was launching ESG in 2004 one of UN's biggest mistakes- from 2015 the more you look with brain tools at the sdgs we can argue 1=7 depend on societies/communities ground up peace and climate are a third dimension needing world mediation like humans have never had the intel to do before; goals 12-9 look to me like transparency of world trade mapping; in a sense the UN needed to intrapreneur off goals 1-7 and education ;while working out 21st c transformation of multilaterals to do 2 reconciliations of world mapping and the age of data webbing up and down from every gps
no wonder esg is now the least common denominator bureaucratics not likely to be the savior of the human race let alone the entrepreneurial revolution savior of uniting people's win-won trading space across hemispheres and celebrating millennials as first SD generation
Your summary of what exponential risks have multiplied and responses in very transatlantic- can you give me any refenences how pacific 2/3 of humans have have tried to apply intelligent systems tools and AIforSDGsReplyDelete
Yes, there are a number of initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region that are applying intelligent systems tools and AI for the SDGs. Here are a few examples:
AI for Social Good Asia Pacific (AI4SG APAC): This is a platform for collaboration and innovation in AI for social good across the Asia Pacific region. It brings together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to share knowledge and develop solutions for the SDGs.
AI for Sustainable Development (AISD) Asia: This is a project led by the Asian Development Bank that aims to accelerate the adoption and scaling of AI for sustainable development in Asia. It focuses on developing AI solutions for key sectors such as agriculture, energy, and health.
AI for Good Pacific: This is a regional initiative that aims to harness the power of AI to address social and environmental challenges in the Pacific. It brings together stakeholders from across the region to collaborate on AI projects and initiatives.
AI and Robotics for Sustainable Future: This is a program led by the United Nations Development Programme that aims to explore the potential of AI and robotics for achieving the SDGs in the Asia-Pacific region. It focuses on developing AI and robotics solutions for key areas such as disaster risk reduction, health, and education.
Asia-Pacific AI for Education Forum: This is an annual forum that brings together stakeholders from across the education sector to explore the potential of AI for improving learning outcomes and achieving the SDGs.
These are just a few examples of the many initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region that are applying intelligent systems tools and AI for the SDGs.