With help from Von Neumann ED , EL is in year 73 of celebrating Game : Architect Intelligence (Ai) - players welcome .. some jargon

Sunday, July 9, 2023

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 At AIGames  and EE we help gamify intelligence to celebrate advancing humanity- who's done that most 1950-2025 , and which brain tools advance human livelihoods integrating goals the younger half of the world must celebrate uniting to be the first renewable generation ; i love exploring where did mathematicians throughout history create magic advancing all humans- here's a top 10 list before 1900 that bard  LLM suggests

Its important that educators (and indeed parents, students, public servants, all of society) see that you dont need to "do the maths" to see the freedom that multiplies where societies apply it-

i may be biased as my father was lucky to train economic journalists aligned to von neumann's intention in advancing the computational/digital age from 1951 - 73 years of notes suggest that while Neumann-Einstein_Turing certainly started many 100 times more tech expnoenetails (eg moores law 100 times more silico chip capacity per decade now 80 billion transistors on nvidia) - BUT the societal and educational  benefits of vision computing informing and being informed by neuroscience have only taken off in the last 15 yeras or so - i see humansai as far the most likely way of sustainability goals announced in 2015 being achievable- so a key focus of AIgames is who are today's mathematicians continuing part 2 0f Von Neumann's magic   and how do get kids/techhers of every age group to try out the new ai
foi 7 year olds are dance, and drawing the bset way to start as here?
for 10+ year olds are natire and moral sentiments/teamwork the best way 
for any age that mathematucs genii may want to join in sharung vison ai - are these 4 neural network min-i curricula optimal?

if you think ai modules for different ages need to be on different subjects - love to hear from you chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Here's summary context - please tell me if its obvious who would be most appropriate to assess this inquiry

Sincerely Chris Macrae + 1 240 316 8157 Norman Macrae Foundation chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Back in 1951, Editor Geoffrey Crowther seconded my father Norman Macrae to Princeton and New York for a year- dad became the biographer/journalist of futures inspired by von Neumann's networks as well as those of leaders ranging from management's Peter Drucker to world inspiration JF Kennedy

In addition to dad's 40 years of work at The Economist, from early 1980s I helped co-author future histories (Genre 2025 Report :  Matt Ridley's review) and research von Neumann biography

A while ago I was chatting to von Neumann's daughter Marina and we started asking/mapping if Von Neumann or dad and pst friends were alive today, whose intelligence/vision for human advancement would they value most 2025-1950.

Its my hypothesis, and that of maths friends in NY who want to help UN sustainability Goals to advance ,that only Architects of Intel can return systems to sustainability of generations. So our proposal is Gamify Architects of Intelligence by curating first tours of inspirational human intelligences as well as inviting people to substitute players for their own fantasy league segmentations. By this means, we can counter noise/politics spun by fear of AI

Ultimately extinction would be the world's biggest maths error, but that's no reason to passively let that happen/ We are talking about mapping human intelligence designs/actions in deep communities as well as through tech platforms


We have tested chapters of 3 types;
 Alpha is chronological so eg Crowther Neumann Einstein Turing Kennedy -what would the world uniquely miss without linking  these visionary agents of intergenerational good

Route Gamma is back from 2025's leading AI for good eg Hassabis Fei-Fei Li, Pichai, Leila Ibrahim

Route Beta hops in between 2025-1951 to extraordinary meetings of mind- when dad died The Japan Ambassador to Bangladesh arranged for me to follow up what happened when Steve Jobs in 2001 Silicon Valley hosted 65th birthday party of Fazle Abed who converted from being Royal Dutch Shell regional ceo to 50 years of empowering bottom of pyramid 1 billion women (this most unusual innovation took 16 trips to Bangladesh to fully catalogue  abedmooc.com  during the 5 years leading up to the sdgs launch 2015 and the 5 that followed

We believe gamifying Architect Intelligence can help multilateral leaders like Guterres end green washing; between my father and I. we traveled to Asia 100 times so representing each hemispheres priority future intels is designed into version 0 of this game.  So for example. regarding Asia's 60+% of beings, I hope we may yet make progress on where James Wilson left off back in 1860

Stanford’s Fei-Fei Li and Rob Reich joins a panel of experts during President Biden’s meeting on AI.

Now is America’s Moonshot Moment for AI, Says Stanford HAI Leaders

At a recent meeting with President Joe Biden, Stanford HAI faculty Fei-Fei Li and Rob Reich urged U.S. investment and leadership to unlock AI's potential.

A Faster Way to Train Large Language Models

A Stanford team has developed Sophia, a new way to optimize the pretraining of large language models that’s twice as fast as current approaches.

Me, Myself and AI

Artificial intelligence has entered a new era. How should we be thinking about the changes coming to our jobs, healthcare, relationships, and creativity? HAI scholars weigh in.

Using AI to Better Predict Wildfire Spread

Stanford researchers examine how physical features, like wind speed, affect the flight paths of dangerous burning embers to improve future AI models for predicting wildfire spread.


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Decoding the EU Artificial Intelligence Act

This webinar on the EU AI Act brought together a distinguished panel of leading AI policy researchers and policymakers from the United States and the European Union to discuss the key provisions in the draft Act and its implications for the tech industry and transatlantic relationship.
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AI Snake Oil is Here, And It’s a Distraction (Yahoo! Finance)

Many companies are now promoting AI-based solutions. But do these solutions actually use AI? And, if so, are they really beneficial? Stanford Digital Economy Lab director Erik Brynjolfsson shares his thoughts.

AI Models Fall Short of Draft EU Rules, Researchers Say (Financial Times)

A Stanford study ranked 10 AI models against the EU’s draft AI regulation and found that the companies building these tools are falling short, particularly on copyright.
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Friday, July 7, 2023

Welcome to AI Architect Intelligence Game - mission 1 celebrate first 52 players wanted for worldwide uniting of sdg goods; we suggest 3 intros to intelligence touring 2025-1945: 

 α chronological:   Neumann Einstein Turing Courant, JFK , Crowther (autobiographer of Economists' first 100 years and architect either side of world war 2.In,  july 2023 we asked Bard what President Kennedy thought of Economist purpose. In a speech to the American Newspaper Publishers Association in 1961. Kennedy said

"The Economist is one of the most respected journals in the world. It is read by men and women of affairs in every country. It is a journal of ideas, and it is a journal of facts. It is a journal that is not afraid to speak its mind, even when its views are unpopular." Kennedy's quote suggests that he respected The Economist and its ideas. He also saw The Economist as a valuable source of information for policymakers and business leaders 

γ back from future of 2020s Guterres ... Fei-Fei Li Demis Hassabis Lila Ibrahim 

β anywhere in between helping understand eg actions communities need for sustainability: eg steve jobs and his hosting 2001 silicon valley of 65th birthday wish party of fazle abed - at which both committed to total change of university and ed systems inspired by poverty allevaition intelligence of 1billion girls

ITU/UN2/AIgood- final frontier :HGWells civilisation is race between education and collapse:  Between 1843 and 1993 the purpose of The Economist was to support UK Royal family (first 20-something queen vicioria) change world impacts from empiring over people to commonwealth of ending hunger and poverty; during friends of The Economist's third half century journalists was pre-trained to ask Von Neumann's scoop - which intelligences will help humans unite technologies of brains and tele-communicating?. 


Neumann's  most intelligent co-workers - Net-Neumann Einstein Turing and after 1956 NYU's Courant and from 1962 probably Macarthy - knew too well that first 80 years of tele- media hubbed out of Switzerland's ITU from 1865! had crashed into 2 world wars; they believed prudence would make 2025 give or take a few years deadline - for stainability's exponenetials not or extinction's to be our childrens futures. 

AT EL,  we ask you to play game Architect Intelligence - which 52 players  intelligence cards would Neumann and th e NRET vote theitr legacy helping to celebrating time spent connectmg every teacher and child ; worldwide (linking every GPS) to good intelligence roadmapping. 

That doesnt mean most of us need to perform as Einsteins, but a teacher of teens who doesn;t know 10 deepest gifts Einstein gave the world probably needs a different job in a world where shared intelligence determines everyone's future possibilities

.Actually by 2030 we have chartered since 1984:  the likelihood of the days of a child's life depending on a few teachers will be over. Education will be more important but almost all teachers will be local skills mentors, Firtunately Steve Jobs hosted a party in 2001 to celebrate this education innovation with Asian world's number 1 colaboration designed of girls ending poverty. (S0 the intel on how to do this is now 23 years and leaping out of Valley spaces such as Stanford and deep brain hubs)

FROM 1984, a spinoff genre of The Economist called 2025 report added an extra valuetrue hypothesis. 10 years into this genere the first full biography of von neumann was published.

MILLENNIALS EDUCATION CAN ONLY BE FIT for Uniting 8 billion beings purpose when every person has their own digital skills dshboald and personal LLM trainer. Of course we welcome improved visons but since 1984 that's been our best guess of what uniting 8 billion beings futures around will need at a bare minimum of goog

Wednesday, July 5, 2023

Game of Architect Intelligence - are you role playing α β γ

Intelligence year 73 of diarists trained by von neumann & Net Princeton 1951 

α want to make sure AI foundations good - what did eg jfk kennedy, v neumann einstein , turing, coiurant want technology to unite around people? have we lost track when it comes to designing world in which each next girl born has fair chnace at life? γ are asking back from 2030 or 2025 if we started with seeing everything one or two ai for good you tube who first; whom do I know designing projects that need best ai can be; β ask did we get spaced out of seeing good directions last time at huge changes in digital world standards  eg 2009 where ITU 4G data from every gps re-intelligences the world, or 1999 when dotcom boom turned into something starting 21st C on even worse trajectory than world wars 20th C -see chaosmathsguide

If you are a teacher or student you probably need  cooperation skills in all 3 plays-others may want to ask what's the most life critical challenge at my family's GPS right now? will a language model be tailored to share intelligence needed in communities i love most

Who do you vote for ? We're here to learn (try out how bard has helped us - do you have a bard chat we can post? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  -sample chaosforall


v Neumann , Crowther



Courant mathsdao1.docx

JFK & Korolev satellites

Moore&Royce chips


Soros&Rand -soros first maths billionnaire and top "pure" phianthropist 


Prince Charles & Hitohito 1964 Z(inter-gene reconciliastion) Tokyo Olympics and japan calciulator company requires intel to invent programmable chip

OR in the middle between 1984 and 2001 what would humans miss without Steve Jobs and Fazle Abed



\or back from future what would we miss today without


Fei-Fei Li Stanford since 2009, HAI since 2019) and Hassabis 2(deep mind 2010 - first billionaire of regenerative ai to fund stanford, alphafold2 has donated 200000 protein database; capuses connect london ; new york courant, Valley mountain view : google brain ...)


hulin zhao, melinda gates

Page & Brin    (allen)

Asian ceo leadership at5 Google Nvidia Microsoft

Jerry Yang's Asia-Stanford network including masa Son Li Ka Shing, overlaps with Schwarzman scholars & Hong Kong

Sunday, July 2, 2023

Anyone interested in gamifying AIGood?

 resource chats from bard.solar mathsdao1.docx   booknet5.docx at linkedin unwomens

ED  maths ABEDmooc AIsdgs.com Attached 4 pages summarises 75 year of notes on related mapping Architect Intelligence. My father Norman Macrae was seconded to Princeton 1951 to be trained by Von Neumann to be The Economist's dual correspondent on Architects Intelligence together with his prior 28 years of experiencing Keynesian end poverty economics. 
with global futures forum millennials 23-24 Particularly interested in checking AI UN NY and NYU Courant Maths as deep mind partner super AIgood maps urgently changing any grade of teachers who want to help their grade rise with sdg global village futures. Plugins offer way to differentiate LLMs for good (see eg allen institute NLP catalogue covid & coming soon climate)  from other "mad avenue" chats of chaos. (I se courant is 3 miles away from hq instead of 3 blocks but 10 years work on worlds biggest brands in mad ave didn't help me see much good.! 

Happy Interdependence- & All the AI Best Summit chris macrae EL: NY-DC-Glasgow-HK  +1 240 316 8157

Saturday, June 17, 2023


in 2008 econmistlearning.com started an annual college student game WorldRecordJobs.com- -we wanted to go beyond subprime and were starting what became 16 trips to bangladesh to understand intel 1 billion gorls shared in the human development miracle of topical village poverty alleviation www.abedmooc.com– which pack of 52 cards to carry around as fantasy league conversation started of who’s help millennials design good and sustainable lives

For the year climaxing in un global future summit spet 2024 – we are asking bard LLM for a helping hand and our focal context AI-Architecture of Intelligence. Do you have a game card nomination chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Unsummitfuture.com Economistdiary.com  ed3envoyUn.com

Tuesday, May 16, 2023

AI Serial Giant Leapers

Stanford President Tessier + 2 Directors appointed to lead Stanford HAI Fei-Fei Li and John Etchemendy

Reid Hoffman panel moderator of Demis Hassibis Jeff Dean Chris Manning Alison Gopnik

Michael Frank Percy Liang   Serya Ganguli

Bill Gates with Amy Jin and Stephani Tena-Meza - full speakers  -full planning committee


 Lead Peers of Von Neumann had all gone by his death in  1957 but they had left behind at least 3 innovations streams in one: hardware, coiding or software, how would human brains behaviors change the more time spent in digital world-one reminder of slow slow quick quick slow is schools- i was in last gen to use slide rulers; when i git to high school my pride & joy a pocket calculator; whilst i saw people pumnching cards to program mainframes at university in europe at least online terminals linking mini computer arrived circa 1971; and for much longer than that those who did ai were programing in heuristics from experts; this isn't what breakthrough AI has done since 2006 when eg fei-fei li started training a computer's vision analogously to a baby's brain- it took one heck of a lot of computing power to do this; and although the mobile web2 era eclipsted invenet in deep ai fir 7 or more yeras its HAI at Stanford 2019 that I'd suggest as dual benchmark for magic leaps beyond human brainpower alone and desire to maintain AI as tool to augment what humans do best

upd  NAIRR OCT 2021

This month, researchers affiliated with the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence released a blueprint for how to build a National AI Research Resource (NAIRR), a system that would allow the broader AI academic research community to access the expensive computing and data resources to conduct fundamental and non-commercial AI research. The report, a culmination of a multidisciplinary two-quarter practicum offered at Stanford Law School and based on dozens of interviews with leading computer scientists, government officials, and policy experts, outlines the necessary steps to create this resource

Monday, May 8, 2023

Timeline of Intel and Economics

 This is what our diaries have recorded - we welcome additional diary inputs

ED: 1951 was when Economist Journalists first met Von Neumann in Princeton and decided that  the intended mediation futures of The Economist founded 1843 (to assist Queen Victoria in redesigning Empire maps towards Commonwealth goals of ending poverty and ending hunger through designing above zero-sum trade) and alumni of Princeton's maths TEN (Turing Einstein Neumann) were humanly, as well as logically, convergent.

 Von Neumann et al used the term artificial machines (probably coined historically by Babbage!)- Neumann's last work  (written during his last 18 months ) is book "The Computer and the Brain". This is fundamental to deep discussion of Human and Inhuman Artificial Intel!. Recent media frenzy demanding 6 months halt to AI seems to be as unreasonable as demanding a halt to economics  -at least from perspective of 73 year learning curve

Titles of last parts of Neumann book on Computer & Brain are: Digital and Analogue parts in the Nervous System; Role of Genetic mechanism

Codes & Their Role in the functioning of a machine: complete code, short code

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As early as 1945 Von Neumann had told his wife - my supermaths generation's work on energy is going to make scientists both the most hated and wanted of people; one day the exponential consequences of artificial machines will be even more climactic to our species future. We hypothesise the exponential systems mapping intel around Ten alumni is where to find foundations of today's crisis of opportunity and threat in HAI "double loop". Von Neumann asked Economist journalists to continuously interview (brand charter) leaders- what goods will peoples unite wherever they are privileged to first access at least 100 tines more tech per decade? The first of  The Economist's decade-long learning curves concluded 1961 (see right) 1961 reveals  5 geonomic place labs exploring 100 times mo(o)re tech from now until computer memories exceed humans capacity: Swiss corridors where coms worldwide sectors began at ITU 1865 and since 1945 UN's digital tech twin; the two UNDPrincetion corridors N to Boston via eg IBM and Yale; South by S.West via DC to Houston soecialising in energy/nuclear and space. West Coast :Francis-Clare corridor with Stanford as its epicentre. Japan south coastal belt which by 1961 had linkedin Korea S and emerging Taiwan (as Chinese minds first lab in entrepreneurial freedom) since Brit's 1860 opium wars had closed down China's trading relationships. President Kennedy approved this 5-intel-space map 1962. 

Please note the actual twinning of AI Labs (MIT and Stanford) was advanced by McCarthy 1960 on. Chatgpt credits Macarthy with coining the term AI but adds this :   John McCarthy, who was one of the pioneers of artificial intelligence (AI), did refer to John von Neumann's book "The Computer and the Brain" in his own work.

In fact, McCarthy cited von Neumann's book as a key influence on his own thinking about AI and the relationship between computers and the human brain. In particular, McCarthy was interested in von Neumann's ideas about the similarities between the processing capabilities of the brain and those of a digital computer.

McCarthy also drew on von Neumann's work in his development of the programming language LISP, which is still widely used in AI research and programming today. LISP was designed to be a flexible and powerful language that could support the creation of complex algorithms and simulations, and it remains an important tool for researchers working in fields such as natural language processing and robotics.

Sunday, May 7, 2023

Depending how you analyse Reuter's data on good and large economy countries to be mediated by Japan comes close to top and USA bottom with peculiar twist that at its top Eurocrat bureaucracy is even more ivory tower than even US.s moonshine extractors

At EconomistJapan.com we have started to ask BARD and others how to maximise ai demos at Osaka Expo - this is an ideal time to search ahead, connect Japan's UN investments in AI, and identity long-run leverage eg from bringing data science to the world stage of 2019 G7- Agenda Osaka Track. There are many "broken systew" challenges to millennials life and times  eg climate where its absolutely essential youth can bridge asian and western transformational creativity - please say if you have ideas on celebrating this . 


Also fresh off press our 73rd annual review of what von neumann might expect Good Ai worldwide to be advancing now - particularly the view that Human AI maps how well places are spending peoples time in ways unseeable before but which may now explain whether ai good leaps way ahead of harmful ai.

help catalogue where ai did good in mitagating covid rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

-eg was thailand's singlestore and true digital one benchmark

was valencia's xprize (itu) winner aworld class mapping model  https://ellisalicante.org/xprize_valencia

Human Intel' greatest twin leapmakers? youtube case 1 Stanford HAI FFL and DL Demis Hassibis

 Youtube latest of HAI's Fei-Fei Li & DL's Demis Hassibis (some datings are approx)

4/23 Fei-Fei Li & Demis Hassabis: Using AI to Accelerate Scientific Discovery
3/23 HAI Transforming safety FFL * Hoffman

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3/23 AI vs. Human: "Everything the brain does is computable" — DeepMind CEO
10/22 DeepMind's Demis Hassabis on the future of AI | The TED Interview
6/22Demis Hassabis: DeepMind - AI, Superintelligence & the Future of Humanity | Lex Fridman Podcast #299
There’s Only Two Subjects Worth Studying | Demis Hassabis | Google Zeitgeist

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