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  Decolonial AI: Decolonial Theory as Sociotechnical Foresight in Artificial Intelligence I dont know how far this has got but if anyone could get trusted as a decolonial ai mapmaker  that might unlock so many sdg millennials networks-deepmind is about as worldwide real as humans and ai can get due to the fascinating founder denis hassibis   Demis Hassabis, Ph.D. | Academy of Achievement 1  2  3  4  5  6 7  8  9  10  11 12 13  14 15 16 17  18 19   20    21  22  23  24  25  29 30 -special thanks alumnisat.com   DM  GAI oddbots 1  2

Universal connectivity -what media needed 2020s: given since 1865 swiss partner ITU has been designing next tele-media as a worldwide cooperation br> what AIGood do we need given that since 1920 einstein ,was early host of transnational intel cooperation then neumann devoted his 12 post war years to freeing AI and computing for humanity- so what do millennials need designed AIGood 2020s seeing next tech how do we need Digital to change
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Given these system changes what maths goats of 2020s are neededso how does above change what people need pubic sercants to do witth publi goods and trust/safety tpilie how does that impact inclusion and human rights

Sunday, March 22, 2015

1 as keynsian economics and sustainability alumni like schumacher  (1 2  3) knew - end poverty is "truly problem of ending poverty in 2 million villages" (ie places where industrial revolution never get to wit modern infrastructure - electricity, running water, telecommunications, education even literacy,  transport grids ...)

2 I am fascinated by how peoples build health systems out of nothing - this was the pre-digital precursor (hi-trust networking) both of bangladesh's race to end poverty and of eg partners in health worldrecordhealthtable.doc worldrecordhealthtable.doc, 87 KB   worldrecordhealth.doc worldrecordhealth.doc, 36 KB 

I cannot compute any model of sustainable world that is possible if we continue to exterlnalise which of 7 billion people is born into  gets affordable health; there is a huge risk with the professional siloisation that seems epidemic in the aid world that the UN's 2015 cllimax with climate summit will not involve enough POP health designers

3 better yet the cultures of both bangladesh microfranchise networks and partners in health deem it to be a huge responsibility  (even a sin) whenever there is failure to integrate advances in modern technology around the empowerment of the poorest  httP://unwomens.com- the good news is such mobilising such partnerships literally innovates completely different apps and (infrastructure leapfrogging)  than big city slickers prioriitise designing mobile connectivity for

4 all this engagement theory begs a practical  question : at what level of government do you engage especially if a nation treats a particular demographic as an underclass (which means that the government at least regarding that group is part of the problem); if you ask manmohan singh what he did his thesis on at Cambridge at the start of the 1950s he will say the economics of ending underclasses within and across national boundaries[ 65 year on the lack of popularity of that subject amongst the most expensively paid economists isnt only shocking - it has led to heads of the IMF that I wouldnt want any daughter of mine to go within a last mile of- in any event we are celebrating (1 2 3) those who want to linkin open elearning channels   with billions of villagers reach around what they want to develop

5 admittedly its not usual since 1945 for america's biggest decision makers in ivory congresses and highly funded war rooms  to have good relationships with the poorest of the poor; but  I have this extraordinary memory; I was working in new york just after 9/11 and staying in a hotel that was fortunately for me the main space for delegates attending the hunger project from around the world; they explained to me over and over that in spite of being founded to end hunger - girl empowerment by introducing women into the most local forms of government was the magic trick that they had innovated; moreover some people regard www.results.org as us's number 1 bottom-up lobbyists; that may be but founder sam daley harris makes it clear that it was the hunger project that converted him from his job as a music teacher to an orchestrator of grassroots networking

6 the book inside china/india by former ceo of brookings makes the point that these 2 huge nations cannot possibly be sustained just by top down government- the trick is to know which level of regional government the national  government would love you to connect with (depending probably on hat industry sector skills you have to share -after all knowledge multiplies value in use unlike consuming up things- if usa and china are not te first to develop above zero-sum models of trade I wouldnt bet on this decade being the biggest depression of c21)

7 if you look at the history of nations going independent- often they were poor and wose government had very little taxation structures to star with- so in many such nations the social reach of government never got to the rural places without infrastructures; the networking of government tended to be with the middle class up;and often social or security services were so underfunded that they were expect to pay their way by levying local excises ((ie one world's petty bribery is something another world's only way of funding security). Its not that I think it should be like that; but it sure will be if elite aid organisations don't map that dynamic
6 And finally as a diaspora scot who has worked on social audits in 50 countries, and with 2 family members over 150 countries- i am passionate about mapping which cultures are wholly and truly designed around ending inequality- in tat respect Preferential Option Poor is most the valuable ideology of this millennials quarter of a century whether or not the fait is brokered by religious people like Pope Francis or Gutierriez or practitioners who share their practice by 1) living with the poorest; 2 exploring what system trap is compounding poverty and linking their practice to how that resolve that system failing; 3 regard not leveraging new technology for the poorest as a sin or at least a contradiction with profesison's hippocratic oath

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