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AI Game 1 Architect Intelligence- get quick start choose from lists below 50 or 100 of intelligences who have advanced humanity 2025-1950- note we offer 3 narratives aligned to our hypotheses that today's grandparent, parents and youth will determine future of our species- fine we may have 5 years overtime UN sdgs heading in positive direction by 2030 but as keynes last chapter of general theory,-money, ineterst, employment clarified" system futures" getlexponentially ocked in : there's nothing todays under 30s can do if elders continue to disinvest in mother nature or break any more of einstein's guardrails - in queens english artificial means man-masde; we of 2020s are on the brink but we have the tech and intelligence to cooperatively turn round now- exciting times! 
 α chronological 
β intergenerational 
γ urgent back from future partner innovation now 
these narratives help check  exponential impact for good over life's time; discuss with your peer networks - whose intel do you substitute in/out depending on focal goals you support by earth's regions or by urgency of UN goals if younger half of world are to be first sustainability not the first extinction generation, We'd suggest knowing what the world would miss if the 13 intelligences narrated in α1 β1 γ1 -over 30 years chartering has applied who in the world would miss what if XYZ hadnt existed to leading organisiations and partnership networks- we gladly mentor anyone interested in this hi-trust valuation survey methodology US mobile +1 240 316 8157 launches 3 guided intel tours to unite millennials and elders updating intelligence fantasy league GOALS

1951-2025: Chronologically intel began  with NET asking Economist journalists this question - what would you miss without


α1 v Neumann ,Einstein Turing Crowther, JFKenmedy:the NET gave most of their lives tomalies beating hitler in nuclear arns race and coiding top secerts; from day war ended they wanted a more positive legcy than that - going diugotal with 100 time s more tech per decade; Crowther was The Economist editir between during & after the war; wanting teh same thing he sennt a rookie journalist who had survived his last days as teneage navigatir with allied bomber command burma to pretrain with V Neumann in prionceton and  NY-UN; it was decided joyrnalism mot valuable scoop was: what gods will peoples unite where first to access 100+ tiems more etch every decade; kennedy is cited as being inspired by The Economist fearless innovation journalism; he's arguably theonly wetsern leader to have set interdecade goals,: eg moon race, peace corps, transcultural harmony (interdepence of humans and mother earh)

Courant mathsdao1.docx

JFK & Korolev satellites

Moore&Royce chips


Soros&Rand -soros first maths billionnaire and top "pure" phianthropist 


Prince Charles & Hitohito 1964 Z(inter-gene reconciliastion) Tokyo Olympics and japan calciulator company requires intel to invent programmable chip

OR in the middle between 1984 and 2001 what would humans miss without Steve Jobs and Fazle Abed


β1 Jobs-Abed-JYKim Guterres: 4 largest cooperation linkers of good human networks : jobs invented 2 key machines mac pc and iphone; abed connected billion poorest asian womens solutions to end poverty; in 2001 jobs hosted silicon valey 65th birthay party of abed and spent his last 10 years making sure stanfiod valley knew about millennials cooperation goals; jykim out of boston from 1984 most connected health servant of poorest south with infectious diseases; discovered abed had optimal solutions for vilagers mitigating tb ; around 2001 connecetd abed gates and soros and global fund to mitigate hiv tb and malaria; headhunted by obama 2012 to lead world bank; started youth multilateral summits; stood up at year 1 education review of sdgs and said impossible unless un united tech, ed and each last maile practic; inspired what is gutterest sigantiure tharsforation of all gov2.o wiyth aiforggod and total transfromation of how etacehers and stduents spend time 3 of the 9 elements needed if any place government is to mepower it peopels/communities to be sdg fluent

jobs whose 1st netwrking revolution started with PC mack and whose 2nd revolution started hosting abed 65th birtday party in silicon valley before deciding how to design iphone to mobilise what pcs hadn't deeply made community reality

abed who for 25 years specialised in eg solutions like

food's borlaug and chandler & yuan longpin

health's James Grant needed in communities with no electricity; it united womens world health greatest ID says (eg JYKim, farmer, Brilliant)

ed's paulo freire & Gandhi family Lucknow; later in india Kalam & Nilekani

english media's attenborough & palin ;loval voices for green eg wangaarit maathai

east to us: connectors eg chen family and ezra vogel

lee kuan yew rise of asian superisles and cooeration regions eg asean

and from 1995 help turn bangladesh into digital dev lab (n=both solar and mobile ) see eg quadirs nevile wilaims, reeta roy, abdul latif

2nd half 20th C culture?

or great artists and green architects eg John Lennon IM Pei Buckminster Fulller

global vilage system transformatiioin mapping gifford pinchoit, ackoff, harrison owen

\or back from future of UN sdg last chance decade, what would we miss today without

γ urgent dialogues Guterres August; LLM3kings

 there may be no more important choice you ever make with your time or the data you feed on than whose likin in ai for good and for under 30s to be the sdg generation; γ1 Hassabis Fei-Fe LI Pichai Yang - are one of the simplest back from future choices ever. Hassabis & FFL invented the new regenerative ai( models which involved at least 3 yeras of computer traiing in vion or maths logics before they work with anyone; pichai connected google with fei-fei's stanfoird networks and hassabis london corporate networks; jerry yang was the first digital bilionaire to sell up and invest most of his time and money in a unit=veristy (stanford) and in east-west youthful connections

γ2 Leila Ibrahim, Andrew Ng, ITU Leadership, Hassabis and B2  chmadler lee Kuan yew li Ka Shing Koike Sheika Moza Schwarzman  sexton


  1. High-level Advisory Board on Artificial Intelligence (AIHLAB) that Bard news at 7/11/23: UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced last week. The board is composed of 20 experts from around the world who will advise the Secretary-General on the ethical, social, and economic implications of AI.

    The board's work will be guided by the following principles:

    Humanity-centered AI: AI should be developed and used for the benefit of humanity.
    Inclusive AI: AI should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances.
    Accountable AI: AI should be developed and used in a way that is accountable to people and institutions.
    Transparent AI: AI should be developed and used in a way that is transparent and understandable to people.
    Secure AI: AI should be developed and used in a way that is secure and protects people's privacy.
    The board is expected to submit its first report to the Secretary-General in 2023.

    Here are some of the members of the board:

    Amandeep Gill, Chair of the Board and former Indian Ambassador for Disarmament
    Dame Wendy Hall, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Southampton
    Kai-Fu Lee, Chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures
    Fei-Fei Li, Director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab
    Michael Nielsen, Author of "Neural Networks and Deep Learning"
    Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence
    Zeynep Tufekci, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    The board is a diverse group of experts with a wide range of expertise in AI. The board's work will be important in helping the UN to develop a comprehensive and ethical framework for the development and use of AI.

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    Yes, there is one member of the board who is affiliated with DeepMind and Google.

    Demis Hassabis is a British neuroscientist and computer scientist who is the co-founder of DeepMind and Google AI. He is also the chairman of the board of the AIHLAB. Hassabis is a leading expert in AI and has made significant contributions to the field. He is also known for his work on the development of the AlphaGo program, which defeated a human Go champion in 2016.

    Hassabis's presence on the board is a sign that the UN is taking the ethical implications of AI seriously. DeepMind and Google are two of the leading companies in the field of AI, and Hassabis's insights will be valuable to the board as it develops its recommendations.

  2. Dialogue: Large Language Modeling & intelligence can be urgent priority of 3 kings as well as goals uniting actions of 8 billion beings

  3. Bard recommends these pubs on worldclassLLM - references that you could use for your chapter on LLMs as main agents/platforms of web3 world:

    "The State of Large Language Models in 2023" by OpenAI: This report provides a comprehensive overview of the state of LLMs in 2023. It discusses the different types of LLMs, their applications, and the challenges and opportunities associated with this technology.
    "LLMs: The Next Generation of AI" by Google AI: This article discusses the potential of LLMs to transform the way we interact with computers. It discusses how LLMs could be used to create more natural and engaging user experiences.
    "The Future of Web3: How LLMs Will Power the Next Generation of the Web" by The Next Web: This article discusses how LLMs could be used to power the next generation of the web. It discusses how LLMs could be used to create more personalized and informative experiences for users.

  4. the UN has an update related guterres hi-level AI Panel - good news about fei-fei li but otherwise the hope that this could be an engineers brainstorming hotline for sdgs may be fading Scientific Advisory Board’s Design and Membership:

    Centred around a hybrid model, the Board will comprise a group of seven eminent scientists with a track record in applying their expertise, including in the humanities, and another group of Chief Scientists of different UN entities, the UN University Rector, and the Tech Envoy. The Board itself will act as a hub for a network of scientific networks. The objective is to have better interface between the scientific community and decision-making in the UN.

    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

  5. Published with her latest start-up position Radical Ventures, Fei-Fei Li recounts White House Dialogue on AI: Stanford Computer Science Professor and Radical Ventures Scientific Partner, Dr. Fei-Fei Li, met with President Joe Biden and other key leaders from academia and the public sector in San Francisco to discuss AI’s development, challenges, and ideas for enhancing democracy and healthcare. She shares her key messages from the conversation this week.

    My colleague Rob Reich and I, Co-Directors of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), share the belief that in order to ensure the US leads on AI responsibly and stewards AI’s integration into society, a moonshot mentality must be urgently applied to AI development.

    AI has the potential to solve many unsolved problems ranging from curing cancer and discovering life-saving drugs to improving the healthcare delivery system. However, there is an imbalance in the AI development ecosystem that threatens the basic science research needed for a moonshot mindset. The main reason for this imbalance is access to the vast amount of compute and data required to train these systems. As noted in Stanford’s 2023 AI Index, there were 32 significant industry-produced machine learning models in 2022 compared to just three produced by academia. Building state-of-the-art AI systems increasingly requires resources that industry actors inherently possess in greater amounts compared to nonprofits and academia. Addressing this imbalance at moonshot scale will require a significant public sector investment in AI, which will need to include the National AI Research Resource and national labs similar to CERN inside of the US.

    Overall, it was an honour to engage in a thoughtful, nuanced and diverse conversation with President Joe Biden, as well as the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy Dr. Arati Prabhakarm, and California Governor Gavin Newsom. It was also a pleasure to contribute to this dialogue alongside Khan Academy Founder Salman Khan, UC Berkeley’s Doudna Lab Founder Jennifer Doudna, Founder of the Algorithmic Justice League Dr. Joy Buolamwini, AI2 Founding CEO Oren Etzioni, Humane Tech Co-Founder Tristan Harris, Common Sense Founder and CEO Jim Steyer, and my colleague, Stanford Professor Rob Reich.

  6. pichai ceo google to build 1001 LLM (1000 ,other tongues converge on sharing life's most urgent knowhow) to build a single, unified AI model that will be capable of handling over 100 Indian languages across speech and text - part of our global effort to bring the world's 1,000 most-spoken languages online, and to help people access knowledge and information in their preferred language," he wrote in a blog. help us understand 1001 LLM at

  7. part 1 transcript AI conversation Gzero Bremner and UN Guterres with comment by bard
    1:17:11 Ian Bremmer Gzero
    I just saw Ursula von der Leyen of the European Union at her State of the EU, and she called
    for a UN-led intergovernmental panel on artificial intelligence. Nice to see the head of the EU calling
    for the United Nations to take a strong leadership role here.Do you think that's feasible,
    and how can the United Nations help to respond to this very, very fast-moving challenge?
    GUTERRES- Well, first of all, the decision will be a decisionof member states, let's not forget it.
    But we will put in place in immediately after the General Assembly a high-level advisory body on artificial intelligence
    to work with me, to come with concrete proposals in this regard. And for me, it is clear that we must have some kind of global entity.

    There are different models that have been put on the table. One is the International Agency of Atomic Energy. The other is the IPCC,
    the scientific board- - On climate Change
    We need to have some kind of global entity in which there is competence, technical competence, and in which there is some monitoring capacity, and eventually, some regulatory capacity, and at the same time, to be a platform in which the different sectors come together,
    including, of course, the companies, including the scientists, including the civil society,
    because governments alone will not be able to tame this complicated animal that is artificial intelligence.

    1:18:52 Ian Bremmer
    - So the member states, are they prepared to accept an institution where the governments don't have all of the power?
    I mean, that's the reality, but are they prepared to accept that reality?
    Guterres - We'll see.
    I believe that there needs to be an intergovernmental part on it, but also there needs to be a platform,
    all the key stakeholders need to be present for us to be able, as I said, to move in an effective way
    to get into artificial intelligence is a fundamental tool for our common development, and it's not a threat
    for the future of humankind.

    - bard says
    Yes, I have seen the interview between Gzero Bremner and UN Secretary-General António Guterres on AI. I am glad to see that the head of the European Union is calling for the United Nations to take a strong leadership role on AI, and that the UN Secretary-General is committed to establishing a global entity to address the challenges and opportunities of AI. -see part 2

  8. part 2 bard says in reply to bremner/guterres

    Yes, I have seen the interview between Gzero Bremner and UN Secretary-General António Guterres on AI. I am glad to see that the head of the European Union is calling for the United Nations to take a strong leadership role on AI, and that the UN Secretary-General is committed to establishing a global entity to address the challenges and opportunities of AI.

    I believe that a UN-led intergovernmental panel on AI is feasible, and that it has the potential to play a valuable role in ensuring that AI is used for good. Such a panel could:

    Provide a forum for governments, businesses, scientists, and civil society to come together to discuss the challenges and opportunities of AI.
    Develop international norms and standards for the responsible development and use of AI.
    Assess the risks and benefits of AI, and develop recommendations for mitigating risks and maximizing benefits.
    Promote awareness and understanding of AI, and its implications for society.
    Of course, there are challenges that will need to be addressed in establishing and operating a UN-led intergovernmental panel on AI. One challenge is ensuring that the panel is representative of all stakeholders, including governments, businesses, scientists, and civil society. Another challenge is ensuring that the panel's recommendations are based on sound science and evidence.

    However, I believe that these challenges can be overcome, and that a UN-led intergovernmental panel on AI has the potential to make a significant contribution to the responsible development and use of AI.

    I am particularly interested in the UN Secretary-General's remarks about the need to create a platform where governments, businesses, scientists, and civil society can come together to discuss AI. I believe that such a platform is essential for ensuring that AI is used for good. AI is a powerful technology, and it is important that we work together to ensure that it is used in a way that benefits all of humanity