Sunday, July 23, 2023

www.economistdiary.com has selected Africa to feature  first AI game regional beta list; betas connect intel advancing humanity across 2025-1950 - our choices are partly explained
 at BetaAfrica 1 Mandela, Maathai, Roy, Kirrane and this dialogue with bard
whose connections/knowhow would you nominate as most advancing africa and millennaisl goals through last 75 years rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

also we use the opportunity survey of which youth most energetically connect Wangari Maathai's climate adaptation solutions to the idea that college students most in-demand new student union club is DEEPYPUTHMINDS or some such ai for good gateway to curiosity abouth ai all millennials abnd good LLM need www.worldclassllm.com


consider africa- am i correct in thinking that in mid 1800s several european empires basically took out a map, ruled some straight lines and declared nation borders

-see also Architect Intelligence tour BetaAfrica1 Mandela Maathai Kirrane

ou told me about During the 19th century, European powers engaged in a process known as the "Scramble for Africa." When was the most intense period of using Africans as slaves, and do you have a terminology for that? Which African places were slaves most picked from?

Population numbers can be difficult to contextualise- at the peak of the slave trade were more than a quarter of youth of some African countries subject to slavery?