Why not design future around 7 billion wonderful livelihoods
|.probably the most open college network for students wanting to make positive sdgs connections worldwide is opening a portal for one page research itches 1 dec to 14 dec -details here: some of the 50 coalition members are|
arizona- arizona state
vienna - ceu
bangladesh - brac u of fazle abed
ghana -ashesi 5th wise laureate
ca - berkeley human rights center
|after 5 decades empower billioning women to end poverty fazle abed challenged friends to form revolutionary coalition of new SDG tech universities -singapore his first benchmark - .. 1|
3 decades ago Sir Tim Berners-Lee gifted us www. It transformed globe but not yet matched benevolent technology hoped for. Sir Tim plans to save it by turning tables on big tech and giving power over data back to users. Matthew Field reports..
|thank you friends in barcelona and spanish dual speaking world for being first to accept invite to post positive solutions their educators/youth would like to share on sdgs with everyone leading world forward to sustainability in 2021- also for those humanising machines pls see our zoom world tour||nov 2021- scots invite you to join 250th review of living with machines -the first machine age started up in scotland 1760s round first steam engineer james watt and first mapmaker of world trade adam smith. From the scottish viewpoint the first industrial age of 180 years of sharing machines failed ending in two world wars..In 1945 humans agreed to try again starting up the united nations and various post industrial technologies. We see the 2020s as most exciting time to be alive because three quarters of a century of uniting nations allows us to map are we designing a hi-tech connected world aligned with nature's systems including how she governs climate and health. more on scottish notes on whether the human race is sustainable are here; including our invitation to bring a catalogue of 1000 leaders/projects of AI for sdgs|
|AI: 1 vaccines 2 sports ... 11 climate|
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Our informal skype alumn group aims to worldwide meet on saturdays 5pm greenwich mean time. What agenda should we be spending our time oin. Here' my vote
My understanding is that we are going to try a group Skype at 5pm greenwich mean time Saturday. I am not the main connector so I will assume he/she will reconfirm if this is the chosen time. I would like to ask whether those who group Skype ( at first or other times) could list at least 1 burning issue they wish to collaboratively resolve
Mine is a bit unusual. I believe millions of youth should be involved in debating - are the world's financial systems designed to sustain what future purposes most families, communities want?. George Soros who Mehrling networks with as educational director of www.ineteconomics.org recently said that economics is as bankrupt as the banks got to be in 2008. He has asked for complete rethinking of economics from ground/community up. So is there a difference between the money system as currently spun by fed and wall street and a "re-thought one" More bluntly: is the purpose of banking designed to help each human being optimize a productive life or to trap most of us in debt? Is the FED owned by the people (and for future generations) or by big bankers who reward themselves for the more volatility/bubbles they spin?
I am concerned because my dad (Norman Macrae) spent the second half of his life from 1972 hosting "Entrepreneurial Revolution") debates in The Economists and elsewhere as to what short-term fixes economists made before and after each world war that would need changing before the world through telecomputer networks became more globally and locally connected. The transformation to economic mapping if net generations were to be sustainable. I don't think these changes have been made. And personally I would bet that open education is our last chance to ask whether we are designing future purposes of health , of food, of energy, of everything that hi-trust communities need to develop above zero-sum trades through time not just extract from each past quarter
We seem to be ruled by a banking system for the 1% of biggest people who live global lives than the 99% of us whose families live in communities. When Adam smith conceptualized free markets in 1750s he specifically meant community markets where human relationships were visible enough that someone might fool some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of time. When banking markets are designed around too big to fall systems they are certainly not free and not entrepreneurially valuable the way Adam Smith -or my even greater Scottish hero James Wilson mediated. James' project is 170 years old today. This greatest pro-youth economics project began by throwing out of UK parliament of 1843 all big vested interest MPs. Its goal was to mediate economics to end hunger and end capital abuse of youth. It was James; son-in-law Walter Bagehot who continued that quest with his writings that included Lombard Street and what Queen Victoria needed to do to the English Constitution to end slave making empire trades and startup commonwealth. What would James and Walter make of Wall Street's biggest banks. Are they economical or non-economical when assessed by the hi-trust definitions Adam first mapped?
Which economist alive or dead do you trust most? President (of inet) Rob Johnson explains how different the value of Keynes was http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVCJerN6QJM very different than any economic guru who preside over your tv news ...