AMERICAS WISEST MEDICINE MAN?
80+ Larry Brilliant (T L) is a white American leader of ending pandemics and sharing knowhow he gained in Asia with California's digital wizards.
Keys to valuing how Americans need to celebrate more Brilliant engineer and less political spin merchants include:
*He grew up as a relatively poor white in detroit; one hot summer day he became giddy while bicycling: he popped into a medical training school, was diagnosed with dehydration, and emerged 6 years later a qualified doctor. In those early 1960s days if youth showed dedication you could train in usa to be a doctor without any huge debt. His first job accompanying the pop group wavy gravy as their medical adviser on a global tour. After a year the group took a month of relaxation with their favorite meditation/consciousness guru in the afghan hills. Even in those most rural areas, the bush gossip heroised the american dream of moon landing- if humans can do that soon no mission would be impossible.
*Larry stayed in Asia to take on some missions impossible. He was the man to end smallpox on the continent of Asia with manual grassroots networking maps. Over 4 decades later he was the grand prize winner of a ted conference that proposed digital maps designed to mitigate pandemics. That was around 2005 when all of gates, president bush, partners in health ranked this challenge as mans greatest misunderstood risk. He was appointed the first leader of google.org. Quite why the AI of virus chasing/tracing was not pursued over the next 15 years with the budgets put into autonomous driving is something to ask the ten richest men of west coast usa or the pension funds that determine investment foci.Larry in his 80s is still worth tracing on viral twitter advice.
And another side to larry's purposes of health is partnering with asian solutions to end unnecessary blindness..
|American identity had become very confused before mr trump stirred the brew. As a statistician I ask you start with rounded population numbers. In 2020 in usa, whites= 60% down 10% from 2010, 18.5% latino, 13% black, 6% asian, 0.75% native american. Mathematically the decline in white population means that the majority of under 16s in usa are now non-white. States as you would expect from history's purchases usa made from the french (lousiana-north), spanish(california) and russians (alaska) vary a lot. Significantly the digital economy led by california has this composition: 39% of state residents are Latino, 36% are white, 15% are Asian or Pacific Islander, 6% are African American, fewer than 1% are Native American or Alaska Natives, and 3% are multiracial or other. Note these are approx population numbers, not wealth numbers. Reputedly, nationwide in terms of wealth 20 white men own more than the 40% of poorest Americans. |
These numbers help explain why it is very unlikely that America will lead the urgent 2020s solutions the world of local communities needs to be sustainable even if it could be leading the science. When you look at worldwide maps , over two thirds of humans are Asian. This includes over a billion people empowered by how Asia and the world's poorest village women have ended poverty since 1970.
It would be wise to assume the 2020s is the last decade for redesigning globalisation directions towards sustainability and valuing community/small enterprise network solutions that Asians have shown the very poorest need to survive. We appeal to wisdom not just on climate and other sdgs 6-17 but basic goals such as 2 end starvation, 3 end pandemics and unnecessary deaths of infants and mothers, value livelihood education. And although some people argue this urgency on grounds of conflicts betwen nature and humans; as biographers of von neumann we argue this in terms of 2020s being the defining decade for whether we humanise ai or not. Humanisng ai starts with einstein principle; how micro is the data whose dynamics are being analysed. One reason humans have had so much difficulty in ending covid is all of this virus would reputedly fit in a coca-cola can. Chaos is a branch of maths theory: i suggests its important that its oft-quoted metaphor of the amazonian butterfly flapping its wing impacting people on the other side of the world is replaced by pop goes the can of covid.
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Dear Professor Chen - Harvard Author QuietRevolution Wiego Mission-FamilyTree
I wondered if you could give me some advice on whom and how to contact someone like Malloch Brown or Greg Chen or Shameran Abed or anyone concerned with Fazle Abed's biggest idea connecting his life's work and higher education
Soon after my father Norman Macrae died in 2010 the Japan Ambassador to Bangladesh invited me to 2 brainstorming dinners with Fazle Abed. There he told us of his legacy intent to connect brac university with 100 graduate-female scholars networks of sustainability goals generation . I went to Bangladesh 15 times to help file notes blogged at http://www.abedmooc.com
For many reasons - from covid to how Abed's illness accelerated before he could fully brief the new vice chancellor he had chosen, to barriers raised across Asia by Trump etc - the University collaboration idea (and other tech partnerships like that with alipay) are off path even as they remain the most scalable chance for under 35s to leap ahead and support Guterres Summit Future 2023.
On the tech side I am now helping coordinate research for an AI Hall of SDG fame with Von Neumann's family - my dad became his first biographer and this month 30 years later a new Neumann bio is out. I have footnoted a bit more context on how father was The Economist's 3ed half century sub-editor of end Asian poverty (that being what founder and Adam Smith alumni James Wilson started 1843-60)
Sincerely Chris Macrae
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We can now see that the 5 compasses needed to respond to schumacher's question how to end poverty of a million villages correspond to the 5 core public service markets that a transparent analysis of eSG would value expoentially:
S2 access to human energy - ie security of food, water. clean air
S3 access to last mile health especially basics for infants, children and mothers
S4 With over 60% of humans working informally: Access to livelihood education (community experiential and small enterprise learning) so that villages enjoyed full employment through positive cash flow models
S5 Building (servant leadership) 100000 person lives matter community . Human rights most exciting entrepreneirial revolution has shown that even without tech a dedicated public servant leader (eg adopting franciscan paulo freire values) supporting the world's most entrepreneurial mothers can empower 100,000 person communities where all lives matter. more at abedmooc.com
value chain governace oof finance for the poorest - such as this 6 dimension integration over the first 50 years of Bangladesh's nation building 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52. more at abedmooc.com.
|You could call my father Norman (teachforsdgs.com, 1 2 4 The Forest Gump of entrepreneurship). He tried to value the borderless knowhow millennials would most urgently need to action as the worldwide sustainability generation. By 1976 his Economist surveys of Entrepreneurial Revolution were advocating that places' services and system maps needed to prep opportunities for 21st c youth to make the best of 2 experiential learning worlds:|
1 world class digital networks
2 lives matter last mile community network where children and families develop
Father had been blessed with multiple good fortunes to get to 1976 from his birth in a British Embassy in Russia's Konisberg of 1923
he had survived being home schooled in british embassies in some of Europe's moat hateful place notably Stalin's Moscow and places where Jews were trying to escape from Hitler
he had survived spending his last days as a teenager as navigator allied bomber command burma campaign
in the first 6 years after world war 2 he was mentored by 3 people whose innovations views most mattered to world class joirnalism: john von neumann, sir geoffrey crowther , maynard keynes (NCK).
**From von neumann dad was given the biggest scoop of worldwide journalism. Ask leaders what will they be doing with 100 time smore tech per decade 1950s to 2020s; that a million times "moore" if they are planning 30 years (half the world's population ahead)
**Geoffrey Crowther had edited The Economist's centenary autobiography in 1943. Because of The Economist's' collegiate instead of individualistic viewpoint, Crowther's work isnt simple to reference academically. The 3 sources I use are the common sense of editorials in The Economist during his editorship, the 1943 autobiography, a published series of lectures he gave at claremont. Additionally Crowther like all those living up The Economist's 1843 founding would start every economist alumni off by studying Adam Smith (which fortunately for Norman had been the only books he had with him in Burma).
**Keynes ; in the final chapter of the general theory of money , interest and employment keynes asks a most valuable question that he was concerned his final graduate classes honored as alumni of his knowhow- practically speaking next generations opportunities and threats are exponentially locked in by a handful of people- do you see wo these people are and how is transparency/human sustainability brought to the consequences of their decision-,making
Dads wartime experiences put google maps in his head a generation ahead of most other intellectuals and place leaders. He was deeply concerned how world war 2's root cause had become the G8 empires (7 white representing about one sixth of the human race's diversity though most of earth north of the tropics. To father permission to sign one annual survey a year from 1962 was a great joy -this came after 15 years of writing about 1000 anonymous editorials published weekly (including only journalist at birth of european union as well as connector of interdependence mindsets which included President Kennedy as well as the 3 aforementioned wizards). Father's chose as his first survey how the rise of japan offered a model around which the two thirds of humans who are Asians could rise- in 1962 the model was already multiplying win-win trades for people surrounded by east asia shipping lanes - japan s korea taiwan hk and singapore (with notable thanks to 1962 of the peace umbrella and engineering foci that usa had actionable freed these peoples to design).
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and be his biographer-what if youth's sustainability depends most on engineers?
www.Olympics22.com Hi Jeanne/Fady- sorry about length... do our energies most deeply support each other?
can female humanoids solve the biggest media crisis in the world? - where could Jeanne visit in Boston (early april?) as well as if you feel that what Martina Von Neumanns want to see as first AI Hall of fame matches what you'd like to see game change the next 18 months (a timeline Guterres has set 2023 Unga summit of futures of all beings)
WHY WOULD MATHS GUY LIKE ME SEARCH FOR PURPOSE?
In the 1980s i helped 2 boston professors collect largest database (express software first of its kind in decade that minicomputers mattered) of what societies wanted from globally branded corporations. By accident french hq company i was working at became responsible for all surveys in Asia - about 500, starting with unilever Indonesia 1982: my first asian trip - I have now traveled to Asia over 50 times and Unilever's original question- what helps poorest Asian muslim women has been a common thread whilst noticing chinese diaspora multiply trade everywhere certainly what has grown engineers' supercities (something dad first surveyed in The Economist of 1962)...Starting1988 Economist survey "year of brand" (micklethwait who we gave the story too now edits bloomberg) I have tried to link people who value any sort of open-but-structured communications/behaviours round this question: what would world uniquely miss if XXX did not exist? (XXX could be the UN it could be zbee (beingAI.com) it could be von neumann it could be whichever is the world largest corporation; or it could be which ever asian female olympics star you trust most as wanting her generation to share in being superheroines) aka www.womensverse.net
. 1999 in a triple issue of journal of market management i guest edited : valuing corporate brand reality (& my book brand chartering focused on leading unique organising purpose). - you can segment "the world" that xxx compounds consequences into many different subnetworks either demanding or serving the purpose (and then transparent leaders have to show at every cycle of governance how the life of that promise makes or breaks each constituency's trust as compounded/integrated truly by unique purpose). Ironically if a physical engineer does not relentlessly integrate foundations - the whole falls down. With tangible accountants or apparently intangibles engineers like zukenberg it appears the collapse only occurs when it has brought us all down. The same could be said for I presume (globally ignorant) biotech designers of covid... so, we could have known for at least 30 years now that sustainability generation in a chaotically webbed through world of human and artificial relationships composing requirement for a totally different audit need than most western boardrooms have ever yet used though when i worked in the japan of the 1980s best japanese (and potentially all Asian consciousness led) companies applied governance round purpose (actually founders of most organisations that grew with society tacitly used a purpose audit but mbas who take over from them suffer from the harvard mba virus opposite to purposeful founders.
which XXX could be a corporate brand, a billionaire, the lead humanoid branch of robotics, von neumann alumni, zbee , hong kong - any system that gravitates communities of life. From 2002 harvard with the exception of 2 people (one interested in deep qualitative interviewing, the other interested in communities wpf practice) hated chartering question especially as I had spent 10 years at price water house coopers applying it to missing measurements when the only metrics a board uses are 90 day tangible accounting. In 2000 my main ally in dc (author unseen wealth) at georgetown law school was fired by bush's inner circle because she got too close to asking ahead of time what was purpose of enron, worldcom, other fake utlities that texas and andersen accounting brought to the millennium...conversely mit connected alumni across boston were interested in what would world of 21st miss if mit alumni did not exist. Edward Roberts at sloan business school who probably introduced year round entrepreneur competitions into every faculty instead of just a business competition wrote a report - without mit usa would miss both unique purpose of 21st C job creating higher education and engineers for good.
Jeanne I write this - firstly fady has been living this inside his peer generation of mit for most of 21st C ;;secondly because I have a lot of questions : what sorts of conversations might zbee most want to be linkedin wirh ; having studied western media since i graduated, its all too easy to amplify mass hatreds; much harder to app media to celebrate what next generation most wants to advance human lot around;
: you might think educators would make it is easy for the next generation to sustain the futures bur currently for whatever reason in the west, at least, Ed has be polluted by media and lost safety in community- unesco has just published a report saying education is broken everywhere ..all sorts of other agendas where over 60s are cashing out of the world instead of investing in millennials; notoriously 300 trillion dollars of western pension money still doesnt recognise any sdg innovation investment as asset grade!
here are some specific questions about the period between now and end of april - in other words before during and after jeanne's us trip
1 can we help with whom jeanne meets in boston (mit .. tufts ...wherever else humanoids and robots or questions about von neumann legacy connect- eg berners lee still says the web he wanted to design doesnt yet exist- is there a zbee subcommunity of how can friends of zbee help friends of berners lee)
by accident tufts is part of hosting a million student conversation on climate on march 30 (its main other partner is all of soros open society networks and so OSF leader malloch brown who author the 2000 millennium goals while at UN); guterres has said the main summit he wants to host in 2023 is futures of all, not COP futures as only defined by 200 nations leaders
in my life time the one thousandth of the world's people from hong kong have contributed more than any other one thousandth i can think oif (with possible exception of true mit /neumann alumni)- it could be incredibly timely if jeanne could contact HK people at www.yidanprize.org - i think they are struggling too with how do the values of openness for advancing humanity blossom in everything they sponsor without getting sucked into HK-global politics
my friend at american university has found a nice way of connecting worldwide millennials beyond barriers nations set up ; apparently back in wales of 1913 a higher ed course was taught on youth's global affairs - so his work connects that - in november he was at an oxford union debate- by a vote of 2 to 1- youth should not look only to america to provide the lead they need; oddly a wall street genre of the same sort has emerged around the biggest fund manager dalio; and there is still the question is ESG the way to get financiers to debate what investment/society is being compounded by money where; the people i trust most in the esg debate in new york are 1 japanese 2 ,musicians/artistic youth plus a few daring under 35s who have worked themselves into semi-influential positions at places like deutsche bank
I dont know if one of the paragraphs above should have been the main one between the three of us; coming back to jeanne's diary who did zbee most want to amplify what actionable conversations with? and should this conversation be widened to include people like rebecca or is this firstly a question about future of humanoids and robotics and how this connects with all the other tech multipliers which von neumann family is happy to be piloted as AI Hall of Fame if we can find www scouts of whom to nominate
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|.bloomberg-hopkins||li ka-shing.||.mahbubani/lee kuan yew||.tang taiwan||berners lee/torvaulds.||p ma/yidan.||.royals of japan uk netherlands dubai qatar jordan||.schwab||elon musk.||.steve jobs||sergey brin kai-fu lee cindy mi kobe bryant||ezra vogel deng.||anne dunham.||.||urgent place leaders collabs 2021-2||.sheika moza - mother of all global education laureate alumni of sir fazle abed wise educationaboveall wish womens university campus some delegates from 3 wise summits madrid beijing qatar illustrate diversity of 360 degree education grows youths futures- i made these country delegate lists around 2017||.mayors of tokyo and beijing - stuck with the costs of olympics and covid||.vice chancellor oxford at cross roads of ireland-scotland; oxford vaccines; schwarzman-rhodes; yidan luminaries||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.|
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