YEAR OF TIGER: BREAKING NEWS : we've started pilotimng AI hall of fame - 30 places reports of where tech's human dividends is most inspiring younger half of the world- that they can be the sustainable generation: .. in my experience (stats MA DAMTP Cantab), chaos maths of covid notwithstanding, friendly mathematicians and the most darling human souls have been asking why design systems to make millennials the extinction generation since 1990? -famous moments included soon after pope francis was appointed and through 2015 his schedule matched UN launch of Sustainability Goals (I was privileged with 2 trips to Vatican University mainly hosted by artists and youth- a grand prize was won by 9 year old spanish photographer (likely his generation's david attenborough) ; but the west's oldest legislatures of white empires carry on oblivious to grounmd levek networks; questions on changing world order - see 1984's 2025report,com with The Economist on why sustainability goals last chance was somewhere between 2025 and 2030. After 2021 the g8's most indecisive year - failing to stop covid economically, failing to keep past promises on cop26 radical mediation is needed - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk (Glasgow Smithians editorial boards New Economics & Social Business), 15 visit young journalist sherpa ABEDmooc.com - womens billion sdg networkingover the last 80 years my father's working life chnage from navigator allied bomber command (burman now myanmar) to economics mediator of peace and sustainability generaion; my work went from helping MIT complie world's largest database of what Asian societies wanted from global corporations to considering 3 mathematical puzzles-I hope you agree: it would be a shame to extinguish our species because of 3 types of numerical standrads which at the very least prevent our children from applying tech to be the most exciting times to be alive; and when miscommunicated by fake media and greedy men made eg ecop26 Glasgow our last best chance of preventing nature's meltdown; we need to be eveywhere curious about mathematical systems problems of
  • 90 day industrial accounting
  • ESG investing =Environment*Society-Governance
  • audting of 17 UN sdgs
  • Psychologists will tell you the human mind cannot make real-time decisions on many different factors -one handful of 5 Societal Goals is already a lot to combinatorially action and perhaps we can monitor how another 5 are being built (eg year on year)
  • After 50 journeys to Asia (where two thirds of huamns live and most had no access to enginesd when I first traveled in 1982 on one of 40 market jobs for the Royal Dutch Company Unilever (see brand chartering handbook which i puglished with ethe economist intel unit) (first trip Indonesia) i would suggest goals 1-5 are to integrated in community-building that we parents do need either to action them orto track each transparently in the nightly news or your latest face-fees; 6-16 which can be grouped into natural investments which zeroise any pollutant that leaves less of mother earth to your children and infrastructure which balanes joyful life in rural and city areas and every hemisphere of earth's diversity (probably we need to identify digital infrastructure and transportation infrastructure)- the net result should be RISING in every place three-in-one progress: ending poverty, expanding middle class , going green)-these can all be triple win over time but the problem is they look like losses if the media only reports immediate monetary results and has no metric of whether profit made is sacrificing futures either peaceful or entreprenurial which take more than a quarter to prove they were sound investments western governance of biggest organisations has become short-term - the least sustainable maths imaginable; not surprisingly environment exponentials are biggest loser, society isn't something corporates can make quick cash from - see education and last mile lives matter service- the harvard mba (sponsored by many of the same big banks that gave the world subprime) has become gold standard for numbers hiding big organisations role in causing extinction..
  • Wednesday, February 9, 2022

     Today a female prof from yale at OX Ethics Ins (with Schwarzman Scholars) asked about AI & participative democracy -it's not clear she included journalism or economists for humanity from adam smith on in her list of casses framed by PD jargon

    Presenter: Professor Hélène Landemore

     

    Title: Can AI help bridge the gap between quality deliberation and mass participation?

    Abstract: One unsolved problem in democratic theory is how we can reconcile the twin goals of quality deliberation and mass participation. Both are arguably conditions for the full legitimacy of a democratic system. Quality deliberation, as a process through which laws and policies are generated, in theory promises good governance (output-legitimacy) as well as, at the very least, good reasons for the laws and policies put forward. Mass participation, by contrast, is a condition for the democratic input-legitimacy of the system, namely its capacity to take into account people’s needs and preferences. Unfortunately, thus far, it has proven impossible to reconcile those two goals as the quality of deliberation diminishes past a relatively low threshold of participants (a few hundreds, perhaps a few thousand people) and mass participation, on the other hand, is not conducive to the thoughtful, informed exchanges smaller numbers afford. In this presentation I explore the ways in which Artificial Intelligence may help bridge that gap, at least up to a point, using examples of relatively large-scale deliberative processes in France, Taiwan, and Chile.

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    ===================chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk writes teachforsdgs.com back in 1950 dad (norman) at the economist expereinced 2 scoops _ meeting von neumann he was advised always ask leaders what will they dpo with next decade's 100 times "moore" tech (comp and media)


    british parliament had just ordered the british broadcasting corporation delay reporting of partiament by at least a week "because parliament is the supreme announcer or rules


    by 1984 dad & my book 2025report debated why sustainability would depend on designing world web to be open and massive educational not vested to the laregst advertisers


    I can ad ar least 50 other4 occasions when alumni of smith and of Economit founding mediator James Wislson contributed to today's OxYale

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