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Thursday, July 6, 2023

2001 -50th year for questioning what Neumann-Einstein-Turing wanted humans to connect went very badly with 9/11. However with hindsight I have heard of one beautiful question. In Silicon Valley Steve Jobs hosted 65th birthday party for Fazle Abed and it was agreed that a critical search for silicon valley's next quarter century: which 5 women across america best live up to the dreams of the NET

73rd years of diaries started with The Economist & Von Neumann 1951

Shall we value human and digital intelligence to prevent orwell's big brother end game? In 1951, when research of good brain tools (beyond the abacus or slide ruler if you were a mathematician) was gearing up, everyone involved had barely survived world war2 and sadly in V Neumann's case he had only 5 smart years left due to terminal cancer caused by helping beat hitler in the race to nuclear. So good was more of a democratic priority in everyone's minds than it has been in this 21st C to date. If the 2020s is to unite good, we have one heck of a lot to change at system levels not just individual smart behaviors. As the Economist forseaw in 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution, Every huge organisation including big governments needs auditing -99% are simply not good enough- they fail adam smith moral sentiments test of 1758 which is also backed up by research which shows trust has plumetted for over 20 years.


Some quests for good or humansai are simple provided masses of people the world over celebrate them as common sense- stop wasting 8 billion beings time by addicting them, bullying them, doing things nature in spite of her bounteous energy is not capable of wanting any more humans doing;   in other words we will need to end trillions of dollars  spent on bad media ai; primarily concerned with notes 2025-1945 on how economists, , media and tech exponentially lock in what future generation is possible ; dad norman macrae who served as teen navigator allied bomber command fortunately survived was taught by keynes how economists design exponential futures before 1951 year of mentorin princeton/ny mainly by von neumann (who dal also became biographer of) 

Good Global has been starngely hard to find in this 21st c, unfortunately by 2016 research showed that more than ha;f of students and therefore teachers time was being wasted in not prepping for ai livelihoods- the reason why UN under Guteres has included aiforgood in digital roadmapping from 2107; other deep dynamics of good ai depend on how good a nation is at training mathematicians and engineers and what they are rewarded for doing; a lot of good data, which  science needs to integrate,  depends on engineers living with the poorest- or taking the advice that fazle abed and steve jobs helped compile - 4 cooperations 1 billion asian women most needed to network to end poverty out of every rural village; 

however each global leap of 100 times more data transfer (issued by the YN's ITU in consultation with the world's telecs companies)  (eg 4G in 2009) makes a few types of ai transformations so huge that they do things like saving a million hours of phd is largely good because that basic research becomes the basis for human solutions but typically not the immediate solution - we propose game of intelligences and 3 pilot tours you may want to take- do you really need to know gamma the edgiest ai; do you need to build on consistent architecture of ai from the beginnings neumann-einstein-turing both designed and listed exponential misuses of; or are you teaching or parenting a preteen who in 7 years time will find good ai her generation's only chance to prevent extinction unless the last 7 years of failing to progress all 17 of un's deepest goals trasnforms into an altogether better chance for today's millennials

can we prevent academics causing extinction? (see also silicon valley 65th birthday party  for fazle abed 1 billion girls inteligence2001 hosted by steve jobs)

frankly as a 70 something i am disgusted at my generations total disregard of growing kid's futures on earth- we have known since I was at university that by 2015 half of all knowhow would be new every 3 years- this who make graduate stiudent loans of 4 year certificate degrees need to be sent on one way trips to the moon

The Economist how media determines future, Von Neumann 1951 how 100 times more tech /decade will change future; 1951 was very intersting year for dad to be sceonded to ny princeton - did the UN and neumann's NET (Neumann-Einstein_Turing) understand how each other could humaniste the future - were NYO professors like Courant able to mediate this for far longer than Neumann who became fatally ill from cancer - see computer and brain -Neumann's final notes on his life's future now deepmind linked by associates of Hassabis and Fei-Fei Li

WE also happily trach back to Lomdon Scots James Wilson foudning of the economist as royal society chat letter - wilson had become an mp to sack the 60% of verseted interests that were destroing scots small enterprises, starving the irish with the coirn laws, destroying most of asian fredoms with the world's worst corpiration teh east indies comany. Could The Economiuts help the 20-somethin Victiria change constitution from empire to commonwealth

Wilson was huimself inspired by the 2 extrairdinary books of adam smith - the last book on markets moral principles and interface with nature before co-worker james watt at glasgow university introduced engineering power to the world, amd 1776 ho w first 16 yeras of engines changed the colaboartion and compoetition advantages of nations

it should be noted that by 1710 a g=handful oif scots had bankrup soctland (imagine trying to dig the oanam canal 50 yeras before you invcent engines); so by smitj's time being a colony of london was already spiining less and less freedom - smiths advice to new engineers takne upo by eg telephone's bell was go enetrepreneur in us- smith had 2 dreams that scotalnd would become a united state and that schottish engineers would mobilise end of slabery wherever theit innovatiosn brough usa more fredoms

Let the be with you everywhere in the 2020s - see and the game oif Architect Intelligence rsvp if we can share maps of who's sdg cooperation who - eg 1billiongirls top 30 cooperation entrepreneurial revo=ultions

1 comment:

  1. Q to Bard LLM: around the world trust metrics have been plumetting for a long time - am i correct in thinking this has been happening for at least 20 years overall?
    Yes, you are correct. Trust metrics have been plummeting for at least 20 years overall. There are a number of factors that have contributed to this decline, including:

    The rise of social media: Social media has made it easier for people to spread misinformation and disinformation. This has eroded trust in institutions and in each other.
    The financial crisis of 2008: The financial crisis of 2008 led to a loss of trust in financial institutions. This was due to the fact that many people felt that they had been misled by these institutions.
    The increasing polarization of society: Society has become increasingly polarized in recent years. This has made it more difficult for people to trust each other.
    The rise of authoritarianism: Authoritarian regimes have become more common in recent years. These regimes often use fear and intimidation to maintain power, which erodes trust in government.
    These are just some of the factors that have contributed to the decline in trust metrics. It is important to note that the decline in trust is not uniform across all countries or cultures. However, it is a trend that is evident in many parts of the world.

    There are a number of things that can be done to address the decline in trust. These include:

    Promoting transparency and accountability: Institutions need to be more transparent and accountable to the public. This will help to rebuild trust.
    Combating misinformation and disinformation: It is important to combat misinformation and disinformation. This can be done by educating the public about how to identify these problems and by supporting fact-checking organizations.
    Building bridges between different groups: It is important to build bridges between different groups in society. This will help to reduce polarization and to rebuild trust.
    Promoting democratic values: Democratic values, such as freedom of speech and the rule of law, are essential for building trust. These values need to be protected and promoted.
    . By taking steps to address the factors that have contributed to this decline, we can start to rebuild trust and create a more just and equitable society.