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9/8/18 paul oyer: fei-fei li : lei zhang - WE WELCOME q&a THE MORE MATHEMATUCAL OR HUMAN THE BETTER chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk MA stats cambridge 1973

2016 bangladesh schools go edigital nationwide :: brookings video :: Bangla video :: brac how's that
1/1/21 we have entered the most exciting decade to be alive- by 2030 we will likely know whether humans & tech wizards can save futureoflife- tech surveys indicate odds of accomplishing this greatest human mission would be lot less without spirit of a chinese american lady at stanford-...
bonus challenge for those on road to glasgow cop2 nov2021: future 8 billion peoples want to value from 2021 rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

GAMES of world record jobs involve
*pack of cards: world record jobs creators eg fei-fe li ; fazle abed ...
*six future histories before 2021 starts the decade of empowering youth to be the first sustainable generation.

problem 99% of what people value connecting or doing to each other
has changed (and accelerated in last three quarters of a century- while laws, culture and nature's diversity and health are rooted in real-world foundations that took mother earth 1945 years to build with -and that's only using the christian calendar

1995 started our most recent quater of a century with 2 people in Seattle determined to change distribution of consumers' markets - the ideas of how of bezos and jack ma on what this would involve were completely different except that they changed the purpose of being online from education knowledge to buying & selling things -
nb consuming up things is typically a zero-sum game or less if done unsustainable- whereas life-shaping knowhow multiplies value in use
from 1970 to 1995 knowhow needed to end subsistence poverty of over a billion asian villagers was networked person to person by women with no access to electricity grids- their number 1 wrjc involved partnerships linked by fazle abed - borlaug's crop science was one of the big 5 action learnings -its person to person application saved a billion people from starvation; the first 185 years of the machie age started up bl glasgow university's smith an watt in 1760 had brought humans to the 2 world wars; when people from nearly 200 nations founded the united nations at san francisco opera house 1945 chances of species survival looked poor- miraculous;y one mathematician changed that before he died 12 years later- john von neumann's legacy was both the moon race and twin artificial intel labs - one facing pacific ocean out of stanford; the other facing the atlantic out of mit boston .. who are top job creating economists by practice - health -refugee sports green hong kong..where are top tour guides around billionaire 1 2 around poverty,,, we the peoples ...

Friday, February 14, 2020

einstein + keynes smith watt gandhi attenbough

lets share "systems stories" between maths genii, economists, first engineer  james watt, peace leaders and one of british broadcastings greatest mediator on behalf of spevies survival
an intriguing starting place is einstein's letters to gandhi: 

why did Einstein say one day sustainability will depend on leaders like gandhi being the norm 

why did einstein worry about whether americans would get addicted to ruling over wars instead of through peace 1

most people agree that glasgow university's james watt and adam smith started up the age of humans and machines - which became the industrial revolution through which some peoples livelihoods changed from agriculture to the race to be in one of the world's most exciting cities ( actually this process was slow and uneven- by the end of world war 2 most people still had no access to electricity grids, and this applied to the largest ethnicity Asians two thirds of the world who had been mostly colonised as a consequence of the 7 white empires - directly brits french and indirectly russians germans, canadians, americans; Japan was the one Asian of the industrial era to become a coloniser - an ideology that it hadn't thought of  until being woken up an American navy in the 1850s)

more recently people have been classifying life in the 21st century as being determined by the 4th industrial revolution - one in which the analytic power of machines connects real time operational platforms- what previously was manually governed or driven may be left to machines to control

there is no doubt that this is on the verge of happening due to 100 fold increase in tech power per decade delivered since the moon race decade by alumni of gordon moore located in the wondrous tip of silicon valley and stanford university- however macines depend on what data they train or- will we humanise ai equitably as if all lives matter; that is not what has happened during the first three industrial revolutions even though adam smith wrote as clearly as anyone ever has demanding machine ower for all

in smith's day machine power ir1 was literally about more physical power than horse and man
we believe that the next different use of machines  was telecommunications also firsted by a scot but us immigrant alexander graham bell : the telephone - and supplemented by another scot j logey baird televsion - of course all sorts of media and transmission spaces have evolved- satellite telecommunications death of the cost of distance as a primary geo variable for sharing life critical knowhow has seemed to us as yet the biggest value multiplier of the space race

most people would agree that 12 years of extraordinary wirk by hungaran american mathematican von neumann innovated the biggest and fastest industrial revolutions of all - delivering arguably 100 times moore tech power every decade as von neumann's legacy- for those who choose to call these 3rd and 4th industrial revolutions: we suggest ir3- the age when human computing tools went beyond slide ruler and paper reporting to computing and digital reporting changing every kind of job in the process; to which industrial revolution 4 adds those platforms whose real time operation we turn over to artiicial intel;

so in 2020 - 260 years on - the era of machines and humans is sping so fast that when the world's meets in glagow cop26 risk exponentials - eg covid, climate, all livesmatter AI- have become as sustainability urgent as innovation opportunities


there are 2 things about einstein every maths teacher should know how to storytell wherever she teaches - they explain who determines the future-

 fortunately most kids/teachers/parents/communities only need to know the stories not the detailed maths unless a kid wants to be one of the top 10 "systems" mathematicians to save their generation - not something that will necessarily make you much money , and probably something which needs flow training from age 6 - what worlds greatest musicians, artists, sportstars and maths people share in common is lifetime of focused practice starting pre-school, -the exact opposite of standard examination inside classrooms

einstein 1 - whether male scientists say their silo of science has nothing more to innovate- they mean until or unless maths and modeling is done at a more detailed level of dynamic interaction than they have approximated - read gordon brown story - sadly covid19 works at scale about one thousandth of a pinch of salt - 

einstein 2 written in 1930s- as tech accelerates, one day within next 80 years the only nation leaders worth trusting will have long-term values like gandhi- sustainability of species as well as nations involves long-term intergenerational depth of consistency and love of peoples not quarterly political churning nor its monetisation - see letters between einstein/gandhi


KSW – Keynes Smith Watt
This is a summary of the final chapter of Keynes General Theory of Employment Money and Interest         
Increasingly only the handful of economists whose rules get embedded in nations’ justice systems rule the world. They exponentially lock in what every places’ children will be able to do with their generation
    
Keynes also presented a conclusion and a recommendation
Therefore Economists will pose the greatest risk to the parental desire of bringing up children to innovate happier freer futures than our generation 

UNLESS the profession of Economist takes the Hippocratic oath to design systems  around the core goal of ending poverty- by which is meant every place or space is thriving and diverse so that wherever the next girl or boy is born, she has a good chance at a happy, free  and productive life                                                  
     
Keynes was writing out of Cambridge University between the two world wars. He left his inheritance to form the Cambridge Arts Theatre.  Artistic participation is one limitless and collaborative way to value thriving community. As Brits may know some of their truest tv journalists graduated from Cambridge Arts including David Frost who chased down Nixon and Michael Palin who progressed from Monty Python  satire to global   cultural belt roads (eg full circle that goes south from the arctic to the Antarctic and back up to Russia again where Michael sings a ballad with soviet navy in Vladivostok the Asian city nearest to where the Bering St separates Russia and America by 50 odd miles. Palin also chaired the Royal Geographic Society at the time both Prince Charles and the Attenborough convinced Aunty (BBC) to stop being censored by politicians and start telling climate crisis reality- a great purpose for world service and the Queens English and as a commonwealth force multiplier
Keynes like his contemporary Einstein was aware that connectivity technologies would make the world a very small place. In fact, his main lesson to the last class he taught returning from world war 2 – was new technologies were accelerating so fast that peace would depend on new world trade mapping how post industrial economics and healthy societies go beyond mercantile colonial and industrial. And there is Einstein’s most creative lesson for our human race can be stated thus: whenever man’s sciences says there is nothing more to innovate, the old scientific expert means that no more can be discovered until mapping a system at a more micro level of dynamics than had previously been imagined possible. Today we could urgently live up to Keynes and Einstein by declaring microeconomists value sustaining humanity and invite tech wizards to humanise Machine Intelligence and transparently map big data small so that 5G links in every community from the ground up. Beam me up Scotty as one starships crew used to celebrate
Further Reference – we invite economist tech wizards and parents to consider whether 2020s sustainability economics can be the 7th and most wondrous economics of all by integrating the trading maps of the industrial economies of pound and dollar with the 4 new tech economies of
1.       space/satellite/mobile,
2.       von neumann and moores trillion times more analytic power (100 fold decade 5G 2020s 0G 1970s)
3.       demings zero defects engineers and supercity infrastructures,
4.       rural keynesianism global villages.


5.       The Economist between 1962 and 1992 (free downloads normanmacrae.net ) mediated explorations between American and Asia of this knowledge-age race with the hope that Franciscan American and Gandhian African could also linkin  servant leaders in a project codenamed Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1976, which was also translated into Roman by a young Romano Prodi. Earlier 1955 The Economist had fielded the only journalist at Messina’s conception of the EYU (1955) -unfortunately what the Italian triangularisation of free trade with Germany and France had hoped for -joy of trade across med sea and at the western end or marco polos silk road) was decimated by the common  agricultural policy and the way the founding 6 soon reverted to the same Norther Bureaucratics that had colonized the old world leaving more than half of human beings on the continent of Asia with no access to electricity grids even as the west 1960s moon race was completed.
Smith Watt Alumni Year 260
If you find it hard to find an economist today who is designing the future your friends and families would like to spend their lived on we recommend rewinding to Adam Smith Glasgow U 1760s
Smith was fortunate to be at a unique crossroads in time and space
His alumni Watt was inventing engines ie starting up industrial revolution
Scotland had just failed as a nation and was being colonized by London. Smith was hoping for an opposite to what happened next – London thinned Scotland of people valuing sheep aa quarterly more valuable than people. The consequence more than half of Scots emigrated to America and around the 7 seas- becoming one of the first Diaspora Nation
Like eg Newton before him Smith was living at a time when intellectuals were expected to compose systems from being at the exploratory edge of various valuable/enlightening journeys across generations
Smith had a lot to say on English higher education being hopeless
He had enthusiastically explored the evolution of cultures and languages – interestingly our biography of Von Neumann shows this was the father of computer codings final bridge to humanizing machine intel
Smith work on moral sentiments asked how would make markets transparent enough for humans to continues to be nature smartest species
AND Smith had his unique pitch on world trade. He noted that the burden on the pound economy to build a worldwide empire would become too big. Logically smith argued: stop trying to colonise america, celebrate free trade with them. And once they become bigger celebrate the dollar economy out of Phillidelphia as next world free trade mapping  capital united by the English language. Even when the  Brits had not been . Even as 1776 showed Brits had not been innovative enough to value Smithsonian free trade he was confident his reasoning would need to make a come back
We would advise people not to write off Smith as a mere dreamer. He raised very detailed questions if ones that would need a lot of conflict resolution. In Glasgow University you can find a paper on the subject: A Question the dollar economy raises is how will reparations be made to slave owners. If the majority of the economy of America South revolves round the operational system of slave labour – how will that leap be made. Smith knew that the true morality of advancing human rights does not come  cheap. It takes a lot of work and a higher level of collaboration trust than competition alone. To go beyond any system trap one has to dare mediate reconciliation proactively however inconvenient that truth is to the old way of doing vested interest politicking
Further Reference from the emergence of rural keynesianism around borlaugs rice science and barefoot village doctors, arounfd1970 womens empowerment movements started scaling across the continent of Asia – East from Japan to Korea and China. South out of Bangladesh. The Chinese soon benefited from inward investment by China Diaspora of deming-inspired infrastructures, but as world poorest new nation of 1971  Bangladesh offers the purest 50 year development action-learning curricula of micro-everything (community resilience, goal 2 food security, goal 3 community health service, goal 4 livelihood education, goal 5 end underclasses be these sexual , faith-based, skin-coloured, language-based, 6 locally sanitise and value clean water flows).

http://worldcitizen.tv/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/jsbpapertwo.docx
It turns out that just as a teenage Gandhi had gone to study Bar of London law, a teenage Bangladeshi (Fazleabed.com) went to Glasgow to celebrate th200 year of Smith and Watt. He then trained as a Chartered Accountant for Royal Dutch Shell Oil becoming that multinational’s regional ceo for his homeland before disaster struck 1970 in the form of a local cyclone killing 1 million people all around him. From that life changing moment on he spent his life linking in the number 1 ngo economy of ending poverty from the very poorest up. In 2010 To celebrate the 40th year of Bangladesh women empowerment Adam Smith scholars launched a journal of new economics. The bookmark above is the paper on Adam Smith I most use . There’s much more to learn than I am capable of mapping, especially as the new technologies help bangladesh women leapfrog round the most exciting university partnership od sdgs BRAC U 2.0/OSUN partners and the deepest pursuit of digital banking for the poorest BKash partnership

Alumni of Smith Watt and Bangla women Empowerment invite you to celebrate year 260 of this microeconomics relay cop 26 Glasgow Nov 2020

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