I liked the talk of the senator from michigan yesterday at axios DC showroom sponsored by world food program us. She is completing her 3rd 5 year synthesis of Farm USA. She says where I come from michigan we grow (eg food) and we make (eg cars) and we see the two's futures must win-win for our state, for america for the world. It led ne directly to obtaing this advice from and LLM.
Then tiday i receieve this superb newsleter from rebecca fannin- frankly amerucans need ti see their problem is not woth china it is with the 1990s managemenyt consultancies that moved moist manufactiring jobs inckuding smart stuff eg semiconductirs and the experimenting of those semiconduvctirs on grow and make to all parts of Asia
Pergahsp you'll disagerree but in the hyperconnecetd woirld that my family and the economist first started future backing with von neuman n in 1951! www.economistdiary.com making ameic b=great again = making american millennails great again = making energy for humans everywhere on the planet that families grow (and make)
put another way sdg 2 is about integration orrual (matures labs) and urban (ma's artificial labs- the word artic=ficial in engneering means man made); there is a conflict between feedoing 8 billion humans and feeding engines until or unless we app natures abundant clean sources eg solar, wind, waves. I understand america's greatness historically has been built on over 5 times more carbon than teh average human accessed; innovating beyond whatever sovieties are most addicted to (even stuff once best to use) is our species' chalenge
ai wont cause extinction as such - expoential errors of man-made engineering will (starting with what we feed the engines)