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 9/2/22 Diary partner If anyone from ed3 got into the UN events  "civil society transforming education please say" Hoping to host some fringe cafe meeting on web3 and Un2  impacts on this topic ny 14 and 15 september probably flatiron district NY, or anywhere manhattan or brooklyn we can get quorum of 3 or more IN 2016 at UNGA, year 1 review of sdg4 education was so hopeless that tech people led by world bank's jim kim started digital cooperation connections between new york and geneva; fortunately since Guterres appointed to 10 year term he's multiplied more and more tech cooperation -see it appears that in our wondrous wizarding world: sunday nght UN-mongolia has taken up un's baton for 48 hours of web3-sdgs 

Friday, December 1, 2023

my preference is for these womens ai to anything i have yet seen from openai

 to be clear west wouldnt be discussing human or womens ai as way to save humanity without eg deep learnings famous 5 (li Hassabis Lecun Hinton Bengio) or 9 Ng Koller Yang Tsai (or indeed the original greats of brainworking machines Neumann-Einstein-Turing) who made sure anyone passing through stanford was welcome to multiply youth ai for good

 but america has drowned since death of kennedy in media I dont like - it destroyed attention; its sponsors are often the most expensive liars backed up by people who rule the public instead of being what i though public servants was about

 these superstars for womens intel are just about the only stuff watchable as intelligence on us tv unless you can tell me somewhere I dont yet know about and i truly hope that as turing ai summits wave around the world from bletchley to korea to paris- we can land on paris with these mainly yoiung women testing which national commentators youth want

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