sdgscotland.com invites you to action network Glasgow University's 3 most important alumni of SUSTAINABILITY GENERATION Adam Smith James Watt, FAZLE ABED ..partners of abeduni.com include:
  • U Last Mile Health

  • U Early Childhood

  • U finance to end poverty


  • let's celebrate triple-win economics=
    end poverty*grow middle class*go green

SDG 5  4  3   2  1  0 welcome to Asia and the top 5 sdgoals 50 years search scaling the most exciting collaborations women-led communities empower
INDUSTRIAL REV 260th GAMES-cards of sdg-gen
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diary: next UN sdg-games
250th year review of moral sentiments and industrial revolution
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www.ukcop26.org/volunteer

green economics- the younger half of the world's only hope
Coming soon Fieldbook of Fazle Abed and 1 billion girls empowerment. I see these as 7 chapters of the fieldbook of Abed and womens nation building. Are you able to see if Shameran Abed agrees these are close to honoring his father's purpose or do you want me to do that?
Chapter 1 Ending poverty with financial services - Chapter 2 Ending famine with village agriculture and 100% employment of women geared to community building and celebrating nation's market/entrepreneurial advantages
Chapter 3 Raising life expectancy from 25 below to close to world norms through maximising last mile health service capacity with collaboration focus on affordable life-shaping solutions for infants and mothers
Chapter 4 Education designed to value's the (girl/boy) child's life, love of self, communal dignity of everyone as an action learner and livelihood co-creator Chapter 5 Community as (global village) platform search for collaboration in resiliency and family-led conscious effort to respect every person and nature's dynamics Chapter 6 Did Abed discover optimal framework matching The Economist's 150 year searching for Entrepreneurial Revolution ie a third movement to mediate historic empires, big politics and big corporate through intergenerational and inter-hemisphere sharing of advances in engineering. Specifically matching Von Neumann's definition of industrial revolution 3 as era of above zero-sum value exchange modeling coherent with 100 times more tech per 8 decades 1945-2025 compounding to everyone's collaborative and natural advantage. Chapter 7 Exploring Abed's checklist of the most urgent work to be done through the decade after his passing and purpose of the younger half of the world in connecting first true decade of sustainability generation through hi-trust behaviors and borderless transparency of data mapping integrating every GPS
welcome to SDGscotland.com lifelong action learning on ending poverty, celebrating health #AIforgood (glasgow's 260th year of first engineer james watt & first IR economist adam smith): growing green:
America's john kerry: glasgow november is humanity's last best chance ...economistdiary.com next un zoom -2021 year of living dangerously close to extinction -
THANKS be TO Glasgow U alumn fazle abed- small may be beautiful but in ending poverty, large scale coalition empowering women community building is essential..1billiongirls.com asks how many 1 billion dollar sdg investments a year can women empowerment coalitions inspire: brac bangladesh billion dollar microfinance loans ; abed ultra poor billion dollar grants a year; bkash billion dollar cashless banking for poor ; brac bank billion dollar youth engagement and sme city bank; billion dollars of lowest cost remittances; billion dollar investments in each of 5 ages of schooling ; billion dollar vaccine empowering poorest families grants ; 10 agricultural value chains whose crop sxcience and ai data is networked around poorest asian farmers...


Friday, December 31, 1993

ai oefcd - neumann upd 2022


Description Main applications of AI

Information and communication Includes the production and distribution of

information and cultural products, the provision of the means to transmit or distribute

these products, as well as data or communications, information technology

activities and the processing of data and other information service activities.

AI Applications 

Advertising

Image or text processing

Personalised content generation

Augmented and virtual reality

Customer services

Network security

Network management, predictive maintenance

Software production

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Professional, scientific and technical activities

Includes specialised activities that require a high degree of training and make specialised

knowledge and skills available to users including legal affairs, management,

consultancy, architecture, engineering, R&D, advertising and more.

AI APPLICATIONS

Legal and accounting AI applications

Marketing and advertising services (e.g. personalised advertising and

pricing, click prediction systems, recommendations based on social media

posts, emails, web navigation, psychometric assessment development,

etc.)

Scientific research and development

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Financial and insurance activities

Includes financial service activities, insurance, reinsurance and pension funding and activities

to support financial services, funds and holdings.

AI APP

Credit scoring

Financial technology lending

Cost reduction in the front and middle office

Fraud detection and legal compliance

Insurance

Algorithmic trading

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Administrative and support service activities (SectionN)

Includes a variety of activities that support core business functions and of which the

primary purpose is not the transfer of specialised knowledge. This includes security

services, renting and leasing, office administrative functions and reservation services.

AI APPS

Auditing expense reports

Hiring applications

Smart contracts

Customer relations

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Agriculture, forestry and fishing (SectionA)

Includes the exploitation of vegetal and animal natural resources such as growing of crops,

raising and breeding of animals, harvesting of timber and other plants, animals or animal

products from a farm or their natural habitats.

AI APPS

Agricultural robots and drones

Crop and soil monitoring

Predictive analytics

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Manufacturing

(Section C)

Includes the physical or chemical

transformation of materials, substances or

components into new product. The materials

transformed are products of agriculture,

forestry, fishing, mining or quarrying as well as

products of other manufacturing activities.

Excludes waste.

Market and domain forecasting

Product assembly

Asset optimisation

Supply-chain management and planning

Anomaly detection

Public

administration and

defence;

compulsory social

security (Section O)

Includes activities of a governmental nature,

normally carried out by the public

administration such as public order and

safety, legislative activities, foreign affairs,

national defence and more.

Predictive algorithms in the legal system

Predictive policing

Use of AI by the judiciary

Use of AI in defence (e.g. drone footage for surveillance, cyberdefence,

command and control, autonomous vehicles)

OECD FRAMEWORK FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF AI SYSTEMS  69

© OECD 2022

Wholesale and

retail trade (Section

G)

Includes wholesale and retail sale (i.e. sale

without transformation) of any type of goods

and the rendering of services incidental to the

sale of these goods. Wholesaling and retailing

are the final steps in the distribution of goods.

Goods bought and sold are also referred to as

merchandise.

Customer management (e.g. prediction of customer needs, identification

of upsell and cross-sell opportunities, agile response mechanism)

Operational efficiency (e.g. just-in-time production/delivery, product

categorisation/placement, demand forecasting, check-out free store)

Legal efficacy (e.g. compliance systems to predict violations in the supply

chain; legal contract translation, cataloguing and implementation - “smart

contracts”)

Customer acquisition (e.g. matching buyers and sellers, personalised

ads/referrals – see “Marketing and advertising services”)

Customer retention (e.g. learning and predicting customers’ preferences

and needs, tailored offers, dynamic pricing)

Customer service (e.g. conversational interfaces, voice and video search,

chatbots, mood tracking)

Education (Section

P)

Includes private and public education, all

levels from pre-school to higher education,

adult education, sport education, literacy

programmes and more.

Personalising learning with AI (e.g. adaptive tests and learning systems)26

Supporting students with special needs with AI (e.g. wearables using AI)

Reducing dropout rates (e.g. predictive and diagnosis models)

Construction of scoring of tests or exams

Fraud detection during exams

Chatbots

Human health and

social work

activities (Section

Q)

Includes the provision of health and social

work activities. Activities include a wide range

of activities, starting from health care provided

by trained medical professionals in hospitals

and other facilities, to residential care

activities that still involve a degree of health

care activities to social work activities without

any involvement of health care professionals.

Detection (e.g. outbreak alerts)

Precision medicine (e.g. treatments)

Optimise health systems (e.g. resource allocation, workflow management)

Facilitating health research (e.g. drug discovery, vaccine development)

Preventative / personalised healthcare (e.g. self-monitoring tools,

applications and trackers)

Nursing and elderly care

Diagnosis (e.g. radiology)

Transportation and

storage (Section H)

Includes the provision of passenger freight

transport, whether scheduled or not, by rail,

pipeline, road, water or air. Also includes

associated activities such as terminal and

parking, cargo handling, storage. Includes

rental and postal activities.

Warehouse and supply-chain management

Shipping and itinerary route optimisation, including based on traffic data

Autonomous driving systems

Computer vision technologies that track driver’s eyes / focus to assess

distraction

Accommodation

and food service

activities (Section I)

Includes the provision of short-term stay

accommodation for visitors, of complete meals

and drinks for immediate consumption. The

type of supplementary services provided

within this section can vary widely. Excludes

long-term stay and primary residence.

AI-powered chatbots (e.g. booking, ordering)

Face recognition (check-in)

Analysis of customer, occupancy and guest feedback data

Construction

(section F)

Includes general and specialised construction

activities for buildings and dwellings, civil

engineering works, new work, additions,

repairs and alterations.

3D Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Buildings simulators

Drones and sensors on construction sites

Data analytics based on the real-time data collected on-site