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Tuesday, August 22, 2023

5 west coast ladies and one transferred to london who changed AI and the worlds 2020s youth see

 ref AI4all:  we welcome your additions to the extraordinary herstory Fei-Fei Li & Melinda Gates & Condoleeza Rice & Lila Ibrahim & Nobel Laureate Jennifer Doudna  coopeartively review at The Worlds I See : and Priscilla Chan who at western worlds number 1 thorty something philanthropist is well placed in the next town down from Stanfird HAI

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
The Worlds I See by Dr. Fei-Fei Li
It is worth noting that if ever anyone deserved a Nobel prize for economics it must be Dr Fei-Fei Li but there is a catch 22 most of her work values win-win economics and this seems to be a field the Nobel Committee, as neither Smithian moralists nor Keynesian systems pragmatists, may never be open to celebrating

AI2020s ; let's begin joy of 21st c being:

Back in 2006 the National Science Foundation sponsored Fei-Fei Li to activate her Princeton Doctorate on AI Vision Coding  Machines: it would take a heck of  a lot of "computing computing!" ; so she invited peer mathematicians and societal designers yo assembled imagenet - vision coding of computers instead of binary programs

This entrepreneurial revolution was only fully applauded when landing in Stanford 2009 she was greeted by the likes of Andrew Ng founder of Coursera MOOC, then many more on campus and at neighboring corporate town of mountain view;  what if silicon valley 21st c rebirth celebrated hosting the most energetic annual competition intelligence ever cooperated around; 

with Inet platform ,   fei-fei li became the connector of the Goats of humans AI- eg Hassabis 2010 whose games soon evolved to value core of deepmind google brand architecture as one early cooperation friend

- Friends20 asked bard: will fei-fei li's book in november published in the melinda gates moment imprint map ai world's most female empowering connectors of sdgs intelligence?

Bard Said I think it is likely that the book will include a timeline of Li's work, which would help to clarify her network over the years. It would also be interesting to see if the book includes any information about her work with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

I agree that it is important to connect the dots between AI and the SDGs


Melinda Gates and Fei-Fei Li have partnered on several projects related to artificial intelligence and women's empowerment. Here are a few examples:

  • AI4ALL. Gates is seed fund co-founder of AI4ALL with Nvidia CEO, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusion in the field of artificial intelligence. Li is also a co-founder of AI4ALL, and she serves on the organization's board of directors.

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  • Moment of Lift. Gates is the founder of Moment of Lift, a publishing brand that focuses on stories about women's empowerment. Li's upcoming book, The World I See, will be published by Moment of Lift.

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  • Stanford HAI. Gates is a member of the board of directors of Stanford HAI, a research center at Stanford University that is dedicated to studying the ethical, social, and economic implications of AI. Li is the co-director of Stanford HAI.

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In addition to these formal partnerships, Gates and Li have also spoken together at events and shared their insights on the future of AI and women's empowerment. They are both strong advocates for using AI for good, and they are committed to working together to make a difference in the world.

In addition Fei-Fei helped UN ITU lauch AIforgood summit 2017 which is now continuously online and melinda gates co0chaired guterres expert panel on how must ai and other digital cooperation change the Un, every multilateral and any giv we serve

Around the time that NG the co-founder at stanford of coursera was welcoming Fei-Fei Lela Ibrahim had moved from a decade of leading intel ceo's craig barrett secretariat to coursera; and a few yeras later she was being headhunted by Hassabis and DeepMind - full story aiforgood summit keynote 2023

Which leaves stories of when did Hoover director at stanford condoleeza rice first celebrate the worlds fei-fei li could see and what the work of about

1 comment:

  1. in layman's term, can you tell me what breakthorugh earned Jennifer Doudna a chemistry Nobel?. She is one of the first 5 experts to review/praise Fei-Fei new boos "the world I see". Was generative & human AI integral to Doudna's nobel prize?.
    BARD says
    Sure. Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier were awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their discovery of CRISPR-Cas9, a gene-editing tool that has revolutionized biology and medicine.

    CRISPR-Cas9 is a protein-RNA complex that can be used to precisely edit DNA. It works by first identifying a specific DNA sequence, and then cutting that sequence out of the DNA. This allows scientists to make targeted changes to genes, which can be used to treat diseases, develop new crops, and improve our understanding of biology.

    Doudna and Charpentier's discovery was made possible by the use of human AI. They used a computer program to search for proteins that could potentially be used to edit DNA. The program identified Cas9, a protein that is found in bacteria. Doudna and Charpentier then showed that Cas9 could be used to edit DNA in a precise way.

    Human AI was also used to develop the protein database that is used to identify CRISPR-Cas9 targets. This database contains information about the DNA sequences that are recognized by Cas9. This information is essential for using CRISPR-Cas9 to edit DNA.

    The development of CRISPR-Cas9 is a major breakthrough in biology and medicine. It has the potential to revolutionize the way we treat diseases, develop new crops, and improve our understanding of biology. Human AI played a vital role in the development of CRISPR-Cas9, and it is likely that AI will continue to play an important role in the future of biology and medicine.

    As for your question about whether chemists are expecting anything as vital as the protein database from AI, the answer is yes. There are a number of other AI-powered tools that are being developed that have the potential to revolutionize chemistry. For example, AI is being used to develop new catalysts, design new drugs, and synthesize new materials.

    It is still too early to say what the most significant impact of AI on chemistry will be. However, it is clear that AI has the potential to transform the way that chemists work.