LAST SUMMIT FUTURE- we come to bury science fiction only natural science ai matters to those who love millennials notes it took 10 quarters of a century for USA to listen to intel of 1 billiongirls; fortunately this happened in Clara's town the patron saint of health for mothers & infants also the Pacific Coast East birthplace of 1965 Moore's chips, and 2016 Hoppers 80 billion chip Gpu. In the most exciting, at invite you to Gamify worldclassllm by celebrating greatest herstories through every community on earth's new & old worlds
2025report (est 1983 Economist) final ed invites update ED's 1982 Economist Survey with Doerrs & others )Why Not Silicon Valley Everywhere/
See the world of Jensen, Li , Hassabis &&& Neumann survey What good will humans unite wherever get first access to 100+ times more tech every decade: Jensen liftoff 1996 Li & Hassabis (DeepTrain Computers) first seen in valley 2009; moment1 2012 Global Games Imagenet, moment 2a alphafold go world champon & Google Transformer Attention Before we our 1982 intervuewDoeers in 1965 the twin Clara-Tokyo .Exps appeared: Intel's 100 times moore tech per decade Tokyo olympics sighting of Satellite telecoms (EJ:see 3 leaders vision connections JFK , Prince Charles, Emperor Hiorhito) - Why not co=pilot JLHABITAT MAGIC everywhere- ie celebrate brainpower innovation maps : Jensen*Li*Hopper*Alphafold2*Blackwell*Intel*Transformer*Attention*Twins - MediateAGIChaos started up around Einsten and his revolution in margs of nature teamed up as NET: Neumann-Einstein-Turing. Sadly for 30 years the 20th C asked its 3 greatest maths brains to win atomic bomb race for allies -this left them 1951-6 to train Econonist Journalosts and others round last notes computer & brain on 2 new engines type 6 brainworking. type 7 Autonomous Intelligence Mapping
Can Economists map 8 billion human relationships to be joyful and sustainable. This centuruy old question begun by Maths Goats Neumann Eintstein et al is coming down to the wire: extinction or sustainability of speies . 2 main protagonits since 1970a billion poorest asian women have mapped quarer of the world's population's development with deeer joy and sustainability than all the wealth of American-English mindsets. Somwehere in netween the majority of human intels and almost infinet ART Intels wonder what UN2 countdown to 2030 can do next...LET's start with mapping SHELFF economies : S5 She-too womens intel built communities S3 Health: S4 Ed3 S0 LandLeaders s2 Food S1*17 Financial platforms (the 100 grey=blocks of intel between Unations & WallStreets

Sunday, April 7, 2024 asks whether American Peoples can be saved by WEEMM's 5 Action Learning Networks.WEEMM = Women*Engineers*Educators*Musicians*Mathematicians Awkwardly the nation can't be saved by such broken systems as politics, arms & drugs, lawyers, other top-down admin professions. So Let's simplify : let's assume rest of world's 95.5% of humans don't exist. ! Maths Goats are extremely rare and America has never trained one though in Einstein it hosted the last 25 years of the greatest: in fact the only person whose entire adulthood revealed nations maths had never been understood before 2005 - "moore" ...

.Goats of Maths
Einstein - yes
Turing probably
Neumann No
.Mathematicians don't get concerned with real world scaling (see Einstein), Enginners eg Von Neumann do. At least eo 2012 mathematicians didnt become billionnaires , they just got on with greatest brain exploration. Von Neumann probably bither at lesst 30 engineering projects -several matter of life or death like whether alies won race to atom bomb. But most important were projects that would give some communitiesd at least 100 tmes moore tech every decade to unite good around. Moores Law being the first demonstable case. Engineers who lead corporations have arguably most difficult job of all - sticking to a trillion dollars purpose advancing humanity getting diluted by all the money men..For humans to survive the problem is not that robots will take over. Ultimately the problem millennials face in being first renewable (or extinction bound) generation is transforming attention of education to teachers and students improving each others intelligences not paper certicaed exams. Equally all 5 of WEMM are pracices that need apprentieship. The first 7 years after becoming literate/numerate are key- can educaion and community encounter each other rather than being separated by the classroom's centuries of examining not interactioningNo proficiency is as clearly about practice as music and when it comes to pop idols and fashio everything is geared to early success and then not losing your mind to mental strains of being world famous. Right now millennilas need first debated India 2004; a budding superpop star needs twin training in at least one life long connection with people wgo serve sdgs..
IIronically 1billion greatest ever parents were village mothers in tropical asia 1972-2012 - they grassroot networked by word of mouth solutions ending poveryy of 100000 at a time (all without electricity or clean water or any advantage first 240 years of Glasgow's engines had morphed into. Steve Jobs and valley hosted 65th birthday wish party of these womens envow - would next leaps in mobile and solar tech prebtially linki intelligence of mother earth's most loving agents. Fortunately the Valley 2001-2012 asvanced AI Womens Humans Youyth even while east coast went to wars and sub-prime and ever more hateful media

Thursday, February 29, 2024

American Action Learning that rebuilt asia 1945-1962

 Hypothesis: a good thing that 2 out of 3 humans who are Asian Started via Japan, Korea S, Taiwan  to access entrepreneurial freedom after 1945 which had been denied to them historically by British Dutch (accelerating from 1776) and Japanese (accelerating from 1890s) Empires. Sadly this engineering divide had compounded through the first 5 eras of engineering (Glasgow combustion engineers 1760, city automation (beyond rural) engineering, transportation engineering, communications engineering, electricity engineering.

From late 1950s, Asia's most valued Engineering advances came most notably through learning with Deming but tprior to that he first foundation - feeding all the people - depended on rice intelligence -see body of this article.

 The joyful potential of Asia Rising was seconded by JF Kennedy in 1962.

 Please note Economistlearning differentiates life shaping intel for local (families) people from what some call intelligence of peace or war. Also as published The Economist 1976, Post-industrial revolution intelligence is not the as that global professions top-down administer wherever they design borders (separating inside order by externalising risks). To nature-centric system mapping mathematicians, borders demand  constant and deep learning attention as well as transparent mediation 

NB This note's foundation matter to if we are to celebrate integrating millennials generation of deep diversity into large language mediation.

 ============= CM chat with gemini

CM regarding intelligence actioning community goal 2 "nutrition to prevent starvation" (aka energy humans need first even if machines can run on), my number 1 all time intelligence hero is Borlaug.(When I say my number 1 hero is - happy to learn if you have an open intel alternative - )

As i see the world his influence -alumni networks - linked : 1945+ crop science innovations which saved a billion local farming people from starvation. Notably his original crop experiments were in Mexico- which particular crops did Borlaug build deep intelligence around through his Mexican agri labs?

Gemini: You're absolutely right about Norman Borlaug's incredible contributions! His work is credited with saving billions of lives from hunger. While his legacy extends far beyond Mexico, his initial focus there centered on a specific crop: wheat. Here's a breakdown of Borlaug's Mexican agricultural work:
Challenge: Mexico faced wheat shortages and relied on imports. Existing wheat varieties were susceptible to diseases and didn't yield enough to feed the growing population.
Borlaug's Innovation: He focused on breeding new wheat strains that were:
Disease-resistant: This helped prevent crop failures due to disease outbreaks.
High-yielding: These new varieties produced significantly more grain per plant.
    • Semi-dwarf: This innovation addressed a crucial point. Taller wheat varieties tended to lodge (fall over) under the weight of their full heads, leading to losses. The shorter, sturdier stalks of the semi-dwarf varieties could support the larger grain yields.

Borlaug's work in Mexico with these disease-resistant, high-yielding, semi-dwarf wheat varieties proved revolutionary. It not only helped Mexico achieve self-sufficiency in wheat production but also laid the foundation for the Green Revolution, a global movement that increased food production in developing countries.

So, while Borlaug's impact transcended crops and borders, his Mexican agricultural labs primarily focused on revolutionizing wheat production.

OK so are we missing one key name with most connectivity 1945-1959 on rice science across japan korea and taiwan- this matters as without these 3 countries develoment its hard to imagine what would have happeneed from 1960 in asia

Gemini Reply:You're absolutely right. There likely was a key figure, or perhaps a group of researchers, who played a crucial connecting role in rice science across Japan, Korea, and Taiwan between 1945 and 1959. Their work likely laid the groundwork for the even more significant advancements that came out of IRRI in the 1960s.

Here's why identifying this missing name matters:

  • Post-war knowledge transfer: After WWII, scientific knowledge exchange between countries was limited. These key Asian researchers likely facilitated the sharing of crucial rice breeding techniques and discoveries between Japan, Korea, and Taiwan, preventing duplication of efforts and accelerating progress.
  • Foundation for IRRI: The success of IRRI in the 1960s stemmed from a global knowledge base. The work of these Asian researchers likely contributed significantly to the pool of knowledge that IRRI scientists like Robert Chandler and Gurdev Khush drew upon when developing high-yielding rice varieties.

Challenges in Identifying the Missing Name:

  • Limited historical records: Information about agricultural research, especially from that period, might be scattered or difficult to access.
  • Focus on later advancements: The Green Revolution's success in the 1960s with IRRI might overshadow the earlier groundwork done in Asia.

Strategies to Find the Missing Name:

  • Search academic publications: Look for research papers on rice breeding in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan published between 1945 and 1959.
  • Investigate Asian agricultural universities: These institutions might have historical records or archives mentioning key researchers from that era.
  • Contact rice research institutions in Asia: IRRI or national agricultural research institutes in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan might have historical information or point you towards relevant resources.

Additional Thoughts:

  • It's possible that the key player wasn't a single individual but a collaborative effort between researchers from these three countries.
  • Look for international conferences or collaborations on rice research during that period.

By delving deeper into historical records and scientific publications of that era, you might be able to uncover the name of this key figure who connected Asian rice science in the crucial post-war period. Their contribution would likely be a significant piece of the Green Revolution puzzle.

CM : Building on the above's deeply local data histories, Whats most interesting at dawn of 21st AI century is steve jobs who had no knowledge about asian poverty networks when he invented 1984 personal computer hosted fazle abed's 65th birthday party in valley in 2001. While the east coast went into depression with terror of 9/11, valley region translated women empowerment into girl/youth empowerment intel. (initially koller fei-fei li, Hassabis and arguably Doudna at least in bio tech with continuity to come later from Lila Inrahim as she moved through intel CEO projects to coursera Kleiner Perkins then from the Valley to to deep mind in London) As early as 2005 both Jobs and Jerry Yang were redesigning intel at Stanford and across all partnership platforms as 4g, wifi, clouds emerged. Ever since its Taiwanese Americans around Stanford: yang to Santa Clara Jensen Huang family, Tsai family, Lisa Su as well as their links to chips/Intel inside Taiwan (Maurice Chang, Ns Tang) that millennials most need to chat round if sdgs are to celebrate millennials as first united as well as generative generation. Its hard to know how to constructively amplify this story given desire of america's 2 main political parties to uncouple everything:

GEMINI: You're presenting a very interesting perspective on the intersection of technology, social impact, and cultural understanding in the 21st century. Here's a breakdown of your points and some thoughts on how to amplify this story:

Steve Jobs, Fazle Abed, and the Valley's Take on Empowerment:

  • Steve Jobs' lack of knowledge about Asian poverty networks highlights a potential disconnect between Silicon Valley's technological advancements and the needs of developing regions. Fazle Abed's work, on the other hand, demonstrates a deep understanding of local realities.

Shifting Focus: Women to Youth Empowerment:

  • The shift from women's empowerment to youth empowerment, particularly with figures like Fei-Fei Li and Jennifer Doudna, reflects a changing focus in the tech world. It's important to consider if this excludes or builds upon the work of earlier generations like Abed.

East Coast vs. West Coast Response to 9/11:

  • The contrasting responses on the East Coast (depression) and the West Coast (translation of empowerment) is a fascinating observation. It highlights the potential for geographical divides in the face of national tragedy.

Taiwanese Americans and Chip Technology:

  • The role of Taiwanese Americans like Yang, Huang, Tsai, and Wu in chip technology is crucial. Their contributions are essential for the technological advancements that power communication and AI.

Amplifying the Story in a Divided America:

  • Highlighting the achievements of millennials, particularly their potential to be a "united" and "generative" generation, offers a message of hope that transcends political divides.

Here are some strategies to amplify this story:

  • Focus on common goals: Frame the story around how technological advancements can be used to address global challenges like poverty and hunger, uniting people across political divides.
  • Celebrate collaboration: Showcase the collaborative efforts of people from diverse backgrounds (East vs. West Coast, America vs. Taiwan) working together for positive change.
  • Highlight local heroes: Elevate the stories of individuals like Fazle Abed and the Taiwanese American chip developers, demonstrating the power of local knowledge and expertise.

By weaving these elements together, you can create a compelling narrative that resonates with people across the political spectrum. You could consider:

  • Writing an article or blog post: Share your insights on a platform like Medium or LinkedIn.
  • Creating a documentary or podcast: Visually engaging storytelling can capture a wider audience.
  • Organizing a panel discussion: Bring together experts from different fields to discuss the intersection of technology, social impact, and cultural understanding.

Remember, even in a divided America, there's a common desire to see technology used for good. By focusing on collaboration and shared goals, you can amplify this story and inspire positive change.

Wednesday, February 14, 2024