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.

Thursday, September 15, 2022

year of ed revolution -part 2 digital global cooperation UN

histiry 2016 at un hq saw first annual review of sdg4 education - sadly reports for most places wont happen in 21st C unless educators and tech unsiloise everything - 2 people satrted a movement - the next day 4 were uniting un hq ny and all tech and trade experts in geneva- sinec then the whole of UN2.0 sees global digital cooperation (thanks to ed tech networkers) as cornerstore of youth's ssutainability - see also https://www.un.org/techenvoy/

nearly 12 months ago un leader guterres declared a year of searching actions to resolve education no longer fit for purpose - we coming to some peak debriefs - I will try edit clearer summaries when I have time - questions /responses post below or rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 


Thu, 15 Sept at 04:03
Global Partnership for Education

The global education community is gathering in New York this week and next for the Transforming Education Summit. Many side events, meetings and celebrations will take place during and on the margins of the main program.

Here, we highlight the events where GPE is taking a leading or active role. All times below are in US Eastern Time (New York).

You can watch the summit live on UN Web TV, and follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram during the summit for the latest updates and conversations.

Friday, September 16
  • Organizers: GPE, UNESCO
  • Time: 12:00 –13:00
  • Location: UNHQ - Room CR-12

Nearly 40 million children a year have their education interrupted by disasters and disease outbreaks following extreme weather events. Without immediate action to address the impacts of climate change, the global learning crisis is likely to intensify, especially for the most vulnerable children.

Led by GPE Chief Technical Officer, this session will spotlight the experiences of young activists from around the world and hear solutions to build resilient education systems.

Saturday, September 17


  • Organizers: Education Above All, Qatar, Sierra Leone, World Bank, GPE
  • Time: 11:45–12:45
  • Location: UNHQ - Room CR-11

GPE Acting CEO Charles will attend this session, which supports the summit’s Action Track Five - Financing of Education. Funding education requires going beyond existing commitments to find universal, sustainable and systemic solutions. In particular, the issue of debt servicing will be addressed, as it represents a considerable obstacle to development in general, and to funding education in particular.


  • Time: 13:00–14:30
  • Location: UNHQ - Room CR-4

The world is witnessing an alarming increase in the number of people affected by armed conflict, forced displacement, and other crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, education received only 22% of the funds requested, far less than other sectors. This session will present the Commitment to Action: Education in Crisis to transform how education services are provided during and after emergencies.

  • Organizers: El Salvador, Niger, Plan International, UNGEI, Transform Education, GPE
  • Time: 13:00–14:00
  • Location: UNHQ – ECOSOC Chamber
  • View speakers

This session will focus on practical and impactful examples of gender transformative education and demonstrate how the power of education, from pedagogy to policy, can address and undo harmful gender norms and stereotypes and promote gender equality in schools, communities and societies. A multi stakeholder panel will share various facets of gender transformative education in practice and make a case for the kind of investments necessary to leverage the gender transformative power of education. 

  • Organizers: Belgium, Fiji, Global Campaign for Education, GPE, World Bank, UNESCO
  • Time: 14:45-16:15
  • Location: UNHQ – Room CR-4

This session will identify and discuss flagship interventions or policy options to enhance available financing for education globally under the perspective of the universal right to quality education in a lifelong learning perspective. Speakers will also highlight synergies for ways to allocate funds more equitably and efficiently.

Monday, September 19

EDUCATION IN SITUATIONS OF CRISIS (Main program - Spotlight sessions)

  • Time: 11:45–13:15
  • Location: UNHQ
Despite increased levels of educational needs, education appeals receive less than 2.5% of humanitarian funding; aid to education is stagnating and declining globally. At this session, the Commitment to Action: Education in Crisis will be launched. GPE Board Chair, President Jakaya Kikwete, will participate.


  • Time: 13:28–13:58
  • Location: Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
This session will amplify the voices of youth activists from around the world on the importance of gender transformative education and their experiences in their different regions and contexts. 


  • Organizers: Ghana, France, Japan, Finland, Senegal, ECW, UNICEF, UNESCO, Malala Foundation, LEGO
  • Time: 15:15–16:15
  • Location: Ford Foundation building
  • View speakers

This session will demonstrate the global resolve to reshape the reality for the least developed countries through redoubling commitment to transform education for the children left furthest behind. Co-hosted by H.E. Nana Akufo Addo, President of Ghana, the event will provide several Heads of State, the GPE Board chair and GPE youth leaders the opportunity to showcase their political will, progress, and commitment to seize the once-in-a-generation opportunity to create a brighter future for all.

Wednesday, September 21


  • Organizers: Estonia, Japan, GBC-Education
  • Time: 09:30–11:30
  • Location: Reid Smith Offices
Technology solutions for education are increasingly seen as a way to bridge gaps in learning, infrastructure and teaching resources. This event will bring together leading private sector actors engaged in technology for education to identify potential areas of collaboration and roles for the business community.

GPE is a shared commitment to ending the world's learning crisis. It is the only global partnership and fund dedicated entirely to helping children in lower-income countries get a quality education, so they can unlock their potential and contribute to building a better world.

septembers education revolution - part 1 africa

world record jobs coordinator (Abed Alumni) Reeta Roy Mastercard Foundation

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To: "chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk" <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, 15 September 2022 at 00:43:32 GMT-4
Subject: Event Reminder: Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Opening Ceremony and Future


Event Reminder!

Watch the livestream of the Baobab Summit celebrating 10 years of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program and the Path Forward

Today, September 15, 2 pm-5 pm EAT
Watch online here:
Baobab Summit 2022
Also streaming on YouTube and Facebook

Join the conversation on social media: #scholars10

Opening Ceremony
2pm - 5pm EAT

Watch the Opening Ceremony, which includes the special tradition of the Flag Ceremony, where Scholars and universities represent their countries of origin. Learn about the future of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program and the needs of the global marketplace through discussions with Scholars and guest panelists. Welcome remarks by Zein Abdalla, Chairman of the Mastercard Foundation Board of Directors, which will be followed by a discussion with inaugural Scholars Program partners.

Click Here to Watch the Live Event at 2pm EAT

What’s on the agenda:
Welcome Remarks
 with Zein Abdalla, Chairman of the Mastercard Foundation Board of Directors

Flag Ceremony: witness the energized procession of flags representing the countries our Scholars are from.
Reflective Moments with
 Bior Ajak, McGill University, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Alumni, South Sudan
• Lynda Alvarado Cruz, EARTH University, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Alumni, Honduras

Where We Started
Full list of speakers
• Reeta Roy, President and CEO, Mastercard Foundation
• Ann Cotton, Founder and Trustee, CAMFED
• Iman Nuwayhid, Professor & Former Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, American University of Beirut
• Patrick Awuah, Founder & President, Ashesi University
• Jos é Zaglul, Former President, EARTH University
• James Mwangi, Executive Chairman, Equity Group Foundation
• Chris Bradford, Co-Founder, African Leadership Academy
• Fred Swaniker, Founder, African Leadership Group

Moderated by Julie Gichuru, Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Mastercard Foundation


A Bold & Audacious Future

Join this important conversation about the future of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program with Phil Cotton, Director, Human Capital Development at the Mastercard Foundation.

Reflection with Marion Apio, Makarere University, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Alumni, Co-Founder, Girls Alive, Uganda
Performance by Nkosinathi Mzembe, Ashesi University, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Alumni, Zambia