We offer 3 Diary Viewpoints of 2025Report and welcome AI20s.com open co-eds notably female neuroscientists & tech wizards aligned to King Charles AI World Series. - Neumann-Einstein-Turing first suggested to Economist Journalists to map (exponential maths audit Trillion Dollar Markets) future back from 2025 in 1951; from 1984 forward see EconomistDiary.com/1984; for earlier stuff see also Neumann Ning; for some current stuff continue at this web - eg is water the artificial and human intelligence that can help millennilals be first renewable generation? Economistwater.com (EWa) and ED invite 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):

Monday, July 18, 2022

SDGoal 1 - is it possible to design finance so that each next child (girl, boy, black, brown or white) has a fair chance at life

INTRODUCTION TO) THE SDGS.games people play

 Not everyone agrees but in the 80 years my family has been collaboratively surveying the future sustainability exponentials of our species, we have seen valuing sustainability's compound opportunities and threats as primarily an educational and mathematical mapping question.

 We have been assuming that the era 2025-1945 is extraordinary in that 100 times more etch has been compounded each decade. Earlier in 1936, My father was 13 still home schooled at Brtitish Embassy in Moscow when he first started being curious about how fast tech was changing, as well as nuclear's potentiallyterminal puzzle. Not only was world war2 looking inevitable but a madman looked due to be on one of the winning sides. Norman's father probably had as much intel on Stalin and Hitler as anyone. Grandad had been doing graduate studies in Religion at Heidelberg when world war 1 broke out. Instead of a life as a seric his linguistics skills made him useful as a minor spy from world war 1 onwards; that explains why dad had grown up in British embassies across Europe..

 The teenage Norman wasn't sure of the multiplier but clearly tech was compounding at a rate far faster than when engines first appeared in Glasgow 1760. Soon dad was spending his last days as teen navigating air planes allied bomber command out of Burma, Surviving world war 2, dad was determined to explore system design optimistically. He found himself in the right places to do so in the last class of Keynes at Cambridge, invited to intern at The Economist in what became a half century job, meeting von neumann in princeton 1951-all conformed 100 times was the multiplier any journalist exploring old and new millennium humanity needed to value most. Dad's second foreign assignment at The Economist was to be the only journalist at the 1955 birth of the European Union 1955

In this last of my family's 2025 reports on odds of human sustainability it seemed simplest to organise chapters by the UN's 17 sustainability goals. That way if you are most concerned with some of them we hope we have mapped some clues of where first to look for solutions . We will alsi do what we can to update www.2025report.com and related blogs with readers feedback. However in line with the challenges of valuing machines humanly enough - may we introduce five sorts of web mindset which determine how communities of people network as a function of how much tech the have access to 

  • web00  no access to electricity
  • web0 acess to electricity but no access to digital sharing
  • web 1 personal computer networking but no connection with data mobilised from every gps on the planet
  • web 2 dimensional screen or single number manually analysed governance and spaces for innovating
  • web 3 full 3 dimensional 5 human semse natural blending of ai and himan intel integral with real time data interactions from everywhere, every human and every other natural lifeform 

In reviewing what works to advnace the human lot on the goals shown, we need to keep an open mind to what is good and bad about both competition and collaboration. For example if peace is a serious goal, then just because you are competitively stronger or bigger than a neighbour regarding weapons does not mean it is good to invade your neighbor. While that may be an obvious exanple of bad competition, consider some examples of bad (or undeveloped) collaboration. In sdg4 we catalogue some wonderful solutions educatirs have found -eg illiteracy can be ended in 90 days - but which are not being tried out because they are underknown. Tellingly ending illiteracy the way Indian Montesorri netwirks know how to do is not even an issue of education needs more money; its primarily about  designing space in schools (or in communities with families) so that older children are celebrated for coaching younger children. Mathematically valuing collaboration win-wins was the first ipurpose of 100 times more tech that von neumann and my father discussed during neummans last 7 years of life. If you looked back at the first 180 years of engineering 1940 to 1760 almost everything to do with money became a game of consuming up things. The point to note is that when webs hsare life critical knowhow win-win value spreads unlike the zero sum game of consuming up things -whch also means that we ekders leave our children with less natural resources to generate with. Destroying our children's futures is not what nature's evolutionary codes associate with her smarter species. If we are detremined to compound that with 100 times more technolgy no wonder our species is going to be the next dodo. The positive way to put this is that the 2020s are the most exciting time to be alive. What we web together will dtermine the futureoflife in a way that no geneartion has or ever needed to innovate.  

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