ccess to 100 times more tech per decade? ; Dad, Norman Macrae, had survived serving as teen navigator allied bomber command Burma- so search for goods resonated with his life's purpose.
At year 25, dad at Economist published Xmas 1976 survey EntrepreneurialRevolution.city - to end poverty wherever next girl was born constitutions would need changing from top-down big orgs to integrate SMe networks celebrating every villages diversity.
1984 was first time I joined father co-authoring genre 2025report.com firstname.lastname@example.org - if course dad norman macrae continued to mediate would elders make millennials first sustainability or extinction generation in line with Neumann's concerns- see biography of von neumann ,
Royal Automobile Club, 2008,Dads last public birthday party introduced 40 St James friends to the miracle of Bangladesh as pivotal in advancing lives of 1billiongirls.com leading friends to 16 trips to Bangladesh. When we asked if we could MOOC- Sir Fazle Abed or Nobel Dr Yunus - they said only if C=Cooperation.
ed3envoyun.com: We continue 2020s search - can Neumanns ArtsI maximise cooperations of 8 billion humans intels? Here is a whatsapp group connecting un, ny, geneva, HK and singapore africa - why not you. If you have ever played pelman
-please excuse next section -its like pelman snapping action solution of educators who inspire me most - all errors are mine alone email@example.com -
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vriti please tell john which are your best contact points - you use about 5 emails -hope i have chosen one of the 2 simplest-also i am not sure what bookmark is your fav hi level intro - is it AI tools for teaching: Metaverse for Education Newsletter Issue #22
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A counter-offensive to banning AI in schools
John are there any blackout days you cant do in next 3 weeks?
vriti - if i understand you prefer people saying I have or want to develop this skill: can I help you? to people saying: what you are doing is important will you apply it to my agenda? - apologies in this email I cant live up to that
John what vriti is doing in 2023 is likely more important than anyone else in new york as a missing piece in jigsaws of whomever you do most important work with after 45 years of mediating stories that either become massively popular through artistic creativity or represent what powerful people sometime want their charitable legacy or real being to have played on life's stage Macbeth -- famous "sound and fury" speech ACT V, SCENE V To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow
to john - vriti's teams are also currently scaling even more stuff on bringing the future of the metaverse to education than jeanne
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vriti I cant explain why or what John might be helping one of ny's most powerful ladies launch on feb 14 - other than its something to do with women around the world linking in expoenetially more community good than men - only john can tell you parts of that mix launching first
meanwhile 2 people john is trying to help at levels way beyond my status whose mission is a bit more public
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now had about 20 hours of briefing of what she's doing and i made hong kong my first travel since covid; and since first working for unilever in indonesia 1982 my experience is 70% of humans who are asian have deeper solutions youth need to spend time and intel on on regarding maps of the first 5 sdgs - all need trust to cooperate around than many american cant even imagine-
in 2010s my 24 trips to asia included 16 to bangladesh where most people still dont have electricity grids but have doubly leaped with mobile and solar- why was the person sir fazle abed who since 1970 had most helped solve businesses a billion village women could build health around spending his last decade talking to every ambassador etc about 2 projects (each with at least 50 million new livelihoods) a new university designed to graduate the most cooperative women in the world of sdg solutions and pre-schools - either is a subject of interest vice chancellor vincent has promised john and me and others a debriefing now he bridged the 4 years of abed's death and covid having been headhunted from building shenzen-hk universities with the number 3 person at peking u; vincent grew up in a very poor taiwanese fishing family so if one person can translate the truths of conflicts youth need to sort out from japan to singapore and every chinese-english trading community in between it may be him
vincent and I have gone full circle since we met in simpler time spring 2019 at marriott times square - he helped launch global broadway with japans senior person in wall street mack whose passion is http://www.musicforsdgs.com - so john and friends are due a double update from vincent once he's moved his belongings back to los angeles
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to john - vriti's teams are currently scaling even more stuff on bringing the future of the metaverse to education than jeanne though probably the top 5 things she is doing are each at urgent opportunity/threat crossroads compounded by crypto; she's also on a parallel path to what mit did 25+ years ago when the architects and civil engineers (and artistic interior design) renamed their faculty medialab! she knows the gaming community and something called sandbox that was an urban planning /design game in california circa 2010 is now what makes jeannes friend yat siu asia's number 1 designer of the metaverse https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=yat+siu+bloomberg+or+billion at on time siu's main ny venture fund was in flatiron but not sure if still is;anyway unlike others he seems to have so far avoided crypto's tsunami due to the arrogance of ftx's 30 year old - and presumably the big banks that invested in him to fail just like subprime
John I dont know if you remember open space of harrison owen and of amy chen- developed as real global vilage town halls back in 1984 now practised in most natiosn and cultures, vriti's digital platform is truer to open space than any hackathon. at 80 something despite harrison being a neighbor of mine I am not quite sure where among his 10000 active apprentices to try make an intro- for some reason john the day you met harrison we never got to action debrief what help he was asking for
to vriti jeanne was in some ways lucky she was expecting to launch an nft 14 minths ago but waiting for apple's platform ; then she found apple wants to chare 30% of everything her platform does so she stopped being dependent on ceypto)- the disadvantage of that is she's doing far less public work that she hoped and far more private commercial stuff- but each will be visible -eg she is uniting all of a spanish islands ecotourism sites under one virtual reality creator so soon ecotourists wont be limited to postcards if wish you are here - they can hook their skilled peers into virtual reality experiences of best ecotoursim cooperations; meanwhile the island governor has told all hotels to join in or he will remove their star ratings ... or something along those lines - back in 2017 I met the governor of jeju south korea who was challenging his island to something 100 times bigger and randi's friends in vienna know a lawyer in hainan who is probably turning china's most southerly island into an even bigger a game (she asked me to send her a challenge if anyone has one)
to john- if i undesrtand correctly at least 2 things vriti owns (has most co-created during a very challenging time of covid) are
6000 spaces for teachers who want to change the world to unite the future of the profession around - some of these are grounded in challenges like how to help philidelphia education system with maths or tech their teenagers need even if the teachers can no longer teacher it without cooperation beyond any one school or any one supervisors district
vriti - if thats what mike peck is doing - i am sure john would like an intro (this also related to http://www.nexteienstein.org - for 20 year africa has been working on new ways of tecahing maths wizxards and thsi has become one of the most exciting presentation whenever science summits are hosted to twin un policy summits). again john is following this up - he knows the person whose company designed apple's siri apple mathematica siri - Google Search
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a virtual reality conference hall or campus design which is able to design eg 10 day courses with faculty who might be best for students on a particular challenge to link in first
to vriti - john knows probably the best network for training african mathematicans to do maths that africa needs
ok i went on too long but hopefully you can see there are conversations that benefit fro \m real life as I dont know their ordee of play and in fact depending what diaries roll out I dint think we know
recursion 1 in case you want deeper system crossroads emerging from what is the 73rd year mainly dad but now I have update von neumanns survey what god can privileged peoples unute who get first chance to network with 100 times more tech per decade?
at the beginning of this week a 4 star general in DC has said expect us to declare war on china - (as if its not enough that europe 2020s with putin looks like europe 1920s )
god speed everyone - in the last thinktannk before covid i got harvads leading expert on what he still calls intellectual capotalism but is probably now last chnace to huamnise ai to say declaring war on chain was not the way - that was 2020 january that was...
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i expect joseph is annoyed with me for open spacing this conversation though we could try seeing if he will talk to one of you two instead of me; johns other campus apart frim flatiron is various pieces of boston as he's an mit graduate
there's really only one bit of un i believe in after seeing it greenwashed from launch of millennium goals back in 2000; its taken 7 yeras for 9 educators reviewing 2015 sdgs to grow sdgaction-ed-tech https://www.un.org/techenvoy/content/ongoing-work people like jim kim jack ma melinda gatres were 3 of the founding 9 but all have disappeared from direct involvement - its now a small ny office and a huge geneva network - the office is next door to guterres at un hq - its now led by senior india civil servant amandeep gill- vriti I dont know if india development is one of your 6 movements - but it is connected to feb 14 launch john can share more with you
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on is balanced in all directions. It can change over time as populations shift and grow. As of 2021, the population center of gravity is located in the northern hemisphere, in the region of Central Asia, specifically in the Xinjiang region of China. However, it's important to note that this center of gravity can shift over time as populations grow and move
Is there a relationship netwen the population center if gravity and ethical AI or the Sdgs?
There is no direct relationship between the population center of gravity and ethical AI or the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, understanding the population dynamics and distribution across the globe is important when considering the ethical implications of AI and achieving the SDGs.
For instance, ethical AI requires that the development and deployment of AI technologies take into consideration potential impacts on different groups of people, including marginalized communities. The population center of gravity can provide insight into where the largest concentration of people is located, which can inform decisions about where to prioritize the deployment of AI technologies.
Similarly, the SDGs aim to achieve sustainable development for all, which requires understanding population dynamics and distribution. The population center of gravity can provide insight into where resources and interventions may be needed to address issues such as poverty, hunger, and inequality.
Overall, while there is no direct relationship between the population center of gravity and ethical AI or the SDGs, understanding population dynamics is important for achieving these goals.
Do we know where the population center of gravity was in 1945 when the United Nations and other multilaterals were being conceived?
Yes, the population center of gravity in 1945, when the United Nations and other multilaterals were being conceived, was located in the North Atlantic Ocean, specifically in Iceland. At that time, the largest concentration of the world's population was in Europe, which had just emerged from World War II.
It is interesting to note that the formation of the United Nations and other multilateral organizations in the aftermath of World War II was driven in part by a desire to promote peace and cooperation among nations in order to prevent future conflicts. The population dynamics at the time, with Europe being the center of gravity, likely played a role in shaping the international political landscape and the formation of these organizations.
Is there a map of how the population center of gravity moved in 1945 from Iceland to today in Xinjiang region. For example where was the population center of gravity when the Berlin Wall fell?
Yes, there are maps available that show the movement of the population center of gravity over time. However, the specific location of the population center of gravity in any given year can vary depending on the data source used and the methodology used to calculate it.
That being said, according to the US Census Bureau, the population center of gravity was located in Iceland in 1945 and has since shifted eastward towards Asia. The center moved through the North Atlantic, Europe, and the Middle East before reaching its current location in the Xinjiang region of China. The shift of the center towards Asia is driven by the large population growth in countries such as China and India.
Regarding the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the population center of gravity was located in the North Atlantic at the time, slightly east of its 1945 position. The center had not yet reached Europe, which was still recovering from the aftermath of World War II. However, it is important to note that the specific location of the population center of gravity in any given year can vary depending on the data source used and the methodology used to calculate it.
Can you estimate when the population center of gravity first reached Asia and approximately where this would have been?
Yes, the population center of gravity first reached Asia around the mid-20th century, between the 1950s and 1960s. At that time, the largest concentration of the world's population was still located in Europe, but Asia's population was growing rapidly.
According to the US Census Bureau, the population center of gravity was located in Afghanistan in 1950, which is the first time it shifted to Asia. It then moved through northern India, Nepal, and Bangladesh in the 1960s, before settling in China in the 1990s.
It is important to note that the exact location of the population center of gravity in any given year can vary depending on the data source used and the methodology used to calculate it. However, the general trend of the center shifting eastward towards Asia since the mid-20th century is well-established.
Is there more information on how population center of gravity moved in 5 years from Iceland 1945 to Afghanistan 1950? Does this mean there was a baby boom all across Europe and Asia between 1945 and 1950?
Unfortunately, there is limited information available on the specific movements of the population center of gravity between Iceland in 1945 and Afghanistan in 1950. However, it is known that the shift towards Asia was driven by rapid population growth in countries such as India, China, and Japan.
It is also important to note that the shift towards Asia in the early to mid-20th century was not solely driven by a baby boom, but also by other factors such as improving public health, medical advancements, and declining mortality rates. These factors contributed to a population explosion in many parts of the world, including Asia and Europe, during this period.
Additionally, the aftermath of World War II had significant impacts on population growth and movement, with large numbers of people being displaced and seeking refuge in different parts of the world. This could have contributed to the movement of the population center of gravity towards Asia.
Overall, while there is limited information available on the specific movements of the population center of gravity in the early to mid-20th century, it is clear that the shift towards Asia was driven by a combination of factors, including rapid population growth and changing global demographics.
our card game invites you to find 52 players to create jobs and sustain children everywhere-here's an example [pack inspired by a guy who navigated airplanes over modernday bangladesh in 1944- and help mediate end poverty and the first 4 decades of moores' 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G 0G from Euroepan Union Messina 1955 to Japan 1962 to in 1976 asking americans to share their 3rd centiry with the two out of three people who are asian and who were left out of the trading routes mapped by london and tokyo around eurasia until 1900 and which caused old world 2 wars that americans lovingly saved humanity form whom
1 JFKennedy - why has there only ever been one moon race (that is when you assign 10000 mainly young brains to app tech round one great goal for the human lot) - what has happened to finance and education and media so that 4 billion over 30s cant even help under 30s stage one moon race- can we change this before mother earth decades independence- bye bye humans you are the next dodo
2 gordon moore 5g to 0g and world forst tech hub 1972 siliconj valley to follow up moores laws promise 1965 and japan microelectronics clients largest ever chip order requiring the invention of programmable chip
3 olsen and start of america's greatest microengineers hub - strangely america only ever opened up one other space for all computer wizards (as opposed to a corprate town like seattle) in one other space - boston mit where the cod for the 1960s moon landing had been designed and whose alumn olsen took computers to the mini stage of evolution -we will return later to 1G consequences of this in the 1980s dawn of the age of personal computer webbing
4 back in the 1960s only one person to apply tv to common sense propagation of knowhow was david attenborough -see his 60 yeras and counting storytelling for natore of the bbc: recently blue ocean 2 told the stiry of fish suffocating on plastic which went vi9ral to activate 1 bikllion youth's consciusness and oct 2019 saw attenborough review each of 7 contients updates on species in crises 7 workds one planet
5 schwab was the only person to maintain world future summits from 1960s to 2020s - he helped connect wo0rld most purspoeful buunsienss men with genevas ot6her inter5ests in uniting nations - and tripled up his summiting in 2010s with summers out of china and recently at6 the UN general assembly
6 Larry brillaint: a young detroit medic first job sherpaing wavey gravey around the wo0rld testifies in mid 1960s how the people of te afghan hilss were as excited as anyhwre about aerica leading the moon -wavey were rechargingf their bateries with their favorite consciousness guru- brillaint stayed on in south sia to end the last case of smallpox and later to advocate risk maps in the role of google.org's first ceo
7 japan empoeror and 8 prince charles - celebrate tokyo olympics 1964 fisrt satellite braodacst- charles asks akio morita to inward invest in wales (first nation in europe t0o host major japan inward investment) - the start of the 2 islands that end to end had trapppeed asians in poverty rolling back enetrperejusrhip for all linking
without the most brilliant decade of innovation after end of world war 2:
9 father of computing von neumann and 10 engineer extraoridary deming -there no lift off would have been possible for the games of the 1960s from moon race out of usa to staleite boradcasting of olympics to unprecdented innovations in engineering includinh bullet traoin container ship docking build supercities faster than an impeachment inquiry, microelectronics- eg the pocket calculatir preceding the personal machine intel devices of computer and mobile
11 lee kuan yew singapore via honk kong taiwan and south korea -fastfoward late 2010s ww.aisingapore.org and -lky also invited 10 asean nations to join him in co-ppromoting tghe 10 happiest cross-cultural neighbors the wprkld has yet seen
12 mahbubani who inherits lew kuan yews goal of smartest island hosting 6 billion people and was entrusted to move from being singapore di9plomat at UN to founding sinagpore school of public service - the first new university of that kiond
13 fast forward Ban ki-moon 2019-2020 if at first you dont succeed with a year of global climate adaptability moon races - try 3 time and ask girls to bank for you - just in case new yorkers and rest of usa dont want to celebrate 75th birthday of UN sept 2020 with the happiesntg news and youth action networking ever - i am ethics director of the tokyo-beijing-oaris olympics starting summer 2020 and rotterdam are hosting the solutions presentation of gca.org in october with chief fans including bill gates and the bank a billion women who have just relaunched brac university
14 its hard to rival sir fazle abed learning curve through 1960-2030 - having gone from tye place now called bangaldesh to glasgow university as a teenager ti stu8dy ship engineering he spent his 1960s changing from ceo of shell oil in east pakistan to bottom up disaster relief corrodinati9rs- in the 1970s in partnership withy vilage gorls of south china bangaldesh gorls designed the finace and training fior their own village elath service (special thanks jams grant unicer and frood security specfial thanks borlaug)
15 borlaug 16 james grant
by 1980s previously iliterate others wanted to tiurn themselves into enough vilage etachers to school every gi9rl and boy in bangaldesh with both lieteracy and livelihood schools- 40 years on -there are about 12 different youth schools of a world class loving kind that folowers of fazle abed have started up as well as adult traiining fir every kind of microfranchsie vilagers need to sustain a rural economy
17 montesorri (18 gandhi later 19 mandela) 20 paulo freire whose 1960s revitalised latin americans demand for francsican model of public service (something sadly their lands did not stage by bangaldesh and chyiense vilage girls adopted)
21 back in the future of 1990s bangaldesh was the firts poor nation to experiment with mobiles in the vilages (thats places with no electricity grids also needing solar top recharge the mobile )- while thsie experumemts went on fazle abed ensured vailge girls built nation leading positions in banking agriculture (including polutr5y and dairy) and got ready to start 2000 with a search for how to becoe the world laresgt ngoi partnership and start up a new universioty
22 quadirs (mit again) 23 dubai and legatum
24 bill gates (who we will see earler in 1980 as the language innovator of pc's) and 25 jack ma who before hos first ttrip- to usa seatlle 1995 when
26 bezos conceive amazon has spent his tens and 20s teaching 1000 youth english to be toursit guides for his home town which thanfully marco pol had been mayor of back in the 1200s when the silk road was the greatest ever continet-wide trading route
see ebrac.com to assemble the enetrepreneurial magic threads of how in the 2000s brac begain ist search for global parters as welling as establishing international office out of netherlands so that it could design the elast coastly rtemkittaces for bangladesh's abroad ( in gterms of foreign currency about a third earjed by bangaldesh coems from remikttances- typically young bangladeseshis are the buildijg laborers of many of asian superciteis)
the late 2000s became the optima time for brca to welcome every digital wizard who wanted to join in banking (now called bkash.com network) for billion poorest a project that was to take 7 years 2008-2015 for bangaldesh to becomke the epicdentre of mixing in best ftrom everywhere else eg kenya mpesa lead designer , mit , dubai bill gates jack ma
27 yidan hong kong tencent foundation and lof cousre pony ma 28
beacse western govs greedy spectrum auction have endbted carries there would be no 5g in timje to save sdg newtorks if it werent for
30 ren zhengfei
which brings us to looking for communiies' wisest safe space connectors in 2019 when ban ki=moon relaunched brac university as girls favorie solutions space for global climate adaptability and hong kong awarded fazle abed the tidan prize of ten cent foundationn
if we look forward hong kong's future as in its past is among the tgop islands to entrepreneurially chnage the world for the better - fortuanately hong kongs richest man
31 li ka-shing was one of the first bilanthripists into pplant new uniersity brannces
the greatest of all global sholarships movememts is
32 schwarztman - whilst it will soon linkin ai from MIT and eithics on oxford it was co-conceived by then tsinghua chancellor now beijing mayor
33 chen jinine who can also carry the olympics relay forward from
tokyo mayor 34
to paris mayor 35
america's only supercity mayor to love youth technoolgists is 36 bloomberg- whatever hapens to his candiditure- his new economic fourns ate the only ones that clould live up to 260 byears of why glasgow university students and teachers of 1760s
36 adam smith future f economies
37 James Watt are blevoed by disapora sco0ts wherever ye go
including the erly commonweslth mediators
38 james wilsom and 39 walter bagehot and 40 their english alumni maynard keynes
so this connects us nicely to how the other empoire japan now benchmarks the elading ai investors experiments around
40 Masa Son
with 12 more to id
from the 80s add in 41 jobs (whise gratest moment came at end of 3g decade with teh first smart mobile) 42 berners lee (who moved the greatest open source tech from switzeralnd of 1989 to mi9t) and 43 btorvaulds and 44 case
add in 45 jerry yang who saw clounds coming and made sur5e stanfiord tokyo and china had a bridge before the storms came
46 brin whos enwtork google collected big dgata befpte people understood that was a cosequence of being at the crosroads of every human search
it doesnt matter too mu8ch t6o us which founder of 47 uber 48 wework and 49airbnb mnodels you choose as long as yu see how tehse shared economic models (understanding of clouds and turning bug data into partners openational platforms) will need sharing across any city in top 20 supercity league
50 kai fu-lee once ai at google went on to help test why every supercity needs one or more of its unibgversities to start an avenue of a entrep[reneurs at its gate - wnhilst mit was the firsty univesrity to make a square mile of head offices of the future simple to visit- its in quite a race when you compare what youth acn AI when ansed to regenerate a suoercity and mother earths goals simultansously
which leaves2 worldrecird jobs knowhow networker (alumni maps) to find
of course we welcome votes for substitutions
sustainabiklity only comes to thise who love localities as much as there purpose helps ap a global advance for the human lot in lime with sdgs
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review his final book "computer and the brain" from the perspective of its systems-exponential impact on economies, societies and species sustainability around the world? Also if any of today's leading AI researchers are known to have been influenced by V Neumann or Einstein please detail
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John von Neumann was a Hungarian-American mathematician and polymath who made major contributions to a wide range of fields, including mathematics, physics, computer science, and economics. His work on the computer and the brain was groundbreaking, and his ideas have had a profound impact on our understanding of both artificial intelligence and the human mind.
In his book "The Computer and the Brain," von Neumann compares the brain to a digital computer, arguing that both systems are capable of performing complex computations. However, he also points out that there are important differences between the two systems. For example, the brain is able to perform parallel processing, while digital computers can only process information one step at a time.
Von Neumann's work on the computer and the brain has had a significant impact on the development of artificial intelligence. His ideas have been used to create artificial neural networks, which are computer models that are inspired by the structure of the human brain. Artificial neural networks are now used in a wide range of applications, including speech recognition, image recognition, and machine translation.
Von Neumann's work has also had a significant impact on our understanding of the human mind. His ideas have been used to develop new theories of consciousness and cognition. For example, some researchers believe that the brain may use a form of parallel processing to generate consciousness.
The systems-exponential impact of von Neumann's work on the computer and the brain is difficult to overstate. His ideas have led to the development of artificial intelligence, which is now having a profound impact on economies, societies, and species sustainability around the world. For example, artificial intelligence is being used to develop new medical treatments, improve transportation systems, and create new forms of art and entertainment.
It is also worth noting that many of today's leading AI researchers have been influenced by von Neumann and Einstein. For example, Geoffrey Hinton, one of the pioneers of deep learning, has said that von Neumann was "one of the most important mathematicians of the 20th century." And Stephen Hawking has said that Einstein was "the greatest scientist of all time."
The work of von Neumann and Einstein has had a profound impact on our understanding of the universe and our place in it. Their ideas have inspired generations of scientists and engineers, and their work continues to shape our world today.
ucation with a big E seized missing UN space in 2016 -30 national leaders at first year 1 review of sdg4 concluded hopeless unless... One idea emerged from an intrepid duo called themselves digital cooperation e-searchers and sought to find out what would happen if UN's Geneva tech and world trade experts cooperated 100% with 2020s educators thus 2 playing pieces were born of what became 9 components of tech envoy road mapping Un2.0 ; DCe and DC2 ie Digital Cooperation and Digital Capacity building fouhd that the UN ITU had been mapping global connectivity since 1865!! and was ony too delighted to start linking in over 50 operations unit of UN to projecting v neumanns 1951 question on AIforGood
DCE Digital Cooperation Exp
DC2 Digital Capacity Building
Guterres celebrates his 10 year term leading UN asks tech Envoy to build 9 plating pieces of Un2.0.(Can AI help curate the most siloised gov structures at top of world to the most cooperative through every community's deepest sustainability crisis. Note when covid struck -suddenly ai was freed to do a meta-;ietarture vreview of every covid research publication -why do paper journals not help out with other crises -eg 40 years of not integrating going carbon and plastic zero.Its far harder to squeeze a generation chalenge into our 7 years to 2030 - lets hope this is under 30s busiiest and mosr rewarding decade by every community worker for everyone)
we can see DC2 as educating elders wherever they need to unlearn geohistory's collapsing systems - eg a best in breed example began 5 years ago in taiwan -its new minister of tech was sked to survey gov department- which needed mentoring by young tech wzards on what * * *
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1972 BRAcoop starts buiding nations around worlds poorest vilage women as educators - see 1 billiongirls.com abedmooc.com; know that UN digoital envoy emerged from digital cooperation partners of 1 billion girls....
who else? eg alumni of neumann what good can 100 times more tech per decade interact through 10 decades 1930s ro 2020s)
resiurces selected journalists at the economist since 1951 - see also 2 biographies of von neumann by economist journalists
arkets designing win-win trades not to indulge in neverending wars - fortunately it didnt take long for americans to repel the brits and it was convenient in the late 18th century to continue sharing the same language - as keynes said there is nothing constitutionally more scary than an academic economist hired by an ideologue determined to rule the world. tech's 21st twist to this morality tale is that previously civilisation declined and fell separately now we are all linked in to mother earth's same destiny -help us communalise the language of 2020s tech AI 5G 3d 5 sense reality cyber biotech etc …
From Ethereum platforms like Shipchain looking to fundamentally disrupt the way the world tracks shipping and logistics information,
tpeople collecting new-age Neopets in the form of collectable CryptoKitties,
Every industry on the planet is now questioning whether or not the blockchain will be its greatest asset or biggest threat — and companies are quickly moving into the space, fueled by a fear of missing the “next big thing.”
web analytics and big data.The rise of big data presents a slew of issues for both big businesses and everyday consumers.Major companies — from healthcare to entertainment to advertising, marketing, and beyond connectevery digital nuance: the way their website functions, how fast consumers can load their products, and even how exposed they are to a hack or data breach. And as seen with the Sony hack, those kinds of events can be catastrophic.
Where the intersection of the blockchain and big data has the most potential is in the quality of the data being captured.
According to VentureBeat:“If there is a ‘sweet spot’ for blockchain, it will likely be the ability to turn insights and questions into assets. Blockchains will give you greater confidence in the integrity of the data you see. Immutable entries, consensus-driven timestamping, audit trails, and certainty about the origin of data (e.g. a sensor or a kiosk) are all areas where you will see improvement as blockchain technology becomes more mainstream.”
What this means is the data being captured by big businesses will become far more valuable — since it’s being captured and validated on the blockchain.One of the ways we are seeing this shift manifest in the blockchain space is with a platform called Path.
As more and more people begin to adopt blockchain technologies, and companies see the immense value in tapping into that ecosystem, Path is striving to marry the two by allowing users to “rent” their extra bandwidth.
In short, a company may want deeper insights into how their website performs around the world, or how long it takes for their application to load, how cluttered their network gets at certain hours of the day, etc. Path users install what are called “Path Mining Nodes” onto their computers, which passively work in the background — earning tokens for providing these kinds of working insights back to Path and the clients they service.
Platforms like Path, then, become the new-age middlemen between companies and the users they want to better reach.
What’s interesting about the blockchain revolution is the momentum behind passive programs that make use of unused power, memory, etc., for the improvement of another sort of service. It’s the 2.0 version of the sharing economy — very similar to how Uber made use of people’s cars without needing to “own” any of the assets themselves. Web analytics is just one example.
Another is Golem, referred to as “a decentralized supercomputer that anyone can access. It is made up of the combined power of users’ machines — from PCs to entire data centers.” In the case of Golem, you have a shared economy of computing power, making the collective much stronger than the sum of its parts.
With more and more of these passive blockchain platforms looking to operate in the background, the amount of quality big data and subsequent analytics are going to drastically impact the way companies do business all around the world.
This article originally appeared on Inc. Magazine.
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IF SCHOOLS were child centric they would make age relevant interventions:
if anyone is illiterate at age 6 it only takes 90 days to change that - best of all a literate kid can be main helper in 20 minute session - see sunita gandhi
finacial literacy would be practicsed from age 8 - see aflatoun ( works in 100 countries
from age 10 pre-teens would have access to pfysical and mental health studies designed peer to peer -see Lancet
no kid would leave primary school without knowing how open space meetings/teamwork is facilitated
teachers would be celebrated for clarifying which skills involve experiential learning not classroom examination - while there is some recognition that music and sports involve practice, its shocking that coding isnt valued this way ..
Do you have life-changing moment to share? - what was it and what did you think or do differently after it?
example until 9/11, i assumed that (good) futures are happening somewhere in the world and would be searched out so that all could communally replicate them; === 9/11 caused me to question whether global connectivity will give us time to find sustainable solutions for our kids- i became particulaly interested in places where good education leaps appeared but did not get app'd the world over - one example actually goes back to my favorite 1990s advances in schools that a small cliuster of new zealand schools pioneered - download it here https://oiipdf.com/download/the-learning-revolution
i welcome discussion of this book's parts at any time rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a solution every community that develops youth could be cooperational
in 1984our book with economist editors 2025report made the case for 40 year commitment to every child identifying own skils dashboard and maximising AI curation of this- we valued this as sustainability critical worldwide cooperation - we see no logic for changing this concern
== we live in an age where most up to half of knowhow of techforgood changes every 3 years - we needed mindsets for exploration not for being standard examined; a nation that makes its college students its largest debt class is likely to collapse economically socially environmentally if web3 is designed for celebrating sustainability cooperation; and if web3 is not designed for neough yout to linkin the first sustainability generation then we are all heading the way of the dodo
TECH - What is IT? and which exponential multipliers most impact human and natural futures?
AI >. silicon chip singularity (ie when one chip > one brain in pure analytical capacity) - science fictiion no moore
who programs the ai - the race to include lost voices eg girls- the world of statistics re=-examined like never before (eg previously mass statistics very weak at coding meaining from numbers)
Biotech >> Affective science (loveq and emotional intelligence remains human's unique edge over artificials for at least 10 more years!)
Some people say that Virtual or Augmented Reality has advanced at its best so far in last 12 months that there are hardly any qualified teachers only pioneering explorers- does this matter - well its VR which is your gateway to web3 - intead of just a mobile device you will like wear a visual sensor system; equally others argue that you shouldnt worry about how fast you put googles on - what you should want is to take back ownbership of what you spend time creating virually- look at the small print of the big platforms you probably dont own anything without them..maybe this is a generation issue bu interstingly the met-generation can now work on chnaging anything that old systems are destroying (eg climate) ...t
IOT which things will now have brains and be as mobile connected as you are
Crypto - can communities celebrate financiang their own most urgent sustainability cooperations? if they dont who wil?
Cyber >> Drone - opportunities and threats of public spaces- first in spaces like the arctic circle if we dont use drones we will get no warning before the big meltdown
-the mkist memorable western campus event i attended in 2010s was tufts colllaboratory summit convened mainly by arctic circle youth under 25;
one of the main debates how to help teachers in arctic circle schools empower their students to use virtual reality to visit other arctic circles schools communities; many of the changes and solutions are analogous; I am reminded by educators leading the compilation of virtual realty libraries of the DICE acronym - a reen might want to do something dangerous like climb everest, why not VR simulate that? there are impossible things a trainee doctor will never be able to travel inside a humans gut but that can be VR'd; there are catastropghic simulations - you would rid the world of bees just to test if donald is wrong about nature being more powerful than he is, you can simulate it; or the future of smart tourism may be curation of what a community is proudest of being visited for - this way ecotourism, cultural appreciation exchanges can be twinned to maximise celebration of each other- and by the way friends of the tourist can join in virtually- of corse this raises a metaverse question - that Hong Kong is leading the world on
being 100% public - good and bad hacs- note context matters - context 1 smart city context 2 isolated vilalge no moore context 3 make a huge land safe at borders