Friday, September 11, 2020

 search for 100 new uni coalition's - a lives matter's co-production by 7.5 billion humans

if you or your child could learn from one person in the last 75 years who would it be? what if 100 universities around zoom and real worlds linked in free lessons from every hero of improving the human lot?

from 2007 to 2018 i visited bangladesh 15 times- my father had first surveyed how valuing asian girls fully mattered in 1977 - economist survey rural keynesianism 

dad's cancer had entered a terminal state in 2007 so he wanted to make sure the most exciting story he had ever observed was shared with millennial student journalists for humanity

he left a small legacy so glasgow un could start up a journal updating girls who nation build  by ending poverty across asia- after the first 5 groups of students visits to bangladesh i discovered sir fazle abed as in the middle of 50 years of designing end poverty partnerships empowering women to lead as productive and happy lives as men; that news cheered up father but he died a week later; the japanese embassy in dhaka kindly asked how could they organise a remembrance dinner dialogue in memory of dad; i asked if they could invite fazle abed as guest of honor-


 i was to be doubly surprised- instead of one event japan hosted two- and instead of both roundtables clarifying his best 40 years of solutions to ending poverty- he explained why he wanted new university coalitions to be his legacy- it turned outh this was the third of 3 conversations since 1972 that had been demanded both by half a billion chinese girls mentors and 50 million bangladeshi girls- the poorest women villagers in both nations had needed to microfranchise similar solution- bottom up medics to raise life expectancy and their empowering supporters eg james grant, borlaug rice science to end famine, community resiliency training so that disaster relief was action networked bottom up not just triciling finance top down 

but now in this third conversation the same chinese leaders who had ensured rural keynesianism was a core curriculum across china wanted advice on ending the middle income trap- you will need a new colation university per every 40 million people and once you have divesre enough locations you need to trust well motvated youth to humanise ai in ways that go beyond the ability of goverment alose to master.

examples of chinese diaspora led new universities

the first in the world is singapore

the origin inside china is tsinghua started with the bequest by roosevelt and updated from 2012 onwards as the schwartzman triangular coalition of tsinghua-mit boston-oxford

every leading city in china will need one university to surround itself with ai education startups- benchmark how that is done in hong kong as well as singapore

use occassions when asia hosts the olympics to linkin new economics of soports - unlike ameican universities which have designed the value of sports to be owned by elders make sure the rightkind of asian sporting heroines are core to the future of sports valuechains - mimic how world class sportspeople experientially learn outside the classroom with both coding as an experiential skill as community service learning

do all this and youth dreams will turn into the colective reality the whole chinese nation wants- leverage that special mment in time when ecvery family tree is led because of your one child party by its twentysomethings as the first generation linked by awareness of what hg wells meant by civilisation is a race betwen education and catastrophe

the search distributing new uni across usa

arizona state- vions of crow and former intel ceo craig barrett

mit renewed in boston ecosystem and worldwide by schwarzman and other billionaires eg japans softbank mas son hong komng's li ka shing ny investment funder ray gallo- note why ex google ceo said billionaires now have a new model -who wouldnt want to do a schwartzman

some kind of change to arts and sports coleges that could emerge from kobe.mba, botstein bard and sorosUN  linking a uni in each of the 4 un hubs ny geneva vienna bangkok with girls sdg unis like brac

wherever alumni of dual language schools likin including american international schools in franciscan cities eg barcelona, rome and as it happens francis j attached to the french mission to new york


before we extend the maps for new unis - do you agree- 2020 is like no year in living memory

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2020 is a year like no other in living memory. nature demands that every grandparent and parent helps mediate a global village debate- do we understand what technology and natural gravities spun around humans in the last 75 years?. its not just the worldwide conversation that matters. machines dont have emotional intelligence - we humans do. by this i mean human organisations let alone worldwide network connectivity can be mobilised by one of two opposite forces:

love, hope, communal faith, courage to change, trust..

hate, personal despair., badwill, bullying and cowardice, distrust

so we need to dare to see virus lockdowns as a chance like no other- can we mount a  positive exploration of our species future history needs to actionably change education systems - the way intergenerational change advances the human lot sustainably , as if lives matter everywhere- in september its the 75th anniversary of debating how is the uniting on nations doing- there are hundres of zoom events to select positive educational sources for lifelong learners and doers of all ages www.economistun.com

in his 1990s autobiography of microsoft as the first technology company to linkin borderless change at personal computing levels, gates observes much less change happens in 3 years than we plan for, much mpore change spirals in 7 years. to those responsible for valuation decisions this means systems have exponential consequences. consider how risky it is for a nation;s future to be designed round 4 year political arguments wherever gates exponential dynamic is the real metric. in asking what happened in the last 75 years we are going to map 15 year period - that squares the opportunities and risks wherever legislators are behaving like king canute- instead of helping their people leapfrog ahead of humanising machines they have the folie grandeur to order nature to stop her waves

please note in selecting out what happened in the last 75 years we use journalist notes from this whole time period. they stemmed  from the experince of a bot ofwhose father was in britains dilpomatic service stationed instalin's  moscow 1932 and the last red sea port jews used to escape hitler- this young man my father norman macrae spent his last days as a teenafer navigating planes in raf bomber command over modernday myanmar/bangladesh then burma/east india. surviving the war the young man was in the last class taught by keynes at cambridge, married the daugher of sir kennet kemp whose 25 years of mediation with gandhi led to sur ken's last job : writing upnthe legalese of india'sindepenced. over the 40 years from 1948 to 1988 norman shared his diaries as leaders in the economist. it wasnt until his 14th year that he was permiited to sign one annual survey. he chose two futuristic stories in his surveys - loving each others children- his forst survey consoder japan reviewd how well his wartime enemy were doing in cp-creating peaceful trade as well as smart futures for youth; norman was also adopting peter druckers idea: the future for beeter or worse is always accelarting somewhere- how could a global viewspaper celebrate coomon sense gragitated around the parental desire to see kids have better chances at life and livelihoods

please note exploratory curiosity not examination certitude is needed to translate the future history of 3 living generations- deeply different cultural interpreations need to be celebrated; asnd as noted the 20th century was note a time when all places had equal opportunities to entrpreneur though thats what the start od 21st c needed to map before humans designed systems on the same global coonectivity scale as nature

-see astronaur ron garans hinsight lesson, or yhe remarkable presience of bbc broadcastings david attenborogh 1960-2020

 1945-1960 nations met at san francisco to unite- it was agreed humans needed to better than world wars culminating from the empires - particularly brutannia's which ha dimated the first 18 decades of man and machines that had started up from glasgow u's adam smith and james watt- mainly amerucans came up with 5 huge innovation opportunities

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1960-1975

jfk's moon race spread hope all over the world- and although  its mission was successful his assassination was accompanied by all sorts of sadnesses inside usa- assasinatins of black leades as wll as the kennedies, the fear spread by soviets in cuba, america's forst war abrad without a clear success vietnal, the rise of television featuring scary news and addictive claims geared to messing with personal self-cofidence- ironically american decision makers increasing ignored the vllage and engibeering solutions- whereas the far east led by japan but spreading fast saw these as the opportunity to advance lives of the two thords of humans who were asian and had suffered most from the colonial wera and the englisg top down mindset