Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Penn., and Rep. Josh Gottheimer, D-N.J., discuss the latest news emerging from the classified documents seized from President Biden on'Fox News Sunday.' This is a rush transcript of'Fox News Sunday' from January 22nd, 2022. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. A new round of classified items found in the president's home and new concerns about financial fallouts as the U.S. hits the debt limit again. JIM CLYBURN (D-SC): We've had these games before and it should not be done. KARINE JEAN-PIERRE, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: The president has been clear on this. It should not be used as a political weapon. BREAM: Swing district, moderate Republicans are calling for the president to drop the take it or leave it approach and come to the table. We'll sit down for a bipartisan conversation with two co-chairs from the Problem Solvers Caucus. Republican Brian Fitzpatrick and Democrat Josh Gottheimer join me to talk about how to find consensus on the debt limit, immigration and more. Then -- thousands of pro-life advocates come to the nation's capital for the first March for Life since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. We'll look at the legal state of play now that abortion laws are up to the states, and sit down for a conversation with prominent voices from both sides. And eight months after the unprecedented leak of a draft Supreme Court ruling, there are still no answers from the high court about the leaker. JIM JORDAN (R-OH): The only way you're going to stop this in the future is to make sure you find out who did it and hold them accountable. BREAM: We'll ask our Sunday panel if we will ever find out who did it. Breaking overnight, at least ten people are dead, another ten injured after a mass shooting near Los Angeles. It happened late last night at a dance club in Monterey Park, California, close to where a lunar New York celebration had been taking place. Authorities say they believe the shooter is male and at this time it appears that person is not in custody. Deputies say they are reviewing security video in that area. Monterey Park is about ten miles east of Los Angeles. We'll keep you updated on any developments we get in from there. Also breaking this morning, the Justice Department seized more classified documents from the president's private residence just this week. The news comes as President Biden prepares to speak in person with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to discuss the new Congress, a range of challenges there, where they disagree. And that, of course, includes the debt limit. Congress is facing a deadline to strike a deal or risk a financial crisis as the Treasury department steps in to avoid a government default.
Widespread autonomy is the next step after the digital transformation and advanced manufacturing. He describes it as the evolution of work and the relationship between humans and machines. Evergreen will present the keynote, "Clearing the Digital Fog: The First Step of Autonomous Transformation," at IME West in Anaheim on February 8. We caught up with Evergreen to ask for further clarification about the autonomous transformation. Related: Manufacturing is Getting'Futurized' with Artificial Intelligence Design News: When you use the term autonomous transformation, it seems you're using the term to describe a concept beyond autonomous vehicles.
Everyone is talking about the latest AI project, Chat GBT, and the responses have ranged from excitement to terror. In fact, Chat GBT has become such a cultural phenomenon that the site is operating at overcapacity, and you can't even get on right now. Kind of like when you call the airline and they ask for your number and say they will text you when you are next in line. In the meantime, AI is already impacting various industries but none more visible or game changing than the sports business. The reason is that predicting future outcomes are essential to everything in sports.
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Before we get to the books you've chosen, can you give us a brief overview of what AI is? Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of computers and other machines to perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence, such as understanding language, recognizing images, making decisions, and solving problems. There are many different types of AI, including narrow or weak AI, which is designed to perform a specific task, and general or strong AI, which is designed to be capable of performing any intellectual task that a human can. One of the main goals of AI research is to create systems that can perform tasks without explicit instructions. To achieve this, AI systems are often designed to learn from data, using techniques from machine learning. Machine learning is a type of AI that allows systems to improve their performance on a particular task over time by learning from data, rather than being explicitly programmed. AI has the potential to revolutionize many industries and change the way we live and work. Some possible applications of AI include autonomous vehicles, medical diagnosis, language translation, and financial trading.
It sounds like something out of a dystopian sci-fi film: virtual-reality humans that mimic the voices and facial expressions of dead people, so loved ones can speak to them from beyond the grave. But now a Korean artificial intelligence firm has made that'ghoulish' vision a reality, insisting the controversial service will help friends and family cope with grief. The technology uses machine learning to process images, audio recordings and video footage of recently deceased people to create a virtual version that can interact with the living, as if on a video call. Called re;memory, the software can even answer questions from the grieving, and share memories from the past. It is expected to cost between £10,000 and £20,000 to create a virtual person, then £1,000 each time a loved one wants a conversation with it. Business development manager Joseph Murphy acknowledged that the service was controversial.
What do you think of images that attempt to mirror reality? I was talking with a woman recently who retired ten years ago after a career as the head of technology in her company. She's now 77 and realizes how much the field has changed over the past decade and she now wants to dig down to learn about how artificial intelligence is transforming the world.
The entire value chain of the healthcare industry is undergoing a huge transformation on account of technology adoption in reducing the cost of healthcare, and accessibility of healthcare facilities, shares Gautam Khanna, Chief Executive Officer, P D Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre with Kaanchi Chawla of Elets News Network (ENN). What position do you think Indian healthcare start-ups are in right now, and how are they doing? India's start-up ecosystem is thriving. The country is home to over 100 Unicorns. According to the NASSCOM Startup Ecosystem Report 2015, India serves as the fastest growing startup-base worldwide and six to eight per cent of the recent B2C startups in India belong to the healthtech sector.
India's vibrant startup culture and urban adoption of cutting-edge technologies like cloud computing and artificial intelligence have led to an explosion in the number of health technology startups in the country. Delving deep into the discussions, Hari Subramanium, Founder and CEO of LifeSigns, had an interaction with Kaanchi Chawla of Elets News Network (ENN). In what position do you think Indian healthcare start-ups are right now, and how are they doing? During the epidemic, when patients and doctors were unable to go to hospitals in the traditional sense, virtual treatment and data collection became essential. Health technology companies in India have exploded in popularity due to the country's dynamic startup culture and the urban uptake of cutting-edge technologies like cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
To answer this question fully you need to consider something we have been discussing in our sales training courses since 2018, the implementation of SEP's (Sales Engagement Platforms), software tools that help sales teams automate and optimize their sales processes. They can include features from marketing automation platforms (MAPS) such as email tracking, calendar management, lead generation and qualification, building a bridge to customer relationship management (CRM) database systems. Some SEPs may also incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to help sales teams predict customer behaviour and implement personalised outreach strategies by accessing all the available information held not only on the company's servers, but also by retrieving client data from the wider internet. Predictions are 95% of Salespeople Will be Replaced by AI by 2030, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, and Salesforce are currently investing Billions in SEP's incorporating AI. The future of direct sales in a B2B (business-to-business) environment is likely to involve a combination of traditional face-to-face sales techniques and modern, digital methods of communication and outreach.