260+ smith/Watt 70 neumann 50 fazle abed , 20 fei-fei li, 1 Zbee
NormanMacrae.net TeachforSDGs.com EconomistDiary.com Abedmooc.com 2025report.com
what i learnt in 1990s from ten years trying to help design corporate brand valuation in in places like price waterhouse coopers (and media like bbc's branding the marketing advantage or the triple issue of journal of marketing management on leaping beyond 20th C worst media cases) is the west's late 20th C managment world is surrounded by 3 types of maths - deliberately unsustainable (when wall street next crashes the whole financial system will the top 1000 white colalr criminals finally go to jail without passing go, blind (brand perceptins are not realitty and have now targeted subconscousciences of those eg social entrepreneurs who aim toi legislate good eg greenwashing of millennium goals will be a dismal driver of the blindmakers), and 3rdl offering new century a chance that human and artificial intel will win-win in time for youth to be the first sustainability generations
as a DAMPTP MA in maths, seldom can I find anything good to say about most ESG rankings - rather like csr rankings which put enron top until it disappeared- for me, and of course yoyr interests may be different ESG is interesting -nay climactically decisive - if it can help the deepest but small funds like multilaterals with 100 billion dollars become the moral actions of the big sovereign wealth funds - change the purpose of the biggest corporate in each trillion dollar market, and get philanthropy networks to progress social actions the right way (ie replicable lessons to help communities change not shouting about bad stuff); all of this will somehow have to celebrate every time youth design a cryrpo project to race ahead of what elders led networks have shown themselves unable to transform first with possibly the one exception - since 2016 the emerging un2 framework
the world's biggest investors favorite systems triangle ESG
and 1 2 can metaverse humanise ESG and vice versa (Lists of M leaders 1 ) pres 1
-is a metaverse top 30 useful?
is it a good thing that dc laywers are jumping into big client meta...
E of ESG connects biggest changes that could make under 30s the first sustainable generation - so going green, humanising ai, replacing border wars be culturally joyful hubs- of these compound threats and opportunities the younger half of the world can shape the metaverse- entering 2022 its as free to co-create as the worldwide web in 1990 but is by moores law now supported by a billion times more tech (the scenario we have debated since publishing 2025 report in 1984
.recommended links ny spring collaboration cafe march 2022
hk collaborations with world of womensverse - special thanks beinga........
linkedin article - helping younger half of world joyfully connect 2... even as putin generation terrifies humanity
sample lunchclub metaverse enthusiasts
University College London, Centre for Blockchain Technology Abstract—We are living in a digital age, the Pandemic has accelerated innovation in health care. Beyond the applications in telehealth, supply chain, payments, secure data sharing, and remote monitoring are also essential innovations in
Blockchain and Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) that allow people to exchange value on a decentralized network. Futurists and
technologists are also exploring how the Metaverse can play a role in different sectors.
The Metaverse may be used in the future to change, enhance, and
possibly transform health care. The five covered areas are collaborative working, education; clinical care, wellness, and monetization.
Keywords—GameFi, tokenization, Blockchain, health care, virtual reality, augmented reality..
We have long been aware that the health care system is unsustainable, with the pressure of long-term, chronic
disease, rising costs, aging populations, insufficient health
workforce, and limited resources. It is necessary to find models that move health care from the hospital to the living room
assuming purposeful investment is intergenerational
S = social exchanges younger half of world co-create eg through sports fashions music celebrities -fresher brains being tech and innovatively ahead of elders - and want eg health for all smarter ed for all green for all livesmatter for all.in 2025report.com i co-authored 1984 - we used word Community as = markets society needs particularly for children to grow- the greatest asset human intel has to play with
E connects biggest changes that could make unders 30s the first sustainable generation - so going green, humanising ai, replacing border wars be culturally joyful hubs
G is how the maths and leadership decision making is made transparent exponentially into the future as that is where extinction or sustainability of market purposes will be judged by nature's evolutionary rules this brings us to artificial intel including integration of 100 times more tec every decade the gift of people like von neumann, einstein the greatest systems" science network ever to have connected- there are two different ways of humanising artificial intel -
everything we co-create with tech that we couldnt before smart devices, clouds, 5g apps, blockchains, 3d , drones, cyber , computers using all 5 human senses in ways that now emulate human intellects and in the case of real time data exceed it
...unfortunately in spite of 1976 Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution survey:
elders of western media, western politicians (except nordica & netherlands), western professors dont yet seem to have started valuing these 3 million jobs under 30s most need -if you know of any that have please tell us so we can twitter list them.-don't despair too much - 65% of people are asian over 15% southern - if they are creating jobs friend them because by definition collab jobs are win-win not the zero sum world of consuming up things
why does ai exceed human intel? ai brains can be cloned at a few dollars; they connect through satellites far faster than we do with our aps; they can analyse data from every gps of space; they can mimic the way nature herself decided next extinctions
twice a year we have tried to host collaboration cafes since 2002 www.economistdiary.com- during march 24-31 we will linkin new york and hongkong around all of the above; we are also joining in the 300 places hosting climate chat - at www.ecop26.com we will try and load resources on all of the above - if any of these subjects interest you please tell us what open resources you think under 30s should have access to first; we are in touch with 100 universities - so far most of them have not wanted to share their graduates; it is clear from covid and ukraine that any university that does not share its graduates now is not valuing younger half of world's sustainability- with special thanks to japan ambassadors and fazle abed who first chaired discussion on linking university grads 10 years ago -in part as remembrance to my father's life time work on entrepreneurial revolution at the economist
related ref: Kai-Fu Lee @kaifulee Jan 13, 2019
This 13-min "Oracle of AI" segment well captures how AI is used in China and my view of its advancement and impact on human society.
@60Minutes· Jan 13, 2019
In 2017, China attracted half of all A.I. capital in the world. Kai-Fu Lee, a veteran of Apple, Microsoft and Google and his Beijing venture capital firm have funded 140 A.I. start-ups. https://cbsn.ws/2TPJSSa
can artists get rid of (or change the purpose of) the middle men? and when can a beautiful experience be shared without transporting it physically; how much time do you spend in digitally platformed worlds as opposed to physical ones (has covid changed time spent - these are come questions related to metaverse but they may have consequences that change education
this seems to be 166 million $ market in its first year https://foundation.app/about
see eg crypto fashion weekstart march 18
what does it mean to be fashionable in a dematerialised world
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