|HOW 5 Extraordinary MEN EDUCATED & LINKED IN MY URGENT CONCERNS FOR PREVENTING EXTINCTION OF YOUTH ESPECIALLY SIR FAZLE ABED.Having gained an MA in statsitics at Cmabdrige's main maths lab DAMTP (Colleg Corpus Christi) I am intereted in data and purpose- specifically are we designing sustemsd that are advancing the human lot or ending it.I did not know that was my interest when I ended formal studies aged 22 in 1973. Dtata that I saw more of than most people led me into this as wellas what became a fascination for people's live stiries - particularly fazle abed and john von neumann as wellas the 3 most recent men in my family tree. This web site isd mainly an attempt to curate how anybody who wants today's kids to be the first sdustainability generation probably needs to be aware of at least 30 cooperative platfomrs that Fazle Abed and a billion poorest Asian womne built over half a century from 1970 when ended being Royal Dutch Shell's leading young asian engineer tonembark on helping build what emerged as the largest new nation (today 8th most populous, then in 1971 so poor (90% without electricity) that Kissinger caled it a basket case. If you want to test whether you can gain from learning from Fazle Abed's alumni including quarter of the world's people then in English there are mainly 3 outstanding booksd - one new summer 2022, the next written by arguably Canada's mots experienced human development networker james Smili circa 2008; thse first written on brac's firts 9 yeras - or yoiu can look at AbedMooc whoch student journalists and I compiled through 16 visits to bangladesh. Although I have only studied Fazle Abed for 14 yearsd now, he was introduced to me by the japan Ambassador to bangladesh in a way that connecetd with the other 4 men'sd life expereinces. Dad died in 2010 and in remebrance of his sub-editing of end poverty at the economist, the ambassador kindly organsiaed 2 brainstorming dinners with fazle abed. Through this means we hear of the future cooperations that most concerned him. Each of the 5 decades of Abed was amazing - the firt half of his 50 years designing partnershipmplatforms with vilage women whose grassroot networking withhout electricity was word of mouth and one they had gained literacy through currciulum of lifelong learning geared to stsraing upo smallest but most urgent of community busiensses.Three of the men whose life work I have studied most were the most recent men in my family ie dad , and my 2 grandfathers - one of whom wrote up India's Independence aftre quarter of acentiry of mediation with Gandhi in the city then called Bombay (now Mubai). My paternal gradfather worked in British embassies between the world wars mainly collectin intel on the calamitie aboyt to happen due to hitler and stalin. My dad having survived spending his last days as a teenager navigating airplanes allied bomber command out of Burma (today;s Myanmar) had more good fortune. After being in keynes last class, he joined the Economist was seconded to new york for the year of 1951 where he met Von Neumann at Princenton. Neumann asked him to mentor Economist journalist in the greatest scoop ever - what =goods will peoples do with 100 times more tech per decade through the century 1930s to 2020s. Although all 5 me'sstories interact systematically if you support the UN SDGs or uniting 8 billion peoples in preventing extinction - I do suggest you access one of the sources on fazle Abed as well as work out what to you is the relevance of one billion poorest womens endeavours and partnership platfomrs over the alst 50 yeras and tech leap(frogs) interacted around Guterres by the tech envoy and any deep data AI partner of UN2 digital roadmapping. While governmenetsd are faced with ine revolution -getting back to servant leadershi; the web and education is now embracing its 3rd revolution in just over 2 decades; whereas according to world economic forum insudtry is being asked to navigate its 4th industrial revolution , and japan the country turned dad's war time enemy to greatest inspiration for Asia Rising from 1962 -see teach for sdgs has asked g20 platforms to value society5.0 as well as Osaka data track. If you look at which nations most consustently supported abed's billion women empowerment I condlude it was the anglo dutch cultures which he had got an inside track to in his life as an enegineer and Japan which has given back to Asia wherever its unique tech advances co-ctreated win-wins. America and the rest of the West followedthe clinton's pathway guided by Muhammad Yunsu stirytelling. I admire great stories as chnaging peopels motivations but if you want to understand how a billion poorest womens productivity today offers deep clues to sdg challenges please make sure you check out at least one source of Fazle Abed. I have tried to explain my biasses; I am happy to donate a 30 minute zoom to anyoone who has questions..|
Hello my name is Chris Macrae -firstname.lastname@example.org currently in washington DC region but helping prep Glasgow's 265th Adam Smith Moral Sentiments Summit June 2023. I spent my working life on the future search of most purposeful organisations, markets and cooperation networks. This seemed to be an interesting way to apply my MA in statistics which I acquired from Cambridge's leading maths lad DAMTP, Corpus Christi 1973. It also blended with responsibility for the most valuable question ever asked: what goods will peoples do/build with 100 times more tech per decade through the century 1930s to 2020s.
My father had met Von Neumann in 1951 in Princeton whilst on a year's secondment to New York from London's Economist magazine. Von Neumann asked dad to train economics journalist in the question of 100 times more. Both men had experienced bads that technology could do. When dad met Von Neumann the greatest web of mathematicians had less than 6 years left to work on goods after spending most of their energy on the bad of the nuclear arms race.
My dad had only been jobwise free to question the goods of life after spending his last days as a teenager navigating airplanes in allied bomber command stationed in Burma. He was blessed not only with survival but "google maps" in his head of the old world. Moreover, Gandhi-Einstein-Neumann offered Norman a heroic GENerational viewpoint of mediating which came from dad marrying Sir Kenneth Kemp's daughter. Sir Ken's last job was writing up the legalese of India's Independence after 2 decades of dialogues with Gandhi given Kemp's responsibility as Chief Justice of Mumbai. Kemps had brought pharmacy to India - although today Kemp's Corner is mainly a rounabout in the city centre of Mumbai.
My firts two employers were the UK's national development centre for computer assissted learing and National Ipinion Polls. These provided me with questions on the future which interacted with the start of father's 4th decade of valuing Vo Neumann's question. So in time for an alterive to Orwell's Big Brother endgame, we first published 2025 Report in 1984. This sought to map exponential timelines if the expecetd 8 billion brains of the 2020s were to be multiplying the greatest goods that humans and artioficial intel could bring to mother earth
Our datestamping of worldwide webs1 and 2 was pretty accurate. But so far the good purposes may have been declared as goals elders intended the millennial generation to be the first to sustain. They have not been actualised. In this final edition of 2025 report, we make the case one more time that transforming education is the key to the door of all joyful and productive future lifetimes. We leave to an appendix a checklist of timing opportunities to chnage systems that have so far been overshot.
I would like to clarify the oportunity and threat dynamic of Von Neumann's question at least as I understand it. Von Neumann was not predicting that everyone would have simultaneous access to experumenting with 100 times more technology. This brought moral judgements to valuing good - search for way above zero sum valuation of purpose and know that uniting 8 billion peoples futures on earth wpouild require nations to stop externalising risks at their borders.
Indeed the root cause of world war 2 was what had become the assymetries of the 8 most powerful nations - 7 white and representing less than a sixth of peoples. To scots who brought the world the start of engineering, a world in which the vast majority of children being developed in mid 20th century had no access to the benefits of engineering needed not only rectifying but positive reconciliation by those whose process of world domination had used slavery, gunpower and genocide, or control of how/why market trade was mapped.
BURDEN OF ENGLISH MINDSET
The transformation of the English langiage from the verse of Shakespeare to the science of newton offered advantaes to minds primarlit programed and communicating with this code. But by 1843 London Scot James Wilso had founded The Economist to raise debates with Royal Society and Queen Elizabeth hersself. If Engloish democarcy aimed for good, why had Lomdon's parliamnet passed Corn Laws that effectively starved half of the Irish peoples. And what mischief was the globally most powerfgul coprpoarte Eaest Indoes company up to - could it be prevented from ruining half of all human livelihoodsd on the subconinents of India and China.
From Adam Smith through to John Von Neumann there was a clear and present concern for systems expoenetail consdequence. Vin Neumann hoped that his alumni would not only celebrate the joy of abundeany=t analytic and communication capabilkities but clarify how we code both mind and machine to go way above zero sum market maps. To the extent that Kennedy decalared two extraordinaruy visions for 1960s moon race and world of interdependence, he seems to have been the last american president fully in tune with expoenetially advancing the human lot. Still with twin ai lavs facing the 70+% of people despendemt on pacific ocean and teh 20% most depende3nt on atlantic trade, the 1960s appeared to offer a remarkably improved position for uniting nations than 1945.
Writing in 2022 it is evident that chuman civilisation has not yet advanced as many goods as von neumann hoped for. Mathematically I feel that valuing the netwoirk a child is born into offers us ways of mutual understanding between parents and youth of the world. May I suggest that we seieze the chnace to design wed 3 as if hg wells was corect in saying civilisdation is a race between eduxcation and catastrophe. I think itb helps to see the future history of human kind as have spun through 7 webs. Web 1 started around 1990 literally with friends of berners lee who moved his location from switzerland to MIT. Web 2 leapt into a whole new ballgame with smart personal deices- both the apps the mobilised and the data they gave a very few big orgabsiations control over. So if every millennial is to enjoy being the first sustainability generation a lot of cooepration (eg the un2 franeowrk at the very elast) must be designed into web3. May i suffe=hgest that before web 1 the age of tv mass media was dominant for how and who could most shape society as well as growth. Before that access ti electricy before that the beginning of engines; before that the first to naviage old and new world. Its important to study who did what wuth furst access to these 7 worlds and how did they value their privileged opportunity as first exploieres in relation to the rest of humans and family building
The main education idea of 2025 report was that the world would be celebrating children whose identity is sempowered by their own skills dashboard and bot curatormatching next lessons with next livelihood aspiration
this book will invite you to explore the action agenda- by designing this digital learners agency and web3 eduation optimally for today's youth and tecahers youth can evolve the first sustainability generation - yes solve peace and climate chanelnges as well as health nutrition and ither purposes. However to prepare for this i suggesdt a tour of the 6 cooperation platforms that Fazle Abed arguably the greaest educatior built
legacy 3 and estanblished 3
most cooperative university in women graduates world
adpatation exchnage between the third or most ruralpeoples
zoom and meta me up scotty- how fast can we chnage curricula
etablished 100k women o=commnuiyty building
1 billion women advance to be as productibve as men
leapfroging into web wporld with mobile and sdolar having missed out the wprld of electricity grids and fixed line coms
and then participate in a game - if you could carry pack of 52 playing crads around with uyou - which 51 world record job creators would you choose so that any time you encountered people facing a sustainability chalenge you could suggesdt an alumni group they might furts gain from cooperating with
2022 action sdgemetaverseprize.org ed3dao celebration of 9pieces UN2
mimimum, 3 more nfts
women community builders among young professdionals
continue celebating ascendants in un egov rranking -who will match mongilia as globaldigital2022 world leapfrog chmapion
(somehow europe meeds a plan that makes most russians want a world beyond putins vision - having spent 25 yeras designing the oppoosite -the eu may have a lot to chnage educationally among elders as well as youth)
somehow americansd need to chnage politics to celebrating being loinkedin with rest of worlds diversity
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|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
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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...