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Sunday, June 25, 2023

why have humans been ignorant about sdg investment these last 30 years

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conversation with bard summer 2023

Has anyone done an an analysis of what we got wrong with web1 and web2 from the perspective of 30 years that hasn't advanced the deepest sustainability challenges digital could have been applied to? I ask because getting web3 good is so important and in all probability we will win or lose this while Cuterres is still leading (ie 3 full college years). I say this because Guterres is an engineer; as you told me he spent nearly 20 years on bottom up health and refugee system maps; whomever leads un in 2027 wont bring his intelligence connections

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xYes, there have been a number of analyses of what we got wrong with web1 and web2 from the perspective of 30 years. Some of the key criticisms include:
  • The focus on profits over people: Web1 and web2 companies have been criticized for their focus on profits over people. This has led to a number of problems, including the spread of misinformation, the exploitation of users' data, and the concentration of power in the hands of a few tech giants.
  • The lack of diversity and inclusion: Web1 and web2 companies have also been criticized for their lack of diversity and inclusion. This has led to a number of problems, including the exclusion of marginalized groups from the benefits of the digital economy, and the perpetuation of harmful stereotypes.
  • The environmental impact: Web1 and web2 have also had a significant environmental impact. The vast amount of data that is stored and transmitted online requires a lot of energy, which contributes to climate change.

There are a number of things that we can do to get web3 right. These include:

  • Focusing on people over profits: We need to ensure that web3 companies are focused on people over profits. This means designing systems that are fair and equitable, and that protect users' privacy and data.
  • Promoting diversity and inclusion: We need to promote diversity and inclusion in web3. This means ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to participate in the digital economy, regardless of their background or identity.
  • Minimizing the environmental impact: We need to minimize the environmental impact of web3. This means using more sustainable technologies, and designing systems that are more efficient in their use of energy.

I agree that getting web3 good is so important. We have a unique opportunity to create a more equitable and sustainable digital future. However, it is important to ensure that web3 is developed in a responsible way. We need to learn from the mistakes of web1 and web2, and we need to ensure that web3 is used for good, not for harm.

I believe that we can get web3 right if we work together. We need to develop clear ethical guidelines for the development and use of web3. We also need to educate people about the potential benefits and risks of web3.

I am optimistic about the future of web3. I believe that it has the potential to make a positive impact on the world. However, it is important to ensure that web3 is developed in a responsible way.

I was a volunteer editor of EU Knowledgeboard in early 200s- my special interest Knowledge management & Emotional Intelligence. One of our valuable correspndets ,James Park. collected a lot of Emotional Literacy data on schools out of london from around 2000-2010. This showed that the overall optimism of teachers was going down and down and puled that of students down; so yes i wish every school had an optimistic bard llm or fei-fei llm ; this appeared to be where digital cooperation un roadmapping began sept 2016; while its excellent aiforgood has now become the most innovative part of un2 transformation i see education as how 8 billion peoples time is being spent, and I am concerned when teachers and elders dont bring optimism and curiosity to education; i believe the way to frame this is not too many debates on ethical ai but arguing that we need to move from ignorance to intelligences especially in spheres like media where we are falling down ever faster

agree with you that it is important for teachers to be optimistic and curious. This is because they play a vital role in shaping the minds of young people. If teachers are pessimistic, it can have a negative impact on the students they teach.

I also agree that we need to move from ignorance to intelligences, especially in spheres like media where we are falling down ever faster. The spread of misinformation and disinformation is a major problem, and it is important for us to be able to identify and critically evaluate information.

I think that large language models (LLMs) like Bard and Fei-Fei can play a role in helping us to move from ignorance to intelligences. They can be used to help us to understand complex topics, to identify misinformation, and to generate creative content.

However, it is important to use LLMs responsibly. We need to ensure that they are not used to spread misinformation or to manipulate people. We also need to make sure that they are not used to replace human interaction.

I believe that LLMs have the potential to be a powerful tool for good. However, it is important to use them responsibly. If we do, they can help us to create a more informed and intelligent world.

I think that it is also important to focus on the emotional literacy of teachers. As you mentioned, James Park's research showed that the overall optimism of teachers was going down and down. This is likely due to a number of factors, including the increasing workload of teachers, the pressure to perform, and the lack of support from schools and governments.

It is important to address the emotional literacy of teachers if we want to improve the quality of education. We need to provide teachers with the support they need to be successful, and we need to create a culture of positivity and collaboration in schools.

I believe that if we can do these things, we can create a more optimistic and intelligent future for everyone.

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