123 "Tomorrow, Intelligence =1 What we compute:2 What we communicate: 3 Whether Mother Nature chooses to cancel our species." Scary huh! www.economistdiary.com -records show 3 men foresaw exponential acceleration of this intergenerative crisis in 1945. The NET: Neumann Einstein Turing. By 1955 Neumann noted a Large Language Mediation solution but he also entered terminal cancer and Einstein died and Turing Suicided. For over 50 years we raced to design global media while forgetting NeuronN maths
If urgently concerned by worldviews of intelligence please get your peoples/place to help relay King Charles AI World Series - what else is English for? King's Youtube...Kings' influencers worldclassllm.com UNsummitfuture.com 54321 economistwomen.com economistlearning.com economisthealth.com economistgreen.com AI20s.com chrismacrae.com Wash DC +1 240 316 8157.
.One day Jensen Huang may make ED's AI Hall of fame redundamt, meanwhileFeb 2024 what a treat- Nvidia ceo explains freedom of million times more comp coming to community near you..Entrepreneurial Revolutions intergenerational laureates origin Von Neumann's NET; dedicated to Royals of UK, Japan, Netherlands UK Royal Society's Economist James Wilson 1843+. Adam Smith/James Watt Morality 1758+ -
1970-2019 : Fazle Abed 1 billion women;;; 1994 onwards Fei-Fei Li with thanks to friends of Steve Jobs, Melinda Gates and Taiwanese Americans for Humanity:: correct errors chief ignorance networker: chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk wash dc writes: please see AI20s.com for review of 23 as year of Chat and why/how we discuss with bard 24 as year of intelligence action and breakthroughs of UNsummitfuture.com ; also why King Charles launch of AI world Series (Bletchley-Korea-Paris-NY sept 2024) is our fav short youtube of 23..also for parents consider .Dec 2023 Royal Institution Lecture on AI
Intelligence Games:Who's advanced human lot most since 1950 & Now?: Help ED with Intelligence Humanity's top 100 transcripters 21st C Neuro-First 5+2 : Li ...Hassabis Lecun Bengio Hinton: Ilya SOriginal brainworkers NET : Neumann Einstein TuringDeep Learning Actions .. Grant, Freire, Borlaug23-24Womens Urgent Melinda Gates, PChan BJKing YunaKim MsT&T CRice 1 .. JDoudno LIbrahim .. 1 .. 2 MDonelan 1.. 2 .. 3 RRoy 1 :: 2 .. JWidom Quadir Abdul Latif Li Ka-shing MCrow ASU .1 2. Awuah CYidanInterdependence West-East Systems 4 JFK, Deming, Drucker, VogelRoyal 3 King Charles JapanEmp NetherlamdsRoyalsFaulty Vision 84:::01:::09:::17: JAB 2001: Jobs . Abed BillGatesMultilateral LLM 3 JYKim AGuterres .. 1.. Ska-MozaTaiwan's 3J JNvidia & JStanfordTrustees &JosephValley 20 Pichai Dean Andreesen Ng Koller Etchemedy SalesforceCeo Musk ... Seattle 3: Etzioni &More coming soon

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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 Here are some things that teachers of teens should explain first about Oren Etzioni and the Allen Institute of AI:

  • Oren Etzioni is a computer scientist who is interested in using artificial intelligence (AI) to solve real-world problems. He is the founder and CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, a non-profit research institute that is dedicated to developing safe and beneficial AI.
  • The Allen Institute of AI is one of the leading research institutes in the world for AI. It has a team of world-renowned scientists who are working on a variety of AI projects, including natural language processing, machine learning, and computer vision.
  • The Allen Institute of AI is committed to making AI research accessible to the public. It has a number of educational resources, including a website, blog, and YouTube channel.

Here are some specific questions that teachers could ask their students to help them understand Oren Etzioni and the Allen Institute of AI:

  • What are some of the real-world problems that Oren Etzioni is interested in solving with AI?
  • What are some of the AI projects that the Allen Institute of AI is working on?
  • How does the Allen Institute of AI make AI research accessible to the public?
  • What are some of the ethical concerns about AI?

By answering these questions, teachers can help their students understand the work of Oren Etzioni and the Allen Institute of AI, and they can also help their students think critically about the ethical implications of AI.

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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Unacknowledgded Giant 2.1

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Norman Macrae
Norman Macrae, Japan Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars, CBE was a British economist, journalist and first author of internet generation (& 21st C youth economics), considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society -dad valued youth more than any economist or journalist or mass mediated public servant I have met- what were his methods?
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When I joined the Economist in 1983, Norman Macrae was the deputy editor. He died last week at the age of 86. Soon after I joined the staff, a thing called a computer terminal appeared on my desk and my electric typewriter disappeared.

Mapping 3 billion new jobs- The book that launched the net generation
Around that time, Norman wrote a long article that became a book about the future. It was one of the strangest things I had ever read. Celebrating boundless optimism --
. This book explores the lovely future people could have if only all democrats made the right decisions.

Integrating a weird technological vision --
Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be minaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984. ..
...The terminals will be used to access databases anywhere in the globe, and will become the brainworker's mobile place of work. Brainworkers, which will increasingly mean all workers, will be able to live in Tahiti if they want to and telecommute daily to the New York or Tokyo or Hamburg office through which they work. In the satellite age costs of transmission will not depend mainly on distance. And knowledge once digitalised can be replicated for use anywhere almost instantly.
and innovated a fresh economic perspective



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You need to look at converging 7 wonders of 10 times more economical, sustainable and heroic net generation every which way. For Norman's book looked at all of:

Leveraging optimal worldwide timing for change - back in 1984 :peace, energy, web as smart education and then smart commercial media, then cross-cultural goals then redesign banking and aid and healthcare and womens empowerment an public services and professions

Leveraging what is a regions greatest system conflict:
bangladesh : top-down aid and need to empower maximum bottom up diversity and resilience ti disasters but potentially highly fertile small land plots

Africa- need to end extraction by global corporations so find hi-trust leaders of industries africa can build iteslf

west - rotten media, pr lobbies, over-historic laws, rotten metrics as far as exponetial investment and collaboration across sub-states goes

japan and china- being celebrated by rest of world as creditor nations that need to lead worldwide youth's millennium goal investment and decisions

Leveraging gamechangers in each global market sector to integrate most massive whole truth purpose - what 7 billion people most want purpose of that sector to safely compound. Spotting ahead of time gamechangers - some of which will be last call for reversibility

Understanding how the greatest - goodwill's most multiplying heroes - of history provided clues on cross-cultural and borderless convergence. A different role for the world service public media

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Can you help me understand the relationship between the allen institue of AI and the Allen Institute?


The Allen Institute of AI (AI2) and the Allen Institute are two separate organizations that are both funded by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. The Allen Institute was founded in 2003 to advance scientific research in a variety of fields, including brain science, genetics, and artificial intelligence. The Allen Institute of AI was founded in 2013 to conduct research on artificial intelligence and its potential benefits and risks.

The two organizations have a close relationship. The Allen Institute of AI is a part of the Allen Institute, and it shares some of the same facilities and staff. However, the two organizations have separate leadership and separate research agendas.

The Allen Institute of AI is focused on developing safe and beneficial artificial intelligence. It is working on a variety of projects, including natural language processing, machine learning, and computer vision. The Allen Institute of AI is also committed to making AI research accessible to the public. It has a number of educational resources, including a website, blog, and YouTube channel.

The Allen Institute is focused on advancing scientific research in a variety of fields. It has made significant contributions to our understanding of the brain, genetics, and other areas of science. The Allen Institute is also committed to making scientific research accessible to the public. It has a number of educational resources, including a website, blog, and YouTube channel.

Both the Allen Institute of AI and the Allen Institute are doing important work that is helping to advance our understanding of science and technology. They are both committed to making their work accessible to the public, and they are both working to ensure that the benefits of science and technology are available to everyone.


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Allenites (what we call our employees) come from myriad of interesting backgrounds. You’ll find neuroscientists, cell biologists, mathematicians, physicists, engineers, immunologists, geneticists, informatics experts and a team of administrative professionals working side-by-side to achieve our goals.

We’ve also cultivated a community of thought leaders in our Board of Directors, Advisors and Collaborators. They provide invaluable oversight, guidance, input and perspective to shape how we approach our research and pursue our mission.

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