we'd welcome diarists of how the following grew organically as community and youth goal cooperations buit are hard to see today even as everything the UN (and any multilateral platforms) does to support youth's futures depends on yai and aivertygood celebrating each other
Monday, January 1, 2024
Monday, October 2, 2023
now that the rector of the United Nations University is south african he has a challenging networking job connecing African HAI with Guterres HAI
as far as we can see these people have kep artificial intel open and community diverse sibce 2009 but we cant find many african connectrs yet - fow can t we help Un Uni Rector
AI20s & AIverygood hall of fame *dedication Von Neumann
09.1 Dr Fei-Fei Li (FFL) 1 arrives from Princeton at Stanford - she's probably first mathematician in 50 years to emulate Neumann-Einstein-Turing but she would never claim that- she begins annual open vision computer deep learning competition imagenet: her doctorate blends neuroscience and computing in new to 21st c world idea :if we train computers to see we can ask them to solve challenges they see all around humans without most of traditional computer programing
09.2 At Stanford Andrew Ng best teacher 92.23 founder of Mooc, also AIfund and Stanford's Mr coding greets FFL
09.3 at Stanford Jerty Yang who has sold yahoo now investing in us-asia graduates stanford as well as clouds etc
09.4 Hassabis comes from london - exchanges theses with FFL; the two set forth to change world with best ai; 2011 Hasabis gets funds to launch deepmind company; merges with google 2014 ; leads world in science ai; eg alphfold2 translates ability as world champion at go to mapping 200000 proteins donated in an open databank saving biotech millions of years of work
11.1 Jefffrey Dean 1 2 founds google brain - now sister towns mountain view and stanford (palo alto) ready for humanity's ost exciting race with intelligence
13.1 Jim Kim at world bank is first multilateral leader to talk about how can ai help- his persistence transfers to Guterres
13.2 Ms Clara Wu Tsai HU0 1 2 (Stanford alumn 88, Brooklyn Resident 1 2 3) lead funder of Stanford Neuroscience building; also Yale Neuroscience; Many Brooklyn foundations & sports- racial justice 50mn previously HK
17.2 Melinda Gates
17.3 ceo nvidia jensen huang (1) helps co-found ai-4-all.org with melinda gates- schools curriculum edited by fei-fei li ai-4=all.org including ai dance for 7 year olds up- see range of 10 currcula and intent to mentor high school engineering girls into good ai college pathways<br>
17.4 stanford alumni/google leaders
17.5 Paul Allen foundation AI2 etioni
those who have sposored labs etc on campus give first chance to join launches of stanford hai -see eg 17.6 hoffman- ai projects comoetition with yee
17.7 prscilla chan czi lab stanford plus 2
17.8 nobel chemist jennifer doudno gene databank - ffl and jennifer become good friends comparing similarities in their work
see his review of Melinda Gates opening momentsoflift
23 another giant leap for education - who'd want to school where teachers not aware of melinda gates 4 book library - empowering womens intelligence; and giant convergence of HAI as hassabis deep mind london merges with google brain
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The Water Angels' work was important because it helped to raise awareness of exponential risks and to promote the development of solutions to these risks. However, it is unfortunate that their work was eventually shut down by the money men. This shows that there is still a lot of work to be done in order to convince people of the importance of managing exponential risks.
Exponential risks today
Today, exponential risks are more pressing than ever before. Climate change is already having a devastating impact on communities around the world. Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly powerful and could potentially pose a threat to humanity. And the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us how quickly and easily a pandemic can spread around the world.
In order to manage these risks, we need to work together to share information and to develop solutions. We also need to promote transparency and cooperation. The Water Angels were pioneers in this work, and we need to continue their legacy.
The Water Angels were a group of people who were interested in using technology to promote transparency and cooperation in order to manage exponential risks. Their work was important because it helped to raise awareness of exponential risks and to promote the development of solutions to these risks. However, it is unfortunate that their work was eventually shut down. This shows that there is still a lot of work to be done in order to convince people of the importance of managing exponential risks
Monday, September 18, 2023
Mediating HumansAI 2020s as decade of sustainability generation?
- African Union's AI Strategy Advisory Group: This group was established in 2021
- The South African AI Council: This council was established in 2020 to advise the South African government on the development and implementation of its AI strategy.
In addition to these national and continental AI advisory panels, there are also a number of AI advisory panels in Africa that are focused on specific sectors, such as healthcare, education, and finance. For example, the African Healthcare AI Initiative has an AI advisory panel that includes experts from across Africa who are working to develop and implement AI solutions for healthcare challenges.
Dear africa friends - received this on whatsapp from muftah today