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):

Tuesday, January 27, 1970



:overview SDGs.Games & SDgoats.com  report 2025-1945 - 8 decades of exploring 100X tech/decade :thanks to Greatests of maths network eg von neumann, eisntein, turing et al

good news -we have transparent SDG1-6 solutions over 50 years among 1 billion rural poorest mothers who started up 1972 in web00 world - no electricity - no communication other  than word of mouth networking and printed paper (if literate)

good news (if your societies know how good Defi work and Lunar failed as did much of Cefi) then we can help under 30s co-create web3 round sdgs but w2e will urgently need UN2.0 eoadmapping whence benchmarks for govtech & fintech community service transparency geared to entrepreneurial XCollabs and Zgen most  most urgent sustainbility challenges -curated goal by goal community GPS by GPS- lets leapforward in awareness students and teachers need through school year 22-23 with sdgmetaverseprize.org

bad news we dont really know what to action learn let alone teach about good (trust multiplying win-win) entrepreneurship in worlds of 

  • web 0 mass tv
  •  web 1 (digital starts to take over from old mass media)
  •  web2 where who gets the data of mediating became make or break for everyone- worse when you map world trade value chains- different hemispheres have completely different priority lessons as well as different challenges as to which extinction crisis comes first- one dsimal consequence of this is a system of 2 argumantative politocal parties and lowest common denominator demands across a continent ain't going to assign a place's smartest yoyth to the diversity of deep data and humanisation of tech key to family development in web 3 era

2025 report first published 1984 to count down sustainability consequences of 100 time more tech pre decade

as we reach final edition, covid, putin are latest biggest crises of an era where the elder half of the world seems to have cashed out on younger half's sustainbility

so our entrepreneurial revolution lens aims to focus on who is urging leaps- eg guterres 2022 UNGA summit  22 Education is no longer fit for purpose followed by; 2023 futures no longer fit for unders 30s being sustainability generation

UNwomens @ L & LNYSpring2022

LETS LEAP WIAI : blend Womens & Artificial Intelligence starring at Gradpads of first 100 new universities, collaboration 5.4 at abedmooc.com

lets move beyond AD and artificial intel agencies to celebrating 50 years by 1billiongirls.com 

lets see metaverse (30 years on from world wide web) as last chance to unite< a href="http://www.catholicuni.com/2022/02"> Beeings and celebrate solution all communiitied need if girls and boys born there are to have great chance to thrive though life

: After 50 years as stats guy of Ad & AI Agency, giant leap forward inspired by 

  web-fit purposes of digital cooperation as timelined in 1984 by 2025 Report (Macrae & Macrae)

chapter contents

chapter 6 fintech to end poverty

chapter 7 AI JOBS

chapter 8 AI education

chapter 9 virtual productivity ai maps

2025 report page index us 1985 printing if you need page lasered rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

chap 10 transforming government -AI


CHAP 11 bis AI health part 2

16 ai biotech

17 ai population

18 ai food

19 ai green

20 ai green part 2


21 ai drugs

22 ai mind

23 ai home

24 alien judgement - are humans safe to share intel with?

Exercise: which exciting ideas have you encountered when.?
 Being a Scot born in London 1951, may I say that my most exciting ideas came from family and close friends to 1969, when college and the world linked more ideas. I was lucky that my father was a collector of the most exciting ideas for The Economist for 40 years;
 in his 4th year at the economist (coincidentally when I was born)
 von neumann told dad journalists' most exciting systemic idea- ask what people will do with 100 times more tech by 1962 dad had found a triad of valuable idea;
 in addition to neumanns, alumni of borlaug had found solutions to why nobody should starve to death;
 and alumni of deming had demonstrated new engineering to a top 5 nation of engineers (the only Eastern one in the 1950s) that those who app engineering should as Turing put it be recursive - challenge what to chnage every year in how your engineering app interacts with others.

Mainly these 3 ideas helped Economist journalists to start surveying happier futures of peoples out of every place; also in the 1950s dad was the first reported of can the EU design peace, and what is a sustainable way to design a national health system. He provided extensive notes in The Economist on celebrating these questions but not assuming government alone had a bat's chance in hell of answering these. This did not make him popular but the economist did not believe i guru journalism so dad's entrepreneurial revolution designed around the fo0unding editio9r 2 p0rimary sdgs - end poverty and end hunger stimulated innovative debate, and explains why it is our family's hypothesis that leader Guterres has a hard deadline of 2030- if millennials are not the first sustainability generation, they will be the first extinction generation. It is from this hypothesis that we hope anything written here will be applied or rejected.
2 hunger 22.1
3 health
4 edu=sustainability
5 building 100k person communities of equality and ..Those who like at the history of post world western aid by those who had previously colonised peoples (eg british , french) will not find large population examples until around 1972 when aid was reinvented by arguably the leading young asian oil company engineer - name Fazle Abed. There is a misconception that microaid was systemised by changing one mothers life at a time- actually abed always worked at the level of 100000 villagers at a time through about 15000 village mothers microfranchises. When i look at big cities I like , I can see thriving cities as ones with their own villages of 100000 people specialising in particular tirades, or because they have embedded a schools system from 0 to 22 in which every child has chances to thrive. So this is what I look for first in cataloguing goal 5 solutions -see at least 6 collaborations 5.1-6.6 at abedmooc.com but note all 30 collaborations emerged from servant leadership of 100000 people lives at a time. Keynesian alumni schumacher made 2 paradoxical comments: small is beautiful ; ending poverty is an innovation challenge that will need to address a million rural villages. Although Abed repeatedly remarked small may be beautiful but in bangladesh large scale is absolutely essential- its amazing how sme schools of social entrepreneurship dismissed his advice- and in so doing they often became an accidental part of greenwashing.i want to have stated my finding as directly as possible because I honestly cannot see how we'll get to sustainability 2030 unless we start taking advantage of tech for sustainability and realising that 100k person global villages can blend with tech for good in the most exciting ways any generation has ever faced.

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