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Wednesday, August 2, 2023

I billion and two womens intelligences can save sdgs from collapse

 I dont quite understand why human development economics became the opposite system design from macroeconomics but clearly current collapse of sdgs is proof that the western economic consensus is spiraling all beings towards extinction

Conversely, if pro-youth ed friends & I were able to acquire as much knowhow as possible from any 2 people on the planet. today we'd happily choose Fei-Fei Li and Melinda Gates.

.2004 Bard says" M Gates first visited Bangladesh in 2004, and I was immediately struck by the energy and determination of the people there. Despite the challenges they face, Bangladeshis are incredibly resilient and resourceful.

She also mentioned that she met Fazle Abed, the founder of BRAC, during her visit. BRAC is a non-profit organization that works to address poverty and inequality in Bangladesh.

Gates has continued to visit Bangladesh in the years since her first visit. She has worked with BRAC and other organizations to promote development in Bangladesh. She has also spoken out about the importance of women's empowerment in Bangladesh.

In 2018, Gates co-hosted a summit on women's empowerment in Bangladesh. The summit brought together leaders from the tech industry, academia, and government to discuss how to use technology to empower women in Bangladesh.

Gates's work in Bangladesh has had a significant impact on the lives of women and girls in the country. She has helped to raise awareness of the challenges facing women in Bangladesh and has worked to promote policies and programs that benefit women.

Gates's work in Bangladesh is an example of her commitment to using her platform to make a difference in the world

System mapping Since Xmas 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution
has verified best ways parents have to
generate deeper society : the 51% trust ,49% business
also best network design for women to advance sdgs as Melinda Gates
known since 2004.Then just in time for 4g+ plus
world of data beamed up/down from every gps
ER world champions embrace human ai cooperations invented by Fei-Fei Li
NScienceF from 2006 and from 2010 stanford &
corporately with her fellow engineering wizard Hassabis
Let's  hope their intelligence meets with Antonio Guterres and UNs birth of sdg LLM  in August
EW: Very interesting that early cheerleaders of this smartest feminine movement include:
  • "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


HOW DID 73 years of  The Economist following V Neumann Lead to Fazle Abed as intelligence cooperation of 1 billion village gorls practising sdg networking since 1972

when my dad Norman died the Japan Ambassador to Dhaka cheered me up by organising 2 brainstorm sessions with fazle abed  : he was in his last of 5 decades as chief connector of so he started with his 65th birthday party 2001 the first time silicon valley brainstormed with him thanks to Steve Jobs -they had agreed a transformation was needed to 21st C universities - abed would start a real one, jobs would put one in what became the iphone

if we rewind to 1972-1996, we can see how girls networked by word of mouth through village centres (see melinda at a posh one in 2004) : how the very poorest Asian village mothers in the midst of worst infants diseases tropics offered networked extremely small village businesses but aggregated into nation wide wholesaling - my favorite example of 30 most intelligent cooperations one village woman per 300 would weekly doordash on foot 10 most basic personal care items and meds; her microfranchise would have positive cash flow albeit very small but in 1970s Bangladesh 90%of peoples needed these meds wholesaled by what brac designed as51% trust and 49% business

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