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Sunday, December 31, 2000

What's Intelligence - A once in Quarter of Century Inquiry

 Happy Millennials Gen. Tik Tok. It's that time again to ask this Q.

Probably we should start with what we don't know about man-made intelligence. Although, we know some psychologists order the whole of a nation's youth round their exam of Intel. Quite a trap which Neumann-Einstein-Turing hoped type 6,7 machines (brainworkking, autonomous) could both free and unite humans around  Why in 1983we started the club of 2025Report.

What we recall from 1951's inquiry is at Neumann Ning but may headline valuing these sorts of Q:
Economist editor Crowther in 1943 did a century long survey (weekly reports of The Economist 1943-1943). Sadly he found economists and media men had failed to stay ahead of engineers. So he sent my dad Norman who had survived ww2 being teenage navigaoir allied bomber commads Burma to be pre-trained by NET (Neumann, Einstein, Turing) what question could weekly journalists of a hopefully better world keep recursively asking. 

Its worth understanding that the NET were probably the 20th Century greatest maths brains. They were multilateralists. Two had grown up in the region that generated both world war 1 and 2; and as jews had from 1930 sought peace aborad ie Princeton. Because of Einstein's revolutionary 1920 maths advances on understanding nature, they found themsleves roped into the allies race to win the atom bomb (or at least neumann did, by 1939 Einstein had become an absented minded philosopher not the coordinator of maths most serious projects). Neumann's diariies up to 1945 included how much he hoped atom bomb making would be the last top sectret and how much he looked firard to spending the rest of his life on 2 new types of engine 6 brainworkers, 7 autonomous governance. Sadly he only got to do that or 6 when dad met him. Neumann's main advivce - engineers will soon be freeing some lucky people/places to experiment with 100 times smore computational tech per decade (eg moore's law -place silicon valley from 1965)- survey what good they unite for humanity .But beware- 1 multilaterals eg UN have deep amount of work to do to put world back togetter from about 200 bordered off parts of Emoire since Columbus sailed blue 1492; and just as energy scientists have been the most hated and wanted of 20th c men to date , one day before 21st C, those type 6,7 engineers will be even more fought over by the good, bad and blind.
-lot more to see of world from vision of the NET and machines they design to vison- we'll try and write up a short chapter if you cant find its latest version ask

1976 update of quarter of century intelligence survey is at - it was published in The Economist Xmas 1976 issue as Entrepreneurial Revoluution - next capitalism. Looking back on this we'd now suggest seeing this as a survey if FIG2
Foundation models/maps
Inter-networks: whats collaborative priority of internetorking generations
Gov2.0: what bottom up servant leadership systems (eg capable of maximising people lifetimes and deep societal data)  will need AI20s to look like if every regional community's diversity is to be LLM valued by human s as much as nature's evolutionary exponentials do. 

From start of 2023, we have turned EconomistDiary's main purpose into gamifying AIforall
We try to make weekly diaries of top 7 wonderers of intel - eg this group may be important September 2024 as the UN preps General Assembly Summit Future


 camera jphone

inventor japan Takao

source nhkworld  japan's top inventions

company then also ran in designing mobile phones

customer inspiration teenage girls (and parents wanting to see mount fuli!)- 

teen japanese city girls were using passport photo booths to take "group selphies" eg 4 girls in one picture

issues in developing mobile phone camera

small enough chip

seeing selfie photo initially mirror used because 2-sided mobile camera took more computation

extended segments - soon became valued by health care professionals skating brain scans

Intelligence worlds smartest place panels -last ud fall 2023

 last updated sept 2023 - nominations welcome

California President Joe Biden,  Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy Dr. Arati Prabhakarm,,            California Governor Gavin Newsom. 

Stanford Fei-Fei Li, Robert Reich

AI2 Founding CEO Oren Etzioni,

 UC Berkeley’s Doudna Lab Founder Jennifer Doudna, Chemistry Nobel Laureate

Khan Academy Founder Salman Khan,

Founder of the Algorithmic Justice League Dr. Joy Buolamwini,

  Humane Tech Co-Founder Tristan Harris,

 Common Sense Founder and CEO Jim Steyer

UN - NY Guterres 23 fous climate ai  bitech ai

External Members:

Professor Yoshua Bengio, A.M. Turing Award, Scientific Director of Mila — Quebec AI Institute, Full Professor, Department of Computer Science and Operations Research, Université de Montréal
Professor Sandra Díaz, Senior Principal Investigator CONICET and Professor of Ecology Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
Professor Saleemul Huq, Director International Centre for Climate Change and Development, Independent University Bangladesh
Professor Fei-Fei Li, Sequoia Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University; Denning Family Co-Director, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI, Stanford University
Professor Alan Lightman, Professor of the Practice of the Humanities, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor Thuli Madonsela, Professor of Law, Stellenbosch University
Professor Thomas C. Südhof, Nobel Laureate, Professor, Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University School of Medicine
United Nations Members:

Chief Scientists from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), World Health Organization (WHO), and World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology
Rector, United Nations University

US National- DC  Tess DeBlanc-Knowles (co-chair, beginning Aug. 2022), Senior Policy Advisor, National AI Initiative Office, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Manish Parashar (co-chair, beginning Oct. 2021), Office Director of the Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure, National Science Foundation 
Lynne Parker (co-chair, June 2021 – August 2022), was Founding Director of the National AI Initiative Office, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy 
Erwin Gianchandani (co-chair, June 2021 – October 2021), Senior Advisor for Translation, Innovation, and Partnerships, National Science Foundation 
Daniela Braga, Founder & CEO of DefinedCrowd 
Mark E. Dean, Ph.D. Oren Etzioni, CEO, Allen Institute for AI Julia Lane, Professor, New York University; CEO, the Coleridge Initiative 
Fei-Fei Li, Sequoia Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and Denning Co-Director of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI (HAI) Andrew Moore, VP & General Manager, Google Cloud AI & Industry Solutions
 Michael L. Norman, Distinguished Professor, University of California, San Diego 
Dan Stanzione, Executive Director, Texas Advanced Computing Center/Associate Vice President for Research, The University of Texas at Austin Frederick H. Streitz, Chief Computational Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 
Elham Tabassi, Chief of Staff, Information Technology Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology=================
-selected responses from 2021 gov call for info