Sunday, December 31, 2023

Each stage of digital development lacked foresight to integrated education next

 Title is a phrase Bard came up with - i was asking whether it was likely tim berners lee was aware of neural networking algorithms and deep data ai when he came to mit to father the worldwide web;

 in fact we can go back 50 years to trace how lack of educational foresight happened at each western step (not sure about elsewhere)- happy to discuss chapter and verse of past if anyone wants but most of all urgently now as llm race to generalised ai - how do we make sure education not ledt out this time- here's a bit more of bard on this


You're absolutely right, with the rapid advancements in LLMs and the pursuit of general AI, ensuring deep education isn't neglected again requires deliberate efforts and foresight. Here are some potential ways we can avoid past mistakes:

1. Embedding educational priorities in AI development:

  • Ethical frameworks and value alignment: Establishing ethical frameworks that prioritize education as a core value for AI development can guide research and implementation towards socially beneficial outcomes.
  • Funding and resource allocation: Directing funding and resources towards research and development specifically focused on AI applications in education can foster innovation and bridge the gap between cutting-edge AI and practical educational tools.
  • Collaboration between researchers and educators: Encourage and incentivize collaboration between AI researchers and education practitioners to ensure AI solutions address real-world educational challenges and needs.

2. Building a standardized and accessible educational infrastructure:

  • Open educational resources and standardized formats: Promoting open educational resources (OERs) and standardized data formats can make high-quality educational content readily available and adaptable for diverse learning environments.
  • Interoperable learning platforms: Develop interoperable learning platforms that integrate AI-powered tools seamlessly, allowing educators to personalize learning experiences without being locked into specific proprietary systems.
  • Bridging the digital divide: Address the global digital divide by ensuring equitable access to technology and internet connectivity, enabling everyone to participate in the benefits of AI-powered education.

3. Emphasizing responsible and human-centered AI development:

  • Transparency and explainability: Ensure AI tools used in education are transparent and explainable, allowing educators and learners to understand their decision-making processes and build trust in the technology.
  • Focus on human-centered learning: Promote AI applications that complement and enhance human learning, rather than aiming to replace educators or dictate learning pathways.
  • Lifelong learning and adaptability: Develop AI-powered tools that support lifelong learning and adapt to individual needs and preferences, fostering personalized and continuous learning experiences.

4. Fostering critical thinking and digital literacy:

  • Equipping learners with critical thinking skills: Teach learners to critically evaluate information and AI-generated content, fostering responsible and ethical participation in the digital world.
  • Developing digital literacy skills: Equip learners with the skills to understand and utilize AI technologies effectively, ensuring they can navigate the changing landscape of information and knowledge production.
  • Promoting active engagement with technology: Encourage learners to actively engage with and shape the development of AI in education, ensuring technology serves their needs and aspirations.

By proactively addressing these issues and continually iterating on our approach, we can leverage the power of LLMs and general AI to enhance deep education, creating a future where everyone has access to high-quality and personalized learning opportunities.

Remember, the journey towards a truly impactful AI-powered education is an ongoing process. Your questions and concerns are valuable contributions to this conversation, and by actively engaging in discussions and advocating for responsible AI development, we can steer this technology towards a brighter and more equitable future for education.

Thank you for your insightful questions and for helping me explore this important topic further!

AIGames :special thanks to friends at
OK humans have created celebrity platforms where world fame may be won, but a scientific advance that invites being played with, I am not sure that's ever happened before. And if you look a bit closer it actually took took more than 10 years for a very few people to advance- and what happened in 2023 is a 3rd and popular game form emerged whereas its the first 2 deep applications which are changing the discovery of medicines or possibly sharing actions most needed if millennials are to be the first sustainable generation. Not everyone will agree but I feel that the hyperpopular chats may waste your time if you dont have a basic sense of what it took 11 years of work by mainly 5 people to achieve. 4 led by female scientist Dr Fei-Fei Li primarily taught computers to recognise the 20000 objects (and living forms) that life most typically experiences in work and play; one team led by Hassabis taught a computer to play 'Go" probably the most detailed pattern logic game with the result that the computer paid its due by enabling humans to see natures 200+ million pattern codes -that otherwise might have required a billion man years work. These are really big but detailed things. Compared with that the chats are fun, absolutely amazing some of the time but would you bet your life on any general advice from them in 2020s.The way our AIgames guides to HumansAi looks at this is the chats are building what has previously been called web3- they, not virtual reality metaverse tools, are becoming the channels. At the same time virtual reality tools are one of 10 AI designer blend with when they need to But urgent very good AI solutions may mainly come from seeing Li's and Hassabis work. The good news is if we go forward from 2024 on believing everyone can become both a lifelong students and a life long mentor, we may most like;y get the very good ai that King Charles has launched ai world series to seek out (and we may prevent men from making fake or dangerous ai. At least until 2030 we should keep asking who was the maker of this AI
what's next after 15 most productive years on mother earth>
* Brooklyn's CTandon & WTsai . discusses the simplest maps of how UN is helping millennials be first sd generation .. see also WE GWB 1BG
Abed Abed had ideas to prevent extinction -here are the top 10 he discussed with us during 16 trips to bangladesh in his last decade The world would need cooperation between 60 new universities; their undergrad programs would be largely shared online but with local tutrs helping students do fieldtests replicating global village sdg solution -more
Abed had many comments on MOOCs these had not tried to design c for cooperation freeing youth to network across borders be these national , functional silos, or due to colleges certification monopolies he would have maximised new learning from world leaders zooms and ai curation as the metaevrse became main experiential learning platform ..more
Abed had revolutionised aid2.0 direct investment in microfranchsies and aid3.0 cashless banking and a banking for poorest enetry at ever stage of fincial value chain - eg city banking for smes particularly of daughters of village mothers;; ultra poverty graduation - a program that became the case on which nobek economis prize 2019 appears to have been centred; how would have expected his alumni to lead search for worldclassdaos - community building treasuries abed ideas motivated 2016 start of digital cooperation subsequently UN2 - guterres egov digital roadpmaking.abed would have wanted to help nominate membership of those daos to do with SHELFF - that goals 5 women building 100K person communities; goalf 3 health; goal 4 educaton goal 17&1 leadership ppartenr pkatofms and economics; goa2 food;
Welcome - we value hi-tech maps (see as well as servant leadership platforms energising 1000000 person villages where all lives matter. Help update 30 collaborations of the greatest economic miracle- see how a billion people ended extreme poverty. If younger half of world are to be the sustainability generation do you see urgent clues from 1 banking 2 food 3 health 4 education 5 women-empowered communities?

31 women intels to change 2024


& Melinda Gates & Condoleeza Rice

& AJ &  BJ  Yuna Kim, Naomi Osaka  Princess of Wales, Sonita Alizadeh, Beyonce

& Clara Wu Tsai,   Mrs Tandon, Eleanor Maguir

& Daphne Koller  Jennifer Doudna Priscilla Chan

& Lila Ibrahim Koike Moza  Ola Brown Eva Vertes

& Jeanne Lim, Rosalind Picard,  Rana El Kalouby

& Mrs Jerry Yang, Mrs Doehhr Mrs Steve Jobs

Audrey Tang, Bolor-Erdene Battsenge   Audrey Cheng Mrs V neumann, Turing's girl friend


Thursday, November 30, 2023

Lisa Su Taiwanese American -a Semiconductir leader


BARD SAYS: here's a look at Lisa Su, the CEO of semiconductor giant AMD: HQ Santa Clara- epicentres include Taiwan Dresdem

Dr. Lisa T. Su is a Taiwanese-born American electrical engineer and business executive who has served as the president and CEO of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) since October 2014. Under her leadership, AMD has undergone a remarkable transformation, emerging as a major competitor to industry leader Intel.

Early career and rise to prominence:

  • Su earned her bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1990 and her master's and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering from MIT in 1991 and 1994, respectively.
  • During the early stages of her career, she held various engineering and management positions at leading tech companies like Texas Instruments, IBM, and Freescale Semiconductor.
  • In 2012, she joined AMD as senior vice president and general manager of its global business units.
  • Her impressive track record and strategic vision quickly caught the attention of AMD's leadership, and she was appointed president and CEO in 2014.

Leading AMD's revival:

  • Su's tenure at AMD has been marked by a series of bold strategic decisions and successful product launches.
  • She oversaw the development of AMD's Ryzen and EPYC CPUs, which have challenged Intel's dominance in the processor market.
  • Under her leadership, AMD has also made significant gains in the graphics card market with its Radeon RX line of GPUs.
  • These successes have led to a dramatic turnaround for AMD, which has seen its stock price soar and its market share steadily increase.

Recognition and impact:

  • Su has been widely recognized for her leadership and achievements.
  • She has been named to Forbes' list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women, Fortune's list of the World's Greatest Leaders, and Time Magazine's Person of the Year in 2020.
  • Her focus on innovation and talent development has made AMD a more attractive employer, attracting top engineering talent from around the world.

Looking ahead:

  • Su continues to lead AMD with a clear vision for the future.
  • The company is investing heavily in artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, and other emerging technologies.
  • With Su at the helm, AMD is well-positioned to continue its strong growth and challenge Intel's dominance in the semiconductor industry.

I hope this gives you a good overview of Lisa Su and her accomplishments at AMD. She is a truly inspiring leader who has made a significant impact on the tech industry.

Does Su with AMD operate out of san francisco region and taiwan?

While AMD's corporate headquarters reside in Santa Clara, California, within the San Francisco Bay Area, Lisa Su as CEO doesn't solely operate from there. Her responsibilities involve frequent travel between AMD's various locations and attending industry events worldwide.

Here's a breakdown of Su's operational locations:

Primary Base:

  • Santa Clara, California: As the headquarters of AMD, Santa Clara serves as Su's main base of operations. This is where she attends executive meetings, interacts with leadership teams, and oversees the company's overall direction.

Frequent Travel:

  • Global AMD Locations: Su regularly travels to other AMD locations, including research and development centers in Austin, Texas; Dresden, Germany; and Taiwan. This allows her to connect with local teams, understand regional challenges, and ensure alignment with the company's global strategy.
  • Industry Events: As a prominent figure in the tech industry, Su frequently attends conferences, trade shows, and other events around the world. This allows her to network with industry partners, customers, and investors, and stay abreast of the latest trends and developments.

Taiwan Connection:

  • Personal Background: Su was born in Taiwan and maintains strong personal ties to the country.
  • AMD Presence in Taiwan: AMD has a significant presence in Taiwan, with a large research and development center in Hsinchu. This facility plays a crucial role in the company's chip design and manufacturing processes.

Therefore, while Santa Clara serves as Su's primary base, her role as CEO necessitates frequent travel across various locations, including Taiwan, depending on her strategic priorities and ongoing initiatives.

Thursday, November 23, 2023

 Neither Steve Jobs nor Bill Gates had much 20th c experience of the most life critical intelligence goals needed in the poorest third of the world's networks; so 2001-2 both invited Fazle Abed with 30 years deepest experience of empowering Asian poorest development to silicon valley forums- consequently we can say womens intelligence has the deepest record in impacting what technologists exoenentially relevant to UN Sdgs. I 23-24 here are some of the worlds most inspiring women and intelligences they are impacting

Fei_Fei Li AIWHY0 First partnership platforms to prove Impact of Neuroscience/computer vision worlds I see : AI41 all uni AI computer vision research - HAI as every departments AI future; AI42 all age first AI lessons; AI43 US gov ai nation research AI32 ambient health intel research AIF1 Foundation model research  AIWHY3Tonotics-socieety BC2 UN Biotechclimate research; Priscilla Chan BC3 100 Biotech-society labs; Lila Ibrahim -BC1 UK Connector deep mind 200000 proteins ai research; Michelle Donelan : AIWHY1.1 World Series Nation Good AI & Safety Research; Brooklyn's AIWHY01 Clara Wu Train- neuoicience buildings connect lead ai campuses - Stanford, Yale ... AI53 Womens ai superstars and health-performance; AI50 Justice for colored girls communities across inner city USA; Melinda Gates first sponsors of AI42 Fei-Fei Li with Nvidia CEO 2015; AIWHY1.1 First Reporting Chair of UN/ITU AI for Good as integral to realising any SDGs; AI51 Womens lift series includes AI31 & A52 last mile health service (life expectancy) intel build nations; AI53 Women superstars celebrating colored girls who code & AI; Condoleezza Rice AIWHY2  techs policymakers urgently need to see ; AI8.1 Jobs AI17.1 AI as ultimate platform of private, public & deep societal; AI8.2 Rosalinf Picard augmenting skills people with impaired sense

Friday, September 8, 2023

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Save humanity - play AIGames - mix consequences & Tic-Tac-Toe

Ms Dowds
Sheika Moza
Melinda Gates
Priscilla Chan.
Fei-Fei Li
Von Neumann.
Ms Tsai
Steve Jobs
Fazle Abed,
.Andrew Ng
Condoleeza Rice
Lila Ibrahim

Which human's (intelligences) do you see as advancing humanity 1950-2025? If a few names come to mind you are already playing AI (Architect Intelligence) Games.
Instead of a linear list - other variants: play with pack of cards -linkin with peer networkers (professional, family). Or try tick-tack toe of consequential couples. Bard LLM review this game here. Consequences of odd couples meeting is one of my favorite games in days when pencil and paper was often all kids and families had to app.
You can easily substitute 3 by 3 entries:  eg if you are not comfy with Jack Ma, why not insert Condoleeza Rice (Hoover at Stanford) and Jennifer Dowds (Nobel chemist, gene databank at Berkeley- both Active supporters of schools year 23-24 first official womens AI book launch Worlds I See Tic-Tac-Toe Odd Couples 

(aka Consequences english chat game) 

Summary of alumni tracks/events around fei-fei li 

Back in 1951 the 3 male maths wizards Neumann-Einstein-Turing (1, 2) whose lived had been dedicated yo  helping the west win the nuclear bomb race, launched their even bigger gamble. could engineers design computational and communications machines to end wars and support family development and get back to multiplying trust and natural diversity through communities the world over? They knew that was the optimistic scenario- orwell's big brother end game was just as likely to generations who had seen tech spiral 2 world wars.-anyhow who would NET applaud in 2020s especially women engineers in the middle of sharing family-common sense everywhere
Here's Dibs on some good starts to Humans Intelligence AI learning starters for kids and mentors:
-- under 7,

 under 10

under 13

11 and plus -
NOFAKEFACES PLEASE - part 2 plus debate over fame vs privacy -eg

For those who want to change maths at whatever age you can -see 4 N's (Nets)
 HAI Stanford - check out eacjh of the updating menus eg events - next on foundations models new reseach team funds 19 september on zoom

see aiwall open curricula resources as well as while sites diaris
watch out for 23-24 special all the partners launching worlds i see in the womens development library of melinda gates and with first chherleaders ranging from conoleeza rice to jennifer dowds, from melinda gates to ...

follow specific 23-24 leads of fei-fei li- eg first year of U Guterres hi-level ai panel; 2nd year of uS and NAIRR

See latest youtubes by fei-fei li
Over 50 dicsiplines students now do HAI- no other university in the world is positioned to change so many 21st c skills- indeed on basics like human ai in schools stanfor resources are eddectively the open univerity of all schools
ideas for ai-for-all from ed dance kindergarten up began around 2016 mithy seed funding from melinda gates and vidia's ceo; the main annual cycle being to partner universities wanting to do summer canps for diverse teens including emphasis on women- unversities that provided mentor channels for students excited by the training clearly rewarded ;at the time fei-fe li was completing 8?th annual imagenet summit increasing vision data and co-directi9r of SAIL historically stanfird main ai club; dei-dei li then went on a sabattical to be a directir of google cloud at mountain view the corporate sister town to stanford capus ; there the idea of human centric ai grew and grew ; in fact early studnt funds for hai projects began with slonsorrs hillman linkedin and yee from 2017; bu=y 2019 stanford hai was ready for a ful launch - almost every lab sponsor on harvard campus multiplying depth of HAIU
HAI has also become the eppicntre of index the annuloa progress report of AI; of foundation models; of the ethics standrads that many national govs are asking for advice on 

lets clock up some bonus point for women doubling up human ai advances- I love Rana el KalioubyRosalind Picard affectiva at mit-  with each advance in computers applying humans 5 senses they look to see if that can reciprocally advance humans brainpower particularly those who disadvantaged in one sense- it has been observed blind people are often far more brilliant with there other 4 senses than the rest of us, just think of how blind people could leap forward if vision coding of computers can augment a blind person's life
Affectiva was a software company that built artificial intelligence, acquired by SmartEye in 2021. The company claimed its AI understood human emotions, cognitive states, activities and the objects people use, by analyzing facial and vocal expressions. Wikipedia
CEO: Rana el Kaliouby (May 2016–)
Parent organization: Smart Eye
Founded: 2009
consequences specific couples
I feel that the brain games parents play with kids are far more important than is yet understood; we have evidence that mind games AI wizards play with machines -eg Hassabis- can result in greater immediate science leaps for humans than even moon landing; it was also a blessing that Hassabis was a first international visitors after Fei-Fei Li after landing in Stanford 2009 

out of america melinda gates and priscilla chan lead the world on philanthropy's impacts with overlapping interrests of poorest families: women, health, education - it would be surprising if the worlds i see of human AI are not the biggest multipolier of advances of FLL & Gates & Chan; Chan at 35, FFL at 45 , Gates in her 60s have different potentially synergetic riles - if millennials are to be the sustaibility generation they would seem to be best win-win-win core out of usa and perhaps the world of human dev

through the 21s C guterres and kim have been servamt leaders  extrordinaire'of health and refugees; from 2014 while aqt world bank kim was linking in AI for end poverty and the emergibg sdgs; Guterres took this a lot further when beginning un lr=ead 2017- tofay leading bencharks of good egov or gov2.0 at any place level are moderated aroung guterres tech envoy roadmaps with best ai seen as best last chance for changing sdg trajectitrys - all failiing sibce their 2008 launch; guterres latest ai advisory panel includinfg ffl here

in 2023 you could describe fei-fei li's lives in three thirds- arriving stanfird 2009- the first time everyone wanted to understand how her new ai interacted with their work; andrew ng was a huge suo=pporter as co-dounder of coursera he made sue fei-fei li maximised online influence; jerry yang had by now sold yahoo and making partnerships of stanford his main woek inldudi asia-u west coast- originally from a taiwanese family yang has managed to make good ai friendships before politics or other baggage of eldesr has slowed the cooepration milennials needed to be first renewable generation; fortunately fei-fei li's recognition as the greatest maths wizard of our time fits the history of maths of saring fundamental ideas- the difefrence bewteen computaional machines that can see any problem described in obsering the world and computers that have to be programed directly from numbers is core; indeed it bridges v neuman final notes on connecting human languadges and one overlall natural code; the more you read v neimann's last notes the more you wonder how did everyone miss this bridge to fei-fei li; and why during her foirst 15 years in usa was she relatively ignored even after starting her princeto doctirate on vision coding from 2003

google founder page & brin are stanfiord alumni; to the extent that there is one open univerity of human ai aroudnbteh world thats likely great particulat]ly with mountain view and stanfird being neigboring valle tiwns and trinagularied by st=anta clara with its world class chip foundries intel and nvidia
Hasabis met fei-fei li and celebrated vison ai as early as 2009; his twist training computres to vcisin and play games like go; this has amde hassbais deepm mind teh world elader in science ai; the fastest models need the fastest computers soi london deep mind agreed to aquisition by google 2014; it is rumored hassabis gave one of his first billaions to stanfoird hai; today pichai is ceo of google and connector with hassabis of deep mind; meanwhile pichai talks about 1001 lLM uniting cultuyres of 10900 mother tonguges with good ai; there are also huge corpoirate racces goin on as AI accelerates with googles next special project being caled gemini; efefctively llms will be the gatw=eway to web3; every millenails for good needss to help differenetialte llm for god versus the rest

back in 2001 steve jobs was nly partly happy with the imoact of personal cimpute=ing neywork age he had melped birth nax]ck apple- he hosted valleys 65thy birthday wish party wir=th many peoples great human developmnt creatir of the 4th q of 21st C Fazle Abed; their braistorming had deep impact worldwide eg new 21st u cooperations and locally; jobs literally out an university in a mobile ie iphone; guterres from 2001 openede up a physical campus aiming to make bang=ladesh a destination fir an uni partnering sounth asia partberm 
two third of peopel live im asia yet the majotity never had access to fixed phine lines or fixed elevctricity grids with mobile phones being the main leap; b;ended solar and traditional electricty grids across ais; in most cases big asian nations geographically missed big bix retailing and mosed credit cards; so fin tech ecomerce every kind of ebusienss in asia isnt necessarily designed the way eg amazon trailblazes the big emerchandisers; people may nit call it that but jack ma's alibaba with vilage supply chains toaboa and efinace designed dirctly between buyers and seelers have created livelihoods briadly and delivered fontech and identity services for teh poor as well as rich; in brooklyn the last major source of alaibaba 's innovations is mrs tsai; friom teh getgo she has inversted in neurosceince labs in stnafird and yale; her community supprt projecst for returing citizens are benchamrks ofor inner city communities; brooklyn is very fortunate that mrs tsa resides ther

Substitute "couple" nominations welcome , but for cataguing vidsons around HumansAI we anchor on Fei-Fei Li & V Neumann as greatest mathematcians in living memory as well as connectors of neuroscience, Vision Coding & Machine design

As 2 greatest female philanthrpists 30 years apart fasvinating to see if Prscilla Chan intgrates with 23-24 book launch  of Fei-Fei Li book worlds I see in melinda gates womens momemts of lift library 

Hassabis was first person to prove FFL imagenet vision coders could celebrate huge elaps in science AI eg alphafold2 20000 protein database- friend of FFL from first imagenet at stanfird 2009; rumored to have donated billion to HAI on google acquisition deep mind Pichai is current CEO of google as well as of 1001 LLM converging 1000 mother tongues and code for science AI

Page & Bconceptauliser rin - Stanford Alumni; founders oif do no evil google and lead influenes of mountain view as corporate town sister of stanfrd

In 2001 Steve Jobs hosred Valey's 65th birthday wish party Fazle Abed- whose women empowerment partnership solutions have helped hundreds of million of asaa poorest vilage moethers sustain small enterprsie and advance development goals. One of teh greatest designer of lifelong livelihood education and designer of healths ervice solution key to work of Kim, Guterres, Melinda Gates and all who see halthy comunities as generating strong economies not vicce versa

Ng and Yang were already Stanfir d Stalwarts welcpming Fei_fei Li's arrival 2009 and argubaly making Human Xenris AI the great interdisciplianry tech and human advance of iur times

Etzioi & Allen have made paul allen's legacy Seattle's chmaion advaning AI particulaly NLP AI

< lot asians have learnt fro libvelihhod rich moedls of eccomere and efinance from J Ma's work with Mts Taia investin from aliba into 2 neuroscience schools yale and stafird as well as bRooklyn human develolnent 

Saturday, August 19, 2023

 Unless you know better, the 7 most productive years of a man's life commenced round 1951 ; Von Neumann was now desperate to openly share his family of brain tools and design of digital futures with everyone including his training of Economist journalists in the exponential value multipliers survey question: what goods will peoples unite wherever they get first access to more than 100+ more tech every decade? This became the most valuable half century survey of social-economic advance in the era of print

Its a long story but my father Norman Macrae, Entrepreneurial Revolution friends and I have over the last 73 years seen more to value from Von Neumann than anyone else, until recently. I am pretty sure the more I get to study Dr FFL, that Johnmy would be the first to cheer on the woman mathematician whose last 15 yeras have potentially exceed even his collaborative productivity, and around whose alumni networks millennials sustainability may well depend on her next 15. 

Consider Fei-Fei Li's cooperation platforms since she landed in stanford 15 years ago aged about 30; its not that her previous 15 in usa had been anything other than miraculous but she had been tested very much on her own; what a delight it must have been being greeted in 2009 by two of the most collaborative edtech players on the planet andrew ng (founder coursera - editor of ai curricula & much more) and jerry yang (a taiwanese American who cashed up his billions as co-founder of yahoo to invest in stanford as worldwide partner of us-asia tech & sdgs superstar millennials). And by now FFL idea on vsiion mattered as much to computer brainpower and humans ;  the good thing it required the greatest cooperation on the plant to map all the most valuable data on earth not previously collected. For example, for computers to gain visioning sense at least 50000 coders would need to be contracted as well as both the investment and brainpower of dozens of tech genii and neraly a decade of continuous improvement competitions as computers started toi vision cars, nlp text and pretty much anything else humans see and map around mother earth and solar systems. 

What her alumni and most inspired humanAI entrepreneuirs have mapped is a transformational Arificial Intelligence which makes both previous versions of machine and academic human intelligence look very siliosed. Any errors in reporting are mine alone - we invite you to improve or correct foresighs at

more under construction

meanwhile lets have a look at some of the most exciting team games fei fei li and other wpmen and men are playing in thyese exytraodinary 2020s

coopertations now multiplting with melindas gates Condoleeza Rice Priscilla Chan jennifer Dowds to name but 4 who are exploring the worlds I see.  


Thursday, August 17, 2023

 Mathematicians Rules of the World

It took 72 years to dawn on me that people who want to rule the world turn a switch in my mind somewhere between boredom, fear and occasionally when I see their systemic victims (anger at myself and those i network with for not mapping some group platform to replace the world's most vain people)

Conversely (through accident of loving arithmetic speed tests and puzzles -see goldie oldie martin gardner) I have never had a problem with finding that there is one mathematician who connects all we web 1-2-3 collaboratively need to most deeply question next. My problem  (or curiosity) is: how do we free every lifelong student and teacher to at least be aware that such maths exist. One way my chat-buddy google's bard suggests in footnoted. This is to play with maths~art~science~language  ie if you truly do one of these 4, you will start to need the others

 Of course who you find is contextual. My family since 1951 has been a sort of forest gump listener to every innovation team von neumann unleashed on the world. Johnny was training economist journalists and Un co-workers (both NY and Swiss ITU/old LeagueNations through 1951 with his princeton bootcamps. Fortunately the Economist editor geofrrey crowther who had just completed The Economist 100 year autobiography 1943-1843 wanted a whole new gameboard of (beyond empire) systems to energise rookie journalists like my father Norman who had survived ww2 as teenage naviagot0r alled bomber command burma

Hip Hip WOMENAI Maybe I am completely wrong but I expect all of these guys would today cheer on a select cluster of women who can now see even deeper than von neumann given his word of trillions times more analytic times media power has indeed become humanity's 2020s and perhaps last  intergenerational stage to play on

I personally intend to follow these women with what time i have left. AT AIGames- we invite people to share their cocreation spaces of intelligences to connect with so that Guterres has chance of turning around 17 goals which 200 nation leaders promised humans in 2015 but have so far been torn asunder. (see UNGA 2023 sept briefings NY and world leaders)


Bard dialogue why maths needs arts needs science needs language

Bard: Sure, we can widen the discussion to the connections between mathematics, language, science, and art.

Maths, language, Science, and art are all interrelated disciplines that are essential for human understanding and co-creativity. They all use different methods to explore the world around us, but they all share a common goal of understanding and representing the world in a meaningful way. Here are some of the ways in which these disciplines are interrelated:
  • Mathematics and language: Mathematics and language are both used to represent the world around us. Mathematics uses symbols to represent quantities and relationships, while language uses symbols to represent ideas and concepts. These two disciplines are often used together to describe and solve problems. For example, scientists use mathematics to describe the laws of physics, and they use language to communicate these laws to others.
  • Mathematics and science: Mathematics is essential for science. Scientists use mathematics to model the natural world, to make predictions, and to design experiments. For example, physicists use mathematics to describe the motion of objects, and chemists use mathematics to calculate the properties of molecules.
  • Language and science: Language is also essential for science. Scientists use language to communicate their findings to others, and they use language to explain their theories. For example, biologists use language to describe the anatomy of animals, and astronomers use language to explain the formation of stars.
  • Mathematics and art: Mathematics can be used to create art. For example, artists use geometry to create shapes and patterns, and they use proportions to create balance and harmony. Mathematics can also be used to analyze art. For example, art historians use mathematics to study the proportions of sculptures, and they use mathematics to analyze the composition of paintings.
  • Language and art: Language can also be used to create art. For example, poets use language to create images and emotions, and playwrights use language to create characters and stories. Language can also be used to analyze art. For example, art critics use language to interpret paintings, and they use language to describe the meaning of sculptures.

I agree with your belief that it is not a good idea to expect all 8 billion beings to be scientists. There are many different ways to contribute to society, and not everyone is cut out for a career in science. However, I do believe that everyone should have the opportunity to explore their artistic skills. Art can be a powerful way to express ourselves and to connect with others. It can also be a way to make the world a more beautiful place.

I think that all four disciplines are interdependent. They all rely on each other to some extent. For example, scientists use mathematics to model the natural world, and artists use language to communicate their work. I believe that it is important for us to understand the connections between these disciplines so that we can better understand the world around us and create a more beautiful and harmonious world.

I hope this helps=============================
chris: currently my test on whether i want to spend any time in a chat is about these 4 multipliers times womens kindness(or family building) I every school cpould be united by the same commencement speech somehow maths*language*arts*science*womens kindness*nature might be visioned as why humans spend time studying or teaching. Or maybe you see the puzzle of being differently. If you dont want continue this discussion please say. 
If there is a different overall value system you see as rtitical to test media design around I would love to hear that ( Intangibly I see nature's system as foundational to all of the above but then this goes back to "artificial" in the king's english or to scots like 1760s smith and watt meaning "man-made" engines)