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- AI is a powerful technology that has the potential to transform the world.
- AI superpowers will emerge in countries that invest heavily in AI research and development.
- AI superpowers will have a significant impact on the global economy and geopolitics.
- It is important for countries to work together to develop international norms and regulations for AI.
In the context of the Guterres AI panel with Fei-Fei Li and the focus on climate and biotech, AI superpowers can play a significant role in addressing these challenges. For example, AI can be used to develop new renewable energy sources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and adapt to the impacts of climate change in the biotechnology sector, AI can be used to develop new treatments for diseases, improve healthcare delivery, and make healthcare more affordable and accessible.
Here are some specific examples of how AI superpowers can use AI to address climate and biotech challenges:
- Climate: AI can be used to develop new renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power. AI can also be used to improve the efficiency of existing energy sources and to reduce energy consumption. Additionally, AI can be used to develop new technologies to capture and store carbon dioxide.
- Biotech: AI can be used to develop new treatments for diseases, such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease. AI can also be used to improve the efficiency of drug discovery and development. Additionally, AI can be used to develop new agricultural technologies to improve crop yields and reduce the use of pesticides and herbicides.
AI superpowers have a responsibility to use their power for good. They should work together to develop international norms and regulations for AI, and they should share their AI knowledge and resources with other countries. Additionally, AI superpowers should use their AI capabilities to address global challenges such as climate change and biotech.
I believe that AI superpowers have a unique opportunity to use AI to make the world a better place. They can help to develop and deploy AI solutions that can address the world's most pressing challenges.
Sunday, August 13, 2023
DOES WATER SPRING ETERNAL?
UNWater Spring 2023: I am no expert but I dont fully understand the UN's first headquarters water summit (sdg6) in nearly 40 years. Among thousands of suggestions, their 6 agenda themes are ordered below. One of my expectations of AI LLMs is that very soon the linear choice of how to catalogue results from many thousands of debriefings will no longer be as critical as it was this spring
BUT until this brain liberation, my sense is the overarching action catalogue 8 billon people and HumansAI need ought to gravitate around : mapping risks from water : 0.1 prep for risks of suddenly being too much water; 0.2 foresee suddenly or systematically being too little water; 0.3 dirty water as number 1 killer of population segments such as village chlldren; 0.4 water needs to be a leading First Grade Curriculum . FGC is a phrase AIGames.solar uses for something all schools need to keep questioning without borders so there is intergenerational advance of intelligence/humanity distributed (and data-mapped) anywhere nature and humans interact
This valuetrue viewpoint of water arose from 2004 asian tsunami while i was moderating the EU's knowledgeboard from the frame of emotional intelligence and intellectual capitals. There were so many silos in EU KM that I co-edited entrepreneurial demands for piloting interdisciplinary networks of excellence and we branded "water angels" as the most populous first movement applying worldwide virtual community tools to as they existed in 2005 ( the final years beg=fore mobile and 4G exponential changed how to share life-shaping intelligence).. One highlight : Brazil staged a European Social Forum early 2005 summarising knowledge distributed during the catholic church's year oi water as a human right, and before presidency Lula led a bon aqua curricula relevant to celebrating all Brazilians water consciousness.
What do you think? Am I too simple-minded or have experts got to stage where they have walled themselves in from the most urgent knowhow 8 billion humans need to unite social actions around? And where is transformational education system design in this era of Human & Art Intelligence?