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

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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

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1 comment:

  1. bard says 10 magic moments of maths up to 1900, along with their approximate dates:

    Magic moment of maths Approximate date
    The invention of the number zero 5th century BC
    The development of algebra 8th century AD
    The invention of calculus 17th century
    The development of geometry 3000 BC
    The invention of trigonometry 2nd century AD
    The development of probability and statistics 17th century
    The development of number theory 3rd century BC
    The invention of logic 6th century BC
    The development of set theory 19th century
    The invention of non-Euclidean geometry 19th century

    It is difficult to say exactly when each of these magic moments of maths started to free those who linked in around them. However, it is clear that maths has had a profound impact on society throughout history. For example, the invention of the number zero made it possible to develop complex mathematical systems, which in turn led to advances in science, engineering, and commerce. The development of algebra made it possible to solve complex problems and to develop new mathematical theories, which have led to advances in a wide range of fields, such as physics, chemistry, and economics.

    Maths has also played an important role in social and political movements. For example, the development of probability and statistics was used to justify the abolition of slavery in the 18th century. The development of number theory was used to develop cryptography codes, which were used to protect communication during World War II.

    Today, maths is used in a wider range of applications than ever before. Maths is used to develop new technologies, to solve complex problems, and to make informed decisions. Maths is also used to create art, music, and other forms of creative expression.