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Monday, December 30, 2019

announcing survey of 1000 people(s) humanising artificial intel ahead of cop26 glasgow nov 2021

 cop26 - the return of usa and world to climate actions is scheduled to be hosted glasgow nov 2021 co-hosts italy

we welcome contributions to 1000 hi-ai to deadline publication date oct 2021

with the need to rebuild community economies worldwide, end covid, revalue lives matter- we need some human magic - ai wizards claim to be ready after 60 years of advances in tecnology

stanford professor andrew ng (also co-founder of edutech moocs calls artificial intel the new electricity- ie assuming you cant imagine life without electricity its time to imagine why every human being needs ai's support- ai labs began at the start of the moon race decade 1960s at mit boston and stanford ca; 60 years on futureoflife.org - a movement of ai wizards linking these and other world class ai labs/hubs says: technology has reached the stage where life can thrive like never before of self-destruct

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many things leaped forward in the 2010s- lets start with two which ai capitalises on

there were many advances on giving robots and machines ways to mimic some or all of the 5 human senses

in turn these advanes in sendses and other tech led to more local data than the world had ever seen before

consider what ai does with computer vision because it has access to these sorts of cameras

camera in your smart phone

camera monitoring strrets

cameras attachable to drones

camera from satellites in space

so how computers are taught to see and their ability to handle almost infinite data simultaneously becomes a huge area of ai- we recommend fei fe li at stanford as one of the ai wizards trying to ensure this data is only used for good purposes

another examle is when you telehone a company about a purchase -if you are greeted by a compuer this means someone has developed its ability to listen to your instruction which in turn cause actions either by humans or more ai, now that comuters have started to be instructed by voice they also need to reply by voice and translation across languages is something that has leaped foward in 2010s

wherever companies operate this they are using huge real time data platforms- tech people call this clouds - the handful of global companies that provide cloud storaghe have brought costs down tremendously in the last decade or so

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