Its great to see women empowerment world leaders like Condoleezza Rice and Melinda Gates have found their moment (let alone the worlds we and AIgoodmedia could all celebrate linking in) with Fei-Fei Li, Stanford HAI
-coming Nov 2023 the worlds I see by fei-fei li
clues moments of lift is melinda's publishing house; aiforall was one the first co-foundations of melinda and fei-fei
according to the version of economist diaries my families maintain- previously Ms Rice was one of the "goodest" intelligence (does english have a word for as good as human gets, best doesnt seem to fit) never to have had her free moment (what she had to do as loyal servant of bush wasnt the free Rice evident at teh British Embassy in Washington in her post grad days; moreover her dad's own experience of how little relevance eith us party had to black lives matter of 60s when the local democratic party hazed him ...
==========Bard shared following details with me July 2023
regarding main partnerships connecting Melinda Gates and Fei-Fei Li:
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 a co-founder of AI4ALL, 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.
- 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.
- 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.hai.stanford.edu
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
you’re right, Fei-Fei Li has been involved in multiple foundations related to AI. Here’s a chronological list:
- Stanford Center for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI): Founded in 2013, HAI is 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 HAI.
Stanford Center for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) logo
- AI for All: Founded in 2016, AI for All is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to making AI more accessible and beneficial to everyone. Li is the founder and chair of AI for All.https://ai-4-all.org/
You are correct. AI for All was actually launched in 2016, the same year as the AI for Good Foundation. The two organizations have different missions and target audiences, but they both work to promote the use of AI for good.
Here is a quote from Fei-Fei Li about the launch of AI for All:
"We believe that AI has the potential to be a powerful force for good in the world, but it's important that we make sure that everyone has access to the benefits of AI. That's why we're launching AI for All, an organization that will work to make AI more accessible and beneficial to everyone."
I apologize for the error in my previous response. I am still under development and learning to be informative and comprehensive as possible. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
I understand fei-fei li book the world i see is coming out publicly in nov 2023- have you seen an advance copy? Would I be correct in thinking that this book will help clarify the lifetime network organigram of fei-fei li since 2006 and first funding of imagenet by nsf; is there a better term than lifetime organigram; what i really mean is a map of every partner or platform (and sdg connection) over the last 18 years so that people who want to help human ai can see if they already know some alumni and projects; otherwise there is a danger thta a lot of people wanting millennials to be the ai for good generation will miss connecting the dits needed for millennials to also be the sustainability goals generation?
I have not seen an advance copy of Fei-Fei Li's book, The World I See, but I believe it will provide a lot of insights into her work and her network. The book is described as a "memoir" and a "manifesto," so I expect it will cover her personal journey as well as her thoughts on the future of AI.
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==================================