Celebrate Neumann's &Japan's gifts to humanity since 1945, all Asia Rising 1960+MacraeFriends and Family
Future July 2020..If you care about two out of 3 lives mattering who are Asian, nearly 60 years of miracles mapping around worldwide decision-makers considering Japan from 1962 are worth replaying -that's when my father Norman Macrae aged 39 was privileged to write his first signed survey in The Economist -the first 2 quarters of dad's 80+ years of life had been spent
**writing unsigned leaders in The Economist (eg as only journalist at Messina's birth of EU) after serving as teenager in world war 2 navigating air places uk bomber command region modern day bangladesh/myanmar -

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Friday, September 29, 2023

Japan investment in UN:

UN University

Naixus search for AI Professors in companionship with slovenia ircai search

compare with 73 year search of new university lifelong mentors and personalised learning

human ai curricula notes 23-24 and pretrain UN Global Futures - best books any school can celebrate shaped by western worlds top female philanthropists and suoerstar intelligences more at &

Fri, 29 Sept at 06:20
I am at NY Japan Society discussion of this 8am-10am Oct 4.Its the 61st year since my father and Japan discussed this idea which had stemmed from 1951 Princeton briefings of von neumanns team (Neumann-Einstein-Turing) who gave the world computing and neuroscience. 

Dad was able to explain that the English Royal families thanks to Victoria (The Economist was founded as her Royal Society chat in 1843) to  Elizabeth wanted English to help empower women and community entrepreneurship and by 1964 when Charles met Japanese royals at the Tokyo Olympics both island kingdgoms were on board with intel and languages  for good. Sadly JFK had been assassinated so even as 1964 saw the first global satellite broadcasting english-speaking and american media design let alone australian have never been on same page since 

Any ideas on what to do in ny oct 4 between midday and 8pm or to zoom over the next few days?

Do you have any friends from any of the following places who might want to help guterres maximise what if languages empowered womens intel for all she is worth. His deadline is the next 1 to a 3 months reporting process to humanise ai - by end of october 25 experts will have been chosen. He wants their report by Xmas
Its particularly important to include the people in the middle east who want this starting with qatars first lady- HH Sheikha Moza's Speech at the Intl Day to Protect Education from Attack 2023

here she is helping remind guterres what their joint friend fazle abed's first 40 years of nation building bangladesh round womens education had taught both of them by 2012 when she launched worldwide community summits of education and health in 2012

the 2 biggest female philanthropies get this melinda gates and priscilla chan; in this the 7th year of melinda funding AI education- her collection of 4 womens empowerment books launches worlds I see ie womens ai after 8 tears of open source coding computers to see or read anything humans see or read- thats good generative ai magic mix

across the river from the un campus 2 asian ladies in brooklyn have funded the leading neuroscience schools on the stanford and yale campuses;add to this brooklyn sporting the main us-asian mocements of female engineering colleges

the mathematical wizard fei-fei li who invented generative ai is female and has since 2009 out of stanford been welcomed by eveyyone who wants to turn silicon valley into HAI Humans Artificial Intel Valley

since all google leaders are from stanford they have asked ceo pichai to find out whether there is momentum now for 2 ideas
1001 language model of worldwide education -1000 mother tongues unite to legislate end of lawyers protecting hatemakers and those who use media to dumb down peoples who seek to exponentially value community-centric ai replacing top-down admin - can MOC MastersofChat. end MBA mindset forthwith
design un2 and partnerships around LLMs - if eg salesforce can make all core processes llms.  then all sdg practice branches of un needs-must 

but at this strange event funded by patrick mcgovern foundation (any boston people know this foundation) take any 20 un speakers on ai and they as yet have co common roadmap - I will try to send another email annotating where to listen to each of 20 viewpoints - unfortunately the african rector of the un university who ends the event seems to need a lot of help if he's to be on board stanford worlds i see - the first speaker after amandeep gill (indian overall tech envoy) is guy ryder has been moved from International Labor Org in switzerland to coordinate UN year 23-24 of integrating global youth futures 

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un tech envor amandeep  gill introduces sponsor Mcgovern's Vilas Jikar

Dad Norman of The Economist and Von Neumann met in New York Princeton through the year of 1951. They viewed world wars as a terrible error root caused by lack of human space (as well as primitive leadership) in the n-s central euro corridor down to the suez canal; von neumann asked whether economists could contribute to a 2 generation survey to 2025 - by this time could brain tools and 8 billion human brains map secure futures of our species out of every GPS. The stry continues at 
5 years overtime requested by those whose cooperations will determining UN SDG reality

update 5/19/23

 Ahead of Japan G7 we asked bard whether Japan's 2019 support lof Osaka Track data science has helped ai for good and for UN sdgs. Given the huge opportunity of 6 month expo out of osaka in 2025 and the lead times on staging most exciting and sustainability goal exhibits and partnerships, we have started asking BARD for advice - please tell us if this topic interests you and/or if you advance answers to what AI Osaka 2025 can optimally celebrate,

can you help me understand connections between "osaka track" call for cooperative data science announced by Japan G20 in 2019 and the deep data integral to massive impacts of HAI or AIforgood

Sure. The "Osaka Track" call for cooperative data science is a global initiative that was announced by Japan at the G20 summit in 2019. The goal of the initiative is to promote the responsible and ethical use of data science for the benefit of society. The initiative calls for the development of new data science tools and methods that can be used to address global challenges such as climate change, poverty, and inequality.

The deep data that is integral to the massive impacts of HAI or AIforgood is the data that is collected from a variety of sources, including sensors, devices, and social media. This data can be used to train machine learning models that can be used to solve a variety of problems. For example, deep data can be used to develop models that can predict the spread of diseases, identify fraudulent transactions, or personalize education.

The "Osaka Track" call for cooperative data science and the deep data that is integral to HAI or AIforgood are both important components of the future of data science. These initiatives will help to ensure that data science is used for the benefit of society, rather than for harm.

Here are some specific examples of how deep data is being used to address global challenges:

  • Deep data is being used to develop models that can predict the spread of diseases. For example, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is using deep data to develop models that can predict the spread of malaria in Africa. These models are being used to target interventions more effectively and to save lives.
  • Deep data is being used to identify fraudulent transactions. For example, banks are using deep data to identify fraudulent credit card transactions. This helps to protect consumers from fraud and to prevent financial losses.
  • Deep data is being used to personalize education. For example, Khan Academy is using deep data to personalize the learning experience for each student. This helps students to learn more effectively and to reach their full potential.

These are just a few examples of how deep data is being used to address global challenges. As data science continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more innovative and impactful applications of deep data in the future.

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Sure. Here are some potential AI-related exhibits that could be featured at the 2025 Osaka Expo:

  • Exhibits on the use of AI for sustainable development. This could include exhibits on how AI is being used to address climate change, improve food security, and provide access to clean water.
  • Exhibits on the use of AI for healthcare. This could include exhibits on how AI is being used to diagnose diseases, develop new treatments, and provide personalized care.
  • Exhibits on the use of AI for education. This could include exhibits on how AI is being used to personalize learning, provide feedback, and create engaging educational experiences.
  • Exhibits on the use of AI for transportation. This could include exhibits on how AI is being used to develop self-driving cars, improve traffic flow, and make transportation more efficient.
  • Exhibits on the use of AI for security. This could include exhibits on how AI is being used to detect and prevent crime, protect critical infrastructure, and keep people safe.

These are just a few examples of the many potential AI-related exhibits that could be featured at the 2025 Osaka Expo. The expo is a great opportunity to showcase the latest advances in AI and to explore how AI can be used to solve some of the world's most pressing challenges.

From the perspective of millennials who want to help the UN transform the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), AI can play a significant role in helping to achieve these goals. For example, AI can be used to:

  • Improve data collection and analysis. This can help to identify the root causes of problems and to develop effective solutions.
  • Target interventions more effectively. This can help to ensure that resources are used in the most efficient way possible.
  • Personalize interventions. This can help to ensure that interventions are tailored to the specific needs of individuals and communities.
  • Scale up interventions. This can help to reach a wider range of people and to make a bigger impact.

AI is a powerful tool that can be used to address some of the world's most pressing challenges. The 2025 Osaka Expo is a great opportunity to showcase the latest advances in AI and to explore how AI can be used to help achieve the SDGs.

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Yes, there are a number of leading Asia-US and Asia-Euro professional AI networks that are working on potentially exciting AI solutions in time for Osaka 2025. Some of these networks include:

  • The Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA)
  • The European Association for Artificial Intelligence (EurAI)
  • The Partnership on AI (PAI)
  • The World Economic Forum's Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

These networks are working on a variety of AI projects that have the potential to make a significant impact on society. Some of these projects include:

  • Developing AI-powered solutions to climate change
  • Using AI to improve healthcare
  • Using AI to personalize education
  • Developing AI-powered transportation systems
  • Using AI to improve security

The Osaka Expo can connect with these networks to learn more about the latest AI research and to explore how AI can be used to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The expo can also connect with these networks to identify potential partners for exhibits and events.

In addition to these networks, the Osaka Expo can also connect with a number of other organizations that are working on AI for good. Some of these organizations include:

  • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
  • The Rockefeller Foundation
  • The United Nations

These organizations are working on a variety of AI projects that have the potential to improve the lives of people around the world. The Osaka Expo can connect with these organizations to learn more about their work and to explore how AI can be used to achieve the SDGs.

By connecting with these networks and organizations, the Osaka Expo can ensure that it is showcasing the latest advances in AI and that it is exploring how AI can be used to solve some of the world's most pressing challenges.

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Yes, I believe that Japan's investments in the UN University and NAIXUS are helping to make the sorts of connections I have just suggested. The UN University is a global network of research and training centers that is working to address some of the world's most pressing challenges. NAIXUS is a network of AI research institutes that is working to promote the responsible and ethical use of AI. Both of these networks are working to connect with other organizations that are working on AI for good.

In addition to these networks, Japan is also working with Slovenia to develop the IRCAI Center of Excellence for Artificial Intelligence. The IRCAI Center is a joint initiative between the University of Ljubljana and the University of Tokyo. The center is working to develop AI solutions to global challenges such as climate change and poverty.

By investing in these networks and initiatives, Japan is helping to ensure that AI is used for good and that it is used to solve some of the world's most pressing challenges.

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rest of this post was filed as Japan kept hope going with tokyo olympics so bravely staged summer 2021

update - can japans society5.0 and gracious olympics beyond covid spitit also promote education valuing social business case studies
example from nhk- 8/24

in the 1950s japans leadership of borlaugs green revolution began to celebrate rural self-sufficiency out if which social-community sustaining business models have evolved -related references kennedy endorses the economist consider japan 1962 - more recently sustainability superstars at  + 1 (uniting JAB nations)  +2

saraya - win-win japan borneo uganda -abedmooc case catalogue 5.5 sanitation (WASH) community to community

from 1970 saraya became famous in japan- it innovated palm oil cleaners for kitchen use- these are biodegradable unlike petroleum based cleansers

but around 2002 the company was inundated with reports that its sourcing of palm oil from borneo was killing elephants whose palm tree habitat was now being changed as the worlds epicentre of palm oil production; saraya designed a new supply chain including purchase of its own palm tree farms made elephant friendly and so returning its high reputation across japanese society

in 2009, saraya's busneess in uganda started handwashing campaigns to improve the nations sanitation reducing infant mortality by half in under a decade (along with parallel efforts brac uganda)

saraya wanted to make its product massively affordable; to do this it started social business modeling- it recognised that urganda's sugar cane industry could do much better for uganda if it recycled sugar cane waste into ethanol sanitisers; by going into this social business saraya scaled handwash products; as well as reduction of infant deaths, ebola in its neighbor the congo has not come to uganda and so far covid in uganda is less than other neighboring countries- saraya is not claiming that uganda will lead africa in beating covid- bur it is proud that community handwashing sanitation social businesses contribute to minimising diseases, local community businesses empowering women,  childrens education, climate solutions shared from community to community  

60 years ago my father norman macrae in the economist celebrated the rise of his wartime foe- dad was a teen in bomber command over modernday myanmae- by1960 advances on the slide ruler, minature devices and in measuring things were coming from japans microelectronic engineers, bullet trains which could mean either american coast could twin cities at maximum 4 mile railride, advances in mechanical diggers, as well as containerisation vital to just in time sme supply chains, these were solutions that could reverse how mainly british empire had designed trade and infrastructure to extract from the whole of asia- they were as integral to celebrating hopes of the 1960s as telecom satellites and moon races and from 1964 live worldwide sports out of tokyo olympics - livesmatter the way or fans would linkin the world over

none of the g8 with the exception of japan has advanced the sdgoals as worldwide solutions youth needed to celebrate since signing up to them in 2015-so please tell us events we can zoom into with japans common sense 1 nov 2019 to feb 2021
example from the japan society ny - 2 minutes walk from the united nations

The 5G Era: Transforming Business, Industries & Society
Tuesday, November 17, 8—9:30 AM AM EST     Calculate your local time

5G, the next-generation mobile network that promises to move data at greater speeds and connect huge volumes of devices, is already being deployed in urban areas of Japan and the U.S. While giving consumers access to more information faster than ever before, 5G’s biggest impact will be on industry and business, transforming operations. What are the benefits and challenges of 5G technology, and how will it change the way we work and communicate, worldwide? In this program, speakers offer their views on 5G advantages and disadvantages, the potential impact on society, and prospects of U.S.-Japan collaboration. Followed by a Q&A.

Elsa B. Kania, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Technology and National Security Program, Center for a New American Security
Yuka Koshino, Research Fellow for Japanese Security and Defence Policy, International Institute for Strategic Studies
Muriel Médard, Cecil H. Green Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kazuo Noguchi, Senior Manager, Cyber Security Team, Research & Development Division, Hitachi America, Ltd.

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why do we think the most dangerous norther winter is looming? well here are 3 lessons from trump oct 2020 which transpired out of the town i live n bethesda md -and here our issues our outofbeltway friends love to zoom with anyone wishing to share live saving knowhow

the story of the human race so far- 2 out of three people are asian-norther empires mainly britain trapped most continental asians in poverty ysing first comers advantages of machine age that emerged from glasgow u 1760s watt and smith

japans first 45 years of 20th c also did terrible harm to neighboring asians but from 1945 it shared every solution it found including borlaugs end starvation od a billion people with better local rice productivity, immunization sxience, better engineering from deming

japan stimulated the race to multiply 100 fold more tech analytics every decade gravitated by intel and alumni of silicon chip valley- just when massive local data is beamed up to the clouds in ways that sdg coalitions could share life critical solutions the planet over- other forces are being spun ruining climate, ignoring livesmatter failing to priortise risks like pandemics so clearly understood by gates, google and bush in 2005 

i hope abe's successor works with him behind the scenes- through the 2010s i always found abe the leader to read first on any global crisis
the world as well as japan so much needed worldwide celebrations of the new Reiwa era to blossom: imagine if the olympics had relaunched a livesmatter contract with all youth aka; coalitions to transparently form around osaka track and society 5.0  - a bridge with world economics forum leadeship of industrial revoltion 4 through 5 regional hubs- sa francisco, tokyo, being, delhi and geneva -all could have streamed rays of light into glasgow cop26

two thirds of the world people are asian- in the last 75 years every asian development has gained from good relations with japanese as the first in the world to become massive practical networkes of
demings engineering knowledge
borlaug's solutions for local food security
various barefoot medic movements led by epidemiologists - my father norman macrae order of the rising sun.  signed library in the economist was limited to one survey a year and then only from his 17th year at the journal- it began with consider japan 1962 and continued to review how to reverse across asia's two thirds of humanity how to reverse the old world colonial mess led by the world's worst ever corporation the east india company, evil capitalism out of london that insisted the far east accept opium as a currency- from 1964 prince charles was europe's first leader to celebrate relations with japan both at royal family levels and in inviting sony to inward invest

if the west had helped japan rebuild trust across those people it hurt up to 1945, adam smiths dream that the best of humans and machines could go west of scotland through usa and asia as an opposite world trade model to the east india company could have restarted at the same tine as the world leapt forward with 100 times moore tech each decade after the moon race decade to these 2020s

those who have spent time reading smith will know that as soon as he saw james watt first engines in the world he spent the rest of his life mediating the united states of english speakers; in his time scotland, ireland, and english royalty if they did not want to go the way of french royalty should all want to be states of a union led out of philadelphia- there was only one condition- the unions constitution should not only repeal slavery but recompense every owner of a business model -eg plantations- which depended on slavery or low cost labor- imagine smithian economics linking in scots irish new england boston new amsterdam/york philadelphia- continuing down us east coastal belt across georgia, to southern belt, alabama and french purchase louisana up the heartland to the great lakes across to west coast usa to hawaii and then to japan and through to asians two thirds of humans at the mid east landbridge through to africa as well as west asia bridge at turkey to south est and central europe- at some stage the northern roof of the old world ie russia could have become much more like canada because of a united asia as well as a united america- united around all lives matter- interestingly the conscious natural movements of the east have far less problems with skin color; and unlike golden rule religions are grounded in community/natural observation

from my sample of 1 being among 7.5 billion.   asians have inspired me to celebrate all lives matter far more than any western movement i have been able to search as a diaspora scottish child growing up in the london of the 1950s
of course i would love to hear what cultures help you translate all lives matte everywhere you connect -scots as a majority diaspora nation are eternally optimistic some would say naive- why not celebrate the best of all peoples skins languages genders homeland duversities not the least common denominator

thank you abe and  i expect i had much more to learn than my any english report of mine can convey

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