.
Roughly half of world comprises four by 1 billion: girls, young women. mothers, grandmoms- HYPOTHESIS 2020s economistamerica.com needs now to celebrate freedom of young metoo lives matter. Try to stay out of the way of Men's supreme triad Donald , Vladamir, Yong. Maths at Codesmeta.com.Dad, The Economist's Norman Macrae would have been 100 in 2023 (see below Glasgow celebration MES). Da'ds first trip to USA: 1951 year secondemnt by The Economist. He met Von Neumann: they agreed greatest sccopp journalists would ever mediate - what GOOD will peoples do with 100 times more tech every decade : 1930s to 2020s. GOD measnt a lot to both men- Von Neumann had less than 6 years left to deliver good tech legacy from the Goats of maths (including Einstein, Turing); these immigramnts had aminly been forced to work on the bad of nucleasr weapons; my dad had spent his last dayas as a teen in bomber command naviagting airplanes our of Burma; as well as survival his good fortune mapsd of the old woirld's tri-contiment in his head; notably the indo pacific whose coastline three quarters of humans depended on for world trade but which particularly britain had enginee4rd to enrich the west and trap asians in poverty- still with 100 times more good tech to go round - could everyone win-win; for example webbing life critical knowhow locally multiplies value in use unlike consuming up things. HOW DID DAD FOLLOW UP Neuman's Gift. He chered on twin AI Labs facing pacific out of stanford (eg see 10th birthday celebration of place branded silicon valley) and facing atlantic out of MIT. His bio of V neuman has been published in American and japanese. He wrote over 2000 anonymous leaders for The Economist and aged 39 was permitted one signed survey a year. You can see ost of tehse at tecahforsdgs.com- what did he write about? In the 1960s countries whose peoples had worried him most -starting with the Jpanese he had bomber consider Jpana 1962 (Russia 1963, latin Am 1964 , Algeria & S SAfrica; he concluded 1960s interviwing how dismally different Nixon's economit admin had been from jfk - the least national leader to celebartae with youyth 100 times more (moon race, mapping worldwide interdependence).Ironically Neumann's computational gift was sperading a macroeconomic numbers man whose systems compounded opposite of sustainability. Rather than argue with american academai- dad rebranded his purpose as future historian and entrepreneurial revolutionary. Still the main question search through 70s and up to 83 wgat good 100 times more. Then to offere a diferent end game to orewell's big brother we co-austhored from 18=984 2025 reports- -webs we expected to be designed from 1990; opportumities and threats of milennials first quarter centiry - the first sustainability generation or the first extintion generation. Join in the final tipping points now- support UN2.0 ,educatirs on web3 and metaverse, indsutrial revolution 4, society 5.0 depending which culture you come from and whether you traingularise valuation of 8 billion beings by corpoiarte ESG , civil society emwpoermemnt or what gov2.0 does gov

Friday, December 31, 3013

Economic Miracle 1billiongirls.com map being more productive in human development than men...2023 summitfuture.com thanks to United Nations; EconomistDiary.com 2020 start of english mindset challenge: Adapt or "Classroom Dodo"

NEWS - Glasgow U to announce june 2023 microeducationsummit- building nations around womens productivity & Sustainability GOATS

  • as a free nation up to 1700, scots invested more of our taxes in child ed than anywhere - we continueto believe that's secret to uniting peoples & sustainability
economistlearning.com ed3ucators.com 50th year as stats guy in Ad & Ai Agency now goes meta across NY HK Dhaka, Glasgow & 10 supercity united beeings.app nftsdgs.com

1 billiongirls.com Reality is even more curious than mediating rational optimism

It starts with women empowered to build 100000 person communities at a time - to be self-sufficient, resilient and as safe for girls as for boys

revolution in aid: mainly with microfranchisee business not grants but where aid partners were found a world class solution was designed so everywhere (and every type of government and media) came to learn for 1 billionwomens development lab. This mattered because there are endeavors like education and changing infrastructure (energy, tech, trade) that needed intergenerationl funding by taxes- cannot be done be private finance bowling alone. Over a generation the world poorest community rising women became inspiration researchers of top-down governments, youth's celebrated storytellers and inspired tech wizards to join in the deepest learning human and tech intel can blend 

IT HELPED THAT MACROECONOMISTS HAD GIVEN UP (BANGLADESH 8th MOST POPLULOUS NATUION IS BASKET CASE) and the SERVANT Leader (microfrnachise designer)  of this 90% rural nation had bene Asia's leading young oil company engineer (CEO Royal Dutch Shell East Pakistan). In 3 life changing years a cyclone killed a illion people around him; the war of independence killed another million leaving massive village destruction; a famine like no other had begun the nation;s birth. Rice needed to be the first microfranchise; the second microfranchise needed to start building last mile health services to raise life expectancy from 25 below world average. 

Back from the 1970s Scaling supply chain for 100000 people microfranchise also meant that women designed the wholesale (value chains) & R&D of national markets that needed to be integrated round development of the poorest. Where this began the poorest village women had to network for 25 yeras without access to electricity. Learning was by word of mouth and once literacy had been gained by practice curriculum the women helped design and teach 

By becoming valued as worldwide development lab, from 1996 best partners of village women entrepreneurship brought mobile and solar. Leapfrog models began to emerge - what if you skipped the age of wiring a contient and went straight to satellite coms and solar energy. The women celebrated the new millenniums goals by founding a d=girls university valuing both digital collaboration and deepest trust data of renewing communities in such a way that wherever the next child was born she had a good chance at lofe and livelihood. 


The question was partly would enough web-based educators join in the transformation and university alumni share their graduates at least on sdg project innovation. The University was designed to serve multiple development visions:

continue to search for world's best partners integrating progress in poorest villages

offer teens of bangladesh as great a challenge in 2010s as kennedy's space age had offered american teens

abedmooc.com share 25 collaboration solution 1 billion girls had already found

demonstrate at least 4 solutions that the university could innovate so that female graduates generated 50 million good jobs per research area geared to the most urgent leaps forward needed

If the first  (least resourced ) ne millennium university could achieve 4 such collaboration projects - would other better resourced universities join in with at elast 1 50 million good jobs innovation that their girls graduates share with girls alumni of the 2020s in time for the sdgs to be reality not greenwashing> Fazle Abed spent much of his 19 new millennium years debating this with every asian and other ambassador who wanted to explore this education revolution. Abed did not get to see web3 or guterres year of researching old edu not fit for purpose but what will all his 50 years of partners in women building bangladesh do now . Could it be that me-too des mater as much in America as Bangladesh as China as Developong girls and boys everywhere mother earth shines down on human and and artificial intel through the 10 decades of 100 times more tech.

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2022-23 opportunities searched in 15th year of www.worldrecordjobs.com
year round youth prize by UN and Xprize alumni www.sdgmetaverseprize.org
nfts for sdgs led by ed3 nft for sdg4 education
results from UNGA 77 sept 2022 on chnaging education and HERSTORY productivity mapping builds over yera of future like histiry never seen before
EconomistDiary.com breaking inconvenient truths of humanity's last chance quarters - homework everywhere with chief host Antonio  Guterres- change education UNGA 2022 NY , change SummitFuture UNGA 2023



COMING SOON DEBRIEFS FROM FIRST BOOK ON VON NEUMANN FOR 25 YEARS: MAN FROM THE FUTURE
EMERGENCE OF AI HALL OF FAME & UNIVERSITYOFSTARS.COM with special mediation support from 1billiongirls.com

oct-dec 2021
kerry billed glasgow novemeber as climates last chnace;
gordon brown exctended this to 7 ast chances
covid how another last chance took over priorities
all in all we need to start the first of 7 greatest learning quaretrs everywhere
a billion women have offered a map of 36 deepest COLLABS around sgds 1 to 5
but who's up for the english mindset to face up to politically divisive truths (mathematical valuetrue hypothesis of expoenential multipliers: what 2000 candidate presidents called inconvenient is now every girls last chance to unite what children need from S of ESG ie 5 loving community 4 skils education 3 health 2 food 1 investment in combo of servant leaders and future purposed business)
x americans suffer from the same mental disease as the brits - the english mindset-therefore it seems mathematically likely that Americans must adapt or die too

the 14 year old adam smith made a fascinating discovery about the english empire mindset in the 1750s the last decade before his compatriot James Watt invented engines

the word's number 1 university (and indeed total education systems) - oxford in the 1750s was a monopoly designed for the convenience of profs and bureaucrats to master over people not to value youth
265 years ago ad am smith launched moral sentiments economics the last economic book before engines - and over the first 20 years of engines he argued that wherever engineers went they should share the benefits of engineering as deeply as possible with all the peoples ; just as 265 years later we face the same problem will ai be designed around deep and diverse enough data artifcvials to assists all human intels

we know from humanity's second last chance the birth of the united nations in 1945 that 7-11 USA UK CANADA FRANCE GERMANY ITALY .... white empires did exactly the opposite of sharing machines everywhere--in fact the vats majority of 65% of beings in Asia had next to zero access to machine age with Japan the one big exception; Africans not only had no machines for their own continent but were slavery's main compass - the root cause of world war 2 was world trade had been carved up by the white emepires (as well as japan which caught the empire disease when the american navy indicated it would otherwise colonise japan in the late 1800s)- worse for those who saw the war in personality tyerms there was no immediate- one o0f the 2 most evil (or mad depending on which view of despots you parse) men ever to tuled (Hitler or Stalin) would win  -nore of history's curveballs....

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - also can you help with glasgow's 265th annual summit for moral economist & educators MES June 2023?

100 ways for 200 countries girls & boys to love & sustain communities and education - We hope to unite 100 ways of announcing this joyful cooperation from North East West South. Here is one way my family knows a little about as alumni of both Adam Smith and 1843 purpose of founding the Economist and development by the Gaots of mathematics of AI as potential saviour of the human race 30 leaps in 1 billion womens productivity & human sustainability from 50 years of Fazle Abed Entrepreneurial Revolution -pdf

in Fall 2017 we did not know our last of 16 meetings was happening with Sir Fazle Abed - in our last conversation he hoped edtech luminaries would continue to support 1billiongirls who for half a century helped a reformed oil company ceo change development of Asia by valuing education as the core of human development -at WRJ we hope Abed would applaud edtech Mr & Ms Metaverses as the race to sdgmetaverseprize.org shapes life everywhere- if you only have time to know of one of abed's top 30 cooperations,

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

 

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Please join us for

A World in Crisis as Seen From Latin America

Part I
The Latin America, US and Europe triangle in a puzzling world order:
Can the differences be narrowed?
Can the gap be reversed?
Can misperceptions be replaced?

Presented in partnership with Nueva Sociedad and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

November 16, 2022
2:00-6:00 pm
Consulate of Argentina
12 West 56th Street
New York, New York

This event has a double purpose. First, to present and discuss major findings of a survey entitled "European Union - Latin America: Perspectives, Agendas and Expectations". This survey was organized by Latinobarómetro in the second half of 2021 and polled a representative sample from ten Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela. The survey design sought to fill in the gaps in information about local attitudes towards global issues. Its driving motivation has been to evaluate the region's capacity to react, how people in Latin America think about the turbulent international situation, and their perceptions of the type of action, leadership, and examples being set by the central actors of the global system.

Our second aim is to link this evaluation with a reflection on the dilemmas shared by Latin America, Europe, and the United States in face of the ongoing uncertainties and threats that currently dominate global affairs. While this survey has been conceived and designed in the midst of major global transformations, its final results are being publicly released in a context of particular dramatic geopolitical events with myriad impacts on the societies and governments of the North and the South. While such impacts are far from homogeneous, they do raise common challenges that could lead to innovative approaches and eventually to collaborative initiatives in world politics and economics.

Panel 1
2–2:10 pm Welcome
Mary Watson, Executive Dean, New School for Public Engagement
Michael Cohen, Director, Observatory on Latin America, Director, Doctoral Program in Public and Urban Policy, Professor of International Affairs, The New School
Ronja Melina Schiffer, Nueva Sociedad and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

2:10-3:30 pm Latin American societies and their perceptions of global transitions

Presentation of the survey:
ModeratorRonja Melina Schiffer
Speakers:
Juan Gabriel Tokatlian, Vice Provost, Universidad Torcuato di Tella (UTDT)
Guadalupe Gonzalez González, Colegio de México
Mónica Hirst, Universidad Torcuato di Tella and Universidad del Estado de Río de Janeiro (IESP)
Discussant:
Professor Peter Hoffman, Director, Julien Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs, The New School

3:30 pm Coffee break

Panel 2
3:45-5:00 pm Can a new international division of labor transform old relationships? Has the Global North an interest in transforming relationships with the Global South? Where and how does Latin America fit? What are the priorities? What could be transformative and progressive initiatives? How to make them inclusive and sustainable?
ModeratorWilliam Milberg, Executive Dean, New School for Social Research, Professor of Economics, and author of Outsourcing Economics: Global Value Chains in Capitalist Development, 2013
Speakers:
Cecilia Nahon, Alternate Executive Director for Argentina and the Southern Cone, World Bank; former Argentine Ambassador to the United States, Secretary of International Economic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Gimena Sanchez, Director for the Andes, Washington Office on Latin America

5:15 pm Concluding Remarks and Reception

Part II: Civil Society, International Cooperation, and A New Dialogue Between Latin America and the United States

Presented in partnership with El Colegio de MexicoUniversidad Torcuato di TellaUniversidad de los Andes.

November 17, 2022
2:00-6:00 pm
Consulate of Argentina
12 West 56th Street
New York, New York

2:00-2:15 pm Welcome
Mary Watson, Executive Dean, New School for Public Engagement
Michael Cohen, Director, Observatory on Latin America, and Director, Doctoral Program in Public and Urban Policy, Professor of International Affairs
Juan Gabriel Tokatlian, Vice-Rector, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, UTDT, Buenos Aires

2:15-2:30 pm Presentation of Conclusions from November 16 Meeting

Panel 1
2:30-4:00 pm Rethinking Latin American Regionalism in a Post-Western World
Moderator: Peter Hoffman, Director, Julien Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs, The New School
Speakers:
Juan Gabriel Tokatlian, Vice-Rector, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, UTDT
Mónica Hirst, UTDT/Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Políticos, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, UERJ
Discussants:
Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Professor of International Affairs; Vice-Chair, UN Committee on Development Policy, former Director, UNDP Human Development Reports
Nidhi Srinivas, Associate Professor of Management, Milano School of Public Policy, Management, and Environment

4-4:15 pm Break

Panel 2
4:15-6:00 pm A Strategic Agenda for the America
Moderator: Almudena Fernandez, Technical Advisor to Director, Latin American Regional Bureau, UNDP
Speakers:
Guadalupe Gonzalez González, Associate Professor, Centro de Estudios Internacionales, El Colegio de México
Juan Cruz Olmeda, Professor-Researcher, Centro de Estudios Internacionales, El Colegio de México
Discussants:
Alexander Aleinikoff, University Professor; Director, Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility; and former UN Deputy High Commissioner on Refugees, (Focus on Migration and Humanitarian Challenges)
Marcelo Medeiros, Visiting Professor, Columbia University, former professor at various Brazilian and US universities, (Focus on Inequality),
Joel Towers, University Professor; Professor of Architecture and Sustainable Design; Director, Tishman Environment and Design Center, The New School, tbc

6-6:30 pm Concluding Remarks

*This is an in-person event.

If you have any questions, please contact risac646@newschool.edu.
 
Location
 
Consulate of Argentina, 12 West 56th Street
New York, NY 10019

Saturday, August 20, 2022

miracle economics - 1billiongirls map being more productive in human dev than men

 WE SHELFF

women entrepreneurs - Safety Health Education Leadership Food Finance ( 534X21)


In 1972 The Economist's sub-editor of ending poverty scribbled a future histiOy survey of the next 40 years going sustainable for communities everywhere. This celebrated the start of The Economist's 3rd decade in mediating Von Neumann's scoop what will peoples do with 100 times more tech ecah decade 1930 ton 2020s

1 billiongirls.com Reality is even more curious than mediating rational optimism

It starts with women empowered to build 100000 person communities at a time - to be self-sufficient, resilient and as safe fir girls as for boys

revolution in aid: mainly with microfranchsdie business not grants but where aid partners were found a world class solution was designed so everywhere (and every type of government and media) came to learn for 1 billionwomens development lab. This matetred because there are endeavors like education and changing infrastructure that neede intergenerationl funding by taxes- cannot be done be private finace bowling alone. Over a generation the wprld poorest community rising women became inspiration researchers of top-down governments, youth's celebrated storytellers and inspired tech wizards to join in the deepest learning human and tech intel can blend 

IT HELPED THAT MACROECONOMISTS HAD GIVEN UP (BANGLADESH 8th MOST POPLULOUS NATUION IS BASKET CASE) and the SERVANT Leader (microfrnachise designer)  of this 90% rural nation had bene Asia's leading young oil compamny engineer (CEO Royal Dutch Shell East Pakistan). In 3 life chnaging years a cyclone killed a illion people around him; the war of independence killed another milion leavin massive vilage destruction; a famine like no other had begun the nation;s birth. Rice needed to be the first microfranchise; the second microfranchise needed to start building last mile health services to raise life expectancy from 25 below world average. 

Back from the 1970s Scaling supply chain for 100000 people microfranchise also meant that women designed the wholesale (value chains) & R&D of national markets that needed to be integrated round development of the poorest. Where this began the poorest village woemn had to network for 25 yeras without access to electricity. Learning was by word of mouth and once lietracy had been gained by practice currculum the women heleped design and teach 

By becoming valued as worldwide development lab, from 1996 best partners of village women entrepreneurship broughht mobile and solar. Leapfrog models began to emerge - what if you skipped the age of wiring a contient and went straight to sarellite coms and solar energy. The women celebrated the new millenniums goals by founding a d=girls university valuing both digital collaboration and deepest trust data of renewing communities in such a way that wherever the next child was born she had a good chance at lofe and livelihood. 


The question was partly would enough web-based educators join in the transformation and university alumni share their graduates at least on sdg project innovation. The University was designed to serve multiple development visions:

continue to search for world's best partners integrating progress in poorest villages

offer teens of bangladesh as gereat a chalenge in 2010s as kenned's space age had offered american teens

abedmooc.com share 25 collaboration solution 1 billion girls had already found

demonstrate at least 4 solutions that the university could innovate so that female graduates generated 50 million good jobs per research area geared to the most urgent leaps forward needed

If the first  (least resourced ) ne millennium university could achieve 4 such collaboration projects - would other betetr resourced universities join in with at elast 1 50 million good jobs innovation that their girls graduates share with girls alumni of the 2020s in time for the sdgs to be reality not greenwashing> Fazle Abed spent much of his 19 new millennium years debatung this with every asian and other ambssador who wanted to explore this education revolution. Abed did not get to see web3 or guterres yera of researching old edu not fit for purpose but what will all his 50 years of partners in women building nagldesh do now . Could it nbe that me-too doues mater as much in America as Bangladesh as China as Developoing girls and boys everywjhere mother earth shines down on humn and and artificial intel through the 10 decades of 100 times more tech.


Friday, August 5, 2022

 as a scot/brit normally i regard bbc america s one of the 3 channles that causes hatred between republicans and democrats (today it was messaged from london rthare than the pathic us staffing)


the report on colombia was excellent- it explaiend that in spute of 20 years of politically declared peace, drugs are 10 to 100 times more destabilising that pressures in iureland during decades before peace apperaed on the ground in spite of politicking


why on earyth is the us production team alowed to briadcast anything without checking with someone concerened wiurh teh responsibility6 of the bruitish langaige to promote sustainability in tehs elast few years when that possibility can be innovated

Sunday, May 29, 2022

Paradox - back in 1972 1 billion girls started networking the most sustainable collaborations ecer seen - they chnahed aid and education, and built last mile health sercices; by defition their economy represnts families/community buiulding of quarter of human being (1 billion women and men) but because of the way finaciers count things the world's colaboration solutiosn to teh sustainability crisis represent way less than 5% of the monetary economy - even when eg bkash mapsd the world's largest cashless bank in terms ogf population served

For more on this cris help the UN digitalis in time for every government to benchmark the future of sustainability - see www,economistin.com or www.codesmeta.com or www.abedmooc.com or www.econo9mistdoar.com or www.teacforsdgs.com - or ask for a free half hour zoom tour around sustainability best news - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - washington dc and flatiron new york

Ps Those who read The Economiost from 1951 will have expereinced how its jopurnalists were mentore dby Von Neumann to ask eladers what to do wityh 100 times more tech per decade = tahts a million times mo0re per generation crossover of 30 yeras; you may also notice that from Economist Asia Rising surveys started in 1982 that sup0ercoty anjd supervilalge models forts befan to connect the coastal belt from japan to singpaore thanks to such knmowledge networking asd alumni of brolaufg and deming; the problem on the contiennt of asia as foreseen by sdhumacher how scale rural vilages without access to electricity - it turned out that as well aas borlaug gorl em[owerment needed epidemnologits eg see heroic asian consequence sof larry brillainat and James Grant and anc the chnage of focus of Asia's leading young engineer from serving Roral Gutch Shell Oil Compay to 50 yeras of networking barefoot Asian women... abedmooc.com searches out the 30 happoiest collabo9ratiosn - orts a game of 2 halces to late in teh 20th centiry all networking was person to person due to vilages having neither electrioctory or telecoms; tio start 21st c abed founded a universoty connecting the most concerened solar and mobile leapfrom solkutuiibs ecer cdelebrated by sdg advocates and billion poorest women's families

Monday, February 21, 2022

 Hi

1 chatham house latam event rues eve uk might be interesting

https://email-chathamhouse.org/1S3M-7QUOB-40B19AF7B2C0016F1N0WBYFCD596DF0A566D9E/cr.aspx

(also they were one of the best at glasgow cop26 - if anyone links that please say)  y also  I do know personally the former president of equador who has helped with latam cops


2 intros: my understanding is tristan in barcelona writes up fintech cases like few others; I met john price in toronto after jack ma briefed 3000 of us on fintech and ecommerce (few people have more geonomic intel on latam than john) rene is back in brazil after graduating from cornell-one of corenells secrets is its 2nd headquarters in new york shared with tata foundation- many reasons i'd love to know more if anyone connect that - in usa new york is the city I am all in networking while esg , fintech and guterres might just change something- I am also extremely interested if anyone has any soros or open society connections- a lot of what they used to be hopeful at has gor in a mess in eastern europe but I have got some friends who could help work around that


3 Regrettably I dont speak spanish- being in DC, until trump came along i went tonto organisaition of american states monthly to study their continent wide entrepreneur process and because at the time of jim kims world bank -oas and wb hq were one block away and both claiming they wanted to help young professionals my main constitiuency (I feel all political parties have sadly gone to war (due to bad media as much as any thing) with younger half of the world and this is root caise of extinction crisis)


4 i beleive that the franciscan culture is the most adaptable  -at deep community last mile service scaling - collaboration sdg so in europe i particularly care about rome and barcelona networks and eg if italy g20 passes on anything to indonesia g20- rome & barcelona have often swapped club of rome climate and nobel peace laureat summits; i was at vatican uni twice in 2015 www.premiosciacca.it   (musician networks can give back fashion value chains to youth) to try and understand if popes 2015 visit would change even one usa university- answer nope (they are all jesuit)


5 can tech save world? I am currently helping von neumann family with survey if von neumann was alive today which 20 ai heriones or hereos would he hope all of the youngter half of the world linkin first- do you have a number 1 nomination of ai latin?


6 if some of above urgently latam relevant- lets improve this group -three of us are heavy connectors at luch club - its relatively easy to search for latam entrepreneurs....  i am revisiting dads work as neumann biographer and more from the economist at www.youthmarkets.com


oh if anyone has a relevant contact at IDB in dc i would love to renew meeting after 2 year covid

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

ART'S future where ART - Art-Rights-Tech where Rights =lives matter mobilising societal goats 5,4,3,2,1-   empowerment by whole communities emotional intel Re: TeachforXX conscious or subconcious practices integrated across global village world - nature's and engineering's way - ie integration is deep diversity up and open (borders are compound risks spaces caused by professionals extrenalisng responsibility so as to make their profession look 100% correct - which by definition -see einstein - man's science never can be)

 0 Thinking aloud (I am happy to be told i am completely wrong- do you have completely different maps of action younger half of world can joyfully web?) exercise 0 - if there is one person in ny region who could next most help team XXSO who would it be (ny guess wendy kopp as 60 branches of schooling systems are now asking for her next steps) but whose your guess? -see teachforall and teachforsdgs and teachforUN - related in Hong Kong team sophia (UN ambassador robotics) becomes Team Zbee in race to circumvent zuckenbergian metaversse

related :S of ESG

ABEDplay.com schools for 3-6 year olds at abedplay.com - 

ABEDmooc.com another 30 womens most exciting Collaborations from abedmooc.com (50 year study of women lives networks that started up by building 1000000 person metavillages 5.1 platforms (worldwide outreach) from nothing more than the smallest pieces of tropical land)



0.1 It could be that the whole future of what botstein/soros/bangladesh (ABED) women hoped for depends on three-in-one



rights-arts-tech (by tech I mean emotional intel of human & machine intel: by moores law 100 times more of that every decade since UN born)

0.2 If this hypothesis is worth exploring (Team XXso) can be one of her generations ART-cubed superstars (agent of consequences of this three-in-one fusion-as one example imagine a real event that has part 1 concert - part 2 tedx style talks of change agents- part engage through campus-community  The Collaboration Cafe ); or imagine if that kind of thing went on one day a week at a university designed by the students and the younger half of the faculty (or tjhose in teh faculty not regarded as experts in one silo, or one hemisphere- ie dula culture-lingusitically fluent)

 filmed by millennial goals gen eg spencer (zambian american), 2008 where UN began in NY Bronx 1946


0.3 Of course: us elders Team XX cannot put that burden all on her/ ; in some way those elders who visit what bard does to XX need to help map what this 3-in-one livelihood fusion is doing to XX's age group who will be either the first sustainability generation or first extinction generation-- in a wider sense what happens in this way at bard collaboration can be what happens to UN summit futures over the next 18 months as discussed by Guterres last september https://www.un.org/en/content/common-agenda-report/assets/pdf/Common_Agenda_Report_English.pdf
please note guterres has been year 0-9 of the 16 year declaration of interdepndence of the 17 sdgs started by UN in 2015
 ; he is desperate to handover to his successor - 2023 future is his peak year for impacting his succession with younger half of world deciding as much as the older half represented by 200 national leaders - if being a scot has any advantage we are not recognised as a nation even though we mediated cop26 and accidentally have longest learning curve mediating future of engines glasgow 1760; 80% of us make our livelihoods as immigrant on all 4 couners of earth

0.4 Unfortunately mediating future way neumann might of expected it has zero budget - eg because its the opposite of zuckenberg -another reason why its great if you have a better hypothesis than we maths system mapmakers have

0.5 This brings us to BROWNS JOB (malloch who wrote up 2000's un goals and....)



1.0 AI HALL OF FAME _DEBRIEFGINGS OF NEW BOOK MAN FROM FUTURE 23 yeras after my dad's bio of von neumann
I am trying to work eg with von neumanns family on how to free innovation debates at every age of consequences of part 3 tech (which sadly is missing in bard unless we can find it - clearly we can at lesdst see who stands up for rights and arts but its not clear anyone is asking how these change in moores law era of 100 times more every decade)
plan b if ai hall of fame fails is survey of top 20 smart cities way neumann would hope youth were being empowered to humanise ai (eg rebeccaa can explain her conversations with hong kong - there they are humanising meta in oposite ways to zucenbergs monetisation of humanoid lifestyles)

It will take me at least a month to try and compose a more sensible mail than this