help link most valuable curricula worldwide -1 since 1945 end poverty system design-keynes and youth surviving ww2 & birth un; 2 since 1955 loving each other nations AS EU AM AF-journalist 0 at birth EU messina; west loves easst from 1962- conside japan and rising of two thirds of humans that mainly british empire excluded from win-win trade; 72 innovate for oorest new money- anything than pare printed by political supreme leaders- also design difference between zero sum currencies eg consumeing things up and win-win eg sharing actionable frontline knhow with every comminuity- 1976 entreprenurial revolution how to go beyong 3 biggest org forms west legalises 1982 intraprenurial redesign of big corportaes- 1984 health as way ahead to track global and digital inclusivity- 1984 all exponential timelines to 2020s celebrating millennials as first sd generation includin triple tranformation of edu- beyond classroom both to servive learning and www zooming.
Economistfuture.com : Timelines for Humans & Machines – 1760 Q smith/watt –Glasgow U can everywhere’s peoples advance human lot with machines?
--2020s decade uniting communities to end viruses & app moore’s law 5g …0g 1970s – by 2030 machines have more analytic but less emotional power than humans- 1945 birth united nations san francisco- tech go post industrial & post-colonial knowhow search with norman macrae Economist post-ww2 sub-ed: end poverty possible if celebrate each others childrens futures. Norman’s experiential learning shaped as child whose dad world was british consular bcAsia 1st survey 62 japan, first job teen navigating planes ww2 over Myanmar ||Americas 1st usa 69 1st LatimAm; 51 interned time-life ; bc brazil 20||bio bon neumann 92 1st survey Russia 64; bc mosow embassy 35; bc&birth konisberg23!! West euro family summer holiday isle aram every 3 years 23-39; Cambridge last class Keynes 45; Economist from 48; only journalist messin birth of EU55 /
Every decade since 1950s my family has published a genre on this is the most exciting decade to be alive that's been true -as well as entrepreneurially transformative - in that we have interpreted gordon moore's 5G 2020s to 0G 1970s countdown until machines emulate human brainpower analytically but not emotionally as setting deadlines for everywhere at least orbiting in exponentially positive directions on each sdg because norman macrae died in 2010, this is the first decade his family and friends have been without his direct guidance< can you help us? if you go to worldrecordjobs.com and search you will find about 100 leaders who we believe are at least approximately on orbits that unite our species in celebrating how our children can be the first sd generation- we need your votes for people from every culture who can join in- we also welcome segmented tours - eg which billionaires are helping most? 2020-Although the virus is a fearsome trial we can at least zoom together, and perhaps get back to one of norman's 2 overall hypotheses: 21st c needs to maximise 3 types of lifelong learning virtual classroom and community frontline service- his other hypothesis written in 1984 metrics on health getting more universally affordable would determine whether we were designing global and local connectivity maps in safe as well as growth for all
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Norman Macrae, having survived teenage navigation of RAF planes bomber command world war 2 over modern-day myanmar/bangladesh, joined The Economist in 1949, and retired as the deputy editor of what he called "the world's favourite viewspaper" in 1988. During that time, he wrote extensively on the future of society and the impact of technology. Norman foresaw species sustainability as being determined by post-colonial and virtual mapmaking- 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G 0G if 60s tech could race to moon and Moore alumni promised 100 times more machine intel every decade TO 2025, let's end poverty mediating/educating a world of loving each others' children- so that wherever the next millennials girl is born she enjoys great chance to thrive.

Soon Norman was celebrating his wartime enemy's rising engineers and win-win sme supply chains across far east and very concerned that tod down constitutions english speaking nations led by political bureaucrats wasn't fit for entrepreneurial revolution-he co-opted a young romani prodi to translate Economist 1976 ER survey into multilingual formats

Amongst some of his more outlandish claims: that governments would not only reverse the nationalisation process and denationalise formerly private industries, but would also sell industries and services that had been state operated for so long that it seemed impossible that they could be run by private companies. A pioneer before the pioneers, Macrae imagined privatised and competing telecommunications and utility companies improving service levels and reducing prices.

When others saw arms build-ups as heralding World War III, Macrae predicted the fall of the Berlin Wall by the end of the 1980's.

The Norman Macrae Archive serves as an on-line library, hosting a growing collection of Macrae articles, newspaper columns and highlights from his books. We hope that you find the articles thought provoking and zoom, twitter or question us - norman's son chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk



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1972 ecconomist survey of 1972-2012- WILL AMERICANS AND EUR-CITIZENS EVER BE FREED ENTREPRENEURIALLY FROM PAPER CURRENCIES THE ONLY ZERO-SUM TRADE MONOPLY IN A WORLD WHERE ACTIONABLE KNOWHOW MULTIPLIES VALUE UNLIKECONSUMING UP THING.....

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These are the most exciting times to be alive
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dear parents and grandparents- your children and grandchildren are every places' win-win currency -please dont let those whose power comes from fake media or nos-sustainable promises obscure lifes' currency as happiest truth of developing human beings
ABOUT Dad Norman Macrae- served as teen in world war 2 navigating airplanes over modern-day bangladesh- concluded wars would only end if we mapped a post colonial world -200 thriving nations not just G8 empire- Entrepreneurial Revolution 3 editing rules: love each others peoples; end poverty; celebrate Moore Law of tech 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G (2020s-1980s) rising power of machines as statistical and communications tools. Download free Economist surveys of Future we families can choose:

1972 The next 40 years the NEXT 40 YEARS

1976 Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution; 1982's We're All Intrapreneurial Now; 84/85 40 years to sustain us all 2025 Report

English is one of 3 languages "coding" 2020s goals; globally royals value sustainable place "moore": than politicians- how can we help unite and hub teachers and scholars in doing sdgs:solutions in every community_
About Norman Macrae (Family & Diaspora Scot) Foundation & WorldClassBrands & Valuetrue- NM's purpose is to explore loving places peoples (not their bossy politicians nor all of their media-noisysuperstars nor academics wherever they ride student debt) but valuing artistic and hard working communities of people as you might travel- 3g Japan 1962 67
China 77 - 20 more countries from The Economist second half of 20th C : questions rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
Breaking news: only girls will lead sdg generation - sister co-blogs of economistfuture.com africa america asia europe maps green refugee arts university health bank hongkong japan women

Friday, November 15, 2019

who really has 5g


one way to understand 5g is where is it cheapest because it also has the most masive use not just by mobile people but internet of things
what does itu say about 5g
forbes nov2019 authortwitter landscape 2 1
bloomberg
south china post
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nov2019 - wireless network generation standards, the baselines are defined by an industry organization called the 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project), which, as its name suggests, was first put together to help define worldwide standards for 3G cellular networks 20 years ago. The 3GPP creates what are called Release Documents every few years that define some of the core capabilities of next generation wireless networks. The current release document is called Release 15, and it came out in June 2019 with many important new advances, including the full definition of the 5G NR (New Radio) standard, which forms the foundation of 5G service. 5G NR is the protocol used to send and receive wireless signals from devices like smartphones to the cellular network infrastructure (i.e., cell towers).
Makers of 5G are China's Huawei and from Nordica Regiob Ericckson and Nokia
Companies that purchase and install the network infrastructure equipment are the very well-known telco  carriers—the AT&T’s, Verizon’s, T-Mobile’s and Sprint’s of the world. Most carriers (sometimes also called operators or service providers) are very regional and only operate in a few countries. Many of them outside the US are owned and/or run by their country’s governments, including the big three in China: China Telecom, China Mobile, and China Unicom. The carriers, of course, are also the companies that create the wireless plans and other services we use and subscribe to. One important thing to note is that carriers all think differently from one another and often prioritize certain technologies or capabilities (and subsequently price them) in very different ways. For example, the Chinese telecom companies have been deploying 5G networks faster than anywhere else in the world, because they see it as a key long-term economic and technological advantage for the entire country.

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Operators will shift toward small-cell solutions to satisfy urban capacity

In rural and suburban areas, as well as along roadways, operators can handle increased traffic simply by densifying existing networks with macro sites. In many highly populated urban areas, by contrast, they’ll need to rely on small-cell solutions for two reasons: a higher concentration of traffic, as measured by traffic load per square kilometer, and the use of higher spectrum bands (greater than 3 gigahertz).

In one recent analysis of a European city, we found that that sites with traffic density above 0.5 petabyte per square kilometer per year had a cell radius of less than 200 meters, necessitating small-cell solutions. Many other major cities or urban neighborhoods, including Kowloon, Manhattan, and Helsinki, have similar density, and others will be in that situation by about 2020 (Exhibit 3). Many major cities will be at 1 or 2 petabytes per square kilometer by 2025.

We're proud to say that communication service providers all around the world have chosen to deploy 5G using our leading network technology. So far we have ...
4 days ago - According to China Daily, the contracts with Ericsson and Nokia demonstrate the China's “open attitude to all international players” when ...
Sep 8, 2019 - Unlike other trade shows such as Mobile World Congress, though, IFA's 5G focus wasn't on super high-end, expensive 5G phones (well, aside ...
Sep 3, 2019 - Huawei has scored more than 50 commercial 5G contracts globally as the Chinese technology giant continues to strike deals with carriers ...

Aug 20, 2019 - China Unicom recently said in a press conference its 5G data packages will cost a minimum of 190 yuan ($28.3), Beijing Daily reported on ...

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Hello next 3 weeks see3 big events for transforming education - if anyone is going and able to share what happens would love to know either through thiis facebook or email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - 1 wise qatar votes for its 8th global laureate from nov 19 https://www.wise-qatar.org/wise-2019/ w1st laureate was bangladesh womens fazle abed brac - w7th was patrick founder of ghana's new university- then nov 22 dhaka ban ki-moon commencement speech launches brac uni 2.0 as the most cooperative girls sdg uni- and on dec 2 hong kongs co-founder of tencent celebrates the yidan laureate https://summit.yidanprize.org/ hong kong has always inspired me as the east's freest entrepreneurial city so will be there nov 28- dec 2 welcome a drink with anyone with happy ideas on futures of youth www.economistfuture.com

Saturday, November 9, 2019

If you don't get Bloomberg special series on this and would like me to relay it for private use please say
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BLOOMBERG TURNING POINTS NEWSLETTER/11/9
IF the U.S. is serious about meeting the challenge from China, it should really be focused on is science and technology.
A new report out this week by the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, chaired by former Google chairman (and New Economy Forum delegate) Eric Schmidt , should be a wake-up call to anybody who believes that a trade deal will level the playing field between the U.S. and China. The competition has only just begun.
And in the domain of artificial intelligence, the digital wellspring of America’s future prosperity and national security, China is winning.
Consider these findings from the report:
  • From 1991 to 2015, China’s spending on AI increased 30 times while U.S. outlays grew only marginally. A decade from now, China will outspend the U.S. in absolute terms.
  • America’s leadership in AI research is shrinking. Next year, Chinese scientists will overtake Americans in the most-cited 10% of AI academic papers.
  • The global reach and sophistication of China’s AI giants, including Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, may soon overtake their American counterparts, giving China even more data to dominate the technology.
To be clear, America still dominates the field; U.S. universities train the top AI minds. But the U.S. is throwing away the key sources of its advantage. “We are beginning to see troublesome signs that America’s ability to attract and keep the top global talent may be weakening,” the report says.
Restricting visas for Chinese scientists is an extraordinary folly, as is a desire among China hawks in Washington for a broad technological decoupling, which will rob U.S. tech companies of the revenues they need to fund research and stay ahead.
The core issue here is the collapse of trust between the U.S. and China. But as the report notes, that shouldn’t prevent them from collaborating on AI applications that are manifestly good for humanity, such as disaster relief or finding a cure for cancer. As it happens, the New Economy Forum in Beijing later this month will launch an initiative along these lines. 
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“Co-opetition” or confrontation?

An op-ed by the prominent Chinese politician and diplomat Fu Ying, also a New Economy Forum delegate, proposes three scenarios for U.S.-China relations. First: “co-opetition,” a mix of cooperation and benign competition. Second: full confrontation. Third: drift.
Notably absent from Fu’s analysis is any recognition whatsoever that China may be partly to blame for the plunge in U.S.-China ties. According to this line of thinking, China pursues peace, America wages wars; China seeks global partnerships, America chases hegemony.
A similar tone imbued a key Communist party meeting that wrapped up last week. One of its main messages was that, while China is committed to opening its markets wider to foreign companies, President Xi Jinping intends to double down on state control. His plans for a “new national system for making breakthroughs in core technologies under socialist market economy conditions” sound a lot like the old Made in China 2025 blueprint for Chinese technological supremacy.
Trump’s proposed mini-trade deal won’t affect the trajectory of Chinese industrial policy one bit. Between “co-opetition,” confrontation and drift, we should be hoping for the first outcome, but preparing for the second.

Monday, November 4, 2019

GAMES of worldrecordjobs and economistuniversity.com asks
EconomistHealth.com how do you value future of health services?
 -study WRJ Fazle Abed with staff James Grant School of public health, Paul Farmer  1 2, Leana Wen  Bloomberg Health student networks- you tell us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

EconomistGreen.com - how can help Greta and her generation male planet earth sustainable for the next 10 billion children
EconomistArts.com how can restore celebration of arts to every community and every fashion garment worker as well as the world's superstars- guides include Japanese-global team producing musicforsdgs.com  MaOlympics.com and searchers at universityofstars.tv sice 2004 launch Indira Gandhi Center

which are the top 20 peoples economics co-blogs you can help us map
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BRAC’s Play Labs, created by Sir Fazle Hasan ABED KCMG and his team, allow the most vulnerable children to access quality and affordable Early Childhood Education. The Play Lab project employs a unique model that promotes early years’ learning for socio-economically challenged children as young as three to five years of age, using play activities as a learning tool. Watch the video below to find out what the FIVE COMPONENTS of the project are. hashtagYidanPrize hashtagYidanPrizeLaureates hashtagYidanPrizeSummit hashtagbrac hashtagPlaylab with BRAC
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