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Friday, September 30, 2022

Relevant Guterres links- spring 2023 announces theme for college year 23-24 global futures in light of death of each sdg announced sept 23 after death of sdg4 edu announced sept 2022 with effectively 2 last schools years before un election year - guterres system tranformation of un2 digital roadmapping/tech envoy has miles to go - the only good news we can see in leapfrog forward is formation of guterres own ai mentir panel - diary notes here

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AIgoodmedia - has any futures possible meet of intelligence of world leaders & engineers take place this summer before the UNGA - Guterres & Fei-Fei Li & ... has any meeting of minds been as important since Alpha 1 Kennedy & V Neumann & 

Compare world von neumann inspired economists saw in 1984 (as positive option to orwe''s negative one) 

September UNGA on SDGs: Formal Resources - from UN HQ March 2023 month of sdg water summit , sdg5 women update, youth college year 23-24 Global Futures

22-23 SDGS are dead who do we resurrect them- latest news UN foundation 7/27

-we believe this is the last sgd update report to be published before glossy version at UNGA september 2023 -please see this UN page which summarises its  reporting and events schedules on sdgs

 Strive not for one, but for all securities. The resilience and well-being of planet, people,  environment, and ecosystems are degraded. A better future does not rest on one source of  security, but on all necessary securities, including geopolitical, energy, climate, water, food,  and social security. Strategies to embrace transformations should therefore be based on the  principles of solidarity, equity and well-being, in harmony with nature. 

 Working as a human collective, time and resources must be used as judiciously and  effectively as possible. The world is changing at an accelerated rate. Halfway to 2030, there is an ever-greater urgency to build momentum, embrace solidarity, and speed up progress  on the SDGs. To do that, decision-makers need to use time and resources —human, knowledge, financial, and institutional, among others— as judiciously and effectively as possible, and take a systematic and strategic approach to drive and accelerate  transformations. 

 Embracing transformations to achieve the SDGs. This report provides a synthesis of the key transformative shifts needed across different  entry points (human wellbeing and capabilities, sustainable and just economies, food systems and healthy nutrition, energy decarbonization with universal access, urban and  peri-urban development, and global environmental commons), as well as a framework for understanding how those transformations may unfold over time. It also presents practical examples and tools for fostering leadership and enhancing human capacities to engage with  the acceleration mindset required to achieve the SDGs – locally, nationally and globally. The  report synthesizes existing knowledge to cover three overarching themes

details on sdg summit sept 18/19 at  program

t0 which UN Foundation added this 7/27

ED: Breaking News from NY UN Spring 2023- the briefings on summit future have started in earnest and fortunately took place in the same week as 2 other updates - first sdg6 water summit in 50 years; the latest unwomens summit 2023- see for top level materials. We find it useful to denote the 17 SDGs like this (actually we are unsure that sdg17 is a goal oi it doesnt appear yet in our visions. As briefed 23-24 is the 9th years that children and teachers have lived with these goals and sadly most are currently going backwards from 2015. However we 23-24 is also 8th year of understanding innovation possibilities of the digital cooperation /un tech envoy subsystems -we present a 6 system version below though delighted to co-woek with Un2 0 companents of digital roadmapping

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NY2023 March 20=22 over 1000 people in person and offline joined in the pretraining for the school year 23-24 which culminates in UNGA summit future sept 2024.Here is the typical program we celebrated.

The "Blueprint for Acceleration: SDG6 Synthesis Report on Water and Sanitation 2023" is a report that discusses progress, trends, and challenges for Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6). March 2023 The goal of SDG 6 is to ensure a clean and stable water supply and effective water sanitation for all people by 2030. The report was formally published this week and aims to provide a strategic response to the outcomes of the UN 2023 Water Conference. It was launched at the 2023 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF).
The report recommends actions the UN can take to implement the Water Action Agenda. It says that progress needs to increase six-fold for safely managed drinking water, and five times faster for safely managed sanitation, to achieve universal access by 2030. It also provides policy recommendations on how to achieve SDG 6 by 2030.
FRINGE - rsvp co-host AI Game 
we have a lot to tidy up below- our focus is how goodai can help Guerres and millennial friends transform systems that are currently broken around all 17 sdgs or any combo you make of them
===come back soon or chat with human -its now year 8 of guterres inspired network agreeing the goals wont happen without system transformation- thats a lot of different files - for example according to the UN's tech branch ITU in Geneva =these were 200 + Ai projects at end of 2022 but in our view less than 5 have more impact than the other 195 though admittedly some may be practice pathways - see also some chats we have with bard on whom it hopes w will offer top level help direct to Guterres or join in our AI (Architect Intelligence) game - who did most over last 75 years to connect human advancement

Let's roadmap future of UN, AI, and millennial sustainability goals

first some understanding from last 60 year

Road to since 1951 V.Neumann End Artificial Man-made Ignorances

IS ECONOMICS FOR ALL OF US OR WAS HG WELLS RIGHT - civilisation is a race between education and catastrophe? 

Having survived being teen navigator allied bomber commands burma , dad norman tried to sort out economicsforgood maps of what Keynes taught him from 1945, The Economist's centenary autobiogpraphy diaries from 1843=1943 and what von Neumann asked him to survey about future of intel from 1951 - you can check various Economist surveys at or join our youth apprentice reporters' trips to 2025 from 1984 or start at sping 2023 wherever women empowerment and chatgpt dance with millennials cooperating in race to be first SDGeneration.

Update Spring Madness 2023- Since 2017 living in washington dc region has been the most dismal time of my life until march 1 2023- i got to a 7 hour briefing of year 1 of only to find a superheroine fei-fei li drinking coffee- could I chat for a few minutes- soon she told me something exceptional chatgpt is as human as you do it your way -so here's part 1 of how I spent spring madness Then on march 20, I was listening in part of the UNICEF building opposite the main NY UN Campus- appartently 15 months of pretraining for 2024's un global future summits involves an inquest into every sdg as well as a debate on what if we breathed life into sdgs2.0 and un2.0 -jobs goal 8 wter/sanitaion goal 6 women goal 5 became the next 4 says early journeys through that whats if 

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  1. Praise for Fei-Fei Li book "the World's I see- curiosity, exploration & Discovery - at Te Dawn of AI
    "An inspiring personal journey from immigrant childhood to trailblazing scientist, The Worlds I See advocates for overcoming societal barriers and makes a compelling case for a human-centric, ethical approach to AI."

    Jennifer Doudna, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, CRISPR pioneer, and coauthor of A Crack in Creation
    "Fei-Fei Li is one of the scientists responsible for the birth of today's most widely discussed science, Artificial Intelligence. In The Worlds I See she gives the best explanation of AI that I've ever read while telling the story of her own profoundly American journey as a young immigrant who finds herself through education. This is a must-read."

    Condoleezza Rice, Director of the Hoover Institution at Stanford and 66th U.S. Secretary of State
    “A remarkable book from one of the leading scientists in the field of artificial intelligence. It’s both a moving and personal coming of age story of a young scientist and a riveting narrative that brings the reader into the earliest days of one of the most consequential scientific developments of our time. The Worlds I See is a deeply human story that is ultimately about Fei-Fei Li’s lifelong passion for learning and deep love of science.”

    Ed Catmull, cofounder of Pixar, bestselling author of Creativity Inc.

    "A fascinating and galvanizing memoir, The Worlds I See is a testament to the power and possibility of humanity—one told through Fei-Fei Li’s own remarkable trajectory from humble origins to becoming one of AI’s key visionaries, and in her essential work to develop and use that technology to improve the human condition."

    Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and Inflection AI, bestselling author of Impromptu

    "Fei-Fei Li was the first computer vision researcher to truly understand the power of big data, and her work opened the floodgates for deep learning. She delivers an urgent, clear-eyed account of the awesome potential—and danger—of the AI technology that she helped to unleash and her call for action and collective responsibility is desperately needed at this pivotal moment in history."

    Geoff Hinton, Turing Award winner, and Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto