qatar/bloomberg june -7.5 bn update: humansAI
bloomberguni.com :: QATAR EMIR 2020s: DECADE OF NOBODY'S SAFE UNTIL EVERYONE'S SAFE:
who wants to lead billion (TWI) humans updates of sustainability? . humanity's last chance year, 2021 june update on state of world's interdependence of humans and nature, of bankers and the global professions societies gave monopolies to do no harm with 1
BQ1 Bloomberg-hello everyone and welcome to the inaugural Qatar Economic Forum- now we may be joining virtually today but this forum is anchored in Doha; over the next three days you'll hear about a wide array of global economic issues and the challenges and opportunities they present our accomplished speakers- from heads of state to business and policy leaders - urgent discussions evolving technologies, education, culture, sustainability and the impact on the economy. through it all the conversations will be moderated by bloomberg anchors and editors from financial centers across the world..as many countries emerge from the pandemic and others continue to struggle with their public health and economic consequences this is a critical moment so i hope you can get a lot out of the forum..and i wish you all the best and now i'd like to welcome His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani : The Emir of Qatar bq2
Parallel education reference: Hunicorn 5.6 -turn last chance summits into students 2021-2-sdg decade into action module of collab of 100 sdg universities- learning curve since 2002 bangladesh Abed open University of sdgs
the Emir of Qatar and Bloomberg MERIT 7.5 billion humans' thanks- here are 10 modular reasons why you're not uptodate with sustainability unless you linkin listening and henceforth your actions to this week's zoom-dash survey firstname.lastname@example.org : do your 10 leaps forward futureoflife vary from mine?
lexicon from fazle abed new university collab- consciously opposite to unicorns capitalists, you all are invited to celebrate 30 hunicorns 5/6-1.1 mapping 50 years of how billion women empowerment networks became too valuable in advancing humanity sdgs to need either exiting investors or quarrelsome political parties
2021 is a triple gifting year of qatar to millennials - in december don't miss out on the qatar educator forum - aka wise started in 2011 around alumni of fazle abed- 2021's edition faces education revolution of 1 qatar unmute education and how/why only schools can share hi-trust covid intel second to none - also dont miss opportunities to bridge qatar with once in a decade AIforSDG entrepreneur summits celebrated in conjunction with uae expo -aditionally the first lady of qatar is one of the top 15 global sdg advocates and through her celebration of global health and education laureates triangularise what a billion women call the deepest social-economic system W_SHELF (women building nations foundations round communitiy Safely Health Edu Leadership Finance - turning to middle east and africa futures
bq152 click to uk statesman GB who inspires youth most by being un's global edu envoy:- african foci bq21A roy bq215 ibrahim bq216 dangote nigeria; bq211 ramaphosa s.africa bq 212 kagame rwanda bq213 senegal
GB firestarter - actions needed?; schedule 2 quads millennials need 2021 to stream - befitting era of borderless lifelong education of machines and humans in line with von neumanns 4th and climactic industrial revolution -some call exponentials singularity- if year 21-22 is younger half of world last chance to leap forward as first sd generation then linkin (legends used below comply with mapping coordinates of sdg systems of knowledge sharing at economistdiary.com and economistun.com ) during the first year of sdgs 2015-16, those most inspired by the bridge between valuing sdgs and browns global-edu networks clarified that ai for teachers of 3rd grade up would be a core determinant if preventing extinction- put another way national and global education professions needed to understand connections between developing human and machine intel as well as triangularising blend of classroom, digital, community service -more at www.economistai.com
which of bloomberg alumni help you with 65 years of studying the world's biggest maths mistake -thanks to von neumann we have billions times more tech than needed to code landing on moon -moore than enough to sustain nature at every gps and human app on earth- the fact that bloomberg/kerry et al call 2021 humanity's last best chance means we are all suffering exponentially from world's biggest maths mistake-
good news for millennials and anyone responsible for their development is we have all the tech 7.5 billion people need to celebrate them being rhe first sdg generation-
bad news is the west doesnt have the maths/metrics; in fact every numbers professions mediated by the west is compounding the greatest risk society originally gave that profession a monoply to protect us on -those who understood von neumann's legacy when he died in 1957 - not just cleaning up nuclear or fathering the programable computer but 100 times more tech every decade and his last lecture series at yale clarifying how human and machine brains are coded- our intergeneration clue list on worlds biggest maths error 2025-1957 appears at valuetrue.com and 2025 report.com with support of economist journalists from 1948-1990
module 7 truth media on covid intel for/by 7.5 billion - reeta roy dialogue why mastercard foundation granted billion dollars to vaccinate africa --
we peoples need to know on covid -nobody's safe to everyone's safe - qeforum offers focus on regions english speaking broadcasters cover least but which are pivotal to world trade around the middle east - see videos of The Emir , abed-friend 3.3 reeta roy's billion dollar fund for africa vaccines, south africa head of states experience with j&j, astra, -calls for ambitious collaboration around vaccine as global public good, post covid harmony of trade and cultural respect, and transfomative climate related actions and more - seconded by heads of state of bangladesh, rwanda ... - accessibility note- videos on-demand to late july -if you massively-actively need transcript i'll see if i can get one
6 more qatar-bloom intel updates coming soon including how did 20 bloomberg journalists get married up with 20 qatar ministries of the future; is it possible that the same journalists could be twinned with questioning bidens misisters of state in a way that viralised across american public opinion?
and which of the world's biggest investment fund managers completed the consequences game- with what the world did next
questions - better links- teaching modules based on this summit or its consequences or quads? email@example.com wash dc from hatred's biggest capital to something better
next zoom event to change world of sdg learninq educommision asia 21q2.1
Using AIEd to bridge the educational gap in education exacerbated by COVID-19
- Chief of the Unit for Technology and AI in Education at UNESCO
David Garza is the president of the Monterrey Institute of Technology, a prestigious private university in Mexico. David Garza has held leadership positions at Monterey Tech for 35 years, including as president of the Monterey campus, director of the San Luis Potosi campus, and dean of the College of Engineering. He has played a key role in leading academic innovation initiatives at the university, most recently leading the design and implementation of the Tech21 education model across 26 campuses and 6 schools.
He also oversees the University of Tecmilenio with 33 campuses and nearly 60,000 students, two academic medical centers and TecSalud, a health system that more than 75,000 patients encounter each year.
He is the past president of APRU's Steering Committee, the President's Council of People's Universities, the World Economic Forum and the Edison Alliance Advisory Council of Citivanamex. Dr. Garza has served on conference committees and national and international committees in industry and academic societies. He has been a speaker at events in over 20 countries. He is the author of several articles and has worked as a consultant on various business projects. He received his bachelor's degree in computer science from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and his doctorate in the same field from Colorado State University.
- President of Arizona State University
- Michael Crowe is president of Arizona State University. Prior to taking office, as Vice-Chancellor of Columbia University, he founded Columbia Technology Ventures, which incorporated the university's intellectual property rights. In addition, he was involved in the establishment and initial funding of 'In-Q-Tel', a venture investment organization of the CIA, the US Central Intelligence Agency, and is currently serving as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of In-Q-Tel.
- Since his election as president of Arizona State University, he has been actively promoting the redesign of public research universities by developing a new American university model. Under his leadership over the past decade, Arizona State University has comprehensively realized a reconceptualization based on the new American university model, and as a result, has emerged as a world-class academic research university.
- Arizona State University has been rated as America's best innovative university for six years.
Hyung-Joo Park has been the president of Ajou University since February 2018. In 1986, he received his BA in Physics from Seoul National University and his PhD in Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to joining Ajou University, he served as a professor at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), and served as the head of the National Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Korea. He also served as the organizer of the International Congress of Mathematicians in 2014.
- Chief Officer of Equity in Learning at Riiid
- Jim Larimore is the Chief Officer for Equity in Learning at Riiid Labs, where he leads strategy, programs and partnerships to leverage Riiid’s strengths in Artificial Intelligence (AI) to close gaps in educational opportunity, achievement and student success.
- Jim previously led ACT’s Center for Equity in Learning, served as deputy director for student success at the Gates Foundation, and has been a student affairs leader at campuses including Stanford, Dartmouth, Swarthmore, and NYU Abu Dhabi. Jim has served on the Gates Millennium Scholars Advisory Council, the Stanford Alumni Association Board of Directors, the International Student Affairs Advisory Board for the Universidad de Monterrey in the State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and the Advisory Board of the Hope Center for College, Community and Justice.
- He currently serves on the advisory councils of the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions, the Center for Postsecondary Readiness and Success at American University, the EdTech Advisory Council of the Educating All Learners Alliance, and the Dean’s Advisory Council at the University of Iowa’s College of Education. Jim also serves on the Stanford Associates Board of Governors, and on the Board of Directors of the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity, which is based in Austin, and the NROC Project, based in Monterey, California, which works with educational organizations to promote student success in math and English at scale.
Using AIEd to bridge the educational gap in education exacerbated by COVID-19
High-Touch High-Tech (HTHT) education, as the name suggests, has two different elements and goals. High Tech refers to the use of cutting-edge technology, particularly customized education technology using artificial intelligence in education (AIEd). These technologies provide diagnostic technology that confirms the student's existing knowledge and educational content appropriate for the diagnosis. Therefore, students can arouse interest in education by learning at their own level and pace. Teaching and learning at the right level (student level) is the most cost-effective way to promote education, according to experts and policy makers at the 2020 Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel.
A direct complement to the High Tech element is the High Touch element provided by teachers. Using continuously updated software-provided data, teachers can tailor instruction to each student. In addition, with the help of High Tech, teachers can have more time to lead active, interactive and collaborative learning experiences, such as project-based learning that fosters higher-order skills. Closer communication and interaction between teachers and students, and between students and students, develops essential and valuable social-emotional skills in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The HTHT 2021 Conference (HTHT 2021) provides a venue for various members of the HTHT ecosystem to gather together and collaboratively deliberate on how to use AIEd to address the education gap aggravated by COVID-19. In particular, the active participation of edtech companies and educational institutions provides a unique opportunity for leaders of HTHT education and edtech innovators to understand each other more deeply. Recognizing that a strong policy and regulatory environment, along with strong civil society support, is essential to match supply and demand for HTHT education innovation, this conference aims to include the perspectives of policy makers, NGOs, and related experts as well. do. Based on this, HTHT 2021 has the following specific goals.
• Forming a forum for dialogue and exchange at home and abroad, highlighting lessons learned from experiences through innovation in AIEd and HTHT education
• Improve communication between educational institutions and ed-tech companies so that the needs of educational institutions are more appropriately reflected in the products, services and agendas of ed-tech companies
• Fostering partnerships at different aspects, levels and dimensions of the ecosystem, including education and edtech, public and private, regional and global.
• Achieving consensus among the various members of the HTHT ecosystem on the conceptualization and introduction of innovative HTHT approaches
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