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Wednesday, August 31, 2022

How many DCGS can your webs (3 2 1 0) see in the sdgs

Before 8 billion neings decoded whether to go the way of the dodo they had 3 chnaces at webs 3 is emerging as you read this eg see (hwile some define this by when your access to web integrates all your senses in augmented reality, others define this as designing a world in which bwe all co-cteate virtual as wellas physical ownbership instead of web 2 where a few big corporations increasingly owned all the new value drivers versus what innocenetly satrted in 1990 as the worldwide web of sharing ideas without borders but soon got taken ove by the noisiest advertisers and what seems now to have been rush to ecoomece and big finance without equal attention to integrating every living community's development needs such as goal 2 food/drink, goal 3 health, goal 4 education . Before web 1 mass tiv had spralled since world war 2 making speech in most places ever more expensive to war over what peoples brains perveived. IN 1999, the journal of marketing managment asked me to edit a spcial triple issue on every srt of fake media to beware of - sever bigger gaps in ince persentions and ouroseful realities are one way to end iur species for good

Please note anyhing in this post needs local verificaton and diversity of mediating- I am just recounting what can be most clearly seen by living a few miles from the white house.of course you can read through the first 22 yeras of actual parliamentary discourse and come to far smarter human intel than my one brain or any of the 15th annual packes of playing cards of which younger jalf of the world has helped us to refresh since the year 2008 when we all became alumni of being subprimed. It was probaly a westerm mirage but I reacll 1999 as a year of cluetrain and blossoming miellennial goals - what we got was 9/11 , wrs all around white manmade boders of the old world, as wellas nih's first exposure to whether man or natre causes pandemics. I can tell you from viewpoinr of my daughter birn nead nih n 1997, locally seaking its not be a very good time to grow up within the beltway. I hope your millennials' experince has been better

According to a 2015 declaration uniting nations of 2015 there are 17 SDGs(Sustainability Development Goals). Far less talked about are DCGs Digital Cooperation Goals. I am aware that in 1951 the greatest web of mathematicians represented by Von Neumann posed this question to journalists at The Economist (notably Smithian Scottish School) and keynesian (between-the-wars Cambridge UK) economists. (In this eara when the most effective maths tool was the slide ruler- largely economists mapped system philosophies - usually the claim was to be seeking advance of the human lot, more evenly distributed than what the G8 had culmniated in by the late 1930s). It was 1945  that saw the creation of the multilateral vision - begining with the twinning of teh United Nations - world policy hq UN Ny; world rech and trade mappjng capabilities Geneva.. Within 3 years Geneva had added the firsta dditional practice space of the UN - World Health Organbsiation. It was 35 yeras before UN HQ3 arrived in Vienna in 1980. Africa got included (Habitat out of Kenya). The two thirds of humans who are Asian have increasingly webbed in eg by being significant invesirs in the UN University systems current 14 hubs. (Thailand coordinates an Asian view of UN)

 What goods will peoples do with 100 times more tech every decade 1930s to 2020s. The question interested my father when he met von neumann becasue having spent his last days as a teenage navigaotor in allied bomner command stationed at burma : Norman had google maps in his head of a not so good world of wars and borders that had been spun by mainly white empires, and could sympathise directly with how the greatest web of mathematicians humanity had ever known had been required to focus mainly on bads eg race to atom bomb. If you take a tour of what von neumann worked on between 1945-1957 (see 2 bios dad's or ) you cane see a lote of hopes he left to posterity- computing, how space/satellite communitcations could end cuost of distance in human knowho sharing, how human brans would adapt to machines that could do infinte more data crunching (ultimately run real time services -some people call autnomous systems). But more than that the question of DCGs graviaites around win-win maps without which our species cannot survive. WE invite everyone to search through to 2016- hwat goods can we find. It was in 2016 that educatirs added an extra dynamic to this. At the UN spet 2016, the first annual review of sdg 4 education - 30 leaders of nations reported there was no hope of this gial being realised with transformation. 

One group that became Digita Cooperation reporters spent the next day connecting what those who value education could see our of new york with what technologists and world trade extpers can see out of the UN in Geneva. It turns out that switzerland had been te world centre of gravity for global connectivity since 1965. This was when the first tele systeme (telegrapgs was born). The greek conottaion of tele is connecting peoples without dorders- something that is relevant to "te;e" and rad indystries as nobody wants more than 1 telegraph, ttelephpone,-- ultimtely communicatiosn frequesncies are as much a worldwide public good as mother nature herself.4 months after thsi attempt to unite ed and tech and mapping of how the world trade, Antonio Gutteres stated his 10 yera term of Un leadershp. Previously he had coordniated sevices for the world refuggees. He asked an expert group to spend a year on mapping digotal cooperation system dynamics. They came up with (now) 9 playing pievces called the general secreatry tech envoy's digital roadmap to UN2.0 (a chnace for gov2.0 everywhere).

When you look at the 9 pmaying pieces of DCGs:

we have seen educators are exploring digital cooperation;p geneva has since 19865 hosted industry-visioning forum on global connectivity; what the UN calls AI for good is essentially von neumanns 1951 question- this became his legacy from around 1860 in twin ai labs facing pacific out of stanford (which in 1965 also became epictre of dordon moore's 100 times more engineering) and facing the atlantic out of boston (which was where the coding of moon landing was done0. It was mainly the east coast that advanced computer hardare throuhj mini and towards personal compuyters. However it was a jaoanese calculator manufactures order that started intel programmable chips (20 years later a chense america took these to taiwan to be world's production epicntre); it was mainly 2 east coast west jumps (xerox, Gates0 that chnaged software. So there's been a lot of 100 time more but does the sdg framework empower we the peoples to map where win-wins have been expoenetilly rising, versus where win-loses will collapse our species?

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