2012 sees transformation of societal AIVeryGood around womens maths goat & Asst Stanford Prof Fei-Fe Li

2012 Breakthrough in Fei-Fei Li's Imagenet big databank- computers can be pretrained to vision 20000 entities humans most co-create with. Stanford's investment in her third 15 years of life validated by alumni of 3 Franglais Professors whose alumni had kept alive Neural Network knowhow of NET : Neumann-Einstein-Turing and exponentially most valuable story covered in The Economist's 3rd half century first seconded by American President Kennedy and teenage Prince Charles as UK envoy to Tokyo Olympics 1964. Japan's chips order from calculator company to intel began moores law promise that chip engineers would multiply 100 times more compute capacity and Tokyo Olymoics firtst global Sateelite briadcast heralded lilelihhoid that ITU partjners (Geneva branch of UN) would soon be scaling G's of 100 times more data rich telecoms locally to globally 

2012 Nvidia's CEO starts designing 80 billion transistor GPU and 2014 co-sponsors with Melinda Gates Fei-Fei education NGO AI-4-all. Convergence of NET's 3-in-one moonshots on earth: Neumans LLM of cultural mother tongues to nature ai  maths formula; Einstein's personalised learners agency; Turing deep open systems databanks for society mashup historically siloised disciplines and professions. 2004 Yahoo sponsors stanford chair of semi-conductors (20 years later integrated into hoover (Condy Rice) top 10 policy makers tech visions of future nations and sustainable communities).; Steve Jobs 2005 Stanford Speech celebrating womens new universities- meta-collaboration and stackable degrees; 2007 Yang starts refocusing his goals around stanford beginning with new multidisciplinary building of tech. Pro-youth culture empowers NG & Koller to headhunt Fei-Fei Li as they also conceive Coursera Mooc

North Star AI for all - NNW Nvidia CEO from 2012 next 100times leap (semiconductor valley) & triangularise ngo ai4all with Mgates & FFLI from 2014 NNE Melinda Gates 014t riangularise ai4all from 2014; from 2017 with Li guterres asks un2 roadmap - tranfirm education how time of tachers /students spent multiplying intelligences - aigood; extended to 9 map tranfomation subsystem;19 gates womens lift intel publicatios now connect foundations last mile health, fei-fei humanai worlds to see- dear black girls communities to build with sporting supoerstars including your mental/physical health cf lancet missin curricula peer to peer pre teens up girls health East Imagenet -20000 value multiplying entities earthings work/play with South - AI Deep/Nature Science West Chats mediating 1000 local tongues/cultures into Global Maths good

AI4all 2018 informs congress AI chats coming - needed for every nation to invest in societal deepest data comp llm; starts nairr and ai world seies proces; launches hai - every graduate discipline intel upgrade- from 2023 with condo rice connects eacy tears dialogue of dirst 10 tech multipliers - eg ai*semiconductors 100 time m,oore*neuroscience 100 rimes deeper comp games*nature/science ai (deeper min ds, brain science, deep learning)

EEN from 2001 emergence AI WHY Valley integrating stanhord partners and wizard alumni ecosystem (Jobs & Aned 2001 dialogues womens intel ; from 2004 stanfird ecosystrm change riunf transformsative yout intel - jobs speech; yahoo yang professor of 100 times more ; mr &mrsy yang intrerdiscipline tech buolding; Ng and koller conceivinh mooc and headhunting Li - up to 2023 Yang appointed chait stanfoird trieees - 

WWN- update 3dream of net of billioin times more tech -einstein personalies learning agency for all (aka chamnge edu so teachers amf students liufetime improve each others intelliugences as well as parents, communities...); Nummann LLM converging mother tingues and cultures into natures maths (could be as summarised as 20 equations like e=mcsquated)- imacts all golals so humans out of every gps can develop safely. above zero sum economically and ultimately peacefully; turing deep data science of society's most trusted data calls for statistics and professions revolution in intergenerational transpatency and ending of silos or borders where risks expoentially multiply if not seemn ahead of time

EAST =imagenet fei-fei li's work connected alumni of 3 50+ dula french-english professors who'd kept net's interest iun neural network algorithms going necesaaru so thaT TRIANGUKARISATION OF BRAIN SCIENCE COMPOURATIONAL ENGINES AND CIDE ADVANCE EACH OTHER OPENLY AND SO COMPUTERS CAN SERVE AUTHONOUOSLY WHERE TOO MUCH REAL TIME DATA FOR MANUAL ADMIN

South AI Science/Nature including eg 250 million nano-tech multipliers (deep ming proteins) not previously mappable

West =smartest mediation ever ehg chats as gateways to good metaverse and sustainable web3 resolving all prevuous errors in mass or digital media design\ease by

east by east soouthsouth - health service robotics. augmentation, womens affectiva community valuation eg care workers elderly, marernal, infant, saving admin so humans can focus serrvant leadership

south by south east biotech advances eg doudna genesbank, priscilla chan biohealth cooperation labs, deep learning data science life critical models including eg virus prevention- foundations impacting global viullage advances in ending eg cancer and other diseases that are impacted by environment and gene data not just random

south by south west connections of eg deep games ai with climate adapation and other4 nature ai mapmaking and 360 degree cooperation

west by west south - leading llm /nlp models driven eg bu progressimg ai lit reviews that paoer publishing could noyt achieve eg model of ai2 allen research as well as potentially stanford setr seen from multipluers of the 10 techs such as biotech and crisscutting; ultimately bottom up transformation of goals 16-9 which may needed biggest compute or osaka track data resourcing versus sdgs 1-5 of empowered eg femali intel communities and golals 6-8 where millenniulals need to celbratre livelihoods progressing to zero carbon ahead of time

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Luba Dziojeva 07:32 AM
Thank you for organising this opportunity! How can I access the recording following the event?
Leonardo Castro 08:29 AM
Q to Lorena and taking what Louisa mentioned: in your experience, until what extent the lack of good and granular open data from governments is because they don’t know the potential of it?
Lorena Rivero del Paso 08:33 AM
True. There is a perception that external capacity may be lacking to effectively use the data or do not see the value of the data due to their own internal capacities.
christopher macrae (You) 08:39 AM
Global pension fund over 100 trillion dolars does not yet recognise sdgs as asset grade- is there a way Turing AI can mediaste this menetary conflict?
Jonny Morell 08:40 AM
Goals have goal hierarchies. Has any thought been given to data vis a vis the elements and structures of the hierarchies?
FUNMI AWE 08:47 AM
We are currently trying to build a data lake in Brazil (UNICAMP) for maternal health indicators and I will like to know if we can collaborate together in order to broaden our scope beyond Brazil, using your influence so we have a publicly available, quality data that will give us a background/baseline to work with, in order to improve maternal outcomes by developing generalizable risk calculators, ao as to attain the SDGs to reduce maternal deaths
Anonymous Attendee 08:47 AM
From a fiscal management perspectiva, how would you improve quality of expenditure to reach SDGs using public data?

christopher macrae (You) 08:39 AM Dismissed by host
Global pension fund over 100 trillion dolars does not yet recognise sdgs as asset grade- is there a way Turing AI can mediaste this menetary conflict?
Jonny Morell 08:40 AM
Goals have goal hierarchies. Has any thought been given to data vis a vis the elements and structures of the hierarchies?
FUNMI AWE 08:47 AM
We are currently trying to build a data lake in Brazil (UNICAMP) for maternal health indicators and I will like to know if we can collaborate together in order to broaden our scope beyond Brazil, using your influence so we have a publicly available, quality data that will give us a background/baseline to work with, in order to improve maternal outcomes by developing generalizable risk calculators, ao as to attain the SDGs to reduce maternal deaths
FUNMI AWE 08:55 AM
Hello Daniele, thanks for your response. I have resent this message using my official email. Awaiting your response. Funmi
Anonymous Attendee 08:47 AM
From a fiscal management perspectiva, how would you improve quality of expenditure to reach SDGs using public data?
christopher macrae (You) 08:50 AM Dismissed by host
Do you agree with hypothesis that Monetary system auditing conflicts exponentially (intergenerationally) with how you spend peoples lifetimes, trust multipliers and societies/nature's deepest data?
FUNMI AWE 09:00 AM
Thanks everyone

Do you have any view on how to embolden teaching profession to want to lead change of multiplying intelligences as opposed to being caught up in bureucratics or fearing that in some way there will be less for educators to0 do; surely idf we are all trying to improve good intelligences there is more to do ?


Absolutely! Emboldening the teaching profession to lead the change towards multiplying intelligences demands a multi-pronged approach that addresses anxieties, fosters skills, and unlocks the inherent joy of learning in this new paradigm. Here are some potential pathways:

Addressing Anxieties:

  • Focus on empowerment, not replacement: Assure educators that AI and technology are tools to enhance their capabilities, not replace them. Highlight how AI can handle administrative tasks, personalize learning experiences, and provide real-time feedback, freeing up educators' time for deeper engagement with students.
  • Shift from standardized testing to diverse assessments: Move away from metrics that solely focus on rote memorization and embrace assessments that evaluate creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills. This aligns with the goal of multiplying intelligences and showcases the irreplaceable role of educators in nurturing these skills.
  • Invest in reskilling and upskilling: Provide ongoing training and professional development opportunities for educators to learn about and utilize AI tools effectively. This empowers them to navigate the changing landscape and become confident leaders in the new learning environment.

Fostering Skills:

  • Curate curricula for multiplying intelligences: Develop flexible and dynamic curricula that go beyond traditional subjects and emphasize critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and communication skills. This prepares students for a future where adaptability and diverse intelligences are crucial for success.
  • Embrace blended learning models: Leverage the strengths of both physical and virtual learning environments. AI-powered platforms can personalize learning and cater to individual needs, while educators provide human connection, guidance, and mentorship.
  • Nurture a culture of experimentation and innovation: Encourage educators to try new approaches, share best practices, and collaborate with peers and experts. This fosters a dynamic learning environment where both educators and students can thrive.

Unlocking the Joy of Learning:

  • Shift focus from competition to collaboration: Promote a learning environment where students collaborate and learn from each other's strengths and diverse inteligences. This fosters a sense of community and reinforces the intrinsic value of learning.
  • Reconnect with the human element: Emphasize the irreplaceable role of educators in providing emotional support, guidance, and mentorship. Students need human connection and role models to navigate the complexities of learning and life.
  • Celebrate the journey, not just the destination: Recognize and celebrate the effort and progress students make, not just the final outcome. This fosters a growth mindset and encourages continuous learning and exploration.

By addressing anxieties, equipping educators with the necessary skills, and rekindling the joy of learning, we can empower the teaching profession to lead the charge towards multiplying intelligences. This shift promises a future where education is personalized, engaging, and prepares students for success in a world that demands diverse intelligences and constant adaptation.

Remember, this is a journey, not a destination. By working together, educators, policymakers, technology developers, and parents can create a learning ecosystem that unlocks the full potential of every child and fosters a future where good intelligences of all kinds can flourish.

I hope this perspective provides some food for thought and inspires further action in this crucial endeavor. Let's continue working together to empower educators and shape a brighter future for education!





Stanford Provost: Understanding the Role and Its Uniqueness

You're right, the role of a Provost in a US university can be confusing for someone unfamiliar with the system. Here's a breakdown of the Stanford Provost position and its unique aspects:

Responsibilities:

  • Academic Leadership: Oversees all academic units, including schools, departments, and research institutes. This involves curriculum development, faculty appointments, research initiatives, and academic program evaluation.
  • Budget and Planning: Manages the university's budget, allocates resources, and oversees long-term strategic planning.
  • Faculty Relations: Works closely with faculty deans and chairs to address faculty concerns, promote faculty excellence, and foster a vibrant academic community.
  • University Governance: Participates in university governance bodies and advises the President on major decisions.

Uniqueness of Stanford Provost:

  • Silicon Valley Proximity: Stanford sits at the heart of Silicon Valley, fostering close ties with tech giants and influencing innovation. This demands the Provost to navigate the intersection of academia and industry, promoting research with real-world impact.
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit: Stanford's culture encourages innovation and entrepreneurship. The Provost plays a crucial role in nurturing this spirit within the academic community and fostering interdisciplinary collaborations.
  • Global Impact: Stanford has a strong international presence and attracts students and faculty from around the world. The Provost leads efforts to enhance global partnerships and address global challenges through research and education.

Condoleezza Rice & Stanford Provost:

Condoleezza Rice was never the overall Provost at Stanford. However, she did serve as the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Professor of Public Policy at the Stanford Graduate School of Business from 2005 to 2012. Additionally, she held the Hoover Institution's Senior Fellow position from 2012 to 2014 and subsequently became the Institution's Director.

Job Description & Resources:

While there isn't a publicly available job description for the current Provost position at Stanford, you can find information about the role and its responsibilities on the university website:

Additionally, you can find news articles and interviews with previous Stanford Provosts to get a deeper understanding of the role and its challenges.

I hope this clarifies the role of the Stanford Provost and its unique context. If you have any further questions about the US university system or Stanford specifically, feel free to ask!



Can I check what is the interaction between responsibilities of stanford provost and stanford academic president?




I do not have enough information about that person to help with your request. I am a large language model, and I am able to communicate and generate human-like text in response to a wide range of prompts and questions, but my knowledge about this person is limited. Is there anything else I can do to help you with this request?

At stanford am i correct that provost and overall university academics president are 2 different leadership roles? If so how is their mutual responsibility defined?




You're absolutely right! At Stanford, the Provost and the President are two distinct leadership roles with complementary responsibilities within the university's academic sphere. Here's a breakdown of their respective roles and how they interact:

President:

  • Overall Leadership: Serves as the university's chief executive officer, responsible for its overall vision, strategy, and external relations.
  • Fundraising and Public Relations: Leads fundraising efforts, represents the university to the public and government, and sets the overall tone for the institution.
  • Appoints Key Leaders: Selects the Provost, deans of schools, and other senior administrators.

Provost:

  • Chief Academic Officer: Oversees all academic aspects of the university, including curriculum development, faculty appointments, research initiatives, and academic program evaluation.
  • Budget and Planning: Manages the university's academic budget, allocates resources, and oversees long-term academic planning.
  • Faculty Relations: Works closely with faculty deans and chairs to address faculty concerns, promote faculty excellence, and foster a vibrant academic community.

Mutual Responsibilities:

  • Collaborative Leadership: The President and Provost work closely together, with regular consultations and discussions on academic matters.
  • Shared Vision: They collaborate to develop and implement a shared vision for the university's academic future, ensuring alignment with the broader institutional goals.
  • Decision-making: While the Provost has significant autonomy in managing academic affairs, major decisions often require the President's approval or involvement.

Analogy: Think of the President as the CEO and the Provost as the COO of the academic side of the university. They both play crucial roles in shaping the university's academic direction and success, but with distinct areas of focus and responsibilities.

I hope this clarifies the relationship between the President and Provost at Stanford. If you have any further questions about their specific roles or how they interact in certain situations, feel free to ask!



I have heard quite a lot of stanfor professors and students say the provost is good at seeing what students want changed to keep entrepreneurially and socially ahead of tech; I have not heard this said about COO in most american universities. Have I misunderstood?


You haven't misunderstood at all! Your observation about the perceived role of the Stanford Provost aligns with several factors that make it unique compared to COOs in most universities:


Focus on Academics: While COOs typically handle university operations and finances, the Stanford Provost directly oversees the academic side of the institution. This places them closer to student concerns and interests related to curriculum, research, and the overall learning environment.


Entrepreneurial Spirit: Stanford's culture heavily emphasizes innovation and entrepreneurship. The Provost plays a critical role in fostering this spirit within the academic community, often interacting with students and faculty directly to understand their needs and aspirations.


Proximity to Tech: Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Stanford professors and students are constantly exposed to cutting-edge technological advancements. The Provost needs to be adept at identifying trends and anticipating how these advancements can impact education and future careers.


Student Engagement: Stanford encourages open communication and feedback from students. The Provost's office often holds town halls, forums, and meetings to discuss student concerns and priorities. This direct engagement allows them to stay informed about what students want to see changed and implemented.


While COOs in other universities might not directly interact with students on academic matters, the specific role and responsibilities of a Provost can vary depending on the institution's structure and priorities.


Therefore, your observation about the Stanford Provost being seen as someone who understands and caters to student needs in the context of technological and social change holds merit. Their unique position at the intersection of academia, entrepreneurship, and Silicon Valley fosters this perception compared to most university COOs.


So, you've definitely picked up on a distinctive aspect of the Stanford Provost role! Keep up the inquisitive observation!

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