Monday, April 17, 2023

 Who's Artificial Intel Who -and where's AAIIB? (African AI Infrastructure Banking?)

My dad Norman met Von  Neumann in 1951 so my family/friends are in 73rd yeae of searching for goodAI to sustain humanity; in more detail we welcome cooperation to explore UN SDGs and roadmapping 7 systems transformations in one: 

7 change media>> 6 change edu>>5GoodAI( currently exploring chatgpt on every continent!)>> 4 train local maths wizards and assign to deep data science most locally urgent>>blockchains 1 2 &  transparency to 3 demand public service 2.0 to multiply trust & safety through every community; 2 behavioral cultures of 8 billion beings living up to rights beyond borders and inclusion within; 7-ui-one recursion with womens kindness - eg X Y Z -more at AM    EWo  Ewa GWB  1BG  ED

q to Chatgpt can you tell me about tribes and clans across africa?

I can provide information on some of the largest ethnic groups in each of Africa's 20 biggest national economies, but it's important to note that there is significant ethnic and cultural diversity within each of these countries, and the concept of "tribe" is complex and can be contested:

  1. Nigeria
  • Hausa-Fulani
  • Yoruba
  • Igbo
  1. Egypt
  • Egyptians
  • Bedouin
  • Nubians
  1. South Africa
  • Zulu
  • Xhosa
  • Sotho
  1. Algeria
  • Arab-Berber
  • Chaoui
  • Tuareg
  1. Morocco
  • Arab-Berber
  • Sahrawi
  • Rif
  1. Angola
  • Ovimbundu
  • Mbundu
  • Bakongo
  1. Sudan
  • Arabs
  • Beja
  • Nubians
  1. Kenya
  • Kikuyu
  • Luhya
  • Luo
  1. Tanzania
  • Sukuma
  • Chagga
  • Haya
  1. Ghana
  • Ashanti
  • Ewe
  • Fante
  1. Ethiopia
  • Oromo
  • Amhara
  • Somali
  1. Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  • Akan
  • Baoulé
  • Senufo
  1. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Luba
  • Mongo
  • Kongo
  1. Cameroon
  • Bamileke
  • Fulani
  • Duala
  1. Uganda
  • Baganda
  • Banyankole
  • Basoga
  1. Mozambique
  • Makhuwa
  • Tsonga
  • Lomwe
  1. Libya
  • Arab-Berber
  • Tuareg
  • Tebu
  1. Zambia
  • Bemba
  • Tonga
  • Lozi
  1. Zimbabwe
  • Shona
  • Ndebele
  • Tonga
  1. Ivory Coast
  • Akan
  • Baoulé
  • Senufo

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there is significant diversity within each of these countries. Additionally, the concept of "tribe" can be complex and contested, so it's important to approach the topic with sensitivity and nuance.


  1. Africans to watch in sdg cooperations Ecoscocc connector in this list from UN Global Forum

    20 March UN 9:30 - 11:00 Opening Plenary: The Role of Civil Society in the SDG Summit and the Summit of the Future Opening session to set the context for the Global Futures Forum, featuring a High-Level Panel. Venue: 2nd Floor CCUN Panel
    ● H.E. Guy Ryder, UN Under-Secretary-General for Policy
    ● Aishwarya Machani, UN Foundation Next Generation Fellow
    ● H.E. Alya Al-Thani, Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations
    ● H.E. Fergal Mythen, Permanent Representative of Ireland to the United Nations
    ● H.E. Danilo Türk, President, Club de Madrid and Member, High Level Advisory Board for Effective Multilateralism (TBC)
    ● Khalid Boudali (from Morocco), Presiding Officer, AU Economic, Social & Cultural Council (ECOSOCC)
    ● H.E. Maria Fernanda Espinosa, Co-Chair, Coalition for the UN We Need and Executive Director, Global Women Leaders: Voices for Change and Inclusion> Limksperson to UN Water Summit
    ● Moderator: Nudhara Yusuf, Global Futures Forum Coordinator
    Africans eg man from Togo in Guterres +30

  2. what is up or down with naspers - africa's largest corporation due to an early investment in tencent

  3. 2.1 Does rice offer most important lesson in world of Food- UN haiSDGs 2System Mapping Hypothesis: definitely for the Asian majority of the world for whom local enterprise networking of rice explains how to end starvation and root women empowerment. Womens nation building of Bangladesh depended on rice and oral rehydration: this saved half of infants from death enabling rise in life expectancy by 20 years within one generation. A great human development miracle for the 8th most populous nation born (due to short straw of being colonised both by Britannia and Pakistan) with rice water and probably the 20th C's most loving mothers as just about its only national resources. There are many strands to rice being mother earth's most adaptable crop. First how this knowhow was open sourced by "United Borlaug Intel" networks soon after end of world war 2 because Borlaug valued uniting people in food security more than patenting profit for himself. Second the extraordinary multiplier: at least 10 times more local rice production is obtainable with optimal seed for local conditions -humid and often very wet but resilient to nature's outbursts. Third note how life expectancy increased as a function of how this knowhow diffused down Asia's doubly intelligent corridor where Americans planted 1950s peace - hi-tech (thanks Deming) and deep rural - from Japan to Korea S to Taiwan and onwards. Fourth Rice's geonomic peculiarity: advances of richest Asians (what became the world's first supercities of more that 10 million people dependent on each others safety and advance of children) depended on maximising poorest productivity of mothers of most humid villages - this was a borderless deep data challenge wherever rice needed to be land's application. So Rice may not be the main food lesson of Africa but it is of Uniting teachers and peoples and nations worldwide. In one country, rice is so important to society and economics that Entrepreneurial Revolution has been designed around rice intel since 1976- eg 800,000 rice varieties are now treasured by this countries national science foundation. Will HAI show that there is even more rice intel to unlock? Can lessons rice-first nations adapt climate around offer parallel clues to UN2 servant leadership in any nation uniting peoples and millennials as worlds first sustainability generation? Ironically the richest western nations and capitals long way north of the tropics have never needed to value rice and this is just one reason why their monetary standards alone cannot vision all of the regional changes nature demands of us now at COPs and other global village stages- could the metaverse make sure that rice science chatter viralises positively. Does the world's top celebrity chef have an avatar role to play now? Apart from rice intel this week's most curious bookmarks include 1