.wmy wouldn't everywhere use geomatch HumanAI liveliood refugees -related AIverygood KC3.dev, worldclassLLM, EconomistWomen.com, AIverygood
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"Worlds" published by Melinda Gates- Moment of Lift with Flatiron Books, original nonfiction by visionaries AISdgs 5 : working to unlock a more equal world for women and girls
advanced stuff value expsai.com 33 years of ignoring valuetrue exp maths is a shame- will 23-24 be the year that ai maths is used to correctly map sustainability features - exponential not linear; multiplicative not ad; at its most natural borderless not siloised by fake media or false competition

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

We'll update this space with AIVERYGOOD for year of 2023-

 sightings welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk associate AIgames.solar bard.solar worldclassLLM.com ed3dao.com mathsadao.com and 20 Economist Blogs of future worlds we see from NET journalist est 1951 established by The Economist and training sessions withNeumann-Einstein-Turing on computers & brains

bits of pm sunak interview with elon musk https://twitter.com/RishiSunak/status/1720187297558065441
 turned aiverygood eg sunak commitment to education with ai tutors 

but also parts sounded far too easy 

there were so many people at bletchley that sunak could have done quick fireside chats in to get rounded view - eg hassabis sitting in front row
outside of big corporates, aiverygood leapt forward around fei-fei li hosting imagenet - training computers to see what humans can see- 3 professors engaged very seriously through the 8 year of expoentially deeper training  - Yann LeCun (NY), Hinton (Torinto) , Bengio (Montreal) - conseqeunce together these  four have trained most of today's hottest ai wizards- out in a few days the full more nuanced story of wirld I see with  fei-fei Li thorough 15 year entrepreneurial revolution since being welcomed to stanford 2009; that year she met the otherunder30s newly minter neuroscience-tech doctor - demis hassabis - science has never seen such rapid leaps as team Hassabis Deep Mind/Google Brain now oit of London and HAI Valley

Thanks to Antonio Guterres and his order of selecting intel friends- August 2023 together with world class linguistic translation uniting 1001 cultures' intents,

 we are now alive to the first time 8 billion beings explore what human intelligence can architect very good media .

 To see why such freedom has taken so long to vision,  education as a system and millennials as the last generation capable of preventing extinction need to understand accidents associated with the birth of television age and  unitiing earthlings around international telecoms; Switzerland 1920s was where worldiwde tel-engineering was technically born but Von Neumann and Einstein soon decided it was safer to help world design that out of princeton; the question arises wen in 1945 worldwide coms and comps engineering policy was handed to NY UN HQ why did it take 78 years for our human worlds to see very good media?


August 2023

 _guteres chooses hois persona ai top advisory team; as UNB2 roadmap has dmoe'd since 2017 one day soon Nations Rating will depend on quality of highest lAI advisory & whether lawyers actually want publics to access AI best for millennial sustainability https://press.un.org/en/2023/sga2223.doc.htm more thanks to bard-assisted tracking at worldclassllm.com

Among ten reasons why LLMs are the portals to web3 and any good media of 2020s is progress NLP

https://media.nature.com/original/magazine-assets/d41586-023-01907-z/d41586-023-01907-z.pdf?pdf=button%20sticky    https://blog.allenai.org/sunsetting-cord-19-239fb2f9ff4a

Breakthrough of NLP first made in lit review cord19 of covid- Nature updates us on which academin publication monopolies most need unblocking - eg climate ai

April in D c attended one of the first annual bbefeings of AI.gov - there the chat gpt llm moonshot was clarified- there will soon be more LLMs than there are langauges- they are the new portal to web3 - bye bye to any metaverse addicetd to googgles; every advanced country needs multiples llms to malke sure nothing only known in its laguage is left out of the web3 fusion;plugins may be to llms to waht key apps were $g bigegst digotals; now milennails know what teh race is- can verygoollm outrace the others

Monday, January 30, 2023


 The Advisory Board will include seven eminent scholars as well as the Chief Scientists of UN system entities, the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology, and the Rector of the UN University (UNU). Serving as “a hub for a network of scientific networks,” the Board will support efforts towards a better interface between the scientific community and decision making in the UN.

The Board’s primary objective is “to provide independent insights on trends at the intersection of science, technology, ethics, governance and sustainable development.” It will collaborate with its network to support the UN’s work “for people, planet and prosperity” by “anticipating, adapting to and leveraging the latest scientific advancements.”

Acknowledging that scientific and technological progress can support progress towards the SDGs while also “giving rise to ethical, legal and political concerns that require multilateral solutions,” Guterres said the new Scientific Advisory Board “will strengthen the role of the United Nations as a reliable source of data and evidence.”

The critical role of science in supporting global governance and decision making is being increasingly recognized. Recent highlights include:

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) leverage science to support policymakers’ efforts to address the crises of climate change and biodiversity loss, respectively. Talks are underway towards a Science-policy Panel on Chemicals and Waste to bridge the science-policy gap in the area of chemicals, waste, and pollution.