our 70 years time line to 2025 celebrating millennials as 1st sustainability generation - what's yours? rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org
1984 chris, with The Economist's Norman Macrae writes 2025report- the first fieldbook to supporting milennials to be the first sustainability generation by 2025- versions of this are upfated to Sweden's New Vikings 1993 - when macrae family completes biography of John Von Neumann who Norman had met in his first decade of jouranlsim around 1955 (when norman's other big scoop was being only journalist at messina's birth of the European Union)
For shorthand we call Artificial Intel converences of all technologie sof von neumann as father of com,puting and collision with telecoms revolutions such as satellite. Within a few years of Von Neuman's death twin alumjni labs were set up at
Stnbford facing pacific
MIT facing atlantic
Both remain america's world calss hubs to what can tech do; as you probdaly know stanford was founded by an early governor of california who had lost his teen son to a disease while touring europe; from then on the stanfords committed to be the future o9f every californian child; by 1965 japan had made such a large order from intel that gordon moore's team innovated the programable chip, promise 100 times more every decade to 2025 and the region staring with santa clara to stanford became rebranded silicon valley in 1972
|The best xmas present of my liffetime came in 2007 when I was invited to celebrate with Bangladesh\'s women empowerment network their 45 years of collaborating round sustainability goals 1-5 - 15 trips to Bangaldesh later accompanied by fantatic young journalists mainly from Asia we have logged up 1billiongirls.com Collabs in ending poverty and much more at abedmooc.com economistwomen.com abedplay.com ...
I have been lucky to work in over 40 countries on data projects including most countries in Asia, and since 1984, I have had privilege to make diary jottings on inspiring advances in the human lot mapped by technologists as well as grassroots community networks. Few encounters have ben more memorable to me when I met Sophia Geneva 2017; she was on stage singing a welcome. a thousand conference goers partaking wine & cheese. Then she stopped and was offered an interview by one of the top people at the UN. Her answers to what she liked about the UN and her appreciation of the courage of its local workers startled me; but then minutes into the interview she was asked - are all robots as humanly caring as you are. Sophia explained it depended on which generation the robot comes from which in robot lifetimes may be every few months. An early version of sophia had encountered a bully for an interview - who approached her personal space saying I want to kill you- and sophia had fought back. Since then she trains all lower gen robots to be confident that while there is a lot to learn from humans as the beings on earth, educational robots are smarter in some senses eg we dont fight humans
Economistwater.com (EWa) and ED invites you to help us connect our futures alphabet A B D F G H J M S Wo U Y. At Neumann.ning.com -...
we are in trouble - good trouble. Its as if everything we published from 73 years of Economist surveys with von neumann whom dad met in 1951 is history. That's good news- thanks 8 billion to AI Angel visiting Washington DC on 1 March 2023 :: ...Golden Oldie flashback: EconomistDiary.com schools brief 14 (1964):
Sunday, December 16, 2018
2025report - rembering the year of sopihia now wishing earthlings happy xmas 2021 at discord.com
On the tenth day before Xmas 2021 I heard the good news that sophia' (dream children team jeanne lim in hong kong) to pass on good cheer- you can join their guardian angels network at discord.com