. 2022-3 welcomes you to 15th annual players cards of world record jobs - how to play games version of WRJ
Health we continue to value alumni of Brilliant, Nightingale (doubly so given Ukraine situation) , the women who built a nation round last mile health care with Fazle Abed.,Abed's 21st C comrade spirit Jim Kim without whom the signature transformation of UN leader Guterres : UN2 that proacts engineering/entrepreneur/education/Servant leader smarts into any silo of old gov probably would not be with us
WorldClassDaos recommends we leap into better 2020s best place to start: HONG KONG as WorldClassEngineer laureate of 2022. While dad, norman macrae, coined term Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist 1969. Friends think there would be few problems in the world if every 1/1000 of humans were as energetic multi-win traders as Hong Kong, Hong Kong is leading 21st coming of age with unprecedented co-creativity geared to making sure web3 serves communities in ways no previous web 2, 1 or tele media (arguably only attenborough beat off vested interests to sustain 50 years of consistent tv storytelling access -moreover web3 has emerged out of a radical fintech foundation with concept of Satoshi 2008 intended to be a decentralised solution to serial abuse of communities by subprime banking
JOTTINGS: Nightingales deliver motion for UNGA77 .why love Stanford. (rules options) ::
top 2 alumni networks to cooperate with remain Fazle Abed & Von Neumann-; with urgent appearance of web3 as make or break sustainability generation we've spent time zooming up bop-eg Singapore Players, ..... more WRJ
Upd Fall 2023 - Worlds AI see change everyone's futures; Musk headline on need for 3rd party referee is transnational ai summit's deepest intelligent momentupd valentines 2023 ...Join us at twitterversal.com and TAO: Twitter Autonomy Opsworldclassdaosgreenbigbang invites you to have a sneak at our new picks for 2023 if you are comfy with messy searchesSDGs rising by valuing women's productivity emulating mens
Coming soon Tao.dance- dance then wherever you may be for I am the oak tree of nature's dance said (s)he
If you are going to help save 2020s world from extinction (let alone putin!) the top 50 people you'll need to learn and action with will be a deeply personal combo- GAMES OF WRJ #1 edit 50 playing cards from WRJ -ask a friend to do likewise- see how many common choices you made -then choose one to keep your friend had not chosen and voce versa - by all means add in your own selections- keep updating your 50 cards aide memoire.. bon courage - who need to be at WRJ? rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk..*
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 ...

Monday, April 24, 2023

fei-fei li WRJ Card entry

 world record jobs card entry _Fei Fei Li

Earlier this month (April 20223 at first annual review of US gov knowledge of AI) I got 5 minutes coffeetime in Wash DC with my greatest heroine I never expected to chat to Ms Fei-Fei Li of Stanford HAI. In waht turned out to be an amazing Amerucan Spring, I went on to discuss with her Stanfiord AI coleage and economit Susan Athey what chicgao market shaping at the IMF was launching and what her role is at the white house in shaping carbon zero AI

Fei-Fei Li is my recommendation to journalists to study before doing any interview on Ai (saviour or extinction of the human race). I asked bard the following

Could you help me with 2 different lessons a 5th grade teacher might give on fei-fe li 1 why her contributions to human AI are so important its suitable not to call them women empowered intelligence; conversely (secondly) as she is a huge supporter of women in AI and science and maths how to describe her connection with women empowered intelligence

Sure, here are two lessons a 5th grade teacher might give on Fei-Fei Li:

Lesson 1: Fei-Fei Li and Human AI

  • Introduction: Introduce Fei-Fei Li as a computer scientist and artificial intelligence researcher who has made significant contributions to the field of human AI.
  • Accomplishments: Discuss Li's accomplishments, such as her work on the ImageNet project and her co-founding of the Stanford Vision Lab.
  • Impact: Discuss the impact of Li's work, such as her contributions to self-driving cars, facial recognition software, and medical image analysis.
  • Conclusion: Conclude by discussing Li's importance in the field of human AI and her inspiration to others.

Lesson 2: Fei-Fei Li and Women Empowered Intelligence

  • Introduction: Introduce Fei-Fei Li as a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in the tech industry.
  • Activism: Discuss Li's activism, such as her founding of the Anita Borg Institute and her membership in the National Academy of Engineering.
  • Impact: Discuss the impact of Li's activism, such as her contributions to increasing the number of women in STEM fields.
  • Conclusion: Conclude by discussing Li's importance as a role model for girls and women interested in STEM fields.

In addition to these two lessons, a 5th grade teacher could also use Li's story to inspire students to pursue their dreams. Li is a great example of someone who has achieved great things despite facing challenges. She is also a great example of someone who is using her platform to make a positive impact on the world.

Here are some specific ways that a teacher could use Li's story to inspire students:

  • Talk about Li's early life and how she overcame challenges to become a successful scientist.
  • Discuss Li's passion for science and her commitment to making a difference in the world.
  • Encourage students to follow their dreams and never give up on their goals.

Li's story is a powerful reminder that anyone can achieve great things if they are willing to work hard and never give up. She is an inspiration to girls and women everywhere, and her story can help to motivate students to pursue their dreams.

In more detail Bard includes this list of AI wizards who helped co-found Stanford HAi in 2019- the 10th birthday of Li at Stanford and I beleive the 13th birthday of Imagenet as an integrated research movement

Sure, here is a full list of the co-founders of Stanford HAI:

  • Fei-Fei Li, Professor of Computer Science and former Director of the Stanford AI Lab
  • John Etchemendy, Professor of Philosophy and former Provost of Stanford University
  • Susan Athey, Economics of Technology Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • Russ Altman, Professor of Bioengineering, Genetics, Medicine and Biomedical Data Science
  • Surya Ganguli, Assistant Professor of Applied Physics
  • James Landay, Professor of Computer Science
  • Christopher Manning, Professor of Machine Learning and Linguistics
  • Robert Reich, Marc and Laura Andreessen Faculty Co-Director of the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Professor of Political Science
  • Demis Hassabis
When asked to list women assonated with stanford hai that a 5th grade teacher might include to give more depth , bard suggest including these women : 

  • Deborah Estrin: Estrin is a computer scientist and engineer who is known for her work on sensor networks and the Internet of Things. She is the co-founder of the Open Connectivity Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that promotes open standards for the Internet of Things.
  • Surya Ganguli: Ganguli is a physicist and engineer who is known for her work on brain imaging and machine learning. She is the co-director of the Stanford Human Brain Project, which is a research initiative that aims to understand the human brain using machine learning and imaging techniques.
  • Diana Greene-Levine: Greene-Levine is a psychologist and neuroscientist who is known for her work on adolescent brain development and decision-making. She is the co-director of the Stanford Center for Human Behavior and Technology, which is a research initiative that aims to understand how technology can be used to promote positive youth development.
  • Jennifer King:: King is a computer scientist and engineer who is known for her work on security and privacy. She is the co-founder of the Center for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, which is a research initiative that aims to develop artificial intelligence that is beneficial to society.
  • Tania Roy: Roy is a computer scientist and engineer who is known for her work on computer vision and machine learning. She is the co-founder of the Stanford Vision Lab, which is a research initiative that aims to develop new computer vision and machine learning techniques.
  • Sunday, April 23, 2023

    Steve Jobs forever!

     Steve Jobs gave many of OUE favorite interviews on entrepreneurial revolution - here's one with thanks for the recall from INC

     In an old video interview, Jobs shared a story that illustrates an uncommon trait found in the most successful people. Here's an excerpt:

    I called up Bill Hewlett [co-founder of Hewlett-Packard] when I was 12 years old. 'Hi, I'm Steve Jobs. I'm 12 years old. I'm a student in high school. I want to build a frequency counter, and I was wondering if you have any spare parts I could have.' He laughed, and he gave me the spare parts, and he gave me a job that summer at Hewlett-Packard ... and I was in heaven.

    Don't feel bad if you missed the key to success in that story. It's easy to miss. Luckily, Jobs spells it out in the video a bit later:

    "Most people never pick up the phone and call. Most people never ask, and that's what separates the people who do things from the people who just dream about them."

    Lee Kuan Yew and 4 national benchmarks of win-win Asian trading maps

    ED conversation Chris.Macrae@yahoo.co.uk and CGpt upd 5/17/23 now that its out i'm far greater fan of bard.solar than ChatGpt though us hitchhikers need all the open and cooperative intel prompts imaginable

    CM How would you describe the ideology of Singapore when it was born. Did it have a strong leader but one who was neither left nor right? 

    CG Singapore's ideology when it was born can be characterized as a mix of pragmatic economic policies and strong authoritarian leadership. The founding Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, believed in a mix of capitalist economic policies and state intervention to promote economic growth and development. 
    This approach is often referred to as "Asian Values" and is based on the belief that the state should play a strong role in guiding economic development while limiting political freedoms to ensure social stability. Lee Kuan Yew was a strong leader who believed in the importance of social order and stability, and he established a one-party rule system with the People's Action Party (PAP) as the dominant political party.
     However, Lee Kuan Yew was not ideologically aligned with either the left or the right. Instead, he believed in a pragmatic approach to governance that prioritized economic growth and development, social stability, and political order. Under Lee Kuan Yew's leadership, Singapore experienced rapid economic growth and development, and became one of the wealthiest and most prosperous countries in the world. However, this economic success was accompanied by a strong authoritarian regime that limited political freedoms and suppressed dissent.
     Today, Singapore is often characterized as a highly developed, highly regulated, and highly authoritarian state. 

    CM chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Are there other examples of nations born to indepependence with a leader like Lee Kuan Yew who was neither left nor right in western terminology? IF so how did they develop? 

    CG There are several examples of nations that gained independence with leaders who were neither left nor right in Western terminology. However, it is important to note that each of these countries had unique historical, cultural, and political contexts that influenced their development. Here are a few examples:.

     South Korea: Park Chung-hee, who served as president of South Korea from 1961 to 1979, is often described as a pragmatic authoritarian who pursued policies of economic development and modernization. He implemented policies that emphasized export-oriented industrialization and state intervention in the economy, but he also pursued market-oriented reforms and encouraged foreign investment. Park's regime was characterized by strong state control and suppression of political dissent.

    . Taiwan: Chiang Kai-shek, who served as the first president of the Republic of China on Taiwan from 1949 to 1975, pursued policies of economic development, modernization, and anti-communism. He implemented policies that emphasized state intervention in the economy and land reform, but he also encouraged private enterprise and foreign investment. Under his leadership, Taiwan became one of the "Four Asian Tigers" along with Hong Kong, Singapore, and South Korea, known for their rapid economic growth and development.

      These examples illustrate that successful nations can emerge from leadership that is different from left versus right
    chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk I realise that the renaissance of Japan from 1945 was not that of a new nation like Singapore, Taiwan or S Korea but would you say that the from 1945 Japan was a first Asian case of not being left or right dominated by politics etc? 

    CG After World War II, Japan underwent significant political, economic, and social changes that were driven by a range of actors, including politicians, bureaucrats, business leaders, and labor unions. The postwar Japanese government was largely dominated by the conservative Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), which was formed in 1955 and held power for most of the postwar period. However, it is important to note that Japan's political system has been characterized by a degree of pragmatism and flexibility that is distinct from the left-right political spectrum that is often used to describe Western democracies. While the LDP has been a dominant political force in Japan, it has also been influenced by a range of other actors, including social movements, interest groups, and opposition parties.And post modern Royalty.

     Additionally, Japan's system of governance has been characterized by a strong emphasis on consensus-building, compromise, and negotiation, which has allowed for the implementation of policies that have served the interests of different groups within Japanese society. In summary, while the dominance of the LDP in postwar Japan might suggest that Japan's political system was dominated by the right, it is important to recognize that Japan's political culture and system have been shaped by a range of factors that are distinct from the left-right political spectrum. 

     chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Do you know if Lee Kuan Yew was positively infuenced by Japan in terms of building eg singapore as a container superport and connector of sme networked supply chains as well as hi tech and eg Demin-designed quality engineering which Japan led through Asia for first quarter of century after 1945? 

    CG Yes, Lee Kuan Yew and the Singaporean government were certainly influenced by Japan's economic development model and sought to emulate many of its successes. Japan's postwar economic transformation was widely viewed as a model for other countries in the region, and its emphasis on technological innovation, industrialization, and export-oriented growth was seen as a way to achieve rapid economic development. 
     Lee Kuan Yew recognized the importance of developing Singapore's economy through the manufacturing and services sectors, and he saw the potential for Singapore to become a hub for global trade and investment. To achieve this, he pursued policies that focused on building up Singapore's infrastructure, attracting foreign investment, and creating a highly skilled workforce. Singapore's success as a container port and hub for supply chain management is in part due to its strategic location, but it also reflects the government's efforts to invest in infrastructure, logistics, and technology. In addition, Japan's emphasis on quality engineering and manufacturing excellence had a significant impact on Singapore's industrial development. Singapore sought to emulate Japan's focus on quality and efficiency, and it adopted a range of Japanese management practices, such as Total Quality Management and Just-In-Time production. 
     Overall, while Singapore's development model has been influenced by a range of factors, including its unique geopolitical position and the policies pursued by its government, Japan's economic success and development model has certainly played a significant role in shaping Singapore's economic policies and priorities. chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Singapore has been credited with influencing an Asean model of multi-win trade and respect of each others cultures.

    CM Would you say that all four of Japan since 1945 Taiwan S Korea and Sinagpore have aimed to design win-win trading partnerships wherever their peoples could learn from each other advancing intel (eg cooperation around life-saving innovations needed in tropics etc) and human values 

    CG Yes, I would say that all four countries you mentioned (Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore) have sought to develop win-win trading partnerships and promote mutual learning and cooperation with other countries in the region. Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore have all been successful in developing high-tech industries and expertise in areas such as manufacturing, engineering, and information technology. They have sought to leverage this expertise to build strong partnerships with other countries in the region, particularly in Southeast Asia. In particular, Singapore has been a leading advocate of regional cooperation through ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and has worked to promote economic integration and cooperation among ASEAN member states. Singapore's approach to regional integration has emphasized the importance of mutual respect, inclusiveness, and collaboration, and has sought to promote cultural exchange and understanding as a way to strengthen ties among ASEAN countries. Overall, the success of Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore has been based on a combination of factors, including strong leadership, investment in education and training, and a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. But all four countries have also sought to promote regional cooperation and mutual learning as a way to advance not only economic growth, but also human values such as respect, tolerance, and understanding.

    Friday, April 21, 2023

    Josef Stefan - examples of central europe rising? IRCAI UNESCO NAIXUS JAPAN

     CG Josef Stefan was a Slovenian physicist and mathematician who made significant contributions to several fields, including thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, and radiation theory. He was also the founder of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

    As for his influence on Janez Jansa, the current Prime Minister of Slovenia, there is no direct evidence of such influence. However, it is possible that Stefan's legacy as a prominent Slovenian intellectual and scientist has contributed to the country's emphasis on education and research, including in the field of artificial intelligence.

    The establishment of the International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI) in Slovenia under the auspices of UNESCO in 2019 is an example of Slovenia's commitment to advancing AI research and promoting the ethical and humanistic use of AI. The IRCAI aims to promote collaboration among researchers and policymakers in various fields related to AI, including education, health, environment, and culture.

    CM More recently in central europe -could you comment on slovenia and estonia. Are they examples of countries which have bot advanced new leadership which is not specifically left and right , and also aimed to maximise AI with human values? Are there other examples, I note that UN egov ranking has recently celebrated Mongolia adapting human AI?

    CG Both Slovenia and Estonia can be considered examples of countries that have advanced new leadership which is not specifically left or right and aimed to maximize the benefits of AI while promoting human values. In Slovenia, Prime Minister Janez Janša and his Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) have been in power since 2020. While the SDS is generally considered a center-right party, Janša's leadership has emphasized the importance of economic development, investment in technology and innovation, and a commitment to democratic values and human rights. Slovenia has also been active in promoting regional cooperation, particularly within the context of the European Union. 

     Estonia, on the other hand, has been a global leader in digital innovation and e-governance for many years. The country's former President, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, was a strong advocate for the use of technology to improve governance and promote transparency and accountability. Estonia has developed a wide range of digital tools and platforms to streamline government 

     chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk In slovenia could you comment on influence of Josef Stefan - did he influence Janez jansa - i note that unesco and slovenia have teamed up on ai since 2019 with International Research Centre AI https://www.unesco.org/en/articles/slovenia-host-international-research-centre-artificial-intelligence-under-auspices-unesco 

    and more recently Japan which has been celebrating science and AI across the UNU headquaretred in japan has laucnhed Naixus AI Partnership with IRCAI - IRCAI has also published which sdgs and branches of UN have popularised which human AI projects