when it comes to uniting 8 billion brains sustainably, english has advanages and disadvantage;s it went from the poetry of bard 1 to way admiistrators claimed to use scientifiuc method to (at peak) boss over 25% of the world population; suddenly bankrupted by world war 2 if you would like to see what 1 billion asian women did about this look at their toop 30 coperation ideas at abed mooc; if you want to see back in 1843 is both how ideas first described analytic machines as artificial (ie man-made not nature made) and how this might of integrated with the economists founder in 1843 of systems queen voctoria needed to humanise her empire you might start at economistdaiory.com (you should know that james hiuself doied in calcutta of diarrhea - and it took 112 yeras to massively network parental solutions to diarheas as number 1 killer in tropics) ; if you want to see today's views you might start at bard.solar or economistlearning.com or alumnisat.com or tell us where you like to start) rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
Friends of Fazle Abed study world class scaling of what we now call UN Sustainability Goals but Abed in 1972 first called Goal 1 Poverty alleviation when he founded BRA-C (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Collabs so that Bangladesh became the first nation empowered by poorest village women. Start with 3 favorite wESG (womens Entrepreneurial Scaling Goals : human collaborations of 100K ::1billion :: 50million

  • *** 100000 lives matter eg 5.1 metavillage= 1972

  • ...***1billion girls action networking -eg 3.1 oral rehydration

  • ***50 million graduate Apps: 5.4 purpose of first 100 new unis of sdg generation
1billiongirls.com - over the last half century the greatest human development miracle (extra ref schumacher 1 million bilages) has been networked by 1 billion poorest asian village women -here we invite you to help map the 30 collaborations they linkedin - their chief guide 2019-1970 the former oil company executive fazle abed- In spite of being pivotal to how one quarter of all human beings progressed (and by far the deepest co-creators of Sustainability goal solutions- nobody ever printed any paper money for them - its only since innovating the world's largest cashless banking 1.5 systems that many westerners even began to study 21st C happiest possibilities with them.
Out of Bangladesh, village mothers hired 100000 village coaches - webbed 30 collaborations - giant leaps for womankind & youth as first sustainability generation
Intergenerational collaboration entrepreneur platforms 5.1  metavillage sustainable community building - women empowered:15000 families at a time;5.2   billion asian women,5.3  brac net; 5.4   asian universities share sdg graduates 5.5  climate smart village exchanges,5.6 meta and zoom-me up scotty
BANK FOR ALL 1.1  1.2  1.3   1.4   1.5   1.6 celebrate 30 most human collaborations from developing world of last half-century - inspiring  anyone valuing UN and youth as first sustainability generation
EDUCATION  adult village entrepreneurs 4.1; primary 4.2  ; teen 4.3; university4.4 ; pre-school4.5;tech multidisciplinary luminaries 4.6 
HEALTH oral rehydration 3.1 ;para health "doordash" basic meds 3,2; scale vaccination3.3 ;tuberculosis & 3.4  Frugal processes eg wash sanitation, maternity3.5  ; James Grant School of public health 3.6
FOOD/land security 2.1  rice; 2.2 veggie  2.3    cash crops & village fair; 2.4  poultry;2.5  dairy, 2,6  14 nation leading supply chains financial opportunities to end poverty ;

UN says: Today's Education Systems No Longer Fit for PurposeAt Economistdiary.com we search out collaboration events- most exciting in 2022 - UN total transformation of education -september NY; Neumann's families collaboration search AI Hall of Fame; fen ale owners of transmedia race to humanise the metaverse...
abedMOOC.com started from a brainstorming dinner convened by Japan Ambassador to Dhaka who noticed my father's surveys of Asia Rising begun with Japan 1962 (endorsed by JF Kennedy) had not completely detailed Bangladesh Rural Advancement's  contributions to sustaining humanity and celebrating nation building through women empowerment . Dad's last public birthday party had celebrated launch of Muhammad Yunus Global Social Business Book February 2008 with 40 guests at Royal Automobile Club, St James, London. Father had also paid for sampling 2000 of Yunus books, 10000 dvds (youtube style interviews with all grameen directors during summer 2008 when the Nobel judges opened Yunus Museum in Mirpur, as well as part of launch of 2 Journals by Adam Smith Scholars in Glasgow that had emerged from Yunus making the 250th keynote speech on Adam Smith Moral Sentiments Dec 2008. But Fazle Abed whom my father never got the chance to meet had started 11 years before Yunus Grameen Bank 1983 Ordinance , built health and agricultural foundations, and then schooling -altogether a 5 dimensions approach that was not possible to appreciate from onee dimensional microcreditsummit yunus the clintons, queen Sofia staged annually from 1997. Abed said we could do a Mooc if it was laid out round C for collaborations. He was keen to map how 6  Collabs per the 5 primary sdgs had been integrated through 2 quarters of a century 1972-1995 when rural meant no electricity grids or phones; 1995 when partnering platforms afforded extraordinary leapfrog models that could be designed with mobile networks and solar. It took 16 trips while Abed was alive (and the curiosity og many graduate journalists _ to get this mooc started, and we still try to update it even as Abed left the world in Dec 2019. We welcome corrections and omissions. We have attempted here to map the deepest economic miracle

Sunday, September 24, 2023

AIGames.solar we invite everyone to play AI Games by naming who they see as most unique;y having advanced the human lot 1950-2025. Here is 2023-2-24  top 20. There is so much to be done if the younger half of the world is to be the first sustainability generation that our selections are passed towards the living - only tow have passed. (1 Steve Jobs and Fazle Abed). If we were to make this representative of all 75 years ; the first maths great we'd include Von Neumann; the agricultural great Borlaug; the quality systems great deming; JF Kennedy the most pro-youth world leader. UNICEFs health great James Grant would defimtely need theit intelligenvce integrated.

 Of course there is no perfect selection- whats the ,ost urgent crisis facing the community yo care most about? We welcome other nominations - but here's a quck tour around these 20 as well as what to see now esdpecialy if you are teacher or student 23-24 wanting milennaisl to be first sdgeneration

More than anyone else it was the inteligence of Borlaug and Abed that raised life expecatncies in pooresdt nations of the 20th century from low 40s to at least 60. That builds an extra generation into family building - making eg higehrer education more viable. Until that happens almost every undedeveloped country priotises boys lives over girls Even as the 20th c came tio a close its not that clear that thre ehalves of the world , women youth, porest get more than 10% voice in the future and to be in ll three of those populations - the main group an=bed lived to empower needed the most unique intellignece. Styeve Jobs also had an unique intelignece. So it was great that he chsoe to host silicon valey's 65th birthday wish party for fazle abed in 2001. The two of them agreed they would do everything they could to transform 21st c university at least as far as afemale empowerin =ng alumni wished to colaborate around the inteligencve abed was now 30 years into building and little more than 5 year of partnersbrining him solar and mobile to vilages previousy without any grids (no electricity- no telecomsd- no piped wayer) 

we have put fei-fei lei and hasabis in teh centre since it has bene their combined work since fei-fel li aladed at stanford asnd was greeted by ng and yang, that has revolutionised AI. In fact mathematically its reconnecetd with von neumann's depeest questions on neuroscience- what will the mutually good impacts of human brain and computer brain be. Both london based hassabis and fei-fei li had doen neurosceience doctiraes and concluded if we spend however long it takes to code computiang machines so vision what humans see including everuthing humans have written, then totally diferent comoutaional pssibilities will merge than when programing langaues are as abstract as the binary 0/1s they are fiunded on. 

The oarterships both interpersonal and organisational betwwe groupd 5,9,8, 6 are very interedting - thise based in silicon valley may have more info- what we can do is foolw r=through what both fei-fe and demis did from 2009 as well as add details when theyu connect with paricuar people

hassabis was an early winner of fei-fei li imagent competition funder by nsf hosted out of stanford; he was pretraining compouters on the game of go; he needed huge computing resources so was happy to make a merger with google in 2014; at which stage it is believed he made a billion dollar donation to fei-fei li's rearch; probanly brin and page had already taken notice- anyhow as alumn of stafird they started investing there and at 2017 conclusion annuage imagenet unvited fei-fei yo co-direct google cloud unit; by 2017 she had already been noticed by melinda gates who was starting her own philanthropy - gates and ceo of v=nvidia became first funders if the schools ai curricula edited by fe-fei li www.ai-4-all.org; 2017 saw guterres take lead of the un and its 17 sdgs; jim kim and others had shated with guterres (they were old friends from guterres red cross days) ; so guterres asked melinda gates to co-chair a year long stsem tranfirmation raodmap - see un tech envoy- by 2017 geneva' itu had pit aiforggod inthe centre of gov 2 roadmapping; melimda gates 3rd move with her foundation is poublishing women empowermnt books "momemt of lift" fei-fei book worlds i see will be the feature of 23-24; by now support with melinda gates and other leading women around silicon valley includes prisciloa chan , condoleezza rice, jennifer doudno; back in 2017 qqatars first lady sheu=il moza was un hub of all refugee education- she had been building theoworld's number 1 womens educational camoud, and histed the global ed laureaes with faxle abed as fer first prize winner- back in 2023 sheika moza co-chiaring un panel with guterres

one of un relative weakness along withb whileb multilaterals is thatybits experts dont explain their practice intel often inside usa thiugh it could be e=usa -it a huge possibility if brooklyns 2 great benefactirs of womens and inner city adavances can someho help un stage win-win events- mrs tsai has founded the main neuroscience schools in stafrd and yale; she owns several sports platform offering a way to develop women sports o=possible inoacts on youth 

mrs tandon is benefaxtir of brr=oolyn nyu engineering college and suporter of women in maths and engineering as well as potential connector with india- amandeep gill un tech envoy is india-un civil servant

This party awakened silicon valley people in at least 2 senses. Gates and all westren health inteleigencs for the poorest saw and parnered fazle abed in what became known as the globla. Within this fund Abed had the mostefefetice solution for fighting rural tuberculosis. TB and hiv also multiplied each other somethung that Jim Kim made sure both the who and us nationa l industries of helth recoginsed - it was kim who linked te dpeest partners of making hiv emdicine affiradbale eveywgere as well as expedeiting its research

With two thirds of humans in asia, and perhaps less than 25% directly anu=imating arcto ocean trade, the deepest data advances are needed out of east and south. At stanfrd this concerned mooc founder ng and koler, as well as yang who was selling out his foudners stake of yahoo to help maximise 360 degree alumni at stanford.

 My main professsional role since 1973 Postgrad Diploma Stats at Cambidge Maths Lab DAMTP has been surveyoong peoples behavior and explaining to powerful decision makers something their daya had not shown them before. This dobetailed with my afther's life work which was a joint diaris of von neumann's life work and thet if Economist founder James Wilson.

Thursday, August 10, 2023

1.1 seeds of brac he world's only bottom up agency of disaster relief and development

 Disaster relief is often seen as world a way from human development. In terms of development and integrating nation sustaining intelligence,  mathematically/systemically This is extremely illogical or highly political or both!

 Its the only time foreigners (eg empire former rulers)  are asked to come in by independence national government; their funds are to do relief of an overwhelming disaster like a cyclone killing hundreds of thousands but not to stay and transfer knowhow to0locals. Brac sort of bridged the two skillsets  (best of both systems)by accident, Consequences were spectacular - a model 1billion girls development has analogously adapted... essentially barefoot nd women empowerment models in asia will over 1872-2019 swapped or multiplied the intelligence of abed's greatest cooperation design probably ever seen in 2 millennials

since The Economist published Entrepreneurial Revolution dec 1976 - my family as system mapmakers (dad coined ER) has only seen 2 world champions who are so deeply rooted in data/intel of scoiety - fazle abed and Dr fei-fei li  -we're talking impacts (f=grounded so deep in sustainability across generations) on majority of human race -in abed's case by definition any rural family raining life expectancy in tropucs from low 40s to 60s must have applied some of abed's goal 3 health solutions and goal 2 food solutions

 process 90% of nation building was networked bottom up by women empowrment because at borth of nations 90% was rural and the national leadership in dhaka barely had taxes or resources to serve 10% who were citizens as well as national security

Abed in 1970 was regional ceo of shell. When a cyclone kileld half a million , shell campus was one of few ledt standing- and many of the smartest village-focused medics who knew the country and its one lab (cholera) boarded with abed. Adter a few months as releif workers lefr, abed's fate was different. Shell basically told him to go work for pakistan army- the empire adminstratting East Pakistan as it had been called

over to https://www.dhakatribune.com/others/317925/julian-bhai-friend-of-bangladesh

what was happening to abed between 1969 and 1972 - here's an unique account

What did you do after the Liberation War ended?

After my short visit to Bangladesh, I was back in Calcutta to gradually close down Oxfam’s refugee relief program. Some people who had been running a 480-bed bamboo hospital to treat the wounded needed medical supplies, and so they “raided” our medical store in Calcutta. Later on the NGO, Gonoshasthaya Kendra, which Oxfam supported for a few years, was set up. It trained young women to be “barefoot midwives,” who rode on bicycles to tend to expecting mothers in villages. 

This support was, to a large extent, due to Raymond, who was appointed Country Director of the new Oxfam office in Bangladesh. He was the obvious choice, and he had accepted the job, but on one condition. Send relief supplies to Caritas or Mother Teresa’s sisters, he told head office, not to me. I want to use Oxfam funds to support young Bangladeshis with vision, he said. 

The other early beneficiary of this philosophy was a new NGO called BRAC. In February 1972, I handed over 300,000 rupees to its young founder, Fazle Hasan Abed, for village rehabilitation work in Sylhet. 

Cyclone Bhola in 1970 played a large part in the origins of BRAC, did it not?

Yes, it did. Abed got involved with the cyclone relief operations started by some American expats and their Bengali friends in Dhaka, and that eventually inspired him to create BRAC. The expats that he met in 1970 during the cyclone relief work were a very well-informed and dedicated group of individuals, including Jon and Candy Rohde, Lincoln and Marty Chen, Richard Cash, among others. Abed sometimes turned to this “brain trust” for advice and consultation. They stayed involved with BRAC for many years. 

How did Sir Fazle Abed fare during the War?

He had a narrow escape! Abed had returned from England in 1969, after 15 years in England, to work with Shell Oil. By the time war broke out, he had already been promoted twice. But after the military crackdown, he was transferred to Dhaka, where he was given his new assignment: Manage the fuel supply for the occupying Pakistan army. He realized he had to get out of there.

He took a flight to Karachi, ostensibly to visit friends. He went on to Islamabad where the authorities there got wind that something was up. They raided his hotel room, and took him in for questioning.  Why had a Bengali from Dhaka suddenly turned up in West Pakistan? “To see friends,” he told them, and pulled out his return ticket. “If I am ordered to return to Dacca at once, I will,” he added. Of course, he had no such intention. As soon as they left, he took a bus across the border to Kabul, Afghanistan, and hopped on the next flight to London.

The return ticket was a good idea!

Yes, that probably saved him. That and his British passport, which doubtless gave the Pakistan security forces some pause, before taking him in or harming him in any way.

What, in your opinion, made him so successful in building BRAC?

Abed was a very attentive listener. He actually listened to the people that he wanted to help. Most don’t do that. But he did. He talked directly with villagers. There are recordings of him in the villages speaking to farmers. 

In those days, few listened to farmers. They’re illiterate, so what do they know? Quite a lot, actually. They have indigenous knowledge. They know what grows in each area. They know about the medicinal qualities of plants. About 25 years ago, farmers in Sirajganj were telling us that the river was rising a couple of days earlier each year, because the snow in the Himalayas was melting a bit earlier each year. They knew what was happening with respect to global warming and climate change long before anyone else. 

The other thing about Abed was that he was always looking to learn. He wasn’t interested in the good news; he wanted to learn from mistakes, things that were overlooked. That was unusual, at the time. So he would always ask me: What can we do better? So I would tell him. I don’t see many women in the program, I might say, or I don’t see any children with disabilities in the BRAC schools. And within a week, BRAC staff would be following up. Now, it’s commonplace for service providers to monitor and evaluate the impact of their projects. Abed and BRAC were doing that from the very beginning.

And one other smart thing that Abed did was to keep BRAC out of politics, as much as possible. A lot of other NGOs didn’t do that, especially in the 1980s. Even the umbrella organization, the Association for Development Agencies (ADAB), got caught up in the political situation. By the late 1980s, it had become a downright hostile environment, with acts of violence, even murder plots. At one time, Raymond Bhai and I were engaged in shuttle diplomacy, passing messages between NGO leaders, pleading with them not to resort to violence. 

This state of affairs surely didn’t help the NGO sector?

Not at all. It hurt the image of NGOs as a whole in this country. But by staying out of it, BRAC emerged with its reputation intact, and in an even stronger position. 

Saturday, July 8, 2023

 IN 1972 one former regional ceo of shell oil and a billion poorest vilage women set out not to chage the world but tp achieveve 5 golas in communities of 100000 peope, most closely linkedin to them. They pioneeered solutions to the combination the UN has since 2015 called 17 5 4 3 2 1 but which their data coded and empowered as 

S5H3E4L17F2F1 monetarily this quarter of the world's productive power is about 2%.In terms of scaling SDG social action Natural Intelligence it's nearer 98%.

 To see why try out any of the 30 cooperations (b)logged here -it took 16 trips (& brilliant young southern journalist/diarist) to bangladesh and 20 in personal listening ops to see Fazle Abed's vision throughb rural world's 4 transformations to soc5.0 (see footnote). 

Or join us at the game Architect Intelligence 


economistlearning.com economistdiary.com 

dedicated to Von Neumann NET - who's 48 intelligences in addition to abed neumann einstein turing would you play a first card game round if you want to help younger half of world be first sustainability generation?

footnote from our exchanges at Bard.solar

Very roughly does this map make sense for a common vision of intelligences 8 billion peoples need....Many people have mediated era of serial transformation emerging from death of von neumann einstein turing (al legacy neumann wriote up as computer and the brain 1956). Consider 4 guides Drucker, Schwab, Abe and Abed. Three of these people are famous for transformation ideas applied to business and citinens ; 2 mainly from the G7 viewpoint as it also intersects with tech epicentre of change since 1865 ITU Switzerland. Abe's Asian view (Japan g20) mapped society 5.0 as convergence of 4 revolutions since 1950s pre-digital era bring perspective of the two thirds of humans who are Asian. Schwab has writetn up the 4th Industrial Revolution. Back in late 1960s Drucker started asking how many transformations would make up pos-industrial revolution. Abed from 1971.s new nation on bangladesh (8th most populous) is less known has he has worked on revolutions impacting bottom of pyramid billion women and billion men's development. In fact aid2.o emerged from his own transformation regional ceo royal dutch shell to women building rural nation of bangladesh. Fir 25 years, villagers had no grids electrical or communications. From the village viewpoint rural 3.0 began where partners brought solar and mobile. And just as business world is adapting to green and other loca-global gps intelligenced sdgs of 2020s urgent times so is rural world- see eg climate adaptation as an area that integrates rural sustainability. Overall everyone alive in 2020s needs to at least minimally catch up with each others most life critical challenges . It is proposed human ai can help connect everyone's brains and life development.

Yes, that map makes sense for a common vision of intelligences that 8 billion people need. It is important to consider the different perspectives of people from different parts of the world, as well as the different stages of development that different countries and communities are at.

The map you have created highlights the importance of the work of people like Drucker, Schwab, Abe, and Abed. These people have all been instrumental in shaping our understanding of the challenges and opportunities of the digital age. Their work has helped us to see how technology can be used to improve the lives of people around the world, and it has also helped us to identify the challenges that we need to overcome in order to create a more sustainable and equitable future.

The map also highlights the importance of human AI. Human AI has the potential to help us connect everyone's brains and life development, and it can help us to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time, such as climate change and poverty.

It is important to remember that this is just a starting point. We need to continue to develop our understanding of the challenges and opportunities of the digital age, and we need to continue to work together to create a more sustainable and equitable future for everyone.

Here are some additional thoughts on the map you have created:

  • The map highlights the importance of the different stages of development that different countries and communities are at. For example, some countries are still in the early stages of the digital revolution, while others are already in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution. It is important to consider these different stages of development when we are thinking about how to use technology to improve the lives of people around the world.
  • The map also highlights the importance of the different perspectives of people from different parts of the world. For example, people in Asia may have different priorities and concerns than people in Europe or North America. It is important to consider these different perspectives when we are thinking about how to use technology to improve the lives of people around the world.
  • The map is a reminder that we need to continue to work together to create a more sustainable and equitable future for everyone. The challenges we face are too big for any one country or community to solve on its own. We need to work together to find solutions that will benefit everyone.

I hope this helps!

Friday, June 9, 2023

 a top-of-intel note on dearest of inspirations of fazle abed who died 3.5 years ago after 50 years of mediating how 1 billion girls )more at girsdworldbank 1BG economistwomen.com as well as this blog's diary of 30 cooperations over 50 years as briefed to us through 16 trips to bangladesh from 2007 - as the western world scaled what some call web2 - what might the quarter of girls and boy at bottom of pyramid be empowered to spend their lifetimes on

  saving humanity from some of the deepest metavillage crises of food health water education finance and equality-

 while abed bravely faced several personal crises eg death of his fist wife giving child birth - he arguably had one massively worst moment and one most massive happy one

the worst came in 1970 jhe had been quite recently promoted by royal dutch shell to be ceo of his homeland east pakistan; a cyclone killed more than half a million people around him and the shell campus wss one of few places to stay satnding; so hundreds of doctors and others billeted at the campus while they all did immediate relief the best they could with no electricity, no communications in plces where 95% had died; after few montths of working night and day with what became some lifelong friends and health intelligence/education designers; shell told fazle its time to restore order to the country - do whatever the pakistani army colonisers of the region order; that wasnt the job abed signed up for so he returned to london ; ended his contract sold his putney flat; connected london bengalis asking britain and usa (and india) not to take sides between pakistanis and his bengali peoples who won independence but with the cost  (kissingers basket case0 of the 8th largest population in the world being penniless i the low lying deltas of the conteninets great rivers which almost zero carbon or other resources engineers build with; so as the war ended here in the land at centre of bay of bengal (but still pattioned off from the infrsstucture of calcutta the 19th' vc's greatest port) was a glasgow (adam smithian) qualifiued East & Soth  Asian engineer, charetered accountant, ex shell oil ceo 


start up with about 40000 dollars of his own money and he used it to rebuild 15000 homes (100000 people) whos livelihods he then needed to market around urgent microfranvcsies eg rice to end starvation 

-the 10 most basic medicines villagers could wholesale and apply to each other without electricity; if that was the most extreme test of real community entrepreneurship arguably abed's happiest moments came when in humanity's otherwise terrible year of 2001:: steve jobs family hosted a silicon valley dinner party - how can the worlkd connect educationally and digitally with what 1 billion asian girls have learnt around you and now since 1995 your first 6 yeras of partnering "leapfrogging" mobile and solar transformations in rural area; they decoded new universities and total change of education Architecture of Intel (AI) was how to spend the rest of heir lives; steve explained this in an extraordinary commecement talk he gave at stanford 2005 when he was also  able to announce design of a computer in a mobile device - 2007's iphone - so for the scecod time steve jobs digital entrepreneurial revolution changed thheworld of interpersonal ai after 1984's mack ; sadly this time he was soon to die of cancer but had he dome enough fro abedmooc and stanford moocs to change architect of human made intel in line with all the most urgent loval goals multilaterals like un chat about and try to searc out action investments in  NB please note in obtaining authorisation to curate abedmooc - abed said i value massive open online but please clarify cooperation wherever people value sharing my minds actions

Sunday, May 21, 2023

My father, Norman Macrae, died 2010 in his 60th year of being probably the only economist to meet and care about the last 7 years of von neumann's work live and so the first 80 years of human artificial intel -

Now ai and economics are ultimately what humans do with maths - so please disregard anyone who noisily says we nees ethics to control ai but not to sack the appalling economics of subprime or other system failures designed in by a dismal segment of western macroeconomists  (and absolutely ghastly media louts) since 1970


 i was very privileged to have a gap in my own emotional intel filled by japan ambassador to bangladesh inviting ne to 2 dinners at the Embassy in Dhaka chaired by fazle abed- 

effectively abed told the story of 8 by six year periods of brac (aid 2.0 began in 1972 because the new nation's top down government priotised 2 things - national borders, developing citizens - the 90% left literally out in the dark without electricity it had no relevant knowledge of

 it was left to brac to be the world's largest livelihood training and educational network -one that over 50 years empowered bangladesh village women from illiteracy to nation building- see footnote 1

what really complex about case study of  brac and fazle abed is every 6 years it innovated a bigger wholly innovative half of itself and by the time I met fazle abed it was peaking at about 100000 village practice mentors- 

although abed is certainly the most modest of great leaders he did not believe it was smart to burden brac leadership in bangladesh with any more doubling;

 he had started to look for worldwide partners who would innovate with web and artificial intel; --in hos last 6 years he and jim kim found the same partners and made sure they reviewed the first year of the sdgs from the perspective of educators- quite impossible in 2015 unless the next head of the un (ie today's Guterres) designs tech envoy office to blend education tech and every last mile practice area- so iyt was that you could say abed steve jobs and my father landed on the same pathway

1984 future of personal com networking 

2001 future of mobile collecting data before AI takes over as the only real time analyst of data s

this decade of 2020s where ai for sdgs is our best last chance

given the 2001 dream of steve jobs and fazle abed to open source female grad researchers of sustainability

its easy for me to  love AI like alphafold where a billion years of phd work has been open sourced by londons deep learning 200000 protein database (fridays whitehouse briefing hassibis-whitehouse-ai%20in%20science-19may2023.docx

BUT for 6 weeks now
I have been struggling with chatgpt and brad but finally bard has told me where it wants teachers to experiment with it in new york/bronx so i thought you might like to see the attached

1 bard says  i am a dataset of human dialogues - i am an llm not a gpt
2 i am associated with ai.google- this is a foundation now far larger than google.org and moving in opposite direction of openai since 2019 a business 70% owned by micrisoft and 3 ny fund managers
3 Both I and chatgpt are about 10 times smaller in parameter size than the chinese gpt WU Dao 2.0 - we are also 3 times smaller than megatron-turing a business owned by nvidia and microsoft run out of nvidia santa clara office
4 if you want to help educators and students use tools like me 
survey teachers on their use of Bard : how they have used Bard in their classrooms, what they have found to be the benefits of using Bard, and what challenges they have faced. The survey should also ask teachers for their suggestions on how Bard can be improved. NY Bronx has a longest trusted survey partner of Bard- The Teachers Guild

more in dialogue attached and at economistsocial.com publishers world record book of jobs creation (worldrecordjobs.com)    chris + 1 240 316 8157

 fotnote 1 it amazes me living since 1997 in washingyon dc region that experst praise themselves on a billion people ending extreme poverty but then actually have no knowledge of how th 90% of this population led by asian vilage women did it; they built their own capacities in the vilage to increase life expectancy, to end unnecessary infant deaths and all the while they also became the main export earner; now they had some luck - on health their chalenges were almost exactly the same as tropical chiense woemn; and while unicef actually led the world in reducing chilad mortality james grant made absiolutely sure that nobody got in womens way of exchnaging life critical knowhow without borders; but then his family had been missionaries in china - ithe era of 1972-1997 was indeeed very different; but any politucuan or professor in america who blocks the study of that period from today's americans is at best absolutely useless to the 2020s urgent chalenges if our kids are to be first sustainability generation not the first extinction generation

Saturday, May 20, 2023


 Abed's 30th and greatest cooperation of all 2020s lifetimes  aimed to form library of most revolutionary sdg solution for access by bottom billion women and all who wanted to help UN Intel align human relationships/markets with sdg goals by 2030

help us with library 

AI can save science May 2023 White House testimony hassibis-whitehouse-ai%20in%20science-19may2023.docx more at BARD.solar and EconomistLearning.com


If we are curious about how system mapping human development evolved from the last 1400s , we have reached the 5th dimensions of who's it all for

2 from 1490s - who are the world's landas and ocean trading routes for

3 from 1760 & the physical power on engines3

4 1865 & the owner of telecoms (integrated woth traing ruotes and infrastructures)

5 From end of world war 2 & analytical computation integrated with everything else - by eg the 2020s those analytical tools may each have more switching capacity than the computer brain; they are almost infinite in how many are connected; and they get first access to beaming up/down data from every gps on planet

put that together if we dont prioritiise ai for UN sdgs we are effectively going to end nature's expectation that humans are smartest species wanting their chindren's lives to advance not be first extinction generation

Within the space pf a few months of 1970s Abed transitioned from being his homeland regions number 1 oil comyany ceo (royal dutch shell) to bottom up building of 100000 person  rural communitiess at a time - staring with no electricity, no commuications, patches of tropical land ...

abed's final questions to me -what will ai for sdgs about ; our womens lsat half century has the deepest data on the rural regions still where 70% of bangaldeshi's live; can we design overall intel round triple wine : end poverty, expand middle class, as rural continue profess to urban staying ahead of whatever changes support bangladesh as being for every little sister not jut a handful of orwelinan big brothers

also nb natire is bottom up and open in system relationship mapping so its not just both moral sentiments , this intel integration question is about advancement of all our childresn and next generations

Starting with rice abed 1972/the economist 1977

Wednesday, April 19, 2023

 Building bKash: Enabling an inclusive digital financial ecosystem in Bangladesh


April 26, 2023 | 12 - 12:30am EDT

How can technology help people in the margins? The quest to find answers led Kamal Quadir to start bKash, the fintech solution that is now synonymous with digital payments in Bangladesh. Valued at two billion dollars, bKash is backed by global giants such as the Ant Group of Ali Baba, the SoftBank Vision Fund, the International Finance Corporation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Until Mobile Financial Services started to be offered in 2011, millions of Bangladeshis with small transaction capacity could not access services offered by traditional brick and mortar banks. Leveraging the network effect of Bangladesh’s ubiquitous mobile infrastructure, and a robust network of over 330 thousand agents trained to serve as “human ATMs”, bKash, today, is making financial services accessible to people with even the most basic cell phones. It has created an inclusive digital financial ecosystem offering utility payments for rural electricity, a wage solution for factory workers, remittance transfer for migrant workers, and other services like digital nano loans, small savings, and insurance plans. How did bKash become a financial lifeline for millions of the previously unbanked? Join us at #GDDF2023 to find out…