it and see who's winning a met shock sportstalk seven hundred classic. Chevy sugarland. i'd give you two ninety nine a month lease on thirty nine months at classic chevy sugarland for the silverado custom crew. Cab chevy tahoe six ninety nine a month for thirty nine months. Twenty twenty one. twenty twenty one. Chevy equinox classic chevy sugarland the l. s. a buck ninety nine a month hundred ninety nine a month for thirty nine months. I can put you in a chevy. Malibu ls twenty twenty one ninety nine a month that lisa's thirty nine months hundred and ninety nine a month. It's classic chevy sugarland. They've been the gm dealer of the year quite often man. Do you keep counting. You've got your need another hand because they're already at ten in a row you can relax and enjoy the difference. Classic chevy sugarland. They've got volume. They've got customer service. They've got a service department. Got a great ownership group. Jeff and tiffany sebastian. Chevy gm dealer the year ten years in a row spectacular. And if you've not met them go in and shake their hand. Take them some food to the jeff hungary today. Probably you know kids out shooting sixty eight. Whip in his ass on the golf course. It's his teenage son. So jeff needs to fill up that stomach because his beating him down so go in there and feel sorry for him and you know what while you're at it grab yourself a new vehicle. Jeff carrier purchasing new vehicle from classic chevy sugarland lifetime engine guarantee lifetime car washes and two years free maintenance guys and gals. Jeff in tiffany sebastian. Classic chevy sugarland dot com classic chevy highway six.

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Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy Will Reportedly Allow for Transgender Characters

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:14 min | 1 d ago

Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy Will Reportedly Allow for Transgender Characters

"The new harry potter game is going to allow trans characters. The next harry potter video game will allow players to customize their character's voice body type and gender placement for the school dormitories taking strive. Towards inclusivity controversies stemming from comments by series creator. Jk rowling that were seen as transphobic. Hogwarts legacy is scheduled for twenty twenty two. I'm sorry is scheduled for eight. Twenty twenty two release from publisher one interactive entertainment inc. and developer avalanche software. When players started the game will be able to create a character. That has a masculine feminine voice. No matter what their body looks like. According to people familiar with the game's development the people requested anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to the press players will then get to select one of two options which or wizard that will determine the dorm they get placed in at the magic of hogwarts and how they are addressed by other characters in the game although this level of customization has grown more common in video games in his no longer unusual. It's no worthy for hogwarts legacy last summer rowling made several comments that were widely viewed as demeaning towards trans transgender people and denounced by many including harry potter film stars daniel radcliffe and emma watson. The comments also rattled some people working on the game. Bloomberg reported as a result some members of the hogwarts legacy development team have fought to make the game as inclusive as possible pushing for the character customisation and even a transgender character to be added. There was resistance from management. At first the people familiar with the project said but currently the character customisation is included in the game. A wonder whether spokesperson declined to comment last month. Hogwarts legacy faced more controversy after gaming journalist liam robertson revealed that tony leave it. Senior producer at salt lake city based avalanche may dozens of youtube videos attacking feminism and quote unquote social justice. He also expressed support for gamer gate a loose community of who harass journalists and game developers for voicing progressive us reset era one of the largest video game for one of the largest video game forums enacted a total ban on threads for promotional media. End quote around hogwarts legacy in the wake of that discovery in raleigh's comments leave. It didn't respond for request for comment.

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Fresh update on "watson" discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

02:23 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "watson" discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Poll question gotta have shown unfiltered and you could also go to our poll. Question about james harden's retirement jersey. a jersey retirement. Would you do it. That's up at sports. Seven ninety and mine is Watson for ten years or mahomes for five has that do with contract right taken into how much money they make it simply performance. Who would you rather have had nothing to do with well. This guy's making less money and this guy's making more. Would you rather have don't read into it too much of contract related items said contract related. But i didn't so just simply who would you rather have mahomes for five watson for ten and it's sixty plus to thirty plus mahomes favor. I find it interesting that there would be that dominant right now. I mean one guy's mvp right and like we said he'd been in the super bowl two years out two years in a row three champion games as through your starting hardly college more part of the team. But he's also set the world on fire and done things that we haven't seen quarterbacks do at times like the way he can just throw the ball from anywhere at any point of the field right. No i agree. I agree with. We've heard what his comments up. We got that on sports seven ninety. We've put this clogged up. there you go with. Jj watt and why he left and chose arizona and and wearing ninety nine very interesting. Press conference and leave. And it's okay you. You're answering questions for for houston media. That's been so good to you and you've been good to them. That's okay number. One time do split on a computer. Hit that zoom link and. Let's go wrong with that. I don't have problem with it. i don't have a problem with. Jj choose arizona. Matter of fact. I'm all form and i root for him to kill it. Four plus million dollars a year. The chance to make six for david johnson team. That's not very good. And he's an average player. Who probably if you get the right back in here is going to be a spot back. He's going to do. Johnson did for them last year. But if they don't he's gonna start the if they don't do something about this and if they put it this way if they actually think he's a starter on a continuous basis. Then you're probably expecting a very average to below average team. I like david johnson. I hope. I root i hope he has a hell of a year. I'm just not one of those guys. So caught up in all my gosh that i need to redeem the the franchise texans which there's enough to dog them. About over david johnson the overpaying by a million and a half bucks i it doesn't i could go through three quarters of most teams roster and say guys are overpaid. We do that in sports in all sports Need i say an nba players sitting at the end of the bench. Making eight million bucks. A year doesn't play. We see that too so He's a good you know he's a he's a professional. Which means is a good guy and a good teammate. Obviously that may go away may extend guys careers average. Four point seven yards a carry. So he's got a little bit him it just can't be. It's just not a consistent little bit a lot. it's a lot once in a while and a little bit most of the time. Which is okay. So i'm not going to get caught. There's a lot of things that are going to bother me and already do more than this and the the truth is unless you bring in a big time back you'd have to pay for jones in green bay is going to require a lot of money. Yeah you're you're david johnson and somebody that they draft or go pick up as a free agent that says okay. We can count on this guy for ten touches a game. That's what you're going to get this year right now. And if watson's your quarterback you probably want upgrade that position if he's not then you're going to grow into the position and there's going to be a law growth pains here. You're going to have to deal with as a houston. Texans fan biscuit. Welcome in man. What's up a top of the morning till you. My brother i definitely. I'm with tyler. There man i definitely would take the years over the you know. The guys are so close. So i would definitely take my chances in in ten years rather than five years. A to me that's You know kind of a no brainer. You know You know going to see that. I guess you could say mahal. But i think watching you know mahomes is one Think a watson is one be you know fair enough. Oh i don't you know. I feel about watson macos marine. I call it. The beard is coming to town tonight and He is I don't know maybe Maybe tyler or one you pull up some of the stats but it seems that the bearded saints game a little bit from from observation. He he's not the better for the better for the better. It's amazing and i hate to think that it's because he respects his teammates more I don't know what caused it. Because now we less dribbling we see less turnovers. We don't see you know one for ten one for twelve nights from three point range. You know what i mean. So he's more streamlined. And it's just amazing and he could have did that in houston. That's where a lot of people didn't meant. Why are you gotta. You don't have to dribble for fifteen seconds. You can get rid of the ball quakers and some of the past. He used to make so careless or like what what. What does that you know so. I don't know maybe i'm wrong. Turnovers haven't changed his turnover number down point three. I mean the numbers basically say biscuit the optics look different to you. Correct okay is the average in the same amount of free throws i don't think of game is dependent upon free throws he's not leading the league and free throws anymore one free throw per game but this has been the overall season this year. He wasn't even getting to the line here in houston this year. He was averaging seven and a half free throw attempts per game when he was here. And then it's at six point six with the nets what these scoring game nurses average right now for the season totals twenty-five here it was twenty four point eight and there. It's twenty five point three. So he's he's about ten points down from his normal regular season right somewhere in that thirty three to thirty five range. Yeah macy's career with the average twenty nine point six points but mvp type years years. Yeah day eight to ten point somewhere in there right man. Shot attempts are down. So it's so. He's down about these down about field goal attempts. He's down about eight from last season per game. Well his fit in their disc. It's been seamless right. It's like he belongs there. The ways point does it's like. He's made some adjustments. And that's all i've said over the. Hey man look don't take all of that. Don't gain gotta go behind the back four times twenty league three times and just get into play. Let's run it if you let the defense dictate what you do if you drive in. They pick you up. Hit the overmanned simple. Yeah it is. It's all it is going to be interesting to watch tonight. We're gonna hit break real quick biscuit. Great stuff and yeah the optics. Look different on sure. Looks comfortable biscuit. Thanks brother john right there. We'll get to you about david. Johnson and and james harden retirement jersey retirement and retiring this number and a second biscuit. Thanks the national narrative is what dictates. People thinking. That has changed. I've watched nothing's changed on a better team. I could tell you this. The hot take all they them now. And it's frigging embarrassing. It's unbelievable sportstalk. Seven ninety.

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J.J. Watt agrees to two-year contract with Arizona Cardinals

One Bills Live

01:51 min | 1 d ago

J.J. Watt agrees to two-year contract with Arizona Cardinals

"To begin right away with JJ want with with Judy here? Is that what you wanted to go? But it didn't go the way you thought I'm his little surprised He got 15.5 million And little surprised it was Arizona who, after all we'd heard was not one of the teams that was high on his list. Yeah, that came out of my field to me. The Arizona part of it. I wasn't sure how much he was going to get. I thought he would get paid pretty well, because I assumed that there would be multiple teams in it, and that would drive the price up. But I was certainly surprised it and being Arizona because, as you said, none of us heard, Arizona sort of whispered in the last few weeks. I kind of like it. Look, you know, I think for people who thought well, he's going to go to a place that has a good chance of winning a Super Bowl next year. This is maybe not what you expected. But you know, you'll have Chandler Jones on the other side that will draw some attention away. I go back to something our good friend John McClane from the Houston Chronicle said on the NFL Network yesterday, Right after JJ announced his selection, he made the point that he came back after his back injury and all of that, and had 16. Fax in a season when he had you, Debbie and Clowney opposite him to draw some attention from lockers, and he's gonna have that again in Arizona. I think that'll that'll work well for him, and also, I think it's clear it had run its course in Houston for him. His frustration this season was obvious when he walked off the field with Shawn Watson at the end of the season and said, I'm sorry we wasted one of your years. I thought that probably give us a pretty good insight into what change A walk was thinking all season long that a whole year's been wasted. And so I think he might have sort of the Tom Brady experience. Maybe not winning the Super Bowl, but where he'll be refreshed and revitalized and you know, and we'll play well there. I wonder,

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Student wounded in Arkansas high school shooting

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Student wounded in Arkansas high school shooting

"A school shooting in arkansas. South dakota governor wants another term and allegations in chicago a fifteen year. Old boy killed a fellow student and an arkansas junior highschool monday morning and has been detained in a juvenile detention facility. According to pine bluff. Police chief kelvin. Sergeant shooting happened in a hallway at watson chapel. Junior high school as students were switching classes at about ten. Am schools in the city of pine bluff located about forty miles southeast of little rock. School went on lockdown after the shooting. And the shooter ran away but was found in a nearby neighborhood by a tracking dog. The wounded boy who is also fifteen was airlifted to a little walk hospital. He was listed in very serious condition and later died. Sergeant also commented quote. We don't have a definite motive right now as to why the incident occurred however we do believe this was targeted incident. As opposed to random incident

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Student wounded in Arkansas high school shooting

Rick Roberts

00:27 sec | 1 d ago

Student wounded in Arkansas high school shooting

"After a school shooting in Pine Bluff, the city's police chief, Calvin Sergeant Identify. The shooter is a 15 year old Adam Watson Chapel Junior high who was arrested at the point time when the incident happened. They were exchanging classrooms. So how many students were actually in the hallway? We do not know what this time, But there were other individuals present as they were transferring from one class to another. Today was the first day back to in person instruction for the school, Dallas County's longest serving elected

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Student in critical condition after 'targeted' shooting at Arkansas junior high school

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Student in critical condition after 'targeted' shooting at Arkansas junior high school

"In an Arkansas school. Police say it happened it Watson Chapel junior high school, implying Pine Bluff, and the district says this was an isolated incident and all students are safe at the time, and the shooting happened this morning just to schools in the area were returning to full day instruction. Pine Bluff. Police say the victim is in serious condition. It's not known what led to the shooting. Get the latest news anytime anywhere.

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Houston Texans' Deshaun Watson Could Lose Millions if He Sits Out the 2021 Season

First & 10s

02:23 min | 2 d ago

Houston Texans' Deshaun Watson Could Lose Millions if He Sits Out the 2021 Season

"Okay. Let's start our. Nfl news with shawn watson. This thing is getting uglier. Who is it ever so they just let him go all right now just break up. Well he's got the no trade he just can't okay so as it appears to shawn watson is never gonna play for houston again obviously and if as it is also appearing the texans. Do not trade to sean here. We go with a holdout right so different numbers have kind of come out. Regarding just a huge losses that watson would incur. Okay so we're gonna try to go through this piece by piece the full scope of these consequences if he exercises his right under the cba and not playing twenty twenty one. So i if the two thousand twenty one off season has a mandatory minicamp and if to sean skips it he will be popped with a fine in the amount of ninety three thousand dollars. K secondly if the sean skips training camp he'd be fined fifty thousand dollars a day. Okay so alleged. Day day day day with forty days in camp and six mandatory days off. That's thirty four. Days that sean would miss at a total fine of one point. Seven million bucks crews k. Thirdly sean would be finding amount of the regular season game check for each preseason game that he misses so at a base salary of ten point five. Four million bucks. That's about six hundred twenty thousand dollars a game. If as expected the twenty twenty one season has three preseason games. He would lose another one point. Eight six million bucks okay. So totaling up for the entire offseason including training camp and preseason to sean would incur just over three and a half million dollars in fines if he does not show up. Now if the sean then skips the season and if the nfl like they've been throwing around are going to be rolling seventeen games for the regular season. He'd lose another just over eleven million dollars in base salary on top of that calculators out guys because this is just racking up skipping the season would also allow houston to recover to sean signing bonus allocated for twenty twenty one. That's at five point. Four million bucks in money that he would have to basically just give right back so you do the math correctly. Skipping twenty twenty one would be total financial loss of over twenty million dollars for him

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Georgia deputy airlifted in critical condition, manhunt underway

Glenn Beck

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Georgia deputy airlifted in critical condition, manhunt underway

"Is in custody after the shooting of a police officer in Georgia, while another one is still on the run. Fox is Charles Watson, reports and deputy officer who was shot in this chase as lieutenant just in bed. Well, we're told he isn't still in very critical condition at their hour and there is a reward in this case, but ah, very active scene ongoing in Brinson, Georgia right now, as authorities Look for Troy Arthur Phillips until they have helicopters up in the air right now looking for him. Authorities believe he is in or near Brent in Georgia on the ground. The town about an hour north of Tallahassee, Florida, and Phillips is believed to be armed and dangerous. According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is this all started when the Seminole County deputy had tried to pull over Phillips and another suspect for driving recklessly yesterday? The two suspects allegedly refused to stop and lead the deputy on the cheese. Police are asking the public to call them if they spot the suspect. Israel

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FDA grants emergency authorization to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

FDA grants emergency authorization to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

"The fda granted johnson and johnson emergency use authorization making it. The only single shot vaccine in the us. Johnson and johnson is expected to hit the ground quickly with its new covid. Nineteen vaccine as many as four million doses could be shipped out to states as early as monday. Putting third vaccine in the mix and the fight against covid nineteen and with an advocacy raid of seventy two percent in the us. Johnson and johnson's vaccine doesn't offer quite as much protection as others on the market. However unlike competitors its vaccine only requires one shot and can be stored at warmer temperatures. Fox's charles watson. Johnson and johnson expects to ship one hundred million doses of vaccine by

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Johnson and Johnson Get Green Light to Begin Emergency Production of Covid-19 Vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Johnson and Johnson Get Green Light to Begin Emergency Production of Covid-19 Vaccine

"Johnson and johnson getting the green light to begin emergency production of its covid. Nineteen vaccine with biden's approval for emergency use authorization in the works. Johnson and johnson is expected to hit the ground quickly with its new covid. Nineteen vaccine as many as four million doses could be shipped out to states as early as monday with an advocacy raid of seventy two percent in the us. Johnson and johnson's vaccine doesn't offer quite as much protection as others on the market. However unlike competitors its vaccine only requires one shot. Fox's charles watson adding that. Johnson and johnson says they will have as many as twenty million vaccines ready by the end of

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What are  the key factors in executing the digital marketing for tourism and hospitality

The Social Hotelier

04:43 min | 5 d ago

What are the key factors in executing the digital marketing for tourism and hospitality

"For the last two episodes we have had a very vivid discussion about though wise. And what and today. of course it's going to be a little fun. Talk about the how part. I am with my guest on his head of eat. Tourism research at the university of eastern finland. So welcome you come again. High gripe to be here. This is the last episode. And i'm i'm really excited to get the opportunity to discuss these things about digital marketing with you again. It's it's been great so far. I'm really looking forward all of this episode. Well it's been a great learning experience for me. Also we are sort of. All of us are students because things are changing. If it's minute by minute but so quickly that we have to be able to be nimble and reactive on. What's happening around us. And i think that's where this how part of our feet series comes into the question so let's stocked with them. The point maybe the digital marketing tourism start from motto. Sora help us understand what are the first steps to consider. And and i think this episode bills quite nicely on top of the previous two episodes so we gone through how how the company mission the strategy actually should drive digital marketing. So all the decisions that you do in digital marketing should be. You should be able to connect them with your strategy and your mission and what you're doing bought it to say that it's also possible to do great business without that much thinking abou- strategies and missions. And if you are just able to provide a great customer experience and you are really good at sales and marketing you have all the possibilities to do fantastic basis and and being being able to be a successful With being really good at understanding your business model. But i think everything starts with the customer. So if you don't understand your customer and if you don't have this custom perspective on your own business Then it's it's getting really difficult to be to be successful. Doodoo business that that succeeds and think many times that that is a major issue with with businesses that they are so focused on what they have and how they can sail that while they have instead of looking at customers and understanding the customers one than what the customers need in. How else can be resold or hail wave. What will the company has a not just what we have at this moment but also thinking outside the box and looking at different ways to better serve the needs of of of a customer not alone and not relying just on what we have but also looking for new partnerships and new kind of marketing channels and and all different kinds of options. If you have this customer perspective on your business in are able to put yourself in in customers shoes. I think that's. That's the first. I've where wherever everything about marketing should should be built upon when when we are starting to think the channels and the messages and everything being able to put yourself in in the customer's shoes is fantastic skill to have and also is it so the two should be very specific about to your audiences and who you are. Who are you. Why are you servicing. I have noticed that people tend to get limit wide. They want to go all over the place rather than kind of laser focused on this. And then as you mentioned that the solving the problem i always is only interested in that. Solve the problem that they have not about your product right now so people are typically not interested about companies. People are interested in themselves and watson there for mia and businesses have to figure this out. That's how they tolkien communicate with customers. In last episode we talked about focusing on the benefits that the customer receives instead of the attributes of all we are a whole that will be our restaurant or or who we are as as a destination

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Scott Disick Says He'd Marry Ex Kourtney Kardashian

Daily Pop

02:59 min | 6 d ago

Scott Disick Says He'd Marry Ex Kourtney Kardashian

"Daily is their car. Dashing wedding in our future today on daily pop scott says he is ready to marry. Courtney check this out courtney and scott so when he was going to get back together we just have like a courtney scott wedding that would be at my guy proposed. I love you. And i'm ready to marry you right here right now. Courtney knows that eventually we'll get married live a good life when what else. You're kidding my sister. My sister this is why baby fighting. Like if i corden. Kim because you know what my sister does this too. She knows everything. I tell everything. She will wait before the perfect moment to bring something like this up in. Make it awkward for everybody at the table. And it's like come on. We just talked about this two days ago. But i do feel like there's something to that because he didn't use the word benchley say now by what may seventy who knows but he knows there's a connection. They have three kids together. He's like we're going to go through all this. I'm a date emily. You trams we go come together later in life. That's what he meant see. Men are very tricky with their words. Yeah i mean. I do think they have this. Of course huge connection and a great love between them. But i truly feel like coordinate has mentally close that door i mean i think she likes attention from sky and you'll always appreciate the flirts that he does. She will always probably the back of her head thankless that she is the number one choice for him but i think she would never actually marry him. I agree with you and sometimes it's hard for people to understand and to realize that maybe you will never be the person that you're love need you to be and sometimes you gotta take yourself off the hamster wheel because women aren't gonna straight up. Tell you hey. I don't want to be with you. This is never going to happen. Go let us follow. You like puppy dogs for the rest of our lives and give us a false hope. I hope so. I hope that one day he takes himself out of the race. No he's in a relationship prior now. Hamlin so i call her hamlet. That was absolutely agree. Both blue there. He said eventually they're going to get married. She eventually he's like we're gonna go through. All i think the benchley in life it might be later on and she loves him and they have the accused always come. Family loves them and their understand family pushes you together. But i feel like he is saying. Hey after we played the field and had a good time. We're gonna be together.

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IBM's Watson Illustrates Why Applying A.I. to Healthcare Is So Hard

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:27 min | Last week

IBM's Watson Illustrates Why Applying A.I. to Healthcare Is So Hard

"About a decade ago. Ibm rolled out watson. One of the earliest artificial intelligence systems out. There watson was a big deal for ibm. You might remember that even went on and absolutely crushed the human competition it was a milestone in how we think about our relationship to computers and ibm wanted to take that technology and apply it to helping doctors diagnosed and cure cancer. But things didn't exactly happen that way and last week we reported that ibm was exploring a sale of its watson health unit. So what happened. And what does this tell us about the challenges of applying ai to healthcare for answers we turn to our digital science editor daniella hernandez hate mail. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. So whereas watson now and what happened well i mean the struggles at ibm with watson. Been around for a little while. We reported in two thousand eighteen that the technology was really not getting the market share and adoption that it needed to make good on all the investments in all the acquisitions that ibm made in order to make watson a leader in the ai in healthcare field and so three years or so later it signals that you know the technology maybe wasn't working as well as they would have hoped. I think more. Broadly points to the fact that you know just having data or collaborations with leading scientists around the country. That just isn't enough and the reason is you know. Healthcare is complicated. So there's a lot of human issues at stake here. You know people do things differently. Like depending on which hospital you're at louisville depending on which doctor you're you're you're seeing but also the data in healthcare is messy for some of those same reasons you know you might input into a medical chart differently than me and for an i i might as well be two completely different things and so just that standardization of the information is really critical but also really hard and so when ibm started making these huge investments in watson they started buying up all these companies that had a lot of seemingly great data and the data might have been perfect but those data were basically styles from each other. They couldn't talk to each other and they never quite figured out how to meld them together. So they were cohesive data set of product. That really could make good on the promise that they that they saw. Fortunately has never materialized. And of course we should note here. That ibm says that watson has had some successes and that they're still believers in that technology we've been talking about. Ibm's new ceo. Arvind krishna on the show and following. He's been trying to of revitalize this legacy company how the sale of watson health fit into his efforts. Well i think one huge thing that has changed since the birth of watson. If you will is that you've had these other huge not legacy players come into the field. You've got google facebook amazon even microsoft right which you might consider a legacy company but they really rebranded themselves to. They weren't as big when watson. I came on the scene. And so now you've got this against storied legacy company competing with these new players. Who when they started making investments in. Ai were a lot more nimble and so they made investments in what at the time seemed like really experimental ai technology and now looking back like deep mind. Google investing hundreds of millions of dollars in that that technology just basically took over the world and ibm didn't really invest in that technology at the time and now is behind because all the talent is has been sucked into google facebook amazon apple And so they're they're behind.

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Philadelphia Eagles trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks

Strong Opinion Sports

04:53 min | Last week

Philadelphia Eagles trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks

"Story of the day. The Eagles have traded quarterback Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts and oh my goodness. It made me very happy. I was so excited. There's a lot to unpack. I want to start though by mentioning a weird thing first. In the 2016 NFL draft the number and overall pick was Jared Goff. The number two overall pick was Carson Wentz. And both have been traded away from the teams. They were drafted by 19 days apart. Just a weird quick doesn't happen very often the guy a number and overall pick a number 2 overall pick gets traded away. Especially not the quarterback position. Let alone almost in just over two weeks apart from each other. That's crazy. Pretty wild now after the trade the Eagles have a 33.8 Million Dead money. Salary cap charge for the 2021 NFL season what that means I will get into that in a minute. First of all, that's actually by the way the most ever to have dead money cap. I guess charge or penalties by an NFL team. It's so much that I actually thought that might keep the Eagles from trading cars and stuff like that might be so much of a penalty. They're not even getting rid of the guy sounds like they did. I thought it's good for everybody Carson Wentz wanted out they I think we're you know, we'll talk about Jalen hurts in a minute, but I thought it was good to get Carson out of there. It is also kind of weird and interesting I talked about Jared Goff previously very briefly the other the the record for the most amount of dead money against the salary cap was Jared Goff. The Rams amount is 22.2 million dollars off. Beat 19 days later by the Carson Wentz trade what is dead money? You may ask it's basically all the guaranteed money the Eagles still owe Carson Wentz after the trade. So even though Carson is no longer on their team. He still creates a thirty three point eight million dollar cap hit for next year. So over thirty-three million dollars off of the salary cap has taken up for Philadelphia. They cannot use that money for other players. It's weird. It's interesting. It's never that's again the most ever pretty interesting. I was surprised that you know, they still trade off a given that but in the trade the Colts got Carson Wentz so the cold they get their quarterback that the replacement Philip Rivers the replacement for Andrew Luck. I'm happy for the Colts man. They've they've Way to make it work. They lost in Turlock. They had to scramble the Mage Jacoby Brissett work for a year. They made Philip Rivers work for a year. Now. They've got what they believe is their franchise guide Carson Wentz good for them. The Eagles got a 2001 third-round pick for the upcoming NFL draft and a conditional 2022 second-round pick and here's what's really cool. The condition. Is that if Carson Wentz plays 75% off Kohls offensive snaps for next year if it stays healthy place the whole year or you know, it's good enough to be the starter all years and get benched. Then that draft pick goes from a second round pick in 2022 to a first-round picks. Oh, wow. I like about that. People are saying the Eagles got a horrible trade. They got fleeced. It's terrible. Oh my goodness. You gotta realize this is probably the best trade they could possibly find the Eagles traded away Carson Wentz a guy who has an injury history has been injured repeatedly over the years. He's coming off of a horrible season where he was so bad the dude got benched for Jalen hurts a rookie quarterback Club. So the fact that Philadelphia made a trade where they have an opportunity to get a first-round pick that's impressive to me. I think people realize that's the best they were going to get so anybody criticizing Philadelphia you did not realize how I think how little value Carson Wentz really had on the market people like nobody really wants him. I think JJ Watts getting a ton of attention Carson Wentz people are very wary. And I think it's really what's really disappointed me. Is that the Bears didn't get him. What did the Bears did the Bears not want him? I don't understand. Maybe they're trying to John Watson feel like the Bears really lost here. They still got home key who Carson Wentz has problems I think is way better than Mitchell trubisky. So debate that all you want. I don't know how you go. Like. Oh the Bears they got a great quarterback still trubisky. I like it. I think another thing people got realize is that I love the trade for Carson Wentz. He's going to a way better team he gets to play for his former offensive coordinator Frank back in 2017 the best year Carson Wentz ever had in the NFL. He was a before he got hurt. He was an MVP candidate playing under Frank Reich. He's reuniting with that guy that's going to be awesome to got a great relationship and EM the Colts have a great offensive line. They've got to get running game. They've got a great defense Carson Wentz is being put into a great situation. If he does not do well then there's no excuse. You can make he's got great great team around him good support good people. He's getting helped.

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Philadelphia Eagles agree to trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts

Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

03:32 min | Last week

Philadelphia Eagles agree to trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts

"So carson wentz traded to the colts again. We knew the colts were looking for a vet. We knew that the eagles were looking to move carson wentz. Whether you know you think that's wednesdays fall and the eagles thinking he's just not good whether you think has jalen hurts and the fact that they feel like he's promising young rookie who who pushed the vet out or whether you feel like. They're going to draft another rookie early. You know it doesn't really matter what matters is that will and we'll discuss that. Like i said another episode but what does matter this episode is carson wentz and the colts less. What will happen i. The eagles traded wentz for a twenty twenty one third round pick and a conditional twenty twenty two second rounder. Which if he plays seventy five percent of the snaps and twenty twenty one or seventy percent and the clothes made the playoffs then it becomes a first round selection in two thousand twenty two. I mean that's really not a lot. Not a lot honestly is really not. I mean if he is the franchise quarterback that the colts expect him to be since they made this trade even if it turns into a first round pick a third round pick. It's really not a lot. It's a lot free. Starting franchise quarterback. I mean. We just seen what staffer forgot. We hear what the texts wofford shawn. Watson it's this is really a lot no matter how you look at it however so from an ego standpoint like i said i don't wanna talk too much about the eagles on this episode but for an eagle standpoint. I don't feel like they got a lot But maybe this was the most they can get. They wanted to get rid of his salary. They wanted to move on so they do understandable understand. That's what you wanna do. You wanna do what you wanna do. Go for but i'm not a fan of giving them up for that for that for that price tag out at least a guarantee i. I can't be doing this whole conditional. I need a guarantee i number one number two round pick makomo give us some second round picks for picks to i get a player involved in their something so yeah from the eagles now point if i'm an eagles fan i'm a little annoyed. I'm pissed off. It'd be honest. He traded a quarterback who some of you believe instill and you didn't get a whole back and we know how hard it is to find. Quarterbacks like real quarterbacks legit quarterbacks so not happy from the from the standpoint of that but for the colts that is a win if wentz is who they think he is. That's a win. That's straight up win as all there is to it. So great job by the colts just for the price tag that it took to get him whence so far in his career. It's been pretty up and down right. I mean he's dealt with injuries. He's dealt with a bad team up. You know at times. That wasn't the greatest they didn't have the best of performances overall you know but carson wentz. I mean if you if you if you look at his career. He's been in the league for five years. I guess last year though some injuries doesn't eighteen he injuries and seventeen. I believe he has some injuries. So he's he's only had two full years. I believe he played every game but Regardless i mean he's had a really good seasons and then he's asked like not so great like last year was pretty bad. You know minus effectively play twelve games. Names a did play. It was bad it was his worst season.

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Jazz Beat Short-Handed Clips 114-96 For 9th Straight Win

Get Up!

00:23 sec | Last week

Jazz Beat Short-Handed Clips 114-96 For 9th Straight Win

"Let's run the floor through some of the good nba action from last night. Let's begin all the utah jazz. That's the biggest story in sports down. Mitchell scored twenty four last night rudy. Gobert at twenty. Three and twenty rebounds. Utah wins again. Rolling past the clippers for their ninth straight victory. Gobert had a huge game dominant on both ends of the floor. The clippers were playing without practically anyone

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"watson" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

07:40 min | Last month

"watson" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"One of the top five quarterbacks in the league. it's just not. I did this on radio today. And basically i said who would be an untouchable in a trade for stafford. And i said there's one untouchable in a trade for stafford in its shakes young and for me. The reasoning is is the thirty three years of age and the truth is stafford. Isn't isn't to shawn watson. However i agreed to different deals however for deshaun watson and i tried to explain to callers who disagreed with me vehemently and and it's fine because i do think that there is first of all the debate. If you wouldn't trade chase young for shawn watson is that you don't think too shawn watson is a top five quarterback. You don't think he's truly one of the elite quarterbacks and if you don't think that then that is a fair conclusion. I happen to think he is in that. He's going to get better And so if you do believe. He's an elite quarterback. Like one of the top three to five quarterbacks in maybe he even climbs on that list you know as he starts to enter as prime which by the way. He's still a couple of years away from You you do it so quickly that i it's it's it's such. It's such a no brainer in. I put it in these terms. Tommy if shawn watson had been on the team this year and chase young weren't on the team. I think they would have won ten games nine or ten and there would have been a chance that they'd still be playing now. I think they probably would have lost to you. Know green bay or maybe even tampa bay and they would've played tampa in the first round. But let's just say that they ended up having a they would have been a team that would have been two to three games better and would have had a chance to win. Playoff games this year and by the way would have been a future next year year after super bowl. Pick for a lot of people now. I agree with all that chase young. All they won seven games now. He missed some games and by the way he was a rookie and he got better and better and better. And i'd hate to trade him by the. I wanna make sure i'm really clear on this. He was my favourite player on the team. Even though i was very critical of his game against tampa. I did not think he played well against tampa. I think the defense has a whole basically post against tampa and that's why they didn't have as good of a chance to win that game despite the magic of taylor heineke and now all the pedals being thrown at his feet But i i absolutely think that chase young is a player that has a chance to be the best player at his position in the nfl. And that's the first player on this team. That i could say that. About since sean taylor. Trent williams was never the best player at left tackle in the league. He's never never the best left tackle me. He was a top three to five guy. Never the best chase young within a year or two could be the best four three defense event pass rusher you know in the nfl. It would kill me to trade him but for a top three to five quarterback no brainer no-brainer now. What else would they in that deal. to me chase young is a first round pick in a high first round. Pick going into his second year. And if they're requiring three. I what it would be. It would be number nineteen this year. It would be your first next year and it would be chase young and and you and people are like. What are you talking about chase young end to i Maybe it's chase young. I and a third or i in a second. But you're not getting away for chase young for shawn watson straight up which should tell you automatically that if you don't think you should trade that you should throw in Chase young as part of a deal for watson. There's an anybody in the league. That wouldn't do that straight up. Unless they had watson evaluated as not as high as most people do. If you don't think watching the top you know an elite quarterback. Well then you don't do that. Obviously but if you think. He's an elite quarterback. Paul you go for it. This is just the football part of it. I mean you're not going to have to convince the owner who may love chase young for all. I know being the local star. You know you're not going to have to convince the owner that you know. He should trae chase young for shawn watson. The star power difference between chase young in washington shawn in washington are two drastically different things. I mean if your quarterback is the showing washington in the nation's capital right. Now let's say for the next five to seven years. I mean you know. I mean there there there. There's your marketing tool right. They're they're they're here. They're both what you thought you had with robert griffin the third Look the bottom line is. That's a major hypothetical and chase. Young may not be something that houston would require back anyway. They might just say we need this year's first your twenty twenty two i. You're twenty twenty. Three i and we also need you know a third rounder from this year and it may be all draft capital in washington doesn't have the same level of draft capital that say The jets or the dolphins have an example Anyway or or by the way even new england has because then the new england patriots have a higher pick then washington for the first time in twenty years So you've got you've got teams with a higher pick held the forty niners have a higher pick But the jets and dolphins each. Have two first round picks. You know the jets have the second and the twenty third overall and so they could deal those to end their first rounder next year because the first rounders so high this year. That might do it. Three i for watson straight up. The dolphins could could do that as well Look my position has been as it relates to stafford and watson I would I would make no players Untouchable in deal for watson. I would make chase young untouchable in a deal for For matt stafford And i know some of you th think that you should make. Terry maclaurin untouchable to terry. Mclaren's nowhere near the level of chase. Young terry mma not going to be the best player at his position in the league. I think he could be a top ten receiver. Some of you think he is already. I don't know if he's that he's clearly a top half of the league number one wideout with great potential and by the way great culture guy to you talked about yesterday or the day before. How much. Ron rivera loves jon allen. Which is why. I would bet on a contract extension for jon allen. Not him being part of a trade. If i was forced about one way or the other Chase young would be my only untouchable in the deal for stafford I wouldn't have. Anybody untouchable in the deal for watson but the bottom line tommy is. I don't think washington is going to end up with either one of those two players I think they're going to be a better options for the two teams trading those players. I don't even know if washington will be you know reach out..

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"watson" Discussed on First Take

First Take

07:28 min | Last month

"watson" Discussed on First Take

"Him. They went to him and asked his advice and guidance on the direction that he taught they should go for a new head coach and general manager. It went so far as him going out to dinner with mcnair the team's owner and then the texans hire a search firm one ferry that they pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to and in the end. Fire that firm and turnaround and leeann jack easterby to make a decision. That doesn't take into consideration. Anything that show watson said so. They went to him for advice and then didn't use it in the decision to hire nicosia. Reo from the new england patriots. Nicosia who's waited an awful long time for general manager. Job takes this job and steps into a situation where he has no idea that his quarterback is about to ask for trade which he does. And so. Let me say this. Also what does shawn watson feels is not exclusive to him in that organization. I can tell you. Having spoken to many people in that organization there are similar gripes. similar unhappiness nicotera when he stepped in there. I think it's fair to say stepped into a burning building and that building has caught fire even more. And when you've got the face your franchise one of the transcendent talents. Not just in football but in all of sports refusing to play for that team anymore and wanting to be traded. That tells you what a problem there is. adam. I think most people would agree. That given to sean watson's reputation. If there's a problem with the shawn watson people aren't looking at him they're looking at the organization and generally this stuff comes out of dysfunction so i understand the answer is really both but if i had to ask you is it more. What would you answer. Is it more the idea that he was disrespected. And the way this was handled was distasteful to him or was it more competitive interest in other words. The texans had a very bad record after making a very stupid trade. What do you think is motivating the behavior more between the two combination of everything. Max i think that he watches the way that his career is gone. Didn't one of the cameras capture. Jj watt going over to the shawn watson into the season and apologizing for wasting his talents and wasting his season. And i think that that's a mood. I can tell you. There are texans pleasure former texas players on other teams who have reached out who have scoffed at some of the things that they experienced poor noticed or saw in that organization. And i think that callum mcnair has allow things to happen year. That shouldn't happen. In the opinion of players and people in that organization and it is basically filtered down to his quarterback who feels the same way that many people do and so. There's a cleansing that needs to take place here and unfortunately for the texans. It's going to be too late to do that with the shawn watson. Is your quarterback in my opinion. Because let's play this out. Let's say the houston. Texans say we know you want to trade. We're not going to trade you will. Then he doesn't show up. And are they going to go draft another quarterback or they going to go sign another quarterback they have did make some sort of planet quarterback but at the shaw watson's dug in and refuses to report. They're stuck and it certainly sounds like at the spot that he is now they can call chicken and challenge him and say we're not gonna treat your good. Where's that can go. What's going to happen. Then and so again. I come back this. I think of this all the time. You're nicosia radio. The new england patriots. You've been requested to injury for any number of general manager jobs and you just took the one. That was the booby price. You just took the one with the house on fire. You just took the one where you're stepping into a situation. I don't think you had any idea that you were stepping into adam schefter. I'm looking at the. I'm looking at the new york jets. They've got the number two overall pick and the twenty third overall pick in the nfl draft. Plus they've got. I think number thirty four and around two. Or what have you just using them. As an example if a team out the assuming because there's going to be a lot of sudas deshaun watson services obviously what teams do you believe are in the best position to make a deal with the houston texas in order to acquire somebody to caliber of addition watson. Well here's stephen. To shawn watson as a no trade clause and again. That's something looking back at the houston. Texans probably should not have given him but they did and they empowered him and now that he's got the power he can help influence where he goes. Now i think show watson is smart enough to realize that if hypothetically the dallas cowboys offering one first round draft pick and the miami dolphins were offering three first round draft picks he can't dictate entirely where he goes because he could always say i'm not taking you trade here or there but i think the biggest point is the sean watching this open to going to a lot of places he would go to a lot of different places he doesn't want to be in houston anymore. He's done with the texans so the question is where does he go. What would you accept. Who would he turn down. There are certain teams. I think that obviously the miami dolphins have a tone of draft ammunition capital and they play for coach. I think the sean watching would be really happy about playing for the change. Another team need a quarterback. You blow it with houston. Texans photo max. Hold on max. I gotta ask this other question too because again considering what adam just described houston texas situation the be should we stop at the shawn watson or their we say. Should we expect something very very similar in regards to j. J. watt who walked over to george watson and apologized for wasting his talents this season. What can you tell us about. Jj watt and houston. Well you'd have to ask. Jj what i'm going to surmise. That many players feel the same way. That watson does many players okay. i can't speak for any one of them specifically but you think that they wouldn't feel that way would be naive. Okay this is not just a situation. That's unique to shawn watson. there's cancer let me ask you. This atom the texans organization concerned about their dirty laundry being aired out here in more of these details. You know listen. I don't know how they feel about that. They've been busy running a coaching search. They've been doing that sort of thing. I can't be pleased about it..

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06:04 min | Last month

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"And to me. This is all the benefits of having a mobile quarterback without the things that i think kyle shanahan does not want. I think the number one thing how shanahan does not want is for a mobile quarterback to drop back check as i read too quickly and then run out of the pocket or try and scramble before his play has a chance to work like that would drive him nuts but to shawn watson is not that guy. He's not going to run out of clean pockets. He's not going to do that stuff. So you get the benefit of him being able to make. Mike mcglinchey is pass rusher miss but also being able to not get out of things too early. I'm surprised that it took this long for you to take a shot at mcglinchey honestly but yeah no. That's a good point. Just because if anything watson is ignorant or obnoxious to holding onto the bar going through to make progressions instead of running like hey man run for eight yards and get the first down. But i think that's just because everything will be a pocket passer but again just as far as what shanahan would ask for what he wants healthy quarterback number one very very very talented quarterback. So if you just take away from his athletic skills talk about throwing the ball in tight windows. Accuracy velocity arm strength. Everything that you want from a quarterback he has man and I'd i would love to get i. I'm probably going to get into arguments all offseason. If he's even if he's not with forty-nine is that he is the second best quarterback but he's he was out of this world in twenty twenty he just checks every single possible box. I've met him. I've talked to him a little. He seems like a. He doesn't seem like this premadonna type guy which you might think. Because he's unhappy with the team. He never strikes me as that kind of guy. He strikes me as a good team. Guy a solid person who's just being mistreated by his company. You kinda see that in the videos were. Jj watch talking about him or jj watch walking with him. His teammates genuinely feel like disappointed. They let him down. I think that kind of tells you about the person. He is more than any sort of charities or whatever that we can see him posing and pictures would prove. That is a good point and that's what they always talk about. What garoppolo right like how. Much the teammates like him. Imagine having a guy that teammates like and exactly good. That can be one or the other we have to choose. No that's a fair point. But again i just this pipedream now now. Hopefully maybe we should. Just do a podcast. Every week about shawn watson until it comes through. Let's just do that. I'm sure to shawn's agent knows that. Kyle shanahan needs a quarterback. I'm sure his agent knows. Hey look this dude wins. Mvp's for people in his system. Like if the sean says i'm done get me outta here. The niners would be on the shortlist. Yeah florio mike. Mike florio pro football talk and obviously everybody knows how he feels about the forty niners but he said in that article he wrote that the forty niners are the most obvious fit. And i feel like the further. We get into this if this continues to be a thing. That watson is unhappy. We probably start to hear more and more rumors how the forty niners are interested in. So let's keep this thing. Let's keep this thing rolling baby and let me tell you. I worked with mike florio every day for five years. He's not putting that thing in there about the forty niners by accident. He's putting it in there because he hears things and he knows thing like i can tell you. I know how mike operates. So that was another reason why. I was so pumped up when i saw it. Oh god we haven't even gotten to the offseason yet and it's already crazy. We're already talking about this. John freaking watson. the season ended. What four days or just not even a week ago. And we're talking about fantasy. Land like john watson and we talked about trading for justin field. Talking about zack wilson We talk about stafford. We haven't even gotten to trading for other positions or free agents who first week of january baby. Welcome to the offseason by the way before we go really quickly. I saw these odds from novado. About where matt stafford will play week. One or two thousand twenty one. Did you see these. no. I didn't but i won. I imagine that the forty niners are not low on that list. So detroit's favorite their minus two fifteen right now. The number two favorite and this surprise me. Indianapolis was plus three fifty interesting. And then you get to washington and chicago. Six to one plus six hundred and then san francisco at seventy one. Wow that's lower than. I would think i actually to. I wouldn't have guessed the colts and not just an obviously philip rivers is. I think he's on a one year deal and he's probably on his way out but you just wouldn't use win. You haven't heard much about the colts really and stafford. So i don't know may be usually knows these things but then again you know we now. That could just be all different than we have the see. You're willing to combine. I'd imagine i'd wanna see those odds after the combine. Because that's where we're really going to find out about what's going on the nfl. That's when people start to talk and have discussions so keep a february fifteenth and whenever the combine is. That's when we'll start to get into it. I totally agree. There's there's so much tampering that goes on a by the way i think the culture going after carson wentz. That's just my frank reich. Is there he had once. They could probably get him for not very much because the eagles wanna get rid of them. That's just my early super bowl offseason prediction but anyway say tune. We who knows what's gonna happen. It's fun to dream about. It probably won't happen. But i appreciate the time. Kyle thank you for hopping on with mean indulging my crazy quarterback fantasies my pleasure. I just wanna shout out deforest buckner as well first team all pro so go you. You deserve it congrats. And by the way grant colin the forty niners did not trade deforest buckner because they thought he stunk. am in a structure that he wanted to knock it off. You know what you're doing. knock it off. Rate reviewing subscribe to the niners nation. Podcast every weekend everybody..

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"watson" Discussed on Niners Nation

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05:23 min | Last month

"watson" Discussed on Niners Nation

"I think that's gonna be how they look at it more of not if he needs to shawn watson because i mean in his mind he's probably thinking about the the crazy things he can do just with watson's athleticism alone but as far as what was the scheme question again while scheme question. I'm going to get to that in a second. 'cause you said something that makes me think you can't hope is not a plan kyle. You can't go into the season. Just hoping that jimmy garoppolo comes back and play sixteen games whether they get watson or not. You just can't go into this season saying well. Hopefully jimmy will be healthy for sixteen more games and do nothing else. A quarterback do not disagree with one word. You just said. I would imagine there would be some type of backup added if that was the case but again kyle also said. We're not going to invest in multiple court like multiple quarterbacks that position because he just need to start her so that argument is fair and that argument is also going to be the reason i imagine if they do move on from jimmy that that happens because we have evidence of him not being able to stay on the field so if you cannot sound field and you are being paid. Twenty seven million. It doesn't matter who you're backup quarterback is. You're hurting the team. Because you're not on the field so whether it's course no injuries of the players fault but they have to look at it from a team building standpoint and if their team is not the best they're going to need jimmy just jimmy. Jimmy has sailed. That's what has happened. There's no reason for this level of loyalty. It's not like when he's healthy. His play is incredible. And so you were willing to stick it out. Like ben rothlisberger used to be back in the day. You'll get banged up and miss some games. But he was so freaking. Good that you're going to stick with it. That has not been jimmy garoppolo. You earn passed up tom. Brady for jimmy. Garoppolo and brady threw forty touchdowns this year which not many people do in the history of the nfl time. It's ever happened something like that. So you've already passed up brady one upgrade for him. Now you're gonna potentially pass up. I don't wanna say to shawn watson. 'cause it's not likely but anything else that they would do and keep jimmy again. Like how many years can you afford to do this. it is. it's all hope because again it goes back to what we know. What he's we know what he is as a quarterback and if he's going to start in two thousand twenty one it's because there is hope and they're they're just looking at this as a result space and they're not going through the process because if we do the process when we're showing these were watching the gang's back on tuesday whether it's this year whether it's last year people forget there were plenty of turnovers and bad plays at jimmy made in the game so they would win these games but that should not distract us from the process of what actually happened in those gains. And that's not just the playoffs where they took the ball out of his hands. That's in the regular season. Yes he came back and had good numbers after he turned the ball over. But you you'd want a quarterback that doesn't have to get there and there's there's so many there's that one stat wear jimmy's numbers through after an interception. Okay that's why are we. Why are we rewarding him for a mistake. That's not how it works. So i think that's why lean you know whether it stafford whether it's a quarterback because you can get his production for cheaper and if you're going to pay quarterback that much the production needs to be better and doesn't need we. Don't we're looking at box scores and bottom lines instead of the process. And that's that's why we're having the same discourse over and over so when it comes to watson let's say that the planets aligned and you know the clouds parted and somehow john lynch and caution and pull off the deal and they get to shawn watson. How well does he fit in. Kyle system quarterback in the nfl to fit cal. Shanahan system shawn watson going to be probably number one or number two so you want a guy that can move the safety with his eyes move. Linebackers his is. I think this year. More than more than i've ever seen him. Because i as i mentioned. He's one of my favorite player. So i go out of my way to watch the shawn watson this year more than ever. I've seen him be able to manipulate. What defense is due. And you hear people talk about reference their office of line. He makes their offense of live better than it is. And it's already not a very good office line so without him he he runs out of pressures. He avoids sacks one of the biggest things. This year is unblocked defenders. Because the fences are doing whether simulated pressures whether it's sending six when you have five you have to have a quarterback that can either get rid of the ball hot or avoid an unblocked defender and watson is like video game winner. There's an unblocked because he's just going to make the miss also this year. I think there was four times more rushing touchdowns by quarterbacks than any other year in the nfl. have shawn watson. now you have your goal line. You're short yard situation. So you in high leverage situations you now have an eleven th man that the defense has to account for so when you factor in what shanahan can add to his offense and that goes without his depot accuracy or being able to even attempt or give guys chance that man. I would say that this shawn watson the odds of him being the mvp within the next two years with college shannon. I mean those are bets. You make because it's going to happen so ceiling everything you make your defense better you make. You're running game better because now Teams can't sit in to high safeties. They have to bring in one because after just respect everything that.

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Niners Nation

07:01 min | Last month

"watson" Discussed on Niners Nation

"And obviously the texans were asked about the situation the press conference. It was the first thing they were asked now. Nick zero said to shawn watson is our quarterback then he was followed up with. Does that mean that the shawn watson is not going to be traded and he said that it is important for us to take some time and they will have discussions with shawn watson at the appropriate time. Kyle and i've said it before. There are some questions when there is only one answer that you can give and if you say anything else other than that answer we know what you really mean if they say does this mean he won't be traded and you say you don't say anything other than no he won't be traded. He could get moved very simple. Just close the book right there. Will he be traded nope. He's our franchise quarterback we love him. We signed him to an extension. This year you will be with a franchise for the next five whatever how ever many years he signed through but he just gave another answer. So that's why all the talking heads are going to continue to come up with these hypotheticals about the shawn watson being traded and it's fair because gm did not close the door on that. If i ask you if you want to marry me and the the next word out of your mouth is not yes or some form of that. You don't wanna marry me like it is very very simple and you nailed it. He's twenty five years old. He's an absolute stud. His contract is not untradable even though he just signed there would be about a twenty. What is it twenty. One point six million dollars cap it. I think something in that ballpark like this is possible. I'm not saying it's you know he's definitely going to the forty niners but it's definitely possible. He gets traded absolutely and as you mentioned his contract. You factor in the money that houston save as well and again new. Gm they're starting over so for all we know watson's not his guy even though he's one of the best quarterbacks nfl you should claim him but he could very well want to recoup draft picks. Get up because if you do trade watson you're going to be able to get whatever you want you can say. Three first round picks three second round picks. And somebody's going to be like yeah. I'll do that for watson. Because why wouldn't you so if that's how chooses to go then i don't know there's just so many different rows today can go and again just say no like he could have easily stopped this right now. That's the most telling thing you could have stopped this and you chose not to. It wasn't a mistake like you. They chose their words carefully. And so this is where we are and you know there was a report out of houston that they're not gonna trade him and all that but dis- shaun's got a little a little muscle that he can flex here because first of all he has a no trade clause so he's not going to go anywhere he doesn't want go but also you know he could boycott offseason workouts. Those are voluntary. He does not have to show up for those. You know it's instead of being the guy that comes early and stays late. You're the guy that comes late and leaves early like there's a minimum amount of stuff. You can do all within the rules of without violating your contract. That creates a problem for your team. Yeah they're asking for it because they don't have as much leverage and then what did we talk about this. You see people respond to well. The players are on the team. They signed the contract just shot. No that's not how this works man. And you wouldn't do that for your job. So don't act like athletes should do that for. There's it is very simple as they are in control if they are not happy with. What's going on. There's no reason that they to their job. We would not do the same thing so yeah. That's a good point just as far as the offseason things that he can skip out on. He's not going to lose any money if he does so so he has no real reason to go there. He yields a lot more power than i think. People understand so if he wants out he can really get out. And i say this as a fan of a team that has at sometimes been a complete laughing stock of an organization and at sometimes like right now i feel like is one of the best run organizations in all of football reputation matters. Culture matters it matters when you're an organization who used to have an owner that we can't have the inmates running the prison. That stuff matters. And then when you when you combine that with how they're mismanaging their relationship with him and basically slapping him in the face by making them think he's going to be part of the the searches for coaches and gm and then doing the complete opposite. This is what happens. All that stuff adds up. There's no trust there. There can't be any and he wouldn't be acting like that if there was trust. If there was trust they probably would have involved him if there was trust he wouldn't be ignoring them. I said since. Monday or tuesday or whenever this whenever the higher happened it. There's too many things here for us to ignore not and not explore. You know a watson being traded it just. It just doesn't make sense okay. So this is the niners podcast. Let's have a little fun kyle. You sort of talked about it earlier. What does it take to get. The shawn watson went basically everybody in the league separate like three teams is going to be interested in them absolutely. And that's another thing you're going to have. You're going to have to outbid a lot of other teams as well. But i wonder if and i'm not sure if watching a no trade clause or anything but if if you could die okay so if you could control his destiny than you do hold more cards than obviously another team that that doesn't have a as strong of a roster as you. So i'm going to go to the texans. I'm going to show them my roster. So they don't have a first or second round pick this year so that's theirs and we already know that i'm going to give them that. I'm gonna probably give them next year's first as well with which you're gonna have to anyway and probably next year second and hey you can have anybody. But i am boza. Take your pick and if that gets done then. That's what i'm going to do. I know a lot of people would probably not want to trade. George kittle going to trade tight end for a quarterback and i know how how good of a player. George kittle is i now dominate. He is he is the best tight end in the nfl. He's not as valuable as the shawn watson and we have to think of it in those types of terms. So that's why me no bosa best. He's going to be the best player in the nfl or going to be the best defense in the nfl for years to come and i it's not that he's not tradeable. I just would rather have watson have a guy to have that type of player to throw too because you know you don't want to set him back so that's probably what i'm doing. I'm going to give them essentially whatever they want. How about you well. You didn't mention fred warner when you mentioned the two guys that are on tradeable would you. Would you put warner in a deal. That's that's a tough question. Because i mean he's right he probably be the next or one of the top. He's one of the top five. But if that's what. It took for me to get a quarterback like not just a quarterback deshaun watson who i know is going to be a dominant player one of the best quarterbacks in the nfl for the next ten years. Yeah i'd be willing to unload linebacker and in that sense. And obviously fred warner is covers like a safety but we have to talk about it in terms of positioning when fred warner was off the field i imagine the forty niners drop is not that steep compared to what a quarterback compared to deshaun.

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05:26 min | Last month

"watson" Discussed on Niners Nation

"Were the niners give out. Yes it's cool they I believe who else was in the top is juice was up there and i think mcglinchey was up there. I think those were the top three. I've voted my honorable. Mentioned was for john and nobody else monterey as well just because and they might not let me go next year because of that but just because his one word three word answers safe so much and he you could just tell he's not bear for the bso. I loved him this year. Absolutely i totally agree with you. Like you don't have to say a lot of words to say a lot. And his median sessions literally. I download the files every week. They're about like ninety seconds to three minutes. But i almost always use one of his answers in like stats and eggs or something. Because it was good. Yeah i don't think. I really don't think he had anything longer than two and a half minutes. But you got so much out of that. Because he's just it almost sounds like he hates watching himself. Play leading the way you describe it. It's like man. I just have to be better. It's not enough one that's it. That's all i loved it. Great he is awesome. And speaking of awesome deshaun watson just before i lay out all the crap that's going on in houston can we to explain to people how good he is the year after he loses. Deandre hopkins to the cardinals. He leaves the league in passing yardage. Like this guy is incredibly set career highs in passing yardage passing touchdowns Completion percentage. I think he had a career low and interceptions this season. Also only through seven picks. Can you imagine it. The forty niners quarterbacks only through seven picks this year they being the damn super bowl and he was throwing to nobody like he had no receivers outside of brandin cooks. Who you probably don't want being your top receiver. Who i think it was. Chad hansen like a california receiver. Actually from a few years back. That was one of his main targets. The last few weeks and he's still near the top in every statistical category without an want obviously get into like scheme. Talk here but they don't have any sort of check down option. He's doing everything by himself and he's always running for his life at is the most difficult offense to plan. And he's still in my heart in my opinion. He's the second best quarterback in the nfl. But i don't think anybody would argue that. He's outside the top five so for him to be able to do what he did this year forever. You factor in all his surroundings superstar. Just he should get an mvp boat seriously and if there was one person you would think that the houston texans would want to keep happy in their entire organization. It would be the shawn watson but instead they're doing the complete opposite. So here's what happened if you don't understand. The texans need a head coach and they needed a gm and does shawn watson went to them and said hey. I want to be part of this process. I want you know. I've got ideas for who we should interview for head coach ideas about the general manager. I wanna know what you're thinking. I want to be part of the process and houston texans. Said okay sounds great. And then like two days later. They hired nick caserio from the patriots. Who by the way wasn't even on the list of finalists from the search firm that the houston texans themselves hired to find a gm head coach so they told their franchise quarterback he could be part of this and then completely gave him the middle finger and now he has basically ghosted the texans. I'm pretty sure they didn't interview enemy either. I think that's one of the only teams that didn't interview any so watson. Adam schefter reported this on thursday watson went to the houston ownership. He said patrick mahomes. You know the guy who just want super bowl gave me some really did info about arab enemy. Let's interview him because he could help our franchise and they probably did the same thing. Yeah sure that sounds great. We're going to do it. And as soon as he shuts the door. They're probably laughing at his face. Like i don't know what made him think that he's he's this level. But we're not going to trust him. It's just completely disrespectful. Knowing that everything that's happened in the franchise's last year after they just slapped him in the face by not telling them. They traded for andre hopkins. They're going to do the same thing again. So that night did shawn watson tweeted. Some things never change deleted it and then you just saw what his agent what. It is. Just put up on friday. So his agent is david mugabe and he tweeted nepotism at an all time high. Shout out to those of us who got it out the mutt now. I just want to point out. He tweeted this at the exact moment. That texans owner callum mcnair started speaking at the press conference to introduce nick caserio. So that tells you his level of animosity with the texans. Now i want to be fair and point out that he deleted the tweet and later tweeted haha actually a reference to politics this time. Everything isn't about football guys. But hey whatever gets clicks. I guess which is a low to bulk mail. I'm sure he was watching the news at ten o'clock in the morning. Just focusing on the rioters from the white house. That's what. He was focused on not football. Where the texans where he has the press sheet knowing exactly what time they're going to take the podium come on man if there's no reason to delete it if that was the case so we're gonna call bs on. That and watson is not answering the calls. He's he's totally ghosting them..

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Living Legacy Leadership

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"watson" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Well the relationship between the dean and his brother Is is a very interesting dynamic in the whole story chat a little bit about that. So people are clued into paying attention to that relationship. Sure When i started that the novel i thought that it was going to be a story that featured the twins dean and roy lindemann about twin brothers both in love with the same woman and although that that remained in the novel it's not primarily about the brothers. It's about eighty. I mean she just was such a compelling interesting character and with such jets to her that she just sort of came to the front of the stage so to speak The brothers sort of compete for her She is a in the opening section. She's married to gain lender mun but dean oddly has somehow lost interest in her and i think it has something to do with his relationship with his brother was a a womanizer and who has been pursuing easy for years whether she's married to his brother or not and So you have some strange things happening with their roles They compete there. They Remain on good terms all of them. Do ed. At some point feels as though to save her marriage. She needs to get her husband away from his twin brother who casts a shadow over both of them. She doesn't she doesn't succeed. Yeah well i mean you also point out that dean being a kinder person also a little less strident strong as a character. He had this idea that he wasn't supposed to feel jealous so he really didn't know what to do with the feel Towards his brother like because they were both innocence competing for the attention and affection of easy though he had married her so that whole role of jealousy played out differently between dean and her second husband. Gary yes exactly. And when dean says he feels he has felt jealousy but he he hasn't expressed it. That's what he he he had difficulty with. And so i think it happens that sometimes eighty percent has perceived that as a lack of interest.

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ESPN Daily

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"watson" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"I want to start our conversation with a moment from your interview with the Shawn Watson for your latest ESPN cover story because you talked to him in July over zoom from your home in northern California where you are now and he was two thousand miles away in Houston and you ask them this very pointed question you asked what? ? Mean, , challenges does a lack quarterback face when decided to speak up on social issues. . How did this Shawn Watson answer that question? ? Pablo he answered it in two different ways and to very illustrative ways I would say. . He started by saying I. Think . you have to watch what you say sometimes. . See I think I think you have to watch what you say sometimes. . That was the the standard answer. . And then he stopped he looked down is if almost to chastise himself, , he slapped his hands on his knees and he said, , honestly I'm GonNa take that back I felt like. . I felt like. . Whenever. . Black. . quarterback especially speaks up dowse world sometimes on their educated enough to know what's going on. . So in reality they like, , Hey, , all. . Black QUARTERBACK S. . Shut up I know talking about. . That switch that he made taking it from what the outside world would think of him to what he thinks of that I thought was was really indicative of this change that he's made personally in the last say six months. . It was like he's still a work in progress. . He's twenty four years old. . He's a young man and he's still sort of has to remind himself that he's no longer straddling this corporate line that he's had to to straddle for three years as an NFL quarterback. . Let's trace that trajectory then because in profiling Watson, , you traveled to his hometown. . Of GAINESVILLE. . Georgia what did you learn about his thing? ? He started out in a public housing project pulled Harrison Square, , and if you watch to Sean play, , you'll see the wristbands that have eight, one, , , five on them, , and that is as a Al-Majd to eight one, , five Harrison Square where he started out with his mom and three siblings. . Everyone says to Sean was was just this facilitator. . He was everyone's and. . He had this charisma about him where he would bring other people along just because he was confident in how good he was. . He had been developing as a phenomenal athlete, , not just a football player, , but he was a great basketball player. . and to Sean was just had this ability, , he could do whatever he wanted even at that age. . He would always pass the ball. . He would always pick the kid at the end of line and bring him on his team. He . just had that welcoming personality and he was not boastful he was quietly confident. . And he became the star of Gainesville. . Georgia winning a State Championship in football and taking his basketball team to the final four. . From the outside, , it appears that he had sort of a gilded life. . We always start positive. . We always you know anything any -versity of negative stuff that hit us. . We always make sure that you know we learn from a real quick and then we turn to page and keep it pushing and keep moving forward. .

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"watson" Discussed on Shedunnit

Shedunnit

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"watson" Discussed on Shedunnit

"Sidekick is one of the fundamental building blocks of the classic whodunnit their exact station in life can vary as can their precise relationship with the central sleuth authors really let their imaginations run wild when it comes to the had kick special skills some combat experts that provide the muscle if the situation gets sticky while others journalists writers lab technicians butlers old barely human quasar mythical entities what unites all of the sidekicks though is they role as a sounding board for the detective they are present so that they can participate in the case yes but that also that to be told the story so that the redick can be told to as is often the case with these embedded tropes of detective fiction the most famous example actually paid three Oh so decades before the advent of the so-called golden age of detective fiction after the First World War I feel like I say this too often in these episodes but it's true to understand what Christie Marsh Mitchell and the other top practitioners of this style were doing in the nineteen twenties thirties you have to go back to look homes off the CONAN doyle didn't exactly invent the idea of the heroes close friend participating in the story as a proxy for the reader but he did refine and popularize it for detective fiction to the extent that the very name of his sidekick has become a widely used shorthand for this type of eric to enter the Watson the thing about Dr Watson though is that he isn't just a foil for Sherlock Holmes a slightly lauding conventional intelligence included in order to show of homes his uncanny brilliance to best effect although he is partly Latte what's in is also the narrator of me the all of the home stories and therefore the master of Conan Doyle's met Narrative Watson is writing up homes as cases for public consumption and so his impressions heavily what else can be of course this is part of what makes the home story so enjoyable Watson has a flair for the Gothic and loves a dramatic twist he lays out homes deduct Shinzo as they become apparent to less immortals like John Watson on by extension we the reader who can't follow the lightning fast motion of his friends brain I such he provides the pacing and structure that make for a good plot can you imagine was to classic Sherlock Holmes Story Narrated by Sherlock Holmes would be like I'm imagining something very brief like I arrived at the scene of the crime and it was immediately apparent to me who did it it took me if you to prove it but once I had measured a few footprints and the whole thing was wrapped up on my headed back to town to play my violin leaving the boring bits to the police.

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"watson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Get this close to thanksgiving. I was remember talking to rob Watson over Watson insurance. About a story this this is talk about having the right insurance for your specific situation. And that's what Watson does whether it's a business or whether you're individual house, auto, whatever the case may be. They get to know you. They get to know your business. They get to know your circumstances. They make sure you have the right insurance for your particular set of circumstances that two years ago right before thanksgiving Roberts told me a story about a family that experience their worst nightmare for AM in the morning. They wake up houses on fire. Everybody gets out safe even the dog, but the house is almost a total loss. And eventually they figured out. They had an electrical issue. They had insurance with Watson insurance. Rob Watson was out of town that day. But he gets the call. He gets his team to work for the family right away. And they're on the scene at eight A M, four hours after that fire started eight AM in the morning Watson is there helping that family, and that's the Watson way. And that's not only having the right insurance for your particular circumstances. But that's how they take care of their customers. If you have an eight hundred number to get anything, insurance wise or information that eight hundred number is not going to be standing in your front yard at eight o'clock in the morning. So here's what that homeowner had to say about their experience with Watson Watson was with me. Every step of the way seemed like my claim was their only claim they cared about us getting our house rebuilt, but they really cared about me and my family, and we think that this will never happen to us. But when it does it's nice to have Watson, go above and beyond. I'm so glad that we had him on our side Watson insurance. Three offices in North Carolina. One office in South Carolina column. Local call somebody will pick up one eight hundred the number to go Watson..

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"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"IBM reported earnings Wednesday. The company has been on a long turnaround path and did report third straight positive quarter. Most of that came from cloud services, security and data analytics, less impressive though was the cognitive solutions department, which includes artificial intelligence, mostly represented by the jeopardy. Winning supercomputer Watson. There are of course lots of companies working on artificial intelligence these days. Brandon pursell is an analyst with Forrester. He said, IBM sells AI as a service and a PI or application programming interface that lets companies licensed the power of Watson and build their own tools on top of it, like digital assistants or in house analysis tools. I asked him how that business works at the core of watching is used dozen or so API's that do different types of of AI. So like computer vision or natural language, understanding which you would use to build a chat bot those are strong capabilities, but still. Acquire very technical resources on the part of the enterprise to use them together as components for an artificially intelligent solution. One of the issues as well with Watson is that IBM has taken that term Watson and kind of labeled all of their products Watson this and Watson that into a certain degree. That's diluted the essence of what watching is. You're saying, if the, if the analogies, the gold rush, there's AI to make your product better which you would. You know, if you're Google or Facebook, you're gonna use it to make your product better and that's like the gold. And then there's a I, that you could sell to companies to make their products better like shovels, so which is that a fair characterization and then which side is the better business? That's definitely a fair assessment and gold rushes a good is a good term. The real value in a I is in the data, the EU's to train it, the size of that data. And also how relevant that data is to the use case that you're interested in, you know, conversational interfaces in a way they're still in their infancy, but I can easily see a world where you know Google Amazon IBM have all nailed conversation for computers. And what differentiates for the brands using this is actually the intelligence that goes into what the interfaces are saying. So they understand English, but. Are they actually saying the right thing to customers? Are they actually understanding the context of that customer experience deliver the right response? That's where the big bucks are going to be so far Google and Facebook trying to license their artificial intelligence technology today in the same way that IBM parts of it, they are certainly. I mean, like Google has built up a very robust computer vision platform and they've actually taken great pains to make it accessible to me. Like, you know, Watson, maybe pretty neat, but I'd wanna go with the company that is cataloging all of someone's all the search query is in most of the world. That is something where Google certainly has a leg up in an Amazon as well, though the one company we haven't mentioned is, is apple, you'd think that they would be further along with this because they also have a lot of data, but they have traditionally lagged behind the others when it comes to product housing capabilities. So when we talk about products, how much money is there to be made. So the gold rush in the the software category right now is worth about fifty billion dollars, which is an enormous amount considering the category didn't really exist three years ago, right? But when you think about the amount of money that can be realized by enterprises adopting a, you know, more intelligent interactions with customers to generate additional revenue, and then also all of the efficiencies that can be built using AI, which in many instances, automates processes and automates them at the. In the most efficient way possible there we're talking about trillions of dollars. Analysts with Forrester. One interesting component of the a. i. business story is talent. MIT technology review estimates. There may be as many as three hundred thousand trained a engineers in the world, but potentially millions of jobs to fill. I'm Ali win, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. If you use an Amazon echo, we have something pretty fun for you to try out just say Alexa, make be smart, and you'll get a new explainer. Every weekday from me in Cairo doll while you're there. You can also request new topics for me in Chi to explain. And of course, don't forget to also say play marketplace

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"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"IBM reported earnings Wednesday. The company has been on a long turnaround path and did report third straight positive quarter. Most of that came from cloud services, security and data analytics, less impressive though was the cognitive solutions department, which includes artificial intelligence, mostly represented by the jeopardy. Winning supercomputer Watson. There are of course lots of companies working on artificial intelligence these days. Brandon pursell is an analyst with Forrester. He said, IBM sells AI as a service and a PI or application programming interface that lets companies licensed the power of Watson and build their own tools on top of it, like digital assistants or in house analysis tools. I asked him how that business works at the core of watching is used dozen or so API's that do different types of of AI. So like computer vision or natural language, understanding which you would use to build a chat bot those are strong capabilities, but still. Acquire very technical resources on the part of the enterprise to use them together as components for an artificially intelligent solution. One of the issues as well with Watson is that IBM has taken that term Watson and kind of labeled all of their products Watson this and Watson that into a certain degree. That's diluted the essence of what watching is. You're saying, if the, if the analogies, the gold rush, there's AI to make your product better which you would. You know, if you're Google or Facebook, you're gonna use it to make your product better and that's like the gold. And then there's a I, that you could sell to companies to make their products better like shovels, so which is that a fair characterization and then which side is the better business? That's definitely a fair assessment and gold rushes a good is a good term. The real value in a I is in the data, the EU's to train it, the size of that data. And also how relevant that data is to the use case that you're interested in, you know, conversational interfaces in a way they're still in their infancy, but I can easily see a world where you know Google Amazon IBM have all nailed conversation for computers. And what differentiates for the brands using this is actually the intelligence that goes into what the interfaces are saying. So they understand English, but. Are they actually saying the right thing to customers? Are they actually understanding the context of that customer experience deliver the right response? That's where the big bucks are going to be so far Google and Facebook trying to license their artificial intelligence technology today in the same way that IBM parts of it, they are certainly. I mean, like Google has built up a very robust computer vision platform and they've actually taken great pains to make it accessible to me. Like, you know, Watson, maybe pretty neat, but I'd wanna go with the company that is cataloging all of someone's all the search query is in most of the world. That is something where Google certainly has a leg up in an Amazon as well, though the one company we haven't mentioned is, is apple, you'd think that they would be further along with this because they also have a lot of data, but they have traditionally lagged behind the others when it comes to product housing capabilities. So when we talk about products, how much money is there to be made. So the gold rush in the the software category right now is worth about fifty billion dollars, which is an enormous amount considering the category didn't really exist three years ago, right? But when you think about the amount of money that can be realized by enterprises adopting a, you know, more intelligent interactions with customers to generate additional revenue, and then also all of the efficiencies that can be built using AI, which in many instances, automates processes and automates them at the. In the most efficient way possible there we're talking about trillions of dollars. Analysts with Forrester. One interesting component of the a. i. business story is talent. MIT technology review estimates. There may be as many as three hundred thousand trained a engineers in the world, but potentially millions of jobs to fill. I'm Ali win, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. If you use an Amazon echo, we have something pretty fun for you to try out just say Alexa, make be smart, and you'll get a new explainer. Every weekday from me in Cairo doll while you're there. You can also request new topics for me in Chi to explain. And of course, don't forget to also say play marketplace

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"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"IBM reported earnings Wednesday. The company has been on a long turnaround path and did report third straight positive quarter. Most of that came from cloud services, security and data analytics, less impressive though was the cognitive solutions department, which includes artificial intelligence, mostly represented by the jeopardy. Winning supercomputer Watson. There are of course lots of companies working on artificial intelligence these days. Brandon pursell is an analyst with Forrester. He said, IBM sells AI as a service and a PI or application programming interface that lets companies licensed the power of Watson and build their own tools on top of it, like digital assistants or in house analysis tools. I asked him how that business works at the core of watching is used dozen or so API's that do different types of of AI. So like computer vision or natural language, understanding which you would use to build a chat bot those are strong capabilities, but still. Acquire very technical resources on the part of the enterprise to use them together as components for an artificially intelligent solution. One of the issues as well with Watson is that IBM has taken that term Watson and kind of labeled all of their products Watson this and Watson that into a certain degree. That's diluted the essence of what watching is. You're saying, if the, if the analogies, the gold rush, there's AI to make your product better which you would. You know, if you're Google or Facebook, you're gonna use it to make your product better and that's like the gold. And then there's a I, that you could sell to companies to make their products better like shovels, so which is that a fair characterization and then which side is the better business? That's definitely a fair assessment and gold rushes a good is a good term. The real value in a I is in the data, the EU's to train it, the size of that data. And also how relevant that data is to the use case that you're interested in, you know, conversational interfaces in a way they're still in their infancy, but I can easily see a world where you know Google Amazon IBM have all nailed conversation for computers. And what differentiates for the brands using this is actually the intelligence that goes into what the interfaces are saying. So they understand English, but. Are they actually saying the right thing to customers? Are they actually understanding the context of that customer experience deliver the right response? That's where the big bucks are going to be so far Google and Facebook trying to license their artificial intelligence technology today in the same way that IBM parts of it, they are certainly. I mean, like Google has built up a very robust computer vision platform and they've actually taken great pains to make it accessible to me. Like, you know, Watson, maybe pretty neat, but I'd wanna go with the company that is cataloging all of someone's all the search query is in most of the world. That is something where Google certainly has a leg up in an Amazon as well, though the one company we haven't mentioned is, is apple, you'd think that they would be further along with this because they also have a lot of data, but they have traditionally lagged behind the others when it comes to product housing capabilities. So when we talk about products, how much money is there to be made. So the gold rush in the the software category right now is worth about fifty billion dollars, which is an enormous amount considering the category didn't really exist three years ago, right? But when you think about the amount of money that can be realized by enterprises adopting a, you know, more intelligent interactions with customers to generate additional revenue, and then also all of the efficiencies that can be built using AI, which in many instances, automates processes and automates them at the. In the most efficient way possible there we're talking about trillions of dollars. Analysts with Forrester. One interesting component of the a. i. business story is talent. MIT technology review estimates. There may be as many as three hundred thousand trained a engineers in the world, but potentially millions of jobs to fill. I'm Ali win, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. If you use an Amazon echo, we have something pretty fun for you to try out just say Alexa, make be smart, and you'll get a new explainer. Every weekday from me in Cairo doll while you're there. You can also request new topics for me in Chi to explain. And of course, don't forget to also say play marketplace

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"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"IBM reported earnings Wednesday. The company has been on a long turnaround path and did report third straight positive quarter. Most of that came from cloud services, security and data analytics, less impressive though was the cognitive solutions department, which includes artificial intelligence, mostly represented by the jeopardy. Winning supercomputer Watson. There are of course lots of companies working on artificial intelligence these days. Brandon pursell is an analyst with Forrester. He said, IBM sells AI as a service and a PI or application programming interface that lets companies licensed the power of Watson and build their own tools on top of it, like digital assistants or in house analysis tools. I asked him how that business works at the core of watching is used dozen or so API's that do different types of of AI. So like computer vision or natural language, understanding which you would use to build a chat bot those are strong capabilities, but still. Acquire very technical resources on the part of the enterprise to use them together as components for an artificially intelligent solution. One of the issues as well with Watson is that IBM has taken that term Watson and kind of labeled all of their products Watson this and Watson that into a certain degree. That's diluted the essence of what watching is. You're saying, if the, if the analogies, the gold rush, there's AI to make your product better which you would. You know, if you're Google or Facebook, you're gonna use it to make your product better and that's like the gold. And then there's a I, that you could sell to companies to make their products better like shovels, so which is that a fair characterization and then which side is the better business? That's definitely a fair assessment and gold rushes a good is a good term. The real value in a I is in the data, the EU's to train it, the size of that data. And also how relevant that data is to the use case that you're interested in, you know, conversational interfaces in a way they're still in their infancy, but I can easily see a world where you know Google Amazon IBM have all nailed conversation for computers. And what differentiates for the brands using this is actually the intelligence that goes into what the interfaces are saying. So they understand English, but. Are they actually saying the right thing to customers? Are they actually understanding the context of that customer experience deliver the right response? That's where the big bucks are going to be so far Google and Facebook trying to license their artificial intelligence technology today in the same way that IBM parts of it, they are certainly. I mean, like Google has built up a very robust computer vision platform and they've actually taken great pains to make it accessible to me. Like, you know, Watson, maybe pretty neat, but I'd wanna go with the company that is cataloging all of someone's all the search query is in most of the world. That is something where Google certainly has a leg up in an Amazon as well, though the one company we haven't mentioned is, is apple, you'd think that they would be further along with this because they also have a lot of data, but they have traditionally lagged behind the others when it comes to product housing capabilities. So when we talk about products, how much money is there to be made. So the gold rush in the the software category right now is worth about fifty billion dollars, which is an enormous amount considering the category didn't really exist three years ago, right? But when you think about the amount of money that can be realized by enterprises adopting a, you know, more intelligent interactions with customers to generate additional revenue, and then also all of the efficiencies that can be built using AI, which in many instances, automates processes and automates them at the. In the most efficient way possible there we're talking about trillions of dollars. Analysts with Forrester. One interesting component of the a. i. business story is talent. MIT technology review estimates. There may be as many as three hundred thousand trained a engineers in the world, but potentially millions of jobs to fill. I'm Ali win, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. If you use an Amazon echo, we have something pretty fun for you to try out just say Alexa, make be smart, and you'll get a new explainer. Every weekday from me in Cairo doll while you're there. You can also request new topics for me in Chi to explain. And of course, don't forget to also say play marketplace

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"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"IBM reported earnings Wednesday. The company has been on a long turnaround path and did report third straight positive quarter. Most of that came from cloud services, security and data analytics, less impressive though was the cognitive solutions department, which includes artificial intelligence, mostly represented by the jeopardy. Winning supercomputer Watson. There are of course lots of companies working on artificial intelligence these days. Brandon pursell is an analyst with Forrester. He said, IBM sells AI as a service and a PI or application programming interface that lets companies licensed the power of Watson and build their own tools on top of it, like digital assistants or in house analysis tools. I asked him how that business works at the core of watching is used dozen or so API's that do different types of of AI. So like computer vision or natural language, understanding which you would use to build a chat bot those are strong capabilities, but still. Acquire very technical resources on the part of the enterprise to use them together as components for an artificially intelligent solution. One of the issues as well with Watson is that IBM has taken that term Watson and kind of labeled all of their products Watson this and Watson that into a certain degree. That's diluted the essence of what watching is. You're saying, if the, if the analogies, the gold rush, there's AI to make your product better which you would. You know, if you're Google or Facebook, you're gonna use it to make your product better and that's like the gold. And then there's a I, that you could sell to companies to make their products better like shovels, so which is that a fair characterization and then which side is the better business? That's definitely a fair assessment and gold rushes a good is a good term. The real value in a I is in the data, the EU's to train it, the size of that data. And also how relevant that data is to the use case that you're interested in, you know, conversational interfaces in a way they're still in their infancy, but I can easily see a world where you know Google Amazon IBM have all nailed conversation for computers. And what differentiates for the brands using this is actually the intelligence that goes into what the interfaces are saying. So they understand English, but. Are they actually saying the right thing to customers? Are they actually understanding the context of that customer experience deliver the right response? That's where the big bucks are going to be so far Google and Facebook trying to license their artificial intelligence technology today in the same way that IBM parts of it, they are certainly. I mean, like Google has built up a very robust computer vision platform and they've actually taken great pains to make it accessible to me. Like, you know, Watson, maybe pretty neat, but I'd wanna go with the company that is cataloging all of someone's all the search query is in most of the world. That is something where Google certainly has a leg up in an Amazon as well, though the one company we haven't mentioned is, is apple, you'd think that they would be further along with this because they also have a lot of data, but they have traditionally lagged behind the others when it comes to product housing capabilities. So when we talk about products, how much money is there to be made. So the gold rush in the the software category right now is worth about fifty billion dollars, which is an enormous amount considering the category didn't really exist three years ago, right? But when you think about the amount of money that can be realized by enterprises adopting a, you know, more intelligent interactions with customers to generate additional revenue, and then also all of the efficiencies that can be built using AI, which in many instances, automates processes and automates them at the. In the most efficient way possible there we're talking about trillions of dollars. Analysts with Forrester. One interesting component of the a. i. business story is talent. MIT technology review estimates. There may be as many as three hundred thousand trained a engineers in the world, but potentially millions of jobs to fill. I'm Ali win, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. If you use an Amazon echo, we have something pretty fun for you to try out just say Alexa, make be smart, and you'll get a new explainer. Every weekday from me in Cairo doll while you're there. You can also request new topics for me in Chi to explain. And of course, don't forget to also say play marketplace

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"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"IBM reported earnings Wednesday. The company has been on a long turnaround path and did report third straight positive quarter. Most of that came from cloud services, security and data analytics, less impressive though was the cognitive solutions department, which includes artificial intelligence, mostly represented by the jeopardy. Winning supercomputer Watson. There are of course lots of companies working on artificial intelligence these days. Brandon pursell is an analyst with Forrester. He said, IBM sells AI as a service and a PI or application programming interface that lets companies licensed the power of Watson and build their own tools on top of it, like digital assistants or in house analysis tools. I asked him how that business works at the core of watching is used dozen or so API's that do different types of of AI. So like computer vision or natural language, understanding which you would use to build a chat bot those are strong capabilities, but still. Acquire very technical resources on the part of the enterprise to use them together as components for an artificially intelligent solution. One of the issues as well with Watson is that IBM has taken that term Watson and kind of labeled all of their products Watson this and Watson that into a certain degree. That's diluted the essence of what watching is. You're saying, if the, if the analogies, the gold rush, there's AI to make your product better which you would. You know, if you're Google or Facebook, you're gonna use it to make your product better and that's like the gold. And then there's a I, that you could sell to companies to make their products better like shovels, so which is that a fair characterization and then which side is the better business? That's definitely a fair assessment and gold rushes a good is a good term. The real value in a I is in the data, the EU's to train it, the size of that data. And also how relevant that data is to the use case that you're interested in, you know, conversational interfaces in a way they're still in their infancy, but I can easily see a world where you know Google Amazon IBM have all nailed conversation for computers. And what differentiates for the brands using this is actually the intelligence that goes into what the interfaces are saying. So they understand English, but. Are they actually saying the right thing to customers? Are they actually understanding the context of that customer experience deliver the right response? That's where the big bucks are going to be so far Google and Facebook trying to license their artificial intelligence technology today in the same way that IBM parts of it, they are certainly. I mean, like Google has built up a very robust computer vision platform and they've actually taken great pains to make it accessible to me. Like, you know, Watson, maybe pretty neat, but I'd wanna go with the company that is cataloging all of someone's all the search query is in most of the world. That is something where Google certainly has a leg up in an Amazon as well, though the one company we haven't mentioned is, is apple, you'd think that they would be further along with this because they also have a lot of data, but they have traditionally lagged behind the others when it comes to product housing capabilities. So when we talk about products, how much money is there to be made. So the gold rush in the the software category right now is worth about fifty billion dollars, which is an enormous amount considering the category didn't really exist three years ago, right? But when you think about the amount of money that can be realized by enterprises adopting a, you know, more intelligent interactions with customers to generate additional revenue, and then also all of the efficiencies that can be built using AI, which in many instances, automates processes and automates them at the. In the most efficient way possible there we're talking about trillions of dollars. Analysts with Forrester. One interesting component of the a. i. business story is talent. MIT technology review estimates. There may be as many as three hundred thousand trained a engineers in the world, but potentially millions of jobs to fill. I'm Ali win, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. If you use an Amazon echo, we have something pretty fun for you to try out just say Alexa, make be smart, and you'll get a new explainer. Every weekday from me in Cairo doll while you're there. You can also request new topics for me in Chi to explain. And of course, don't forget to also say play marketplace

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"watson" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"watson" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Eightynine performance by the late doc watson the pioneering bluegrass and folk atara assed and singer who changed the way people around the world think about mountain music watson was widely regarded as the single greatest flat picking qatar player in america he was born in deep gap north carolina and went blind after an eye infection around his first birthday he was only eleven when his father made him his first banjo put it in his hands and said i want you to learn to play this thing real well we'll get you better one he said my hippie get through the world also ken tucker reviews some newly released music that he likes to listen to the volume up on this fourth of july we're going to hear some great american music we're going deep in our archive for the show to feature doc watson who was one of america's most revered folk musicians in his prime he was considered the finest flat picker in the us folklorist ralph rensselaer who discovered him said watson is single handedly responsible for the extraordinary increase in acoustic flat picking and finger picking retard performance his flat picking style has no precedent in earlier country music watson was born in north carolina's blue ridge mountains when he was about one year old an eye infection left him blind for about fifteen years he toured and performed with his son merle in nineteen eighty five merle was killed in a tractor accident watson organized an annual music festival in his honor and north carolina known as merle fest doc watson died in twenty twelve at the age of eighty nine regard to hear the interview i recorded with doc watson in nineteen eighty eight but will start with a couple of songs from the concert he recorded on our show in nineteen eighty nine he brought with him guitarist jack lawrence who was his longtime music partner i wanna welcome both of you to fresh air and doc watson can i ask you to introduce the first song virga terriers like we'll do one that merlin i muslim merlin i learned from john hurt good ole tuned gold make me down a pallet on your floor.

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