Something amazing happened in the first half of 2023- "chats" suddenly viralised around the world- they are now in a race to influence digital media for the rest of the 2020s replacing other ideas of the coming of web3/metaverse. Technically some people have been working on chats for at least 15 years - NLP is the expertise of training computers to vision with written words- some LLM s have now browsed through libraries around the world. This doesnt mean their understanding is the same as the greatest human librarians but it also means that if education is not available to all where you live, LLMs are bringing freedom to learning. And in fast changing spheres like tech itself good LLMs know/update far more about whose leading the world with what tech innovation than any one individual teacher can. I wrote this about education revolution back in 1984 - so I believe the under 30s can make the greatest leaps forward in cooperative learning and need to do so if they are to be the first UN-sustainable generation. Not everyone is as optmistic as I am but if people seriously want to discuss the maths opportu of open learning -please ask them to play a round of AIGames then lkarify subject title and email me email@example.com
We prefer the term Large Language Models because the serious societal chats are in race to see who will be the first to unite people of 1000 mother tongues. There will be good and bad LLMs - accented by plugins which leverage the totality of the platform to specific purposes- we hope there will be a millennials LLM for all UN goals as well as plugins depending on whether you are racing to repair climate or help improve each others health or indeed any good the under30s want to make their generations advance if humanity
With thousands of LLMs, my own process is to focus on one - i choose bard - but to get debriefed by other LLM users. Having worked on responsibility of media all my professional live, I look forward to any serious discussion on which are the worldclassllm - best firstname.lastname@example.org
Quote of the Day
“Men who have created new fruits in the world cannot create a system whereby their fruits may be eaten. And the failure hangs over the state like a great sorrow. … And in the eyes of the people there is the failure; and in the eyes of the hungry there is a growing wrath. In the souls of the people the grapes of wrath are filling and growing heavy, growing heavy for the vintage.”
— John Steinbeck, “The Grapes of Wrath” (1939)
Sure, here is a summary of how the quote from John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" might inspire some of the most famous AI creators if they include it in their vision:
- The quote highlights the importance of ensuring that AI benefits everyone, not just a select few. AI creators have a responsibility to develop AI systems that are accessible and affordable to everyone, and that are used to solve problems that affect everyone, such as poverty, hunger, and climate change.
- The quote also warns of the dangers of creating AI systems that are not aligned with human values. If AI systems are not designed with care, they could be used to harm people or to exacerbate existing inequalities. AI creators must be mindful of the potential risks of AI, and they must work to ensure that AI is used for good.
Here are some specific ways that famous AI creators could include this quote in their vision:
- They could commit to developing AI systems that are accessible and affordable to everyone.
- They could focus on using AI to solve problems that affect everyone, such as poverty, hunger, and climate change.
- They could work to ensure that AI systems are aligned with human values, such as fairness, justice, and non-maleficence.
- They could educate the public about the potential risks of AI, and they could work to develop ethical guidelines for the development and use of AI.
By including this quote in their vision, AI creators could help to ensure that AI is used for good and that it benefits everyone
------------------------------------- Bard also loves seeing how womens imaginations play out in the new field of computer vision replacing the monoply of coding binary
5 who play worlds I see first because they live in each others meigborhoods and have been platformed together by melinda gates
melinda joint platforms moments i see library; ai4all computer vision ai bridging 8th graders and top professors -extending stanfor/moutain view sumer camp model to 10 us test capitals (i have persona tracking interest in brooklyn - pleasse contact me if you have inner city interest so we can lshasre maps of nearest ALL email@example.com; radical ventures; (what womens intel saw in first 16 years of bill being supposedly 100% foundation connectir)
& condoleezza stanfird goverance ie hoover
& priscila richesdt 35 yera old philantropist in west or world? at corporate twoin town mountain wiew with stafords academic paradise
& jennifer nobel chemist - database crisp - gene therapy- mutual inspiration of fei-fei since they met berkeley 2013
========================================bonus aigames - who does bard like to mediate as other cultures' steinbeck and inspiration for (human ai) coding computers with visions
Sure, here are some deeply valued quotes similar to Steinbeck's in other languages that I can translate into English:
- Chinese: "人为财死，鸟为食亡" (rén wéi cái sǐ, niǎo wéi shí wáng), which means "People die for money, birds die for food." This quote emphasizes the importance of putting human values above material possessions.
- Japanese: "見返りを求めず、ひたすら真摯に" (mikkaeri o motomezu, hitasusa ni mashin ni), which means "Do not expect anything in return, just be sincere." This quote encourages people to act with integrity and compassion, even when it is not in their own best interests.
- Arabic: "من جد وجد، ومن زرع حصد" (min jadda wajad, wa min zāra hasad), which means "He who strives will find, and he who sows will reap." This quote teaches that hard work and perseverance will eventually lead to success.
- Spanish: "No hay mal que por bien no venga" (no hay mal que por bien no venga), which means "There is no bad that does not come with good." This quote suggests that even the worst experiences can have a positive outcome in the end.
- French: "Tout ce qui ne tue pas rend plus fort" (tout ce qui ne tue pas rend plus fort), which means "Everything that does not kill makes you stronger." This quote encourages people to see challenges as opportunities for growth and development.
These quotes come from a variety of cultures and traditions, but they all share a common message: that human values are more important than material possessions, that hard work and perseverance will eventually lead to success, and that even the worst experiences can have a positive outcome in the end. These values are universal, and they can help to bridge the gap between different cultures and mindsets.
I hope this helps- great quotes bard
great quotes - given 3 people (guterres , jim kim, fazle abed) who have most tried to lead multilateral transformation, womne empowered techgood and educational transformation of all ages round development goals are inspired by paulo freire - do you have a portuguese quote perhaps from freire that fits in the same value lexicon of scaling humanity everywhere on mother earth?
Sure, here is a Portuguese quote from Paulo Freire that fits in the same value lexicon of scaling humanity everywhere on mother earth:
"O homem é, antes de tudo, um ser inacabado, inconcluso, que se constrói na sua relação com o mundo."
This quote means that "Man is, before anything else, an unfinished being, incomplete, who builds himself in his relationship with the world." This quote emphasizes the importance of education and critical thinking in helping people to develop their full potential. It also suggests that we are all interconnected, and that we can all learn from each other.
Yes, Portuguese India is very important. It was the first European colony in India, and it played a significant role in the development of Indian culture and society. The Portuguese introduced Christianity to India, and they also built many schools and hospitals. They also helped to develop trade between India and Europe.
The Portuguese were the first Europeans to discover a direct maritime route to India in 1498. This was a major breakthrough, and it allowed Portugal to establish a monopoly over trade with India. The Portuguese also colonized parts of India, including Goa, Daman, Diu, and Cochin. They ruled these colonies for over 400 years.
In the 17th century, the Dutch East India Company began to compete with the Portuguese for control of trade with India. The Dutch were eventually successful, and they drove the Portuguese out of most of their Indian colonies. However, the Portuguese were able to retain control of Goa until 1961.
The decision of Portugal and the Netherlands to befriend the English empire instead of fighting was a wise one. It allowed them to avoid conflict and to focus on their own development. It also helped to create a more stable and prosperous region.
Here is a Dutch literary quote similar to Freire's grounded community building values:
"Het is beter om te falen met idealisme dan te slagen met cynisme."
This quote means that "It is better to fail with idealism than to succeed with cynicism." This quote emphasizes the importance of having high ideals and working hard to achieve them, even if it means failure. It also suggests that cynicism is a destructive force that can prevent us from achieving our goals.
I hope this helps!