Urgent coopreration calls from SDGSyouth latest May 2023:::HAISDGS 1 2 3 4; 5: 30 coops making women 3 times more productive than men 6 7 8.

leaps 1 - Beyond the Moon ..: can you find good enough questions for teachers of any age group to ask AI to share

Freedom to read: if only permitted one read on humanising AI I'd pick feifei short article at https://hai.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/2023-03/Generative_AI_HAI_Perspectives.pdf rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have a different pick of a lifetime

Welcome to HAI: Gamechanging AI for humans combines unique combos of tech wizards since 2006Self-id Q: Can you introduce us to 4 main wizardly components of America’s most famous 2023 model CGPT

What is Conversational?




(see also congress debriefings april 2023 on this choice as most famous )

SO in what ways does 2023 connectivity of chatgpt go beyond any human brain however famous

Am I correct that while cgpt is fluent in many languages, 90% of your training involved texts in English. Discuss!

Are there people working on advanced CGPTs tuned to specific crises- eg where UN leader guterres made 21-22 year of SDgoal 4 crisis – education no longer fit for purpose ............we asked CGPT top 10 goods it expects Ai to help humans with in 2020s--.. Healthcare - improve diagnosis, treatment, and personalized medicine..Environment - monitor and manage natural resources, predict and mitigate natural disasters, reduce carbon emissions...Education - personalize learning, new ed opportunities, and improve accessibility for learners with disabilities..Aid and development - improve disaster response, humanitarian and economic development... Agriculture - optimize farming practices, increase yields, reduce environmental impact..Transportation - improve efficiency, safety, and reduce emissions..Energy - optimize energy consumption and distribution, accelerate the transition to renewable energy..Cybersecurity - detect and prevent cyber attacks, protect personal data, and secure critical infrastructure..Manufacturing - improve efficiency, reduce waste, and increase productivity in manufacturing..Space exploration - analyze large amounts of data and enable more efficient space exploration missions..

 Epoch changing Guides

1 AI Training AI Training.docx

  2 Exploring cultural weakness of encounters with greatest brain tool.docx

 Alphafold new Protein maps can be used to design enzymes to fight plastic pollution; potentially fight cancer with molecular syringe;   to circumvent antibiotic resistance ; to combat neglected diseases like African sleeping sickness'Chagas disease;Cysticercosis; Leprosy ]Lymphatic filariasis [Onchocerciasis ;Schistosomiasis; Soil-transmitted helminthiasis ;Trachoma ;Tuberculosis; Buruli ulcer; it may help accelerate vavvines for malaria;

You shared me that the famous Alpha models of DeepLearning ( see broadcast of 60 minutes april 2023) which has mapped every human protein saving millions of human hours of work ( biggest ever change in biotech) don’t really use C G P T- so what does deep learning ai architecture use RSDE?

What is Reinforcement Learning?

What is Specific Task instead of General Purpose?

What are Deep Neural Networks?


What are Evolutionary Algorithms?

AdamSmith.app Moral Sentiments SDGs.games mapping with Guterres AIforGood decade became sustainability's gen's last chance of south-north and east-west- or the death of United Nations' world trade transparency

Here is Chatgpt May 2023 answer to comparing itself with biotech greatest ever leap alphafold
Sure, here's an analogy that may help: Imagine that CGPT-4 is like a language teacher who has read and understood a huge number of books in various languages. It has learned to understand the patterns and nuances of language, and can generate its own sentences and paragraphs based on what it has learned. When it encounters a new piece of text, it can use its understanding of language to make predictions about what will come next, and generate a response that makes sense in context.
On the other hand, Alphafold is like a puzzle solver who has been trained on a vast number of jigsaw puzzles. It has learned to recognize the patterns and shapes of puzzle pieces, and can predict how they fit together to form a complete picture. When it encounters a new puzzle, it can use its understanding of these patterns to make predictions about where each piece should go, and assemble the puzzle quickly and accurately : to question -...................................................................................
More questions: Q: Could you extend to include wizardry of Fei-Fei Li with comparison above a teacher of 12 year olds may use to vision similar and different work on architectures of CGPT4 and Alpha Deep Learning by Demis Hassibis

You mentioned major tech companies offer catalogues – 5 minute lesson plans on different wizard components. How do you find these?

60 seconds exercise: suppose for teen earthlings: 2020s is more exciting than 1960s moonrace decade of my teens; You mentioned searching ai for beginners but what if a teacher wants to help kids imagineer back from future of 2020s possibilities or just next 3 years of AI is epoch-changing


Q: please tell me how could a 5th grade teacher explain why Stanford HAI is proud of being one of the world's leading GAN (Generative Adversarial Network?)
Chatgpt reply23/5 -: A GAN, or Generative Adversarial Network, is a type of computer program that can create new things that look like they were made by humans. It works by having two players eg two artists who are trying to compete with each other. One player, called the generator, tries to create something new, like a picture of a dog. The other player, called the discriminator, tries to figure out if the picture was made by a human or by the generator. The generator keeps trying to make better pictures until the discriminator can't tell the difference between a picture made by a human and one made by the generator.
In simpler terms, a GAN is like having a computer artist that can create new pictures that look like they were made by a person, and it gets better the more it practices.
33 years ago we started practicing core brand transformation inspired by new systems modeling -eg of CK Prahalad & Gary Hamel- typically when needing to transform as large brand entity as the UN we'd propose better start again and then reverse takeover-; we realise that's not an option UN2.0 so urgent to address what's the 9 piece combo of UN2.0 Tech Envoy Team at Guterres HQ- how contextually value roadmaps for anyone SDG partnering Guterres: Global Connectivity since 1865 (ITU); AIforgoodreborn ITU 2018 stems from Neumann peers 100 times more tech per decade since 1935 -see dad's bio of vn
Digital Cooperation launched by Guterres 2018 but seen by those valuing youth generation as antidote to failure of millennium goals to value education more that primary school; Digital Capacity Building: sustainable gov tech requires UN2 to be skills benchmark wherever gov designed to empower; this leaves 4 traditional connections of UN to digitalise inclusion commons human rights so that trust/safety is brand's reality; 9th piece CODES environmental sustainability - this seems to have emerged as it became clear that cops may lead on adaptation but adaptation needs to be borderless community replication of deep solutions
379 UN Antonio Guterres :: Family & Smithian Diary: why 1984's 2025 report published to ask Economist Readers to co-search 3 billion new jobs 2025=1985 following on prt 1 teachforsdgs.com
Learning's Unconventional Worldwide Premieres
300 vriti world premier ed3 tour ^^^ NFT V 0 1 2 3

2025Report- download monthly update 100 learning networks millennials girls love most
(Economist Surveys inspired by Von Neumann 1984-1951; why 1936 dad & von neumann started 100 year race to prevent extinction; why dad's last year nominated Fazle Abed Entrepreneurial Revolution GOAT - who do you vote for SDGoats.com

00Fazle Abed: Which educational and economic partnerships most empower a billion women to end extreme poverty, and value their children’s sustainability? Fortunately for SDGS.games 2020s, start deep village maps around partners/alumni of 50 years of servant leadership by fazle abed 1970-2019

IN 1970, life expectancy tropical villages up to 25 years below world average _skills trainers priority last mile health world’s most trusted eds needed eg epidemiologists UNICEF Grant, Brilliant, later Jim KIm –& to end starvation food's borlaug

3) last mile health
2) agriculture for village food security

4)non-linear livelihood education
5) timing what platforms partners could facilitate entrepreneurial revolution not not just inclusive community but cooperation in full and meaningful entrepreneurial employment

financial entrepreneurial revolution for nation's people history excluded from machine age
billion women's Sustainability COLLABS 

 Intergenerational collaboration entrepreneur platforms 5.1  metavillage sustainable community building - women empowered:15000 families at a time;5.2   billion asian women,5.3  brac net; 5.4   asian universities share sdg graduates 5.5  climate smart village exchanges,5.6 meta and zoom-me up scotty

BANK FOR ALL 1.1  1.2  1.3   1.4   1.5   1.6 celebrate 30 most human collaborations from developing world of last half-century - inspiring  anyone valuing UN and youth as first sustainability generation
EDUCATION  adult village entrepreneurs 4.1; primary 4.2  ; teen 4.3; university4.4 ; pre-school4.5;tech multidisciplinary luminaries 4.6 
HEALTH oral rehydration 3.1 ;para health "doordash" basic meds 3,2; scale vaccination3.3 ;tuberculosis & 3.4  Frugal processes eg wash sanitation, maternity3.5  ; James Grant School of public health 3.6
FOOD/land security 2.1  rice; 2.2 veggie  2.3    cash crops & village fair; 2.4  poultry;2.5  dairy, 2,6  14 nation leading supply chains financial opportunities to end poverty ;
....................................please tell me how could a 5th grade teacher explain why Stanford HAI is proud of being one of the world's leading GAN (Generative Adversarial Network?)
Chatgpt reply23/5 -: A GAN, or Generative Adversarial Network, is a type of computer program that can create new things that look like they were made by humans. It works by having two players eg two artists who are trying to compete with each other. One player, called the generator, tries to create something new, like a picture of a dog. The other player, called the discriminator, tries to figure out if the picture was made by a human or by the generator. The generator keeps trying to make better pictures until the discriminator can't tell the difference between a picture made by a human and one made by the generator.
In simpler terms, a GAN is like having a computer artist that can create new pictures that look like they were made by a person, and it gets better the more it practices.

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 am i correct in thinking ESG was launched by UN in 2004- if so what do I need to look to for source intel


ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) refers to a set of criteria used to evaluate a company's performance in these areas. The term ESG was first used in the investment industry in 2004, and it has since become a widely used framework for assessing companies' non-financial performance.

However, ESG as a concept is not something that was launched by the United Nations in 2004. The UN has been promoting sustainable development and responsible business practices for many years, and it has played a key role in shaping the ESG agenda.

If you are looking for more information on the origins of ESG, you may want to start with academic literature and research papers on the subject. Some reputable sources include academic journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics, the Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, and the Journal of Environmental Investing.

Additionally, there are several organizations and associations dedicated to ESG research and advocacy, including the Global Reporting Initiative, the Principles for Responsible Investment, and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. You can also find information on ESG from financial institutions and asset managers who incorporate ESG criteria into their investment strategies.

can you tell me which year the un started talking about global compat and eg PPP public private partnerships geared to 21st Century's most human goals

The United Nations has been promoting global cooperation and public-private partnerships for sustainable development for many years. The UN has emphasized the importance of such partnerships in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which was adopted by the UN General Assembly in September 2015.

The 2030 Agenda consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are a set of global goals designed to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. The SDGs are meant to be achieved through a collaborative effort involving governments, the private sector, civil society, and other stakeholders.

The UN has been actively promoting public-private partnerships as a means of achieving the SDGs. In 2015, the UN launched the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development, which aims to catalyze and scale up multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development. The UN has also established the UN Global Compact, which is a voluntary initiative that encourages businesses to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies.

Therefore, it is not possible to attribute a specific year to the UN's promotion of public-private partnerships geared to 21st century's most human goals, as it has been an ongoing effort for many years.

Which year exactly was global compact first adopted as a huge arena of UN dialogue. I think it must have been after the millennial goals because before their proclamation there wasn't a clear ask of un and corpoartes

The UN Global Compact was launched in 2000, prior to the adoption of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2001. The Global Compact was announced by then-UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 31, 2000.

The Global Compact is a voluntary initiative that calls on companies to align their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. The initiative is based on the idea that business can be a force for good in society, and that companies have a responsibility to contribute to sustainable development and the achievement of the SDGs.

The Global Compact has grown to become the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative, with over 12,000 signatories from more than 160 countries. It provides a platform for companies to engage in dialogue and collaboration with other stakeholders, including civil society, governments, and the UN, on issues related to sustainable development.

Therefore, it can be said that the Global Compact was adopted as a huge arena of UN dialogue in the year 2000, before the adoption of the MDGs in 2001. However, the adoption of the MDGs did help to raise awareness about the importance of sustainable development and the role of the private sector in achieving it.

I believe it was also Kofi Annan that popularised ESG at least within UN headquarters. Do you know if it was same time as he announced global compact at UNGA sept 2020or one of UNGA years after that?

Kofi Annan was a strong advocate for corporate social responsibility and sustainable development during his time as UN Secretary-General from 1997 to 2006. He played a key role in launching the UN Global Compact in 2000, which called on businesses to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies.

However, the term "ESG" (Environmental, Social, and Governance) was not widely used in the investment industry until several years later. While Kofi Annan did not coin the term ESG, he did emphasize the importance of sustainability and social responsibility in business during his tenure as UN Secretary-General.

It is not clear from your question whether you are referring to the UN General Assembly (UNGA) in September 2020 or a previous year. However, Kofi Annan stepped down as UN Secretary-General in 2006, so he would not have been present at any UNGA meetings after that date.

In summary, while Kofi Annan was a strong advocate for sustainable development and social responsibility in business, it is not clear if he played a direct role in popularizing the term "ESG" within the UN headquarters or the investment industry.

Which year did ESG start becoming popular in investment industry?

The use of the term "ESG" (Environmental, Social, and Governance) in the investment industry started gaining popularity in the mid-2000s, around the same time that the UN Global Compact was launched. However, it was not until later in the decade that ESG factors began to be integrated into investment decision-making in a more systematic way.

One important milestone in the development of ESG investing was the launch of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) in 2006, which is a UN-supported initiative that encourages investors to incorporate ESG factors into their investment processes. The PRI has since grown to become the world's largest investor initiative on ESG issues, with over 3,000 signatories representing more than $100 trillion in assets under management.

Another important development was the publication of the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) in 2007, which collects and reports on companies' carbon emissions and climate change strategies. The CDP has since expanded to cover other environmental and social issues, and is widely used by investors to assess companies' ESG performance.

Since then, the use of ESG criteria in investment decision-making has continued to grow, driven in part by increasing demand from investors for sustainable and responsible investment options. Today, many investment managers and institutional investors have formal ESG policies and processes in place, and ESG investing is becoming more mainstream.

Which year did CSR start to become popular; i was at Price waterhouse from the start of the 1990s where with some help from Econsomist sub-editors of tech for good I had published my book world class brands arguing for a sea-change in media responsibility. My recollection is CSR started to become popular before 1995 but which year?

The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been around for many decades, but it began to gain greater attention and popularity in the 1990s.

In the early 1990s, a number of high-profile corporate scandals, such as the Exxon Valdez oil spill and the Nike sweatshop scandal, brought attention to the negative social and environmental impacts of business operations. At the same time, the emergence of socially responsible investing and ethical consumerism signaled a growing interest in the social and environmental practices of corporations.

The year 1994 was a significant one for the development of CSR, as it saw the publication of the book "Managing Corporate Social Responsibility" by Archie Carroll. Carroll's book proposed a framework for CSR that has since become widely adopted, which includes four types of responsibilities: economic, legal, ethical, and philanthropic.

In the years following the publication of Carroll's book, CSR began to be more widely discussed and adopted by businesses and organizations. In 1999, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) was founded, which developed a framework for sustainability reporting that has become widely used by companies around the world.

Therefore, while the concept of CSR has been around for many decades, it can be said that it began to gain significant popularity and attention in the mid-1990s, particularly after the publication of Archie Carroll's book in 1994.

Yes I remember predecessors of GRR before 1999 -none of them were mathematically satisfying as audit systems independent of bifg 5 tangible accounting - although brookings started unseen wealth as a study filed circa 1999 and the REU had its intangibles prism project both were shut down by 2004 -but why? the crises of too big to fail only got bigger and bigger due to lack of valuetrue csr, esg or GRR?

It is difficult to point to a single reason why initiatives such as Brookings' Unseen Wealth and the REU's Intangibles Prism Project were shut down by 2004. However, it is worth noting that the measurement and reporting of intangible assets, such as a company's social and environmental impact, has long been a challenge for the accounting profession.

One reason for this is that these types of assets are often difficult to quantify and assign a financial value to, which makes them more challenging to incorporate into traditional accounting frameworks. This has led to a lack of standardization and consistency in how companies report on their social and environmental impacts.

Additionally, the financial crises of the late 2000s highlighted a number of weaknesses in the financial system, including inadequate risk management practices and a lack of transparency and accountability. In the aftermath of these crises, there has been increasing recognition of the importance of non-financial factors, such as environmental and social risks, in assessing a company's long-term sustainability and financial performance.

As a result, there has been renewed interest in developing more robust and standardized frameworks for measuring and reporting on ESG factors. Initiatives such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) have been established to address these issues and help companies better understand and report on their ESG performance.

Your summary of what exponential risks have multiplied and responses in very transatlantic- can you give me any refenences how pacific 2/3 of humans have have tried to apply intelligent systems tools and AIforSDGs

Yes, there are a number of initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region that are applying intelligent systems tools and AI for the SDGs. Here are a few examples:

  1. AI for Social Good Asia Pacific (AI4SG APAC): This is a platform for collaboration and innovation in AI for social good across the Asia Pacific region. It brings together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to share knowledge and develop solutions for the SDGs.

  2. AI for Sustainable Development (AISD) Asia: This is a project led by the Asian Development Bank that aims to accelerate the adoption and scaling of AI for sustainable development in Asia. It focuses on developing AI solutions for key sectors such as agriculture, energy, and health.

  3. AI for Good Pacific: This is a regional initiative that aims to harness the power of AI to address social and environmental challenges in the Pacific. It brings together stakeholders from across the region to collaborate on AI projects and initiatives.

  4. AI and Robotics for Sustainable Future: This is a program led by the United Nations Development Programme that aims to explore the potential of AI and robotics for achieving the SDGs in the Asia-Pacific region. It focuses on developing AI and robotics solutions for key areas such as disaster risk reduction, health, and education.

  5. Asia-Pacific AI for Education Forum: This is an annual forum that brings together stakeholders from across the education sector to explore the potential of AI for improving learning outcomes and achieving the SDGs.

These are just a few examples of the many initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region that are applying intelligent systems tools and AI for the SDGs.