JFK put about 10000 young american brains on one decade- long networking goal- race to the moon; although usa today has about 100 million under 30 brains, its elders & educati9rs have never since freed 10000 brains to any goal in spite of fact that humansAI.com and EntrepreneurialRevolution are now most exciting co-creative games ever played ever- is it too late for american youth to be included in tech to sustain the world? click astronaut Garan's urgent collaboration crisis -which seas or continent can you help youth sdg economic map - asia asean africa america arctic europe ..
twitter version of 2025 report
7worlds.net

Astronaut Ron Garan: urgent collaboration crisis
Astronaut Ron Garan poses massive collaboration challenge ,,
Future of :health; culture; energy; finance. education-1960-2025: at The Economist 1960 my afily started asking leaders when were they including the people in key market futures assuming the moon race made gordon moores promise that microelectronic engineers woill multipy ai capabilities every decade by 100 fold (to 2030 that's a trillion times moore than man raced to moon with, and needs road maps valuing the most exciting goals humans can linkin! we use machine intelligence tersm broadly to include everything that the human brain alone is now able to innovate; Economist diary continues to investigate when and where top people meet does anything get shared eneabling youth to go great work and become the first sustainability generation.What is ER (Entrepreneurial Revolution)? Searches show that ER is a curriculum for valuing trust and youth especially girls by changing systems of education and community development economics. ER was founded as a media challenge of leadership purpose and friendship across nations at The Economist as man was racing to the moon in the 1960s- it was based on the hypothesis that it would be wise to put a deadline on sustainability system design. At some stage failure to educate and invest in sustainability would become exponentially irreversible. A deadline of 2025-2030 was thought to be wise.
In this worldwide economic model, communications TECH doubles every 7 years from 1946 to 2030- over 4000 times Moore! 2018-2019 is the last but 12th year for action learning sustainability. This diary aims to map the most exciting opportunities of each of the last countdown years
june 2019 luxembourg hosts 100 banking delegations sharing cases on long-term collaborative investment in infrastructure
april 2019 sees 100 national leaders coming to beijing to map sustainable world trade routes integrated round coastal Belts and Roads (eg railRoads & overland grids) as well as the sdg opportunities for cooperation that arise when all communities are linked in to win-win trade and under 30s dreams of being the sustainability generation
......BRI.school map top 13 sdg world trade routes 0 inside china, 1 East-Belt,
2 South-Belt; 3NorthBelt
4 centre eurasia &E.Euro; 5 WEuro 6 N.Am; 7 MidEast 8MedSea 9Africa 10LatinAm 11 Arctic Circle 12UN-urgent..
help ALI report 2018-2019 Mass Collaboration 1 2 3 and Sustainability Student Livelihoods Year is turning out weird, at end of year:
june 2019 AIIB (world leader in new dev banking_ is being hosted by EU epicentre of big old banking - luxembourg, and
july sees a truncated year for preparing Japan G20 because somehow Argentina was allowed to postpone Franciscan G20 to Nov 2018 coming after the world bank oct 2018 from indonesia where theme of world development report is Livelihoods, and where the billion dollar bank partnership with aiib aims to be world class benchmark for ending slums. Asean's leading economist Mahbubani brings out his second provocation - have americans lost it, alongside can asians think- it takes 2 to win-win trade as well as tango. This most co-creative student year kicks off from Joburg BRICS in early September the start of the UNGA year sees handover from E Europe to Ecuador meanwhile the newest of Guterres entrepreneurial revolution committees led by melinda gates and jack ma has been asked to report by march 2019 in time for the greatest sustainability summit ever hosted as 100 national leaders collaborate around maps- beijing's BRI May 2019 rsvp with good news isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com special mentions - shanghai hosts first world expo only for foreign exhibitors nov 2018- archives 2013 mainly silk road and BRI - 2012 mainly education

Saturday, November 21, 2020

g20 2020 saudi arabia november

2020 G20 Riyadh summit will begin on SaturdayNovember 21
ends on SundayNov 22--us elections nov 3

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

 

Designing a Roadmap to

The Future We Want, The UN We Need

Dear colleague:

Join us in less than two hours for the first day of the UN75 Global Governance Forum. In this update, you will find today’s agenda and Livestream & Zoom links to join your preferred sessions and your favorite speakers. Do not miss the chance to engage in this global conversation!
Opening Plenary – 9:00am - 10:30am (New York)
Welcome Remarks
Maryam Nemazee, Al Jazeera Newshour Anchor, Opening Plenary Moderator

Opening Comments
“Where We’ve Been, What We Hope to Accomplish” by Maureen Connolly, Forum Director

Statement of Appreciation
Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, President of the General Assembly, UNGA 74 and Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations

Brief Presentation
Cristina Petcu, Research Associate, The Stimson Center
Roadmap for the Future We Want & UN We Need: A Vision 20/20 for UN75 & Beyond

Opening Panel
"The Future We Want, The United Nations We Need"
  • Ban Ki-Moon, Eighth UN Secretary-General, Deputy Chair of The Elders, and President & Chair, Global Green Growth Institute
  • Aya Chebbi, African Union Envoy on Youth
  • Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, President of the General Assembly (UNGA 74th Session) and Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations
  • Gro Harlem Brundtland, Co-Chair, Global Preparedness Monitoring Board, Member of The Elders, and former Director-General of the World Health Organization and Prime Minister of Norway
Q&A with Global Audience
Led by Maryam Nemazee
Concurrent Sessions – 10:30am - 12:00pm (New York)
Post-COVID Recovery and the Future of Global Economic and Social Governance
  • Laura Chinchilla, Vice-President of the Club de Madrid and former President of Costa Rica
  • Jose Antonio Ocampo, Former UN Undersecretary-General for Economic & Social Affairs
  • Maria João Rodrigues, President of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, Member of the European Parliament, and former Portuguese Minister of Employment
  • Michael Møller, 12th Director-General of the United Nations in Geneva and Kofi Annan Foundation Board Member
Moderator: Augusto Lopez-Claros, Chair of the Global Governance Forum and former senior IMF & World Bank official
Rethinking the World’s System of Collective Security 75 Years After San Francisco
  • Juan Manuel Santos, Nobel Peace Laureate and former President of Colombia
  • Danilo Türk, Former President of Slovenia, President of Club de Madrid
  • Adela Raz, Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the United Nations
  • Lise Howard, Professor of International Relations, Georgetown University, and Chair, Academic Council on the UN System
  • Gizem Kilinç, Leading Coordinator, United Network of Young Peacebuilders
Moderator: Rachel Bronson, President & CEO of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Reimagining the Global Human Rights and Humanitarian Architecture
  • Hina Jilani, President of the World Organization Against Torture and Member of The Elders
  • Olof Skoog, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations
  • Cindy Huang, Vice-President of Strategic Outreach, Refugees International
  • Michael Yiqiang Liu, Founder and Executive-Director, Chinese Initiative on International Law
Moderator: Natalie Samarasinghe, Chief of Strategy in the Office of the Special Adviser on the Preparations for the Commemoration of the United Nations’ 75th Anniversary
Climate Governance: The Paris Agreement and Beyond
  • Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland, Chair of The Elders
  • Wanjira Mathai, Vice President and Regional Director for Africa of the World Resources Institute
  • Lloyd Axworthy, former Foreign Minister of Canada and Chair, World Refugee Council
  • Adriana Abdenur, Co-Founder of CIPO and Member of the UN’s Committee on Development Policy
  • Arunabha Ghosh, Founder and CEO, Council on Energy, Environment and Water
Moderator: Magnus Jiborn, Senior Researcher at Global Challenges Foundation and Maja Groff, Convener, Climate Governance Commission and Visiting Professor at Leiden University
Concurrent Dialogues – 12:00pm - 1:30pm (New York)
A Global Civic Ethic, Countering Rising Nationalism, and The Future of Global Governance
  • Lysa John, Secretary-General of CIVICUS
  • Lolwah Al-Khater, Executive-Director of the Doha Forum
  • Saphira Rameshfar, Representative, United Nations New York, Baha’i International Community
  • Thomas Weiss, Presidential Professor, City University of New York Graduate Center, former President of the International Studies Association, and former Chair and Executive-Director of the Academic Council on the UN System
Moderator: Richard Ponzio, Director and Senior Fellow, Just Security 2020 Program, The Stimson Center
The Future of Philanthropy in Global Governance
  • Jens Orback, Executive Director, The Global Challenges Foundation
  • Marcel Arsenault, Founder, One Earth Future Foundation
  • Sandra Breka, Member of the Board of Management of Robert Bosch Stiftung
  • James Goldston, Executive Director, Open Society Justice Initiative, Open Society Foundations
Moderator: Maria Kisumbi, Senior Adviser, Policy & Government Relations, Humanity United and former Coordinator of Law and Advocacy for Women in Uganda
Technology, Financing and Global Governance Partnerships for Good Global Citizenship
  • Paul Monaghan, CEO Fair Tax Mark
  • Yu Ping Chan, Senior Programme Officer/Team Leader, Digital Cooperation, United Nations
    Ambassador Henri Verdier, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs
  • Jack Dangermond, Founder and President, ESRI
  • Rajiv Joshi, Founder of Bridging Ventures and Executive-in-Residence at Oxford Saïd Business School
  • Ursula Wynhoven, United Nations Representative, International Telecommunications Union 
  • Henri Verdier, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs
Moderator: Sue Allchurch, Chief, Outreach & Engagement, the United Nations Global Compact

 whats been happening at the un's 75th birthday

the door is being left open for 2021 being the year of great coalitions not decoupling

movements by the peoples have been leaving the door open to america to join in colalitions not decoupling of

green - see americas pledge/ and bloomberg media

the peoples money see guterres digital finance- ten different cases around the world reconnecting earlier digital cooperation report

the peoples ai see itu

transforimmg education - see qatar wise invitation to the world


will health and livesmatter movements turn washington dc from the capital of hatred to the capital of loveach movemement needs its doary

green to cop26 glasgow?

what role will wefoum play- will it be as smart virtually as bloomberg

can the new found edutech interest od euae and isreal adance the world - will the post poned 2020 forum come to life- will jhapans new pm take the olympics by the scruff of its neck and redesign value chains of sports around youthd needs not old amdinstrators ills

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

knowhow on sustainability goals

begiining at the economist or earlier
goal 1 1972 survey here- we knew we had to leap beyong paper money printed by bipolar mass mediated parties- digial cash would offere a preferential option for community rising banking especially if designed so that poorest women served such basic securities
as goal 2 food
goal 3 health
goal4 livelihood learning
we also knew that zero-sum rating games of world biggest organisations are harmful to every dynamic of knowhow economies where value multiplies in used instead of getting conumed up

we also knew nothing was more unfair than asking peoples to save more but only in a currency subject to hyper-devaluation- rich people are alowed to access worlwuide investments eg in 100 times more decadfe per decade but most of the worlds nations are trapped in their curency and every diital divide that accelerates

goal 2 we knew from 1977 if not earlier that rural keynesianism included asian access to rice science adapted by alumni of borlaug- we also knew that americas senate in the 14 years since kennedy assasination had lost all optimism americans had been loved for during first 63 years of 20th c- this terribke mass media mistake would need rectifying as much for the futures of the peoples of america as the children of any place in the soon to be globalising

as this chart shows some asian countries were 100 times behing others in rice productivity solely due to lack on knowhow- unlike other crops rice barely responds at all to fertilisers, and has litle economics of scale advantages- it is the perfect crop for village food secutity with a little wrinle- its grat in starch but lacking in veggies- so infants particularly during their first 1000 days need veggies eg carrotts- in the 1970s bangladesh disovered the only change needed to value chains so that vilage woen could be veggie secure was distributing real seeds- at that time many villagers were being sold dud seeds with less than 10% capable of growth; every asian village without access to electricity grids and in humid cliates typically below lat 30 needs to replicate the same life critical know first- fortunately for the worlds poorest new bation of 1971 bangladesh and chinese villagers needs were the same not just on veggies but also on rural rehydration - up to a quater of all infants in both countries humid regions were dyong if ther moters did not know how to do oral rehydration- this was the greatest rural leap ever sponsired by unicef, empowered by illiterate village women starting out of bangladesh and moving through china- within a decade brac had identified how a vilage woman could make a living from serving knowhow on the 10 most basic cures, organising women around sanitation eg pit latrines, being the peer to peer network coordinator when innovations like polio vaccines or quaratning of viruses like tubercuoosis needed bottom up presence

we knew from 1976 survey if not earlier that sustainability would not6 depend on western constitutions legislate for the 3 biggest org forms corporate gov charity- it would need new forms of coalitions valuing community-sized enterprises as integral to value chains and as anchor partners for tech wizards abd big data local platdforms

we knew from 1984 - see economist survey that goal 4  health metrics woul provide a litmus test as to whethre globalisation was being desigbed for everyone or just big brothers getbgger

1984 we als prepped here expoential timelines for all sdgs through the 5 most exciting decades to be alive moores law 1g 1980s through 5g 2020s which moores alumni had promised to multiply 100 times more tech every decade- we explaqnied our core hypothesis that without a sea change in education- the human race would fail natures final exam- nature also demanded tearing up male macreconomic models wherever these made frontine work of women in family, community building and health serving less valued than whateve men were strongest or histoically bossiest at

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

zoom beijing and hundreds of cities startups

eg early tomorrow us time - shanghai startup grind
Webinar: Dare to Collaborate: Expediting Performance Materials Growth with Fusion Innovation

Startup Grind - ShanghaiView in browser
Join us in our next upcoming event happening tomorrow!
Webinar: Dare to Collaborate: Expediting Performance Materials Growth with Fusion Innovation


Date & time
Thu, May 7, 1:00 PM (CST)


About this event

融合创新,好奇无畏,探索高性能材料增长新动能
Dare to Collaborate:Expediting Performance Materials Growth with Fusion Innovation
Do not miss this webinar on Thursday, May 7th with Selina Qu, Associate Director of Strategy Development & Realization at Merck China Performance Materials, Steven Zhang, Partner at DUNYU Co., Ltd,Dr. Ning Qiao, CEO and co-founder at SynSense,and Mira Zhang, Senior Manager at Merck Innovation Hub China.
We will discuss how to collaborate and expedite performance materials growth with fusion innovation.
我们有幸邀请到默克中国高性能材料战略规划与实施办公室副总监曲轶,盾钰合伙人张卿,SynSense创始人及首席执行官乔宁,以及默克中国创新中心高级经理张婧,在5月7日周四下午,一起探讨如何通过融合创新探索高性能材料增长的新动能。如果你有兴趣,就不要错过下午1点的网络研讨会!

Time 时间
5/7, Thursday, 1:00-2:00 PM

About the Speaker
关于演讲者
Selina Qu, Associate Director of Strategy Development & Realization, Merck China Performance Materials. She's in charge of the long-term strategic planning and key projects development and realization in Merck China Performance Materials. Before that, she was in charge of the implementation of build up innovation pipeline in China. She holds an MBA degree from Manchester Business School and a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from East China University of Science and Technology.
曲轶是默克中国高性能材料战略规划与实施办公室副总监,她负责管理高性能材料业务部门中国的长期战略规划与重点项目实施推进。再此之前,曲轶负责高性能材料部门创新材料在中国的落地。曲轶在发掘传统材料制造领域的创新机会以及与相关行业领先企业合作方面拥有丰富的经验。曲轶拥有曼切斯特商学院工商管理硕士学位以及华东理工大学化工专业学士学位。

Steven Zhang holds a Master Degree in Automation and Engineering School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R.China. He is also an alumnus of CEIBS and ANTAI Business School. He has served as the Chief Architect in Intel Corporation in the fields of wireless, NB-IOT stack, graphic acceleration, and artificial intelligence where he generated a good number of U.S. patents. As one of previous Intel think tank, Steven was responsible for multiple smart edge devices’ design & architect in the collaboration project with Microsoft and Google. Now he joined DUNYU Co., Ltd. and led the team to actively perform in the field of image processing through edge rendering turing and artificial intelligence for digital twins.
张卿 持有上海交通大学硕士学位,中欧和安泰管理学院的校友。曾担任英特尔首席架构师,负责无线与物联网,图像加速和人工智能相关的多款产品与项目。英特尔智库成员之一,直接参与微软、谷歌等合作及多项全球业务的智能终端设计,并取得了卓越业绩。现作为盾钰合伙人之一,致力于以边缘图灵与人工智能为基础的数字孪生。
Ning Qiao,CEO and co-founder at SynSense.Ning Qiao received the Ph.D. degree in microelectronics from the Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, in 2012, with a focus on ultra-low-power low-noise mixed-signal circuits in SOI process. He joined the Institute of Neuroinformatics, University of Zurich and ETH Zürich, Switzerland, as a PostDoctoral Researcher, in 2012, where he is involved in leading mixed-signal multi-core neuromorphic VLSI circuits and systems. He is co-founder and CEO of SynSense Technology Co., Ltd. and assistant professor at the Institute of Neuroinformatics, UZH& ETHZ, leading ultra-low power neuromorphic VLSI development and transferring mature neuromorphic computing technology to market for real tasks.
乔宁,SynSense创始人及CEO。于2012年7月获得中国科学院半导体研究所博士学位,并于2012年10月加入苏黎世大学及苏黎世联邦理 工神经信息研究所,带领课题组从事超大规模神经形态处理器的开发与研究。研究方向主要包括应用与神经形态处理器的:超低功耗,亚阈值数模混合电路,多核并行运算架构,异步运算电路及通讯系统的开发与研究,并在类脑芯片领域发表SCI收录的国际顶级期刊会议发表文章数十篇。他于2017年底作为助理教授任职于苏黎世联邦理工神经信息研究所,带领科研团队从事神经形态处理器理前沿技术研究。基于多年科研成果,于2017年2月在瑞士苏黎世带领初创团队成立专注设计开发神经形态处理器及应用的人工智能芯片公司 SynSense,并作为CEO任职于该公司,带领团队进一步将成熟技术转化为市场应用。
Mira Zhang is the senior manager at Merck Innovation Hub China. She is managing the accelerator and ideation programs in China. Mira had rich experience in startup-corporate collaboration and project management. Prior to joining the Merck Innovation Hub, Mira worked in Merck China healthcare business since 2013. She worked in the executive office and strategy realization office of Biopharma China and APAC, Mira has also an intrapreneurial experience with Merck APAC goes digital initiative in 2016. Mira got her bachelor degree from University of Hull, UK, master degree from Tsinghua University and Executive MBA from INSEAD.

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

hello
i dont use the web separately from 10 other things like zoom and google tours -which indian city are you writing from - my maternal grandad spent 25 years with gandhi in mumbai- his family were mainly nurses and pharmacists- kemps corner in mumbai is named after the family-its a small highly connected world




and i dont want large audiences - i want to linkin the most trusted ones

i dont have funds -if you have a change the world purpose out of india what i it- i zoom with many other purposeful indians or i use whatapp +1 240 316 8157

i a just a diaspora scot

i live near usa national institure of health near washington dc- i am not medically expert but i am a data guy- i got my ma in stats from cambridge over40 years ago- i have mainly done data projects on asian societies starting with work for unilever on empowering female communities indonesia 1983- all the data trump is using is wrong- apologies for the mess that causes everywhere just when young people had so many sustainability challenges to share

peter i spent a lot of my last 14 years aiming to understand the difference between yunus and fazle abed. the nuances go very deep - one example is abed wanted to be trusted by hi-trust partners for ever- evidence is brac in the midst of the world's largest ngo partnership. abed wanted his knowledge open sourced through universities- ones that positioned themselves as knowing practical things future public servants would want to be trained in. one of the most interesting dynamics happened between 1999-2005. jim kim pitched to george soros and soros saw kim and farmers passion for last mile health mattered. he asked jim kim to review who else both cared and had solutions. kim surprised himself in finding abed. b2 2005 kim farmer abed and both gates had found each others knowhow vital. almost none of the people who led microcredit summit understood this as they blindly advocated yunus for all the prizes us president, congress, nobel. i have an indian friend whose client is the founding family of tata and whose wife got burned by yunus. she wanted to do good with microcredit but was working with the network that went astray by ipo. although consulting to tata is their main thing they chose to start their family in vienna.my other indian contact is shelly batra. jim kim held one tedx at world bank batra was the only person who accompanied him in telling her story about health-  others talked about direct cash transfer or being ghanas number 1 pop star for responsibility. those are the people i am zooming with today. but the big question i am trying to ask is 90 year old soros has also decided his legacy is a world of sdg universities partnering each other. that could have been simple before the virus. anyhow soros has chosen brac but he hasnt chosen any group in india yet- he hasnt really chosen anywhere in britain yet at university level though he has several british economists he has networked with. i think of all these things an easy starting point would be if you are happy to whatsapp with my indian friend unni. one more cherry on the cake- in november the university soros founded central european had to move from budapest to vienna! vienna is very hot on sdgs- former president of austria asked banki moon to locate there. vienna is city of music- and soros main us friend is a philiharmonic orcestra leader who also has been vice chancellor of a university over 40 years which  is about 45 minutes drive from soros home in new york state. i hope these people connections make sense you probably know that of 21st c pieces of brac the most valuable is www.bkash.org whose main partners today are gates and jack ma but whose coding strategy is sourced out of mit - the space i always hoped microloan foundation would maintain partners and today at the ai epicentre of schwarzmans partnerships between beijing mit and oxford. if relevant to chat to also on whatapp i know who fazle appointed to head the university and i know in bethesda my neighborhood the main american professor tutoring global youth on friendships across asia as part of schwarzmans global faculty of student mentors. in this year when the virus has become the final exam of all who could have empowered youth to unite sdgs. the connections above seem to matter and linking in eg london ang scotland to them is urgent the way i parse what trust is left in this world

Monday, May 4, 2020

Embassy of Japan in the United States of America Official Newsletter
you may be interested in this zoom on wednesday but i see its late for those on india time

i dont have any inside track to leaders of code.org but they seem to be scaling unstoppably in usa - i havent understood if they have international partners though obviously khan academy does

hadi parlovi is an interesting person -and great teacher  but as i say i have no connection with him

take care chris macrae


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