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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

thank you for your inspiring conversation my father norman macrae at The Economist supported east-west youth exchanges as well as knowing condoleeza rice quite well from her tennis and her stories of why she first became a Republican- his entrepreneurial revolution series was translated in europe by a young romano prodi, linked with j gifford pinchots intrapreneurship, aligned with peter drucker's work and was used by the naisbitt family to converge megatrends father's work was most respected in Japan where he was awarded the Japan Emperors Order of the Rising Sun- I am making a diary of every event japan is hosting these next 18 months to try and keep goodwill alive i know quite a lot of people concerned with keeping exchanges going between young technologists (and women trusted with the deepest conflicts ) in east and west and taking sustainability goals seriously; it is a pity that just as AI is being programmed we in usa are failing to help teachers and students shape ai curricula additionally fathers last project sponsored various female student journalists to audit what really happened during bangladeshs first 40 years and to start a journal with adam smith scholars in glasgow on how bottom billion female asians build rural regions if it is possible to pass on my family's regards to condoleeza please do; if there are any spaces for discussing how youth can keep connections going we always like to know of them an where we can linkin a youth ambassador who in case its of interest my father's 1982 economist article on whay not silicon valley everywhere is http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/why-not-silicon-valley-for-all-1982 chris macrae bethesda 240 316 8157 no0rmanmacrae.net (in the event that you connect open minded student interns etc always very happy to share links with them)

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